Riccardo Ton
Riccardo Ton
Macquarie University
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Growth rate variation among passerine species in tropical and temperate sites: an antagonistic interaction between parental food provisioning and nest predation risk
TE Martin, P Lloyd, C Bosque, DC Barton, AL Biancucci, YR Cheng, ...
Evolution 65 (6), 1607-1622, 2011
Adult mortality probability and nest predation rates explain parental effort in warming eggs with consequences for embryonic development time
TE Martin, JC Oteyza, AJ Boyce, P Lloyd, R Ton
The American Naturalist 186 (2), 223-236, 2015
Corticosterone exposure during development improves performance on a novel foraging task in zebra finches
OL Crino, SC Driscoll, R Ton, CW Breuner
Animal Behaviour 91, 27-32, 2014
Intrinsic vs. extrinsic influences on life history expression: metabolism and parentally induced temperature influences on embryo development rate
TE Martin, R Ton, A Niklison
Ecology Letters 16 (6), 738-745, 2013
Proximate effects of temperature versus evolved intrinsic constraints for embryonic development times among temperate and tropical songbirds
R Ton, TE Martin
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 895, 2017
The ecology of the zebra finch makes it a great laboratory model but an outlier amongst passerine birds
SC Griffith, R Ton, LL Hurley, CS McDiarmid, H Pacheco-Fuentes
Birds 2 (1), 60-76, 2021
Adaptive influence of extrinsic and intrinsic factors on variation of incubation periods among tropical and temperate passerines
TE Martin, R Ton, JC Oteyza
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135 (1), 101-113, 2018
Metabolism correlates with variation in post‐natal growth rate among songbirds at three latitudes
R Ton, TE Martin
Functional Ecology 30 (5), 743-748, 2016
Effects of heat waves during post-natal development on mitochondrial and whole body physiology: an experimental study in zebra finches
R Ton, A Stier, CE Cooper, SC Griffith
Frontiers in physiology 12, 661670, 2021
Associations between DNA methylation and telomere length during early life: Insight from wild zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
EL Sheldon, R Ton, W Boner, P Monaghan, S Raveh, AW Schrey, ...
Molecular ecology 31 (23), 6261-6272, 2022
Higher experimental ambient temperature decreases female incubation attentiveness in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata) and lower effort yields negligible …
R Ton, LL Hurley, SC Griffith
Ibis 163 (3), 1045-1055, 2021
Mitochondrial Physiology
E Gnaiger
The many Faces 158, 2005
Short-and long-term consequences of heat exposure on mitochondrial metabolism in zebra finches (Taeniopygia castanotis)
H Pacheco-Fuentes, R Ton, SC Griffith
Oecologia 201 (3), 637-648, 2023
Nest predation and adult mortality relationships with post-natal metabolic rates and growth among songbird species
R Ton, TE Martin
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (16), jeb226563, 2020
Effects of heat waves on telomere dynamics and parental brooding effort in nestlings of the zebra finch (Taeniopygia castanotis) transitioning from ectothermy to …
R Ton, W Boner, S Raveh, P Monaghan, SC Griffith
Molecular Ecology 32 (17), 4911-4920, 2023
House sparrows as sentinels of childhood lead exposure
MM Gillings, R Ton, T Harris, JP Swaddle, MP Taylor, SC Griffith
EcoEvoRxiv, 2024
Longitudinal covariation of testosterone and sperm quality across reproductive stages in the zebra finch
LL Hurley, R Ton, M Rowe, KL Buchanan, SC Griffith, OL Crino
Hormones and Behavior 153, 105388, 2023
Blood lead increases and haemoglobin decreases in urban birds along a soil contamination gradient in a mining city
MM Gillings, R Ton, T Harris, MP Taylor, SC Griffith
Environmental Research, 119236, 2024
Blood lead increases and haemoglobin decreases in urban birds along a soil contamination gradient in a mining city
R Ton, T Harris, M Taylor, S Griffith
Experimental warming of embryos accelerates metabolism of postnatal songbirds, influences growth, but has no effects on parental feeding and brooding rates
R Ton, TE Martin
Ornithology 141 (1), ukad058, 2024
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