Many congrats to Ju Morimoto, who successfully completed his DPhil viva and now takes up a post-doc position in Australia
New paper on how insulin signalling buffers against male-induced harm published in Scientific Reports
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Stuart Wigby is a BBSRC David Phillips Research Fellow at the Edward Grey Institute, University of Oxford. The Wigby lab studies the evolutionary biology of sex and death, mainly using the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, as a model organism.
We are interested in sexual selection, sexual conflict, speciation, sperm competition, kin selection, immunity, life history and ageing.
- Sepil, I., Carazo, P., Perry, J. C., & Wigby, S. 2016. Insulin signalling mediates the response to male-induced harm in female Drosophila melanogaster. Scientific Reports, 6, 30205 Open access
- Perry, J.C., Joag, R., Hosken, D.J., Wedell, N., Radwan, J. & Wigby, S., 2016. Experimental evolution under hyper-promiscuity in Drosophila melanogaster. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 16 (1), p.1. Open access
- Morimoto, J. & Wigby, S., 2016. Differential effects of male nutrient balance on pre-and post-copulatory traits, and consequences for female reproduction in Drosophila melanogaster. Scientific reports, 6, p.27673. Open access
- Carazo, P., Green, J., Sepil, I., Pizzari, T. & Wigby, S., 2016. Inbreeding removes sex differences in lifespan in a population of Drosophila melanogaster. Biology Letters, 12 (6), 20160337. Open access
- Morimoto, J., Pizzari, T. & Wigby, S. 2016 Developmental environment effects on sexual selection in male and female Drosophila melanogaster. PLOS One,11, e0154468. Open Access
- Wigby, S., Perry, J.C., Kim, Y.-H. & Sirot, L.K. 2015 Developmental environment mediates male seminal protein investment in Drosophila melanogaster. Functional Ecology, 30, 410-419. Open Access
- Carazo, P., Perry, J.C., Johnson, F., Pizzari, T. & Wigby, S. 2015 Related male Drosophila melanogaster reared together as larvae fight less and sire longer lived daughters. Ecology and evolution, 5, 2787-2797. Open Access
- Bath, E., Wigby, S., Vincent, C., Tobias, J.A. & Seddon, N. 2015 Condition, not eyespan, predicts contest outcome in female stalk‐eyed flies, Teleopsis dalmanni. Ecology and evolution, 5, 1826-1836. Open Access
- Carazo, P.*, Tan, C.K.W.*, Allen, F., Wigby, S., Pizzari, T. 2014 Within-group male relatedness reduces harm to females in Drosophila. Nature, 505, 672–675 pdf | Nature News & Views | Altmetrics
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