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    Mentesana, L.; Isaksson, C.; Goymann, W.; Andersson, M. N.; Trappschuh, M.; Hau, M.: Female variation in allocation of steroid hormones, antioxidants and fatty acids: A multilevel analysis in a wild passerine bird. Journal of Avian Biology 50 (1), e01859 (2019)
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    Goymann, W.; Trappschuh, M.; Urasa, F.: Corticosterone concentrations reflect parental expenditure in contrasting mating systems of two coucal species. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 15 (2017)
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    Quispe Valdez, R.; Trappschuh, M.; Gahr, M.; Goymann, W.: Towards more physiological manipulations of hormones in field studies: Comparing the release dynamics of three kinds of testosterone implants, silastic tubing, time-release pellets and beeswax. General and Comparative Endocrinology 212, S. 100 - 105 (2015)
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    Goymann, W.; Trappschuh, M.: Seasonal and diel variation of hormone metabolites in European stonechats: On the importance of high signal-to-noise ratios in noninvasive hormone studies. Journal of Biological Rhythms 26 (1), S. 44 - 54 (2011)
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    Landys, M. M.; Goymann, W.; Schwabl, I.; Trappschuh, M.; Slagsvold, T.: Impact of season and social challenge on testosterone and corticosterone levels in a year-round territorial bird. Hormones and Behavior 58 (2), S. 317 - 325 (2010)
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    Goymann, W.; Trappschuh, M.; Fusani, L.: A gentler method to raise melatonin levels in birds. Journal of Biological Rhythms 23 (3), S. 274 - 277 (2008)
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    Goymann, W.; Schwabl, I.; Trappschuh, M.; Hau, M.: Use of ethanol for preserving steroid and indoleamine hormones in bird plasma. General and Comparative Endocrinology 150 (2), S. 191 - 195 (2007)
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    Goymann, W.; Trappschuh, M.; Jensen, W.; Schwabl, I.: Low ambient temperature increases food intake and dropping production, leading to incorrect estimates of hormone metabolite concentrations in European stonechats. Hormones and Behavior 49 (5), S. 644 - 653 (2006)
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