His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Zoology, Lizard, Sauria and Avian clutch size. His Ecology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Demography. Barry Sinervo combines subjects such as Allometry, Natural selection, Reproduction, Parental investment and Allometric engineering with his study of Zoology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Range, Territoriality, Global warming and Density dependent in addition to Lizard. His research in Sauria intersects with topics in Testosterone, Androgen, Corticosterone and Hatchling. The concepts of his Ectotherm study are interwoven with issues in Biodiversity, Extinction, Ecological niche, Climate change and Ecosystem.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Lizard, Zoology, Evolutionary biology and Climate change. His Ecology research incorporates elements of Natural selection and Extinction. Barry Sinervo has included themes like Global warming and Biodiversity in his Extinction study.
His work deals with themes such as Territoriality, Biological dispersal, Demography and Reproductive success, which intersect with Lizard. His Zoology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hatchling, Reproduction and Maternal effect. His Climate change research incorporates elements of Range, Ecological niche and Acclimatization.
Barry Sinervo spends much of his time researching Ecology, Climate change, Zoology, Ectotherm and Lizard. His study on Ecology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Extinction. The concepts of his Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Alternative stable state, Acclimatization and Temperate climate.
His work in the fields of Sexual selection, Squamata and Female intrasexual competition overlaps with other areas such as Intestinal parasite. His Ectotherm research integrates issues from Tropical climate, Amazon rainforest and Phenotypic plasticity. His Lizard study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary biology, Field metabolic rate, Survivorship curve and Reproductive success.
His main research concerns Climate change, Extinction, Ecology, Lizard and Ectotherm. His Climate change study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Acclimatization, Evapotranspiration and Afforestation. His Range research focuses on Invertebrate and how it relates to Ecosystem.
His study on Ecosystem also encompasses disciplines like
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The rock–paper–scissors game and the evolution of alternative male strategies
B. Sinervo;C. M. Lively.
Erosion of lizard diversity by climate change and altered thermal niches.
Barry Sinervo;Barry Sinervo;Fausto Méndez-de-la-Cruz;Donald B. Miles;Donald B. Miles;Benoit Heulin.
Genome 10K: A Proposal to Obtain Whole-Genome Sequence for 10 000 Vertebrate Species
David Haussler;Stephen J. O'Brien;Oliver A. Ryder;F. Keith Barker.
Journal of Heredity (2009)
Behavioral drive versus behavioral inertia in evolution: a null model approach.
Raymond B. Huey;Paul E. Hertz;B. Sinervo.
The American Naturalist (2003)
Role of Gene Interactions in Hybrid Speciation: Evidence from Ancient and Experimental Hybrids
L. H. Rieseberg;B. Sinervo;Craig R Linder;M. C. Ungerer.
THE EVOLUTION OF MATERNAL INVESTMENT IN LIZARDS: AN EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EGG SIZE AND ITS EFFECTS ON OFFSPRING PERFORMANCE.
Correlational selection and the evolution of genomic architecture
B Sinervo;Erik Svensson.
Density cycles and an offspring quantity and quality game driven by natural selection
Barry Sinervo;Erik Svensson;Erik Svensson;Tosha Comendant.
Allometric engineering: a causal analysis of natural selection on offspring size.
Barry Sinervo;Kelly Zamudio;Paul Doughty;Raymond B. Huey.
Testosterone, Endurance, and Darwinian Fitness: Natural and Sexual Selection on the Physiological Bases of Alternative Male Behaviors in Side-Blotched Lizards
Barry Sinervo;Barry Sinervo;Donald B. Miles;W.Anthony Frankino;Matthew Klukowski.
Hormones and Behavior (2000)
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