Tracie Ivy
Tracie Ivy
Assistant Professor of Biology, Wofford College
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Polyandry promotes enhanced offspring survival in decorated crickets
TM Ivy, SK Sakaluk
Evolution 59 (1), 152-159, 2005
Females use self-referent cues to avoid mating with previous mates
TM Ivy, CB Weddle, SK Sakaluk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1580), 2475-2478, 2005
Good genes, genetic compatibility and the evolution of polyandry: use of the diallel cross to address competing hypotheses
TM Ivy
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20 (2), 479-487, 2007
Hydration benefits to courtship feeding in crickets
TM Ivy, JC Johnson, SK Sakaluk
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
Female remating propensity contingent on sexual cannibalism in sagebrush crickets, Cyphoderris strepitans: a mechanism of cryptic female choice
JC Johnson, TM Ivy, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 10 (3), 227-233, 1999
Biological inquiry: a new course and assessment plan in response to the call to transform undergraduate biology
ES Goldey, CL Abercrombie, TM Ivy, DI Kusher, JF Moeller, DA Rayner, ...
CBE—Life Sciences Education 11 (4), 353-363, 2012
Sequential mate choice in decorated crickets: females use a fixed internal threshold in pre-and postcopulatory choice
TM Ivy, SK Sakaluk
Animal Behaviour 74 (4), 1065-1072, 2007
Female ornaments hinder escape from spider webs in a role-reversed swarming dance fly
DT Gwynne, LF Bussière, TM Ivy
Animal Behaviour 73 (6), 1077-1082, 2007
Female mating frequency increases with temperature in two cricket species, Gryllodes sigillatus and Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)
TK Kindle, KM Johnson, TM Ivy, CB Weddle, SK Sakaluk
Canadian journal of zoology 84 (9), 1345-1350, 2009
Virgin-male mating advantage in sagebrush crickets: Differential male competitiveness or non-independent female mate choice?
T Ivy, S Sakaluk
Behaviour 136 (10-11), 1335-1346, 1999
The evolution of polyandry in the decorated cricket, Gryllodes sigillatus
TM Ivy
Illinois State University, 2005
Can the strong get stronger? A laboratory investigation of natural selection for antimicrobial resistance
TM Ivy, NW Spivey, SG Keaveany, E Ramsey, P Sellars, D Stripling
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Biol. Lett 3 (5), 453-588, 2007
Courtship feeding in decorated crickets provides hydration benefits to females
TM Ivy
Illinois State University, 1998
Virgin Male Mating Advantage in Sagebrush Crickets: No Role for an Acoustically-Mediated Female Preference
S Sakaluk, P Brady, T Ivy, M Sakaluk, J Schaus
The UW National Parks Service Research Station Annual Reports 21, 60-63, 1997
Post-Copulatory Female Choice in Sagebrush Crickets
J Johnson, T Ivy, AK Eggert, S Sakaluk
The UW National Parks Service Research Station Annual Reports 20, 57-62, 1996
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