Amy M Worthington

Creighton University, Omaha, NE, United States 
animal behavior, mating systems, behavioral ecology, reproductive physiology
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John Swallow grad student 2006-2009 UC Denver (Neurotree)
Clint D. Kelly grad student 2010-2015 Iowa State
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Worthington AM, Kelly CD. (2016) FEMALES GAIN SURVIVAL BENEFITS FROM IMMUNE-BOOSTING EJACULATES. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Worthington AM, Kelly CD. (2016) Direct costs and benefits of multiple mating: Are high female mating rates due to ejaculate replenishment? Behavioural Processes. 124: 115-122
Worthington AM, Jurenka RA, Kelly CD. (2015) Mating for male-derived prostaglandin: a functional explanation for the increased fecundity of mated female crickets? The Journal of Experimental Biology
Kelly CD, Tawes BR, Worthington AM. (2014) Evaluating indices of body condition in two cricket species. Ecology and Evolution. 4: 4476-87
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