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Frode Jacobsen
Frode Jacobsen
Research Associate, Biological Sciences, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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Extrapair mating between relatives in the barn swallow: a role for kin selection?
O Kleven, F Jacobsen, RJ Robertson, JT Lifjeld
Biology Letters 1 (4), 389-392, 2005
852005
Male tail streamer length predicts fertilization success in the North American barn swallow (Hirundo rustica erythrogaster)
O Kleven, F Jacobsen, R Izadnegahdar, RJ Robertson, JT Lifjeld
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59, 412-418, 2006
752006
Age before beauty? Relationships between fertilization success and age-dependent ornaments in barn swallows
JT Lifjeld, O Kleven, F Jacobsen, KJ McGraw, RJ Safran, RJ Robertson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65, 1687-1697, 2011
482011
Significant genetic admixture after reintroduction of peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) in Southern Scandinavia
F Jacobsen, M Nesje, L Bachmann, JT Lifjeld
Conservation Genetics 9, 581-591, 2008
472008
Species tree inference in a recent radiation of orioles (Genus Icterus): multiple markers and methods reveal cytonuclear discordance in the northern oriole group
F Jacobsen, KE Omland
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 61 (2), 460-469, 2011
432011
Congruence between nuclear and mitochondrial DNA: combination of multiple nuclear introns resolves a well-supported phylogeny of New World orioles (Icterus)
F Jacobsen, NR Friedman, KE Omland
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 56 (1), 419-427, 2010
422010
Colonization of South America from Caribbean islands confirmed by molecular phylogeny with increased taxon sampling
RJ Sturge, F Jacobsen, BB Rosensteel, RJ Neale, KE Omland
The Condor 111 (3), 575-579, 2009
292009
Increasing evidence of the role of gene flow in animal evolution: hybrid speciation in the yellow‐rumped warbler complex
F Jacobsen, KE Omland
Molecular Ecology 20 (11), 2236-2239, 2011
282011
Extensive introgressive hybridization within the northern oriole group (Genus Icterus) revealed by three‐species isolation with migration analysis
F Jacobsen, KE Omland
Ecology and Evolution 2 (10), 2413-2429, 2012
242012
No evidence of paternal genetic contribution to nestling cell-mediated immunity in the North American barn swallow
O Kleven, F Jacobsen, R Izadnegahdar, RJ Robertson, JT Lifjeld
Animal Behaviour 71 (4), 839-845, 2006
232006
Coalescent analyses show isolation without migration in two closely related tropical orioles: the case of Icterus graduacauda and Icterus chrysater
N Cortés‐Rodríguez, F Jacobsen, BE Hernandez‐Baños, ...
Ecology and Evolution 3 (13), 4377-4387, 2013
152013
Diversity and Host Plant-Use in North American Phytomyza Holly Leafminers (Diptera: Agromyzidae): Colonization, Divergence, and Specificity in a Host …
SJ Scheffer, ML Lewis, JB Hébert, F Jacobsen
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 114 (1), 59-69, 2021
102021
When older males sire more offspring—Increased attractiveness or higher fertility?
JT Lifjeld, O Kleven, F Fossøy, F Jacobsen, T Laskemoen, G Rudolfsen, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 76 (5), 61, 2022
92022
Challenges to Inferring Evolutionary Relationships of Closely-related Species: Multilocus Approaches Resolve the Evolutionary History of New World Orioles (Icterus)
F Jacobsen
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2011
12011
Correction to: When Older Males Sire More Offspring—Increased Attractiveness or Higher Fertility?
JT Lifjeld, K Oddmund, F Frode, F Jacobsen, L Terje, R Geir, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 76 (5), 2022
2022
Extensive introgressive hybridization within the northern oriole group (Genus Icterus) revealed by three‐species isolation with migration analysis
KE Omland, F Jacobsen
UMBC Faculty Collection, 2012
2012
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O Kleven, F Jacobsen, RJ Robertson, JT Lifjeld
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