The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status

Hoener OP, Wachter B, Hofer H, Wilhelm K, Thierer D, Trillmich F, Burke T, East ML (2010)
Nature Communications 1(5): 1-7.

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Hoener OP, Wachter B, Hofer H, et al. The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status. Nature Communications. 2010;1(5):1-7.
Hoener, O. P., Wachter, B., Hofer, H., Wilhelm, K., Thierer, D., Trillmich, F., Burke, T., et al. (2010). The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status. Nature Communications, 1(5), 1-7. doi:10.1038/ncomms1059
Hoener, O. P., Wachter, B., Hofer, H., Wilhelm, K., Thierer, D., Trillmich, F., Burke, T., and East, M. L. (2010). The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status. Nature Communications 1, 1-7.
Hoener, O.P., et al., 2010. The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status. Nature Communications, 1(5), p 1-7.
O.P. Hoener, et al., “The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status”, Nature Communications, vol. 1, 2010, pp. 1-7.
Hoener, O.P., Wachter, B., Hofer, H., Wilhelm, K., Thierer, D., Trillmich, F., Burke, T., East, M.L.: The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status. Nature Communications. 1, 1-7 (2010).
Hoener, Oliver P., Wachter, Bettina, Hofer, Heribert, Wilhelm, Kerstin, Thierer, Dagmar, Trillmich, Fritz, Burke, Terry, and East, Marion L. “The fitness of dispersing spotted hyaena sons is influenced by maternal social status”. Nature Communications 1.5 (2010): 1-7.

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