Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds

Müller W, Lessells CM, Korsten P, von Engelhardt N (2007)
American Naturalist 169(4): E84-E96.

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Müller W, Lessells CM, Korsten P, von Engelhardt N. Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds. American Naturalist. 2007;169(4):E84-E96.
Müller, W., Lessells, C. M., Korsten, P., & von Engelhardt, N. (2007). Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds. American Naturalist, 169(4), E84-E96. doi:10.1086/511962
Müller, W., Lessells, C. M., Korsten, P., and von Engelhardt, N. (2007). Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds. American Naturalist 169, E84-E96.
Müller, W., et al., 2007. Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds. American Naturalist, 169(4), p E84-E96.
W. Müller, et al., “Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds”, American Naturalist, vol. 169, 2007, pp. E84-E96.
Müller, W., Lessells, C.M., Korsten, P., von Engelhardt, N.: Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds. American Naturalist. 169, E84-E96 (2007).
Müller, Wendt, Lessells, C. M., Korsten, Peter, and von Engelhardt, Nikolaus. “Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds”. American Naturalist 169.4 (2007): E84-E96.
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