Lucas Marie-Orleach

Research Interests

I am a quantitative geneticist studying how sexual selection and mating system affect speciation, using empirical and theoretical methods in animals and plants.

I am working on the Speciation Clock project together with Dr. Sylvain Glémin (CNRS) and Prof. Christian Brochmann (University of Oslo).

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Publications

  • Marie-Orleach, Lucas; Sanz, Annui M.; Bailey, Nathan W. & Ritchie, Michael G. (2020). Does the response of D. melanogaster males to intrasexual competitors influence sexual isolation?. Behavioral Ecology.  ISSN 1045-2249.  30(2), s 487- 492 . doi: 10.1093/beheco/arz209
  • Janicke, Tim; Marie-Orleach, Lucas; Aubier, Thomas G; Perrier, Charles & Morrow, Edward H. (2019). Assortative Mating in Animals and Its Role for Speciation. The American Naturalist.  ISSN 0003-0147.  194(6), s 865- 875 . doi: 10.1086/705825
  • Marie-Orleach, Lucas; Bailey, Nathan W. & Ritchie, Michael G. (2019). Social effects on fruit fly courtship song. Ecology and Evolution.  ISSN 2045-7758.  9, s 410- 416 . doi: 10.1002/ece3.4759
  • Marie-Orleach, Lucas (2020). Transitions between Sexual Systems: Understanding the Mechanisms of, and Pathways between, Dioecy, Hermaphroditism and Other Sexual Systems. The Quarterly review of biology.  ISSN 0033-5770.  95(1), s 86- 86
  • Marie-Orleach, Lucas; Brochmann, Christian & Glémin, Sylvain (2020). How fast does the "speciation clock" tick in selfing versus outcrossing lineages?.
  • Marie-Orleach, Lucas (2019). Sexual selection, indirect genetic effects and speciation.
  • Marie-Orleach, Lucas (2019). Sexual selection, indirect genetic effects and speciation.
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