Irja Ida Ratikainen
Irja Ida Ratikainen
Centre for Biodiversity Dynamics, Department of Biology, Norwegian University of Science and
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When density dependence is not instantaneous: theoretical developments and management implications
II Ratikainen, JA Gill, TG Gunnarsson, WJ Sutherland, H Kokko
Ecology Letters 11 (2), 184-198, 2008
Differential allocation and compensation: who deserves the silver spoon?
II Ratikainen, H Kokko
Behavioral Ecology 21 (1), 195-200, 2010
Eco‐evolutionary feedbacks—Theoretical models and perspectives
L Govaert, EA Fronhofer, S Lion, C Eizaguirre, D Bonte, M Egas, ...
Functional Ecology 33 (1), 13-30, 2019
Use of winter habitat by roe deer at a northern latitude where Eurasian lynx are present
II Ratikainen, M Panzacchi, A Mysterud, J Odden, J Linnell, R Andersen
Journal of Zoology 273 (2), 192-199, 2007
Inertia: the discrepancy between individual and common good in dispersal and prospecting behaviour
M del Mar Delgado, II Ratikainen, H Kokko
Biological Reviews 86 (3), 717-732, 2011
Adaptive management of body mass by Siberian jays
II Ratikainen, J Wright
Animal Behaviour 85 (2), 427-434, 2013
The coevolution of lifespan and reversible plasticity
II Ratikainen, H Kokko
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1-7, 2019
Sex ratio and density affect sexual selection in a sex‐role reversed fish
T Aronsen, A Berglund, KB Mobley, II Ratikainen, G Rosenqvist
Evolution 67 (11), 3243-3257, 2013
Characteristics determining host suitability for a generalist parasite
BG Stokke, II Ratikainen, A Moksnes, E Rřskaft, K Schulze-Hagen, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
Differential allocation revisited: when should mate quality affect parental investment?
TR Haaland, J Wright, B Kuijper, II Ratikainen
The American Naturalist 190 (4), 534-546, 2017
Short‐term insurance versus long‐term bet‐hedging strategies as adaptations to variable environments
TR Haaland, J Wright, J Tufto, II Ratikainen
Evolution 73 (2), 145-157, 2019
Generalists versus specialists in fluctuating environments: a bet‐hedging perspective
TR Haaland, J Wright, II Ratikainen
Oikos 129 (6), 879-890, 2020
Differential allocation of parental investment and the trade-off between size and number of offspring
II Ratikainen, TR Haaland, J Wright
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1884), 20181074, 2018
Social class influences degree of variance sensitivity in wild Siberian jays
II Ratikainen, J Wright, AJN Kazem
Behavioral Ecology 21 (5), 1067-1072, 2010
Bet-hedging across generations can affect the evolution of variance-sensitive strategies within generations
TR Haaland, J Wright, II Ratikainen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1916), 20192070, 2019
How to quantify thermal acclimation capacity?
S Einum, I Ratikainen, J Wright, C Pélabon, C Bech, F Jutfelt, C Stawski, ...
Global change biology 25 (6), 1893-1894, 2019
Private and public information use strategies by foraging groups of wild Siberian jays
II Ratikainen, LRH Sřdal, AJN Kazem, J Wright
Animal Behaviour 83 (5), 1243-1251, 2012
Individual reversible plasticity as a genotype‐level bet‐hedging strategy
TR Haaland, J Wright, II Ratikainen
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 34 (7), 1022-1033, 2021
A Semb-Johansson, DŘ Hjermann, II Ratikainen, KO Hovde
Store Norske Leksikon, 2014
Foraging in a variable world: Adaptations to stochasticity
II Ratikainen
Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Fakultet for naturvitenskap …, 2012
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