Willow Lindsay
Willow Lindsay
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Bill coloration, a flexible signal in a tropical passerine bird, is regulated by social environment and androgens
J Karubian, WR Lindsay, H Schwabl, MS Webster
Animal Behaviour 81 (4), 795-800, 2011
542011
Sexually selected male plumage color is testosterone dependent in a tropical passerine bird, the red-backed fairy-wren (Malurus melanocephalus)
WR Lindsay, MS Webster, H Schwabl
PLoS One 6 (10), e26067, 2011
482011
Plumage colour acquisition and behaviour are associated with androgens in a phenotypically plastic tropical bird
WR Lindsay, MS Webster, CW Varian, H Schwabl
Animal Behaviour 77 (6), 1525-1532, 2009
362009
Evolutionary patterns of adaptive acrobatics and physical performance predict expression profiles of androgen receptor–but not oestrogen receptor–in the forelimb musculature
MJ Fuxjager, J Eaton, WR Lindsay, LH Salwiczek, MA Rensel, J Barske, ...
Functional ecology 29 (9), 1197-1208, 2015
342015
Acrobatic courtship display coevolves with brain size in manakins (Pipridae)
WR Lindsay, JT Houck, CE Giuliano, LB Day
Brain, behavior and evolution 85 (1), 29-36, 2015
212015
Variation in song system anatomy and androgen levels does not correspond to song characteristics in a tropical songbird
H Schwabl, J Dowling, DT Baldassarre, M Gahr, WR Lindsay, MS Webster
Animal Behaviour 104, 39-50, 2015
192015
Female Red-Backed Fairy-Wrens (Malurus Melanocephalus) Do Not Appear to Pay a Cost For High Rates of Promiscuity
CW Varian-Ramos, WR Lindsay, J Karubian, MS Webster
The Auk 129 (3), 529-536, 2012
152012
Testosterone activates sexual dimorphism including male-typical carotenoid but not melanin plumage pigmentation in a female bird
WR Lindsay, DG Barron, MS Webster, H Schwabl
Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (19), 3091-3099, 2016
132016
Corticosterone: a costly mediator of signal honesty in sand lizards
WR Lindsay, E Wapstra, B Silverin, M Olsson
Ecology and Evolution 6 (20), 7451-7461, 2016
122016
Long‐term effects of superoxide and DNA repair on lizard telomeres
M Olsson, CR Friesen, N Rollings, J Sudyka, W Lindsay, CM Whittington, ...
Molecular Ecology 27 (24), 5154-5164, 2018
92018
Adaptive evolution of a derived radius morphology in manakins (Aves, Pipridae) to support acrobatic display behavior
A Friscia, GD Sanin, WR Lindsay, LB Day, BA Schlinger, J Tan, ...
Journal of Morphology 277 (6), 766-775, 2016
72016
Endocrine correlates of mate choice and promiscuity in females of a socially monogamous avian mating system with alternative male reproductive phenotypes
H Schwabl, WR Lindsay, DG Barron, MS Webster
Current Zoology 60 (6), 804-815, 2014
72014
Endless forms of sexual selection
WR Lindsay, S Andersson, B Bererhi, J Höglund, A Johnsen, C Kvarnemo, ...
PeerJ 7, e7988, 2019
42019
Extreme plasticity in reproductive biology of an oviparous lizard
M Olsson, L Loeb, W Lindsay, E Wapstra, L Fitzpatrick, R Shine
Ecology and evolution 8 (13), 6384-6389, 2018
42018
Vitellogenin offsets oxidative costs of reproduction in female painted dragon lizards
WR Lindsay, CR Friesen, C Sihlbom, J Bergström, E Berger, MR Wilson, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology, 2020
12020
Associations between manakin display complexity and both body and brain size challenge assumptions of allometric correction: A response to gutierrez-ibanez et al.(2016)
LB Day, WR Lindsay
Brain, behavior and evolution 87 (4), 227-231, 2016
12016
Long term effects of outbreeding: experimental founding of island population eliminates malformations and improves hatching success in sand lizards
WR Lindsay, T Madsen, E Wapstra, M Lillie, L Loeb, B Ujvari, M Olsson
Biological Conservation 249, 108710, 2020
2020
Hormonal regulation of male reproductive phenotype in a cooperatively breeding tropical bird
WR Lindsay
Washington State University, 2010
2010
Endless forms of sexual selection
T Pizzari, J Höglund, WR Lindsay, SV Edwards, EH Leder, B Bererhi, ...
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