Reinhard Bürger
Reinhard Bürger
Professor of Mathematics, University of Vienna
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Why intraspecific trait variation matters in community ecology
DI Bolnick, P Amarasekare, MS Araújo, R Bürger, JM Levine, M Novak, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (4), 183-192, 2011
17942011
Mutation accumulation and the extinction of small populations
M Lynch, J Conery, R Burger
The American Naturalist 146 (4), 489-518, 1995
9641995
The mathematical theory of selection, recombination, and mutation.
R Bürger
Recherche, 409, 2000
7792000
Evolution and extinction in a changing environment: a quantitative‐genetic analysis
R Bürger, M Lynch
Evolution 49 (1), 151-163, 1995
6201995
The mutational meltdown in asexual populations
M Lynch, R Bürger, D Butcher, W Gabriel
Journal of Heredity 84 (5), 339-344, 1993
6091993
Mutational meltdowns in sexual populations
M Lynch, J Conery, R Burger
Evolution, 1067-1080, 1995
4211995
Understanding the evolution and stability of the G‐matrix
SJ Arnold, R Bürger, PA Hohenlohe, BC Ajie, AG Jones
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (10), 2451-2461, 2008
3412008
Muller's ratchet and mutational meltdowns
W Gabriel, M Lynch, R Bürger
Evolution 47 (6), 1744-1757, 1993
3321993
Stability of the G‐matrix in a population experiencing pleiotropic mutation, stabilizing selection, and genetic drift
AG Jones, SJ Arnold, R Bürger
Evolution 57 (8), 1747-1760, 2003
2462003
The mutation matrix and the evolution of evolvability
AG Jones, SJ Arnold, R Bürger
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 61 (4), 727-745, 2007
1762007
Evolution and stability of the G‐matrix on a landscape with a moving optimum
AG Jones, SJ Arnold, R Burger
Evolution 58 (8), 1639-1654, 2004
1692004
Evolution of genetic variability and the advantage of sex and recombination in changing environments
R Bürger
Genetics 153 (2), 1055-1069, 1999
1621999
How much heritable variation can be maintained in finite populations by mutation–selection balance?
R Bürger, GP Wagner, F Stettinger
Evolution 43 (8), 1748-1766, 1989
1391989
The community effects of phenotypic and genetic variation within a predator population
SJ Schreiber, R Bürger, DI Bolnick
Ecology 92 (8), 1582-1593, 2011
1352011
The limits to parapatric speciation: Dobzhansky–Muller incompatibilities in a continent–island model
C Bank, R Bürger, J Hermisson
Genetics 191 (3), 845-863, 2012
1292012
Survival of small populations under demographic stochasticity
W Gabriel, R Bürger
Theoretical Population Biology 41 (1), 44-71, 1992
1201992
Constraints for the evolution of functionally coupled characters: a nonlinear analysis of a phenotypic model
R Bürger
Evolution 40 (1), 182-193, 1986
1171986
The conditions for speciation through intraspecific competition
R Bürger, KA Schneider, M Willensdorfer
Evolution 60 (11), 2185-2206, 2006
1132006
Mathematical properties of mutation-selection models
R Bürger
Genetica 102, 279-298, 1998
1111998
The counterintuitive role of sexual selection in species maintenance and speciation
MR Servedio, R Bürger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (22), 8113-8118, 2014
1092014
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