Björn Rogell

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Björn Rogell

Forskare, Docent

Kontakt

Avdelning:
Zoologiska institutionen: Ekologi
Telefon:
08-16 43 15
E-post:
bjorn.rogell@zoologi.su.se
ORCID iD:
orcid.org/0000-0002-5553-2691
Fax:
08-15 95 22
Besöksadress:
Svante Arrheniusväg 18 B
Rum:
D 427
Postadress:
Stockholms universitet
Zoologiska institutionen: Ekologi
106 91 Stockholm

Forskningsintressen

I have a broad interested in environmental stress, local adaptation and phenotypic plasticity.


Publications:

21. Nilsson-Örtman, V., Rogell, B., Stoks, R. and Johansson, F. In press. Ontogenetic changes in genetic variances of age-dependent plasticity along a latitudinal gradient. Heredity.

20. Stocks, M., Dean, R., Rogell, B. and Friberg, U. 2015.Sex-specific Trans-regulatory Variation on the Drosophila melanogaster X Chromosome. PLoS Genetics. e1005015

19. Dobler, R., Rogell, B., Budar, F. and Dowling, D.K. 2014. A meta-analysis of the strength and nature of cytoplasmic genetic effects. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. vol 27, pp. 2021-2034.

18. Kotrschal, A., Trombley, S., Rogell, B., Brannström, I., Foconi, E., Schmitz, M. and Kolm, N. 2014. The mating brain: early maturing sneaker males maintain investment into the brain also under fast body growth in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Evolutionary Ecology. vol. 28. pp. 1043-1055.

17. Rogell, B., Dean, R., Lemos, B. and Dowling, D.K. (2014). Mito-nuclear interactions as drivers of gene movement on and off the X-chromosome. BMC genomics. Vol 15 pp. 330

16. Kärvemo, S., Rogell, B. and Schroeder, M. (2014). Dynamics of spruce bark beetle infestation spots: Importance of local population size and landscape characteristics after a storm disturbance. Forest Ecology and Management. Vol 334 pp. 232-240

15. Rogell, B., Widegren, W., Hallsson, L., Berger, D., Björklund, M. and Maklakov, A.A. (2014). Sex-dependent evolution of life-history traits following adaptation to climate warming. Functional Ecology. Vol 28 pp. 469-478

14. Kotrschal, A., Rogell, B., Bundsen, A., Svensson, B., Zajitschek, S., Brännström, I., Immler, S., Maklakov, A.A. and Kolm, N. 2013.The benefit of evolving a larger brain: big-brained guppies preform better in a cognitive task. Animal Behaviour. Vol 86, e4-e6

13. Rogell, B., Dannewitz, J., Palm, S., Dahl, J., Petersson, E. and Laurila, A. (2013). Adaptive divergence in body size overrides the effects of plasticity across natural habitats in the brown trout. Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1002/ece3.579

12. Kotrschal, A., Rogell, B., Bundsen, A., Svensson, B., Zajitschek, S., Brännström, I., Immler, S., Maklakov, A.A. and Kolm, N. (2013). Artificial selection on relative brain size in the guppy reveals costs and benefits of evolving a larger brain. Current Biology, vol. 23, pp. 1-4.

11. Kotrschal, A., Rogell, B., Maklakov, A.A. and Kolm, N. (2012). Sex-specific plasticity in brain morphology depends on social environment of the guppy, Poecilia reticulata. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol. 66, pp. 1485-1492

10. Rogell, B., Dannewitz, J., Palm, S., Petersson, E., Dahl, J., Prestegaard, T., Järvi, T. and Laurila, A. (2012). Strong divergence in trait means but not in plasticity across hatchery and wild populations of sea-run brown trout Salmo trutta. Molecular Ecology, vol. 21, pp. 2963-2976

9. Rogell, B., Berglund, A., Laurila, A. and Höglund, J. (2011). Population divergence of life history traits in the endangered green toad: implications for a support release program. Journal of Zoology, vol. 285, pp. 46-55

8. Rudh, A., Rogell, B., Håstad, O. and Qvarnström, A. (2011). Rapid population divergence linked with co-variation between coloration and sexual display in strawberry poison frogs. Evolution, vol. 65, pp. 1271-1282

7. Rogell, B., Eklund, M., Thörngren, H., Laurila, A and Höglund, J. (2010). The effect of selection, drift and genetic variation on life-history trait divergence among insular populations of natterjack toad, Bufo calamita. Molecular Ecology, vol. 19, pp. 2229-22240

6. Rogell, B., Thörngren, H., Laurila, A and Höglund, J. (2010). Fitness costs associated with low genetic variation are reduced in a harsher environment in amphibian island populations. Conservation Genetics, vol. 11, pp. 489-496

5. Richter-Boix, A., Teplitsky, C., Rogell, B. and Laurila, A. (2010). Local selection modifies phenotypic divergence among Rana temporaria populations in the presence of gene flow. Molecular Ecology, vol. 19, pp. 716-731

4. Rogell, B., Thörngren, H., Palm, S., Laurila, A and Höglund, J. (2010). Genetic structure in peripheral populations of the natterjack toad, Bufo calamita, as revealed by AFLP. Conservation Genetics, vol. 11, pp. 173-181

3. Rogell, B., Hofman, M., Eklund, M., Laurila, A and Höglund, J. (2009). The interaction of multiple environmental stressors affects adaptation to a novel habitat in the natterjack toad Bufo calamita. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, vol. 22, pp. 2267-2277

2. Rudh, A., Rogell, B. and Höglund, J. (2007). Non-gradual variation in colour morphs of the strawberry poison frog Dendrobates pumilio: genetic and geographical isolation suggest a role for selection in maintaining polymorphism. Molecular Ecology, vol. 16, pp. 4284-4294

1. Rogell, B., Gyllenstrand, N and Höglund, J. (2005). Six polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Natterjack toad, Bufo calamita. Molecular Ecology Notes, vol. 5, pp. 639-640

Publikationer

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Julia Carolina Segami Marzal, Andreas Rudh, Björn Rogell, Anders Ödeen, Hanne Lovlie, Charlotte Rosher, Anna Qvarnström. 2017. Cryptic female Strawberry poison frogs experience elevated predation risk when associating with an aposematic partner. Ecology and Evolution 7: 744-750.

Piotr K. Rowinski, Björn Rogell. 2017. Environmental stress correlates with increases in both genetic and residual variances - A meta-analysis of animal studies. Evolution 71: 1339-1351.

Simon Eckerström-Liedholm, Will Sowersby, Alejandro Gonzalez-Voyer, Björn Rogell. 2017. Time-limited environments affect the evolution of egg-body size allometry. Evolution 71: 1900-1910.

James E. Herbert-Read, Emil Rosén, Alex Szorkovszky, Christos C. Ioannou, Björn Rogell, Andrea Perna, Indar W. Ramnarine, Alexander Kotrschal, Niclas Kolm, Jens Krause, David J. T. Sumpter. 2017. How predation shapes the social interaction rules of shoaling fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 284.

Michael Stocks, Rebecca Dean, Björn Rogell, Urban Friberg. 2015. Sex-specific Trans-regulatory Variation on the Drosophila melanogaster X Chromosome. PLOS Genetics 11.

Winston K. W. Yee, Björn Rogell, Bernardo Lemos, Damian K. Dowling. 2015. Intergenomic interactions between mitochondrial and Y-linked genes shape male mating patterns and fertility in Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution 69: 2876-2890.

Alexander Kotrschal, Susanne Trombley, Björn Rogell, Ioana Brännström, Eric Foconi, Monika Schmitz, Niclas Kolm. 2014. The mating brain - early maturing sneaker males maintain investment into the brain also under fast body growth in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Evolutionary Ecology 28: 1043-1055.

Alexander Kotrschal, Björn Rogell, Andreas Bundsen, Beatrice Svensson, Susanne Zajitschek, Ioana Onut Brännström, Simone Immler, Alexei A. Maklakov, Niclas Kolm. 2013. Artificial selection on relative brain size in the guppy reveals costs and benefits of evolving a larger brain. Current Biology 23: 168-171.

Alexander Kotrschal, Björn Rogell, Andreas Bundsen, Beatrice Svensson, Susanne Zajitschek, Ioana Brännström, Simone Immler, Alexei A. Maklakov, Niclas Kolm. 2013. The benefit of evolving a larger brain - big-brained guppies perform better in a cognitive task. Animal Behaviour 86: e4-e6.

Alexander Kotrschal, Björn Rogell, Alexei A. Maklakov, Nichlas Kolm. 2012. Sex-specific plasticity in brain morphology depends on social environment of the guppy, Poecilia reticulata. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 1485-1492.