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The use of multiple cues in mate choice
  • U. Candolin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical…
  • 1 November 2003
An increasing number of studies find females to base their mate choice on several cues. Why this occurs is debated and many different hypotheses have been proposed. Here I review the hypotheses andExpand
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How is female mate choice affected by male competition?
  • B. Wong, U. Candolin
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical…
  • 1 November 2005
The plethora of studies devoted to the topics of male competition and female mate choice belie the fact that their interaction remains poorly understood. Indeed, on the question of whetherExpand
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Behavioral responses to changing environments
Humans have brought about unprecedented changes to environments worldwide. For many species, behavioral adjustments represent the first response to altered conditions. In this review, we consider theExpand
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Changed environmental conditions weaken sexual selection in sticklebacks
Environmental heterogeneity can cause the intensity and direction of selection to vary in time and space. Yet, the effects of human‐induced environmental changes on sexual selection and theExpand
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Behavioural responses to human‐induced environmental change
The initial response of individuals to human‐induced environmental change is often behavioural. This can improve the performance of individuals under sudden, large‐scale perturbations and maintainExpand
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Changes in expression and honesty of sexual signalling over the reproductive lifetime of sticklebacks
  • U. Candolin
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 7 December 2000
Fitness costs of signalling are essential in order for reliable sexual signalling to prevail when the interests of the sexes conflict. This means that signalling can be subjected to a life historyExpand
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Reproduction under predation risk and the trade–off between current and future reproduction in the threespine stickleback
  • U. Candolin
  • Biology
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 7 July 1998
An increasing number of studies show that animals adjust their reproductive effort to the risk of predation. However, to maximize lifetime reproductive success this adjustment should depend on theExpand
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Is sexual selection beneficial during adaptation to environmental change?
The role of sexual selection in adaptation is disputed. A balance between sexual and viability selection can be achieved in stable environments, but environmental perturbations could change the costsExpand
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Environment-dependent use of mate choice cues in sticklebacks
Human-induced environmental changes alter terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems worldwide. This influences also evolutionary processes, such as sexual selection, by constraining mate choice and mateExpand
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Why do multiple traits determine mating success? Differential use in female choice and male competition in a water boatman
  • U. Candolin
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
  • 7 January 2005
Mating success is often determined by multiple traits, but why this occurs is largely unknown. Much attention has been paid to female preferences for multiple traits, but surprisingly few researchersExpand
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