Vikram K. Iyengar, Ph.D.

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Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
chemical ecology
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Thomas Eisner grad student 2001 Cornell
 (Sexual selection and its consequences in an arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatrix).)
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Attygalle AB, Hearth KB, Iyengar VK, et al. (2021) Biosynthesis of Quinoline by a Stick Insect. Journal of Natural Products
Egan AL, Hook KA, Reeve HK, et al. (2015) Polyandrous females provide sons with more competitive sperm: Support for the sexy-sperm hypothesis in the rattlebox moth (Utetheisa ornatrix). Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Iyengar VK, Castle T, Mullen SP. (2013) Sympatric sexual signal divergence among North American Calopteryx damselflies is correlated with increased intra- and interspecific male-male aggression Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 1-8
Kelly CA, Norbutus AJ, Lagalante AF, et al. (2012) Male courtship pheromones as indicators of genetic quality in an arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatrix) Behavioral Ecology. 23: 1009-1014
Iyengar VK, Reeve HK. (2010) Z linkage of female promiscuity genes in the moth Utetheisa ornatrix: support for the sexy-sperm hypothesis? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 64: 1267-72
Iyengar VK. (2009) Experience counts: Females favor multiply mated males over chemically endowed virgins in a moth (Utetheisa ornatrix) Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 63: 847-855
Iyengar VK, Starks BD. (2008) Sexual selection in harems: Male competition plays a larger role than female choice in an amphipod Behavioral Ecology. 19: 642-649
Bezzerides AL, Iyengar VK, Eisner T. (2008) Female promiscuity does not lead to increased fertility or fecundity in an arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatrix) Journal of Insect Behavior. 21: 213-221
Iyengar VK, Eisner T. (2004) Male indifference to female traits in an arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatix) Ecological Entomology. 29: 281-284
Iyengar VK, Reeve HK, Eisner T. (2002) Paternal inheritance of a female moth's mating preference. Nature. 419: 830-2
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