The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Zoology, Sperm competition, Sperm and Mating. His study in Ecology concentrates on Cuculus, Brood parasite, Cuckoo and Sexual selection. Zoology is frequently linked to Loss of heterozygosity in his study.
His Sperm competition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Passerine, Male fertility and Human fertilization. His Sperm research incorporates elements of Avian clutch size, Intraspecific competition and Genetic variation. His study looks at the relationship between Mating and topics such as Animal ecology, which overlap with Genetics, Genetic diversity, Genetic compatibility and Tachycineta bicolor.
Oddmund Kleven mainly focuses on Ecology, Zoology, Sperm competition, Sperm and Passerine. His Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Common cuckoo and Reproductive success. His study in the field of Female sperm storage also crosses realms of Atlantic cod.
The Sperm study combines topics in areas such as Range and Human fertilization. His studies in Passerine integrate themes in fields like Hirundo, Sperm morphology, Luscinia and Extra-pair copulation. His work deals with themes such as Acrocephalus and Brood parasite, which intersect with Warbler.
His main research concerns Zoology, Ecology, Genetic structure, Genetic diversity and Evolutionary biology. The various areas that Oddmund Kleven examines in his Zoology study include Haliaeetus albicilla, White-tailed eagle, Boreal, Sperm and Chickadee. His Sperm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Range, Brood, Extra-pair copulation and Passerine.
His Reproduction, Woodland and Vegetation study in the realm of Ecology interacts with subjects such as Arctic fox and Carnivore. His research integrates issues of Breed, Biodiversity, Feather and Flock in his study of Genetic diversity. In general Evolutionary biology study, his work on Female promiscuity often relates to the realm of Estimation, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Oddmund Kleven mainly investigates Zoology, Sperm, Mating system, Evolutionary biology and Reproduction. His Zoology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Range. The concepts of his Sperm study are interwoven with issues in Phenotypic plasticity and Human fertilization.
His Mating system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pair bond, Paternal care, Cooperative breeding and Life history theory. His Evolutionary biology research includes themes of Isolation by distance, Genetic structure, Genetic diversity and Population genetics. His Reproduction study is related to the wider topic of Ecology.
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Constraints on host choice: Why do parasitic birds rarely exploit some common potential hosts?
Tomáš Grim;Peter Samaš;Csaba Moskát;Oddmund Kleven.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2011)
INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN SPERM LENGTH IS NEGATIVELY RELATED TO SPERM COMPETITION IN PASSERINE BIRDS
Oddmund Kleven;Terje Laskemoen;Frode Fossøy;Raleigh J. Robertson.
COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE FOR THE EVOLUTION OF SPERM SWIMMING SPEED BY SPERM COMPETITION AND FEMALE SPERM STORAGE DURATION IN PASSERINE BIRDS
Oddmund Kleven;Frode Fossøy;Frode Fossøy;Terje Laskemoen;Raleigh J. Robertson.
Nestling discrimination without recognition: a possible defence mechanism for hosts towards cuckoo parasitism?
Tomáš Grim;Oddmund Kleven;Oldřich Mikulica.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2003)
Sperm Length Variation as a Predictor of Extrapair Paternity in Passerine Birds
Jan T. Lifjeld;Terje Laskemoen;Oddmund Kleven;Tomas Albrecht.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Sperm velocity influence paternity in the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.)
Geir Rudolfsen;Lars Figenschou;Ivar Folstad;Oddmund Kleven.
Aquaculture Research (2008)
Host species affects the growth rate of cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) chicks
Oddmund Kleven;Arne Moksnes;Eivin Røskaft;Marcel Honza.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (1999)
Microsatellite evolution: Mutations, sequence variation, and homoplasy in the hypervariable avian microsatellite locus HrU10
Jarl A Anmarkrud;Oddmund Kleven;Lutz Bachmann;Jan T Lifjeld.
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2008)
Extrapair mating between relatives in the barn swallow: a role for kin selection?
Oddmund Kleven;Frode Jacobsen;Raleigh J Robertson;Jan T Lifjeld.
Biology Letters (2005)
Female tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) increase offspring heterozygosity through extrapair mating
Mary K. Stapleton;Oddmund Kleven;Jan T. Lifjeld;Raleigh J. Robertson.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2007)
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