Anne Peters
Anne Peters
Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Monash University, Australia
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Declining body size: a third universal response to warming?
JL Gardner, A Peters, MR Kearney, L Joseph, R Heinsohn
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (6), 285-291, 2011
Life history trade-offs are influenced by the diversity, availability and interactions of dietary antioxidants
C Catoni, A Peters, H Martin Schaefer
Animal Behaviour 76 (4), 1107-1119, 2008
Testosterone treatment is immunosuppressive in superb fairy–wrens, yet free–living males with high testosterone are more immunocompetent
A Peters
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 267 (1446 …, 2000
Sources of individual variation in plasma testosterone levels
B Kempenaers, A Peters, K Foerster
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
Carotenoid‐based bill colour as an indicator of immunocompetence and sperm performance in male mallards
A Peters, AG Denk, K Delhey, B Kempenaers
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 (5), 1111-1120, 2004
Paternity analysis reveals opposing selection pressures on crown coloration in the blue tit (Parus caeruleus)
K Delhey, A Johnsen, A Peters, S Andersson, B Kempenaers
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 270 (1528 …, 2003
Visual mimicry of host nestlings by cuckoos
NE Langmore, M Stevens, G Maurer, R Heinsohn, ML Hall, A Peters, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 278 (1717 …, 2011
The evolution of egg rejection by cuckoo hosts in Australia and Europe
NE Langmore, RM Kilner, SHM Butchart, G Maurer, NB Davies, ...
Behavioral Ecology 16 (4), 686-692, 2005
Coordination between the sexes for territorial defence in a duetting fairy-wren
ML Hall, A Peters
Animal Behaviour 76 (1), 65-73, 2008
Trade‐Offs between Immune Investment and Sexual Signaling in Male Mallards
A Peters, K Delhey, AG Denk, B Kempenaers
The American Naturalist 164 (1), 51-59, 2004
Paternity in mallards: effects of sperm quality and female sperm selection for inbreeding avoidance
AG Denk, A Holzmann, A Peters, ELM Vermeirssen, B Kempenaers
Behavioral Ecology 16 (5), 825-833, 2005
Testosterone is involved in acquisition and maintenance of sexually selected male plumage in superb fairy-wrens, Malurus cyaneus
A Peters, LB Astheimer, CRJ Boland, A Cockburn
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 47, 438-445, 2000
Fruit for health: the effect of flavonoids on humoral immune response and food selection in a frugivorous bird
C Catoni, HM Schaefer, A Peters
Functional Ecology, 649-654, 2008
Male sexual attractiveness and parental effort in blue tits: a test of the differential allocation hypothesis
A Johnsen, K Delhey, E Schlicht, A Peters, B Kempenaers
Animal Behaviour 70 (4), 877-888, 2005
Early‐life telomere length predicts lifespan and lifetime reproductive success in a wild bird
JR Eastwood, ML Hall, N Teunissen, SA Kingma, N Hidalgo Aranzamendi, ...
Molecular Ecology, 1127-1137, 2019
Cosmetic coloration in birds: occurrence, function, and evolution
K Delhey, A Peters, B Kempenaers
the american naturalist 169 (S1), S145-S158, 2007
Multiple benefits of cooperative breeding in purple‐crowned fairy‐wrens: a consequence of fidelity?
SA Kingma, ML Hall, E Arriero, A Peters
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (4), 757-768, 2010
Seasonal changes in blue tit crown color: do they signal individual quality?
K Delhey, A Peters, A Johnsen, B Kempenaers
Behavioral Ecology 17 (5), 790-798, 2006
Male Songbird Indicates Body Size with Low-Pitched Advertising Songs
ML Hall, SA Kingma, A Peters
PLOS ONE 8 (2), e56717, 2013
The annual testosterone profile in cooperatively breeding superb fairy-wrens, Malurus cyaneus, reflects their extreme infidelity
A Peters, LB Astheimer, A Cockburn
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50, 519-527, 2001
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