Publications Tobias





Book Chapters & Edited Volumes

12. Uller, T. & Helanterä, H. 2016. Heredity in evolutionary theory. In Challenges to Evolutionary Biology: Development and Heredity (eds. P. Huneman & D. Walsh), Oxford University Press
11. English, S. & Uller, T. 2016. Nutrition, Epigenetics and Health: Evolutionary Perspectives. In Nutrition, Epigenetics and Health. (eds G. Burdge & K. Lillycrop), WorldPress
10. While, G.M., Halliwell, B. & Uller, T. 2015. Evolution of complex social organisation in lizards. In Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara (eds. J.L. Rheubert, D.S. Siegel & S.E. Trauth). CRC Press
9. Uller, T. & While, G.M. 2015. Evolutionary ecology of reproductive investment in lizards. In Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara (eds. J.L. Rheubert, D.S. Siegel & S.E. Trauth), CRC Press
8. Uller, T. 2014. Evolutionary perspectives on transgenerational epigenetics. In Transgenerational epigenetics: Evidence and debate (ed. T. Tollefsbol). Elsevier
7. Uller, T. 2013. Non-genetic inheritance and evolution. In Philosophy of Biology: a Companion for Educators (ed. Kostas Kampourakis), Springer Verlag
6. Mank, J. & Uller, T. 2013. The evolution of sex determination. In Advances in Development and Evolution (ed. J. Streelman), Wiley
5. Uller, T. 2012. Parental effects in development and evolution. In Evolution of Parental Care (eds. N. Royle, P. Smiseth & M. Kölliker), Oxford University Press
4. Uller, T., Stuart-Fox, D. & Olsson, M. 2010. Evolution of primary sexual characters in reptiles. In Evolution of primary sexual characters in animals (eds. J. Leonard & A. Cordoba-Aguilar), Oxford University Press, UK
3. Uller, T. 2009. Biology and Ethics. In Humans and Animals: Modern Biology and Its Conception of the World (ed. L-J Erkell), Studentlitteratur (in Swedish)
2. Uller, T., Wapstra, E. & Badyaev, A. V. 2009. Evolution of Parental Effects: Conceptual Issues and Empirical Patterns. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, edited theme issue
1. Sagvik, J. & Uller, T. 2008. The role of male and female body size for amplexus and fertilization success in the moor frog, Rana arvalis. In The moor frog, Rana arvalis: Morphology, Behavior, Ecology & Conservation (ed. D. Glandt), Laurenti Verlag, Germany


Journal Papers

Accepted and Online Early
143. Uller, T. & Helanterä, H. Niche construction and conceptual change in evolutionary biology. British Journal for Philosophy of Science, in press

142. Feiner, N., Rago, A., While, G.M. & Uller, T. Signatures of selection in embryonic transcriptomes of lizards adapting in parallel to cool climate. Evolution, 72: 67-81

141. Cordero, G.A., Andersson, B.A., Souchet, J., Micheli, G., Noble, D.W.A., Gangloff, E.J., Uller, T. & Aubret, F. Physiological plasticity in lizard embryos exposed to high altitude. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A, 327: 423-432
140. Halliwell, B., Uller, T., Holland, B.R. & While, G.M. Live bearing promotes the evolution of sociality in reptiles. Nature Communications, 8: 2030
139. MacGregor, H.E.A., While, G.M. & Uller, T. Comparison of reproductive investment in native and non-native populations of lizards reveal sex differences in adaptive potential. Oikos, 126: 1564-1574
138. While, G.M. & Uller, T. Female reproductive investment in response to male phenotype in wall lizards and its implications for introgression. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 121: 876-882
137. MacGregor, H.E.A., Lewandowsky, R.A.M., d’Ettorre, P., Leroy, C., Davies, N.W., While, G.M. & Uller, T. Chemical communication, sexual selection, and introgression in wall lizards. Evolution, 71: 2327-2343
136. Botterill-James, T., Halliwell, B., McKeown, S., Sillince, J. Uller, T., Wapstra, E. & While, G.M. Family aggression in a social lizard. Scientific Reports, 7:3502
135. Botterill-James, T., Sillince, J., Uller, T., Chapple, D.G., Gardner, M.G., Wapstra, E. & While, G.M. Experimental manipulation suggests effect of polyandry but not mate familiarity on within-pair aggression in the social skink, Liopholis whitii. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 71:71
134. MacGregor, H.E.A., While, G.M., Barrett, J., Perez I de Lanuza, G., Carazo, P., Michaelides, S. & Uller, T. Experimental contact zones reveal causes and targets of sexual selection in hybridizing lizards. Functional Ecology, 31:742-752
133. Halliwell, B., Uller, T., Chapple, D.G., Gardner, M.G., Wapstra, E. & While, G.M. Habitat saturation promotes delayed dispersal in a social reptile. Behavioral Ecology, 28:515-522
132. Halliwell, B., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. & While, G.M. Resource distribution mediates social and mating behavior in a family living lizard. Behavioral Ecology, 28:145-153

131. English, S. & Uller, T. Does early-life diet affect lifespan? A meta-analysis across experimental studies. Biology Letters, 12:20160291
130. Botterill-James, T., Halliwell, B., Barnes, E., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. & While, G.M. Habitat structure influences parent-offspring association in a social lizard: implications for understanding the origins of parental care. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4:96
129. Michaelides, S., While, G.M., Zajac, N., Aubret, F., Calsbeek, B., Sacchi, R., Zuffi, M.A.L. & Uller, T. Loss of genetic diversity and increased embryonic mortality in non-native lizards. Molecular Ecology, 15:4113–4125
128. Uller, T. External funding of doctoral education: Background and reflection. Högre Utbildning, 6:65-75
127. Paredes, U., Radersma, R., Cannell, N., While, G.M. & Uller, T. Low incubation Temperature induces DNA hypo-methylation in lizard brains. Journal of Experimental Zoology 325:390-395
126. Heathcote, R., MacGregor, H., Sciberras, J., While, G.M., D’Ettorre, P. & Uller, T. Male behaviour drives assortative reproduction during the initial stage of secondary contact in lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:1003-1015
125. English, S., Fawcett, T.W., Higginson, A.D., Trimmer, P. & Uller, T. Adaptive use of information during growth can explain long-term effects of early-life experiences. American Naturalist 187:620-632
124. van den Heuvel, J., English, S. & Uller, T. Disposable soma and the evolution of maternal effects on ageing. PLoS One 11:e0145544
123. Lagisz, M., Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Uller, T., Raubenheimer, D. & Nakagawa, S. Little appetite for obesity: meta-analysis of the effects of maternal obesogenic diets on offspring food intake and body mass in rodents. International Journal of Obesity 39:1669-1678

122. While, G.M., Michaelides, S., Heathcote, R.J.P., MacGregor, H.E.A., Zajac, N., Beninde, J., Carazo, P., Pérez i de Lanuza, G., Sacchi, R., Zuffi, M.A.L., Horváthová, T., Fresnillo, B., Schulte, U., Veith, M., Hochkirch A. & Uller, T. Sexual selection drives asymmetric introgression in wall lizards. Ecology Letters 18:1366-1375
121. Laland, K.L., Uller, T., Feldman, M., Sterelny, K., Müller, G.B., Moczek, A., Jablonka, E. & Odling-Smee, J. The extended evolutionary synthesis: its structure, core assumptions, and predictions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 282: 20151019
120. Uller, T., English, S. & Pen, I. When does natural selection favour incomplete epigenetic resetting in germ cells? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282: 20150682
119. Michaelides, S., While, G.M., Zajac, N. & Uller, T. Widespread primary, but geographically restricted secondary, human introductions of wall lizards, Podarcis muralis. Molecular Ecology 24: 2702-2717
118. Waggoner, M. & Uller, T. Epigenetic determinism in science and society. New Genetics and Society, 34:177-195
117. *While, G.M., Williamson, J., Prescott, G., Horvathova, T., Fresnillo, B., Beeton, N.J., Halliwell, B., Michaelides, S. & *Uller, T. Adaptive responses to cool climate promotes persistence of a non-native lizard. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282: 20142638 [*equal contribution]
116. English, S., Pen, I.R., Shea, N. & Uller, T. The adaptive value of non-genetic inheritance in plants and insects. PLoS One 10(1): e0116996
115. Michaelides, S., Cornish, N., Griffiths, R. Groombridge, J., Zajac, N., Walters, G.J., Aubret, F., While, G.M. & Uller, T. Phylogeography and conservation genetics of the common wall lizard, Podacris muralis, on islands at its northern range limit. PLoS One 10(2): e0117113
114. Uller, T. & Helanterä, H. Towards an evolutionary developmental biology of cooperation? Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 48:267-271
113. Heathcote, R.J.P, Dawson, D.A. & Uller, T. Characterisation of nine microsatellite loci of utility across lineages of the European wall lizard (Podarcis muralis). Conservation Genetics Resources 7:85-87.

112. Laland, K.L., Uller, T., Feldman, M., Sterelny, K., Müller, G.B., Moczek, A., Jablonka, E. & Odling-Smee, J. Does evolutionary theory need a rethink? Nature, 514:161-164
111. Helanterä, H. & Uller, T. Neutral and adaptive explanations for an association between morph-biased gene expression and rate of sequence evolution. Frontiers in Genetics 5:297
110. While, G.M. & Uller, T. Quo vadis Amphibia? Global warming and breeding phenology in frogs, toads and salamanders. Ecography 37:921-929
109. Kennedy, P., Uller, T. & Helanterä, H. Are ant supercolonies crucibles of a new major transition in evolution? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27:1784-1796
108. Heathcote, R. J. P., Bell, E., D’Ettorre, P., While, G. M. & Uller, T. The scent of sun worship: basking experience changes scent marking composition in a lizard. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 68: 861-870
107. Lagisz, M., Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Uller, T., Raubenheimer, D. & Nakagawa, S. Transgenerational effects of caloric restriction on appetite: a meta-analysis. Obesity Reviews 15:294-309
106. While, G.M., Uller, T., Bordogna, G. & Wapstra, E. Promiscuity resolves constraints imposed by population viscosity. Molecular Ecology 23: 721-732

105. Uller, T., Nakagawa, S. & English, S. Weak evidence for anticipatory parental effects in plants and animals. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:2161-2170
104. Uller, T. & Helanterä, H. Integrating non-genetic inheritance in evolutionary theory. A primer. Non-Genetic Inheritance 1: 27-32.
103. Warner, D.A., Uller, T. & Shine, R. Transgenerational sex determination: the embryonic environment experienced by a male lizard affects the sex ratio of his offspring. Scientific Reports 3:2709
102. Uller, T, Schwartz, T. S., Koglin, T. & Olsson, M. Sperm storage and sperm competition across ovarian cycles in the dragon lizard Ctenophorus fordi. Journal of Experimental Zoology 319A:404-408
101. Laland, K.N., Odling-Smee, J., Hoppitt, W. & Uller, T. 2013. More on how and why: response to commentaries. Biology & Philosophy 28:793-810
100. Horváthová, T., Cooney, C., Fitze, P, Oksanen, T., Jelić, D., Ghira, I., Jandzik, D., & Uller, T. 2013. Length of activity season drives geographic variation in body size in a wide-spread lizard. Ecology and Evolution 3:2424-2442
99. Michaelides, S., While, G.M., Bell, C. & Uller, T. 2013. Human introductions create opportunities for intra-specific hybridisation in an alien lizard. Biological Invasions 15: 1101-1112
98. Laland, K.N., Odling-Smee, J., Hoppitt, W. & Uller, T. 2013. More on How and Why: Cause and effect in biology revisited. Biology & Philosophy 28:719-745

97. Arnfield, H., Grant, R. & Uller, T. Factors influencing the timing of spring migration in common toads (Bufo bufo). Journal of Zoology 288: 112-118
96. Rago, A., While, G.M. & Uller, T. Introduction pathway and climate trump ecology and life history as predictors of establishment success in alien amphibians. Ecology and Evolution 2: 1437-1445.

95. Laland, K.N., Sterelny, K., Odling-Smee, J., Hoppitt, W. & Uller, T. 2011. Cause and effect in biology revisited: Is Mayr’s proximate-ultimate distinction still useful? Science 334:1512-1516
94. Burdge, G. C., Hoile, S. P., Uller, T., Thomas, N., Hanson, M. A. & Lillycrop, K. A. 2011. Maternal response to an altered environment induces progressive, transgenerational changes in offspring phenotype and epigenotype. PLoS One 6:e28282
93. Horvathova, T., Nakagawa, S. & Uller, T. 2011. Strategic female investment in relation to male attractiveness in birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 272:163-170
92. Uller, T. & Leimu, R. 2011. Founder events predict changes in genetic diversity during human-mediated range expansions. Global Change Biology 17: 3478-3485
91. Schwartz, T. S., Perrin, C., Wapstra, E., Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2011. Complex selection associated with Hox genes in a natural population of lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:2550-2554
90. Uller, T. & Helanterä, H. 2011. When are genes ‘leaders’ or ‘followers’ in evolution? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26:435-436
89. Olsson, M., Schwartz, T., Wapstra, E., Uller, T., Ujvari, B., Madsen, T. & Shine, R. 2011. Climate change, multiple paternity and offspring fitness in lizards. Evolution 65:3323-3326
88. Uller, T., While, G. M., Cadby, C., Harts, A., O’Connor, K., Pen, I. & Wapstra, E. 2011. Altitudinal divergence in maternal thermoregulatory behaviour may be driven by differences in selection on offspring survival in a viviparous lizard. Evolution 65:2313-2324
87. Hafer, N., Ebil, S., Uller, T. & Pike, N. 2011. Trans-generational effects of food availability on age at maturity and reproductive output in an asexual collembolan. Biology Letters 7:755-758
86. Uller, T. & Helanterä, H. 2011. From the origin of sex-determining factors to the evolution of sex-determining systems. Quarterly Review of Biology 86:163-180
85. Olsson, M., Pauliny, A., Wapstra, E., Uller, T., Schwartz, T. & Blomqvist, D. 2011. Sex differences in telomere selection in the wild. Molecular Ecology 20: 2085-2099
84. Uller, T. & Pen, I. 2011. A theoretical model of the evolution of maternal effects under parent-offspring conflict. Evolution 65:2075-2084
83. Olsson, M., Pauliny, A., Wapstra, E., Uller, T., Schwartz, T. & Blomqvist, D. 2011. Sex differences in sand lizard telomere inheritance: paternal epigenetic effects increases telomere heritability and offspring survival. PLoS One 6: e17473
82. Shea, N., Pen I. & Uller, T. 2011. Three epigenetic information channels and their different roles in evolution. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1178-1187
81. Isaksson, C., Sheldon, B. C. & Uller, T. 2011. The challenges of integrating oxidative stress and life history biology. Bioscience 61:194-202
80. While, G.M., Uller, T. & Wapstra, E. 2011. Variation in social organisation influences the opportunity for sexual selection in pair-bonding lizards. Molecular Ecology 20: 844-852
79. Olsson, M., Wapstra, E., Schwartz, T., Madsen, T., Ujvari, B., Uller, T. 2011. In hot pursuit: Fluctuating mating system and sexual selection in sand lizards. Evolution 65: 574-585

78. Pen, I., Uller, T., Feldmeyer, B., Harts, A., While, G. M. & Wapstra, E. 2010. Climate-driven population divergence in sex-determining systems. Nature 468: 436-439
77. Cornwallis, C. K. & Uller, T. 2010. A dynamic state of affairs – it could be if we let it! Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25:430-431
76. Cadby, C. D., While, G. M., Hobday, A., Uller, T. & Wapstra, E. 2010. Climate effects on offspring size at birth and date of birth in a reptile. Integrative Zoology 5:164-175
75. Helanterä, H. & Uller, T. 2010. The Price equation and extended inheritance. Philosophy & Theory in Biology 2: e101
74. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2010. Offspring size and timing of hatching determine survival and reproductive output in a lizard. Oecologia 162: 663-671
73. Wapstra, E., Uller, T. While, G.M., Olsson, M. & Shine, R. 2010. Giving offspring a head start in life: Field and experimental evidence for selection on maternal basking in a lizard. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 651-657
72. Cornwallis, C.K. & Uller, T. 2010. Towards an evolutionary ecology of sexual traits. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25: 145-152

71. While, G. M., Uller, T., McEvoy, J. & Wapstra, E. 2009. Long-lasting effects of among- but not within-litter timing of birth in a viviparous lizard. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11:1259-1270
70. Olsson, M., Wilson, M., Isaksson, C. & Uller, T. 2009. Polymorphic ROS scavenging revealed by CCCP in a lizard. Naturwissenschaften 96: 845-849
69. Uller, T., Hollander, J., Astheimer, L. & Olsson, M. 2009. Sex-specific developmental plasticity in response to yolk corticosterone in an oviparous lizard. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 1087-1091
68. Olsson, M., Wilson, M., Uller, T. & Isaksson, C. 2009. Free radicals run in lizard families without (and perhaps with) mitochondrial uncoupling. Biology Letters, 5: 345-346
67. While, G. M., Uller, T. & Wapstra, E. 2009. Family conflict and the evolution of sociality in reptiles. Behavioral Ecology 20: 245-250
66. Uller, T. & Badyaev, A. V. 2009. Evolution of “determinants” in sex determination: A novel hypothesis for the origin of environmental contingencies in avian sex bias. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 20: 304-312
65. Badyaev, A. V & Uller, T. 2009. Parental effects in ecology and evolution: Mechanisms, processes, and implications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 364: 1169-1177
64. Harris, W. E. & Uller, T. 2009. Reproductive investment when mate quality varies: differential allocation versus reproductive compensation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 364: 1039-1048
63. Mousseau, T. A., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. & Badyaev, A. V. 2009. Introduction. Evolution of Parental Effects: Past and Present. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 364: 1035-1038
62. Uller, T., Sagvik, J. & Olsson, M. 2009. Pre-hatching exposure to water mold reduces size at metamorphosis in the moor frog. Oecologia 160: 9-14
61. While, G. M., Uller, T. & Wapstra, E. 2009. Offspring performance and adaptive prolongation of pregnancy: experimental test in a lizard. Functional Ecology 23: 818-825
60. Olsson, M., Healey, M., Wapstra, E. & Uller, T. 2009. Testing the quality of carriers: a field experiment on lizard signallers. Evolution 63: 695-701
59. While, G. M., Uller, T. & Wapstra, E. 2009. Within population variation in social strategies characterize the social and mating system of an Australian lizard, Egernia whitii. Austral Ecology 34:938-949
58. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2009. The offspring size-number problem in a lizard with small clutch size: tests of invariants and potential implications. Evolutionary Ecology 23: 363-372
57. Olsson, M. & Uller, T. 2009. On parsimonous paternity and scientific rigor: A reply to Madsen. Molecular Ecology 18: 25-27
56. Olsson, M., Schwartz, T., Uller, T. & Healey, M. 2009. Effects of sperm storage and male colour on probability of paternity in a polychromatic lizard. Animal Behaviour 77:419-424
55. Uller, T., While, G. M., Wapstra, E., Warner, D. A., Goodman, B. A., Schwarzkopf, L., Langkilde, T., Doughty, P., Radder, R. S., Rohr, D. H., Bull, C. M., Shine, R., & Olsson, M. 2009. Evaluation of offspring size-number invariants in twelve species of lizard. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22: 143-151
54. Wapstra, E., Uller, T., Sinn, D., Olsson, M., Joss, J. & Shine, R. 2009. Climate effects on offspring sex ratio in a viviparous lizard. Journal of Animal Ecology 78: 84-90
53. Warner, D., Uller, T. & Shine, R. 2009. Sex-specific consequences of hatching date may drive the evolution of temperature-dependent sex determination in short-lived lizards. Evolutionary Ecology 23: 281-294

52. Uller, T., Odierna, G. & Olsson, M. 2008. Sex ratio variation and sex determination in the mallee dragon, Ctenophorus fordi (Lacertilia:Agamidae) Integrative Zoology 3:157-165
51. Gustavsson, L., Johnsson, J. J. & Uller, T. 2008. Mixed support for sexual selection theories of mate preferences in the Swedish population. Evolutionary Psychology 6:575-585
50. Sherman, C. S. H., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. & Olsson, M. 2008. Intraspecific variation in sperm traits in a prolonged breeder, Peron’s Tree Frog, Litoria peronii. Naturwissenschaften, 95:1055-1061
49. Uller, T. 2008. Developmental plasticity and the evolution of parental effects. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23: 432-438
48. Olsson, M., Wapstra, E., Healey, M., Schwartz, T. & Uller, T. 2008. Selection on space use in a polymorphic lizard. Evolutionary Ecology Research 10: 621-627
47. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2008. Multiple paternity in reptiles: patterns and processes. Molecular Ecology 17: 2566-2580
46. Sagvik, J., Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2008. A genetic component to resistance to fungal infection in frog embryos. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 275: 1393-1396
45. Olsson, M., Wilson, M., Isaksson, C., Uller, T. & Mott, B. 2008. Carotenoid intake does not mediate a relationship between Reactive Oxygen Species and coloration: experimental test in a lizard. Journal of Experimental Biology 21: 1257-1261
44. Olsson, M., Wilson, M., Uller, T., Mott, B. & Isaksson, C. 2008. Variation in Reactive Oxygen Species is explained by family, sex and clutch size. Naturwissenschaften 96: 25-29
43. Sherman, C. D. H., Wapstra, E., Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2008. Male and female effects on fertilization success and offspring viability in the Peron’s tree frog, Litoria peronii. Austral Ecology 33: 348-352
42. Olsson, M., Wilson, M., Uller, T., Mott, B. & Isaksson, C. 2008. Free radicals run in lizard families. Biology Letters 4:186-188
41. Sherman, C. S. H., Wapstra, E., Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2008. Males with high genetic similarity to females sire more offspring in sperm competition in Peron’s tree frog, Litoria peronii. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 275: 971-978
40. Healey, M., Uller, T & Olsson, M. 2008. Variety is the spice of life: Female lizards prefer polymorphic male dyads over monomorphic dyads. Ethology 114: 231-237
39. Sagvik, J., Uller, T., Stenlund, T. & Olsson, M. 2008. Intraspecific variation in resistance of frog eggs to fungal infection. Evolutionary Ecology 22: 193-201

38. Marshall, D. J. & Uller, T. 2007. When is a maternal effect adaptive? Oikos 166: 1957-1963
37. Olsson, M., Healey, M., Wapstra, E., Schwartz, T., LeBas, N. & Uller, T. 2007. Mating system variation and morph fluctuations in a polymorphic lizard. Molecular Ecology 16: 5307-5315
36. Olsson, M., Schwartz, T., Uller, T. & Healey, M. 2007. Sons are made from old stores: sperm storage effects on sex ratio in a lizard. Biology Letters 3: 491-493
35. Healey, M., Uller, T, Olsson, M. 2007. Seeing red: morph-specific contest success, and survival rates, in a colour-polymorphic agamid lizard. Animal Behaviour 73: 337-341
34. Uller, T., Pen, I., Wapstra, E., Beukeboom, L. & Komdeur, J. 2007. Evolution of sex ratios and sex-determining systems. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 22: 292-297
33. Wapstra, E., Uller, T., Pen, I., Olsson, M., Shine, R. & Komdeur, J. 2007. Disentangling the complexities of vertebrate sex allocation: a role for squamate reptiles? Oikos 116: 1051-1057
32. Uller, T., Astheimer, L. & Olsson, M. 2007. Consequences of maternal yolk testosterone for offspring development and survival: experimental test in a lizard. Functional Ecology 21: 544-551

31. Uller, T., Mott, B., Odierna, G. & Olsson, M. 2006. Consistent sex ratio bias of individual female dragon lizards. Biology Letters 2: 569-572
30. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2006. No seasonal sex ratio shift despite sex-specific fitness returns of hatching date in a lizard with genotypic sex determination. Evolution 60: 2131-2136
29. Uller, T., Isaksson, C. & Olsson, M. 2006. Immune challenge reduces reproductive output and growth in a lizard. Functional Ecology 20: 873-879
28. Isaksson, C., Uller, T. & Andersson, S. A. 2006. Parental effects on plumage coloration in nestling great tits, Parus major. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 60: 556-562
27. Uller, T., Sagvik, J. & Olsson, M. 2006. Crosses between frog populations reveal genetic divergence in larval life history at short geographic distance. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89: 189-195
26. Uller, T. 2006. Sex-specific sibling interactions and offspring fitness in vertebrates: patterns and implications for maternal sex ratios. Biological Reviews, 81: 207-217
25. Uller, T & Olsson, M. 2006. Direct exposure to corticosterone during embryonic development influences behaviour in an ovoviviparous lizard. Ethology, 112: 390-397
24. Uller, T., Andersson, S. & Eklöf, J. 2006. Juvenile cell mediated immune response is negatively correlated with subsequent adult ornament size in quail. Evolutionary Ecology, 20: 1-9

23. Jansson, N., Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2005. Female dragons, Ctenophorus pictus, do not prefer scent from unrelated males. Australian Journal of Zoology, 53: 279-282
22. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2005. Continuous male presence required for fertilisation in captive painted dragons, Ctenophorus pictus. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 303A: 1115-1119
21. Uller, T., Meylan, S., de Fraipont, L. & Clobert, J. 2005. Is sexual dimorphism affected by the combined action of prenatal stress and sex ratio? Journal of Experimental Zoology, 303A:1110-1114
20. Olsson, M., Wapstra, E. & Uller, T. 2005. Differential sex allocation in sand lizards, Lacerta agilis, a species with heteromorphic sex chromosomes. Biology Letters 1: 378-380
19. Uller, T., Eklöf, J. & Andersson, S. 2005. Female egg investment in relation to male sexual traits and the potential for transgenerational effects in sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57: 584-590
18. Sagvik, J., Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2005. Outbreeding depression in the common frog, Rana temporaria. Conservation Genetics 6: 205-211
17. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2005. Multiple copulations in natural populations of lizards: evidence for the fertility assurance hypothesis. Behaviour 142: 45-56
16. Olsson, M., Madsen, T., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. & Ujvari, B. 2005. The role of Haldane’s rule in sex allocation. Evolution 59: 221-225
15. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2005. The trade-off between offspring size and number in Lacerta vivipara: a comparison between field and laboratory conditions. Journal of Zoology 265: 295-299

2004 and earlier
14. Uller, T., Massot, M., Richard, M., Lecomte, J. & Clobert, J. 2004. Long-lasting fitness consequences of prenatal sex ratio in a viviparous lizard. Evolution 58: 2511-2516
13. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2004. Ectoparasite susceptibility in lizards from populations sympatric and allopatric with ticks. EcoScience 11: 428-432
12. Olsson, M., Madsen, T., Ujvari, B., Uller, T. & Wapstra, E. 2004. Haldane rules: costs of outbreeding at production of daughters in sand lizards. Ecology Letters 7: 924-928
11. Andersson, S., Uller, T., Lõhmus, M. & Sundström, F. 2004. Effects of egg yolk testosterone on growth and immunity in a precocial bird. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 17: 501-504
10. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2003. Prenatal exposure to testosterone increases ectoparasite susceptibility in the common lizard, Lacerta vivipara. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 270: 1867-1870
9. Uller, T., Olsson, M. & Madsen, T. 2003. Family and population effects on disease resistance in a reptile. Heredity 91: 112-116
8. Uller, T. & Johansson, L. C. 2003. Human mate choice and the wedding ring effect: are married men more attractive? Human Nature 14: 267-276
7. Uller, T. 2003. Viviparity as a constraint on sex ratio evolution. Evolution 57: 927-931
6. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2003. Life in the land of the midnight sun: are northern lizards adapted to longer days? Oikos 101: 317-322
5. Olsson, M & Uller, T. 2003. Temperature, survival, and local adaptation in the common frog, Rana temporaria. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:431-437
4. Uller, T. & Olsson, M. 2003. Prenatal sex ratios influence sexual dimorphism in a reptile. Journal of Experimental Zoology 295A: 183-187
3. Olsson, M. & Uller, T. 2002. Developmental stability and genetic architecture: a comparison within and across thermal regimes in tadpoles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15: 625-633
2. Uller, T., Olsson, M. & Ståhlberg, F. 2002. Variation in heritability of tadpole growth: an experimental analysis. Heredity 88: 480-484
1. Ståhlberg, F., Olsson, M. & Uller, T. 2001. Population divergence of developmental thermal optima in Swedish common frogs, Rana temporaria. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14: 755-762


Miscellaneous Publications

Uller, T. 2003. Reptiles as model systems in biological research (Reptiler som modellsystem i biologisk forskning) In: Research on non-traditional laboratory animals (Forskning på icke-traditionella försöksdjur). Animal Ethics Committee Publications 48, in Swedish
Uller, T. 2004. Sexual selection and mate choice in humans (Sexuell selektion och partnerval hos människor). Mervetarna, in Swedish
Uller, T. 2005. Masculinity and feminity from a biological perspective (Hanligt och honligt ur ett biologiskt perspektiv). In: Dialogues on sex and gender (Dialoger om kön och genus), Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, in Swedish
Uller, T. 2008. Review of Haywood, Sacha ’The laws of evolution and derived lawlike principles’. Ibis 150: 849-850
Uller, T. 2010. Data in need of theory – review of ‘Maternal effects in mammals’, eds Mateo & Maestripieri. Anim Behav 79:1399-1400
Uller, T. 2012. Review of Olmo, E (ed). ‘Sex determination and differentiation in reptiles’, Copeia, in press.