Jen Perry

JRF Jesus College

Jesus College

 

Research Interests

I'm an evolutionary biologist and entomologist. I study how evolutionary conflicts of interests influence adaptive evolution. My research objectives are to understand how conflict between the sexes influences adaptive variation in behaviour, morphology, and gene expression, and to determine how ecological variation mediates these processes.

 

Contacts

Email: jennifer.perry@zoo.ox.ac.uk
 

Websites

 

Selected Publications

  • Perry JC, Garroway CJ, Rowe L (in press) The role of ecology, neutral processes and antagonistic
    coevolution in an apparent sexual arms race. Ecology Letters.

  • Perry JC, Joag R, Hosken DJ, Wedell N, Radwan J, Wigby S (2016) Experimental evolution under hyper-promiscuity in Drosophila melanogaster. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16: 131.

  • Carazo P *, Perry JC *, Johnson F, Pizzari T, Wigby S (2015) Related male Drosophila melanogaster reared together as larvae fight less and sire longer lived daughters. Ecology and Evolution 5: 2787-2797. * Joint first authors.

  • Perry JC, Rowe L (2015) The evolution of sexually antagonistic phenotypes. Cold Spring Harbour Perspectives in Biology 7: a017558.

  • Perry JC, Harrison PW, Mank JE (2014) The ontogeny and evolution of sex-biased gene expression in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution 31: 1206-1219.

  • Biernaskie JM, Grafen A, Perry JC (2014) The evolution of index signals to avoid the cost of dishonesty. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 281: 20140876.

  • Perry JC, Sirot L, Wigby S (2013) The seminal symphony: how to compose an ejaculate. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28: 414-422.

  • Perry JC, Rowe L (2012) Sexual conflict and antagonistic coevolution across water strider populations. Evolution 66:544-57.