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Trond Amundsen
Trond Amundsen
Professor of Animal Behaviour, Department of Biology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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Why are female birds ornamented?
T Amundsen
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 15 (4), 149-155, 2000
7802000
Male mate choice selects for female coloration in a fish
T Amundsen, E Forsgren
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (23), 13155-13160, 2001
4422001
Unusually dynamic sex roles in a fish
E Forsgren, T Amundsen, ÅA Borg, J Bjelvenmark
Nature 429 (6991), 551-554, 2004
3342004
Ultraviolet colour vision and ornamentation in bluethroats
S Andersson, T Amundsen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
2881997
On the function of female ornaments: male bluethroats prefer colourful females
T Amundsen, E Forsgren, LTT Hansen
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
2581997
Female coloration: review of functional and non-functional hypotheses
T Amundsen, H Pärn
Bird coloration: function and evolution 2, 280 -, 2006
157*2006
Animal signals: signalling and signal design in animal communication
Y Espmark, T Amundsen, G Rosenqvist
Tapir Academic Press, 2000
1402000
Adaptive significance of asynchronous hatching in the shag: a test of the brood reduction hypothesis
T Amundsen, JN Stokland
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 329-344, 1988
1371988
Egg size and parental quality influence nestling growth in the shag
T Amundsen, JN Stokland
The Auk 107 (2), 410-413, 1990
1311990
Initial size hierarchy in broods of the shag: relative significance of egg size and hatching asynchrony
JN Stokland, T Amundsen
The Auk 105 (2), 308-315, 1988
1211988
Paternity and paternity assurance behaviour in the bluethroat, Luscinia s. svecica
C KROKENE, K ANTHONISEN, JANT LIFJELD, T AMUNDSEN
Animal Behaviour 52 (2), 405-417, 1996
1171996
Elevated CO2 affects embryonic development and larval phototaxis in a temperate marine fish
E Forsgren, S Dupont, F Jutfelt, T Amundsen
Ecology and evolution 3 (11), 3637-3646, 2013
1112013
Costs and benefits of hatching asynchrony in blue tits Parus caeruleus
T Slagsvold, T Amundsen, S Dale
Journal of Animal Ecology, 563-578, 1995
1101995
Mate sampling behaviour of female pied flycatchers: evidence for active mate choice
S Dale, T Amundsen, JT Lifjeld, T Slagsvold
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27, 87-91, 1990
1021990
Hormonal regulation of female nuptial coloration in a fish
HN Sköld, T Amundsen, PA Svensson, I Mayer, J Bjelvenmark, ...
Hormones and Behavior 54 (4), 549-556, 2008
1002008
Female ornaments: genetically correlated or sexually selected
T Amundsen
Animal signals: Signalling and signal design in animal communication, 133-154, 2000
952000
Hatching asynchrony: facilitating adaptive or maladaptive brood reduction
T Amundsen, T Slagsvold
Acta XX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici 3, 1707-1719, 1991
941991
Fishes as models in studies of sexual selection and parental care
T Amundsen
Journal of Fish Biology 63, 17-52, 2003
902003
Effects of egg size and parental quality on early nestling growth: an experiment with the Antarctic petrel
T Amundsen, SH Lorentsen, T Tveraa
Journal of Animal Ecology, 545-555, 1996
901996
Female-female aggression explains polyterritoriality in male pied flycatchers
T Slagsvold, T Amundsen, S Dale, H Lampe
Animal Behaviour 43 (3), 397-407, 1992
831992
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