Scott K. Sakaluk
Scott K. Sakaluk
Professor of Zoology, Illinois State University
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Male crickets feed females to ensure complete sperm transfer
SK Sakaluk
Science 223 (4636), 609-610, 1984
2351984
Gecko phonotaxis to cricket calling song: a case of satellite predation
SK Sakaluk, JJ Belwood
Animal Behaviour 32 (3), 659-662, 1984
2021984
Female control of sperm transfer and intraspecific variation in sperm precedence: antecedents to the evolution of a courtship food gift
SK Sakaluk, AK Eggert
Evolution 50 (2), 694-703, 1996
1401996
Polyandry promotes enhanced offspring survival in decorated crickets
TM Ivy, SK Sakaluk
Evolution 59 (1), 152-159, 2005
1342005
Sensory exploitation as an evolutionary origin to nuptial food gifts in insects
SK Sakaluk
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1232000
Spermatophore size and its role in the reproductive behaviour of the cricket, Gryllodes supplicans (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)
SK Sakaluk
Canadian Journal of Zoology 63 (7), 1652-1656, 1985
1181985
Females use self-referent cues to avoid mating with previous mates
TM Ivy, CB Weddle, SK Sakaluk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1580), 2475-2478, 2005
1092005
SPERM COMPETITION AND THE EVOLUTION OF NUPTIAL FEEDING BEHAVIOR IN THE CRICKET, GRYLLODES SUPPLICANS (WALKER)
SK Sakaluk
Evolution 40 (3), 584-593, 1986
1061986
Ejaculate expenditures of male crickets in response to varying risk and intensity of sperm competition: not all species play games
JM Schaus, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 12 (6), 740-745, 2001
982001
Female mating frequency and progeny production in singly and doubly mated house and field crickets
SK Sakaluk, WH Cade
Canadian Journal of Zoology 58 (3), 404-411, 1980
901980
Reproductive behaviour of the decorated cricket, Gryllodes supplicans (Orthoptera: Gryllidae): calling schedules, spatial distribution, and mating
SK Sakaluk
Behaviour 100 (1-4), 202-225, 1987
881987
Repeated matings offset costs of reproduction in female crickets
DM Burpee, SK Sakaluk
Evolutionary Ecology 7 (3), 240-250, 1993
861993
Post-copulatory mate guarding in decorated crickets
SK Sakaluk
Animal Behaviour 41 (2), 207-216, 1991
761991
Polyandry and fitness of offspring reared under varying nutritional stress in decorated crickets
SK Sakaluk, JM Schaus, AK Eggert, WA Snedden, PL Brady
Evolution 56 (10), 1999-2007, 2002
742002
The gin trap as a device facilitating coercive mating in sagebrush crickets
SK Sakaluk, PJ Bangert, AK Eggert, C Gack, LV Swanson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1995
741995
Neonatal body condition, immune responsiveness, and hematocrit predict longevity in a wild bird population
EK Bowers, CJ Hodges, AM Forsman, LA Vogel, BS Masters, ...
Ecology 95 (11), 3027-3034, 2014
712014
Cryptic sexual conflict in gift-giving insects: chasing the chase-away
SK Sakaluk, RL Avery, CB Weddle
The American Naturalist 167 (1), 94-104, 2006
692006
Courtship feeding in decorated crickets: is the spermatophylax a sham?
MW Will, SK Sakaluk
Animal Behaviour 48 (6), 1309-1315, 1994
651994
Experimentally induced spermatophore production and immune responses reveal a trade-off in crickets
AM Kerr, SN Gershman, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 21 (3), 647-654, 2010
642010
Fluctuating asymmetry and variation in the size of courtship food gifts in decorated crickets
AK Eggert, SK Sakaluk
The American Naturalist 144 (4), 708-716, 1994
641994
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