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jukka jokela
professor of aquatic ecology, eth-zürich, eawag
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Speciation reversal and biodiversity dynamics with hybridization in changing environments
OLE Seehausen, G Takimoto, D Roy, J Jokela
Molecular ecology 17 (1), 30-44, 2008
4632008
The maintenance of sex, clonal dynamics, and host-parasite coevolution in a mixed population of sexual and asexual snails
J Jokela, MF Dybdahl, CM Lively
the american naturalist 174 (S1), S43-S53, 2009
2442009
Increasing water temperature and disease risks in aquatic systems: climate change increases the risk of some, but not all, diseases
A Karvonen, P Rintamäki, J Jokela, ET Valtonen
International journal for parasitology 40 (13), 1483-1488, 2010
2362010
Predator avoidance and immune defence: costs and trade–offs in snails
MC Rigby, J Jokela
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1872000
Spatial variation in infection by digenetic trematodes in a population of freshwater snails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum)
J Jokela, CM Lively
Oecologia 103 (4), 509-517, 1995
1741995
Dr. Pangloss restrained by the Red Queen–steps towards a unified defence theory
J Jokela, P Schmid‐Hempel, MC Rigby
Oikos 89 (2), 267-274, 2000
1712000
Heritability and genetic constraints of life-history trait evolution in preindustrial humans
JE Pettay, LEB Kruuk, J Jokela, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (8), 2838-2843, 2005
1662005
The geographic mosaic of sex and the Red Queen
KC King, LF Delph, J Jokela, CM Lively
Current Biology 19 (17), 1438-1441, 2009
1572009
EVIDENCE FOR A COST OF SEX IN THE FRESHWATER SNAIL POTAMOPYRGUS ANTIPODARUM
J Jokela, CM Lively, MF Dybdahl, JA Fox
Ecology 78 (2), 452-460, 1997
1531997
Sons reduced maternal longevity in preindustrial humans
S Helle, V Lummaa, J Jokela
Science 296 (5570), 1085-1085, 2002
1482002
Host sex and local adaptation by parasites in a snail-trematode interaction
CM Lively, MF Dybdahl, J Jokela, EE Osnas, LF Delph
the american naturalist 164 (S5), S6-S18, 2004
1432004
Parasites, sex, and early reproduction in a mixed population of freshwater snails
J Jokela, CM Lively
Evolution, 1268-1271, 1995
1381995
GENETIC STRUCTURE OF COEXISTING SEXUAL AND CLONAL SUBPOPULATIONS IN A FRESHWATER SNAIL (POTAMOPYRGUS ANTIPODARUM)
JA Fox, MF Dybdahl, J Jokela, CM Lively
Evolution 50 (4), 1541-1548, 1996
1351996
Host condition as a constraint for parasite reproduction
O Seppälä, K Liljeroos, A Karvonen, J Jokela
Oikos 117 (5), 749-753, 2008
1132008
Effects of host condition on susceptibility to infection, parasite developmental rate, and parasite transmission in a snail–trematode interaction
AC Krist, J Jokela, J Wiehn, CM Lively
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 (1), 33-40, 2004
1112004
Are reproductive and somatic senescence coupled in humans? Late, but not early, reproduction correlated with longevity in historical Sami women
S Helle, V Lummaa, J Jokela
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1558), 29-37, 2005
1062005
Virulence of parasites in hosts under environmental stress: experiments with anoxia and starvation
J Jokela, J Taskinen, P Mutikainen, K Kopp
Oikos 108 (1), 156-164, 2005
1042005
Genetic variation in sexual and clonal lineages of a freshwater snail
J Jokela, CM Lively, MF Dybdahl, JA Fox
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 79 (1), 165-181, 2003
1032003
Is the population genetic structure of complex life cycle parasites determined by the geographic range of the most motile host?
KR Louhi, A Karvonen, C Rellstab, J Jokela
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 10 (8), 1271-1277, 2010
1012010
Temporal and spatial distributions of parasites and sex in a freshwater snail
CM Lively, J Jokela
Evolutionary ecology research 4 (2), 219-226, 2002
982002
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