Raine Kortet
Raine Kortet
Professor, University of Eastern Finland, Department of Environmental and Biological Sciences
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The role of juvenile hormone in immune function and pheromone production trade-offs: a test of the immunocompetence handicap principle
MJ Rantala, A Vainikka, R Kortet
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
2042003
Do pheromones reveal male immunocompetence?
MJ Rantala, I Jokinen, R Kortet, A Vainikka, J Suhonen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
1892002
Condition dependence of pheromones and immune function in the grain beetle Tenebrio molitor
MJ Rantala, R Kortet, JS Kotiaho, A Vainikka, J Suhonen
Functional Ecology 17 (4), 534-540, 2003
1882003
Courtship song and immune function in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
MJ Rantala, R Kortet
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 79 (3), 503-510, 2003
1762003
Parasitism, predation and the evolution of animal personalities
R Kortet, AV Hedrick, A Vainikka
Ecology letters 13 (12), 1449-1458, 2010
1652010
A behavioural syndrome in the field cricket Gryllus integer: intrasexual aggression is correlated with activity in a novel environment
R Kortet, ANN Hedrick
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 91 (3), 475-482, 2007
1432007
Integrating behaviour with life history: boldness of the field cricket, Gryllus integer, during ontogeny
PT Niemelä, A Vainikka, AV Hedrick, R Kortet
Functional Ecology 26 (2), 450-456, 2012
1132012
A trade‐off between sexual signalling and immune function in a natural population of the drumming wolf spider Hygrolycosa rubrofasciata
JJ Ahtiainen, RV Alatalo, R Kortet, MJ Rantala
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18 (4), 985-991, 2005
1092005
Male dominance and immunocompetence in a field cricket
MJ Rantala, R Kortet
Behavioral Ecology 15 (2), 187-191, 2004
1062004
Sex differences in the repeatability of boldness over metamorphosis
AV Hedrick, R Kortet
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (3), 407-412, 2012
1022012
The scent of dominance: female field crickets use odour to predict the outcome of male competition
R Kortet, A Hedrick
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59 (1), 77-83, 2005
1012005
Breeding-related seasonal changes in immunocompetence, health state and condition of the cyprinid fish, Rutilus rutilus, L.
R Kortet, J Taskinen, T Sinisalo, I Jokinen
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 78 (1), 117-127, 2003
1012003
Climate change promotes the emergence of serious disease outbreaks of filarioid nematodes
S Laaksonen, J Pusenius, J Kumpula, A Venäläinen, R Kortet, A Oksanen, ...
EcoHealth 7 (1), 7-13, 2010
972010
Hiding behaviour in two cricket populations that differ in predation pressure
AV Hedrick, R Kortet
Animal Behaviour 72 (5), 1111-1118, 2006
872006
Personality pace-of-life hypothesis: testing genetic associations among personality and life history
PT Niemelä, NJ Dingemanse, N Alioravainen, A Vainikka, R Kortet
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 935-941, 2013
792013
Sexual advertisement and immune function in an arachnid species (Lycosidae)
JJ Ahtiainen, RV Alatalo, R Kortet, MJ Rantala
Behavioral Ecology 15 (4), 602-606, 2004
792004
Male steroid hormones and female preference for male body odor
MJ Rantala, CJP Eriksson, A Vainikka, R Kortet
Evolution and Human Behavior 27 (4), 259-269, 2006
782006
How does variation in the environment and individual cognition explain the existence of consistent behavioral differences?
PT Niemelä, A Vainikka, JT Forsman, OJ Loukola, R Kortet
Ecology and Evolution 3 (2), 457-464, 2013
682013
Boldness in anti-predator behaviour and immune defence in field crickets
R Kortet, MJ Rantala, A Hedrick
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (1), 185-197, 2007
662007
Differing virulence of Aphanomyces astaci isolates and elevated resistance of noble crayfish Astacus astacus against crayfish plague
J Makkonen, J Jussila, R Kortet, A Vainikka, H Kokko
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 102 (2), 129-136, 2012
632012
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