Agata Plesnar-Bielak
Agata Plesnar-Bielak
Jagiellonian University, Institute of Environmental Sciences
Zweryfikowany adres z uj.edu.pl
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Mating system affects population performance and extinction risk under environmental challenge
A Plesnar-Bielak, AM Skrzynecka, ZM Prokop, J Radwan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1747), 4661-4667, 2012
Selection for alternative male reproductive tactics alters intralocus sexual conflict
A Plesnar Bielak, AM Skrzynecka, K Miler, J Radwan
Evolution 68 (7), 2137-2144, 2014
Sexual conflict in a changing environment
A Plesnar‐Bielak, A Łukasiewicz
Biological Reviews 96 (5), 1854-1867, 2021
Larval and adult nutrition effects on reproductive traits in the red flour beetle
A Plesnar‐Bielak, KR Woch, MA Małszycki, ATH Alkhawlany, A Hołysz, ...
Journal of Zoology 302 (2), 79-87, 2017
Transcriptomics of intralocus sexual conflict: gene expression patterns in females change in response to selection on a male secondary sexual trait in the bulb mite
R Joag, M Stuglik, M Konczal, A Plesnar-Bielak, A Skrzynecka, W Babik, ...
Genome Biology and Evolution 8 (8), 2351-2357, 2016
No evidence for reproductive isolation through sexual conflict in the bulb mite Rhizoglyphus robini
A Plesnar-Bielak, AM Skrzynecka, ZM Prokop, M Kolasa, M Działo, ...
PloS one 8 (9), e74971, 2013
Relative costs and benefits of alternative reproductive phenotypes at different temperatures–genotype-by-environment interactions in a sexually selected trait
A Plesnar-Bielak, AM Skwierzyńska, K Hlebowicz, J Radwan
BMC Evolutionary Biology 18, 1-10, 2018
Complex response in size-related traits of bulb mites (Rhizoglyphus robini) under elevated thermal conditions – an experimental evolution approach
A Plesnar-Bielak, A Jawor, PE Kramarz
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (24), 4542-4548, 2013
The role of sexual selection in purging the genome of induced mutations in the bulb mite (Rizoglyphus robini)
A Plesnar, M Konior, J Radwan
Evolutionary Ecology Research 13 (2), 209-216, 2011
Do males pay for sex? Sex-specific selection coefficients suggest not
ZM Prokop, MA Prus, TS Gaczorek, K Sychta, JK Palka, A Plesnar-Bielak, ...
Evolution 71 (3), 650-661, 2017
Fitness Effects of Thermal Stress Differ Between Outcrossing and Selfing Populations in Caenorhabditis elegans
A Plesnar-Bielak, MK Labocha, P Kosztyła, KR Woch, WM Banot, ...
Evolutionary Biology 44, 356-364, 2017
Male-limited secondary sexual trait interacts with environment in determining female fitness
AM Skwierzyńska, J Radwan, A Plesnar-Bielak
Evolution 72 (8), 1716-1722, 2018
Evolution of mate guarding under the risk of intrasexual aggression in a mite with alternative mating tactics
AM Skwierzyńska, A Plesnar-Bielak, M Kolasa, J Radwan
Animal Behaviour 137, 75-82, 2018
Sexual and ecological selection on a sexual conflict gene
A Plesnar‐Bielak, AM Skwierzyńska, J Radwan
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (10), 1433-1439, 2020
Does operational sex ratio influence relative strength of purging selection in males versus females?
A Plesnar‐Bielak, K Sychta, TS Gaczorek, JK Palka, MA Prus, ZM Prokop
Journal of evolutionary biology 33 (1), 80-88, 2020
Proximate mechanisms of the differences in reproductive success of males bearing different alleles of Pgdh–a gene involved in a sexual conflict in bulb mite
AM Skwierzyńska, A Plesnar‐Bielak
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (5), 657-664, 2018
Transcriptomics of differences in thermal plasticity associated with selection for an exaggerated male sexual trait
A Plesnar-Bielak, JM Parrett, S Chmielewski, K Dudek, A Łukasiewicz, ...
Progeny Above All
A Plesnar-Bielak
ACADEMIA-The magazine of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 40-41-40-41, 2014
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