Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size?

Fokkema R, Ubels R, Tinbergen JM (2017)
Ecology and Evolution 7(5): 1410-1420.

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Fokkema, RienkUniBi ; Ubels, Richard; Tinbergen, Joost M.
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2017
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Ecology and Evolution
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7
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5
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1410-1420
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2045-7758
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Fokkema R, Ubels R, Tinbergen JM. Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size? Ecology and Evolution. 2017;7(5):1410-1420.
Fokkema, R., Ubels, R., & Tinbergen, J. M. (2017). Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size? Ecology and Evolution, 7(5), 1410-1420. doi:10.1002/ece3.2752
Fokkema, R., Ubels, R., and Tinbergen, J. M. (2017). Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size? Ecology and Evolution 7, 1410-1420.
Fokkema, R., Ubels, R., & Tinbergen, J.M., 2017. Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size? Ecology and Evolution, 7(5), p 1410-1420.
R. Fokkema, R. Ubels, and J.M. Tinbergen, “Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size?”, Ecology and Evolution, vol. 7, 2017, pp. 1410-1420.
Fokkema, R., Ubels, R., Tinbergen, J.M.: Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size? Ecology and Evolution. 7, 1410-1420 (2017).
Fokkema, Rienk, Ubels, Richard, and Tinbergen, Joost M. “Is parental competitive ability in winter negatively affected by previous springs’ family size?”. Ecology and Evolution 7.5 (2017): 1410-1420.

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Fokkema RW, Ubels R, Both C, de Felici L, Tinbergen JM., Ecol Evol 8(17), 2018
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