Prof Andrew Pomiankowski

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Name: Andrew Pomiankowski Email: a.pomiankowski@ucl.ac.uk
Title: Prof Tel: 020 7679 7697
Department: Genetics, Evolution & Environment Fax: 020 7679 7193
Position: Professor of Genetics Address: Darwin Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Research Domain: Basic Life Sciences, Genetics (Frontier Disciplines), Personalised Medicine Web Page: Personal Web Page

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Research Description

My research addresses questions around the origin of sexual reproduction and its consequences for eukaryotic evolution.

I use theoretical and experimental approaches to study the evolution of female mate preferences for exaggerated male sexual traits used in courtship display. The work is motivated by theory on the handicap principle (female choice of mates with higher phenotypic or genotypic quality) and Fisher’s runaway process (female choice for attractive mates). These ideas are being tested with stalk-eyed flies, and this experimental work is in turn inspiring new theory about the signaling value of sexual traits, sperm competition and fertility, male choice of mating partners, female preference and meiotic drive.

Another branch of work is mainly theoretical and considers how sexual reproduction has arisen and influenced eukaryote evolution. There are many different elements to this work including investigating sex determination and the evolution of gene networks, dosage compensation and sexually antagonistic alleles, genomic imprinting of sex chromosomes, mate choice in micro organisms, the contribution of intra-genomic conflicts, the evolution of binary mating types and true sexes, as well as the evolution of the germ line and early membranes.



Research Activities

Development and evolution of novel traits including vertebrate myelin and diopsid eyestalks

Evolution of quantitative traits in stalk-eyed flies and fruitflies

The EPSRC Cross-Disciplinary Landscape Awards for UCL & Oxford

Education Description

UCL Collaborators

Prof William Richardson; Prof Peter Coveney; Prof Alan Johnston; Prof Kevin Fowler

External Collaborators

Publications

    2014

    • Tazzyman SJ, Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (2014). THE HANDICAP PROCESS FAVOURS EXAGGERATED, RATHER THAN REDUCED, SEXUAL ORNAMENTS.. Evolution, , - . doi:10.1111/evo.12450
    • Cotton AJ, Földvári M, Cotton S, Pomiankowski A (2014). Male eyespan size is associated with meiotic drive in wild stalk-eyed flies (Teleopsis dalmanni).. Heredity (Edinb), , - . doi:10.1038/hdy.2013.131

    2013

    • Tazzyman SJ, Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (2013). SIGNALING EFFICACY DRIVES THE EVOLUTION OF LARGER SEXUAL ORNAMENTS BY SEXUAL SELECTION.. Evolution, , - . doi:10.1111/evo.12255
    • Howie J, Pomiankowski A, Cotton AJ (2013). Evolution: sex or survival.. Curr Biol, 23(23), R1041 - R1043. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2013.10.032
    • Hadjivasiliou Z, Lane N, Seymour R, Pomiankowski A (2013). Dynamics of mitochondrial inheritance in the evolution of binary mating types and two sexes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences, 280(1769), 1 - 8. doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.1920

    2012

    • Stewart AJ, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A, Reuter M (2012). Under-dominance constrains the evolution of negative autoregulation in diploids. PLoS Comput Biol, 2013, 9 - . doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002992
    • Stewart AJ, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A, Plotkin JB (2012). The population genetics of cooperative gene regulation.. BMC Evol Biol, 12, 173 - . doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-173
    • Tazzyman SJ, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A, Greig D (2012). Mate choice among yeast gametes can purge deleterious mutations.. J Evol Biol, 25(8), 1463 - 1471. doi:10.1111/j.1420-9101.2012.02539.x
    • Hadjivasiliou Z, Pomiankowski A, Seymour RM, Lane N (2012). Selection for mitonuclear co-adaptation could favour the evolution of two sexes.. Proc Biol Sci, 279(1734), 1865 - 1872. doi:10.1098/rspb.2011.1871
    • Mullon C, Pomiankowski A, Reuter M (2012). The effects of selection and genetic drift on the genomic distribution of sexually antagonistic alleles.. Evolution, 66(12), 3743 - 3753. doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01728.x
    • Mullon C, Pomiankowski A, Reuter M (2012). Molecular evolution of Drosophila Sex-lethal and related sex determining genes.. BMC Evol Biol, 12, 5 - . doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-5
    • Tazzyman SJ, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A (2012). Fixed and dilutable benefits: female choice for good genes or fertility.. Proc Biol Sci, 279(1727), 334 - 340. doi:10.1098/rspb.2011.0633

    2011

    • Bellamy L, Pomiankowski A (2011). Animal behaviour: Why promiscuity pays.. Nature, 479(7372), 184 - 186. doi:10.1038/479184a

    2010

    • MacCarthy T, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A (2010). Differential regulation drives plasticity in sex determination gene networks.. BMC Evol Biol, 10, 388 - . doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-388
    • Buckley J, Bridle JR, Pomiankowski A (2010). Novel variation associated with species range expansion.. BMC Evol Biol, 10, 382 - . doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-382
    • Cotton S, Small J, Hashim R, Pomiankowski A (2010). Eyespan reflects reproductive quality in wild stalk-eyed flies. EVOL ECOL, 24(1), 83 - 95. doi:10.1007/s10682-009-9292-6

    2009

    • Small J, Cotton S, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2009). Male eyespan and resource ownership affect contest outcome in the stalk-eyed fly, Teleopsis dalmanni.. Animal Behaviour, 78, 1213 - 1220.
    • Stewart AJ, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A (2009). Degree dependence in rates of transcription factor evolution explains the unusual structure of transcription networks.. Proc Biol Sci, 276(1666), 2493 - 2501. doi:10.1098/rspb.2009.0210
    • Tazzyman S, Pizzari T, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A (2009). The evolution of continuous variation in ejaculate expenditure strategy.. The American Naturalist, 174(3), - . doi:10.1086/603612

    2008

    • Rogers DW, Denniff M, Chapman T, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2008). Male sexual ornament size is positively associated with reproductive morphology and enhanced fertility in the stalk-eyed flyTeleopsis dalmanni.. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8, 236 - .
    • Pagel MD, Pomiankowski A (2008). Evolutionary genomics and proteomics.

    2007

    • Cotton S, Pomiankowski A (2007). Sexual selection: does condition dependence fail to resolve the 'lek paradox'?. Curr Biol, 17(9), R335 - R337. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2007.03.004
    • Foldvari M, Pomiankowski A, Cotton S, Carr M (2007). A morphological and molecular description of a new Teleopsis species (Diptera : Diopsidae) from Thailand. ZOOTAXA, (1620), 37 - 51.
    • Cotton S, Pomiankowski A (2007). Evolutionary genetics: sexually selected mutation rates.. Heredity (Edinb), 98(4), 185 - 186. doi:10.1038/sj.hdy.6800943

    2006

    • Cotton S, Rogers DW, Small J, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2006). Variation in preference for a male ornament is positively associated with female eyespan in the stalk-eyed fly Diasemopsis meigenii.. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 273, 1287 - 1292. doi:10.1098/rspb.2005.3449
    • Engelstadter J, Charlat S, Pomiankowski A, Hurst GDD (2006). The evolution of cytoplasmic incompatibility types: Integrating segregation inbreeding and outbreeding. GENETICS, 172(4), 2601 - 2611. doi:10.1534/genetics.105.050102
    • Cotton S, Small J, Pomiankowski A (2006). Sexual selection and condition-dependent mate preferences. Current Biology, 16(17), R755 - R765. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2006.08.022
    • Rogers DW, Grant CA, Chapman T, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2006). The influence of male and female eyespan on fertility in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Animal Behaviour, 72, 1363 - 1369.
    • Carr M, Cotton S, Rogers D, W P, A S, H F, K (2006). Assigning sex to pre-adult stalk-eyed flies using genital disc morphology and X chromosome zygosity. BMC Developmental Biology, 6, 29 - .
    • Corley L, Cotton S, McConnell E, Chapman T, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2006). Highly variable sperm precedence in the stalk-eyed fly,Teleopsis dalmanni.. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 6, 53 - .
    • Engelstädter J, Charlat S, Pomiankowski A, Hurst GDD (2006). The evolution of cytoplasmic incompatibility types: integrating segregation, inbreeding and outbreeding.. Genetics, 172, 2601 - 2611.
    • Seymour R, Pomiankowski A (2006). ESS gene expression of X-linked imprinted genes subject to sexual selection. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 241, 81 - 93. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2005.11.008

    2005

    • Cotton S, Rogers D, Pomiankowski A (2005). Sexual selection: singing the praises of long-term fitness measures. Current Biology, 15, R1 - R2.
    • Chapman T, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2005). Stalk-eyed flies – a quick guide.. Current Biology, 15, R533 - R535.
    • Pomiankowski A, Denniff M, Fowler K, Chapman T (2005). The costs and benefits of high early mating rates in male stalk-eyed flies, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Journal of Insect Physiology, 51, 1165 - 1171.
    • Chapman T, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2005). Stalk-eyed flies.. Curr Biol, 15(14), R533 - R535. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2005.07.015
    • Cotton S, Rogers DW, Pomiankowski A (2005). Sexual selection: the importance of long-term fitness measures.. Curr Biol, 15(9), R334 - R336. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2005.04.023
    • Carr M, Hurley I, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A, Smith HK (2005). Expression of defective proventriculus during head capsule development is conserved in Drosophila and stalk-eyed flies.. Development, Genes and Evolution, 215(8), 402 - 409. doi:10.1007/s00427-005-0488-7
    • MacCarthy T, Pomiankowski A, Seymour R (2005). Using large-scale perturbations in gene network reconstruction. BMC Bioinformatics, 6(art.11), - . doi:10.1186/1471-2105-6-11
    • Cotton S, Pomiankowski A (2005). Do insect sexual ornaments demonstrate heightened condition-dependence?. In Fellowes MDE, Holloway GJ, Rolff J (Ed.), Insect Evolutionary Ecology (pp. 31 - 48). : CABI Press.
    • Carr M, Hurley I, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A, Smith H (2005). Expression of defective proventriculus during head capsule development is conserved in Drosophila and stalk-eyed flies. Development, Genes and Evolution, 215, 402 - 409.
    • Rogers DW, Chapman T, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2005). Mating-induced reduction in accessory reproductive organ size in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 5(37), - .
    • Grant CA, Chapman T, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2005). No detectable genetic correlation between male and female mating frequency in the stalk-eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Heredity, 95, 444 - 448.
    • Gustafsson K, Durrbach A, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A (2005). The role of ABO histo-blood group antigens in viral infections. Trends in Glycoscience and Glycotechnology, 17(98), 285 - 294.
    • Rogers DW, Baker RH, Chapman T, Denniff M, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2005). Direct and correlated responses to artificial selection on male mating frequency in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 18, 642 - 650.

    2004

    • Kraaijeveld K, Pomiankowski A (2004). Evolution: love thy neighbour.. Curr Biol, 14(11), R419 - R421. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2004.05.033
    • Pomiankowski A, Bridle J (2004). Evolutionary genetics: No sex please we’re at QLE (Quasi-Linkage Equilibrium). Heredity, 93(5), 407 - 407. doi:10.1038/sj.hdy.6800573
    • Kraaijeveld K, Pomiankowski A (2004). Love thy neighbour. Current Biology, 14, R419 - R421.
    • Reguera P, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K, Chapman T (2004). Low cost of reproduction in female stalk-eyed flies, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Journal of Insect Physiology, 50, 103 - 108.
    • Cotton S, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2004). Heightened condition dependence is not a general feature of male eyespan in stalk-eyed flies (Diptera : Diopsidae). J EVOLUTION BIOL, 17(6), 1310 - 1316. doi:10.1111/j.1420.9101.2004.00754.x
    • Reguera P, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K, Chapman T (2004). Low cost of reproduction in female stalk-eyed flies, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni. J INSECT PHYSIOL, 50(1), 103 - 108. doi:10.1016/jinsphys.2003.10.004
    • Seymour R, Allan MJ, Pomiankowski A, Gustafsson K (2004). Evolution of the human ABO polymorphism by two complementary selective pressures. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 271(1543), 1065 - 1072. doi:10.1098/rspb.2004.2674
    • Cotton S, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2004). Condition dependence of sexual ornament size and variation in the stalk-eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni (Diptera: Diopsidae).. Evolution, 58(5), 1038 - 1046.
    • Cotton S, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2004). Condition-dependence of sexual ornament size and variation in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Evolution, 58, 1038 - 1046. doi:10.1554/03-514
    • Pomiankowski A, Nöthiger R, Wilkins A (2004). Evolution of the Drosophila sex determination pathway. Genetics, 166, 1761 - 1773. doi:10.1534/genetics.166.4.1761
    • Cotton S, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2004). Do sexual ornaments demonstrate heightened condition-dependent expression as predicted by the handicap hypothesis?. Proceedings Royal Society London Series B, 271, 771 - 783.
    • Cotton S, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2004). Heightened condition-dependence is not a general feature of male eyespan in stalk-eyed flies (Diptera: Diopsidae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 17, 1310 - 1316. doi:10.1111/j.1420-9101.2004.00754.x

    2003

    • MacCarthy T, Seymour R, Pomiankowski A (2003). The evolutionary potential of the Drosophila sex determination network. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 225(4), 461 - 468. doi:10.1016/S0022-5193(03)00282-0
    • Baker R, Denniff M, Futerman P, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A, Chapman T (2003). Accessory gland size influences time to sexual maturity and mating frequency in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Behavioral Ecology, 14, 607 - 611.
    • Russell M, Pomiankowski A, Turner G, Rainey P, Smith JM (2003). Evolution - Five big questions. NEW SCI, 178(2399), 33 - 39.
    • Rogers DW, Carr M, Pomiankowski A (2003). Male genes: X-pelled or X-cluded?. Bioessays, 25(8), 739 - 741. doi:10.1002/bies.10323

    2002

    • Pomiankowski A (2002). Dosage compensation. In Pagel M (Ed.), The Oxford encyclopedia of evolution (pp. 290 - ). : Oxford University Press.
    • Hurley I, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K, Smith H (2002). Fate map of the eye-antennal imaginal disc in the stalk eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Development, Genes and Evolution, 212, 38 - 42.
    • Hurst GDD, Jiggins CD, Pomiankowski A (2002). Which way to manipulate host reproduction? Wolbachia that cause cytoplasmic incompatibility are easily invaded by sex ratio distorting mutants. The American Naturalist, 160, 360 - 373.
    • Pomiankowski A (2002). Genomic imprinting. In Pagel M (Ed.), The Oxford encyclopedia of evolution (pp. 423 - 428). : Oxford University Press.
    • Pomiankowski A (2002). Plasmids. In Pagel M (Ed.), The Oxford encyclopedia of evolution (pp. 918 - 920). : Oxford University Press.
    • Pomiankowski A (2002). Fluctuating asymmetry. In Pagel M (Ed.), The Oxford encyclopedia of evolution (pp. 362 - 365). : Oxford University Press.

    2001

    • Hurley I, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A, Smith HK (2001). Conservation of the expression of D11, en and wg in the eye-antennal imaginal disc of stalk-eyed flies. Evolution and Development, 3, 408 - 414. doi:10.1046/j.1525-142X.2001.01045.x
    • Pomiankowski A, Reguera P (2001). The point of love (vol 16, pg 533, 2001). TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 16(11), 658 - 658.
    • Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (2001). The evolution of X-linked genomic imprinting. Genetics, 158, 1801 - 1809.
    • Baker R, Ashwell R, Richards T, Fowler K, Chapman T, Pomiankowski A (2001). Effects of multiple mating and male eyespan on female reproductive output in the stalk-eyed fly, Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Behavioural Ecology, 12, 732 - 739.
    • Hingle A, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2001). The effect of transient food stress on female mate preference in the stalk-eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 268, 1239 - 1244.
    • Pomiankowski A, Iwasa Y (2001). How does mate choice contribute to exaggeration and diversity in sexual characters?. In Noe R, van Hooff J, Hammerstein P (Ed.), Economics in Nature: The Evolutionary Biology of Economic Behaviour (pp. 203 - 219). : Cambridge University Press.
    • Hingle A, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2001). Size-dependent mate preference in the stalk-eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni.. Animal Behaviour, 61, 589 - 595.
    • Bjorksten T, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2001). Temperature during development fails to increase the fluctuating asymmetry of a sexual trait in stalk-eyed flies.. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 268, 1503 - 1510.
    • Pomiankowski A, Reguera P (2001). The point of love. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 16, 533 - 534.

    2000

    • Bjorksten TA, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2000). Symmetry, size and stress - Reply from T. Bjorksten, K. Fowler and A. Pomiankowski. TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 15(8), 331 - 331.
    • Bjorksten TA, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2000). Reply from T. Bjorksten, K. Fowler and A. Pomiankowski.. Trends Ecol Evol, 15(8), 331 - .
    • Bjorksten TA, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2000). Symmetry, size and stress.. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15, 331 - .
    • David P, Bjorksten TA, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2000). Condition-dependent signalling of genetic variation in stalk-eyed flies. Nature, 406, 186 - 188.
    • Bjorksten T, David P, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (2000). Fluctuating asymmetry of sexual and non-sexual traits in stalk-eyed flies: a poor indicator of developmental stress and genetic quality. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 13, 89 - 97.
    • Hurst LD, Pomiankowski A, McVean GT (2000). Peg3 and the conflict hypothesis. Science, 287, 1167 - 1167.
    • Pomiankowski A (2000). Mutation, selection and the heritability of complex traits. In Wiley (Ed.), Novartis Foundation Symposium 233, The Nature of Intelligence (pp. 228 - 237). : .
    • Bjorksten T, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2000). "Reply to correspondence". Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15, 331 - 331.
    • Bjorksten T, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2000). What does sexual trait FA tell us about stress?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15(4), 163 - 166. doi:10.1016/S0169-5347(99)01788-7
    • Bjorksten TA, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (2000). What does sexual trait FA tell us about FA?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15, 163 - 166.

    1999

    • Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (1999). Sex specific X chromosome expression caused by genomic imprinting. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 197, 487 - 495.
    • David P, Hingle A, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (1999). Measurement bias and fluctuating asymmetry estimates. Animal Behaviour, 57, 251 - 253.
    • Pomiankowski A (1999). Intragenomic conflicts. In Keller L (Ed.), Levels of Selection in Evolution (pp. 121 - 152). : Princeton University Press.
    • Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (1999). Good parent and good gene models of handicap evolution. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 200, 97 - 109.
    • Robert M, Sorci G, Møller AP, Hochberg ME, Pomiankowski A, Pagel M (1999). Retaliatory cuckoos and the evolution of host resistance to brood parasites.. Anim Behav, 58(4), 817 - 824. doi:10.1006/anbe.1999.1205
    • Robert M, Sorci G, M ller AP, Hochberg ME, Pomiankowski A, Pagel M (1999). Retaliatory cuckoos and the evolution of host resistance to brood parasites: the association between great spotted cuckoos and European magpies. Animal Behaviour, 58, 817 - 824.
    • Pomiankowski A, Hurst LD (1999). Driving sexual preference.. Trends Ecol Evol, 14(11), 425 - 426.

    1998

    • Pomiankowski A (1998). The wonder of it all. Review of Unweaving the Rainbow by Richard Dawkins. , , - .
    • Pomiankowski A (1998). Genes in the family. Review of Baby Wars: Parenthood and Family Strife by Robin Baker and Elizabeth Oram. , , - .
    • Pomiankowski A, Iwasa Y (1998). Handicap signalling: loud and true?. Evolution, 52, 928 - 932.
    • David P, Hingle A, Greig D, Rutherford A, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (1998). Male sexual ornament size but not asymmetry reflects condition in stalk-eyed flies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 265, 2211 - 2216.
    • Pomiankowski A, Iwasa Y (1998). Runaway ornament diversity caused by Fisherian sexual selection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 95, 5106 - 5111.
    • Pagel M, Moller AP, Pomiankowski A (1998). Reduced parasitism by retaliatory cuckoos selects for hosts that rear cuckoo nestlings. Behavioral Ecology, 9, 566 - 572.
    • Hurst L, Pomiankowski A (1998). The eyes have it. Nature, 391, 223 - 224.

    1997

    • Pomiankowski A (1997). Genetic variation in fluctuating asymmetry - Comment. J EVOLUTION BIOL, 10(1), 51 - 55.
    • Pomiankowski A (1997). Genetic Variation in fluctuating asymmetry. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 10, 51 - 55.
    • Sheridan L, Pomiankowski A (1997). Fluctuating asymmetry, spot asymmetry and inbreeding depression in the sexual coloration of male guppy fish. Heredity, 79, 515 - 523.
    • Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (1997). Good parent and good gene models of handicap evolution. Evolution, , - .
    • Pomiankowski A (1997). Sexual selection: Rebels with a cause. CURR BIOL, 7(2), R92 - R93.
    • Pomiankowski A (1997). Rebels with a cause.. Curr Biol, 7(2), R92 - R93.
    • Sheridan L, Pomiankowski A (1997). Female choice for spot asymmetry in the Trinidadian guppy. Animal Behaviour, 54, 1523 - 1529.
    • Davies N, Pomiankowski A (1997). The 'special X' theory of Haldane's rule. Journal of Theoretical Biology, , - .
    • Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (1997). The evolution of X imprinting. Nature, , - .
    • Davies N, Aiello A, Mallet J, Pomiankowski A, Silberglied RE (1997). Speciation in two neotropical butterflies: extending Haldane's rule. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 264, 845 - 851.
    • Pomiankowski A (1997). Rebels with a cause. Current Biology, 7, 92 - 93.

    1995

    • POMIANKOWSKI A, IWASA Y (1995). WHAT CAUSES DIVERSITY IN MALE SEXUAL CHARACTERS. REV SUISSE ZOOL, 102(4), 883 - 893.
    • BAKKER TCM, POMIANKOWSKI A (1995). THE GENETIC-BASIS OF FEMALE MATE PREFERENCES. J EVOLUTION BIOL, 8(2), 129 - 171.
    • POMIANKOWSKI A, MOLLER AP (1995). A RESOLUTION OF THE LEK PARADOX. P ROY SOC LOND B BIO, 260(1357), 21 - 29.
    • DAVIES N, POMIANKOWSKI A (1995). HALDANES RULE - OLD THEORIES ARE THE BEST. TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 10(9), 350 - 351.
    • Iwasa Y, Pomiankowski A (1995). Continual change in mate preferences.. Nature, 377(6548), 420 - 422. doi:10.1038/377420a0

    1994

    • IWASA Y, POMIANKOWSKI A (1994). THE EVOLUTION OF MATE PREFERENCES FOR MULTIPLE SEXUAL ORNAMENTS. EVOLUTION, 48(3), 853 - 867.
    • POMIANKOWSKI A (1994). GAMES OF LIFE - EXPLORATIONS IN ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION AND BEHAVIOR - SIGMUND,K. NATURE, 370(6484), 29 - 29.
    • Pomiankowski A, Sheridan L (1994). Reply from a. Pomiankowski and L. Sheridan.. Trends Ecol Evol, 9(9), 343 - . doi:10.1016/0169-5347(94)90157-0
    • POMIANKOWSKI A, SHERIDAN L (1994). FEMALE CHOICE AND GENETIC CORRELATIONS - REPLY. TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 9(9), 343 - 343.
    • BROOKES M, POMIANKOWSKI A (1994). SYMMETRY AND SEXUAL SELECTION - REPLY. TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 9(11), 440 - 440.
    • Brookes M, Pomiankowski A (1994). Reply from m. Brookes and a. Pomiankowski.. Trends Ecol Evol, 9(11), 440 - . doi:10.1016/0169-5347(94)90129-5
    • BROOKES M, POMIANKOWSKI A (1994). SYMMETRY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER. TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 9(6), 201 - 202.
    • Pomiankowski A (1994). Sexual selection. Swordplay and sensory bias.. Nature, 368(6471), 494 - 495. doi:10.1038/368494a0
    • POMIANKOWSKI A, SHERIDAN L (1994). LINKED SEXINESS AND CHOOSINESS. TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 9(7), 242 - 244.

    1993

    • MOLLER AP, POMIANKOWSKI A (1993). FLUCTUATING ASYMMETRY AND SEXUAL SELECTION. GENETICA, 89(1-3), 267 - 279.
    • Pomiankowski A, Hurst LD (1993). Evolutionary genetics. Siberian mice upset Mendel.. Nature, 363(6428), 396 - 397. doi:10.1038/363396a0
    • POMIANKOWSKI A, HURST LD (1993). GENOMIC CONFLICTS UNDERLYING HALDANE RULE. GENETICS, 133(2), 425 - 432.
    • MOLLER AP, POMIANKOWSKI A (1993). WHY HAVE BIRDS GOT MULTIPLE SEXUAL ORNAMENTS. BEHAV ECOL SOCIOBIOL, 32(3), 167 - 176.
    • Møller AP, Pomiankowski A (1993). Punctuated equilibria or gradual evolution: fluctuating asymmetry and variation in the rate of evolution.. J Theor Biol, 161(3), 359 - 367. doi:10.1006/jtbi.1993.1061
    • POMIANKOWSKI A, IWASA Y (1993). EVOLUTION OF MULTIPLE SEXUAL PREFERENCES BY FISHER RUNAWAY PROCESS OF SEXUAL SELECTION. P ROY SOC LOND B BIO, 253(1337), 173 - 181.
    • Sheridan L, Brookes M, Pomiankowski A (1993). Jamming for sex.. Curr Biol, 3(12), 896 - 897.

    1992

    • Pomiankowski A, Pagel M (1992). Sexual selection and MHC genes.. Nature, 356(6367), 293 - 294. doi:10.1038/356293b0
    • Sheridan L, Pomiankowski A (1992). Unfaithful and asymmetric sex.. Curr Biol, 2(9), 455 - 456.
    • Hurst LD, Pomiankowski A (1992). Speciation events.. Nature, 359(6398), 781 - . doi:10.1038/359781b0

    1991

    • POMIANKOWSKI A, IWASA Y, NEE S (1991). THE EVOLUTION OF COSTLY MATE PREFERENCES .1. FISHER AND BIASED MUTATION. EVOLUTION, 45(6), 1422 - 1430.
    • Hurst LD, Pomiankowski A (1991). Causes of sex ratio bias may account for unisexual sterility in hybrids: a new explanation of Haldane's rule and related phenomena.. Genetics, 128(4), 841 - 858.
    • IWASA Y, POMIANKOWSKI A (1991). THE EVOLUTION OF COSTLY MATE PREFERENCES .2. THE HANDICAP PRINCIPLE. EVOLUTION, 45(6), 1431 - 1442.
    • Hurst LD, Pomiankowski A (1991). Maintaining Mendelism: might prevention be better than cure?. Bioessays, 13(9), 489 - 490. doi:10.1002/bies.950130910

    1990

    • POMIANKOWSKI A (1990). BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY - HOW TO FIND THE TOP MALE. NATURE, 347(6294), 616 - 617.
    • POMIANKOWSKI A, GUILFORD T (1990). MATING CALLS. NATURE, 344(6266), 495 - 496.

    1989

    • POMIANKOWSKI A (1989). EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY - CHOOSING PARASITE-FREE MATES. NATURE, 338(6211), 115 - 116.
    • POMIANKOWSKI A (1989). MATING SUCCESS IN MALE PHEASANTS. NATURE, 337(6209), 696 - 696.

    1988

    • POMIANKOWSKI A, HARVEY PH (1988). EVOLUTIONARY SHIPS PASSING IN THE NIGHT. NATURE, 332(6165), 576 - 576.
    • Pomiankowski A (1988). The evolution of female mating preferences for male genetic quality. In Harvey PH, Partridge L (Ed.), Oxford surveys in evolutionary biology (pp. 136 - 184). : Oxford University Press, USA.

    1987

    • Pomiankowski A (1987). The costs of choice in sexual selection.. J Theor Biol, 128(2), 195 - 218.
    • POMIANKOWSKI A (1987). SEXUAL SELECTION - THE HANDICAP PRINCIPLE DOES WORK SOMETIMES. P ROY SOC LOND B BIO, 231(1262), 123 - 145.
    • POMIANKOWSKI A (1987). THE HANDICAP PRINCIPLE WORKS WITHOUT FISHER. TRENDS ECOL EVOL, 2(1), 2 - 3.

    1984

    • POMIANKOWSKI A (1984). CANCER INCIDENCE AT SELLAFIELD. NATURE, 311(5982), 100 - 100.

    • Smith C, Pomiankowski A, Greig D (). Size and competitive mating success in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.. Behav Ecol, 25(2), 320 - 327. doi:10.1093/beheco/art117
    • Tazzyman SJ, Pizzari T, Seymour RM, Pomiankowski A (). The evolution of continuous variation in ejaculate expenditure strategy. The American Naturalist, 174, E71 - E82. doi:10.1086/603612
    • Harley E, Birge LM, Small J, Tazzyman SJ, Pomiankowski A, Fowler K (). Ejaculate investment and attractiveness in the stalk-eyed fly,. Ecology and Evolution, 3(6), 1529 - 1538. doi:10.1002/ece3.544
    • Bellamy L, Chapman N, Fowler K, Pomiankowski A (). SEXUAL TRAITS ARE SENSITIVE TO GENETIC STRESS AND PREDICT EXTINCTION RISK IN THE STALK-EYED FLY,. Evolution, , n/a - n/a. doi:10.1111/evo.12135