Bradley D. Worden, Ph.D.

2001 Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
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Patricia G. Parker grad student 2001 Ohio State
 (Female mating behavior in the beetle Tenebrio molitor: Polyandry and parasite -mediated sexual selection.)
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Worden BD, Parker PG. (2005) Females prefer noninfected males as mates in the grain beetle Tenebrio molitor: Evidence in pre- and postcopulatory behaviours Animal Behaviour. 70: 1047-1053
Worden BD, Parker PG. (2001) Polyandry in grain beetles, Tenebrio molitor, leads to greater reproductive success: Material or genetic benefits? Behavioral Ecology. 12: 761-767
Worden BD, Parker PG, Pappas PW. (2000) Parasites reduce attractiveness and reproductive success in male grain beetles. Animal Behaviour. 59: 543-550
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