Erem Kazancioglu, Postdoc



Dept of Animal Ecology
Evolutionary Biology Centre (EBC)
Uppsala University
Norbyvägen 18 D
SE-752 36 Uppsala

+46 18 471 6484



1) Kazancıoğlu, E., and S.H. Alonzo. in press. The evolution of optimal female mating rate changes the coevolutionary dynamics of female resistance and male persistence. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences 367: 2339-2348. 

2) Kazancıoğlu, E., H. Klug, and S.H. Alonzo. 2012. The evolution of social interactions changes predictions about interacting phenotypes. Evolution 66(7): 2056-2064.

3) Kazancıoğlu, E., and S.H. Alonzo. 2010. Classic predictions about sex change do not hold under all types of size advantage. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23(11): 2432-2441.

4) Price, S. A., P. C. Wainwright, D. R. Bellwood, E. Kazancıoğlu, D. C. Collar, and T. J. Near. 2010. Functional innovations and morphological diversification in parrotfishes. Evolution 64(10): 3057-3068.

5) Kazancıoğlu, E., and S.H. Alonzo. 2010. A comparative analysis of sex change in Labridae supports the size advantage hypothesis. Evolution 64(8): 2254-2264.

6) Kazancıoğlu, E. 2010. Sex allocation in hermaphrodites. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Chichester.

7) Kazancıoğlu, E., T. J. Near, R. Hanel, and P. C. Wainwright. 2009. Influence of sexual selection and feeding functional morphology on diversification rate of parrotfishes (Scaridae). Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences 276: 3439-3446.

8) Kazancıoğlu, E., and S. H. Alonzo. 2009. Costs of changing sex do not explain why sequential hermaphroditism is rare. The American Naturalist. 173: 327-336.