Mats Olsson
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Conservation biology: restoration of an inbred adder population
W Madsen, Shine, Olsson
Nature 402 (6757), 34-35, 1999
555*1999
Multiple paternity in reptiles: patterns and processes
T Uller, M Olsson
Molecular ecology 17 (11), 2566-2580, 2008
3352008
Is sperm really so cheap? Costs of reproduction in male adders, Vipera berus
M Olsson, T Madsen, R Shine
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
3271997
Sexual selection and sperm competition in reptiles
M Olsson, T Madsen
Sperm competition and sexual selection, 503-577, 1998
2911998
Sperm selection by females
M Olsson, R Shine, T Madsen, A Gullberg, H Tegelström
Nature 383 (6601), 585-585, 1996
2911996
Major histocompatibility complex and mate choice in sand lizards
M Olsson, T Madsen, J Nordby, E Wapstra, B Ujvari, H Wittsell
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
2812003
Sexual dimorphism in lizard body shape: the roles of sexual selection and fecundity selection
M Olsson, R Shine, E Wapstra, B Ujvari, T Madsen
Evolution 56 (7), 1538-1542, 2002
2502002
Nuptial coloration in the sand lizard, Lacerta agilis: an intra-sexually selected cue to lighting ability
M Olsson
Animal Behaviour 48 (3), 607-613, 1994
1891994
The seasonal timing of oviposition in sand lizards (Lacerta agilis): why early clutches are better
M Olsson, R Shine
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10 (3), 369-381, 1997
1831997
Male preference for large females and assortative mating for body size in the sand lizard (Lacerta agilis)
M Olsson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 32 (5), 337-341, 1993
1771993
Female choice on male quantitative traits in lizards—why is it so rare?
M Olsson, T Madsen
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36 (3), 179-184, 1995
1461995
Testosterone, ticks and travels: a test of the immunocompetence-handicap hypothesis in free-ranging male sand lizards
M Olsson, E Wapstra, T Madsen, B Silverin
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1432000
Why do male snakes have longer tails than females?
R Shine, MM Olsson, IT Moore, MP LeMaster, RT Mason
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1431999
Measuring telomere length and telomere dynamics in evolutionary biology and ecology
DH Nussey, D Baird, E Barrett, W Boner, J Fairlie, N Gemmell, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (4), 299-310, 2014
1402014
Contest success in relation to size and residency in male sand lizards, Lacerta agilis
M Olsson
Animal behaviour 44, 386-388, 1992
1391992
The limits to reproductive output: offspring size versus number in the sand lizard (Lacerta agilis)
M Olsson, R Shine
The American Naturalist 149 (1), 179-188, 1997
1371997
Chastity belts in gartersnakes: the functional significance of mating plugs
R Shine, MM Olsson, RT Mason
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 70 (3), 377-390, 2000
1352000
Bumpus in the snake den: effects of sex, size, and body condition on mortality of red‐sided garter snakes
R Shine, MP LeMaster, IT Moore, MM Olsson, RT Mason
Evolution 55 (3), 598-604, 2001
1322001
Malformed offspring, sibling matings, and selection against inbreeding in the sand lizard (Lacerta agilis)
M Olsson, A Gullberg, H Tegelström
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 9 (2), 229-242, 1996
1311996
Novel genes continue to enhance population growth in adders (Vipera berus)
T Madsen, B Ujvari, M Olsson
Biological Conservation 120 (1), 145-147, 2004
1252004
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