Kai Lindstrom
Kai Lindstrom
Professor of ecology and environmental sciences, Abo Akademi University
Verified email at abo.fi
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How cuckoldry can decrease the opportunity for sexual selection: data and theory from a genetic parentage analysis of the sand goby, Pomatoschistus minutus
AG Jones, DE Walker, C Kvarnemo, K Lindström, JC Avise
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (16), 9151-9156, 2001
1562001
Male-male competition for nest sites in the sand goby, Pomatoschistus minutus
K Lindström
Oikos, 67-73, 1988
1451988
Phenology and causation of nest heating and thermoregulation in red wood ants of the Formica rufa group studied in coniferous forest habitats in southern Finland
R Rosengren, W Fortelius, K Lindström, A Luther
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 147-155, 1987
1431987
Competition versus cooperation: success of individuals foraging alone and in groups
E Ranta, H Rita, K Lindstrom
The American Naturalist 142 (1), 42-58, 1993
1401993
Mode of sexual selection determined by resource abundance in two sand goby populations
E Forsgren, C Kvarnemo, K Lindström
Evolution 50 (2), 646-654, 1996
1391996
Water turbidity by algal blooms causes mating system breakdown in a shallow-water fish, the sand goby Pomatoschistus minutus
M Järvenpää, K Lindström
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1282004
Environmental deterioration compromises socially enforced signals of male quality in three-spined sticklebacks
BBM Wong, U Candolin, K Lindström
The American Naturalist 170 (2), 184-189, 2007
1152007
Size matters when three-spined sticklehacks go to school
E Ranta, K Lindstrom, N Peuhkuri
Animal Behaviour 43, 160-2, 1992
1121992
The effect of resource holding potential, nest size and information about resource quality on the outcome of intruder-owner conflicts in the sand goby
K Lindström
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 30 (1), 53-58, 1992
1091992
Habitat-specific clutch size and cost of incubation in common eiders, Somateria mollissima
M Kilpi, K Lindström
Oecologia 111 (3), 297-301, 1997
1041997
Power to hold sheltering burrows by juveniles of the signal crayfish, Pasifastacus leniusculus
E Ranta, K Lindström
Ethology 92 (3), 217-226, 1992
951992
Assortative schooling in three-spined sticklebacks?
E Ranta, K Lindström
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 67-75, 1990
921990
Sexual selection for male parental care in the sand goby, Pomatoschistus minutus
K Lindström, CM St.Mary, C Pampoulie
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60 (1), 46-51, 2006
892006
Food access, brood size and filial cannibalism in the fantail darter, Etheostoma flabellare
K Lindström, RC Sargent
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40 (2), 107-110, 1997
891997
Male size and parental care in the sand goby, Pomatoschistus minutus
K Lindström, M Hellström
Ethology ecology & evolution 5 (1), 97-106, 1993
861993
Have your cake and eat it too: male sand gobies show more parental care in the presence of female partners
C Pampoulie, K Lindström, CM St. Mary
Behavioral Ecology 15 (2), 199-204, 2004
832004
Female spawning patterns and male mating success in the sand goby Pomatoschistus minutus
K Lindström
Marine Biology 113 (3), 475-480, 1992
811992
Sand goby (Pomatoschistus minutus) males exposed to an endocrine disrupting chemical fail in nest and mate competition
M Saaristo, JA Craft, KK Lehtonen, K Lindström
Hormones and Behavior 56 (3), 315-321, 2009
802009
Effects of resource holding potential and resource value on tenure at nest sites in sand gobies
K Lindström, C Pampoulie
Behavioral Ecology 16 (1), 70-74, 2005
802005
Exposure to 17α-ethinyl estradiol impairs courtship and aggressive behaviour of male sand gobies (Pomatoschistus minutus)
M Saaristo, JA Craft, KK Lehtonen, K Lindström
Chemosphere 79 (5), 541-546, 2010
772010
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