Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis

Winternitz J, Abbate JL, Huchard E, Havlíček J, Garamszegi LZ (2017)
Molecular Ecology 26(2): 668-688.

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Winternitz, JamieUniBi ; Abbate, J. L.; Huchard, E.; Havlíček, J.; Garamszegi, L. Z.
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
Molecular Ecology
Band
26
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
668-688
ISSN
0962-1083
eISSN
1365-294X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2950942

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Winternitz J, Abbate JL, Huchard E, Havlíček J, Garamszegi LZ. Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis. Molecular Ecology. 2017;26(2):668-688.
Winternitz, J., Abbate, J. L., Huchard, E., Havlíček, J., & Garamszegi, L. Z. (2017). Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis. Molecular Ecology, 26(2), 668-688. doi:10.1111/mec.13920
Winternitz, J., Abbate, J. L., Huchard, E., Havlíček, J., and Garamszegi, L. Z. (2017). Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis. Molecular Ecology 26, 668-688.
Winternitz, J., et al., 2017. Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis. Molecular Ecology, 26(2), p 668-688.
J. Winternitz, et al., “Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis”, Molecular Ecology, vol. 26, 2017, pp. 668-688.
Winternitz, J., Abbate, J.L., Huchard, E., Havlíček, J., Garamszegi, L.Z.: Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis. Molecular Ecology. 26, 668-688 (2017).
Winternitz, Jamie, Abbate, J. L., Huchard, E., Havlíček, J., and Garamszegi, L. Z. “Patterns of MHC-dependent mate selection in humans and nonhuman primates: a meta-analysis”. Molecular Ecology 26.2 (2017): 668-688.

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