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Evolutionary Ecologist Matthew Gage Dies at 55
The University of East Anglia researcher was best known for his contributions to the study of sexual selection, particularly post-copulatory sperm competition.
ABOVE: University of East Anglia
Evolutionary Ecologist Matthew Gage Dies at 55
Evolutionary Ecologist Matthew Gage Dies at 55

The University of East Anglia researcher was best known for his contributions to the study of sexual selection, particularly post-copulatory sperm competition.

The University of East Anglia researcher was best known for his contributions to the study of sexual selection, particularly post-copulatory sperm competition.

ABOVE: University of East Anglia

cryptic female choice

Women’s Cervical Mucus Prefers Some Sperm Over Others 
Abby Olena | Aug 18, 2020
In human male-female pairs with a less similar suite of genes for human leukocyte antigens, sperm fare better when exposed to cervical mucus.
The Hidden Side of Sex
Patricia L.R. Brennan | Jul 1, 2014
Sexual selection doesn’t end when females choose a mate. Females and males of many animal species employ an array of tactics to stack the deck in their reproductive favor.