Mark Kirkpatrick
Mark Kirkpatrick
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The evolution of mating preferences and the paradox of the lek
M Kirkpatrick, MJ Ryan
Nature 350 (6313), 33-38, 1991
14011991
Evolution of a species' range
M Kirkpatrick, NH Barton
The American Naturalist 150 (1), 1-23, 1997
12501997
Sexual selection and the evolution of female choice
M Kirkpatrick
Evolution, 1-12, 1982
12231982
Chromosome inversions, local adaptation and speciation
M Kirkpatrick, N Barton
Genetics 173 (1), 419-434, 2006
7972006
The evolution of maternal characters
M Kirkpatrick, R Lande
Evolution 43 (3), 485-503, 1989
7961989
Analysis of the inheritance, selection and evolution of growth trajectories.
M Kirkpatrick, D Lofsvold, M Bulmer
Genetics 124 (4), 979-993, 1990
7701990
Speciation by natural and sexual selection: models and experiments
M Kirkpatrick, V Ravigné
the american naturalist 159 (S3), S22-S35, 2002
6752002
Directional selection and the evolution of breeding date in birds
T Price, M Kirkpatrick, SJ Arnold
Science 240 (4853), 798-799, 1988
6061988
Genetic models of adaptation and gene flow in peripheral populations
G García‐Ramos, M Kirkpatrick
Evolution 51 (1), 21-28, 1997
5691997
Sex determination: why so many ways of doing it?
D Bachtrog, JE Mank, CL Peichel, M Kirkpatrick, SP Otto, TL Ashman, ...
PLoS Biol 12 (7), e1001899, 2014
5622014
Quantitative genetics and the evolution of reaction norms
R Gomulkiewicz, M Kirkpatrick
Evolution 46 (2), 390-411, 1992
4631992
A quantitative genetic model for growth, shape, reaction norms, and other infinite-dimensional characters
M Kirkpatrick, N Heckman
Journal of mathematical biology 27 (4), 429-450, 1989
4431989
The strength of indirect selection on female mating preferences
M Kirkpatrick, NH Barton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (4), 1282-1286, 1997
4211997
Sexual selection by female choice in polygynous animals
M Kirkpatrick
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 43-70, 1987
3991987
How and why chromosome inversions evolve
M Kirkpatrick
PLoS Biol 8 (9), e1000501, 2010
3822010
The evolution of infidelity in socially monogamous passerines: the strength of direct and indirect selection on extrapair copulation behavior in females
G Arnqvist, M Kirkpatrick
the american naturalist 165 (S5), S26-S37, 2005
3312005
What do we need to know about speciation?
R Butlin, A Debelle, C Kerth, RR Snook, LW Beukeboom, CC RF, W Diao, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (1), 27-39, 2011
3082011
Turnover of sex chromosomes induced by sexual conflict
GS Van Doorn, M Kirkpatrick
Nature 449 (7164), 909-912, 2007
2792007
Evolution of Female Choice and Male Parental Investment in Polygynous Species: The Demise of the" Sexy Son"
M Kirkpatrick
The American Naturalist 125 (6), 788-810, 1985
2791985
Good genes and direct selection in the evolution of mating preferences
M Kirkpatrick
Evolution 50 (6), 2125-2140, 1996
2771996
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