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Silvia Cattelan
Silvia Cattelan
PostDoc, Leibniz Institute on Aging, Jena
Verified email at leibniz-fli.de
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Is the mirror test a valid measure of fish sociability?
S Cattelan, T Lucon-Xiccato, A Pilastro, M Griggio
Animal behaviour 127, 109-116, 2017
382017
The effect of sperm production and mate availability on patterns of alternative mating tactics in the guppy
S Cattelan, JP Evans, A Pilastro, C Gasparini
Animal behaviour 112, 105-110, 2016
282016
Stabilizing selection on sperm number revealed by artificial selection and experimental evolution
S Cattelan, A Di Nisio, A Pilastro
Evolution 72 (3), 698-706, 2018
132018
Sperm priming response to perceived mating opportunities is reduced in male guppies with high baseline sperm production
S Cattelan, A Pilastro
Current Zoology 64 (2), 205-211, 2018
112018
Within-shoal phenotypic homogeneity affects shoaling preference in a killifish
S Cattelan, M Griggio
Biology letters 14 (8), 20180293, 2018
102018
Dietary stress increases the total opportunity for sexual selection and modifies selection on condition‐dependent traits
S Cattelan, JP Evans, F Garcia‐Gonzalez, E Morbiato, A Pilastro
Ecology Letters 23 (3), 447-456, 2020
92020
Maternal predator‐exposure affects offspring size at birth but not telomere length in a live‐bearing fish
S Monteforte*, S Cattelan*, C Morosinotto, A Pilastro, A Grapputo
Ecology and Evolution 10 (4), 2030-2039, 2020
82020
Familiarity mediates equitable social associations in guppies
S Cattelan, T Lucon-Xiccato, A Pilastro, M Griggio
Behavioral Ecology 30 (1), 249-255, 2019
72019
Maternal predation risk increases offspring’s exploration but does not affect schooling behavior
S Cattelan, J Herbert-Read, P Panizzon, A Devigili, M Griggio, A Pilastro, ...
Behavioral Ecology 31 (5), 1207-1217, 2020
62020
Imminent risk of predation reduces the relative strength of postcopulatory sexual selection in the guppy
A Glavaschi, S Cattelan, A Grapputo, A Pilastro
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1813), 20200076, 2020
42020
Trade-offs of strategic sperm adjustments and their consequences under phenotype–environment mismatches in guppies
M Magris, I Zanata, S Rizzi, S Cattelan, A Pilastro
Animal Behaviour 166, 171-181, 2020
42020
Within-shoal phenotypic homogeneity overrides familiarity in a social fish
S Cattelan, M Griggio
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74 (4), 1-8, 2020
42020
What do orange spots reveal about male (and female) guppies? A test using correlated responses to selection
M Herdegen‐Radwan, S Cattelan, J Buda, J Raubic, J Radwan
Evolution 75 (12), 3037-3055, 2021
22021
Male sperm storage impairs sperm quality in the zebrafish
S Cattelan, C Gasparini
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-8, 2021
22021
Molecular insights into post‐mating immune response in a fish with internal fertilization
M Pauletto, S Cattelan, A Pilastro, M Babbucci, L Bargelloni, C Gasparini
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (6), 751-761, 2020
12020
Differential gene regulation in selected lines for high and low sperm production in male guppies
S Cattelan, M Vidotto, A Devigili, A Pilastro, A Grapputo
Molecular Reproduction and Development, 2020
12020
Immediate predation risk alters the relationship between potential and realised selection on male traits in the Trinidad guppy Poecilia reticulata
A Glavaschi, S Cattelan, A Devigili, A Pilastro
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
Sperm Accumulation Induced by the Female Reproductive Fluid: Putative Evidence of Chemoattraction Using a New Tool
A Devigili, S Cattelan, C Gasparini
Cells 10 (9), 2472, 2021
2021
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