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2017

Berner, Daniel and Ammann, Matthias and Spencer, Eleanor and Rüegg, Attila and Lüscher, Daniel and Moser, Dario. (2017) Sexual isolation promotes divergence between parapatric lake and stream stickleback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 30. pp. 401-411.

2016

Dukić, Marinela and Berner, Daniel and Roesti, Marius and Haag, Christoph R. and Ebert, Dieter. (2016) A high-density genetic map reveals variation in recombination rate across the genome of Daphnia magna. BMC genetics, 17 (1). p. 137.

Moser, D. and Frey, A. and Berner, D.. (2016) Fitness differences between parapatric lake and stream stickleback revealed by a field transplant. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29 (4). pp. 711-719.

2015

Moser, D. and Kueng, B. and Berner, D.. (2015) Lake-stream divergence in stickleback life history: a plastic response to trophic niche differentiation? Evolutionary Biology, 42 (3). pp. 328-338.

Berner, Daniel and Thibert-Plante, X.. (2015) How mechanisms of habitat preference evolve and promote divergence with gene flow. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 28 (9). pp. 1641-1655.

Roesti, M. and Kueng, B. and Moser, D. and Berner, D.. (2015) The genomics of ecological vicariance in threespine stickleback fish. Nature Communications, 6. p. 10229.

2013

Roesti, M. and Moser, D. and Berner, D.. (2013) Recombination in the threespine stickleback genome - patterns and consequences. Molecular ecology, Vol. 22, no. 11. S. 3014-3027.

2011

Berner, Daniel. (2011) Size correction in biology: how reliable are approaches based on (common) principal component analysis? Oecologia, Vol. 166, H. 4. S. 961-971.

Berner, D. and Kaeuffer, R. and Grandchamp, A. -C. and Raeymaekers, J. A. M. and Räsänen, K. and Hendry, A. P.. (2011) Quantitative genetic inheritance of morphological divergence in a lake-stream stickleback ecotype pair: implications for reproductive isolation. Journal of evolutionary biology, Vol. 24, H. 9. S. 1975-1983.

2010

Berner, Daniel and Roesti, Marius and Hendry, Andrew P. and Salzburger, Walter. (2010) Constrain on speciation suggested by comparing lake-stream stickleback divergence across two continents. Molecular ecology, Vol. 19, no. 22, S. 4963–4978.

Berner, D. and Stutz, W. E. and Bolnick, D. I.. (2010) Foraging trait (co)variances in stickleback evolve deterministically and do not predict trajectories of adaptive diversification. Evolution, Vol. 64, no. 8. S. 2265-2277.

Raeymaekers, J. A. M. and Boisjoly, M. and Delaire, L. and Berner, D. and Räsänen, K. and Hendry, A. P.. (2010) Testing for mating isolation between ecotypes: laboratory experiments with lake, stream and hybrid stickleback. Journal of evolutionary biology, Vol. 23, H. 12 , S. 2694–2708.

2009

Berner, Daniel and Grandchamp, Anne-Catherine and Hendry, Andrew P.. (2009) Variable progress toward ecological speciation in parapatry : stickleback across eight lake-stream transitions. Evolution, Vol. 63, no. 7. S. 1740-1753.

Berner, D.. (2009) Correction of a bootstrap approach to testing for evolution along lines of least resistance. Journal of evolutionary biology, Vol. 22, H. 12. S. 2563-2565.

Hendry, Andrew P. and Bolnick, Daniel I. and Berner, Daniel and Peichel, Catherine L.. (2009) Along the speciation continuum in sticklebacks. Journal of fish biology, Vol. 75, H. 8. S. 2000-2036.

2006

Berner, D. and Blanckenhorn, W. U.. (2006) Grasshopper ontogeny in relation to time constraints : adaptive divergence and stasis. The journal of animal ecology, Vol. 75, H. 1. S. 130-139.

2005

Berner, Daniel and Blanckenhorn, W. U. and Körner, Christian. (2005) Grasshoppers cope with low host plant quality by compensatory feeding and food selection : N limitation challenged. Oikos, 111, H. 3. S. 525-533.

2004

Berner, Daniel and Körner, Christian and Blanckenhorn, W. U.. (2004) Grasshopper populations across 2000 m of altitude : is there life history adaptation? Ecography, Vol. 27, H. 6. S. 733-740.