Grant C McDonald
Grant C McDonald
University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest / University of Oxford
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Sexual networks: measuring sexual selection in structured, polyandrous populations
GC McDonald, R James, J Krause, T Pizzari
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
Pre-and postcopulatory sexual selection favor aggressive, young males in polyandrous groups of red junglefowl
GC McDonald, LG Spurgin, EA Fairfield, DS Richardson, T Pizzari
Evolution 71 (6), 1653-1669, 2017
Structure of sexual networks determines the operation of sexual selection
GC McDonald, T Pizzari
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (1), E53-E61, 2018
Assortment and the analysis of natural selection on social traits
GC McDonald, DR Farine, KR Foster, JM Biernaskie
Evolution 71 (11), 2693-2702, 2017
The tale of the shrinking weapon: seasonal changes in nutrition affect weapon size and sexual dimorphism, but not contemporary evolution
CW Miller, GC McDonald, AJ Moore
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (11), 2266-2275, 2016
Why patterns of assortative mating are key to study sexual selection and how to measure them
GC McDonald, T Pizzari
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (1), 209-220, 2016
Sex peptide receptor-regulated polyandry modulates the balance of pre- and post-copulatory sexual selection in Drosophila
J Morimoto, GC McDonald, E Smith, DT Smith, JC Perry, T Chapman, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 283, 2019
Sexual selection and personality: Individual and group‐level effects on mating behaviour in red junglefowl
AM Roth, NJ Dingemanse, S Nakagawa, GC McDonald, H Lřvlie, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (5), 1288-1306, 2021
Differential female sociality is linked with the fine-scale structure of sexual interactions in replicate groups of red junglefowl, Gallus gallus
GC McDonald, LG Spurgin, EA Fairfield, DS Richardson, T Pizzari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1913), 20191734, 2019
Successful breeding predicts divorce in plovers
N Halimubieke, K Kupán, JO Valdebenito, V Kubelka, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-13, 2020
Sexual selection in socially-structured, polyandrous populations: some insights from the fowl
T Pizzari, GC McDonald
Advances in the Study of Behavior 51, 77-141, 2019
Temporal dynamics of competitive fertilization in social groups of red junglefowl (Gallus gallus) shed new light on avian sperm competition
R Carleial, GC McDonald, LG Spurgin, EA Fairfield, Y Wang, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1813), 20200081, 2020
Mating behaviour: sexual networks and sexual selection
GC McDonald, T Pizzari
Animal Social Networks, 2015
Female novelty and male status dynamically modulate ejaculate expenditure and seminal fluid proteome over successive matings in red junglefowl
A Alvarez-Fernandez, K Borziak, GC McDonald, S Dorus, T Pizzari
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-15, 2019
Dynamic phenotypic correlates of social status and mating effort in male and female red junglefowl, Gallus gallus
R Carleial, GC McDonald, T Pizzari
Journal of evolutionary biology 33 (1), 22-40, 2020
The impact of social structure on breeding strategies in an island bird
GC McDonald, N Engel, SS Ratăo, T Székely, A Kosztolányi
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 13872, 2020
Sexual selection in complex communities: Integrating interspecific reproductive interference in structured populations
GC McDonald, A Gardner, T Pizzari
Evolution 73 (5), 1025-1036, 2019
Pathogen transmission modes determine contact network structure, altering other pathogen characteristics
M Collier, GF Albery, GC McDonald, S Bansal
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1989), 20221389, 2022
Remating opportunities and low costs underlie maternal desertion
GC McDonald, IC Cuthill, T Székely, A Kosztolányi
Evolution 77 (1), 97-109, 2023
Disentangling the causes of temporal variation in the opportunity for sexual selection
R Carleial, T Pizzari, DS Richardson, GC McDonald
Nature Communications 14 (1), 1006, 2023
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