Literature

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Altwegg, R, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Kestenholz, M, Jenni, L2003Variation and Covariation in Survival, Dispersal, and Population Size in Barn Owls Tyto alba
Arlettaz, R, Krähenbühl, M, Almasi, B, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Schaub, M2010Wildflower areas within revitalized agricultural matrices boost small mammal populations but not breeding Barn Owls
Bize, P, Klopfenstein, A, Jeanneret, C, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2007Intra-individual variation in body temperature and pectoral muscle size in nestling Alpine swifts Apus melba in response to an episode of inclement weather
Bize, P, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2006No experimental evidence that sibling competition induces young to switch nests in the colonial Alpine swift, Apus melba
Bize, P, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Bersier, L-F, Pfluger, D, Richner, H2003Parasitism and Developmental Plasticity in Alpine Swift Nestlings
Bize, P, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Tella, JL, Bersier, L-F, Richner, H2004Additive Effects of Ectoparasites over Reproductive Attempts in the Long-Lived Alpine Swift
Charter, M, Leshem, Y, Meyrom, K, Peleg, O, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2012The importance of micro-habitat in the breeding of Barn Owls Tyto alba
Charter, M, Leshem, Y, Meyrom, K, Peleg, O, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2012The importance of micro-habitat in the breeding of Barn Owls Tyto alba
Chausson, A, Henry, I, Almasi, B, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2014Barn Owl (Tyto alba) breeding biology in relation to breeding season climate
Dreiss, AN, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2010Age-related change in melanin-based coloration of Barn owls (Tyto alba): females that become more female-like and males that become more male-like perform better
Frey, C, Sonnay, C, Dreiss, A, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2011Habitat, breeding performance, diet and individual age in Swiss Barn Owls ( Tyto alba )
Gasparini, J, Bize, P, Piault, R, Wakamatsu, K, Blount, JD, Ducrest, A-L, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2009Strength and Cost of an Induced Immune Response Are Associated with a Heritable Melanin-Based Colour Trait in Female Tawny Owls
Gasparini, J, Piault, R, Bize, P, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2009Pre-hatching maternal effects inhibit nestling humoral immune response in the tawny owl Strix aluco
Lambrechts, M, Wiebe, K, Sunde, P, Solonen, T, Sergio, F, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Møller, A, López, B, Fargallo, J, Exo, K-M, Dell’Omo, G, Costantini, D, Charter, M, Butler, M, Bortolotti, G, Arlettaz, R, Korpimaki, E2012Nest box design for the study of diurnal raptors and owls is still an overlooked point in ecological, evolutionary and conservation studies: a review
Lambrechts, M, Wiebe, K, Sunde, P, Solonen, T, Sergio, F, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Møller, A, López, B, Fargallo, J, Exo, K-M, Dell’Omo, G, Costantini, D, Charter, M, Butler, M, Bortolotti, G, Arlettaz, R, Korpimaki, E2012Nest box design for the study of diurnal raptors and owls is still an overlooked point in ecological, evolutionary and conservation studies: a review
MeTics, RB, VARGA, SÁNDOR, Opper, BZ, KLEIN, ÁKOS, Horváth, G, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Putnoky, PT, Hoffmann, G2005PARTITIONING OF GENETIC (RAPD) VARIABILITY AMONG SEXES AND POPULATIONS OF THE BARN OWL (TYTO ALBA) IN EUROPE
Mátics, R, Hoffmann, G, Nagy, T, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2002Random pairing with respect to plumage coloration in Hungarian Barn Owls ( Tyto alba )
Peleg, O, Charter, M, Leshem, Y, Izhaki, I, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2014Conditional association between melanism and personality in Israeli Barn Owls
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2006Linkage disequilibrium between a melanin-based colour polymorphism and tail length in the barn owl
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2004Covariation between plumage colour polymorphism and diet in the Barn Owl Tyto alba
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2003Geographic variation in sexual dimorphism in the barn owl Tyto alba: a role for direct selection or genetic correlation?
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE2002Offspring Desertion by Double-Brooded Female Barn Owls (Tyto Alba)
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE1999Delayed maturation of plumage coloration and plumage spottedness in the Barn Owl ( Tyto alba )
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Bize, P, Tzaud, N, Bianchi, M, Ravussin, P-A, Christe, P2005Oxygen consumption in offspring tawny owls Strix aluco is associated with colour morph of foster mother
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Brinkhof, MWG, Bize, P, Richner, H, JUNGI, THOMASW, Bavoux, C, Boileau, N, Burneleau, G2003Which Chick Is Tasty to Parasites? The Importance of Host Immunology vs. Parasite Life History
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, BURRI, RETO, ANTONIAZZA, SYLVAIN2011Owl melanin-based plumage redness is more frequent near than away from the equator: implications on the effect of climate change on biodiversity
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Christe, P2013Geographic and temporal variation in the consumption of bats by European Barn Owls
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Colliard, C, Russier, F, Fleury, M, Grandjean, V2008Sib-sib communication and the risk of prey theft in the barn owl Tyto alba
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, DUBEY, SYLVAIN2013Amphibians in the diet of European Barn Owls
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, DUBEY, SYLVAIN2012The occurrence of reptiles in Barn Owl diet in Europe
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, DUBEY, SYLVAIN2012The occurrence of reptiles in Barn Owl diet in Europe
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Ducret, B, Ravussin, P-A, Altwegg, R2003Female colour polymorphism covaries with reproductive strategies in the tawny owl Strix aluco
ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Müller, W, Sasvári, L, Dijkstra, C, Ducrest, A-L, Riols, C, Wink, M, Lubjuhn, T2004Extra-pair paternity, testes size and testosterone level in relation to colour polymorphism in the barn owl Tyto alba
Saladin, V, Ritschard, M, ROULIN, ALEXANDRE, Bize, P, Richner, H2007Analysis of genetic parentage in the tawny owl ( Strix aluco ) reveals extra-pair paternity is low
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