Lind MI, Zwoinska MK, Andersson J, Carlsson H, Krieg T, Larva T and AA Maklakov. Environmental variation mediates the evolution of anticipatory parental effects. bioRxiv Preprint (not peer-reviewed)
Mautz BS, Lind MI and AA Maklakov. Dietary restriction improves fitness of ageing parents but reduces fitness of their offspring. bioRxiv Preprint (not peer-reviewed)
Berg EC, Lind MI, Monahan S, Bricout S and AA Maklakov. Kin selection and sexual conflict: male relatedness and familiarity do not affect female fitness in seed beetles. bioRxiv Preprint (not peer-reviewed)
Spagopoulou F, Teplitsky C, Lind MI, Gustafsson L and AA Maklakov. Silver-spoon upbringing improves early-life fitness but promotes reproductive ageing in a wild bird. bioRxiv Preprint (not peer-reviewed)
Lind MI*, Ravindran S*, Sekajova Z, Carlsson H, Hinas A and AA Maklakov (2019) Experimentally reduced insulin/IGF-1 signaling in adulthood extends lifespan of parents and improves Darwinian fitness of their offspring. Evolution Letters 3: 207-216 Recommended by
Lind MI and F Spagopoulou (2018) Evolutionary consequences of epigenetic inheritance. Heredity 121: 205-209
Reger J, Lind MI, Robinson MR and AP Beckerman (2018) Predation drives local adaptation of phenotypic plasticity. Nature Ecol. Evol. 2: 100-107
Carter MJ, Lind MI, Dennis SR, Hentley W and AP Beckerman (2017) Evolution of a predator-induced, non-linear reaction norm. Proc. R. Soc. B: Biol. Sci. 284: 20170859
Maklakov AA, Carlsson H, Denbaum P, Lind MI, Mautz B, Hinas A and S Immler (2017) Antagonistically pleiotropic allele increases lifespan and late-life reproduction at the cost of early-life reproduction and individual fitness. Proc. R. Soc. B: Biol. Sci. 284: 20170376 Recommended by
Lind MI, Chen H-y, Meurling S, Guevara Gil AC, Carlsson H, Zwoinska M, Andersson J, Larva T and AA Maklakov (2017) Slow development as an evolutionary cost of long life. Funct. Ecol. 31: 1252-1261
Lind MI, Chen H-y, Cortazar-Chinarro M and AA Maklakov (2017) Rapamycin additively extends lifespan in short- and long-lived lines of the nematode Caenorhabditis remanei. Exp. Geront. 90:79-82
Berger D, Martinossi I, Grieshop K, Lind MI, Maklakov AA and G Arnqvist (2016) Intralocus sexual conflict and the tragedy of the commons in seed beetles. Am. Nat. 188: E98-E112
Berger D, You T, Ruiz Minano M,Grieshop K, Lind MI, Arnqvist G and AA Maklakov (2016) Sexually antagonistic selection on genetic variation underlying both male and female same-sex sexual behavior BMC Evol. Biol. 16:88
Zwoinska MK, Lind MI, Cortazar-Chinarro M, Ramsden M and AA Maklakov (2016) Selection on learning performance results in the correlated evolution of sexual dimorphism in life-history. Evolution 70:342-357
Lind MI, Zwoinska MK, Meurling S, Carlsson H and AA Maklakov (2016) Sex-specific trade-offs with growth and fitness following lifespan extension by rapamycin in an outcrossing nematode, Caenorhabditis remanei. J. Gerontol. A Biol. Sci. Med. Sci. 71: 882-890
Lind MI, Yarlett K, Reger J, Carter MJ and AP Beckerman (2015). The alignment between phenotypic plasticity, the major axis of genetic variation and the response to selection. Proc. R. Soc. B: Biol. Sci. 282:20151651
Liess A, Guo J, Lind MI and O Rowe (2015). Cold tadpoles from Arctic environments waste less nutrients – high gross growth efficiencies lead to low consumer-mediated nutrient recycling in the North. J. Anim. Ecol. 84:1744-1756
Lind MI*, Berg EC*, Alavioon G and AA Maklakov (2015). Evolution of differential maternal age effects on male and female offspring development and longevity. Funct. Ecol. 29:104-110
Berger D, Grieshop K, Lind MI, Goenaga J, Maklakov AA and G Arnqvist (2014). Intralocus sexual conflict and environmental stress. Evolution 68: 2184-2196
Zwoinska M*, Lind MI* and AA Maklakov (2014). Sexual conflict: Male control of female longevity. Current Biology 24: R196-R198
Johansson F, Veldhoen N, Lind MI and C Helbing (2013). Phenotypic plasticity in the hepatic transcriptome of the common frog (Rana temporaria): the interplay between environmental induction and geographic lineage on developmental response. Mol. Ecol. 22: 5608-5623
Liess A, Rowe O, Guo J, Thomsson G and MI Lind (2013). Hot tadpoles from cold environments need more nutrients -life history and stoichiometry reflects latitudinal adaptation. J. Anim. Ecol. 82: 1316-1325
Brodin T, MI Lind, M Kaltiala Wiberg and F Johansson (2013). Personality trait differences between mainland and island populations in the common frog (Rana temporaria). Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 67: 135-143
Johansson F, MI Lind, PK Ingvarsson and F Bokma (2012). Evolution of the G-matrix in life history traits during a recent colonisation of an island system. Evol. Ecol. 26: 863-878
Lind MI and F Johansson (2011) Testing the role of phenotypic plasticity for local adaptation: growth and development in time-constrained Rana temporaria populations. J. Evol. Biol. 24: 2696-2704.
Lind MI, PK Ingvarsson, H Johansson, D Hall and F Johansson (2011) Gene flow and selection on phenotypic plasticity in an island system of Rana temporaria. Evolution 65: 684-697.
Johansson F, B Lederer and MI Lind (2010) Trait performance correlations across life stages under environmental stress conditions in the common frog, Rana temporaria. PLoS ONE 5:e11680.
Lind MI and F Johansson (2009) Costs and limits of phenotypic plasticity in island populations of the common frog Rana temporaria under divergent selection pressures. Evolution 63: 1508-1518.
Lind MI, F Persbo and F Johansson (2008) Pool desiccation and developmental thresholds in the common frog, Rana temporaria. Proc. R. Soc. B: Biol. Sci. 275: 1073-1080.
Lind MI, and F Johansson (2007) The degree of phenotypic plasticity is correlated with the spatial environmental heterogeneity experienced by island populations of Rana temporaria. J. Evol. Biol. 20:1288-1297.
Lind MI (2009) Phenotypic plasticity and local adaptation in island populations of Rana temporaria. Ph.D. Thesis, Umeå University, Umeå ISBN: 978-91-7264-836-4