Endre Willassen
Endre Willassen
Professor emeritus of Zoology, University of Bergen, Norway
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DNA barcode reference libraries for the monitoring of aquatic biota in Europe: Gap-analysis and recommendations for future work
H Weigand, AJ Beermann, F Čiampor, FO Costa, Z Csabai, S Duarte, ...
Science of the Total Environment 678, 499-524, 2019
A comprehensive DNA sequence library is essential for identification with DNA barcodes
T Ekrem, E Willassen, E Stur
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 43 (2), 530-542, 2007
Chironomids as a tool for inferring Holocene climate: an assessment based on six sites in southern Scandinavia
G Velle, SJ Brooks, HJB Birks, E Willassen
Quaternary Science Reviews 24 (12-13), 1429-1462, 2005
What can biological barcoding do for marine biology?
C Schander, E Willassen
Marine Biology Research 1 (1), 79-83, 2005
Midges as quantitative temperature indicator species: Lessons for palaeoecology
G Velle, KP Brodersen, HJB Birks, E Willassen
The Holocene 20 (6), 989-1002, 2010
The disunity of “Mysidacea”(Crustacea)
K Meland, E Willassen
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44 (3), 1083-1104, 2007
Local scale DNA barcoding of bivalves (Mollusca): a case study
NT Mikkelsen, C Schander, E Willassen
Zoologica Scripta 36 (5), 455-463, 2007
Phylogenetic utility of five genes for dipteran phylogeny: a test case in the Chironomidae leads to generic synonymies
T Ekrem, E Willassen, E Stur
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 57 (2), 561-571, 2010
Mitogenomic sequences and evidence from unique gene rearrangements corroborate evolutionary relationships of myctophiformes (Neoteleostei)
JY Poulsen, I Byrkjedal, E Willassen, D Rees, H Takeshima, TP Satoh, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 13, 1-22, 2013
Effects of within-lake variability of fossil assemblages on quantitative chironomid-inferred temperature reconstruction
O Heiri, HJB Birks, SJ Brooks, G Velle, E Willassen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 199 (1-2), 95-106, 2003
Larval head capsules of European Micropsectra, Paratanytarsus and Tanytarsus (Diptera: Chironomidae: Tanytarsini). Version 1.0
O Heiri, T Ekrem, E Willassen
Bedbugs evolved before their bat hosts and did not co-speciate with ancient humans
S Roth, O Balvín, MT Siva-Jothy, O Di Iorio, P Benda, O Calva, EI Faundez, ...
Current Biology 29 (11), 1847-1853. e4, 2019
Lumping lumpsuckers: molecular and morphological insights into the taxonomic status of Eumicrotremus spinosus (Fabricius, 1776) and Eumicrotremus eggvinii Koefoed, 1956 …
I Byrkjedal, DJ Rees, E Willassen
Journal of Fish Biology 71, 111-131, 2007
Phylogenetic evidence that both ancient vicariance and dispersal have contributed to the biogeographic patterns of anchialine cave shrimps
JA Jurado-Rivera, J Pons, F Alvarez, A Botello, WF Humphreys, TJ Page, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 2852, 2017
Afrotropical montane midges (Diptera, Chironomidae, Diamesa)
E Willassen, PS Cranston
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 87 (2), 91-123, 1986
Exploring Tanytarsini relationships (Diptera: Chironomidae) using mitochondrial COII gene sequences
T Ekrem, E Willassen
Insect Systematics & Evolution 35 (3), 263-276, 2004
Four new species of Diamesa Meigen, 1835 (Diptera, Chironomidae) from glaciers of Nepal
OA Sćther, E Willassen
Entomol. Scand. 29, 189-203, 1987
Vibrio tapetis-like strain isolated from introduced Manila clams Ruditapes philippinarum showing symptoms of brown ring disease in Norway
C Paillard, K Korsnes, P Le Chevalier, C Le Boulay, L Harkestad, ...
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 81 (2), 153-161, 2008
Species composition of beetles (Coleoptera) in the bracket fungi Piptoporus betulinus and Fomes fomentarius (Aphyllophorales: Polyporaceae): an explorative …
KH Thunes, E Willassen
Journal of Natural history 31 (3), 471-486, 1997
The chironomid (Diptera) communities in two sediment cores from Store Hovvatn, S. Norway, an acidified lake
ŘA Schnell, E Willassen
Annales de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology 32 (1), 45-61, 1996
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