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Michael Jennions

Research School of Biology
The Australian National University
  • 2023 Second Semester

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Evolutionary ecology theory applies principles of biological evolution to explain variation in how living creatures appear and behave. For example, how many sons versus daughter should a mother produce?...

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Premate, Ester, Žiga Fišer, AnnaBiró, Denis Copilaş-Ciocianu, Lutz Fromhage, Michael Jennions, Špela Borko, Gábor Herczeg, Gergely Balázs, Simona Kralj-Fišer and Cene Fišer. 2024. Sexual dimorphism in subterranean amphipod crustaceans covaries with subterranean habitat type. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

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Crino, Ondi L., Megan L. Head, Michael D. Jennions and Daniel W.A. Noble. 2024. Mitochondrial function and sexual selection: can physiology resolve the ‘lek paradox’? Journal of Experimental Biology, 227(2).


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Chung, Meng-Han Joseph, Megan L Head, Rebecca J. Fox and Michael D Jennions. 2024. Effects of past mating behavior versus past ejaculation on male mate choice and male attractiveness. Behavioral Ecology, 35(2), 1–17.


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