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- Carotenoid diet and nestling provisioning in urban and rural great tits, Parus major.
- Carotenoid pigmentation does not reflect total non-enzymatic antioxidant activity in plasma of adult and nestling great tits, Parus major.
- Sexual, seasonal, and environmental variation in plasma carotenoids in great tits, Parus major.
- Carotenoid intake does not mediate a relationship between Reactive Oxygen Species and bright coloration: Experimental test in a lizard.
- Egg yolk carotenoids in relation to habitat and reproductive investment in the great tit, Parus major.
- Free radical run in lizard families
- Oxidative stress does not influence carotenoid mobilization and plumage pigmentation.
- Sex and age differences in reflectance and biochemistry of carotenoid-based colour variation in the great tit Parus major.
- Carotenoid-based colours reflect stress response in the common lizard.
- Free Radicals Run in Lizard Families without (and perhaps with) mitochondrial uncoupling.
- Polymorphic ROS scavenging revealed by CCCP in a lizard.
- The impact of urban environment on oxidative damage (TBARS) and enzymatic and non-enzymatic defence system in lungs and liver of great tits, Parus major.
- The life-cycle of carotenoids: from plants to birds.
- Variation in Levels of Reactive Oxygen Species is explained by family, sex and clutch size.
- Androgens during development in a bird species with extremely sexually dimorphic growth, the brown songlark, Cinclorhamphus cruralis.
- Pollution and its impact on wild animals: a meta-analysis on oxidative stress physiology.
- Repeatable in plasma testosterone concentration and its links to aggression in a social lizard.
- Explaining variance of avian malaria infection in the wild: the importance of host density, habitat, individual life-history and oxidative stress
- Opposing effects on glutathione and reactive oxygen metabolites of sex, habitat, and spring date, but no effect of increased breeding density in great tits (Parus major).
- Aggression, but not testosterone, is associated to oxidative status in a free-living vertebrate.
- Oxidative stress physiology in relation to life-history traits of a free-living vertebrate: the spotted snow skink, Niveoscincus ocellatus.
- The challenges of integrating oxidative stress into life history biology.