Amanda Bretman
Amanda Bretman
Academic research fellow, University of Leeds
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei leeds.ac.uk
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Seminal fluid protein allocation and male reproductive success
S Wigby, LK Sirot, JR Linklater, N Buehner, FCF Calboli, A Bretman, ...
Current Biology 19 (9), 751-757, 2009
2892009
Plastic responses of male Drosophila melanogaster to the level of sperm competition increase male reproductive fitness
A Bretman, C Fricke, T Chapman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1662), 1705-1711, 2009
2142009
Natural and sexual selection in a wild insect population
R Rodríguez-Muñoz, A Bretman, J Slate, CA Walling, T Tregenza
Science 328 (5983), 1269-1272, 2010
1832010
Molecular evidence of post–copulatory inbreeding avoidance in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
A Bretman, N Wedell, T Tregenza
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1582004
Quick-change artists: male plastic behavioural responses to rivals
A Bretman, MJG Gage, T Chapman
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (9), 467-473, 2011
1482011
Measuring polyandry in wild populations: a case study using promiscuous crickets
A Bretman, TOM Tregenza
Molecular Ecology 14 (7), 2169-2179, 2005
1302005
Promiscuous females avoid inbreeding by controlling sperm storage
A Bretman, D Newcombe, TOM Tregenza
Molecular Ecology 18 (16), 3340-3345, 2009
1282009
Bone preservation and ancient DNA: the application of screening methods for predicting DNA survival
S Haynes, JB Searle, A Bretman, KM Dobney
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (6), 585-592, 2002
1022002
ADULT MALE NUTRITION AND REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER
C Fricke, A Bretman, T Chapman
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (12), 3170-3177, 2008
1012008
Males use multiple, redundant cues to detect mating rivals
A Bretman, JD Westmancoat, MJG Gage, T Chapman
Current Biology 21 (7), 617-622, 2011
972011
Female nutritional status determines the magnitude and sign of responses to a male ejaculate signal in Drosophila melanogaster
C Fricke, A Bretman, T Chapman
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (1), 157-165, 2010
872010
Guarding males protect females from predation in a wild insect
R Rodríguez-Muñoz, A Bretman, T Tregenza
Current Biology 21 (20), 1716-1719, 2011
822011
Exposure to rivals and plastic responses to sperm competition in Drosophila melanogaster
A Bretman, C Fricke, P Hetherington, R Stone, T Chapman
Behavioral Ecology 21 (2), 317-321, 2010
822010
COSTS AND BENEFITS OF LIFETIME EXPOSURE TO MATING RIVALS IN MALE DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER
A Bretman, JD Westmancoat, MJG Gage, T Chapman
Evolution 67 (8), 2413-2422, 2013
702013
Sex ratio distorter reduces sperm competitive ability in an insect
TAR Price, AJ Bretman, TD Avent, RR Snook, GDD Hurst, N Wedell
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (7), 1644-1652, 2008
592008
A mating plug protein reduces early female remating in Drosophila melanogaster
A Bretman, MKN Lawniczak, J Boone, T Chapman
Journal of insect physiology 56 (1), 107-113, 2010
542010
Male control of mating duration following exposure to rivals in fruitflies
A Bretman, JD Westmancoat, T Chapman
Journal of insect physiology 59 (8), 824-827, 2013
472013
Multiple post‐mating barriers to hybridization in field crickets
F Tyler, XA Harrison, A Bretman, T Veen, R Rodríguez‐Muñoz, ...
Molecular ecology 22 (6), 1640-1649, 2013
452013
Individual plastic responses by males to rivals reveal mismatches between behaviour and fitness outcomes
A Bretman, JD Westmancoat, MJG Gage, T Chapman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1739), 2868-2876, 2012
452012
Fine‐scale population structure, inbreeding risk and avoidance in a wild insect population
A Bretman, R RODRÍGUEZ‐MUÑOZ, C Walling, J Slate, T Tregenza
Molecular Ecology 20 (14), 3045-3055, 2011
432011
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