David Berger
David Berger
Researcher at the Department of Ecology and Genetics, Uppsala University
Verified email at ebc.uu.se
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What limits insect fecundity? Body size‐and temperature‐dependent egg maturation and oviposition in a butterfly
D Berger, R Walters, K Gotthard
Functional Ecology 22 (3), 523-529, 2008
Intralocus Sexual Conflict and Environmental Stress
D Berger, K Grieshop, MI Lind, J Goenaga, AA Maklakov, G Arnqvist
Evolution 68 (8), 2184-2196, 2014
What keeps insects small? Time limitation during oviposition reduces the fecundity benefit of female size in a butterfly
K Gotthard, D Berger, R Walters
The American Naturalist 169 (6), 768-779, 2007
What keeps insects small?—Size dependent predation on two species of butterfly larvae
D Berger, R Walters, K Gotthard
Evolutionary Ecology 20 (6), 575, 2006
Forecasting extinction risk of ectotherms under climate warming: an evolutionary perspective
RJ Walters, WU Blanckenhorn, D Berger
Functional Ecology 26 (6), 1324-1338, 2012
Quantitative genetic divergence and standing genetic (co) variance in thermal reaction norms along latitude
D Berger, E Postma, WU Blanckenhorn, RJ Walters
Evolution 67 (8), 2385-2399, 2013
Mating success of resident versus non-resident males in a territorial butterfly
M Bergman, K Gotthard, D Berger, M Olofsson, DJ Kemp, C Wiklund
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1618), 1659-1665, 2007
Intralocus sexual conflict and the tragedy of the commons in seed beetles
D Berger, I Martinossi-Allibert, K Grieshop, MI Lind, AA Maklakov, ...
The American Naturalist 188 (4), E98-E112, 2016
Habitat choice precedes host plant choice–niche separation in a species pair of a generalist and a specialist butterfly
M Friberg, M Olofsson, D Berger, B Karlsson, C Wiklund
Oikos 117 (9), 1337-1344, 2008
Time stress, predation risk and diurnal–nocturnal foraging trade-offs in larval prey
D Berger, K Gotthard
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (10), 1655-1663, 2008
Multivariate intralocus sexual conflict in seed beetles
D Berger, EC Berg, W Widegren, G Arnqvist, AA Maklakov
Evolution, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.11, 2014
High temperatures reveal cryptic genetic variation in a polymorphic female sperm storage organ
D Berger, SS Bauerfeind, WU Blanckenhorn, MA Schäfer
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (10), 2830-2842, 2011
Strong sexual selection in males against a mutation load that reduces offspring production in seed beetles
K Grieshop, J Stångberg, I Martinossi‐Allibert, G Arnqvist, D Berger
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (6), 1201-1210, 2016
Experimental evolution for generalists and specialists reveals multivariate genetic constraints on thermal reaction norms
D Berger, RJ Walters, WU Blanckenhorn
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27 (9), 1975-1989, 2014
Intraspecific variation in body size and the rate of reproduction in female insects–adaptive allometry or biophysical constraint?
D Berger, M Olofsson, M Friberg, B Karlsson, C Wiklund, K Gotthard
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (6), 1244-1258, 2012
Plastic and evolutionary responses to heat stress in a temperate dung fly: negative correlation between basal and induced heat tolerance?
T Esperk, A Kjaersgaard, RJ Walters, D Berger, WU Blanckenhorn
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (5), 900-915, 2016
Sex‐specific selection under environmental stress in seed beetles
I Martinossi‐Allibert, G Arnqvist, D Berger
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (1), 161-173, 2017
Ecological constraints on female fitness in a phytophagous insect
D Berger, M Olofsson, K Gotthard, C Wiklund, M Friberg
The American Naturalist 180 (4), 464-480, 2012
The diapause decision as a cascade switch for adaptive developmental plasticity in body mass in a butterfly
K Gotthard, D Berger
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (6), 1129-1137, 2010
The evolution of alternative developmental pathways: Footprints of selection on life‐history traits in a butterfly
IM Aalberg Haugen, D Berger, K Gotthard
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (7), 1377-1388, 2012
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