Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences

Lucass C, Korsten P, Eens M, Müller W (2016)
Functional Ecology 30(2): 274-282.

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Lucass C, Korsten P, Eens M, Müller W. Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences. Functional Ecology. 2016;30(2):274-282.
Lucass, C., Korsten, P., Eens, M., & Müller, W. (2016). Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences. Functional Ecology, 30(2), 274-282.
Lucass, C., Korsten, P., Eens, M., and Müller, W. (2016). Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences. Functional Ecology 30, 274-282.
Lucass, C., et al., 2016. Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences. Functional Ecology, 30(2), p 274-282.
C. Lucass, et al., “Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences”, Functional Ecology, vol. 30, 2016, pp. 274-282.
Lucass, C., Korsten, P., Eens, M., Müller, W.: Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences. Functional Ecology. 30, 274-282 (2016).
Lucass, Carsten, Korsten, Peter, Eens, Marcel, and Müller, Wendt. “Within-family parent-offspring co-adaptation in a wild bird: on static traits, behavioural reaction norms, and sex differences”. Functional Ecology 30.2 (2016): 274-282.
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