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Corticosterone levels in host and parasite nestlings: is brood parasitism a hormonal stressor?

(2012) HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 61(4). p.590-597
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IN-HOUSE SPARROWS, Nestling competition, SHORT-TERM NEED, BEGGING BEHAVIOR, PARENTAL-CARE, CUCULUS-CANORUS, HEADED COWBIRD NESTLINGS, BASE-LINE CORTICOSTERONE, Pica pica, Cuckoo, Nestling development, Corvus corone, Corticosterone, Clamator glandarius, GREAT-SPOTTED-CUCKOOS, WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW, SWALLOW HIRUNDO-RUSTICA

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Ibáñez-Álamo, Juan Diego, Liesbeth De Neve, María Roldán, et al. “Corticosterone Levels in Host and Parasite Nestlings: Is Brood Parasitism a Hormonal Stressor?” HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 61.4 (2012): 590–597. Print.
APA
Ibáñez-Álamo, J. D., De Neve, L., Roldán, M., Rodríguez, J., Trouvé, C., Chastel, O., & Soler, M. (2012). Corticosterone levels in host and parasite nestlings: is brood parasitism a hormonal stressor? HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR, 61(4), 590–597.
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Ibáñez-Álamo, Juan Diego, Liesbeth De Neve, María Roldán, Juan Rodríguez, Colette Trouvé, Olivier Chastel, and Manuel Soler. 2012. “Corticosterone Levels in Host and Parasite Nestlings: Is Brood Parasitism a Hormonal Stressor?” Hormones and Behavior 61 (4): 590–597.
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Ibáñez-Álamo, Juan Diego, Liesbeth De Neve, María Roldán, Juan Rodríguez, Colette Trouvé, Olivier Chastel, and Manuel Soler. 2012. “Corticosterone Levels in Host and Parasite Nestlings: Is Brood Parasitism a Hormonal Stressor?” Hormones and Behavior 61 (4): 590–597.
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Ibáñez-Álamo JD, De Neve L, Roldán M, Rodríguez J, Trouvé C, Chastel O, et al. Corticosterone levels in host and parasite nestlings: is brood parasitism a hormonal stressor? HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 2012;61(4):590–7.
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J. D. Ibáñez-Álamo et al., “Corticosterone levels in host and parasite nestlings: is brood parasitism a hormonal stressor?,” HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR, vol. 61, no. 4, pp. 590–597, 2012.
@article{3194996,
  author       = {Ibáñez-Álamo, Juan Diego and De Neve, Liesbeth and Roldán, María and Rodríguez, Juan and Trouvé, Colette and Chastel, Olivier and Soler, Manuel},
  issn         = {0018-506X},
  journal      = {HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR},
  keywords     = {IN-HOUSE SPARROWS,Nestling competition,SHORT-TERM NEED,BEGGING BEHAVIOR,PARENTAL-CARE,CUCULUS-CANORUS,HEADED COWBIRD NESTLINGS,BASE-LINE CORTICOSTERONE,Pica pica,Cuckoo,Nestling development,Corvus corone,Corticosterone,Clamator glandarius,GREAT-SPOTTED-CUCKOOS,WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW,SWALLOW HIRUNDO-RUSTICA},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {590--597},
  title        = {Corticosterone levels in host and parasite nestlings: is brood parasitism a hormonal stressor?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.yhbeh.2012.02.008},
  volume       = {61},
  year         = {2012},
}

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