Ulrich Knief
Ulrich Knief
Akademischer Rat, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
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Violating the normality assumption may be the lesser of two evils
U Knief, W Forstmeier
Behavior Research Methods 53 (6), 2576-2590, 2021
The ecology and evolutionary dynamics of meiotic drive
AK Lindholm, KA Dyer, RC Firman, L Fishman, W Forstmeier, L Holman, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (4), 315-326, 2016
Discovery and population genomics of structural variation in a songbird genus
MH Weissensteiner, I Bunikis, A Catalán, KJ Francoijs, U Knief, W Heim, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 3403, 2020
Epistatic mutations under divergent selection govern phenotypic variation in the crow hybrid zone
U Knief, CM Bossu, N Saino, B Hansson, J Poelstra, N Vijay, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (4), 570-576, 2019
A sex-chromosome inversion causes strong overdominance for sperm traits that affect siring success
U Knief, W Forstmeier, Y Pei, M Ihle, D Wang, K Martin, P Opatová, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (8), 1177-1184, 2017
Fitness consequences of polymorphic inversions in the zebra finch genome
U Knief, G Hemmrich-Stanisak, M Wittig, A Franke, SC Griffith, ...
Genome biology 17 (1), 1-22, 2016
Traffic noise exposure depresses plasma corticosterone and delays offspring growth in breeding zebra finches
SA Zollinger, A Dorado-Correa, W Goymann, W Forstmeier, U Knief, ...
Conservation physiology 7 (1), coz056, 2019
Quantifying realized inbreeding in wild and captive animal populations
U Knief, G Hemmrich-Stanisak, M Wittig, A Franke, SC Griffith, ...
Heredity 114 (4), 397-403, 2015
QTL and quantitative genetic analysis of beak morphology reveals patterns of standing genetic variation in an Estrildid finch
U Knief, H Schielzeth, B Kempenaers, H Ellegren, W Forstmeier
Molecular Ecology 21 (15), 3704-3717, 2012
Association mapping of morphological traits in wild and captive zebra finches: reliable within, but not between populations
U Knief, H Schielzeth, N Backström, G Hemmrich‐Stanisak, M Wittig, ...
Molecular Ecology 26 (5), 1285-1305, 2017
Meiotic recombination shapes precision of pedigree-and marker-based estimates of inbreeding
U Knief, B Kempenaers, W Forstmeier
Heredity 118 (3), 239-248, 2017
Social interactions and interaction partners in infant orang-utans of two wild populations
M Fröhlich, J Kunz, C Fryns, S Falkner, E Rukmana, M Schuppli, U Knief, ...
Animal Behaviour 166, 183-191, 2020
Mapping centromeres of microchromosomes in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) using half-tetrad analysis
U Knief, W Forstmeier
Chromosoma 125, 757-768, 2016
Occasional paternal inheritance of the germline-restricted chromosome in songbirds
Y Pei, W Forstmeier, FJ Ruiz-Ruano, JC Mueller, J Cabrero, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (4), e2103960119, 2022
A prezygotic transmission distorter acting equally in female and male zebra finches Taeniopygia guttata
U Knief, H Schielzeth, H Ellegren, B Kempenaers, W Forstmeier
Molecular ecology 24 (15), 3846-3859, 2015
Assortative mating and epistatic mating-trait architecture induce complex movement of the crow hybrid zone
D Metzler, U Knief, JV Peñalba, JBW Wolf
Evolution 75 (12), 3154-3174, 2021
Testing the phenotype‐linked fertility hypothesis in the presence and absence of inbreeding
W Forstmeier, M Ihle, P Opatová, K Martin, U Knief, J Albrechtová, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (5), 968-976, 2017
Triploid ZZZ Zebra Finches Taeniopygia guttata exhibit abnormal sperm heads and poor reproductive performance
A Girndt, U Knief, W Forstmeier, B Kempenaers
Ibis 156 (2), 472-477, 2014
Extra‐pair paternity as a strategy to reduce the costs of heterospecific reproduction? Insights from the crow hybrid zone
U Knief, CM Bossu, JBW Wolf
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (5), 727-733, 2020
Individual variation and plasticity in the infant-directed communication of orang-utan mothers
M Fröhlich, CP van Schaik, MA van Noordwijk, U Knief
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1975), 20220200, 2022
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