Research

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Grant, V. J.(1998) Maternal Personality, Evolution and the Sex Ratio: Do Mothers Control the Sex of the Infant?, Routledge, London.

Grant, V. J. (2003) The maternal dominance hypothesis: questioning Trivers and Willard. Evolutionary Psychology 1:96-107.

Grant, V. J. (2006) Sex predetermination and the ethics of sex selection. Human Reproduction.

Grant, V. J. and Irwin R. J. (2005) Follicular fluid steroid levels and subsequent sex of bovine embryos. Journal of Experimental Zoology 303A, 1120-1125.

Grant, V. J., Irwin, R. J., Standley, N. T., Shelling, A. N., Chamley, L. W., (2008). Sex of bovine embryos may be related to mothers' preovulatory follicular testosterone. Biol. Reprod.

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Sheldon, B. C., West, S. A., (2004). Maternal dominance, maternal condition, and offspring sex ratio in ungulate mammals. Am. Nat. 163, 40-54.