Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival

von Engelhardt N, Dijkstra C, Daan S (2004)
HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 45(5): 306-313.

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von Engelhardt N, Dijkstra C, Daan S. Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 2004;45(5):306-313.
von Engelhardt, N., Dijkstra, C., & Daan, S. (2004). Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR, 45(5), 306-313.
von Engelhardt, N., Dijkstra, C., and Daan, S. (2004). Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 45, 306-313.
von Engelhardt, N., Dijkstra, C., & Daan, S., 2004. Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR, 45(5), p 306-313.
N. von Engelhardt, C. Dijkstra, and S. Daan, “Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival”, HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR, vol. 45, 2004, pp. 306-313.
von Engelhardt, N., Dijkstra, C., Daan, S.: Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 45, 306-313 (2004).
von Engelhardt, Nikolaus, Dijkstra, C., and Daan, S. “Effects of 17-beta-estradiol treatment of female zebra finches on offspring sex ratio and survival”. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 45.5 (2004): 306-313.
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