ryan calsbeek
ryan calsbeek
associate professor of biology, dartmouth college
Verified email at dartmouth.edu
TitleCited byYear
Sexually antagonistic selection, sexual dimorphism, and the resolution of intralocus sexual conflict
RM Cox, R Calsbeek
The American Naturalist 173 (2), 176-187, 2009
2872009
Patterns of molecular evolution and diversification in a biodiversity hotspot: the California Floristic Province
R Calsbeek, JN Thompson, JE Richardson
Molecular ecology 12 (4), 1021-1029, 2003
2352003
The quick and the dead: correlational selection on morphology, performance, and habitat use in island lizards
R Calsbeek, DJ Irschick
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 61 (11), 2493-2503, 2007
1672007
Ocean currents mediate evolution in island lizards
R Calsbeek, TB Smith
Nature 426 (6966), 552, 2003
1372003
Self-recognition, color signals, and cycles of greenbeard mutualism and altruism
B Sinervo, A Chaine, J Clobert, R Calsbeek, L Hazard, L Lancaster, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (19), 7372-7377, 2006
1362006
The developmental, physiological, neural, and genetical causes and consequences of frequency-dependent selection in the wild
B Sinervo, R Calsbeek
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 37, 581-610, 2006
1252006
An experimental test of the ideal despotic distribution
R Calsbeek, B Sinervo
Journal of Animal Ecology 71 (3), 513-523, 2002
1152002
Testing alternative mechanisms of evolutionary divergence in an African rain forest passerine bird
TB Smith, R Calsbeek, RK Wayne, KH Holder, D Pires, C Bardeleben
Journal of evolutionary biology 18 (2), 257-268, 2005
1082005
Experimental evidence for physiological costs underlying the trade‐off between reproduction and survival
RM Cox, EU Parker, DM Cheney, AL Liebl, LB Martin, R Calsbeek
Functional Ecology 24 (6), 1262-1269, 2010
1032010
Experimentally assessing the relative importance of predation and competition as agents of selection
R Calsbeek, RM Cox
Nature 465 (7298), 613, 2010
1022010
Within‐clutch variation in offspring sex determined by differences in sire body size: cryptic mate choice in the wild
R Calsbeek, B Sinervo
Journal of evolutionary biology 17 (2), 464-470, 2004
1012004
Severe costs of reproduction persist in Anolis lizards despite the evolution of a single‐egg clutch
RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Evolution 64 (5), 1321-1330, 2010
912010
Testosterone, growth and the evolution of sexual size dimorphism
RM Cox, DS Stenquist, R Calsbeek
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (8), 1586-1598, 2009
882009
Uncoupling direct and indirect components of female choice in the wild
R Calsbeek, B Sinervo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (23), 14897-14902, 2002
862002
The adaptive landscape in evolutionary biology
E Svensson, R Calsbeek
Oxford University Press, 2012
792012
Genetic and maternal determinants of effective dispersal: the effect of sire genotype and size at birth in side-blotched lizards
B Sinervo, R Calsbeek, T Comendant, C Both, C Adamopoulou, J Clobert
The American Naturalist 168 (1), 88-99, 2006
782006
Postcopulatory fertilization bias as a form of cryptic sexual selection
R Calsbeek, C Bonneaud
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (5), 1137-1148, 2008
772008
Sex‐specific selection and intraspecific variation in sexual size dimorphism
RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (3), 798-809, 2010
742010
Multiple paternity and sperm storage lead to increased genetic diversity in Anolis lizards
R Calsbeek, C Bonneaud, S Prabhu, N Manoukis, TB Smith
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (3), 495-503, 2007
722007
Natural selection on thermal performance in a novel thermal environment
ML Logan, RM Cox, R Calsbeek
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (39), 14165-14169, 2014
712014
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