Johan Hojesjo
Johan Hojesjo
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Hatchery selection promotes boldness in newly hatched brown trout (Salmo trutta): implications for dominance
LF Sundström, E Petersson, J Höjesjö, JI Johnsson, T Järvi
Behavioral Ecology 15 (2), 192-198, 2004
Behavioural and heart rate responses to predation risk in wild and domesticated Atlantic salmon
JI Johnsson, J Höjesjö, IA Fleming
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (4), 788-794, 2001
Density‐dependent growth in brown trout: effects of introducing wild and hatchery fish
T Bohlin, LF Sundström, JI Johnsson, J Höjesjö, J Pettersson
Journal of Animal Ecology 71 (4), 683-692, 2002
The importance of being familiar: individual recognition and social behavior in sea trout (Salmo trutta)
J Höjesjö, JI Johnsson, E Petersson, T Järvi
Behavioral Ecology 9 (5), 445-451, 1998
Coping with divided attention: the advantage of familiarity
SW Griffiths, S Brockmark, J Höjesjö, JI Johnsson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Habitat complexity reduces the growth of aggressive and dominant brown trout (Salmo trutta) relative to subordinates
J Höjesjö, J Johnsson, T Bohlin
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56 (3), 286-289, 2004
Can laboratory studies on dominance predict fitness of young brown trout in the wild?
J Höjesjö, JI Johnsson, T Bohlin
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52 (2), 102-108, 2002
Behavioural and heart rate responses to food limitation and predation risk: an experimental study on rainbow trout
J Höjesjö, JI Johnsson, M Axelsson
Journal of Fish Biology 55 (5), 1009-1019, 1999
Movement and home range in relation to dominance; a telemetry study on brown trout Salmo trutta
J Höjesjö, F Økland, LF Sundström, J Pettersson, JI Johnsson
Journal of Fish Biology 70 (1), 257-268, 2007
Linking lab activity with growth and movement in the wild: explaining pace-of-life in a trout stream
L Závorka, D Aldvén, J Näslund, J Höjesjö, JI Johnsson
Behavioral Ecology 26 (3), 877-884, 2015
Density‐dependent growth rate in an age‐structured population: a field study on stream‐dwelling brown trout Salmo trutta
R Kaspersson, J Höjesjö
Journal of Fish Biology 74 (10), 2196-2215, 2009
Effects of density on foraging success and aggression in age-structured groups of brown trout
R Kaspersson, J Höjesjö, S Pedersen
Animal Behaviour 79 (3), 709-715, 2010
Sneaky feeding by salmon in sympatry with dominant brown trout
J Höjesjö, JD Armstrong, SW Griffiths
Animal Behaviour 69 (5), 1037-1041, 2005
Competition between brown trout and Atlantic salmon parr over pool refuges during rapid dewatering
L Stradmeyer, J Höjesjö, SW Griffiths, DJ Gilvear, JD Armstrong
Journal of Fish Biology 72 (4), 848-860, 2008
A fully implantable multi-channel biotelemetry system for measurement of blood flow and temperature: a first evaluation in the green sturgeon
A Gräns, M Axelsson, K Pitsillides, C Olsson, J Höjesjö, RC Kaufman, ...
Hydrobiologia 619 (1), 11, 2009
Behavioural syndromes in juvenile brown trout (Salmo trutta); life history, family variation and performance in the wild
J Höjesjö, B Adriaenssens, T Bohlin, C Jönsson, I Hellström, JI Johnsson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (9), 1801, 2011
Heart rate responses to predation risk in Salmo trutta are affected by the rearing environment
LF Sundström, E Petersson, JI Johnsson, J Dannewitz, J Höjesjö, T Järvi
Journal of Fish Biology 67 (5), 1280-1286, 2005
Habitat exclusion and reduced growth: a field experiment on the effects of inter-cohort competition in young-of-the-year brown trout
R Kaspersson, J Höjesjö, T Bohlin
Oecologia 169 (3), 733-742, 2012
Growth enhanced brown trout show increased movement activity in the wild
L Sundt‐Hansen, L Neregård, S Einum, J Höjesjö, BT Björnsson, ...
Functional Ecology 23 (3), 551-558, 2009
Inactive trout come out at night: behavioral variation, circadian activity, and fitness in the wild
L Závorka, D Aldvén, J Näslund, J Höjesjö, JI Johnsson
Ecology 97 (9), 2223-2231, 2016
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