Zeitschriftenartikel (9)

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    Girndt, A.; Chng, C. W. T.; Burke, T.; Schroeder, J.: Male age is associated with extra-pair paternity, but not with extra-pair mating behaviour. Scientific Reports 8, 8378 (2018)
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    Sanchez Tojar, A.; Nakagawa, S.; Sanchez-Fortun, M.; Martin, D. A.; Ramani, S.; Girndt, A.; Bókony, V.; Kempenaers, B.; Liker, A.; Westneat, D. F. et al.; Burke, T.; Schroeder, J.: Meta-analysis challenges a textbook example of status signalling: Evidence for publication bias. eLife 7, e37385 (2018)
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    Schroeder, J.; Winney, I.; Bennett, S.; Sanchez Tojar, A.; Girndt, A.: The secret life of the Lundy house sparrows. Journal of the Lundy Field Society 6, S. 101 - 104 (2018)
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    Girndt, A.; Cockburn, G.; Sanchez Tojar, A.; Løvlie, H.; Schroeder, J.: Method matters: Experimental evidence for shorter avian sperm in faecal compared to abdominal massage samples. PLoS One 12 (8), e0182853 (2017)
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    Hsu, Y.-H.; Simons, M. J. P.; Schroeder, J.; Girndt, A.; Winney, I.; Burke, T.; Nakagawa, S.: Age-dependent trajectories differ between within-pair and extrapair paternity success. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (5), S. 951 - 959 (2017)
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    Sanchez Tojar, A.; Winney, I.; Girndt, A.; Simons, M. J. P.; Nakagawa, S.; Burke, T.; Schroeder, J.: Winter territory prospecting is associated with life-history stage but not activity in a passerine. Journal of Avian Biology 48 (3), S. 407 - 416 (2017)
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    Girndt, A.; Knief, U.; Forstmeier, W.; Kempenaers, B.: Triploid ZZZ zebra finches Taeniopygia guttata exhibit abnormal sperm heads and poor reproductive performance. Ibis 156 (2), S. 472 - 477 (2014)
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    Girndt, A.; Riesch, R.; Schröder, C.; Schlupp, I.; Plath, M.; Tiedemann, R.: Multiple paternity in different populations of the sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna). Animal Biology 62 (3), S. 245 - 262 (2012)
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    Bierbach, D.; Girndt, A.; Hamfler, S.; Klein, M.; Mücksch, F.; Penshorn, M.; Schwinn, M.; Zimmer, C.; Schlupp, I.; Streit, B. et al.; Plath, M.: Male fish use prior knowledge about rivals to adjust their mate choice. Biology Letters 7, S. 349 - 351 (2011)
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