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Linda A Whittingham
Linda A Whittingham
Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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A communal catalogue reveals Earth’s multiscale microbial diversity
LR Thompson, JG Sanders, D McDonald, A Amir, J Ladau, KJ Locey, ...
Nature 551 (7681), 457-463, 2017
22362017
Mating systems, sperm competition, and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in birds
PO Dunn, LA Whittingham, TE Pitcher
Evolution 55 (1), 161-175, 2001
4372001
Sexual selection explains Rensch's rule of allometry for sexual size dimorphism
J Dale, PO Dunn, J Figuerola, T Lislevand, T Székely, LA Whittingham
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1628), 2971-2979, 2007
2822007
Sex-biased hatching order and adaptive population divergence in a passerine bird
AV Badyaev, GE Hill, ML Beck, AA Dervan, RA Duckworth, KJ McGraw, ...
Science 295 (5553), 316-318, 2002
2652002
Confidence of paternity and male parental care
LA Whittingham, PD Taylor, RJ Robertson
The American Naturalist 139 (5), 1115-1125, 1992
2301992
Sexual selection accelerates signal evolution during speciation in birds
N Seddon, CA Botero, JA Tobias, PO Dunn, HEA MacGregor, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1766), 20131065, 2013
2192013
A test of the mismatch hypothesis: How is timing of reproduction related to food abundance in an aerial insectivore?
PO Dunn, DW Winkler, LA Whittingham, SJ Hannon, RJ Robertson
Ecology 92 (2), 450-461, 2011
2122011
Maternal testosterone in tree swallow eggs varies with female aggression
LA Whittingham, H Schwabl
Animal Behaviour 63 (1), 63-67, 2002
2092002
Offspring sex ratios in tree swallows: females in better condition produce more sons
LA Whittingham, PO Dunn
Molecular ecology 9 (8), 1123-1129, 2000
1842000
Sperm competition and the evolution of testes size in birds
TE Pitcher, PO Dunn, LA Whittingham
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18 (3), 557-567, 2005
1762005
Effects of breeding density, synchrony, and experience on extrapair paternity in tree swallows
PO Dunn, LA Whittingham, JT Lifjeld, RJ Robertson, PT Boag
Behavioral Ecology 5 (2), 123-129, 1994
1641994
Phylogeny of swallows (Aves: Hirundinidae) estimated from nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences
FH Sheldon, LA Whittingham, RG Moyle, B Slikas, DW Winkler
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 35 (1), 254-270, 2005
1422005
Natural and sexual selection act on different axes of variation in avian plumage color
PO Dunn, JK Armenta, LA Whittingham
Science advances 1 (2), e1400155, 2015
1382015
Relatedness, polyandry and extra-group paternity in the cooperatively-breeding white-browed scrubwren (Sericornis frontalis )
LA Whittingham, PO Dunn, RD Magrath
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40, 261-270, 1997
1331997
Confidence of paternity and male parental care: an experimental study in tree swallows
LA Whittingham, PO Dunn, RJ Robertson
Animal Behaviour 46 (1), 139-147, 1993
1271993
Rapid loss of MHC class II variation in a bottlenecked population is explained by drift and loss of copy number variation
JA Eimes, JL Bollmer, LA Whittingham, JA Johnson, C Van Oosterhout, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (9), 1847-1856, 2011
1232011
Effects of Food Abundance, Weather, and Female Condition on Reproduction in Tree Swallows (Tachycineta Bicolor)
JK Nooker, PO Dunn, LA Whittingham
The Auk 122 (4), 1225-1238, 2005
1212005
Subordinate males are more likely to help if unrelated to the breeding female in cooperatively breeding white-browed scrubwrens
RD Magrath, LA Whittingham
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 41, 185-192, 1997
1211997
Effects of extra-pair and within-pair reproductive success on the opportunity for selection in birds
LA Whittingham, PO Dunn
Behavioral Ecology 16 (1), 138-144, 2005
1202005
Dual functions of a melanin-based ornament in the common yellowthroat
SA Tarof, PO Dunn, LA Whittingham
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1568), 1121-1127, 2005
1102005
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