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Collet, J. and Sztepanacz, J.L. (2022) Mating traits are phenotypically but not genetically correlated to fitness. Accepted Behavioural Ecology

Sztepanacz, J.L. and Houle, D. (2021) Allometry constrains the evolution of sexual dimorphism in Drosophila across 33 million years of divergence. Evolution. 75(5): 1117-1131

Sztepanacz, J.L. (2020). Digest: Within and between sex covariances can enhance the response to climatic selection. Evolution. 74(2): 501-503

Sztepanacz, J.L., and Houle, D. (2019). Cross‐sex genetic covariances limit the evolvability of wing‐shape within and among species of Drosophila. Evolution. 73(8): 1617-1633

Houle, D., Jones L. T., Fortune R., Sztepanacz, J.L. (2019). Why does allometry evolve so slowly? Integrative and Comparative Biology. 59(5): 1429–1440

Sztepanacz, J.L. and Mark. W. Blows. (2017). Artificial selection to increase the phenotypic variance in gmax fails. The American Naturalist. 190(5): 707-723

Sztepanacz, J.L., McGuigan, K., and Blows, M. W. (2017). Selection on heritable micro-environmental variance in an outbred population of Drosophila serrata. Genetics. 206: 2158-2198

Sztepanacz, J.L. and Blows, M. W. (2017). Accounting for sampling error in genetic eigenvalues using random matrix theory. Genetics. 206: 1271-1284

Dettman, J.R., Sztepanacz, J.L. and Kassen, R. (2016). The properties of spontaneous mutations in the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. BMC Genomics. 17:27

Sztepanacz, J.L., and Blows, M. W. (2015). Dominance genetic variance for traits under directional selection in Drosophila serrata. Genetics. 200: 371-384 

Dyer K. A., White, B. E., Sztepanacz J.L, Bewick, E. R., and Rundle, H. D. (2014). Reproductive character displacement of epicuticular compounds and their contribution to mate choice in Drosophila subquinaria and Drosophila recens. Evolution.68(4): 1163-1175

Curtis, S., Sztepanacz J.L, White, B. E., Dyer K. A., Rundle, H. D., and Mayer, P. (2013). Epicuticular compounds of Drosophila subquinaria and D. recens: Identification, quantification, and their role in female mate choice. Journal of Chemical Ecology.39(5): 579-590

Sztepanacz J.L., and Rundle, H.D. (2012). Reduced genetic variance among high fitness individuals: inferring stabilizing selection on male sexual displays in Drosophila serrata. Evolution. 66(10): 3101-3110