Snæbjörn Pálsson
Snæbjörn Pálsson
Professor in population biology, University of Iceland
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Genetic determinants of hair, eye and skin pigmentation in Europeans
P Sulem, DF Gudbjartsson, SN Stacey, A Helgason, T Rafnar, ...
Nature genetics 39 (12), 1443-1452, 2007
7442007
Refining the impact of TCF7L2 gene variants on type 2 diabetes and adaptive evolution
A Helgason, S Pálsson, G Thorleifsson, SFA Grant, V Emilsson, ...
Nature genetics 39 (2), 218-225, 2007
5852007
Two newly identified genetic determinants of pigmentation in Europeans
P Sulem, DF Gudbjartsson, SN Stacey, A Helgason, T Rafnar, ...
Nature genetics 40 (7), 835-837, 2008
3552008
Extensive sharing of chloroplast haplotypes among European birches indicates hybridization among Betula pendula, B. pubescens and B. nana
AE Palme, Q Su, S Palsson, M Lascoux
Molecular Ecology 13 (1), 167-178, 2004
1732004
An association between the kinship and fertility of human couples
A Helgason, S Pálsson, DF Guðbjartsson, K Stefánsson
Science 319 (5864), 813-816, 2008
1712008
A major susceptibility gene for asthma maps to chromosome 14q24
H Hakonarson, US Bjornsdottir, E Halapi, S Palsson, E Adalsteinsdottir, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 71 (3), 483-491, 2002
1612002
The impact of divergence time on the nature of population structure: an example from Iceland
AL Price, A Helgason, S Palsson, H Stefansson, DS Clair, OA Andreassen, ...
PLoS Genet 5 (6), e1000505, 2009
1212009
Mitochondrial cytochrome b DNA sequence variation of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua, from Norway
E Arnason, S Palsson
Molecular Ecology 5 (6), 715-724, 1996
1031996
DNAqua-Net: Developing new genetic tools for bioassessment and monitoring of aquatic ecosystems in Europe
F Leese, F Altermatt, A Bouchez, T Ekrem, D Hering, K Meissner, ...
Research Ideas and Outcomes 2, e11321, 2016
992016
Gene flow and lack of population differentiation in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L., from Iceland, and comparison of cod from Norway and Newfoundland
E Arnason, S Pálsson, A Arason
Journal of Fish Biology 40 (5), 751-770, 1992
781992
ShapeR: an R package to study otolith shape variation among fish populations
LA Libungan, S Pálsson
PloS one 10 (3), e0121102, 2015
752015
Microsatellite variation in Daphnia pulex from both sides of the Baltic Sea
S Pálsson
Molecular Ecology 9 (8), 1075-1088, 2000
702000
Mitochondrial cytochrome b DNA sequence variation of Atlantic cod from Iceland and Greenland
E Árnason, PH Petersen, K Kristinsson, H Sigurgíslason, S Pálsson
Journal of Fish Biology 56 (2), 409-430, 2000
572000
Associative overdominance, heterozygosity and fitness
P Pamilo, S Pálsson
Heredity 81 (4), 381-389, 1998
511998
Do cryptic species matter in macroecology? Sequencing European groundwater crustaceans yields smaller ranges but does not challenge biodiversity determinants
D Eme, M Zagmajster, T Delić, C Fišer, JF Flot, L Konecny‐Dupré, ...
Ecography 41 (2), 424-436, 2018
482018
Molecular evidence of the survival of subterranean amphipods (Arthropoda) during Ice Age underneath glaciers in Iceland
E Kornobis, S PÁLSSON, BK Kristjansson, J SVAVARSSON
Molecular Ecology 19 (12), 2516-2530, 2010
482010
Morphological Variation among Betula nana (diploid), B. pubescens (tetraploid) and their Triploid Hybrids in Iceland
ÆT Thórsson, S Pálsson, A Sigurgeirsson, K Anamthawat-Jónsson
Annals of botany 99 (6), 1183-1193, 2007
472007
Otolith shape: a population marker for Atlantic herring Clupea harengus
LA Libungan, GJ Óskarsson, A Slotte, JA Jacobsen, S Pálsson
Journal of Fish Biology 86 (4), 1377-1395, 2015
442015
Effects of temperature regime on primary producers in Icelandic geothermal streams
R Gudmundsdottir, GM Gislason, S Palsson, JS Olafsson, A Schomacker, ...
Aquatic botany 95 (4), 278-286, 2011
442011
How will increased temperature and nutrient enrichment affect primary producers in sub‐Arctic streams?
R Gudmundsdottir, JS Olafsson, S Palsson, GM Gislason, B Moss
Freshwater Biology 56 (10), 2045-2058, 2011
382011
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