Steve Chenoweth
Steve Chenoweth
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TitleCited byYear
Intralocus sexual conflict
R Bonduriansky, SF Chenoweth
Trends in ecology & evolution 24 (5), 280-288, 2009
5212009
Natural selection and the reinforcement of mate recognition
M Higgie, S Chenoweth, MW Blows
Science 290 (5491), 519-521, 2000
2792000
Orientation of the genetic variance-covariance matrix and the fitness surface for multiple male sexually selected traits
MW Blows, SF Chenoweth, E Hine
The American Naturalist 163 (3), 329-340, 2004
2372004
Contrasting Mutual Sexual Selection on Homologous Signal Traits in Drosophila serrata
SF Chenoweth, MW Blows
The American Naturalist 165 (2), 281-289, 2004
2002004
Divergent selection and the evolution of signal traits and mating preferences
HD Rundle, SF Chenoweth, P Doughty, MW Blows
PLoS biology 3 (11), e368, 2005
1882005
When oceans meet: a teleost shows secondary intergradation at an Indian–Pacific interface
SF Chenoweth, JM Hughes, CP Keenan, S Lavery
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
1461998
Genetic variance in female condition predicts indirect genetic variance in male sexual display traits
D Petfield, SF Chenoweth, HD Rundle, MW Blows
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (17), 6045-6050, 2005
1202005
The roles of natural and sexual selection during adaptation to a novel environment
HD Rundle, SF Chenoweth, MW Blows
Evolution 60 (11), 2218-2225, 2006
1172006
Phenotypic divergence along lines of genetic variance
K McGuigan, SF Chenoweth, MW Blows
The American Naturalist 165 (1), 32-43, 2004
1132004
Multivariate quantitative genetics and the lek paradox: genetic variance in male sexually selected traits of Drosophila serrata under field conditions
E Hine, SF Chenoweth, MW Blows
Evolution 58 (12), 2754-2762, 2004
1102004
Signal trait sexual dimorphism and mutual sexual selection in Drosophila serrata
SF Chenoweth, MW Blows
Evolution 57 (10), 2326-2334, 2003
1092003
Genetic constraints and the evolution of display trait sexual dimorphism by natural and sexual selection
SF Chenoweth, HD Rundle, MW Blows
The American Naturalist 171 (1), 22-34, 2007
1082007
Concordance between dispersal and mitochondrial gene flow: isolation by distance in a tropical teleost, Lates calcarifer (Australian barramundi)
SF Chenoweth, JM Hughes, CP Keenan, S Lavery
Heredity 80 (2), 187, 1998
1081998
Dissecting the complex genetic basis of mate choice
SF Chenoweth, MW Blows
Nature Reviews Genetics 7 (9), 681, 2006
1002006
The contribution of selection and genetic constraints to phenotypic divergence
SF Chenoweth, HD Rundle, MW Blows
The American Naturalist 175 (2), 186-196, 2010
972010
Can non‐directional male mating preferences facilitate honest female ornamentation?
SF Chenoweth, P Doughty, H Kokko
Ecology Letters 9 (2), 179-184, 2006
912006
The use of transcriptional profiles to predict adult mosquito age under field conditions
PE Cook, LE Hugo, I Iturbe-Ormaetxe, CR Williams, SF Chenoweth, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (48), 18060-18065, 2006
842006
The use of transcriptional profiles to predict adult mosquito age under field conditions
PE Cook, LE Hugo, I Iturbe-Ormaetxe, CR Williams, SF Chenoweth, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (48), 18060-18065, 2006
842006
The genetic basis of sexually selected variation
SF Chenoweth, K McGuigan
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 41, 81-101, 2010
832010
Strong genetic structuring in a habitat specialist, the Oxleyan Pygmy Perch Nannoperca oxleyana
J Hughes, M Ponniah, D Hurwood, S Chenoweth, A Arthington
Heredity 83 (1), 5-14, 1999
831999
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