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Natalie Pilakouta
Natalie Pilakouta
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Parental care buffers against inbreeding depression in burying beetles
N Pilakouta, S Jamieson, JA Moorad, PT Smiseth
PNAS, 2015
602015
Multigenerational exposure to elevated temperatures leads to a reduction in standard metabolic rate in the wild
N Pilakouta, SS Killen, BK Kristjánsson, S Skúlason, J Lindström, ...
Functional Ecology, 2020
502020
Does phenotypic plasticity initiate developmental bias?
KJ Parsons, K McWhinnie, N Pilakouta, L Walker
Evolution & Development, 2019
502019
Biparental care is more than the sum of its parts: experimental evidence for synergistic effects on offspring fitness
N Pilakouta, EJH Hanlon, PT Smiseth
Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2018
442018
If you eat, I eat: resolution of sexual conflict over consumption from a shared resource
N Pilakouta, J Richardson, PT Smiseth
Animal Behaviour, 2016
442016
State‐dependent cooperation in burying beetles: parents adjust their contribution towards care based on both their own and their partner's size
N Pilakouta, J Richardson, PT Smiseth
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2015
342015
Maternal effects alter the severity of inbreeding depression in the offspring
N Pilakouta, PT Smiseth
Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2016
292016
Predator exposure leads to a short-term reversal in female mate preferences in the green swordtail, Xiphophorus helleri
N Pilakouta, SH Alonzo
Behavioral Ecology, 2014
272014
Sexual selection and environmental change: what do we know and what comes next?
N Pilakouta, M Ĺlund
Current Zoology, 2021
232021
Effects of prior contest experience and contest outcome on female reproductive decisions and offspring fitness
N Pilakouta, C Halford, R Rácz, PT Smiseth
The American Naturalist, 2016
232016
Testing the predictability of morphological evolution in contrasting thermal environments
N Pilakouta, JL Humble, IDC Hill, J Arthur, APB Costa, BA Smith, ...
Evolution, 2023
16*2023
Female mating preferences for outbred versus inbred males are conditional upon the female's own inbreeding status
N Pilakouta, PT Smiseth
Animal Behaviour, 2017
162017
Sibling competition does not exacerbate inbreeding depression in the burying beetle Nicrophorus vespilloides
N Pilakouta, DJ Sieber, PT Smiseth
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2016
142016
A warmer environment can reduce sociability in an ectotherm
N Pilakouta, PJ O'Donnell, A Crespel, M Levet, M Claireaux, JL Humble, ...
Global Change Biology, 2023
122023
Evolvability under climate change: Bone development and shape plasticity are heritable and correspond with performance in Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus)
CS Campbell, CE Adams, CW Bean, N Pilakouta, KJ Parsons
Evolution & Development, 2021
112021
Effects of temperature on mating behaviour and mating success: A meta‐analysis
N Pilakouta, A Baillet
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2022
102022
Predation risk reduces a female preference for heterospecific males in the green swordtail
N Pilakouta, MA Correa, SH Alonzo
Ethology, 2017
102017
Geothermal stickleback populations prefer cool water despite multigenerational exposure to a warm environment
N Pilakouta, SS Killen, BK Kristjánsson, S Skúlason, J Lindström, ...
Ecology and Evolution, 2023
6*2023
A systematic map of studies testing the relationship between temperature and animal reproduction
LR Dougherty, F Frost, MI Maenpaa, M Rowe, BJ Cole, R Vasudeva, ...
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 5, e12303, 2024
32024
The consequences of heatwaves for animal reproduction are timing‐dependent
N Pilakouta, L Sellers, R Barratt, A Ligonniere
Functional Ecology, 2023
22023
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