Natasha Tigreros, Ph.D.

2013 Biology Tufts University, Boston 
Evolution and Development Biology, Ecology Biology, Behavioral Sciences Psychology
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Sara Lewis grad student 2013 Tufts
 (Male and female reproductive roles in the context of life history and nutritional ecology.)
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Tigreros N, Norris RH, Thaler JS. (2019) Maternal effects across life stages: larvae experiencing predation risk increase offspring provisioning Ecological Entomology. 44: 738-744
Tigreros N, Norris RH, Wang EH, et al. (2017) Maternally induced intraclutch cannibalism: an adaptive response to predation risk? Ecology Letters
Tigreros N, Mowery MA, Lewis SM. (2014) Male mate choice favors more colorful females in the gift-giving cabbage butterfly Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 68: 1539-1547
Tigreros N. (2013) Linking nutrition and sexual selection across life stages in a model butterfly system Functional Ecology. 27: 145-154
Tigreros N, Sass EM, Lewis SM. (2013) Sex-specific response to nutrient limitation and its effects on female mating success in a gift-giving butterfly Evolutionary Ecology. 27: 1145-1158
Lewis SM, Tigreros N, Fedina T, et al. (2012) Genetic and nutritional effects on male traits and reproductive performance in Tribolium flour beetles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25: 438-51
Tigreros N, Lewis SM. (2011) Direct and correlated responses to artificial selection on sexual size dimorphism in the flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24: 835-42
Tigreros N, Jadhav R, Kowles KA, et al. (2010) Physiological status of male and female Popillia japonica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) affects mating and grouping behavior. Environmental Entomology. 39: 892-7
Tigreros N, Switzer PV. (2009) Observations of multiple mating under field conditions for Japanese beetles (Popillia Japonica Newman) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 82: 151-159
Tigreros N, South A, Fedina T, et al. (2009) Does fertilization by proxy occur in Tribolium beetles? A replicated study of a novel mechanism of sperm transfer Animal Behaviour. 77: 555-557
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