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Anniina L. K. Mattila
Anniina L. K. Mattila
Postdoctoral researcher, Finnish Museum of Natural History (LUOMUS), University of Helsinki
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High genetic load in an old isolated butterfly population
ALK Mattila, A Duplouy, M Kirjokangas, R Lehtonen, P Rastas, I Hanski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (37), E2496-E2505, 2012
822012
Flight metabolic rate has contrasting effects on dispersal in the two sexes of the Glanville fritillary butterfly
K Niitepold, ALK Mattila, PJ Harrison, I Hanski
Oecologia 165, 847-854, 2011
542011
The effect of summer drought on the predictability of local extinctions in a butterfly metapopulation
E Van Bergen, T Dallas, MF DiLeo, A Kahilainen, ALK Mattila, M Luoto, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (6), 1503-1511, 2020
432020
Heritability of flight and resting metabolic rates in the Glanville fritillary butterfly
ALK Mattila, I Hanski
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27 (8), 1733-1743, 2014
432014
Thermal biology of flight in a butterfly: genotype, flight metabolism, and environmental conditions
ALK Mattila
Ecology and Evolution 5 (23), 5539-5551, 2015
372015
Flight‐induced changes in gene expression in the Glanville fritillary butterfly
J Kvist, ALK Mattila, P Somervuo, V Ahola, P Koskinen, L Paulin, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (19), 4886-4900, 2015
372015
Effects of ambient and preceding temperatures and metabolic genes on flight metabolism in the Glanville fritillary butterfly
SC Wong, A Oksanen, ALK Mattila, R Lehtonen, K Niitepõld, I Hanski
Journal of Insect Physiology 85, 23-31, 2016
192016
Evolutionary and ecological processes influencing chemical defense variation in an aposematic and mimetic Heliconius butterfly
ALK Mattila, CD Jiggins, ØH Opedal, G Montejo-Kovacevich, ...
PeerJ, https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.11523, 2021
82021
Condition dependence in biosynthesized chemical defenses of an aposematic and mimetic Heliconius butterfly
ALK Mattila, CD Jiggins, M Saastamoinen
Ecology and Evolution 12 (6), e9041, 2022
32022
Research data supporting'Pollen-feeding delays reproductive senescence and maintains toxicity of Heliconius butterflies'
E Pinheiro De Castro, J McPherson, G Julian, A Mattila, S Bak, ...
2023
Pollen-feeding delays reproductive senescence and maintains toxicity of Heliconius erato
ECP de Castro, J McPherson, G Jullian, ALK Mattila, S Bak, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.01. 13.523799, 2023
2023
Effects of ambient and preceding temperatures and metabolic genes on flight metabolism in the Glanville fritillary butterfly.
WSC Wong SweeChong, A Oksanen, ALK Mattila, R Lehtonen, ...
2016
Flight metabolic rate and dispersal in the Glanville fritillary butterfly: from genes to populations
ALK Mattila
Helsingin yliopisto, 2014
2014
Association between molecular variation in the phosphoglucose isomerase (Pgi) locus and migration propensity in the Glanville fritillary butterfly
ALK Mattila
Helsingin yliopisto. Bio-ja ympäristötieteiden laitos, 2007
2007
High evolutionary potential in the chemical defenses of an aposematic Heliconius butterfly
ALK Mattila, CD Jiggins, ØH Opedal, G Montejo-Kovacevich, É de Castro, ...
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