Hubert Schwabl
Hubert Schwabl
Professor Biology
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Yolk is a source of maternal testosterone for developing birds
H Schwabl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (24), 11446-11450, 1993
8721993
Maternal testosterone in the avian egg enhances postnatal growth
H Schwabl
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 114 (3), 271-276, 1996
5391996
Maternal androgens in black-headed gull (Larus ridibundus) eggs: consequences for chick development
CM Eising, C Eikenaar, H Schwabl, TGG Groothuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2001
4322001
Hormone-mediated maternal effects in birds: mechanisms matter but what do we know of them?
TGG Groothuis, H Schwabl
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363á…, 2008
4032008
Yolk androgens reduce offspring survival
KW Sockman, H Schwabl
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2000
3062000
A hormonal mechanism for parental favouritism
H Schwabl, DW Mock, JA Gieg
Nature 386 (6622), 231-231, 1997
3031997
Environment modifies the testosterone levels of a female bird and its eggs
H Schwabl
Journal of Experimental Zoology 276 (2), 157-163, 1996
2201996
Maternal testosterone in tree swallow eggs varies with female aggression
LA Whittingham, H Schwabl
Animal Behaviour 63 (1), 63-67, 2002
1922002
Yolk testosterone organizes behavior and male plumage coloration in house sparrows (Passer domesticus)
R Strasser, H Schwabl
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 56 (5), 491-497, 2004
1902004
Maternal condition, yolk androgens and offspring performance: a supplemental feeding experiment in the lesser black-backed gull (Larus fuscus)
N Verboven, P Monaghan, DM Evans, H Schwabl, N Evans, C Whitelaw, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2003
1722003
Plasma corticosterone in nestling American kestrels: effects of age, handling stress, yolk androgens, and body condition
KW Sockman, H Schwabl
General and comparative endocrinology 122 (2), 205-212, 2001
1712001
Sex differences in avian yolk hormone levels
M Petrie, H Schwabl, N Brande-Lavridsen, T Burke
Nature 412 (6846), 498-498, 2001
1692001
Determinants of within‐and among‐clutch variation in levels of maternal hormones in Black‐Headed Gull eggs
G TG
Functional Ecology 16 (3), 281-289, 2002
1672002
Regulation of protein breakdown and adrenocortical response to stress in birds during migratory flight
L Jenni, S Jenni-Eiermann, F Spina, H Schwabl
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparativeá…, 2000
1582000
Glucocorticoid response to food availability in breeding barn swallows (Hirundo rustica)
S Jenni-Eiermann, E Glaus, M GrŘebler, H Schwabl, L Jenni
General and comparative endocrinology 155 (3), 558-565, 2008
1502008
Endocrine mechanisms of migration
JC Wingfield, H Schwabl, PW Mattocks
Bird migration, 232-256, 1990
1471990
Interfemale variation in egg yolk androgen allocation in the European starling: do high-quality females invest more?
KM Pilz, HG Smith, MI Sandell, H Schwabl
Animal Behaviour 65 (4), 841-850, 2003
1462003
Territorial aggression and song of male European robins (Erithacus rubecula) in autumn and spring: effects of antiandrogen treatment
H Schwabl, E Kriner
Hormones and behavior 25 (2), 180-194, 1991
1361991
Orchestration of avian reproductive effort: an integration of the ultimate and proximate bases for flexibility in clutch size, incubation behaviour, and yolk androgen deposition
KW Sockman, PJ Sharp, H Schwabl
Biological Reviews 81 (4), 629-666, 2006
1352006
Ectoparasite–modulated deposition of maternal androgens in great tit eggs
B Tschirren, H Richner, H Schwabl
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2004
1232004
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