Barbara Keller
Barbara Keller
Research associate, University of Zürich
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Hybridization and speciation
R Abbott, D Albach, S Ansell, JW Arntzen, SJE Baird, N Bierne, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (2), 229-246, 2013
Nonrandom sexual reproduction and diapausing egg production in a Daphnia hybrid species complex
B Keller, P Spaak
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (4part2), 1393-1400, 2004
Microsatellite markers for European Daphnia
N Brede, A Thielsch, C Sandrock, P Spaak, B Keller, B Streit, K Schwenk
Molecular Ecology Notes 6 (2), 536-539, 2006
Spatial, environmental and anthropogenic effects on the taxon composition of hybridizing Daphnia
B Keller, J Wolinska, M Manca, P Spaak
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
Heterostyly promotes disassortative pollination and reduces sexual interference in Darwin's primroses: Evidence from experimental studies
B Keller, JD Thomson, E Conti
Functional Ecology 28 (6), 1413-1425, 2014
Presence versus absence of CYP734A50 underlies the style-length dimorphism in primroses
CN Huu, C Kappel, B Keller, A Sicard, Y Takebayashi, H Breuninger, ...
eLife 5, e17956, 2016
Reproductive isolation keeps hybridizing Daphnia species distinct
B Keller, J Wolinska, C Tellenbach, P Spaak
Limnology and oceanography 52 (3), 984-991, 2007
Parasite survey of a Daphnia hybrid complex: host-specificity and environment determine infection
J Wolinska, B Keller, M Manca, P Spaak
Journal of Animal Ecology, 191-200, 2007
Reproductive implications of herkogamy in homostylous primroses: variation during anthesis and reproductive assurance in alpine environments
JM de Vos, B Keller, ST Isham, S Kelso, E Conti
Functional Ecology 26 (4), 854-865, 2012
Decrease of sexual organ reciprocity between heterostylous primrose species, with possible functional and evolutionary implications
B Keller, JM de Vos, E Conti
Annals of Botany 110 (6), 1233-1244, 2012
Phylogenetic analysis of Primula section Primula reveals rampant non-monophyly among morphologically distinct species
AN Schmidt-Lebuhn, JM de Vos, B Keller, E Conti
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 65 (1), 23-34, 2012
Habitat structure and Trichoptera diversity in two headwater flood plains, NE Italy
DB Arscott, B Keller, K Tockner, JV Ward
International Review of Hydrobiology: A Journal Covering all Aspects of …, 2003
Do parasites lower Daphnia hybrid fitness?
J Wolinska, B Keller, K Bittner, S Lass, P Spaak
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (4part2), 1401-1407, 2004
Anthropogenic eutrophication shapes the past and present taxonomic composition of hybridizing Daphnia in unproductive lakes
C Rellstab, B Keller, S Girardclos, FS Anselmetti, P Spaak
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (1), 292-302, 2011
Ephippia and Daphnia abundances under changing trophic conditions
B Keller, H Rudolf Bürgi, M Sturm, P Spaak
Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie …, 2002
The measure and mismeasure of reciprocity in heterostylous flowers
WS Armbruster, GH Bolstad, TF Hansen, B Keller, E Conti, C Pélabon
New Phytologist 215 (2), 906-917, 2017
Intra-specific rDNA-ITS restriction site variation and an improved protocol to distinguish species and hybrids in the Daphnia longispina complex
M Skage, A Hobæk, Š Ruthová, B Keller, A Petrusek, J Sed’a, P Spaak
Hydrobiologia 594 (1), 19-32, 2007
Low genetic diversity and high levels of inbreeding in the Sinai primrose (Primula boveana), a species on the brink of extinction
A Jiménez, H Mansour, B Keller, E Conti
Plant Systematics and Evolution, 1-10, 2013
Long-term changes in functional properties and biodiversity of plankton in Lake Greifensee (Switzerland) in response to phosphorus reduction
HR Bürgi, H Bührer, B Keller
Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 6 (2), 147-158, 2003
Both morph‐and species‐dependent asymmetries affect reproductive barriers between heterostylous species
B Keller, JM Vos, AN Schmidt‐Lebuhn, JD Thomson, E Conti
Ecology and Evolution 6 (17), 6223-6244, 2016
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