Fabrice Eroukhmanoff

Peer-reviewed Publications

1. Svensson, E. I., Eroukhmanoff, F. & M. Friberg,. 2006. Effects of natural and sexual selection on adaptive population divergence and premating isolation in a damselfly. Evolution 60:1242-1253.

2. Svensson, E.I., Karlsson, K., Friberg, M & F. Eroukhmanoff. 2007. Gender differences in species recognition and the evolution of asymmetric sexual isolation. Curr. Biol. 17: 1-5.

3. Eroukhmanoff, F. & E. I. Svensson. 2008. Phenotypic integration and conserved covariance structure in calopterygid damselflies. J. Evol. Biol. 21: 514-526.

4. Eroukhmanoff, F., Hargeby, A., Nowshiravani Arnberg N., Hellgren, O., Bensch, S. & E. I. Svensson. 2009. Parallelism and historical contingency during rapid ecotype divergence in an isopod. J. Evol. Biol. 22: 1098-1110.

5. Eroukhmanoff, F., Outomuro, D., Ocharan, F. J. & E. I.Svensson. 2009. Patterns of phenotypic divergence in the wing covariance structure of calopterygid damselflies. Evol. Biol. 36:214-224.

6. Eroukhmanoff, F. 2009. Just how much is the G-matrix actually constraining adaptation? Evol. Biol. 36:323-326.

7. Eroukhmanoff, F. & E. I.Svensson. 2009. Contemporary parallel diversification, antipredator adaptations and phenotiypic integration in an aquatic isopod. PLoS ONE 4(7): e6173. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006173.

8. Eroukhmanoff, F., Hargeby, A., & E. I. Svensson. 2009. Rapid adaptive divergence between ecotypes of an aquatic isopod inferred from FST-QSTanalyses. Mol.Ecol. 18:4912–4923.

9. Svensson, E. I., Eroukhmanoff F., Karlsson, K., Runemark, A. and A. Brodin. 2010. A role for learning in population divergence of mate preference. Evolution 64:3101-3113 (Cover on the left).

10. K. Karlsson, F. Eroukhmanoff & E. I. Svensson. 2010. Phenotypic Plasticity towards the Social Environment: Effects of Density and Sex Ratio on Mating Behaviour Following Ecotype Divergence. PLoS ONE 5(9): e12755. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0012755

11. K. Karlsson, F. Eroukhmanoff, R. Härdling & E. I. Svensson. 2010. Parallel divergence in mating behaviour in an aquatic isopod. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12: 2540-2549.

12. Eroukhmanoff, F. & E.I. Svensson. 2011. Evolution and stability of the G-matrix during colonization of a novel environement. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1363-1373.

13. Eroukhmanoff, F., Hargeby, A., & E. I. Svensson. 2011. The importance of different reproductive barriers during phenotypic divergence in isopod ecotypes. Evolution 65: 2631-2640.

14. S. Harris, F. Eroukhmanoff, K. Karlsson, E. I. Svensson & L. B. Pettersson. 2011. Changes in behavioural trait integration following rapid ecotype divergence in an aquatic isopod. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1887-1896.

15. Abbott, P. et al. 2013. Hybridization and speciation. Target Review, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 229-246.

16. Eroukhmanoff, F., Hermansen, J. S., Bailey, R. I., Saether, S. A. and G.-P. Saetre. 2012. Local adaptation within a hybrid species. Heredity 111: 286-292.

17. Eroukhmanoff, F., Bailey, R.I., Sætre, G.-P. 2013. Hybridization and genome evolution I: The role of contingency during hybrid speciation. Current Zoology 59: 667-674 (Cover on the left).

18. Bailey, R.I., Eroukhmanoff, F., Sætre, G.-P. 2013. Hybridization and genome evolution II: Mechanisms of species divergence and their effects on evolution in hybrids. Current Zoology 59: 675-685.

19. Seehausen et al. (including F. Eroukhmanoff). 2014. Genomics and the origin of species. Nature Reviews Genetics 15, 176–192.

20. Eroukhmanoff, F., Elgvin, T.O., Gonzalez Rojas, M. F., Haas, F., Hermansen, J.S. and G.-P. Saetre. 2014. Effects of species interaction on beak integration in an avian hybrid species complex. Evolutionary Biology DOI 10.1007/s11692-014-9278-3.

21. Cramer, E.R.A., Laskemoen, T., Eroukhmanoff, F., Haas, F., Hermansen, J.S.,Lifjeld, J., Rowe, M., Sætre, G.-P-, Johnsen, A. 2014.Testing for potential post-mating pre-zygotic isolation in a passerine species pair. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.

22. Green Karlsson, K, Eroukhmanoff, F, Harris, S, Pettersson, L B, Svensson, EI. 2015. Rapid changes in genetic architecture of behavioural syndromes following colonisation of a novel environment. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

23. Experimental evidence for ovarian hypofunction in sparrow hybrids. Eroukhmanoff F., Rowe M., Cramer, ERA. Haas F., Hermansen JS., Runemark AR., Johnsen, A., SætreG-P. Avian Research 7, 3, DOI: 10.1186/s40657-016-0038-1.

24. Rapid adaptive phenotypic changes following colonization of a newly restored habitat. Lo Cascio Sætre, C., Coleiro, C., Austad, M., Gauci, M., Sætre, G.-P., Voje, KL., Eroukhmanoff, F. Nature Communications (in press).

25. Cognitive Character Displacement. Sætre, G.-P., Cuevas, A., Hermansen JS., Pineiro, L., Elgvin TO., Eroukhmanoff F. Submitted.

26. Genomic Conflict Resolution in a Hybrid Species. Eroukhmanoff, F., Bailey, R.I., Elgvin, T.O., Hermansen, J.S., Runemark, A., Trier, C.N., Sætre, G.-P. In Revision.

R.I. Bailey, F. Eroukhmanoff, T.F. Hansen & G.P. Sætre. Transgressive adaptation and evolvability in a hybrid zone between the hybrid Italian sparrow and its parent species the house sparrow. In Prep.

F. Eroukhmanoff, R.I. Bailey, Runemark A., T-F- Hansen, G-P Sætre. Evolvability of a hybrid species compared to its parent species. In Prep.

Eroukhmanoff, F. 2006. Comparative quantitative genetics : genetic constraints
on phenotypic evolution? Introductory paper, Department of Animal Ecology,
Lund University, 182: 1100-1844.

Eroukhmanoff, F. 2009. The interplay between selection and constraints on phenotypic evolution and adaptive divergence. PhD Thesis, Department of Animal Ecology, Lund University. ISBN: 978-91-7105-304-6.


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