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The trade-off between biting and singing performance in finches explained by biomechanical modelling

Sam Van Wassenbergh (UGent) , Paul Devos (UGent) , Anthony Herrel (UGent) and Dominique Adriaens (UGent)
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Van Wassenbergh, Sam, Paul Devos, Anthony Herrel, and Dominique Adriaens. 2017. “The Trade-off Between Biting and Singing Performance in Finches Explained by Biomechanical Modelling.” In SICB 2017 Annual Meeting Abstracts (The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology), 433–433.
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Van Wassenbergh, Sam, Devos, P., Herrel, A., & Adriaens, D. (2017). The trade-off between biting and singing performance in finches explained by biomechanical modelling. SICB 2017 Annual Meeting Abstracts (The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology) (pp. 433–433). Presented at the SICB 2017 Annual Meeting Abstracts (The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology).
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Van Wassenbergh S, Devos P, Herrel A, Adriaens D. The trade-off between biting and singing performance in finches explained by biomechanical modelling. SICB 2017 Annual Meeting Abstracts (The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology). 2017. p. 433–433.
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Van Wassenbergh, Sam, Paul Devos, Anthony Herrel, et al. “The Trade-off Between Biting and Singing Performance in Finches Explained by Biomechanical Modelling.” SICB 2017 Annual Meeting Abstracts (The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology). 2017. 433–433. Print.
@inproceedings{8546527,
  author       = {Van Wassenbergh, Sam and Devos, Paul and Herrel, Anthony and Adriaens, Dominique},
  booktitle    = {SICB 2017 Annual Meeting Abstracts (The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology)},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {New Orleans, Louisiana, USA},
  pages        = {433--433},
  title        = {The trade-off between biting and singing performance in finches explained by biomechanical modelling},
  year         = {2017},
}