Gil Rosenthal
Gil Rosenthal
Professor of Biology, Texas A&M University/Co-director, CICHAZ
Verified email at bio.tamu.edu - Homepage
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Female preference for swords in Xiphophorus helleri reflects a bias for large apparent size
GG Rosenthal, CS Evans
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (8), 4431-4436, 1998
2491998
Alteration of the chemical environment disrupts communication in a freshwater fish
HS Fisher, BBM Wong, GG Rosenthal
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1591), 1187-1193, 2006
2112006
How common is homoploid hybrid speciation?
M Schumer, GG Rosenthal, P Andolfatto
Evolution 68 (6), 1553-1560, 2014
2102014
A private ultraviolet channel in visual communication
ME Cummings, GG Rosenthal, MJ Ryan
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
2002003
PHYLOGENOMICS REVEALS EXTENSIVE RETICULATE EVOLUTION IN XIPHOPHORUS FISHES
R Cui, M Schumer, K Kruesi, R Walter, P Andolfatto, GG Rosenthal
Evolution 67 (8), 2166-2179, 2013
1492013
Natural selection interacts with recombination to shape the evolution of hybrid genomes
M Schumer, C Xu, DL Powell, A Durvasula, L Skov, C Holland, JC Blazier, ...
Science 360 (6389), 656-660, 2018
1392018
Mate choice: the evolution of sexual decision making from microbes to humans
GG Rosenthal
Princeton University Press, 2017
1332017
The vocal sac as a visual cue in anuran communication: an experimental analysis using video playback
GG Rosenthal, AS Rand, MJ Ryan
Animal Behaviour 68 (1), 55-58, 2004
1332004
Shared preferences by predators and females for male ornaments in swordtails
GG Rosenthal, TY Flores Martinez, FJ García de León, MJ Ryan
The American Naturalist 158 (2), 146-154, 2001
1282001
Female preference for dynamic traits in the green swordtail, Xiphophorus helleri
GG Rosenthal, CS Evans, WL Miller
Animal Behaviour 51 (4), 811-820, 1996
1121996
Assortative preferences for stripes in danios
GG Rosenthal, MJ Ryan
Animal Behaviour 70 (5), 1063-1066, 2005
1102005
The role of sexual selection in maintaining a colour polymorphism in the pygmy swordtail, Xiphophorus pygmaeus
JJ Kingston, GG Rosenthal, MJ Ryan
Animal Behaviour 65 (4), 735-743, 2003
992003
Female swordtail fish use chemical cues to select well-fed mates
HS Fisher, GG Rosenthal
Animal Behaviour 72 (3), 721-725, 2006
982006
Replicated hybrid zones of Xiphophorus swordtails along an elevational gradient
ZW Culumber, HS Fisher, M Tobler, M Mateos, PH Barber, MD Sorenson, ...
Molecular ecology 20 (2), 342-356, 2011
972011
Species recognition by male swordtails via chemical cues
BBM Wong, HS Fisher, GG Rosenthal
Behavioral Ecology 16 (4), 818-822, 2005
972005
Female disdain for swords in a swordtail fish
BBM Wong, GG Rosenthal
The American Naturalist 167 (1), 136-140, 2006
952006
Considerations on the use of video playbacks as visual stimuli: the Lisbon workshop consensus
RF Oliveira, GG Rosenthal, I Schlupp, PK McGregor, IC Cuthill, JA Endler, ...
Acta ethologica 3 (1), 61-65, 2000
922000
High-resolution mapping reveals hundreds of genetic incompatibilities in hybridizing fish species
M Schumer, R Cui, DL Powell, R Dresner, GG Rosenthal, P Andolfatto
Elife 3, e02535, 2014
842014
Spatiotemporal dimensions of visual signals in animal communication
GG Rosenthal
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 38, 155-178, 2007
772007
Secondary reduction of preference for the sword ornament in the pygmy swordtail Xiphophorus nigrensis (Pisces: Poeciliidae)
GG Rosenthal, WE Wagner Jr, MJ Ryan
Animal Behaviour 63 (1), 37-45, 2002
772002
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