Timing as a sexually selected trait : the right mate at the right moment

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Dominoni, Davide
Casagrande, Stefania
Buck, C. Loren
Wagner, Gabriela
Hazlerigg, David
Greives, Timothy
Hut, Roelof A.
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Sexual selection favours the expression of traits in one sex that attract members of the opposite sex for mating. The nature of sexually selected traits such as vocalization, colour and ornamentation, their fitness benefits as well as their costs have received ample attention in field and laboratory studies. However, sexually selected traits may not always be expressed: coloration and ornaments often follow a seasonal pattern and behaviours may be displayed only at specific times of the day. Despite the widely recognized differences in the daily and seasonal timing of traits and their consequences for reproductive success, the actions of sexual selection on the temporal organization of traits has received only scant attention. Drawing on selected examples from bird and mammal studies, here we summarize the current evidence for the daily and seasonal timing of traits. We highlight that molecular advances in chronobiology have opened exciting new opportunities for identifying the genetic targets that sexual selection may act on to shape the timing of trait expression. Furthermore, known genetic links between daily and seasonal timing mechanisms lead to the hypothesis that selection on one timescale may simultaneously also affect the other. We emphasize that studies on the timing of sexual displays of both males and females from wild populations will be invaluable for understanding the nature of sexual selection and its potential to act on differences within and between the sexes in timing. Molecular approaches will be important for pinpointing genetic components of biological rhythms that are targeted by sexual selection, and to clarify whether these represent core or peripheral components of endogenous clocks. Finally, we call for a renewed integration of the fields of evolution, behavioural ecology and chronobiology to tackle the exciting question of how sexual selection contributes to the evolution of biological clocks.
This article is part of the themed issue 'Wild clocks: integrating chronobiology and ecology to understand timekeeping in free-living animals'.

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ISO 690HAU, Michaela, Davide DOMINONI, Stefania CASAGRANDE, C. Loren BUCK, Gabriela WAGNER, David HAZLERIGG, Timothy GREIVES, Roelof A. HUT, 2017. Timing as a sexually selected trait : the right mate at the right moment. In: Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London / B, Biological sciences. 2017, 372(1734), 20160249. ISSN 0962-8436. eISSN 1471-2970. Available under: doi: 10.1098/rstb.2016.0249
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  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London / B, Biological sciences},
  author={Hau, Michaela and Dominoni, Davide and Casagrande, Stefania and Buck, C. Loren and Wagner, Gabriela and Hazlerigg, David and Greives, Timothy and Hut, Roelof A.},
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