Kerstin Johannesson
Kerstin Johannesson
Professor i marin ekologi, Göteborgs universitet
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INVITED REVIEW: life on the margin: genetic isolation and diversity loss in a peripheral marine ecosystem, the Baltic Sea
K Johannesson, C Andre
Molecular Ecology 15 (8), 2013-2029, 2006
4012006
The paradox of Rockall: why is a brooding gastropod (Littorina saxatilis) more widespread than one having a planktonic larval dispersal stage (L. littorea)?
K Johannesson
Marine biology 99 (4), 507-513, 1988
3361988
Morphological differentiation and genetic cohesiveness over a microenvironmental gradient in the marine snail Littorina saxatilis
K Johannesson, B Johannesson, E Rolán‐Alvarez
Evolution 47 (6), 1770-1787, 1993
2211993
INCIPIENT REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION BETWEEN TWO SYMPATRIC MORPHS OF THE INTERTIDAL SNAIL LITTORINA SAXATILIS
K Johannesson, E Rolán‐Alvarez, A Ekendahl
Evolution 49 (6), 1180-1190, 1995
2001995
Parallel speciation: a key to sympatric divergence
K Johannesson
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16 (3), 148-153, 2001
1692001
THE MAINTENANCE OF A CLINE IN THE MARINE SNAIL LITTORINA SAXATILIS: THE ROLE OF HOME SITE ADVANTAGE AND HYBRID FITNESS
E Rolán‐Alvarez, K Johannesson, J Erlandsson
Evolution 51 (6), 1838-1847, 1997
1581997
Strong natural selection causes microscale allozyme variation in a marine snail.
K Johannesson, B Johannesson, U Lundgren
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (7), 2602-2606, 1995
1531995
Selection and migration in two distinct phenotypes of Littorina saxatilis in Sweden
Janson
Oecologia 59, 58-61, 1983
1501983
Genotypic and phenotypic differences between Baltic and North Sea populations of Mytilus edulis evaluated through reciprocal transplantations. 1. Growth and morphology.
N Kautsky, K Johannesson, M Tedengren
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 59, 203-210, 1990
1481990
Repeated evolution of reproductive isolation in a marine snail: unveiling mechanisms of speciation
K Johannesson, M Panova, P Kemppainen, C André, E Rolan-Alvarez, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
1432010
Allozyme and shell variation in two marine snails (Littorina , Prosobranchia) with different dispersal abilities
Janson
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 30, 245-256, 1987
1351987
Intriguing asexual life in marginal populations of the brown seaweed Fucus vesiculosus
A Tatarenkov, L Bergström, RB Jönsson, EA Serrăo, L Kautsky, ...
Molecular ecology 14 (2), 647-651, 2005
1342005
Shell morphology of Littorina saxatilis Olivi: the relative importance of physical factors and predation
B Johannesson
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 102 (2-3), 183-195, 1986
1341986
Evolution in Littorina: ecology matters
K Johannesson
Journal of Sea Research 49 (2), 107-117, 2003
1332003
Population differences in behaviour and morphology in the snail Littorina saxatilis: phenotypic plasticity or genetic differentiation?
B Johannesson, K J. ohannesson
Journal of Zoology 240 (3), 475-493, 1996
1291996
Parallel evolution of local adaptation and reproductive isolation in the face of gene flow
RK Butlin, M Saura, G Charrier, B Jackson, C André, A Caballero, ...
Evolution 68 (4), 935-949, 2014
1232014
Microgeographic variation in allozyme and shell characters in Littorina saxatilis Olivi (Prosobranchia: Littorinidae)
W Janson
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 22, 289-307, 1984
1231984
GENETIC AND MORPHOLOGICAL IDENTIFICATION OF FUCUS RADICANS SP. NOV. (FUCALES, PHAEOPHYCEAE) IN THE BRACKISH BALTIC SEA1
L Bergström, A Tatarenkov, K Johannesson, RB Jönsson, L Kautsky
Journal of Phycology 41 (5), 1025-1038, 2005
1202005
Rapid speciation in a newly opened postglacial marine environment, the Baltic Sea
RT Pereyra, L Bergström, L Kautsky, K Johannesson
BMC Evolutionary Biology 9 (1), 70, 2009
1122009
Genetic and environmental effects on the growth rate of Littorina saxatilis Olivi
Janson
Marine Biology 69, 73-78, 1982
1111982
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