Marion Petrie
Marion Petrie
Emerita Professor of Behavioural Ecology, Newcastle University
Verified email at ncl.ac.uk
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Why do females mate multiply? A review of the genetic benefits
MD Jennions, M Petrie
Biological Reviews 75 (1), 21-64, 2000
18722000
Variation in mate choice and mating preferences: a review of causes and consequences
MD Jennions, M Petrie
Biological Reviews 72 (2), 283-327, 1997
13661997
Extra-pair paternity in birds: explaining variation between species and populations
M Petrie, B Kempenaers
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 13 (2), 52-58, 1998
6251998
Improved growth and survival of offspring of peacocks with more elaborate trains
M Petrie
Nature 371 (6498), 598-599, 1994
5101994
Peahens prefer peacocks with elaborate trains
M Petrie, H Tim, S Carolyn
Animal Behaviour 41 (2), 323-331, 1991
4571991
Female facial attractiveness increases during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle
SC Roberts, J Havlicek, J Flegr, M Hruskova, AC Little, BC Jones, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
4032004
Sexually selected traits and adult survival: a meta-analysis
MD Jennions, AP Moller, M Petrie
The Quarterly Review of Biology 76 (1), 3-36, 2001
3972001
MHC-heterozygosity and human facial attractiveness
SC Roberts, AC Little, LM Gosling, DI Perrett, V Carter, BC Jones, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 26 (3), 213-226, 2005
2252005
Peacocks lek with relatives even in the absence of social and environmental cues
M Petrie, A Krupa, T Burke
Nature 401 (6749), 155-157, 1999
2241999
MHC-correlated odour preferences in humans and the use of oral contraceptives
SC Roberts, LM Gosling, V Carter, M Petrie
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1652), 2715-2722, 2008
2232008
Potential mechanisms of avian sex manipulation
TW Pike, M Petrie
Biological reviews 78 (4), 553-574, 2003
2202003
Why do females copulate repeatedly with one male?
FM Hunter, M Petrie, M Otronen, T Birkhead, AP Møller
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 8 (1), 21-26, 1993
2101993
Female moorhens compete for small fat males
M Petrie
Science 220 (4595), 413-415, 1983
2011983
Laying eggs in others' nests: intraspecific brood parasitism in birds
M Petrie, AP Møller
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 6 (10), 315-320, 1991
1921991
Peahens lay more eggs for peacocks with larger trains
M Petrie, A Williams
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1993
1811993
The degree of extra-pair paternity increases with genetic variability
M Petrie, C Doums, AP Møller
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (16), 9390-9395, 1998
1801998
Experimental and natural changes in the peacock's (Pavo cristatus) train can affect mating success
M Petrie, T Halliday
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35 (3), 213-217, 1994
1711994
Sex differences in avian yolk hormone levels
M Petrie, H Schwabl, N Brande-Lavridsen, T Burke
Nature 412 (6846), 498-498, 2001
1702001
Condition dependence, multiple sexual signals, and immunocompetence in peacocks
AP Møller, M Petrie
Behavioral Ecology 13 (2), 248-253, 2002
1652002
Are all secondary sexual display structures positively allometric and, if so, why?
M Petrie
Animal Behaviour 43 (1), 173-175, 1992
1571992
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