Literature

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CLOTFELTER, ETHAND1996Mechanisms of Facultative Sex-Ratio Variation in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
COLLINS, SA, C. CATE, TEN1996Does beak colour affect female preference in zebra finches?
Conover, MR, Messmer, TA1996Consequences for Captive Zebra Finches of Consuming Tall Fescue Seeds Infected with the Endophytic Fungus Acremonium coenophialum
Degraaf, RM, Maier, TJ1996Effect of Egg Size on Predation by White-Footed Mice
Dunn, AM, Zann, RA1996Undirected Song Encourages the Breeding Female Zebra Finch to Remain in the Nest
Dunn, AM, Zann, RA1996Undirected Song in Wild Zebra Finch Flocks: Contexts and Effects of Mate Removal
Jones, AE, Slater, PJB1996The Role of Aggression in Song Tutor Choice in the Zebra Finch: Cause or Effect?
KOGEL, CH, PRIJS, HJ1996Effects of brood size manipulations on sexual attractiveness of offspring in the zebra finch
Meijer, T, Rozman, J, Schulte, M, Stach-Dreesmann, C1996New findings in body mass regulation in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) in response to photoperiod and temperature
OETTING, SABINE, Bischof, H-J1996Sexual Imprinting in Female Zebra Finches: Changes in Preferences as an Effect of Adult Experience
Adkins-Regan, E, Yang, S, Mansukhani, V1996Behavior of Male and Female Zebra Finches Treated with an Estrogen Synthesis Inhibitor as Nestlings
H. SIMPSON, BLAIR, VICARIO, DAVIDS1996Male zebra finches can learn male-typical vocalizations from hormone-treated female tutors
Swaddle, JP1996Reproductive success and symmetry in zebra finches
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