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An international study of human handedness: The data
Human handedness has been the subject of systematic study since 1646, but there is no agreement among researchers as to who can be considered a left-hander, what is the etiology of left-handedness,Expand
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Infectious Speciation Revisited: Impact of Symbiont-Depletion on Female Fitness and Mating Behavior of Drosophila paulistorum
The neotropical Drosophila paulistorum superspecies, consisting of at least six geographically overlapping but reproductively isolated semispecies, has been the object of extensive research since atExpand
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DIRECT OBSERVATION OF SEXUAL ISOLATION BETWEEN ALLOPATRIC AND BETWEEN SYMPATRIC STRAINS OF THE DIFFERENT DROSOPHILA PAULISTORUM RACES
Dobzhansky and Spassky (1959) first suggested that Drosophila paulistorum was a cluster of species in statu nascendi, a borderline case of uncompleted speciation. Their suggestion has been borne outExpand
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Effects of culture, sex, and age on the distribution of handedness: An evaluation of the sensitivity of three measures of handedness
The present study examined the effects of culture, age, and sex on three measures of handedness: writing hand, Annett's primary handedness items, and a measure based on hand preference for 11Expand
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Mating success and genotype frequency in Drosophila.
  • L. Ehrman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Animal behaviour
  • 1 April 1966
Summary The mating success of different strains of Drosophila pseudoobscura and D. paulistorum has been studied in Elens-Wattiaux observation chambers. When two kinds of females and of males areExpand
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Mating Choice in Crosses between Geographic Populations of Drosophila pseudoobscura
Data are presented for mating choices in crosses between originate in two stages. The first stage involves geographic separation and the accumulation of genetic differences in the course of adjust-Expand
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Sequences homologous to P elements occur in Drosophila paulistorum.
P elements, a class of mobile genetic elements that cause hybrid dysgenesis in Drosophila melanogaster, have thus far been shown to occur only in this species. Using whole genome blot analysis, weExpand
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THE SENSORY BASIS OF MATE SELECTION IN DROSOPHILA
  • L. Ehrman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 March 1969
Petit (1951, 1954, 1958); Ehrman, Spassky, Pavlovsky, and Dobzhansky (1965); Spiess (1968a,b); Ehrman (1966, 1967, 1968a); Ehrman and Petit, (1968); and Petit and Ehrman (1969) have studied theExpand
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Developmental Isolation and Subsequent Adult Behavior of Drosophila paulistorum.IV. Courtship
Early social experiences play important roles in adult Drosophila paulistorummate selection. Differences in courtship between control males and wholly socially isolated males were observed inExpand
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