Literature

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Bascuñán, AL, Tourville, EA, Toomey, MB, McGraw, KJ2009Food Color Preferences of Molting House Finches (Carpodacus mexicanus) in Relation to Sex and Plumage Coloration
Deviche, P, McGraw, KJ, Underwood, J2008Season-, sex-, and age-specific accumulation of plasma carotenoid pigments in free-ranging white-winged crossbills Loxia leucoptera
Hõrak, P, Saks, L, Karu, U, Ots, I, Surai, PF, McGraw, KJ2004How Coccidian Parasites Affect Health and Appearance of Greenfinches
McGraw, KJ2004Winter Plumage Coloration in Male American Goldfinches: Do Reduced Ornaments Serve Signaling Functions in the Non-Breeding Season?
McGraw, KJ2004Colorful songbirds metabolize carotenoids at the integument
McGraw, KJ, GREGORY, ALEXANDERJ2004Carotenoid pigments in male American goldfinches: what is the optimal biochemical strategy for becoming colourful?
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE2004Mate Attentiveness, Seasonal Timing of Breeding and Long-Term Pair Bonding in the House Finch (Carpodacus mexicanus)
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE2002Testing reversed sexual dominance from an ontogenetic perspective: juvenile female House Finches Carpodacus mexicanus are dominant to juvenile males
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE2000Plumage Brightness and Breeding-Season Dominance in the House Finch: A Negatively Correlated Handicap?
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE, Parker, RS2005The physiological costs of being colourful: nutritional control of carotenoid utilization in the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis
McGraw, KJ, NOLAN, PAULM, CRINO, ONDIL2011Carotenoids bolster immunity during moult in a wild songbird with sexually selected plumage coloration
McGraw, KJ, STOEHR, ANDREWM, NOLAN, PAULM, Hill, GE2001Plumage redness predicts breeding onset and reproductive success in the House Finch: a validation of Darwin's theory
McGraw, KJ, Tourville, EA, Butler, MW2008A Quantitative Comparison of the Commonly Used Methods for Extracting Carotenoids from Avian Plasma
McGraw, KJ, Wakamatsu, K, Clark, AB, Yasukawa, K2004Red-winged blackbirds Agelaius phoeniceus use carotenoid and melanin pigments to color their epaulets
NOLAN, PAULM, STOEHR, ANDREWM, Hill, GE, McGraw, KJ2001The Number of Provisioning Visits by House Finches Predicts the Mass of Food Delivered
STOEHR, ANDREWM, McGraw, KJ, NOLAN, PAULM, Hill, GE2001Parental Care in Relation to Brood Size in the House Finch (Cuidado Parental en Relación al Tamaño de la Camada en Carpodacus mexicanus)
Toomey, MB, McGraw, KJ2009Seasonal, sexual, and quality related variation in retinal carotenoid accumulation in the house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus)
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