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Paternal age negatively affects sperm production of the progeny
Ecology Letters . 24 ( 4 ) : 719-727
Post-copulatory sexual selection allows females to alleviate the fitness costs incurred when mating with senescing males.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences . 286 ( 1913 ) : 20191675
Sperm competition accentuates selection on ejaculate attributes.
Biology Letters . 15 ( 3 ) : 20180889
Elevated basal corticosterone levels increase disappearance risk of light but not heavy individuals in a long-term monitored rodent population
Hormones and Behavior . 113 : 95-102
No evidence for prezygotic postcopulatory avoidance of kin despite high inbreeding depression.
Molecular Ecology . 27 ( 24 ) : 5252-5262
The neoteny-helper hypothesis: when to expect and when not to expect endocrine mechanisms to regulate allo-parental care?
Physiology and Behavior . 193 ( Pt A ) : 127-134
Dietary Supplementation with n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Reduces Torpor Use in a Tropical Daily Heterotherm
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology . 89 ( 6 ) : 536-545
Food shortage can drive body temperature regulation in wild heterothermic vertebrates
Temperature . 2 ( 1 ) : 29-30
When to initiate torpor use? Food availability times the transition to winter phenotype in a tropical heterotherm
Oecologia . 179 ( 1 ) : 43-53
Field evidence for a proximate role of food shortage in the regulation of hibernation and daily torpor: a review
Journal of Comparative Physiology B . 184 ( 6 ) : 683-697
Shallow hypothermia depends on the level of fatty acid unsaturation in adipose and liver tissues in a tropical heterothermic primate
Journal of Thermal Biology . 43 : 81 - 88
Individual flexibility in energy saving: body size and condition constrain torpor use
Functional Ecology . 27 ( 3 ) : 793-799
Geographic variations of life history traits and potential trade-offs in different populations of the parasitoid Leptopilina heterotoma
The Science of Nature Naturwissenschaften . 99 ( 11 ) : 903-912