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Recent publications


20  (of 20 published available) for Scottish Oceans Institute with keyword Eggs clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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2019 (4)

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Spatial variability in total and organic mercury levels in Antarctic krill Euphausia superba across the Scotia Sea
José Seco, José C. Xavier, João P. Coelho, Bárbara Pereira, Geraint Tarling, Miguel A. Pardal, Paco Bustamante, Gabriele Stowasser, Andrew Stuart Brierley, Maria E. Pereira 
Keywords: Food-web, Eggs, Organic mercury, Southern Ocean, Antarctica
2018 (15/11)

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2018 (2)

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Differential gene expression is not required for facultative sex allocation
Nicola Cook, J. Green, U. Trivedi, E. Tauber, B.A. Pannebakker, Michael Gordon Ritchie, David Michael Shuker 
Keywords: Sex allocation, Behavioural genetics, Transcriptomics, Parasitoid, Local mate competition, Nasonia


(Article)
Sperm is a sexual ornament in rose bitterling
Carl Smith, Rowena Grace Alison Spence, Martin Reichard 
Keywords: Ejaculate, Mate choice, Pheromone, Sexual selection, Spermatozoa
2018 (2/5)

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Success of cuckoo catfish brood parasitism reflects co-evolutionary history and individual experience of their cichlid hosts
Radim Blažek, Matej Polačik, Carl Smith, Marcel Honza, Axel Meyer, Martin Reichard 
2017 (10)

(Article)
Avoidance of host resistance in the oviposition-site preferences of rose bitterling
Romain Rouchet, Carl Smith, Huanzhang Liu, Caroline Methling, Karel Douda, Dan Yu, Qionying Tang, Martin Reichard 
Keywords: Brood parasitism, Coevolutionary dynamic, Egg ejection, Host selection, Oviposition choice, Parasite specialisation
2015 (1/12)

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Oviposition but not sex allocation is associated with transcriptomic changes in females of the parasitoid wasp Nasonia vitripennis
Nicola Cook, Urmi Trivedi, Bart A. Pannebakker, Mark Blaxter, Michael Gordon Ritchie, Eran Tauber, Tanya Sneddon, David Michael Shuker 
Keywords: Sex allocation, Transcriptomics, Behaviour, Gene expression, Local mate competition
2012 (18/7)

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Female rose bitterling prefer MHC-dissimilar males
Martin Reichard, Rowena Grace Alison Spence, Anna Bryjova, Pepa Bryja, Carl Smith 
Keywords: Female mate choice , Sexual selection, Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) alleles

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