Scott K. Sakaluk
Scott K. Sakaluk
Professor of Zoology, Illinois State University
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Male crickets feed females to ensure complete sperm transfer
SK Sakaluk
Science 223 (4636), 609-610, 1984
2411984
Gecko phonotaxis to cricket calling song: a case of satellite predation
SK Sakaluk, JJ Belwood
Animal Behaviour 32 (3), 659-662, 1984
2101984
Female control of sperm transfer and intraspecific variation in sperm precedence: antecedents to the evolution of a courtship food gift
SK Sakaluk, AK Eggert
Evolution 50 (2), 694-703, 1996
1461996
Polyandry promotes enhanced offspring survival in decorated crickets
TM Ivy, SK Sakaluk
Evolution 59 (1), 152-159, 2005
1382005
Sensory exploitation as an evolutionary origin to nuptial food gifts in insects
SK Sakaluk
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1282000
Spermatophore size and its role in the reproductive behaviour of the cricket, Gryllodes supplicans (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)
SK Sakaluk
Canadian Journal of Zoology 63 (7), 1652-1656, 1985
1221985
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
1102005
SPERM COMPETITION AND THE EVOLUTION OF NUPTIAL FEEDING BEHAVIOR IN THE CRICKET, GRYLLODES SUPPLICANS (WALKER)
SK Sakaluk
Evolution 40 (3), 584-593, 1986
1071986
Ejaculate expenditures of male crickets in response to varying risk and intensity of sperm competition: not all species play games
JM Schaus, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 12 (6), 740-745, 2001
1002001
Female mating frequency and progeny production in singly and doubly mated house and field crickets
SK Sakaluk, WH Cade
Canadian Journal of Zoology 58 (3), 404-411, 1980
1001980
Reproductive behaviour of the decorated cricket, Gryllodes supplicans (Orthoptera: Gryllidae): calling schedules, spatial distribution, and mating
SK Sakaluk
Behaviour, 202-225, 1987
921987
Repeated matings offset costs of reproduction in female crickets
DM Burpee, SK Sakaluk
Evolutionary Ecology 7 (3), 240-250, 1993
881993
Post-copulatory mate guarding in decorated crickets
SK Sakaluk
Animal Behaviour 41 (2), 207-216, 1991
781991
Neonatal body condition, immune responsiveness, and hematocrit predict longevity in a wild bird population
EK Bowers, CJ Hodges, AM Forsman, LA Vogel, BS Masters, ...
Ecology 95 (11), 3027-3034, 2014
772014
The gin trap as a device facilitating coercive mating in sagebrush crickets
SK Sakaluk, PJ Bangert, AK Eggert, C Gack, LV Swanson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1995
761995
Polyandry and fitness of offspring reared under varying nutritional stress in decorated crickets
SK Sakaluk, JM Schaus, AK Eggert, WA Snedden, PL Brady
Evolution 56 (10), 1999-2007, 2002
752002
Cryptic sexual conflict in gift-giving insects: chasing the chase-away
SK Sakaluk, RL Avery, CB Weddle
The American Naturalist 167 (1), 94-104, 2006
732006
A dynamic threshold model for terminal investment
KR Duffield, EK Bowers, SK Sakaluk, BM Sadd
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 71 (12), 1-17, 2017
702017
Experimentally induced spermatophore production and immune responses reveal a trade-off in crickets
AM Kerr, SN Gershman, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 21 (3), 647-654, 2010
702010
Female-coerced monogamy in burying beetles
AK Eggert, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37 (3), 147-153, 1995
661995
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