University of St Andrews
 
 

Prof Mike Ritchie
Professor

Dyers Brae
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
Fife
KY16 9TH
UK

Evolutionary Biology and Speciation

 

His research interests concerns the evolutionary genetics of behaviours which influence sexual isolation in insect species, and other approaches to the study of speciation. Research projects involve analyses of the inheritance and geographic variation of courtship signals and preferences of Drosophila and crickets. Also, quantitative trait loci analysis of interspecific differences in song and pheromones of Drosophila, and phylogeographic analysis of insects and fish.

 

Publications

Parker, DJ, Vesala, L , Ritchie, MG , Laiho, A, Hoikkala, A & Kankare, M 2015, ' How consistent are the transcriptome changes associated with cold acclimation in two species of the Drosophila virilis group? ' Heredity , vol 115, no. 1, pp. 13-21.
Hoskins, J , Ritchie, MG & Bailey, NW 2015, ' A test of genetic models for the evolutionary maintenance of same-sex sexual behaviour ' Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences , vol 282, 20150429.
Tyukmaeva, V , Veltsos, P , Slate, J, Gregson, E, Kauranen, H, Kankare, M , Ritchie, MG , Butlin, R & Hoikkala, A 2015, ' Localization of quantitative trait loci for diapause and other photoperiodically regulated life history traits important in adaptation to seasonally varying environments ' Molecular Ecology , vol 24, no. 11, pp. 2809-2819.
Vigoder, FM, Souza, NA, Brazil, RP, Bruno, RV, Costa, PL , Ritchie, MG , Klaczko, LB & Peixoto, AA 2015, ' Phenotypic differentiation in love song traits among sibling species of the Lutzomyia longipalpis complex in Brazil ' Parasites and Vectors , vol 8.
Lohse, K, Clarke, M , Ritchie, MG & Etges, WJ 2015, ' Genome-wide tests for introgression between cactophilic Drosophila implicate a role of inversions during speciation ' Evolution , vol 69, no. 5, pp. 1178-1190.
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