Katja Räsänen
Katja Räsänen
Dept. of Aquatic Ecology, Eawag/Institute of Integrative Biology, ETH-Z
Verified email at eawag.ch
TitleCited byYear
Maternal effects and evolution at ecological time‐scales
K Räsänen, LEB Kruuk
Functional Ecology 21 (3), 408-421, 2007
3662007
Latitudinal countergradient variation in the common frog (Rana temporaria) development rates – evidence for local adaptation
AT Laugen, A Laurila, K Räsänen, J Merilä
Journal of evolutionary biology 16 (5), 996-1005, 2003
2662003
Disentangling interactions between adaptive divergence and gene flow when ecology drives diversification
K Räsänen, AP Hendry
Ecology letters 11 (6), 624-636, 2008
2652008
Geographic variation in acid stress tolerance of the moor frog, Rana arvalis. I. Local adaptation
KR SäNEN, A Laurila, J Merilä
Evolution 57 (2), 352-362, 2003
1482003
Plasticity in age and size at metamorphosis in Rana temporaria ‐ comparison of high and low latitude populations
J Merilä, A Laurila, AT Laugen, K Räsänen, M Pahkala
Ecography 23 (4), 457-465, 2000
1332000
Maternal investment in egg size: environment-and population-specific effects on offspring performance
K Räsänen, A Laurila, J Merilä
Oecologia 142 (4), 546-553, 2005
1022005
Comparison of nitrate tolerance between different populations of the common frog, Rana temporaria
M Johansson, K Räsänen, J Merilä
Aquatic Toxicology 54 (1-2), 1-14, 2001
962001
Genetic and environmental contributions to the morphology of lake and stream stickleback: implications for gene flow and reproductive isolation
DMT Sharpe, K Räsänen, D Berner, AP Hendry
Evolutionary Ecology Research 10 (6), 849-866, 2008
832008
Physical and biological changes to a lengthening stream gradient following a decade of rapid glacial recession
DS Finn, K Raesaenen, CT Robinson
Global Change Biology 16 (12), 3314-3326, 2010
812010
Adaptive phenotypic plasticity in timing of metamorphosis in the common frog Rana temporaria
J Merilä, A Laurila, M Pahkala, K Räsänen, A Timenes Laugen
Ecoscience 7 (1), 18-24, 2000
772000
Adaptive changes in life history and survival following a new guppy introduction
SP Gordon, DN Reznick, MT Kinnison, MJ Bryant, DJ Weese, K Räsänen, ...
The American Naturalist 174 (1), 34-45, 2009
762009
Geographic variation in acid stress tolerance of the moor frog, Rana arvalis. II. Adaptive maternal effects
KR Sänen, A Laurila, J Merilä
Evolution 57 (2), 363-371, 2003
752003
Genetic divergence in morphology–performance mapping between Misty Lake and inlet stickleback
AP Hendry, K Hudson, JA Walker, K Räsänen, LJ Chapman
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (1), 23-35, 2011
652011
Certainty of paternity and paternal effort in the collared flycatcher
BC Sheldon, K Räsänen, PC Dias
Behavioral Ecology 8 (4), 421-428, 1997
651997
Lethal and sublethal effects of UV‐B/pH synergism on common frog embryos
M Pahkala, K Räsänen, A Laurila, U Johanson, LO Björn, J Merilä
Conservation biology 16 (4), 1063-1073, 2002
602002
Quantitative genetics of larval life-history traits in Rana temporaria in different environmental conditions
AT Laugen, LEB Kruuk, A Laurila, K Räsänen, J Stone, J Merilä
Genetics Research 86 (3), 161-170, 2005
582005
Quantitative genetic inheritance of morphological divergence in a lake–stream stickleback ecotype pair: implications for reproductive isolation
D Berner, R Kaeuffer, AC Grandchamp, JAM Raeymaekers, K Räsänen, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (9), 1975-1983, 2011
502011
Carry‐over effects of embryonic acid conditions on development and growth of Rana temporaria tadpoles
K Räsänen, A Laurila, J Merilä
Freshwater Biology 47 (1), 19-30, 2002
502002
Local Adaptation and Genetics of Acid-Stress Tolerance in the Moor Frog, Rana arvalis
J Merilä, F Söderman, R O'hara, K Räsänen, A Laurila
Conservation Genetics 5 (4), 513-527, 2004
492004
Adaptive divergence in moor frog (Rana arvalis) populations along an acidification gradient: inferences from QST–FST correlations
S Hangartner, A Laurila, K Räsänen
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (3), 867-881, 2012
462012
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