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Margo I Adler
Margo I Adler
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
Verified email at utoronto.ca
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The lifespan-reproduction trade-off under dietary restriction is sex-specific and context-dependent
MI Adler, EJ Cassidy, C Fricke, R Bonduriansky
Experimental gerontology 48 (6), 539-548, 2013
1082013
Why do the well‐fed appear to die young? A new evolutionary hypothesis for the effect of dietary restriction on lifespan
MI Adler, R Bonduriansky
Bioessays 36 (5), 439-450, 2014
802014
Sexual conflict, life span, and aging
MI Adler, R Bonduriansky
Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in biology 6 (8), a017566, 2014
632014
Seminal fluid and mate choice: new predictions
AJ Crean, MI Adler, R Bonduriansky
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (4), 253-255, 2016
532016
Sexual conflict in waterfowl: why do females resist extrapair copulations?
M Adler
Behavioral Ecology 21 (1), 182-192, 2010
522010
The complexity of male reproductive success: effects of nutrition, morphology, and experience
C Fricke, MI Adler, RC Brooks, R Bonduriansky
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 617-624, 2015
332015
Paternal Effects on Offspring Fitness Reflect Father’s Social Environment
MI Adler, R Bonduriansky
Evolutionary Biology 40 (2), 288-292, 2013
332013
The dissimilar costs of love and war: Age‐specific mortality as a function of the operational sex ratio
MI Adler, R Bonduriansky
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (6), 1169-1177, 2011
302011
Phenotypes optimized for early‐life reproduction exhibit faster somatic deterioration with age, revealing a latent cost of high condition
MI Adler, M Telford, R Bonduriansky
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (12), 2436-2446, 2016
272016
Dietary restriction and lifespan: adaptive reallocation or somatic sacrifice?
MDW Piper, B Zanco, CM Sgrò, MI Adler, CK Mirth, R Bonduriansky
The FEBS Journal 290 (7), 1725-1734, 2023
72023
Sexual conflict, life span, and aging. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 6: a017566
MI Adler, R Bonduriansky
Cold Spring Harbor Lab, 2014
52014
Making the best of what you've got: the role of trade-offs in ageing, resource allocation, and interactions of the sexes
M Adler
UNSW Sydney, 2012
2012
Behavioral Ecology Advance Access published November 24, 2009
M Adler
2009
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