Gita R. Kolluru, Ph.D.
B.Sc. (Honours) Biology, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada
M.A. Biology, University of California, Riverside
Ph.D. Biology, University of California, Riverside
- Costs and benefits of sexually selected displays;
- Aggressive intermale interactions;
- Costs of mating and resulting trade-offs;
- Evolution in poeciliid fishes, especially the Cuban species Girardinus metallicus;
- Phenotypic plasticity and geographic variation in mating tactics;
- Host-parasite interactions.
- Behavioral syndromes
- Costs of morphological, behavioral and physiological traits important in mating
- Host-parasite interactions
- Phenotypic and genetic variation in sexually selected traits
- Proximate and ultimate effects on male-male competition