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Paul Martin Brakefield

Geboren
1952-05-31 te Woking, Verenigd Koninkrijk, Engeland
Geslacht
Man

Promotie (1979)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
1979
Plaats
Liverpool
Proefschrift
An experimental study of the maintenance of variation in spot pattern in Maniola jurtina

Gewoon Hoogleraar (1987 - 2011)

Benoeming
Gewoon Hoogleraar
Faculteit
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen
Vakgebied
Biologie
Leeropdracht
Evolutiebiologie
Datum benoeming
1987-03-17
Datum ambtsaanvaarding
1987-10-01
Datum oratie
1988-11-18
Titel oratie
De studie van evolutie door natuurlijke selectie in het veld
Datum uit dienst
2011-11-01

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
  • Osinga N., Shahi Ferdous M.M., Morick D., García Hartman M., Ulloa J., Vedder L., Udo de Haes H.A., Brakefield P.M., Osterhaus A.D.M.E. & Kuiken T. (2012), Patterns of Stranding and Mortality in Common Seals (Phoca vitulina) and Grey Seals (Halichoerus grypus) in The Netherlands between 1979 and 2008, Journal of Comparative Pathology 147(4): 550-565.
  • Plischke A., Choi Y.H., Brakefield P.M., Klinkhamer P.G.L. & Bruinsma M. (2012), Metabolomic plasticity in GM and Non-GM potato leaves in response to Aphid Herbivory and virus infection., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 60: 1488-1493.
  • Shirai L.T., Saenko S.V., Keller R.A., Jerónimo M.A., Brakefield P.M., Descimon H., Wahlberg N. & Beldade P. (2012), Evolutionary history of the recruitment of conserved developmental genes in association to the formation and diversification of a novel trait., BMC Evol. Biol. 12: 21.
  • Osinga N., Pen I., Udo de Haes H.A. & Brakefield P.M. (2012), Evidence for a progressively earlier pupping season of the common seal (Phoca vitulina) in the Wadden Sea, Journal of Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 92(8): 1663-1668.
  • Osinga N., Nussbaum S.B., Brakefield P.M. & Udo de Haes H.A. (2012), Response of common seals (Phoca vitulina) to human disturbances in the Dollard estuary of the Wadden Sea, Mammalian Biology 77(4): 281-287.
  • Oostra V., Jong M.A. de, Inverge B.M., Kesbeke F.M.H.N., Wende F., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2011), Translating environmoostraental gradients into discontinuous reaction norms via hormone signalling in a polyphenic butterfly, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 278: 789-797.
  • Lewis Z., Brakefield P.M. & Wedell N. (2010), Speed or sperm: a potential trade-off between development and reproduction in the butterfly, Bicyclus anynana (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)., European Journal of Entomology 107(1): 55-59.
  • Oostra V., Jong M.A. de, Invergo B.M., Kesbeke F.M.H.N., Wende F., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2010), Translating environmental gradients into discontinuous reaction norms via hormone signalling in a polyphenic butterfly. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B.
  • Brakefield P.M., Beldade P. & Zwaan B.J. (2009), The African butterfly Bicyclus anynana: evolutionary genetics and evo-devo.. In: Behringer, R.R., Johnson, A.D., Krumlauf, R.E. (Red.) Emerging Model Organisms: A Laboratory Manual: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. 291-329.
  • Brakefield P.M. & Joron M. (2009), The flexibility of butterfly wing color patterns and evolution in morphospace.. In: Grant, P.R. and Grant B.R. (Red.) From Field Observations to Mechanisms: A Program in Evolutionary Biology.: Princeton University Press.
  • Brakefield P.M. & Frankino W.A. (2009), Polyphenisms in Lepidoptera: Multidisciplinary approaches to studies of evolution.. In: Whitman, D.W. and T.N. Ananthakrishnan (Red.) Phenotypic Plasticity in Insects. Mechanisms and Consequences. Plymouth, U.K.: Science Publishers, Inc.,. 281-312.
  • Lommen S.T.E., Saenko S.V., Tomoyasu Y. & Brakefield P.M. (2009), Development of a wingless morph in the ladybird beetle, Adalia bipunctata., Evolution & Development 11: 278-289.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2009), A focus on both form and function in examining constraint versus selection.. In: Laubishler, M.D. and J. Maienschein (Red.) Form and Function in Developmental Evolution. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. 112-129.
  • Saccheri I.J., Rousset F., Watts P.C., Brakefield P.M. & Cook L.M. (2008), Selection and gene flow on a diminishing cline of melanic peppered moths. In: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA.
  • Allen C.E., Beldade P., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2008), Differences in the selection response of serially repeated color pattern characters: standing variation, development, and evolution, BMC Evol. Biol. 8: 94.
  • Beldade P., French V. & Brakefield P.M. (2008), Developmental and genetic mechanisms for evolutionary diversification of serial repeats: eyespot size in Bicyclus anynana butterflies, Journal of experimental zoolog (Molecular and developmental evolution) 310B: 191-201.
  • Zwaan B.J., Zijlstra W.G., Keller M., Pijpe J. & Brakefield P.M. (2008), Potential constraints on evolution: sexual dimorphism and the problem of protandry in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Journal of Genetics 87: 395-405.
  • Brakefield P.M., Beldade P. & Zwaan B.J. (2008), The African butterfly Bicyclus anynana: evolutionary genetics and evo-devo. In: Behringer, R.R., Johnson, A.D., and Krumlauf, R.E. (Red.) Emerging Model Organisms: A Laboratory Manual: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
  • Saccheri I.J., Rousset F., Brakefield P.M. & Cook L.M. (2008), Selection and gene flow on a diminishing cline of melanic peppered moths. In: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 1073-1079.
  • Molleman F., Ding J., Ling Wang J.L., Brakefield P.M., Carey J.R. & Zwaan B.J. (2008), Amino acid sources in the adult diet do not affect life span and fecundity in the fruit-feeding butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Ecological Entomology 33: 429-438.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2008), Prospects of Evo-Devo for Linking Pattern and Process in the Evolution of Morphospace. In: A. Minelli and G. Fusco (Red.) Evolving Pathways: Key Themes in Evolutionary Developmental Biology. Cambridge: CUP. 62-79.
  • Nieberding C.M., Vos H. de, Schneider M.V., Lassance J.-M., Estramil N., Andersson J., Bång J., Hedenström E., Löfstedt C. & Brakefield P.M. (2008), The male sex pheromone of the butterfly Bicyclus anynana: Towards an evolutionary analysis, PLoS ONE 3(7): e2751.
  • Hof A. van 't, Marec E., Saccheri I.J., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2008), Cytogenetic characterization and AFLP-based genetic linkage mapping for the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, covering all 28 karyotyped chromosomes, PLoS ONE 3(12): e3882.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2008), A focus on both form and function in examining constraint versus selection. In: M. Laubishler and J. Maienschein (Red.) Form and Function in Developmental Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 112-130.
  • Lommen S.T.E., Middendorp C.W., Luijten C.A., Schelt J. van, Brakefield P.M. & Jong P.W. de (2008), Can natural flightless ladybirds imnprove biocontrol of aphids?, IOBC wprs Bulletin 32: 127-130.
  • Pijpe J., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2008), Increased lifespan in a polyphenic butterfly artificially selected for starvation resistance, American Naturalist 171(1): 81-90.
  • Molleman F., Ding J., Wang J.L., Zwaan B.J., Carey J.R. & Brakefield P.M. (2008), Adult diet affects life span and reproduction of the fruit-feeding butterfly Charaxes fulvescens, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 29: 54-65.
  • Lommen S.T.E., Middendorp C.W., Luijten C.A., Schelt J. van & Brakefield P.M. (2008), Can natural flightless ladybirds improve biocontrol of aphids?, IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 32: 127-130.
  • Saenko S.V., French V., Brakefield P.M. & Beldade P. (2008), Conserved developmental processes and the formation of evolutionary novelties: examples from butterfly wings, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 363: 1549-1555.
  • Saenko S.V., French V., Brakefield P.M. & Beldade P. (2008), Conserved developmental processes and the formation of evolutionary novelties: examples from butterfly wing, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 363: 1549-1555.
  • Fischer K., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2007), Realized correlated responses to artificial selection on life-history traits in a butterfly, Heredity 98: 157-164.
  • Hof A.E. van 't, Brakefield P.M., Saccheri I.J. & Zwaan B.J. (2007), Evolutionary dynamics of multilocus microsatellite arrangements in the genome of the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, with implications for other Lepidoptera, Heredity 98(5): 320-328.
  • Breuker C.J., Jong P.W. de, Victoir K., Vrieling K. & Brakefield P.M. (2007), Pleiotropic effects associated with an allele enabling the flea beetle Phyllotreta nemorum to use Barbarea vulgaris as a host plant, Evolutionary Ecology 21(1): 13-26.
  • Molleman F., Zwaan B.J., Brakefield P.M. & Carey J.R. (2007), Extraordinary long life spans in fruit-feeding butterflies can provide window on evolution of life span and aging, Experimental Gerontology 42: 472-482.
  • Breuker C.J., Brakefield P.M. & Gibbs M. (2007), The association between wing morphology and dispersal is sex-specific in the Glanville fritillary butterfly Melitaea cinxia, European Journal of Entomology 104: 445-452.
  • Frankino W.A., Zwaan B.J., Stern D.L. & Brakefield P.M. (2007), Internal and external constraints in the evolution of morphological allometries in a butterfly, Evolution 61(12): 2958-2970.
  • Breuker C.J., Gibbs M., Dyck H. van, Brakefield P.M., Klingenberg C.P. & Dongen S. van (2007), Integration of wings and their eyespots in the speckled wood butterfly Pararge aegeria, Journal of experimental zoolog (Molecular and developmental evolution) 308B: 454-463.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2007), Butterfly eyespot patterns and how evolutionary tinkering yields diversity. In: D.E. Lieberman and B.K. Hall (Red.) Tinkering: The microevolution of Development: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.. 90109.
  • Brakefield P.M. & Frankino W.A. (2007), Polyphenisms in Lepidoptera: Multidisciplinary approaches to studies of evolution. In: Whitman, D. W. and T. N. Ananthakrishnan (Red.) Phenotypic Plasticity in Insects. Mechanisms and Consequences. Plymouth, UK: Science Publishers, Inc.. 281-312.
  • Brakefield P.M., Pijpe J. & Zwaan B.J. (2007), Developmental plasticity and acclimation both contribute to adaptive responses to alternating seasons of plenty and of stress in Bicyclus butterflies, Journal of Biosci. 32(3): 465-475.
  • Pijpe J., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2007), Phenotypic plasticity of starvation resistance in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Evolutionary Ecology 21: 589-600.
  • Monteiro A., Chen B., Scott L.C., Vedder L., Prijs H.J., Belicha-Villanueva A. & Brakefield P.M. (2007), The combined effect of two mutations that alter serially homologous pattern elements on the fore and hindwings of a butterfly, BMC Genetics 8.
  • Saccheri I.J., Nichols R.A. & Brakefield P.M. (2006), Morphological differentiation following experimental bottlenecks in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana (Nymphalidae), Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89: 107-115.
  • Baldal E.A., Baktawar W., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2006), Methuselah life history in a variety of conditions, implications for the use of mutants in longevity research, Experimental Gerontology 41: 1126-1135.
  • Baldal E.A., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2006), Multitrait evolution in lines of Drosophila melanogaster selected for increased starvation resistance: the role of metabolic rate and implications for the evolution of longevity, Evolution 60: 1435-1444.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2006), Physiology, development, genetics and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity: studies with butterfly eyespots. In: Comparative Developmental Physiology. Contributions, Tools, and Trends: Oxford University Press. 58-70.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2006), Evo-devo and constraints on selection, Trends in Ecology & Evolution 21: 362-368.
  • Pijpe J., Fischer K., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2006), Consequences of artificial selection on pre-adult development for adult lifespan under benign conditions in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 127: 802-807.
  • Brakefield P.M. & Roskam J.C. (2006), Exploring evolutionary constraints is a task for an integrative evolutionary biology, American Naturalist 168: S4-S13.
  • Fischer K., Bot A.N.M., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2006), Do mothers producing large offspring have to sacrifice fecundity?, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 380-391.
  • Brakefield P.M. & French V. (2006), Evo-devo focus issue, Heredity 97: 137-138.
  • Eldredge N., Thompson J.N., Brakefield P.M., Gravrilets S., Jablonski D., Jackson J.B.C., Lenski R.E., Lieberman B.S., McPeek M.A. & Miller W. (2005), The dynamics of evolutionary stasis, Paleobiology 31: 133-145.
  • Steigenga M.J., Zwaan B.J., Brakefield P.M. & Fischer K. (2005), The evolutionary genetics of egg size plasticity in a butterfly, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 281-189.
  • Baldal E.A., Linde K. van der, Alphen J.J.M. van, Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2005), The effects of larval density on adult life-history traits in three species of Drosophila, Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 126(3): 407-416.
  • Molleman F., Alphen J.J.M. van, Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2005), The preferences and food quality for fruit-feeding butterflies in Kibale Forest, Uganda, Biotropica 37: 657-663.
  • Brakefield P.M., Gems D., Cowen T., Christensen K., Grubeck-Loebenstein B., Keller L., Oeppen J., Rodriguez-Pena A., Stazi M.A., Tatar M. & Westendorp R.G.J. (2005), What are the effects of maternal and pre-adult environments on aging in humans, and are there lessons from animal models?, Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 126: 431-438.
  • Brakefield P.M., Gems D., Cowen T., Christensen K., Grubeck-Loebenstein B., Keller L., Oeppen J., Rodriguez-Pena A., Stazi M.A., Tatar M. & Westendorp R.G.J. (2005), What are the effects of material and pre-adult environments on ageing in humans, and are there lessons from animal models?, Mech Ageing Dev 126 (3): 431-438.
  • Pannebakker B.A., Schidlo N.S., Boskamp G.J.F., Dooren T.J.M. van, Breukeboom L.W., Zwaan B.J., Brakefield P.M. & Alphen J.J.M. van (2005), Sexual functionality of Leptopilina clavipes (Hymenoptera: Figitidae) after reversing Wolbachia-induced parthenogenesis, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 1019-1028.
  • Lommen S.T.E., Jong P.W. de & Brakefield P.M. (2005), Phenotypic plasticity of elytron length in wingless two-spot ladybird beetles, Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), European Journal of Entomology 102: 553-556.
  • Molleman F., Grunsven R., Liefting M., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2005), Is male puddling behaviour of tropical butterflies targeted at sodium for nuptial gifts or for activity?, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 86: 345-361.
  • Beldade P., Brakefield P.M. & Long A.D. (2005), Generating phenotypic variation: prospects from ¿evo-devo¿ research on Bicyclus anynana wing patterns, Evolution & Development 7(2): 101-107.
  • Molleman F., Krenn H.W., Alphen M. van, Brakefield P.M., Vries P.J. & Zwaan B.J. (2005), Food intake of fruit-feeding butterflies: evidence for adaptive variation in proboscis morphology, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 86: 333-343.
  • Brakefield P.M. & French V. (2005), How and why to spot fly wings, Nature 433: 466-467.
  • Hof A.E. van 't, Zwaan B.J., Saccheri I.J., Daly D., Bot A.N.M. & Brakefield P.M. (2005), Characterization of 28 microsatellite loci for the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Molecular Ecology Notes 5: 169-172.
  • Saccheri I.J., Lloyd H.D., Heylar S.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2005), Inbreeding uncovers fundamental differences in the genetic load affecting male and female fertility in a butterfly, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 272: 39-46.
  • Breuker C.J., Victoir K., Jong P.W. de, Meijden E. van der, Brakefield P.M. & Vrieling K. (2005), AFLP markers for a dominant allele in the flea beetle, Phyllotreta nemorum, conferring ability to feed on toxic Barbarea vulgaris ssp. arcuata G-type, Journal of Insect Science 5: 38.
  • Fischer K., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2004), Genetic and environmental sources of egg size variation in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Heredity 92: 163-169.
  • Fischer K., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2004), Plasticity in butterfly egg size: Why larger offspring at lower temperatures?, Ecology 84: 3138-3147.
  • Fischer K., Bot A.N.M., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2004), Genetic and environmental sources of egg size variation in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Heredity 92: 1-7.
  • Lyytinen A., Brakefield P.M., Lindstrom L. & Mappes J. (2004), Does predation maintain eyespot plasticity in Bicyclus anynana?, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 271: 279-283.
  • Molleman F., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2004), The effect of male sodium diet and mating history on female reproduction in the puddling squinting bush brown Bicyclus anynana (Lepidoptera), Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56: 404-411.
  • Müller C., Barker A., Boeve J.-L., Jong P.W. de, Vos H. de & Brakefield P.M. (2004), Phylogeography of two parthenogenetic sawfly species (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae): relationship of population genetic differentiation to host plant distribution, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 83: 219-227.
  • Vlieger L., Müller C. & Brakefield P.M. (2004), Effectiveness of the defence mechanism of the turnip sawfly, Athalia rosae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae), against predation by lizards, Bulletin of Entomological Research 94: 283-289.
  • Ueno H., Jong P.W. de & Brakefield P.M. (2004), Genetic basis and fitness consequences of winglessness in the two-spot ladybird beetle, Adalia bipunctata, Heredity 93: 283-289.
  • Pannebakker B.A., Beukeboom L.W., Alphen J.J.M. van, Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2004), The Genetic Basis of Male Fertility in Relation to Haplodiploid Reproduction in Leptopilina clavipes (Hymenoptera: Figitidae), Genetics 168(1): 341-349.
  • Vandewoestijne S., Baguette M., Brakefield P.M. & Saccheri I.J. (2004), Phylogeography of Aglias urticae (Lepidoptera) based on DNA sequences of the mitochondrial COI gene and control region, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 31: 630-646.
  • Zijlstra W.G., Steigenga M.J., Koch P.B., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2004), Butterfly selected lines explore the hormonal basis of interactions between life histories and morphology, American Naturalist 163: E76-E87.
  • Pannebakker B.A., Beukeboom L.W., Alphen J.J.M. van, Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2004), The genetic basis of male fertility in relation to haplodiploid reproduction in Leptopilina clavipes (Hymenoptera: Figitidae), Genetics 168: 341-349.
  • Oosterhout C. van, Heuven M.K. van & Brakefield P.M. (2004), On the neutrality of molecular genetic markers: pedigree analysis of genetic variation in fragmented populations, Molecular Ecology 13: 1025-1034.
  • French V. & Brakefield P.M. (2004), Pattern formation: A focus on notch in butterfly eyespots, Current Biology 14: R663-R665.
  • Beldade P. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), The difficult of agreeing about constraints, Evolution & Development 5: 119-129.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2003), Crypsis. In: Resh V.H. Carde (Red.) Encyclopedia of Insects. Amsterdam: Academic Press. 269-273.
  • Fischer K., Eenhoorn E., Bot A.N.M., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2003), Cooler butterflies lay larger egges: development plasticity versus acclimation, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 270: 2051-2056.
  • Beldade P. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Concerted evolution and developmental initegration in modular wing patterns, Evolution & Development 5: 169-179.
  • Müller C. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Analysis of a chemical defense in sawfly larvae: easy bleeding targets predatory wasps in late summer, Journal of Chemical Ecology 29: 2683-2694.
  • Brakefield P.M. & Monteiro A. (2003), The evolution of butterfly eyespot patterns. In: Boggs C.L. Watt, Ehrlich P.R. (Red.) Butterflies: Ecology and Evolution Taking Flight. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 243-297.
  • Richardson M.K. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Developmental hotspots for evolution?, Nature 424: 894-895.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2003), Artificial selection and the development of ecologically relevant phenotypes, Ecology 84: 1661-1671.
  • Joron M. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Captivity masks inbreeding effects on male mating success in butterflies, Nature 424: 191-194.
  • Brakefield P.M. (2003), The power of evo-devo to explore evolutionary constraints: experiments with butterfly eyespots, Zoology 106: 283-290.
  • Müller C., Zwaan B.J., Vos H. de & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Chemical defence in a sawfly: genetic components of variation in relevant life-history traits, Heredity 60: 468-475.
  • Brakefield P.M., French V. & Zwaan B.J. (2003), Development and the genetics of evolutionary change within insect species, Annual Review of Ecol. Evol. Syst. 34: 633-660.
  • Richardson M.K. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Hotspots for Evolution, Nature 424: 894-895.
  • Breuker C.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Heat shock in the developmentally sensitive period of butterfly eyespots fails to increase fluctuating asymmetry, Evolution & Development 5: 231-239.
  • Monteiro A., Prijs J., Bax M., Hakkaart T.D. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Mutants highlight the modular control of butterfly eyespot patterns, Evolution & Development 5: 180-187.
  • Brakefield P.M. & Wijngaarden P.J. (2003), Phenotypic plasticity. In: Hall B.K. Olson (Red.) Keywords & Concepts in Evolutionary Developmental Biology: Harvard University Press Reference Library. 288-297.
  • Breuker C.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2003), Lack of response to selection for lower fluctuating asymmetry of mutant eyespots in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Heredity 91: 17-27.
  • Zijlstra W.G., Steigenga M.J., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2003), Simultaneous selection on two-components of life-history in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Evolution 57: 1852-1862.
  • Lyytinen A., Brakefield P.M. & Mappes J. (2003), Significance of butterfly eyespots as an anti-predator device in ground-based and aerial attacks, OIKOS 100: 3373-379.
  • Fischer K., Bot A.N.M., Brakefield P.M. & Zwaan B.J. (2003), Fitness consequences of temperature-mediated egg size plasticity in a butterfly, Functional Ecology 17: 803-810.
  • Müller C., Boeve J.-L. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Host plant derived feeding deterrence towards ants in the turnip sawfly Athalia rosae, Entomol. Exp. Appl. 104: 153-157.
  • Beldade P. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), The genetics and evo-devo of butterfly wing patterns, Nature Reviews Genetics 3: 442-452.
  • Wijngaarden P.J., Koch P.B. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Artificial selection on the shape of reaction norms for eyespot size in the butterlfy Bicyclus anynana: direct and correlated responses, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15: 290-300.
  • Beldade P., Koops K. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Modularity, individuality, and evo-devo in butterfly wings, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 99: 14262-14267.
  • Fischer K., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), How does egg size relate to body size in butterflies?, Oecologia 131: 375-379.
  • Zijlstra W.G., Kesbeke F.M.H.N., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Protandry in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Evolutionary Ecology 4: 1229-1240.
  • Breuker C.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Female choice depends on size but not symmetry of dorsal eyespots in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 269: 1233-1239.
  • Saccheri I.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Rapid spread of immigrant genomes into inbred populations, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 269: 1073-1078.
  • Zijlstra W.G., Zwaan B.J. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Life history of Bicyclus anynana mutants: Can they serve as internal controls?, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 102: 87-92.
  • Beldade P., Koops K. & Brakefield P.M. (2002), Developmental constraints versus flexibility in morphological evolution, Nature 416: 844-847.
  • Beldade P., Brakefield P.M. & Long T. (2002), Contribution of Distal-less to quantitative variation in butterfly eyespots, Nature 415: 315-318.
  • Kooi R.E., Vries M. & Brakefield P.M. (1998), The effect of drought stress in food plants on the wing pattern induction of the polphenic tropical butterfly Bicyclus anynana (Lepidoptera: Satyridae)., Proceedings of Experimental & Applied Entomology, N.E.V. 9: 217-222.
  • Brakefield P.M., Kesbeke F.M.H.N. & Koch P.B. (1998), The regulation of phenotypic plasticity of eyespots in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana, American Naturalist 152: 853-860.
  • Jong P.W. de & Brakefield P.M. (1998), Climate and change in clines for melanism in the two-spot ladybird, Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B : Biological Sciences 265: 39-43.
  • Brakefield P.M. (1998), The evolution-development interface and advances with the eyespot patterns of Bicyclus butterflies, Heridity 80: 265-272.
  • Verhoog M.D., Breuker C.J. & Brakefield P.M. (1998), The influence of genes for melanism on the activity of the fluor moth, Ephestia kuhniella, Animal Behaviour 56: 683-688.
  • Ottenheim M.M., Henselaar A. & Brakefield P.M. (1998), Geographic variation in plasticity in Eristalis arbustorum, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 65: 215=-229-229.
  • Jong P.W. de, Brakefield P.M. & Geerinck B.P. (1998), The effect of female mating history on sperm precedence in the two-spot ladybird, Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae), Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 9: 559-565.
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