Agnieszka Kloch

Agnieszka Kloch

Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw Academia,
Magazine of the Polish Academy of Sciences


Dr. Agnieszka Kloch studies the mechanisms of evolution. Having previously focused on the effects of genetic variability in the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) on parasitic infections and mate selection in wild rodents, she is currently working on the evolution of other immunity-related genes.

Females of most species cannot rely on their mates to help raise their young, so they strive to at least get the best possible genes for their offspring. But how do males communicate that they are good father material?


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