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  • Variation in reproductive success across captive populations : methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities 

    Griffith, Simon C.; Crino, Ondi L.; Andrew, Samuel C.; Nomano, Fumiaki Y.; Adkins-Regan, Elizabeth; Alonso-Alvarez, Carlos; Bailey, Ida E.; Bittner, Stephanie S.; Bolton, Peri E.; Boner, Winnie; Boogert, Neeltje; Boucaud, Ingrid C. A.; Briga, Michael; Buchanan, Katherine L.; Caspers, Barbara A.; Cichoń, Mariusz; Clayton, David F.; Derégnaucourt, Sebastien; Forstmeier, Wolfgang; Guillette, Lauren M.; Hartley, Ian R.; Healy, Susan D.; Hill, Davina L.; Holveck, Marie-Jeanne; Hurley, Laura L.; Ihle, Malika; Krause, E. Tobias; Mainwaring, Mark C.; Marasco, Valeria; Mariette, Marlene M.; Martin-Wintle, Meghan S.; McCowan, Luke S. C.; McMahon, Maeve; Monaghan, Pat; Nager, Ruedi G.; Naguib, Marc; Nord, Andreas; Potvin, Dominique A.; Prior, Nora H.; Riebel, Katharina; Romero-Haro, Ana A.; Royle, Nick J.; Rutkowska, Joanna; Schuett, Wiebke; Swaddle, John P.; Tobler, Michael; Trompf, Larissa; Varian-Ramos, Claire W.; Vignal, Clémentine; Villain, Avelyne S.; Williams, Tony D. (2017-01) - Journal article
    Our understanding of fundamental organismal biology has been disproportionately influenced by studies of a relatively small number of ‘model’ species extensively studied in captivity. Laboratory populations of model species ...
  • Wild at heart? : differential maternal investment in wild and domesticated zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) 

    Pariser, Emma C (University of St Andrews, 2010-01) - Thesis
    Over the past twenty years there has been an exponential increase in the investigation of maternal effects. Understanding the adaptive function of maternal allocation strategies is integral to interpreting the evolutionary ...