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WANG, ZHENSHAN, FARMER, KRISTY, Hill, GE, Edwards, SV2006A cDNA macroarray approach to parasite-induced gene expression changes in a songbird host: genetic response of house finches to experimental infection by Mycoplasma gallisepticum
McClure, CJW, Estep, LK, Hill, GE2011A Multi-Scale Analysis of Competition between the House Finch and House Sparrow in the Southeastern United States
McClure, CJW, Estep, LK, Hill, GE2011A Multi-Scale Analysis of Competition between the House Finch and House Sparrow in the Southeastern United States (Análisis de Competencia en Múltiples Escalas entre Carpodacus mexicanus y Passer domesticus en el Sureste de Estados Unidos)
TOBIAS, MARJORYC, Hill, GE1998A test of sensory bias for long tails in the house finch
Hill, GE1988Age, Plumage Brightness, Territory Quality, and Reproductive Success in the Black-Headed Grosbeak
Hill, GE1987Aging and Sexing Black-Headed Grosbeaks in Alternate Plumage (Edad y Sexo de Pheucticus melanocephalus en plumage de transición)
Hill, GE1998An Easy, Inexpensive Means to Quantify Plumage Coloration (Un Método Sencillo y Poco Costoso de Cuantificar la Coloración del Plumaje)
Inouye, CY, Hill, GE, Stradi, RD, Montgomerie, R2001Carotenoid Pigments in Male House Finch Plumage in Relation to Age, Subspecies, and Ornamental Coloration
SHAWKEY, MATTHEWD, Pillai, SR, Hill, GE2003Chemical warfare? Effects of uropygial oil on feather-degrading bacteria
Brawner, III, WR, Hill, GE, Sundermann, CA2000Effects of Coccidial and Mycoplasmal Infections on Carotenoid-Based Plumage Pigmentation in Male House Finches
Hill, GE2000Energetic constraints on expression of carotenoid-based plumage coloration
NOLAN, PAULM, Hill, GE2004Female choice for song characteristics in the house finch
Hill, GE1990Female house finches prefer colourful males: sexual selection for a condition-dependent trait
Gilbert, WM, NOLAN, PAULM, STOEHR, ANDREWM, Hill, GE2005Filial Cannibalism at a House Finch Nest
Duckworth, RA, Badyaev, AV, Farmer, KL, Hill, GE, Roberts, SR2003First Case of Mycoplasma gallisepticum Infection in the Western Range of the House Finch (Carpodacus mexicanus)
Hill, GE1993Geographic variation in the carotenoid plumage pigmentation of male house finches (Carpodacus mexicanus)
Hill, GE1994House Finches Are What They Eat: A Reply to Hudon
Mennill, DJ, Badyaev, AV, Jonart, LM, Hill, GE2006Male House Finches with Elaborate Songs have Higher Reproductive Performance
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE2004Mate Attentiveness, Seasonal Timing of Breeding and Long-Term Pair Bonding in the House Finch (Carpodacus mexicanus)
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)
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE2000Plumage Brightness and Breeding-Season Dominance in the House Finch: A Negatively Correlated Handicap?
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
Hill, GE1992Proximate Basis of Variation in Carotenoid Pigmentation in Male House Finches
Hill, GE1986Severe Aggression between Female Black-Headed Grosbeaks
Hill, GE, Montgomerie, R, Roeder, C, Boag, P1994Sexual Selection and Cuckoldry in a Monogamous Songbird: Implications for Sexual Selection Theory
Hill, GE1996Subadult Plumage in the House Finch and Tests of Models for the Evolution of Delayed Plumage Maturation
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE2002Testing reversed sexual dominance from an ontogenetic perspective: juvenile female House Finches Carpodacus mexicanus are dominant to juvenile males
Hill, GE1994Testis Mass and Subadult Plumage in Black-Headed Grosbeaks
STOEHR, ANDREWM, Hill, GE2000Testosterone and the Allocation of Reproductive Effort in Male House Finches (Carpodacus mexicanus)
STOEHR, ANDREWM, Hill, GE2001The effects of elevated testosterone on plumage hue in male House Finches
Hill, GE1988The Function of Delayed Plumage Maturation in Male Black-Headed Grosbeaks
NOLAN, PAULM, STOEHR, ANDREWM, Hill, GE, McGraw, KJ2001The Number of Provisioning Visits by House Finches Predicts the Mass of Food Delivered
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE, Parker, RS2005The physiological costs of being colourful: nutritional control of carotenoid utilization in the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis
Navara, KJ, Hill, GE, Mendonça, MT2006Yolk Androgen Deposition as a Compensatory Strategy
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