Matthew D. Hall
Matthew D. Hall
School of Biological Sciences, Monash University
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Sex-specific fitness effects of nutrient intake on reproduction and lifespan
AA Maklakov, SJ Simpson, F Zajitschek, MD Hall, J Dessmann, F Clissold, ...
Current Biology 18 (14), 1062-1066, 2008
Sex in a material world: why the study of sexual reproduction and sex‐specific traits should become more nutritionally‐explicit
NI Morehouse, T Nakazawa, CM Booher, PD Jeyasingh, MD Hall
Oikos 119 (5), 766-778, 2010
Experimental evidence that sexual conflict influences the opportunity, form and intensity of sexual selection
MD Hall, LF Bussière, J Hunt, R Brooks
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (9), 2305-2315, 2008
Sex differences in nutrient‐dependent reproductive ageing
AA Maklakov, MD Hall, SJ Simpson, J Dessmann, FJ Clissold, ...
Aging cell 8 (3), 324-330, 2009
Effects of juvenile and adult diet on ageing and reproductive effort of male and female black field crickets, Teleogryllus commodus
F Zajitschek, J Hunt, MD Jennions, MD Hall, RC Brooks
Functional Ecology, 602-611, 2009
Direct selection on male attractiveness and female preference fails to produce a response
M Hall, AK Lindholm, R Brooks
BMC Evolutionary Biology 4 (1), 1-10, 2004
Disentangling the influence of parasite genotype, host genotype and maternal environment on different stages of bacterial infection in Daphnia magna
MD Hall, D Ebert
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1741), 3176-3183, 2012
Genetic correlations and sex‐specific adaptation in changing environments
T Connallon, MD Hall
Evolution 70 (10), 2186-2198, 2016
The evolution of sex: a new hypothesis based on mitochondrial mutational erosion: mitochondrial mutational erosion in ancestral eukaryotes would favor the evolution of sex …
JC Havird, MD Hall, DK Dowling
Bioessays 37 (9), 951-958, 2015
The juvenile social environment introduces variation in the choice and expression of sexually selected traits
MM Kasumovic, MD Hall, RC Brooks
Ecology and Evolution 2 (5), 1036-1047, 2012
Local adaptation of sex induction in a facultative sexual crustacean: insights from QTL mapping and natural populations of Daphnia magna
AC Roulin, J Routtu, MD Hall, T Janicke, I Colson, CR Haag, D Ebert
Molecular Ecology 22 (13), 3567-3579, 2013
The importance of listening: juvenile allocation shifts in response to acoustic cues of the social environment
MM Kasumovic, MD Hall, H Try, RC Brooks
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (6), 1325-1334, 2011
A population biology perspective on the stepwise infection process of the bacterial pathogen Pasteuria ramosa in Daphnia
D Ebert, D Duneau, MD Hall, P Luijckx, JP Andras, L Du Pasquier, ...
Advances in parasitology 91, 265-310, 2016
The assessment of insemination success in yellow dung flies using competitive PCR
LF Bussière, M Demont, AJ Pemberton, MD Hall, PI Ward
Molecular Ecology Resources 10 (2), 292-303, 2010
The evolutionary consequences of stepwise infection processes
MD Hall, G Bento, D Ebert
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (8), 612-623, 2017
An SNP-based second-generation genetic map of Daphnia magna and its application to QTL analysis of phenotypic traits
J Routtu, MD Hall, B Albere, C Beisel, RD Bergeron, A Chaturvedi, ...
BMC genomics 15 (1), 1-15, 2014
Interactions among performance capacities predict male combat outcomes in the field cricket
MD Hall, L McLaren, RC Brooks, SP Lailvaux
Functional Ecology 24 (1), 159-164, 2010
Competitive PCR reveals the complexity of postcopulatory sexual selection in Teleogryllus commodus
MD Hall, LF Bussiere, M Demont, PI Ward, RC Brooks
Molecular Ecology 19 (3), 610-619, 2010
Performance is no proxy for genetic quality: trade‐offs between locomotion, attractiveness, and life history in crickets
SP Lailvaux, MD Hall, RC Brooks
Ecology 91 (5), 1530-1537, 2010
Sexual conflict and the maintenance of multivariate genetic variation
MD Hall, SP Lailvaux, MW Blows, RC Brooks
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (6), 1697-1703, 2010
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