High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws

Bauch C, Boonekamp JJ, Korsten P, Mulder E, Verhulst S (2020)
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Bauch, Christina; Boonekamp, Jelle J.; Korsten, PeterUniBi ; Mulder, Ellis; Verhulst, Simon
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2020
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Bauch C, Boonekamp JJ, Korsten P, Mulder E, Verhulst S. High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws. bioRxiv. 2020.
Bauch, C., Boonekamp, J. J., Korsten, P., Mulder, E., & Verhulst, S. (2020). High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws. bioRxiv. doi:10.1101/2020.12.16.423128
Bauch, C., Boonekamp, J. J., Korsten, P., Mulder, E., and Verhulst, S. (2020). High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws. bioRxiv.
Bauch, C., et al., 2020. High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws. bioRxiv.
C. Bauch, et al., “High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws”, bioRxiv, 2020.
Bauch, C., Boonekamp, J.J., Korsten, P., Mulder, E., Verhulst, S.: High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws. bioRxiv. (2020).
Bauch, Christina, Boonekamp, Jelle J., Korsten, Peter, Mulder, Ellis, and Verhulst, Simon. “High heritability of telomere length, but low evolvability, and no significant heritability of telomere shortening in wild jackdaws”. bioRxiv (2020).

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