Robert Cox
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A comparative test of adaptive hypotheses for sexual size dimorphism in lizards
RM Cox, SL Skelly, HB John‐Alder
Evolution 57 (7), 1653-1669, 2003
3732003
Sexually antagonistic selection, sexual dimorphism, and the resolution of intralocus sexual conflict
RM Cox, R Calsbeek
The American Naturalist 173 (2), 176-187, 2009
3722009
The evolution of sexual size dimorphism in reptiles
RM Cox, MA Butler, HB John-Alder
Sex, size and gender roles: evolutionary studies of sexual size dimorphism …, 2007
2092007
Testosterone has opposite effects on male growth in lizards (Sceloporus spp.) with opposite patterns of sexual size dimorphism
RM Cox, HB John-Alder
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (24), 4679-4687, 2005
1482005
Experimental evidence for physiological costs underlying the trade‐off between reproduction and survival
RM Cox, EU Parker, DM Cheney, AL Liebl, LB Martin, R Calsbeek
Functional Ecology 24 (6), 1262-1269, 2010
1462010
Natural selection on thermal performance in a novel thermal environment
ML Logan, RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (39), 14165-14169, 2014
1372014
Experimentally assessing the relative importance of predation and competition as agents of selection
R Calsbeek, RM Cox
Nature 465 (7298), 613-616, 2010
1322010
Testosterone, growth and the evolution of sexual size dimorphism
RM Cox, DS Stenquist, R Calsbeek
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (8), 1586-1598, 2009
1202009
SEVERE COSTS OF REPRODUCTION PERSIST IN ANOLIS LIZARDS DESPITE THE EVOLUTION OF A SINGLE‐EGG CLUTCH
RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (5), 1321-1330, 2010
1152010
Testosterone regulates sexually dimorphic coloration in the eastern fence lizard, Sceloporus undulatus
RM Cox, SL Skelly, A Leo, HB John-Alder
Copeia 2005 (3), 597-608, 2005
1032005
Increased mite parasitism as a cost of testosterone in male striped plateau lizards Sceloporus virgatus
RM Cox, HB JOHN‐ALDER
Functional Ecology 21 (2), 327-334, 2007
1012007
Sex‐specific selection and intraspecific variation in sexual size dimorphism
RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (3), 798-809, 2010
922010
Fitness consequences of sex‐specific selection
T Connallon, RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (6), 1671-1682, 2010
892010
Testosterone Inhibits Growth in Juvenile Male Eastern Fence Lizards (Sceloporus undulatus): Implications for Energy Allocation and …
RM Cox, SL Skelly, HB John-Alder
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78 (4), 531-545, 2005
792005
Hormones, performance and fitness: Natural history and endocrine experiments on a lizard (Sceloporus undulatus)
HB John-Alder, RM Cox, GJ Haenel, LC Smith
Integrative and Comparative Biology 49 (4), 393-407, 2009
782009
Cryptic sex-ratio bias provides indirect genetic benefits despite sexual conflict
RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Science 328 (5974), 92-94, 2010
722010
Testosterone stimulates the expression of a social color signal in Yarrow's Spiny Lizard, Sceloporus jarrovii
RM Cox, V Zilberman, HB John‐Alder
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology …, 2008
592008
Proximate developmental mediators of sexual dimorphism in size: case studies from squamate reptiles
HB John-Alder, RM Cox, EN Taylor
Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (2), 258-271, 2007
562007
A test of the reproductive cost hypothesis for sexual size dimorphism in Yarrow's spiny lizard Sceloporus jarrovii
RM Cox
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (6), 1361-1369, 2006
542006
Manipulating Testosterone to Assess Links between Behavior, Morphology, and Performance in the Brown Anole Anolis sagrei
RM Cox, DS Stenquist, JP Henningsen, R Calsbeek
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82 (6), 686-698, 2009
532009
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