Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey.

Chakarov N, Jonker R, Boerner M, Hoffman J, Krüger O (2013)
Molecular Ecology 22(21): 5430-5440.

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Chakarov N, Jonker R, Boerner M, Hoffman J, Krüger O. Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey. Molecular Ecology. 2013;22(21):5430-5440.
Chakarov, N., Jonker, R., Boerner, M., Hoffman, J., & Krüger, O. (2013). Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey. Molecular Ecology, 22(21), 5430-5440.
Chakarov, N., Jonker, R., Boerner, M., Hoffman, J., and Krüger, O. (2013). Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey. Molecular Ecology 22, 5430-5440.
Chakarov, N., et al., 2013. Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey. Molecular Ecology, 22(21), p 5430-5440.
N. Chakarov, et al., “Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey.”, Molecular Ecology, vol. 22, 2013, pp. 5430-5440.
Chakarov, N., Jonker, R., Boerner, M., Hoffman, J., Krüger, O.: Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey. Molecular Ecology. 22, 5430-5440 (2013).
Chakarov, Nayden, Jonker, Rudy, Boerner, Martina, Hoffman, Joseph, and Krüger, Oliver. “Variation at phenological candidate genes correlates with timing of dispersal and plumage morph in a sedentary bird of prey.”. Molecular Ecology 22.21 (2013): 5430-5440.
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