Göran Erik Nilsson
Göran Erik Nilsson
Professor of Biology, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo
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Near-future carbon dioxide levels alter fish behaviour by interfering with neurotransmitter function
GE Nilsson, DL Dixson, P Domenici, MI McCormick, C Sørensen, ...
Nature Climate Change 2 (3), 201-204, 2012
4562012
Evolutionary background for stress-coping styles: relationships between physiological, behavioral, and cognitive traits in non-mammalian vertebrates
Ø Øverli, C Sørensen, KGT Pulman, TG Pottinger, W Korzan, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 31 (3), 396-412, 2007
3962007
Roles of brain monoamine neurotransmitters in agonistic behaviour and stress reactions, with particular reference to fish
S Winberg, GE Nilsson
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Pharmacology, Toxicology and …, 1993
3701993
Hypoxia induces adaptive and reversible gross morphological changes in crucian carp gills
J Sollid, P De Angelis, K Gundersen, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (20), 3667-3673, 2003
3062003
Interacting effects of elevated temperature and ocean acidification on the aerobic performance of coral reef fishes
PL Munday, NE Crawley, GE Nilsson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 388, 235-242, 2009
2712009
Hypoxic survival strategies in two fishes: extreme anoxia tolerance in the North European crucian carp and natural hypoxic preconditioning in a coral-reef shark
GE Nilsson, GMC Renshaw
Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (18), 3131-3139, 2004
2262004
Elevated temperature reduces the respiratory scope of coral reef fishes
GE Nilsson, N Crawley, IG Lunde, PL Munday
Global Change Biology 15 (6), 1405-1412, 2009
2132009
Serotonin as a regulator of hypothalamic-pituitary-interrenal activity in teleost fish
S Winberg, A Nilsson, P Hylland, V Söderstöm, GE Nilsson
Neuroscience letters 230 (2), 113-116, 1997
2061997
Gill remodeling in fish–a new fashion or an ancient secret?
GE Nilsson
Journal of experimental Biology 210 (14), 2403-2409, 2007
1972007
Contrasting strategies for anoxic brain survival--glycolysis up or down.
PL Lutz, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (2), 411-419, 1997
1941997
Temperature alters the respiratory surface area of crucian carp Carassius carassius and goldfish Carassius auratus
J Sollid, RE Weber, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (6), 1109-1116, 2005
1872005
Does size matter for hypoxia tolerance in fish?
GE Nilsson, S Östlund‐Nilsson
Biological Reviews 83 (2), 173-189, 2008
1832008
Plasticity of respiratory structures—adaptive remodeling of fish gills induced by ambient oxygen and temperature
J Sollid, GE Nilsson
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 154 (1-2), 241-251, 2006
1752006
Impact of global warming and rising CO2 levels on coral reef fishes: what hope for the future?
PL Munday, MI McCormick, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (22), 3865-3873, 2012
1582012
Acclimation to predicted ocean warming through developmental plasticity in a tropical reef fish
JM Donelson, PL Munday, MI McCORMICK, GE Nilsson
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1712-1719, 2011
1552011
Anoxia tolerant brains
GE Nilsson, PL Lutz
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 24 (5), 475-486, 2004
1532004
Surviving anoxia with the brain turned on
GE Nilsson
Physiology 16 (5), 217-221, 2001
1502001
Changes in brain serotonergic activity during hierarchic behavior in Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus L.) are socially induced
S Winberg, GE Nilsson, KH Olsén
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 170 (1), 93-99, 1992
1481992
Behavioral indicators of stress-coping style in rainbow trout: do males and females react differently to novelty?
Ø Øverli, C Sørensen, GE Nilsson
Physiology & Behavior 87 (3), 506-512, 2006
1442006
Temperature regulates hypoxia-inducible factor-1 (HIF-1) in a poikilothermic vertebrate, crucian carp (Carassius carassius)
E Rissanen, HK Tranberg, J Sollid, GE Nilsson, M Nikinmaa
Journal of experimental biology 209 (6), 994-1003, 2006
1412006
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