Male-female interactions

 

Male-female interactions are a much broader topic than ‘mere’ mate choice aspects would suggest. Males and females may be selected to look or to behave differently in many ways, and this has a lot of consequences; here we also try to answer the question why males (sperm-producers) exist in the first place.

 

Kokko17b Kokko, H. 2017. Give one species the task to come up with a theory that spans them all: what good can come out of that? Proc. R. Soc. B 284: 20171652.
 pdf Shaw, A., Kokko, H. & Neubert, M. In press. Sex differences and Allee effects shape the dynamics of sex-structured invasions. Journal of Animal Ecology.
 pdf Fromhage, L., Jennions, M. & Kokko, H. 2015. The evolution of sex roles in mate searching. Evolution 70-3: 617–624.
 pdf Henshaw, J.M., Kokko, H. & Jennions, M.D. 2015. Direct reciprocity stabilises simultaneous hermaphroditism at high mating rates: a model of sex allocation with egg trading. Evolution 69:2129–2139.
 haiku  pdf Kokko, H. & Hochberg, M.E. 2015. Towards cancer-aware life-history modelling. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 370:20140234.
 haiku  pdf Shaw, A.K. & Kokko, H. 2015. Dispersal evolution in the presence of Allee effects can speed up or slow down invasions. American Naturalist 185:631–639.
haiku  pdf Boddy, A.M., Kokko, H., Breden. F., Wilkinson, G. & Aktipis, C.A. 2015. Cancer susceptibility and reproductive trade-offs: a model of the evolution of cancer defences. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 370:20140220.
haiku  pdf Holman, L., Price, T., Wedell, N. & Kokko, H. 2015. Coevolutionary dynamics of polyandry and sex-linked meiotic drive. Evolution 69:709–720.
haiku  pdf Umbers, K.D.L., Symonds, M.R.E. & Kokko, H. 2015. The mothematics of female pheromone signalling: strategies for aging virgins. American Naturalist 185:417–432.
 pdf Henshaw, J.M., Jennions, M.D. & Kokko, H. 2014. The economics of egg-trading: mating rate, sperm competition, and positive frequency-dependence. Dynamic Games and Applications 4:379–390.
haiku Shaw, A.K. & Kokko, H. 2014. Mate finding, Allee effects, and selection for sex-biased dispersal. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:1256–1267.
pdf Harts, A., Schwanz, L. & Kokko, H. 2014. Demography can favour female-advantageous alleles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 281:20140005.
pdf Fromhage, L. & Kokko, H. 2014. Sexually selected traits evolve positive allometry when some matings occur irrespective of the trait. Evolution 68:1332–1338.
pdf Kokko, H. & Jennions, M.D. 2014. The relationship between sexual selection and sexual conflict. In: The Genetics and Biology of Sexual Conflict (S. Gavrilets and W.R. Rice, eds.) Cold Spring Harbor Press 18:a017517.
pdf Henshaw, J.M., Marshall, D.J., Jennions, M.D. & Kokko, H. 2014. Local gamete competition explains sex allocation and fertilization strategies in the sea. American Naturalist 184:E32–E49.
pdf Holman, L. & Kokko, H. 2014. The evolution of genomic imprinting: costs, benefits and long-term consequences. Biological Reviews 89:568–587.
haiku Harts, A. & Kokko, H. 2013. Understanding promiscuity: when is seeking additional mates better than guarding an already found one? Evolution 67: 2838–2848.
haiku Holman, L. & Kokko, H. 2013. The consequences of polyandry for population viability, extinction risk and conservation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 368:20120053.
haiku Kahn, A.T., Schwanz, L. & Kokko, H. 2013. Paternity protection can provide a kick-start for the evolution of male-only parental care. Evolution 67:2207–2217.
haiku   pdf Kokko, H., Booksmythe, I. & Jennions, M.D. 2013. Causality and sex roles: prejudice against patterns? A reply to Ah-King. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28:2–4.
haiku   pdf Kokko, H. & Mappes, J. 2013. Multiple mating by females is a natural outcome of a null model of mate encounters. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 146:26–37.
 pdf Vahl, W., Boiteau, G., de Heij, M.E., MacKinley, P.D. & Kokko, H. 2013. Female fertilization: effects of sex-specific density and sex ratio determined experimentally for Colorado potato beetles and Drosophila fruit flies. PLoS one 8:e60381.
haiku   pdf Kokko, H., Klug, H.M. & Jennions, M.D. 2012. Unifying cornerstones of sexual selection: operational sex ratio, Bateman gradient, and the scope for competitive investment. Ecology Letters 15:1340-1351.
haiku   pdf Jennions, M.D., Kahn, A.T., Kelly, C.D. & Kokko, H. 2012. Meta-analysis and sexual selection: past studies and future possibilities. Evolutionary Ecology 26:1119-1151.
haiku   pdf Jennions, M.D., Kokko, H. & Klug, H. 2012. The opportunity to be misled in studies of sexual selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25:591-598.
haiku McCartney, J., Kokko, H., Heller, K.-G. & Gwynne, D.T. 2012. The evolution of sex differences in mate searching when females benefit: new theory and a comparative test. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 279:1225–1232.
Kokko, H. & Jennions, M.D. 2012. Sex differences in parental care. Pages 101-116 in: The Evolution of Parental Care (N. Royle, P.T. Smiseth and M. Kölliker, eds.) Oxford University press.
haiku   pdf Lehtonen, J. & Kokko, H. 2012. Positive feedback and alternative stable states in inbreeding, cooperation, sex roles and other evolutionary processes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 367:211-221.
haiku Mokkonen, M., Kokko, H., Koskela, E., Lehtonen, J., Mappes, T., Martiskainen, H. & Mills, S.C. 2011. Negative frequency-dependent selection of sexually antagonistic alleles in Myodes glareolus. Science 334:972-974.
haiku   pdf Meier, C.M., Starrfelt, J. & Kokko, H. 2011. Mate limitation causes sexes to coevolve towards more similar dispersal kernels. Oikos 120: 1459–1468.
haiku   pdf Rankin, D.J., Dieckmann, U. & Kokko, H. 2011. Sexual conflict and the tragedy of the commons. American Naturalist 177:780-791.
pdf Lehtonen, J. & Kokko, H. 2011. Two roads to two sexes: unifying gamete competition and gamete limitation in a single model of anisogamy evolution. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65:445-459.
haiku Anthes, N., David, P., Auld, J.R., Hoffer, J.N.A., Jarne, P., Koene, J.M., Kokko, H., Lorenzi, M.C., Pelissié, B., Sprenger, D., Staikou, A. & Schärer, L. 2010. Bateman gradients in hermaphrodites: An extended approach to quantify sexual selection. American Naturalist 176:249-263.
Jennions, M.D. & Kokko, H. 2010. Sexual selection. Pages 343-364 in: Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology (D.F. Westneat & C.W. Fox, eds.) Oxford University press.
haiku Booksmythe, I., Kokko, H. & Jennions, M.D. 2010. Sexual selection: the weevils of inbreeding. Current Biology 20:R672-R673.
pdf Klug, H., Heuschele, J., Jennions, M.D. & Kokko, H. 2010a. The mismeasurement of sexual selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:447-462.
pdf Klug, H., Lindström, K. & Kokko, H. 2010b. Who to include in measures of sexual selection is no trivial matter. Ecology Letters 13:1094-1102.
pdf Eliassen, S. & Kokko, H. 2008. Current analyses do not resolve whether extra-pair paternity is male or female driven. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62:1795-1804.
Jeschke, J.M. & Kokko, H. 2008. Mortality and other determinants of bird divorce rate. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63:1-9.
pdf Kokko, H. & Jennions, M.D. 2008. Parental investment, sexual selection and sex ratios. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:919-948.
Knopp, T., Heimovirta, M., Kokko, H. & Merilä, J. 2008. Do male moor frogs (Rana arvalis) lek with kin? Molecular Ecology 17:2522-2530.
pdf Heubel, K., Lindström, K. & Kokko, H. 2008. Females increase reproductive effort when future access to males is uncertain. Biology Letters 4:224-227.
pdf Kokko, H. & Jennions, M.D. 2008. Sexual conflict: Battle of the sexes reversed. Current Biology 18:R121-R123.
haiku   pdf Kokko, H. & Wong, B.B.M. 2007. What determines sex roles in mate searching? Evolution 61:1162-1175.
pdf Rankin, D.J. & Kokko, H. 2007. Do males matter? The role of males in population dynamics. Oikos 116:335-348.
pdf Kokko, H., Jennions, M.D. & Brooks, R. 2006. Unifying and testing models of sexual selection. Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 37:43-66.
pdf Kokko, H., Gunnarsson, T.G., Morrell, L.J. & Gill, J.A. 2006. Why do female migratory birds arrive later than males? Journal of Animal Ecology 75:1293-1303.
Pizzari, T. et al. (23 authors) 2006. Debating sexual selection and mating strategies. Science 312:690 (Correspondence).
pdf Rankin, D.J. & Kokko, H. 2006. Sex, death and tragedy. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 21:225-226.
pdf Stoehr, A. & Kokko, H. 2006. Sex differences in immunocompetence: what does life history theory predict? Behavioral Ecology 17:751-756.
pdf Välimäki, P., Kaitala, A. & Kokko, H. 2006. Temporal patterns in reproduction may explain variation in mating frequencies in the green-veined white butterfly Pieris napi. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:99-107.
pdf Kokko, H. & Rankin, D.J. 2006. Lonely hearts or sex in the city? Density-dependent effects in mating systems. Philosophical Transacions of the Royal Society of London B 361:319-334.
pdf Kokko, H. & Morrell, L.J. 2005. Mate guarding, male attractiveness and paternity under social monogamy. Behavioral Ecology 16:724-731.
pdf Härdling, R., Kokko, H. & Elwood, R.W. 2004. Priority versus brute force: when should males begin guarding resources? American Naturalist 163:240-252.
pdf Kokko, H. & Brooks, R. 2003. Sexy to die for? Sexual selection and the risk of extinction. Annales Zoologici Fennici 40: 207-219 (invited review).
pdf Kokko, H. & Jennions, M. 2003. It takes two to tango. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 18:103-104.
pdf Kokko, H., Ranta, E., Ruxton, G.D. & Lundberg, P. 2002. Sexually transmitted disease and the evolution of mating systems. Evolution 56:1091-1100.
Ruckstuhl, K.E. & Kokko, H. 2002. Modelling sexual segregation in ungulates: effects of group size, activity budgets and synchrony. Animal Behaviour 64:909-914.
Kokko, H., Mackenzie, A., Reynolds, J. D., Lindström, J. & Sutherland, W. J. 1999. Measures of inequality are not equal. American Naturalist 154:358-382.
Lindström, J. & Kokko, H. 1998. Sexual reproduction and population dynamics: the role of polygyny and demographic sex differences. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 265:483-488.

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