Thomas Blankers
Thomas Blankers
Assistant Professor, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, Univ. Amsterdam
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Ecological radiation with limited morphological diversification in salamanders
T Blankers, DC Adams, JJ Wiens
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (4), 634-646, 2012
Contrasting global‐scale evolutionary radiations: phylogeny, diversification, and morphological evolution in the major clades of iguanian lizards
T Blankers, TM Townsend, K Pepe, TW Reeder, JJ Wiens
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108 (1), 127-143, 2013
Conservation of multivariate female preference functions and preference mechanisms in three species of trilling field crickets
T Blankers, RM Hennig, DA Gray
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (3), 630-641, 2015
The genomic architecture of a rapid island radiation: Recombination rate variation, chromosome structure, and genome assembly of the hawaiian cricket Laupala
T Blankers, KP Oh, A Bombarely, KL Shaw
Genetics 209 (4), 1329-1344, 2018
Towards evolutionary predictions: current promises and challenges
MT Wortel, D Agashe, SF Bailey, C Bank, K Bisschop, T Blankers, ...
Evolutionary Applications, 2021
Multivariate female preference tests reveal latent perceptual biases
DA Gray, E Gabel, T Blankers, RM Hennig
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1842), 20161972, 2016
Divergence in male cricket song and female preference functions in three allopatric sister species
RM Hennig, T Blankers, DA Gray
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 202, 347-360, 2016
Parallel genomic architecture underlies repeated sexual signal divergence in Hawaiian Laupala crickets
T Blankers, KP Oh, KL Shaw
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1912), 20191479, 2019
Multivariate Phenotypic Evolution: Divergent Acoustic Signals and Sexual Selection in Gryllus Field Crickets
T Blankers, DA Gray, R Matthias Hennig
Evolutionary Biology 44, 43-55, 2017
A genes eye view of ontogeny: de novo assembly and profiling of the Gryllus rubens transcriptome
EL Berdan, T Blankers, I Waurick, CJ Mazzoni, F Mayer
Molecular ecology resources 16 (6), 1478-1490, 2016
The Genetics of a Behavioral Speciation Phenotype in an Island System.
T Blankers, KP Oh, KL Shaw
Genes 9 (7), 2018
Demography and selection shape transcriptomic divergence in field crickets
T Blankers, ST Vilaça, I Waurick, DA Gray, RM Hennig, CJ Mazzoni, ...
Evolution 72 (3), 553-567, 2018
Phenotypic variation and covariation indicate high evolvability of acoustic communication in crickets
T Blankers, AK Lübke, RM Hennig
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (9), 1656-1669, 2015
Physical linkage and mate preference generate linkage disequilibrium for behavioral isolation in two parapatric crickets
T Blankers, EL Berdan, RM Hennig, F Mayer
Evolution 73 (4), 777-791, 2019
Sex pheromone signal and stability covary with fitness
T Blankers, R Lievers, C Plata, M van Wijk, D van Veldhuizen, AT Groot
Royal Society Open Science 8 (6), 210180, 2021
Codivergence but Limited Covariance of Wing Shape and Calling Song Structure in Field Crickets (Gryllus)
T Blankers, R Block, RM Hennig
Evolutionary Biology 45 (2), 144-155, 2018
Population bottleneck has only marginal effect on fitness evolution and its repeatability in dioecious Caenorhabditis elegans
K Bisschop, T Blankers, J Mariën, MT Wortel, M Egas, AT Groot, ...
Evolution 76 (8), 1896-1904, 2022
Experimental evolution of a pheromone signal
T Blankers, E Fruitet, E Burdfield‐Steel, AT Groot
Ecology and Evolution 12 (5), e8941, 2022
The Evolutionary Importance of Intraspecific Variation in Sexual Communication Across Sensory Modalities
AT Groot, T Blankers, W Halfwerk, E Burdfield Steel
Annual Review of Entomology 69, 21-40, 2024
Quantitative trait loci underlying a speciation phenotype
H Waller, T Blankers, M Xu, KL Shaw
Insect molecular biology 32 (6), 592-602, 2023
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