Jonna Kulmuni
Jonna Kulmuni
Principal Investigator, Evolutionary Biology, University of Helsinki, Finland
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Not Only for Egg Yolk—Functional and Evolutionary Insights from Expression, Selection, and Structural Analyses of Formica Ant Vitellogenins
C Morandin, H Havukainen, J Kulmuni, K Dhaygude, K Trontti, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 31 (8), 2181-2193, 2014
Segregation distortion causes large-scale differences between male and female genomes in hybrid ants
J Kulmuni, B Seifert, P Pamilo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (16), 7371-7376, 2010
Comparative genomics of chemosensory protein genes reveals rapid evolution and positive selection in ant-specific duplicates
J Kulmuni, Y Wurm, P Pamilo
Heredity 110 (6), 538-547, 2013
Insights into the evolution of the CSP gene family through the integration of evolutionary analysis and comparative protein modeling
J Kulmuni, H Havukainen
PloS one 8 (5), 2013
Independent hybrid populations of Formica polyctena Xrufa wood ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) abound under conditions of forest fragmentation
B Seifert, J Kulmuni, P Pamilo
Evolutionary Ecology 24 (5), 1219-1237, 2010
Intrinsic incompatibilities evolving as a by‐product of divergent ecological selection: Considering them in empirical studies on divergence with gene flow
J Kulmuni, AM Westram
Molecular Ecology 26 (12), 3093-3103, 2017
Introgression in hybrid ants is favored in females but selected against in males
J Kulmuni, P Pamilo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (35), 12805-12810, 2014
Widespread hybridization within mound‐building wood ants in Southern Finland results in cytonuclear mismatches and potential for sex‐specific hybrid breakdown
J Beresford, M Elias, L Pluckrose, L Sundström, RK Butlin, P Pamilo, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (15), 4013-4026, 2017
Conflict between heterozygote advantage and hybrid incompatibility in haplodiploids (and sex chromosomes)
AH Ghenu, A Blanckaert, RK Butlin, J Kulmuni, C Bank
Molecular ecology 27 (19), 3935-3949, 2018
Evidence for natural selection and barrier leakage in candidate loci underlying speciation in wood ants
J Kulmuni, P Nouhaud, L Pluckrose, I Satokangas, K Dhaygude, RK Butlin
BioRxiv, 500116, 2019
Understanding Admixture: Haplodiploidy to the Rescue
P Nouhaud, A Blanckaert, C Bank, J Kulmuni
Trends in ecology & evolution, 2019
Genome organization and molecular characterization of the three Formica exsecta viruses—FeV1, FeV2 and FeV4
K Dhaygude, H Johansson, J Kulmuni, L Sundström
PeerJ 6, e6216, 2019
Temperature fluctuations between years predict temporal allele frequency variation in a hybrid ant population
R Martin-Roy, J Kulmuni
bioRxiv, 755496, 2019
Hybridizing wood ants allow testing for natural selection at candidate barrier loci underlying speciation
J Kulmuni, P Nouhaud, L Pluckrose, I Satokangas, K Dhaygude, RK Butlin
bioRxiv, 500116, 2018
Sex allocation conflict between queens and workers in Formica pratensis wood ants predicts seasonal sex ratio variation
H Helanterä, J Kulmuni, P Pamilo
Evolution 70 (10), 2387-2394, 2016
The role of hybridization in shaping evolutionary divergence
J Kulmuni
IUSSI, 2014
The evolution of chemosensory proteins in ants
J Kulmuni
IUSSI, 2014
Genome discovery of novel RNA viruses infecting Formica exsecta.
K Dhaygude, H Johansson, J Kulmuni, K Trontti, S Lindstrom, ...
IUSSI, 2014
Genetic Differences Between Species and Their Implications for Speciation and Adaptation in Ants
J Kulmuni
University of Oulu, 2013
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