Lukáš Kubička
Lukáš Kubička
Department of Ecology, Faculty of Science, Charles University
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Cell size but not genome size affects scaling of metabolic rate in eyelid geckos
Z Starostová, L Kubička, M Konarzewski, J Kozłowski, L Kratochvíl
The American Naturalist 174 (3), E100-E105, 2009
Why reduce clutch size to one or two eggs? Reproductive allometries reveal different evolutionary causes of invariant clutch size in lizards
L Kratochvíl, L Kubička
Functional Ecology, 171-177, 2007
First grow, then breed and finally get fat: Hierarchical allocation to life‐history traits in a lizard with invariant clutch size
L Kubička, L Kratochvíl
Functional ecology 23 (3), 595-601, 2009
Macroevolutionary pattern of sexual size dimorphism in geckos corresponds to intraspecific temperature‐induced variation
Z Starostová, L Kubička, L Kratochvíl
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (4), 670-677, 2010
Neither male gonadal androgens nor female reproductive costs drive development of sexual size dimorphism in lizards
Z Starostová, L Kubička, A Golinski, L Kratochvíl
Journal of experimental biology 216 (10), 1872-1880, 2013
Elevated testosterone is required for male copulatory behavior and aggression in Madagascar ground gecko (Paroedura picta)
A Golinski, L Kubička, H John-Alder, L Kratochvíl
General and comparative endocrinology 205, 133-141, 2014
Does the mechanism of sex determination constrain the potential for sex manipulation? A test in geckos with contrasting sex-determining systems
L Kratochvíl, L Kubička, E Landová
Naturwissenschaften 95 (3), 209-215, 2008
Ontogeny of pronounced female-biased sexual size dimorphism in the Malaysian cat gecko (Aeluroscalabotes felinus: Squamata: Eublepharidae): a test of the role of testosterone …
L Kubička, A Golinski, H John-Alder, L Kratochvíl
General and comparative endocrinology 188, 183-188, 2013
Yolk hormone levels in the synchronously developing eggs of Paroedura picta, a gecko with genetic sex determination
L Kratochvíl, L Kubička, E Landová
Canadian journal of zoology 84 (11), 1683-1687, 2006
Thermal dependence of reproductive allocation in a tropical lizard
Z Starostova, MJ Angilletta Jr, L Kubička, L Kratochvíl
Journal of Thermal Biology 37 (3), 159-163, 2012
Ovarian control of growth and sexual size dimorphism in a male-larger gecko
L Kubička, T Schořálková, J Červenka, L Kratochvíl
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (5), 787-795, 2017
Not all cells are equal: effects of temperature and sex on the size of different cell types in the Madagascar ground gecko Paroedura picta
M Czarnoleski, AM Labecka, Z Starostová, A Sikorska, ...
Biology open 6 (8), 1149-1154, 2017
Temperature-dependent rate of clutch production in a tropical lizard (Paroedura picta: Gekkonidae): intraspecific test of the metabolic theory of ecology
L Kubička, Z Starostova, L Kratochvíl
Journal of Thermal Biology 37 (3), 179-184, 2012
Endogenous control of sexual size dimorphism: Gonadal androgens have neither direct nor indirect effect on male growth in a Madagascar ground gecko (Paroedura picta)
L Kubička, Z Starostová, L Kratochvíl
General and comparative endocrinology 224, 273-277, 2015
Androgenic control of male-typical behavior, morphology and sex recognition is independent of the mode of sex determination: A case study on Lichtenfelder's gecko …
A Golinski, L Kubička, H John-Alder, L Kratochvíl
Hormones and behavior 72, 49-59, 2015
Temporal organization: A novel mechanism of hormonal control of male-typical sexual behavior in vertebrates
T Schořálková, L Kratochvíl, L Kubička
Physiology & behavior 170, 151-156, 2017
Overlap of Female Reproductive Cycles Explains Shortened Interclutch Interval in a Lizard with Invariant Clutch Size (Squamata: Gekkonidae: Paroedura picta)
H Weiser, Z Starostová, L Kubička, L Kratochvíl
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85 (5), 491-498, 2012
To fight or mate? Hormonal control of sex recognition, male sexual behavior and aggression in the gecko lizard
T Schořálková, L Kratochvíl, L Kubička
Hormones and behavior 97, 18-24, 2018
Evolution of Sex Determination in Amniotes: Did Stress and Sequential Hermaphroditism Produce Environmental Determination?
B Straková, M Rovatsos, L Kubička, L Kratochvíl
BioEssays 42 (10), 2000050, 2020
Variability in vertebral numbers does not contribute to sexual size dimorphism, interspecific variability, or phenotypic plasticity in body size in geckos (Squamata: Gekkota …
L Kratochvíl, L Kubička, M Vohralík, Z Starostová
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative …, 2018
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