Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection

Stockley P, Ramm SA, Sherborne AL, Thom MDF, Paterson S, Hurst JL (2013)
BMC Biology 11(1): 66.

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Stockley, Paula; Ramm, Steven A.UniBi ; Sherborne, Amy L.; Thom, Michael D. F.; Paterson, Steve; Hurst, Jane L.
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2013
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BMC Biology
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11
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66
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1741-7007
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Stockley P, Ramm SA, Sherborne AL, Thom MDF, Paterson S, Hurst JL. Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection. BMC Biology. 2013;11(1): 66.
Stockley, P., Ramm, S. A., Sherborne, A. L., Thom, M. D. F., Paterson, S., & Hurst, J. L. (2013). Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection. BMC Biology, 11(1), 66. doi:10.1186/1741-7007-11-66
Stockley, P., Ramm, S. A., Sherborne, A. L., Thom, M. D. F., Paterson, S., and Hurst, J. L. (2013). Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection. BMC Biology 11:66.
Stockley, P., et al., 2013. Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection. BMC Biology, 11(1): 66.
P. Stockley, et al., “Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection”, BMC Biology, vol. 11, 2013, : 66.
Stockley, P., Ramm, S.A., Sherborne, A.L., Thom, M.D.F., Paterson, S., Hurst, J.L.: Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection. BMC Biology. 11, : 66 (2013).
Stockley, Paula, Ramm, Steven A., Sherborne, Amy L., Thom, Michael D. F., Paterson, Steve, and Hurst, Jane L. “Baculum morphology predicts reproductive success of male house mice under sexual selection”. BMC Biology 11.1 (2013): 66.

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