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Host dispersal shapes the population structure of a tick‐borne bacterial pathogen
AC Norte, G Margos, NS Becker, J Albino Ramos, MS Núncio, V Fingerle, ...
Molecular Ecology 29 (3), 485-501, 2020
432020
Not one hormone or another: aggression differentially affects progesterone and testosterone in a South American ovenbird
NM Adreani, W Goymann, L Mentesana
Hormones and Behavior 105, 104-109, 2018
182018
Female variation in allocation of steroid hormones, antioxidants and fatty acids: a multilevel analysis in a wild passerine bird
L Mentesana, C Isaksson, W Goymann, MN Andersson, M Trappschuh, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 50 (1), 2019
172019
Quantifying glucocorticoid plasticity using reaction norm approaches: There still is so much to discover!
K Malkoc, L Mentesana, S Casagrande, M Hau
Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2021
72021
Acute aggressive behavior perturbates the oxidative status of a wild bird independently of testosterone and progesterone
L Mentesana, NM Adreani
Hormones and Behavior 128, 104913, 2021
6*2021
Defending as a unit: sex-and context-specific territorial defence in a duetting bird
L Mentesana, M Moiron, E Guedes, E Cavalli, B Tassino, NM Adreani
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74 (9), 1-11, 2020
52020
Asymmetric architecture is non-random and repeatable in a bird’s nests
NM Adreani, M Valcu, L Mentesana
Current Biology 32 (9), R412-R413, 2022
12022
Neotropical Ornithology: Reckoning with historical assumptions, removing systemic barriers, and reimagining the future
L Soares, K Cockle, ER Inzunza, JT Ibarra, CI Miño, S Zuluaga, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2022
12022
Austral birds offer insightful complementary models in ecology and evolution
J Theuerkauf, CP Villavicencio, NM Adreani, A Attisano, A Craig, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2022
2022
Glucocorticoids in a warming world: Do they help birds to cope with high environmental temperatures?
L Mentesana, M Hau
Hormones and Behavior 142, 105178, 2022
2022
Natural variation in yolk fatty acids, but not androgens, predicts offspring fitness in a wild bird
L Mentesana, MN Andersson, S Casagrande, W Goymann, C Isaksson, ...
Frontiers in zoology 18 (1), 1-12, 2021
2021
Fitness consequences of physiological responses to environmental variation in wild great tits
L Mentesana
2020
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