Gunilla Rosenqvist
Gunilla Rosenqvist
Professor Behavioral Ecology, NTNU
Verified email at ntnu.no
TitleCited byYear
Mate choice, fecundity and sexual dimorphism in two pipefish species (Syngnathidae)
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 19 (4), 301-307, 1986
2871986
Pipefishes and seahorses: are they all sex role reversed?
A Vincent, I Ahnesjö, A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 7 (7), 237-241, 1992
2401992
Reproductive success of females limited by males in two pipefish species
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
The American Naturalist 133 (4), 506-516, 1989
2061989
Reversed sex roles and parental energy investment in zygotes of two pipefish (Syngnathidae) species
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 29, 209-215, 1986
1921986
Ornaments or offspring: costs to reproductive success restrict sexual selection processes
S Fitzpatrick, A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55 (3), 251-260, 1995
1671995
Male mate choice and female-female competition for mates in the pipefish Nerophis ophidion
G Rosenqvist
Animal Behaviour 39 (6), 1110-1115, 1990
1531990
The Bateman gradient and the cause of sexual selection in a sex–role–reversed pipefish
AG Jones, G Rosenqvist, A Berglund, SJ Arnold, JC Avise
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1322000
Sex role reversal in pipefish
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Advances in the Study of Behavior 32 (32), 131-167, 2003
1252003
Selective males and ardent females in pipefishes
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 32 (5), 331-336, 1993
1171993
The genetic mating system of a sex-role-reversed pipefish (Syngnathus typhle): a molecular inquiry
AG Jones, G Rosenqvist, A Berglund, JC Avise
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46 (5), 357-365, 1999
1161999
Animal signals: signalling and signal design in animal communication
Y Espmark, T Amundsen, G Rosenqvist
Tapir Academic Press, 2000
1082000
Multiple matings and paternal brood care in the pipefish Syngnathus typhle
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
Oikos, 184-188, 1988
1061988
Male pipefish prefer ornamented females
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Animal Behaviour 61 (2), 345-350, 2001
932001
Male and female mate choice affects offspring quality in a sex–role–reversed pipefish
M Sandvik, G Rosenqvist, A Berglund
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
932000
Male avoidance of parasitized females explained by direct benefits in a pipefish
G Rosenqvist, K Johansson
Animal Behaviour 49 (4), 1039-1045, 1995
891995
Male pipefish prefer dominant over attractive females
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Behavioral Ecology 12 (4), 402-406, 2001
882001
The measurement of sexual selection using Bateman's principles: an experimental test in the sex-role-reversed pipefish Syngnathus typhle
AG Jones, G Rosenqvist, A Berglund, JC Avise
Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (5), 874-884, 2005
862005
Ornamentation predicts reproductive success in female pipefish
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, P Bernet
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40 (3), 145-150, 1997
861997
Male limitation of female reproductive success in a pipefish: effects of body-size differences
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27 (2), 129-133, 1990
861990
Prior exposure to male phenotypes influences mate choice in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata
G Rosenqvist, A Houde
Behavioral Ecology 8 (2), 194-198, 1997
841997
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