His Dragonfly study is within the categories of Anisoptera and Libellulidae. His research on Anisoptera often connects related areas such as Dragonfly. His study on Zoology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Libellulidae. Alex Córdoba-Aguilar conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Ecology and Competition (biology). In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Competition (biology) and Ecology. Alex Córdoba-Aguilar combines Sexual selection and Sexual dimorphism in his studies. In his research, Alex Córdoba-Aguilar undertakes multidisciplinary study on Sexual dimorphism and Fecundity. Alex Córdoba-Aguilar regularly ties together related areas like Population in his Fecundity studies. Many of his studies on Population apply to Reproductive success as well.
Among his Sperm studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Spermatheca and Sperm competition. By researching both Spermatheca and Antagonistic Coevolution, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Alex Córdoba-Aguilar undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Sperm competition and Sperm through his works. He integrates Zoology and Anatomy in his studies. He integrates Anatomy and Zoology in his research. His study on Ecology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Hemolymph. He connects Odonata with Libellulidae in his research. In his research, Alex Córdoba-Aguilar undertakes multidisciplinary study on Libellulidae and Odonata. His study brings together the fields of Botany and Damselfly.
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Phenoloxidase: a key component of the insect immune system
Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata (2012)
Evolutionary ecology of Odonata: a complex life cycle perspective.
Annual Review of Entomology (2012)
Dragonflies And Damselflies: Model Organisms for Ecological and Evolutionary Research
Wing pigmentation, immune ability, fat reserves and territorial status in males of the rubyspot damselfly, Hetaerina americana
Journal of Ethology (2006)
Male copulatory sensory stimulation induces female ejection of rival sperm in a damselfly
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (1999)
Sexual size dimorphism in the American rubyspot: male body size predicts male competition and mating success
Animal Behaviour (2007)
Wing pigmentation in territorial male damselflies, Calopteryx haemorrhoidalis: a possible relation to sexual selection
Animal Behaviour (2002)
Sperm competition in Odonata (Insecta): the evolution of female sperm storage and rivals' sperm displacement
Journal of Zoology (2003)
The evolution of primary sexual characters in animals
Insect responses to heat: physiological mechanisms, evolution and ecological implications in a warming world.
Biological Reviews of The Cambridge Philosophical Society (2020)
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