Melissa Liotta
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The potential for disruptive selection on growth rates across genetically influenced alternative reproductive tactics
MR Morris, RJ Friebertshauser, O Rios-Cardenas, MN Liotta, JK Abbott
Evolutionary Ecology 30 (3), 519-533, 2016
122016
Tactical dimorphism: the interplay between body shape and mating behaviour in the swordtail Xiphophorus multilineatus (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae)
MN Liotta, JK Abbott, O Rios-Cardenas, MR Morris
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 127 (2), 337-350, 2019
102019
Selection on growth rates via a trade-off between survival to sexual maturity and longevity in the swordtail fish Xiphophorus multilineatus
M Weinstein, MN Liotta, A Solitt, A Hunt, JK Abbott, O Rios-Cardenas, ...
Evolutionary Ecology 33 (4), 549-566, 2019
92019
Feeding Rates in the Swordtail Fish Xiphophorus multilineatus: A Model System for Genetic Variation in Nutritional Programming
MR Morris, RJ Friebertshauser, M Zupi, MN Liotta, G Dunn, N Kleinas, ...
Zebrafish 15 (5), 484-491, 2018
32018
Antagonistic selection on body size and sword length in a wild population of the swordtail fish, Xiphophorus multilineatus: Potential for intralocus tactical conflict
MN Liotta, JK Abbott, MR Morris, O Rios‐Cardenas
Ecology and Evolution, 1-15, 2021
22021
Intralocus Tactical Conflict as a Constraint on the Evolution of Alternative Reproductive Tactics in Xiphophorus multilineatus (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae)
MN Liotta
Ohio University, 2020
12020
Evidence for genetic integration of mating behavior and morphology in a behaviorally plastic alternative reproductive tactic
MN Liotta, S Kamara, JK Abbott, O Rios-Cardenas, MR Morris
Evolutionary Ecology 35 (5), 723-737, 2021
2021
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