John L. Fitzpatrick mostly deals with Sperm competition, Zoology, Sexual selection, Ecology and Sperm. His work in the fields of Mating overlaps with other areas such as Paternal care. His studies in Mating integrate themes in fields like Neogobius and Round goby.
In his study, Scramble competition, Demography, Coevolution and Allometry is strongly linked to Sexual dimorphism, which falls under the umbrella field of Sexual selection. His study ties his expertise on Neolamprologus pulcher together with the subject of Ecology. His Sperm course of study focuses on Human fertilization and Semen.
John L. Fitzpatrick focuses on Zoology, Sperm, Ecology, Sperm competition and Sexual selection. The various areas that John L. Fitzpatrick examines in his Zoology study include Environmental factor, Porichthys notatus and Reproduction. In general Sperm, his work in Sperm motility is often linked to Sperm flagellum linking many areas of study.
His Ecology research integrates issues from Demography, Neolamprologus pulcher, Cichlid and Sexual dimorphism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Intraspecific competition, Inbreeding, Competition and Reproductive success in addition to Sperm competition. His Sexual selection research incorporates themes from Halfbeak, Sex organ and Scramble competition.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sperm, Sperm competition, Zoology, Sexual selection and Mating. His Sperm study often links to related topics such as Human fertilization. John L. Fitzpatrick interconnects Sperm heteromorphism and Function, Cell biology in the investigation of issues within Human fertilization.
The concepts of his Sperm competition study are interwoven with issues in Meta-analysis, Sperm Head, Spermatogenesis and Body size. His Sexual selection study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Halfbeak, Natural selection, Internal fertilization and Reproductive success. His Mating study deals with Evolutionary biology intersecting with Morphometrics, Competition and Sexual dimorphism.
His primary areas of study are Zoology, Sperm, Sperm competition, Human fertilization and Preference. Internal fertilization and Sperm Head are subfields of Sperm in which his conducts study. His research ties Sexual selection and Internal fertilization together.
His Sperm Head study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meta-analysis, Spermatogenesis and Body size. His Preference study overlaps with Sperm chemotaxis, Mating, Mate choice, Female sperm storage and In vitro fertilisation.
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Sperm wars and the evolution of male fertility
Female promiscuity promotes the evolution of faster sperm in cichlid fishes.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Toxicity of dissolved Cu, Zn, Ni and Cd to developing embryos of the blue mussel (Mytilus trossolus) and the protective effect of dissolved organic carbon.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C-toxicology & Pharmacology (2009)
Sexual selection and the evolution of sperm quality
Molecular Human Reproduction (2014)
Female monopolization mediates the relationship between pre- and postcopulatory sexual traits
Nature Communications (2014)
Evolutionary Trade-Off between Secondary Sexual Traits and Ejaculates
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2017)
MALE CONTEST COMPETITION AND THE COEVOLUTION OF WEAPONRY AND TESTES IN PINNIPEDS
Reduced heterozygosity impairs sperm quality in endangered mammals
Biology Letters (2009)
Sexual selection determines parental care patterns in cichlid fishes.
The relative sensitivity of sperm, eggs and embryos to copper in the blue mussel (Mytilus trossulus).
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C-toxicology & Pharmacology (2008)
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