Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction

Mourocq E, Bize P, Bouwhuis S, Bradley R, Charmantier A, de la Cruz C, Drobniak SM, Espie RHM, Herényi M, Hötker H, Krüger O, et al. (2016)
Evolution 70(2): 296-313.

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Mourocq, Emeline; Bize, Pierre; Bouwhuis, Sandra; Bradley, Russell; Charmantier, Anne; de la Cruz, Carlos; Drobniak, Szymon M.; Espie, Richard H. M.; Herényi, Márton; Hötker, Hermann; Krüger, OliverUniBi; Marzluff, John
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2016
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Evolution
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2
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0014-3820
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Mourocq E, Bize P, Bouwhuis S, et al. Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction. Evolution. 2016;70(2):296-313.
Mourocq, E., Bize, P., Bouwhuis, S., Bradley, R., Charmantier, A., de la Cruz, C., Drobniak, S. M., et al. (2016). Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction. Evolution, 70(2), 296-313. doi:10.1111/evo.12853
Mourocq, E., Bize, P., Bouwhuis, S., Bradley, R., Charmantier, A., de la Cruz, C., Drobniak, S. M., Espie, R. H. M., Herényi, M., Hötker, H., et al. (2016). Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction. Evolution 70, 296-313.
Mourocq, E., et al., 2016. Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction. Evolution, 70(2), p 296-313.
E. Mourocq, et al., “Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction”, Evolution, vol. 70, 2016, pp. 296-313.
Mourocq, E., Bize, P., Bouwhuis, S., Bradley, R., Charmantier, A., de la Cruz, C., Drobniak, S.M., Espie, R.H.M., Herényi, M., Hötker, H., Krüger, O., Marzluff, J., Møller, A.P., Nakagawa, S., Phillips, R.A., Radford, A.N., Roulin, A., Török, J., Valencia, J., van de Pol, M., Warkentin, I.G., Winney, I.S., Wood, A.G., Griesser, M.: Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction. Evolution. 70, 296-313 (2016).
Mourocq, Emeline, Bize, Pierre, Bouwhuis, Sandra, Bradley, Russell, Charmantier, Anne, de la Cruz, Carlos, Drobniak, Szymon M., Espie, Richard H. M., Herényi, Márton, Hötker, Hermann, Krüger, Oliver, Marzluff, John, Møller, Anders P., Nakagawa, Shinichi, Phillips, Richard A., Radford, Andrew N., Roulin, Alexandre, Török, János, Valencia, Juliana, van de Pol, Martijn, Warkentin, Ian G., Winney, Isabel S., Wood, Andrew G., and Griesser, Michael. “Life span and reproductive cost explain interspecific variation in the optimal onset of reproduction”. Evolution 70.2 (2016): 296-313.

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