Nikolas Vellnow
Nikolas Vellnow
Postdoc, Department of Evolutionary Biology, Bielefeld University, Germany
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
The effect of epistasis on sexually antagonistic genetic variation
G Arnqvist, N Vellnow, L Rowe
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1787), 20140489, 2014
Sex‐specific inbreeding depression depends on the strength of male–male competition
T Janicke, N Vellnow, V Sarda, P David
Evolution 67 (10), 2861-2875, 2013
Inbreeding depression of mating behavior and its reproductive consequences in a freshwater snail
T Janicke, N Vellnow, T Lamy, E Chapuis, P David
Behavioral Ecology 25 (2), 288-299, 2014
Bigger testes increase paternity in a simultaneous hermaphrodite, independently of the sperm competition level
N Vellnow, L Marie‐Orleach, KS Zadesenets, L Schärer
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (2), 180-196, 2018
No evidence for strong cytonuclear conflict over sex allocation in a simultaneously hermaphroditic flatworm
N Vellnow, DB Vizoso, G Viktorin, L Schärer
BMC evolutionary biology 17 (1), 1-14, 2017
Variation in sex allocation plasticity in three closely related flatworm species
P Singh, N Vellnow, L Schärer
Ecology and evolution 10 (1), 26-37, 2020
The repeatable opportunity for selection differs between pre‐and postcopulatory fitness components
L Marie‐Orleach, N Vellnow, L Schärer
Evolution letters 5 (1), 101-114, 2021
On the maintenance of sexually antagonistic genetic variation
N Vellnow
MSc Thesis, Uppsala University.(http://www. ibg. uu. se/), 2012
Genotype‐by‐environment interactions for precopulatory mate guarding in a lek‐mating insect
N Vellnow, S Schindler, T Schmoll
Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Sexual selection and sex allocation in a simultaneous hermaphrodite: examining phenotypic and genetic influences
N Vellnow
University_of_Basel, 2017
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–10