Gregory F. Grether
Gregory F. Grether
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of California Los Angeles
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TitleCited byYear
A possible non-sexual origin of mate preference: are male guppies mimicking fruit?
FH Rodd, KA Hughes, GF Grether, CT Baril
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
3132002
Carotenoid limitation of sexual coloration along an environmental gradient in guppies
GF Grether, J Hudon, DF Millie
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
2681999
Rain forest canopy cover, resource availability, and life history evolution in guppies
GF Grether, DF Millie, MJ Bryant, DN Reznick, W Mayea
Ecology 82 (6), 1546-1559, 2001
2362001
CAROTENOID LIMITATION AND MATE PREFERENCE EVOLUTION: A TEST OF THE INDICATOR HYPOTHESIS IN GUPPIES (POECILIA RETICULATA)
GF Grether
Evolution 54 (5), 1712-1724, 2000
2252000
The role of interspecific interference competition in character displacement and the evolution of competitor recognition
GF Grether, N Losin, CN Anderson, K Okamoto
Biological Reviews 84 (4), 617-635, 2009
2232009
Individual colour patches as multicomponent signals
GF Grether, GR Kolluru, K Nersissian
Biological Reviews 79 (3), 583-610, 2004
2002004
Extensive population genetic structure in the giraffe
DM Brown, RA Brenneman, KP Koepfli, JP Pollinger, B Milá, ...
BMC biology 5 (1), 57, 2007
1902007
Carotenoid scarcity, synthetic pteridine pigments and the evolution of sexual coloration in guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
GF Grether, J Hudon, JA Endler
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1792001
Environmental change, phenotypic plasticity, and genetic compensation
GF Grether
The American Naturalist 166 (4), E115-E123, 2005
1642005
INTRASEXUAL COMPETITION ALONE FAVORS A SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC ORNAMENT IN THE RUBYSPOT DAMSELFLY HETAERINA AMERICANA
GF Grether
Evolution 50 (5), 1949-1957, 1996
1611996
SEXUAL SELECTION AND SURVIVAL SELECTION ON WING COLORATION AND BODY SIZE IN THE RUBYSPOT DAMSELFLY HETAERINA AMERICANA
GF Grether
Evolution 50 (5), 1939-1948, 1996
1251996
Sex–specific effects of carotenoid intake on the immunological response to allografts in guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
GF Grether, S Kasahara, GR Kolluru, EL Cooper
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1072004
The evolutionary consequences of interspecific aggression
GF Grether, CN Anderson, JP Drury, ANG Kirschel, N Losin, K Okamoto, ...
982013
Association among wild orang-utans: sociality, passive aggregations or chance?
JC Mitani, GF Grether, PS Rodman, D Priatna
Animal Behaviour 42 (1), 33-46, 1991
931991
Interspecific aggression and character displacement of competitor recognition in Hetaerina damselflies
CN Anderson, GF Grether
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1681), 549-555, 2009
892009
The effects of resource availability on alternative mating tactics in guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
GR Kolluru, GF Grether
Behavioral Ecology 16 (1), 294-300, 2004
852004
Carotenoid availability affects the development of a colour-based mate preference and the sensory bias to which it is genetically linked
GF Grether, GR Kolluru, FH Rodd, J De la Cerda, K Shimazaki
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1577), 2181-2188, 2005
842005
The effects of carotenoid and food availability on resistance to a naturally occurring parasite (Gyrodactylus turnbulli) in guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
GR Kolluru, GF Grether, SH South, E Dunlop, A Cardinali, L Liu, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89 (2), 301-309, 2006
762006
COUNTERGRADIENT VARIATION IN THE SEXUAL COLORATION OF GUPPIES (POECILIA RETICULATA): DROSOPTERIN SYNTHESIS BALANCES …
GF Grether, ME Cummings, J Hudon
Evolution 59 (1), 175-188, 2005
762005
Novel cost of a sexually selected trait in the rubyspot damselfly Hetaerina americana: conspicuousness to prey
GF Grether, RM Grey
Behavioral Ecology 7 (4), 465-473, 1996
731996
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