Thomas Madsen
Thomas Madsen
Professor in Evolutionary Ecology
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Restoration of an inbred adder population
T Madsen, R Shine, M Olsson, H Wittzell
Nature 402 (6757), 34-35, 1999
Why do female adders copulate so frequently?
T Madsen, R Shine, J Loman, T Håkansson
Nature 355 (6359), 440-441, 1992
Is sperm really so cheap? Costs of reproduction in male adders, Vipera berus
M Olsson, T Madsen, R Shine
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
Inbreeding depression in an isolated population of adders Vipera berus
T Madsen, B Stille, R Shine
Biological conservation 75 (2), 113-118, 1996
Silver spoons and snake body sizes: prey availability early in life influences long‐term growth rates of free‐ranging pythons
T Madsen, R Shine
Journal of animal ecology 69 (6), 952-958, 2000
Sexual dimorphism in lizard body shape: the roles of sexual selection and fecundity selection
M Olsson, R Shine, E Wapstra, B Ujvari, T Madsen
Evolution 56 (7), 1538-1542, 2002
Major histocompatibility complex and mate choice in sand lizards
M Olsson, T Madsen, J Nordby, E Wapstra, B Ujvari, H Wittsell
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
Sexual selection and sperm competition in reptiles
M Olsson, T Madsen
Sperm competition and sexual selection, 503-577, 1998
Sperm selection by females
M Olsson, R Shine, T Madsen, A Gullberg, H Tegelström
Nature 383 (6601), 585-585, 1996
Seasonal migration of predators and prey‐‐A study of pythons and rats in tropical Australia
T Madsen, R Shine
Ecology 77 (1), 149-156, 1996
Movements, home range size and habitat use of radio-tracked grass snakes (Natrix natrix) in southern Sweden
T Madsen
Copeia, 707-713, 1984
Is thermoregulation unimportant for most reptiles? An example using water pythons (Liasis fuscus) in tropical Australia
R Shine, T Madsen
Physiological Zoology 69 (2), 252-269, 1996
Phenotypic plasticity in body sizes and sexual size dimorphism in European grass snakes
T Madsen, R Shine
Evolution, 321-325, 1993
The influence of nest temperatures and maternal brooding on hatchling phenotypes in water pythons
R Shine, TRL Madsen, MJ Elphick, PS Harlow
Ecology 78 (6), 1713-1721, 1997
Determinants of mating success in male adders, Vipera berus
T Madsen, R Shine, J Loman, T Håkansson
Animal Behaviour 45 (3), 491-499, 1993
High Prevalence of Hepatozoon Spp. (Apicomplexa, Hepatozoidae) Infection in Water Pythons (Liasis fuscus) From Tropical Australia
B Ujvari, T Madsen, M Olsson
Journal of parasitology 90 (3), 670-672, 2004
Female choice on male quantitative traits in lizards—why is it so rare?
M Olsson, T Madsen
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36, 179-184, 1995
Prey abundance and predator reproduction: rats and pythons on a tropical Australian floodplain
R Shine, T Madsen
Ecology 78 (4), 1078-1086, 1997
Costs of reproduction in a population of European adders
T Madsen, R Shine
Oecologia 94, 488-495, 1993
Breeding pond fidelity in the common toad, Bufo bufo
CJ Reading, J Loman, T Madsen
Journal of Zoology 225 (2), 201-211, 1991
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