Göran Erik Nilsson
Göran Erik Nilsson
Professor of Biology, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo
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Near-future carbon dioxide levels alter fish behaviour by interfering with neurotransmitter function
GE Nilsson, DL Dixson, P Domenici, MI McCormick, C Sørensen, ...
Nature Climate Change 2 (3), 201-204, 2012
5062012
Evolutionary background for stress-coping styles: relationships between physiological, behavioral, and cognitive traits in non-mammalian vertebrates
Ø Øverli, C Sørensen, KGT Pulman, TG Pottinger, W Korzan, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 31 (3), 396-412, 2007
4202007
Roles of brain monoamine neurotransmitters in agonistic behaviour and stress reactions, with particular reference to fish
S Winberg, GE Nilsson
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Pharmacology, Toxicology and …, 1993
3851993
Hypoxia induces adaptive and reversible gross morphological changes in crucian carp gills
J Sollid, P De Angelis, K Gundersen, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (20), 3667-3673, 2003
3312003
Interacting effects of elevated temperature and ocean acidification on the aerobic performance of coral reef fishes
PL Munday, NE Crawley, GE Nilsson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 388, 235-242, 2009
2862009
Hypoxic survival strategies in two fishes: extreme anoxia tolerance in the North European crucian carp and natural hypoxic preconditioning in a coral-reef shark
GE Nilsson, GMC Renshaw
Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (18), 3131-3139, 2004
2422004
Elevated temperature reduces the respiratory scope of coral reef fishes
GE Nilsson, N Crawley, IG Lunde, PL Munday
Global Change Biology 15 (6), 1405-1412, 2009
2352009
Gill remodeling in fish–a new fashion or an ancient secret?
GE Nilsson
Journal of experimental Biology 210 (14), 2403-2409, 2007
2182007
Serotonin as a regulator of hypothalamic-pituitary-interrenal activity in teleost fish
S Winberg, A Nilsson, P Hylland, V Söderstöm, GE Nilsson
Neuroscience letters 230 (2), 113-116, 1997
2161997
Does size matter for hypoxia tolerance in fish?
GE Nilsson, S Östlund‐Nilsson
Biological Reviews 83 (2), 173-189, 2008
2082008
Temperature alters the respiratory surface area of crucian carp Carassius carassius and goldfish Carassius auratus
J Sollid, RE Weber, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (6), 1109-1116, 2005
2062005
Contrasting strategies for anoxic brain survival--glycolysis up or down.
PL Lutz, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (2), 411-419, 1997
2011997
Plasticity of respiratory structures—adaptive remodeling of fish gills induced by ambient oxygen and temperature
J Sollid, GE Nilsson
Respiratory physiology & neurobiology 154 (1-2), 241-251, 2006
1952006
Impact of global warming and rising CO2 levels on coral reef fishes: what hope for the future?
PL Munday, MI McCormick, GE Nilsson
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (22), 3865-3873, 2012
1752012
Acclimation to predicted ocean warming through developmental plasticity in a tropical reef fish
JM Donelson, PL Munday, MI McCormick, GE Nilsson
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1712-1719, 2011
1742011
Life on the edge: thermal optima for aerobic scope of equatorial reef fishes are close to current day temperatures
JL Rummer, CS Couturier, JAW Stecyk, NM Gardiner, JP Kinch, ...
Global change biology 20 (4), 1055-1066, 2014
1732014
Anoxia tolerant brains
GE Nilsson, PL Lutz
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 24 (5), 475-486, 2004
1642004
Surviving anoxia with the brain turned on
GE Nilsson
Physiology 16 (5), 217-221, 2001
1572001
Impaired learning of predators and lower prey survival under elevated CO2: a consequence of neurotransmitter interference
DP Chivers, MI McCormick, GE Nilsson, PL Munday, SA Watson, ...
Global change biology 20 (2), 515-522, 2014
1542014
Behavioral indicators of stress-coping style in rainbow trout: do males and females react differently to novelty?
Ø Øverli, C Sørensen, GE Nilsson
Physiology & Behavior 87 (3), 506-512, 2006
1522006
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