His primary areas of study are Ecology, Zoology, Calidris, Natural selection and Reproductive success. His Ecology study is mostly concerned with Seasonal breeder, Predation, Nest, Fledge and Charadriidae. His work in Nest addresses issues such as Foraging, which are connected to fields such as Vanellus.
His Zoology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Corvus moneduloides, Woodpecker and Darwin's finches. The Calidris study combines topics in areas such as Longevity, Sexual selection, Riparia and Sexual dimorphism. His Reproductive success research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Genetic similarity, Mate choice and Ageing.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Zoology, Nest, Mating system and Paternal care. His study involves Seasonal breeder, Reproduction, Vanellus, Predation and Lapwing, a branch of Ecology. In the field of Zoology, his study on Charadrius and Brood overlaps with subjects such as Brood parasite and Clutch.
In Nest, Donald Blomqvist works on issues like Habitat, which are connected to Foraging and Anatomy. His study in Mating system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Calidris, Biological dispersal, Human fertilization and Reproductive success. His studies in Paternal care integrate themes in fields like National park, Three-toed woodpecker, Operational sex ratio and Social psychology.
Donald Blomqvist mostly deals with Zoology, Wader, Ecology, Mate choice and Evolutionary biology. His Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Sperm, Sperm motility and Range. He combines subjects such as Avian clutch size, Intraspecific competition and Courtship with his study of Wader.
As part of his studies on Ecology, Donald Blomqvist often connects relevant areas like Philopatry. Donald Blomqvist interconnects Sexual selection, Vanellus, Reproductive isolation, Species richness and Polygyny in the investigation of issues within Mate choice. His Evolutionary biology research incorporates themes from Big Five personality traits, Personality, Developmental psychology, Longevity and Songbird.
Donald Blomqvist mainly investigates Juvenile, Brown trout, Evolutionary biology, Senescence and Genetics. Donald Blomqvist has researched Juvenile in several fields, including Developmental psychology, Period and Big Five personality traits, Personality. Growth rate, Ecology, Natural population growth, Zoology and Longevity are fields of study that intersect with his Brown trout study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Mate choice, Reproductive isolation, Species richness, Mating system and Biological dispersal in addition to Evolutionary biology. His research in the fields of Ageing and Regeneration overlaps with other disciplines such as AquAdvantage salmon, Attrition and Somatic cell. Donald Blomqvist performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Ageing and Transgene via his papers.
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Nest site selection : a trade-off between concealment and view of the surroundings ?
Frank Gotmark;Donald Blomqvist;Olof C. Johansson;Jan Bergkvist.
Journal of Avian Biology (1995)
Genetic similarity between mates and extra-pair parentage in three species of shorebirds
Donald Blomqvist;Malte Andersson;Clemens Küpper;Innes C. Cuthill.
Do woodpecker finches acquire tool-use by social learning?
Sabine Tebbich;Michael Taborsky;Birgit Fessl;Donald Blomqvist.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2001)
Parental quality and egg size affect chick survival in a precocial bird, the lapwing Vanellus vanellus.
Donald Blomqvist;O. C. Johansson;Frank Götmark.
Age‐independent telomere length predicts fitness in two bird Species
Angela Pauliny;Richard H. Wagner;Jakob Augustin;Tibor Szép.
Molecular Ecology (2006)
Trapped in the extinction vortex? Strong genetic effects in a declining vertebrate population
Donald Blomqvist;Angela Pauliny;Mikael Larsson;Lars Åke Flodin.
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2010)
Ambient temperature effects on photo induced gonadal cycles and hormonal secretion patterns in Great Tits from three different breeding latitudes.
Bengt Silverin;John Wingfield;Karl-Arne Stokkan;Renato Massa.
Hormones and Behavior (2008)
Sex differences in sand lizard telomere inheritance: paternal epigenetic effects increases telomere heritability and offspring survival.
Mats Olsson;Mats Olsson;Angela Pauliny;Erik Wapstra;Tobias Uller.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Male aerial display and reversed sexual size dimorphism in the dunlin
Donald Blomqvist;Olof C Johansson;Uno Unger;Mikael Larsson.
Animal Behaviour (1997)
Trade‐offs in nest site selection in coastal populations of Lapwings Vanellus vanellus
Donald Blomqvist;Olof C. Johansson.
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