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Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Evolution by Sexual Selection2021
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Commentary: Mating Preferences of Selfish Sex Chromosomes2019
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Discrimination of Attractiveness and Health in Men’s Faces: the Impact of Color Cues and Variation in Relation to Sex and Age of Rater2017
Dr Corry Gellatly
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Pre-natal sex selection and female infant mortality are more common in India after firstborn and second-born daughters2017
Jan Havlicek
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Partner Choice, Relationship Satisfaction, and Oral Contraception: The Congruency Hypothesis2014
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Oral contraceptive use in women changes preferences for male facial masculinity and is associated with partner facial masculinity2013
Dr Craig Roberts
Jan Havlicek
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Repeatability of odour preferences across time2013
Dr Craig Roberts
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Jan Havlicek
Relationship satisfaction and outcome in women who meet their partner while using oral contraception2012
Dr Sergey Savelev
Dr John Perry
Dr Stephen Bourke
Professor Robert Taylor
Professor Andrew Fisher
et al.
Volatile biomarkers of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in cystic fibrosis and non cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis2011
Dr Sergey Savelev
Dr John Perry
Dr Stephen Bourke
Professor Roy Taylor
Professor Andrew Fisher
et al.
Identification of pseudomonas aeruginosa infection via volatile organic compounds in sputum headspace gases2010
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Mating systems and genetic variation2010
Dr Marie Hale
Marije Verduijn
Dr Kirsten Wolff
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Is the peacock's train an honest signal of genetic quality at the major histocompatibility complex?2009
Dr Craig Roberts
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Kin recognition signals in adult faces2009
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Moorhens have an internal representation of their own eggs2009
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Thomas Pike
Variation in the peacock’s train shows a genetic component2009
Sergey Savelev
Professor Anthony De Soyza
Anne Nicholson
Dr John Perry
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
et al.
Developing a non-invasive test for pseudomonas detection: towards an electronic nose2008
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Do peahens not prefer peacocks with more elaborate trains?2008
Dr Sergey Savelev
Sanjay Antony-Babu
Dr Craig Roberts
Dr Huitu Wang
Professor Tony Clare
et al.
Individual variation in 3-methylbutanal: A putative link between human leukocyte antigen and skin microflora2008
Dr Craig Roberts
Emeritus Professor Morris Gosling
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
MHC-correlated odour preferences in humans and the use of oral contraceptives2008
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Dr Gilbert Roberts
Sexual selection and the evolution of evolvability2007
Dr Craig Roberts
Dr Marie Hale
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Correlations between heterozygosity and measures of genetic similarity: Implications for understanding mate choice2006
Dr Craig Roberts
Emeritus Professor Morris Gosling
Paul Miller
Dr Dustin Penn
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
et al.
Body odor similarity in noncohabiting twins2005
Thomas Pike
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Maternal body condition and plasma hormones affect offspring sex ratio in peafowl2005
Dr Craig Roberts
Emeritus Professor Morris Gosling
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
MHC-assortative facial preferences in humans2005
Dr Craig Roberts
Emeritus Professor Morris Gosling
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
MHC-heterozygosity and human facial attractiveness2005
Thomas Pike
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Offspring sex ratio is related to paternal train elaboration and yolk corticosterone in peafowl2005
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr Stephanie Colvan
Professor Michael Goodfellow
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
et al.
Does the immune system play a role in the community structure of commensal micro-flora and associated chemosensory individuality?2004
Dr Craig Roberts
Jan Havlicek
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Female facial attractiveness increases during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle2004
Dr Craig Roberts
Jan Havlicek
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Female facial attractiveness increases during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle2004
Thomas Pike
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Potential mechanisms of avian sex manipulation2003
Thomas Pike
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Potential mechanisms of avian sex manipulation2003
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Condition dependence, multiple sexual signals, and immunocompetence in peacocks2002
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Maternal investment - Sex differences in avian yolk hormone levels2001
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Maternal investment: sex differences in avian yolk hormone levels2001
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Sexually selected traits and adult survival: a meta-analysis2001
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Sexually selected traits and adult survival: A meta-analysis2001
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Why do females mate multiply? A review of the genetic benefits2000
Emerita Professor Marion Petrie
Peacocks lek with relatives even in the absence of social and environmental cues1999