• Are we underestimating the occurrence of sympatric populations? 

      Jorde, Per Erik; Andersson, Anastasia; Ryman, Nils; Laikre, Linda (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Sympatric populations are conspecific populations that coexist spatially. They are of interest in evolutionary biology by representing the potential first steps of sympatric speciation and are important to identify and ...
    • Complex genetic diversity patterns of cryptic, sympatric brown trout (Salmo trutta) populations in tiny mountain lakes 

      Andersson, Anastasia; Jansson, Eeva; Wennerström, Lovisa; Chiriboga, Fidel; Arnyasi, Mariann; Kent, Matthew Peter; Ryman, Nils; Laikre, Linda (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
    • Genetic mixed-stock analysis of Atlantic herring populations in a mixed feeding area 

      Bekkevold, Dorte; Clausen, Lotte A. W.; Mariani, Stefano; André, Carl; Hatfield, Emma M. C.; Torstensen, Else; Ryman, Nils; Carvalho, Gary R.; Ruzzante, Daniel E. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011-12-05)
      Determining spatio-temporal distributions of fish populations is of interest to marine ecology, in general, and to fisheries science in particular. Genetic mixed-stock analysis is routinely applied in several anadromous ...
    • The genetic basis for ecological adaptation of the Atlantic herring revealed by genome sequencing 

      Barrio, Alvaro Martinez; Lamichhaney, Sangeet; Fan, Guangyi; Rafati, Nima; Pettersson, Mats; Zhang, He; Dainat, Jacques; Ekman, Diana; Höppner, Marc P.; Jern, Patric; Martin, Marcel; Nystedt, Björn; Liu, Xin; Chen, Wenbin; Liang, Xinming; Shi, Chengcheng; Fu, Yuanyuan; Ma, Kailong; Zhan, Xiao; Feng, Chungang; Gustafson, Ulla; Rubin, Carl-Johan; Almén, Markus Sällman; Blass, Martina; Casini, Michele; Folkvord, Arild; Laikre, Linda; Ryman, Nils; Lee, Simon Ming-Yuen; Xu, Xun; Andersson, Leif (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-05-03)
      Ecological adaptation is of major relevance to speciation and sustainable population management, but the underlying genetic factors are typically hard to study in natural populations due to genetic differentiation caused ...