Snæbjörn Pálsson
Snæbjörn Pálsson
Professor in population biology, University of Iceland
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Genetic determinants of hair, eye and skin pigmentation in Europeans
P Sulem, DF Gudbjartsson, SN Stacey, A Helgason, T Rafnar, ...
Nature genetics 39 (12), 1443-1452, 2007
7032007
Refining the impact of TCF7L2 gene variants on type 2 diabetes and adaptive evolution
A Helgason, S Pálsson, G Thorleifsson, SFA Grant, V Emilsson, ...
Nature genetics 39 (2), 218-225, 2007
5702007
Two newly identified genetic determinants of pigmentation in Europeans
P Sulem, DF Gudbjartsson, SN Stacey, A Helgason, T Rafnar, ...
Nature genetics 40 (7), 835-837, 2008
3362008
An association between the kinship and fertility of human couples
A Helgason, S Pálsson, DF Guðbjartsson, K Stefánsson
Science 319 (5864), 813-816, 2008
173*2008
Extensive sharing of chloroplast haplotypes among European birches indicates hybridization among Betula pendula, B. pubescens and B. nana
AE Palme, Q Su, S Palsson, M Lascoux
Molecular Ecology 13 (1), 167-178, 2004
1632004
A major susceptibility gene for asthma maps to chromosome 14q24
H Hakonarson, US Bjornsdottir, E Halapi, S Palsson, E Adalsteinsdottir, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 71 (3), 483-491, 2002
1552002
The impact of divergence time on the nature of population structure: an example from Iceland
AL Price, A Helgason, S Palsson, H Stefansson, DS Clair, OA Andreassen, ...
PLoS Genet 5 (6), e1000505, 2009
1202009
Mitochondrial cytochrome b DNA sequence variation of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua, from Norway
E Arnason, S Palsson
Molecular Ecology 5 (6), 715-724, 1996
1021996
Gene flow and lack of population differentiation in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L., from Iceland, and comparison of cod from Norway and Newfoundland
E Arnason, S Pálsson, A Arason
Journal of Fish Biology 40 (5), 751-770, 1992
771992
DNAqua-Net: Developing new genetic tools for bioassessment and monitoring of aquatic ecosystems in Europe
F Leese, F Altermatt, A Bouchez, T Ekrem, D Hering, K Meissner, ...
Research Ideas and Outcomes 2, e11321, 2016
762016
Microsatellite variation in Daphnia pulex from both sides of the Baltic Sea
S Pálsson
Molecular Ecology 9 (8), 1075-1088, 2000
702000
ShapeR: an R package to study otolith shape variation among fish populations
LA Libungan, S Pálsson
PLoS One 10 (3), e0121102, 2015
582015
Mitochondrial cytochrome b DNA sequence variation of Atlantic cod from Iceland and Greenland
E Árnason, PH Petersen, K Kristinsson, H Sigurgíslason, S Pálsson
Journal of Fish Biology 56 (2), 409-430, 2000
572000
Associative overdominance, heterozygosity and fitness
P Pamilo, S Pálsson
Heredity 81 (4), 381-389, 1998
501998
Morphological Variation among Betula nana (diploid), B. pubescens (tetraploid) and their Triploid Hybrids in Iceland
ÆT Thórsson, S Pálsson, A Sigurgeirsson, K Anamthawat-Jónsson
Annals of botany 99 (6), 1183-1193, 2007
432007
Molecular evidence of the survival of subterranean amphipods (Arthropoda) during Ice Age underneath glaciers in Iceland
E Kornobis, S PÁLSSON, BK Kristjansson, J SVAVARSSON
Molecular Ecology 19 (12), 2516-2530, 2010
422010
Effects of temperature regime on primary producers in Icelandic geothermal streams
R Gudmundsdottir, GM Gislason, S Palsson, JS Olafsson, A Schomacker, ...
Aquatic botany 95 (4), 278-286, 2011
412011
Do cryptic species matter in macroecology? Sequencing European groundwater crustaceans yields smaller ranges but does not challenge biodiversity determinants
D Eme, M Zagmajster, T Delić, C Fišer, JF Flot, L Konecny‐Dupré, ...
Ecography 41 (2), 424-436, 2018
382018
Otolith shape: a population marker for Atlantic herring Clupea harengus
LA Libungan, GJ Óskarsson, A Slotte, JA Jacobsen, S Pálsson
Journal of Fish Biology 86 (4), 1377-1395, 2015
382015
How will increased temperature and nutrient enrichment affect primary producers in sub‐Arctic streams?
R Gudmundsdottir, JS Olafsson, S Palsson, GM Gislason, B Moss
Freshwater Biology 56 (10), 2045-2058, 2011
352011
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