Miles M.C.
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Macroevolutionary patterning of woodpecker drums reveals how sexual selection elaborates signals under constraint
MC Miles, ER Schuppe, RM Ligon IV, MJ Fuxjager
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20172628, 2018
Androgens support male acrobatic courtship behavior by enhancing muscle speed and easing the severity of its tradeoff with force
MJ Fuxjager, MC Miles, F Goller, J Petersen, J Yancey
Endocrinology 158 (11), 4038-4046, 2017
Evolution of the androgen-induced male phenotype
MJ Fuxjager, MC Miles, BA Schlinger
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 204, 81-92, 2018
Physiological constraint on acrobatic courtship behavior underlies rapid sympatric speciation in bearded manakins
MC Miles, F Goller, MJ Fuxjager
Elife 7, e40630, 2018
Synergistic selection regimens drive the evolution of display complexity in birds of paradise
MC Miles, MJ Fuxjager
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (4), 1149-1159, 2018
Evolution of the androgen receptor: perspectives from human health to dancing birds
ER Schuppe, MC Miles, MJ Fuxjager
Molecular and cellular endocrinology 499, 110577, 2020
Animal choreography of song and dance: a case study in the Montezuma oropendola, Psarocolius montezuma
MC Miles, MJ Fuxjager
Animal behaviour 140, 99-107, 2018
Phenotypic diversity arises from secondary signal loss in the elaborate visual displays of toucans and barbets
MC Miles, MJ Fuxjager
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 152-167, 2019
Standing variation and the capacity for change: are endocrine phenotypes more variable than other traits?
MC Miles, MN Vitousek, JF Husak, MA Johnson, LB Martin, CC Taff, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 58 (4), 751-762, 2018
Biogeography predicts macro-evolutionary patterning of gestural display complexity in a passerine family
MC Miles, S Cheng, MJ Fuxjager
Evolution 71 (5), 1406-1416, 2017
Selection for rhythm as a trigger for recursive evolution in the elaborate display system of woodpeckers
MC Miles, ER Schuppe, MJ Fuxjager
The American Naturalist 195 (5), 772-787, 2020
Social context modulates how the winner effect restructures territorial behaviour in free-living woodpeckers
MC Miles, MJ Fuxjager
Animal Behaviour 150, 209-218, 2019
Vocal performance in the chipping sparrow: can a bird change his song?
MC Miles
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