Nummer Referens
127 Hansson B, Westerdahl H, Hasselquist D, Åkesson M, Bensch S. 2004. Does linkage disequilibrium generate heterozygosity-fitness correlations in great reed warblers? Evolution 58:870-879.
126 Hansson B, Hasselquist D, Bensch S. 2004. Do female great reed warblers seek extra-pair fertilizations to avoid inbreeding? Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, B (suppl) 271:S290-S292.
125 Waldenström J, Hasselquist D, Bensch S. 2004. A new nested polymerase chain reaction method very efficient in detecting Plasmodium and Haemoproteus infections from avian blood. Journal of Parasitology 90:191-194.
124 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D. 2003. Heritability of dispersal in the great reed warbler. Ecology Letters 6:290-294.
123 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 2002. Årgång 18, 2003(1), 64 s. Örebro.
122 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D. 2003. A new approach to study dispersal: immigration of novel alleles reveals female-biased dispersal in great reed warblers. Molecular Ecology 12:631-637.
121 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D. 2002. Predictors of natal dispersal in great reed warblers: results from small and large census areas. Journal of Avian Biology 33:311-314.
120 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 2001. Årgång 17, 2002(2), 64 s. Örebro.
119 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D, Nielsen B. 2002. Restricted dispersal in a long-distance migrant bird with patchy distribution, the great reed warbler. Oecologia 130:536-542.
118 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D, Åkesson M. 2001. Microsatellite diversity predicts recruitment of sibling great reed warblers. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, B 268:1287-1292.
117 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 2000. Årgång 16, 2001(2), 64 s. Örebro.
116 Nowicki S, Hasselquist D, Bensch S, Peters S. 2000. Nestling growth and song repertoire size in great reed warblers: evidence for song learning as an indicator mechanism in mate choice. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B, 267:2419-2424.
115 Bensch S, Hansson B, Hasselquist D, Nielsen B. 2000. Partial albinism in a semi-isolated population of great reed warblers. Hereditas 133(2):167-170.
114 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D, Lillandt B, G, Wennerberg L, von Schantz T. 2000. Increase of genetic variation over time in recently found population of great reed warblers (Acrocephalus arundinaceus) revealed by microsatellites and DNA fingerprinting. Molecular Ecology 9:1529-1538.
113 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D. 2000. The quality and the timing hypotheses evaluated using data on great reed warblers. Oikos 90:575-581.
112 Westerdahl H, Bensch S, Hansson B, Hasselquist D, von Schantz T. 2000. Brood sex ratios, female harem status and resources for nestling provisioning in the great reed warbles (Acrocephalus arundinaceus). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 47:312-318.
111 Hasselquist D, Bensch S, von Schantz T. 2000. Så ska det låta! Forskning och framsteg(4):12-15.
110 Fåglar i Kvismaren - årsskrift 1999. Årgång 15, 2000(2), 60 s. Örebro.
109 Hasselquist D. 1999. Trastsångaren förmedlar unika kunskaper om fåglars sång. Vår Fågelvärld 58(4):8-12.
108 Hansson B, Bensch S, Hasselquist D. 2000. Patterns of nest predation contribute to polygyny in the great reed warbler. Ecology 81(2):319-328.