Michael Kopp
TitleCited byYear
Predator functional responses: discriminating between handling and digesting prey
JM Jeschke, M Kopp, R Tollrian
Ecological Monographs 72 (1), 95-112, 2002
5002002
Magic traits in speciation: ‘magic’ but not rare?
MR Servedio, G Doorn, M Kopp, AM Frame, P Nosil
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26 (8), 389-397, 2011
3902011
Consumer-food systems: why type I functional responses are exclusive to filter feeders
JM Jeschke, M Kopp, R Tollrian
Biological Reviews 79 (2), 337-349, 2004
2462004
Rapid evolution of quantitative traits: theoretical perspectives
M Kopp, S Matuszewski
Evolutionary Applications 7 (1), 169-191, 2014
992014
The evolution of genetic architecture under frequency‐dependent disruptive selection
M Kopp, J Hermisson
Evolution 60 (8), 1537-1550, 2006
892006
Multilocus genetics and the coevolution of quantitative traits
M Kopp, S Gavrilets
Evolution 60 (7), 1321-1336, 2006
732006
An analytically tractable model for competitive speciation
PS Pennings, M Kopp, G Meszéna, U Dieckmann, J Hermisson
The American Naturalist 171 (1), E44-E71, 2007
722007
Reciprocal phenotypic plasticity in a predator–prey system: inducible offences against inducible defences?
M Kopp, R Tollrian
Ecology Letters 6 (8), 742-748, 2003
602003
Adaptation of a quantitative trait to a moving optimum
M Kopp, J Hermisson
Genetics 176 (1), 715-719, 2007
542007
Competitive speciation and costs of choosiness
M Kopp, J Hermisson
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (4), 1005-1023, 2008
482008
The genetic basis of phenotypic adaptation I: fixation of beneficial mutations in the moving optimum model
M Kopp, J Hermisson
Genetics 182 (1), 233-249, 2009
462009
The genetic basis of phenotypic adaptation II: the distribution of adaptive substitutions in the moving optimum model
M Kopp, J Hermisson
Genetics 183 (4), 1453-1476, 2009
442009
Catch me if you can: adaptation from standing genetic variation to a moving phenotypic optimum
S Matuszewski, J Hermisson, M Kopp
Genetics 200 (4), 1255-1274, 2015
372015
The more the better–polyandry and genetic similarity are positively linked to reproductive success in a natural population of terrestrial salamanders (S alamandra salamandra)
BA Caspers, ET Krause, R Hendrix, M Kopp, O Rupp, K Rosentreter, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (1), 239-250, 2014
372014
Speciation and the neutral theory of biodiversity: Modes of speciation affect patterns of biodiversity in neutral communities.
M Kopp
Bioessays 32 (7), 564-570, 2010
372010
Exact compensation of stream drift as an evolutionarily stable strategy
M Kopp, JM Jeschke, W Gabriel
Oikos 92 (3), 522-530, 2001
362001
Fisher's geometric model with a moving optimum
S Matuszewski, J Hermisson, M Kopp
Evolution 68 (9), 2571-2588, 2014
352014
Mechanisms of assortative mating in speciation with gene flow: connecting theory and empirical research
M Kopp, MR Servedio, TC Mendelson, RJ Safran, RL Rodríguez, ...
The American Naturalist 191 (1), 1-20, 2018
332018
Trophic size polyphenism in Lembadion bullinum: costs and benefits of an inducible offense
M Kopp, R Tollrian
Ecology 84 (3), 641-651, 2003
322003
Sexual selection and magic traits in speciation with gene flow
MR Servedio, M Kopp
Current Zoology 58 (3), 510-516, 2012
302012
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