Utilisateur·rice

Michael • Kopp
Professeur (PR) • Affiliation : Aix-Marseille Université (AMU)
Site : Saint-Charles • Bureau : • Etage du bureau : •

ALEA-BMA-MEB (équipe BioMath Alea - Mathématiques, Évolution, Biologie)

Groupe(s) scientifiques(s) de l'utilisateur :

Rechercher mots clef :
    Sexual selection Science of science Speciation Citation network Theory Self-referent phenotype matching Imprinting

Thématiques scientifiques :
  • Mathematics for Evolution and Biology
  • Modelization, equations related to biology
  • Probabilities
  • Statistic

Publications HAL

2020/05 - Dark Matter properties through cosmic history

2018/11 Journal of Mathematical Biology - Phenotypic lag and population extinction in the moving-optimum model: insights from a small-jumps limit

2018/10 Bioscience - Theory Meets Empiry: A Citation Network Analysis

2018/01 American Naturalist - Mechanisms of Assortative Mating in Speciation with Gene Flow: Connecting Theory and Empirical Research

2015/08 Scientific Reports - Density-dependent adjustment of inducible defenses

2015/06 Genetics - Catch Me if You Can: Adaptation from Standing Genetic Variation to a Moving Phenotypic Optimum

2014/09 Evolution - International Journal of Organic Evolution - Fisher'S geometric model with a moving optimum.

2014/01 Molecular Ecology - The more the better - polyandry and genetic similarity are positively linked to reproductive success in a natural population of terrestrial salamanders (Salamandra salamandra).

2014/01 Evolutionary Applications - Rapid evolution of quantitative traits: theoretical perspectives.

2013/12 American Naturalist - Three modes of adaptive speciation in spatially structured populations.

2013/10 Physical Review D - Spherical collapse and halo mass function in f ( R ) theories

2012/06 Current zoology - Sexual selection and magic traits in speciation with gene flow

2012/06 Current zoology - A robust new metric of phenotypic distance to estimate and compare multiple trait differences among populations

2012/01 Trends in Ecology and Evolution - Magic traits, pleiotropy and effect sizes: a response to Haller et al.


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