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Do baseline glucocorticoids predict fitness?
F Bonier, PR Martin, IT Moore, JC Wingfield
Trends in ecology & Evolution 24 (11), 634-642, 2009
8882009
Urban birds have broader environmental tolerance
F Bonier, PR Martin, JC Wingfield
Biology letters 3 (6), 670-673, 2007
4022007
The relationship between fitness and baseline glucocorticoids in a passerine bird
F Bonier, IT Moore, PR Martin, RJ Robertson
General and comparative endocrinology 163 (1-2), 208-213, 2009
3562009
Glucocorticoids and “stress” are not synonymous
SA MacDougall-Shackleton, F Bonier, LM Romero, IT Moore
Integrative Organismal Biology 1 (1), obz017, 2019
2802019
Hormones in the city: endocrine ecology of urban birds
F Bonier
Hormones and Behavior 61 (5), 763-772, 2012
2342012
Sex-specific consequences of life in the city
F Bonier, PR Martin, KS Sheldon, JP Jensen, SL Foltz, JC Wingfield
Behavioral Ecology 18 (1), 121-129, 2007
1952007
The stress of parenthood? Increased glucocorticoids in birds with experimentally enlarged broods
F Bonier, IT Moore, RJ Robertson
Biology letters 7 (6), 944-946, 2011
1752011
Reproductive asynchrony and population divergence between two tropical bird populations
IT Moore, F Bonier, JC Wingfield
Behavioral Ecology 16 (4), 755-762, 2005
1392005
Maternal corticosteroids influence primary offspring sex ratio in a free-ranging passerine bird
F Bonier, PR Martin, JC Wingfield
Behavioral Ecology 18 (6), 1045-1050, 2007
1352007
Within seasons and among years: When are corticosterone levels repeatable?
JQ Ouyang, M Hau, F Bonier
Hormones and Behavior, 2011
1332011
How to tackle the childcare–conference conundrum
RM Calisi, a Working Group of Mothers in Science
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (12), 2845-2849, 2018
1022018
Female, but not male, tropical sparrows respond more strongly to the local song dialect: implications for population divergence
JE Danner, RM Danner, F Bonier, PR Martin, TW Small, IT Moore
The American Naturalist 178 (1), 53-63, 2011
1012011
Constraints, concerns and considerations about the necessity of estimating free glucocorticoid concentrations for field endocrine studies
SJ Schoech, LM Romero, IT Moore, F Bonier
Functional Ecology 27 (5), 1100-1106, 2013
902013
Spatiotemporal patterns in nest box occupancy by Tree Swallows across North America
D Shutler, DJT Hussell, DR Norris, DW Winkler, RJ Robertson, F Bonier, ...
Avian Conservation and Ecology, 2012
882012
Rainy springs linked to poor nestling growth in a declining avian aerial insectivore (Tachycineta bicolor)
AR Cox, RJ Robertson, Z Lendvai, K Everitt, F Bonier
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1898), 20190018, 2019
802019
Hormones as mediators of phenotypic and genetic integration: an evolutionary genetics approach
RM Cox, JW McGlothlin, F Bonier
Integrative and Comparative Biology 56 (2), 126-137, 2016
782016
How can we estimate natural selection on endocrine traits? Lessons from evolutionary biology
F Bonier, PR Martin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1843), 20161887, 2016
732016
Experimental food restriction reveals individual differences in corticosterone reaction norms with no oxidative costs
AZ Lendvai, JQ Ouyang, LA Schoenle, V Fasanello, MF Haussmann, ...
PLoS One 9 (11), e110564, 2014
722014
A new framework for urban ecology: an integration of proximate and ultimate responses to anthropogenic change
JQ Ouyang, C Isaksson, C Schmidt, P Hutton, F Bonier, D Dominoni
Integrative and comparative biology 58 (5), 915-928, 2018
692018
Species interactions limit the occurrence of urban-adapted birds in cities
PR Martin, F Bonier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (49), E11495-E11504, 2018
672018
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