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What molecules can tell us about populations: choosing andusing a molecular marker
PG Parker, AA Snow, MD Schug, GC Booton, PA Fuerst
Ecology 79 (2), 361-382, 1998
7881998
Phenotypic engineering: using hormones to explore the mechanistic and functional bases of phenotypic variation in nature
ED Ketterson, V Nolan Jr, MJ Cawthorn, PG Parker, C Ziegenfus
Ibis 138 (1), 70-86, 1996
2681996
Disease ecology in the Galápagos Hawk (Buteo galapagoensis): host genetic diversity, parasite load and natural antibodies
NK Whiteman, KD Matson, JL Bollmer, PG Parker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1588), 797-804, 2006
2582006
Using parasites to infer host population history: a new rationale for parasite conservation
NK Whiteman, PG Parker
Animal conservation forum 8 (2), 175-181, 2005
2232005
Physiological effects on demography: a long-term experimental study of testosterone’s effects on fitness
WL Reed, ME Clark, PG Parker, SA Raouf, N Arguedas, DS Monk, ...
The American Naturalist 167 (5), 667-683, 2006
2212006
Shared paternity revealed by genetic analysis in cooperatively breeding tropical wrens
PP Rabenold, KN Rabenold, WH Piper, J Haydock, SW Zack
Nature 348 (6301), 538-540, 1990
2161990
Testosterone affects reproductive success by influencing extra–pair fertilizations in male dark–eyed juncos (Aves: Junco hyemalis)
SA Raouf, PG Parker, ED Ketterson, V Nolan Jr, C Ziegenfus
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
2091997
Correlational selection leads to genetic integration of body size and an attractive plumage trait in dark‐eyed juncos
JW McGlothlin, PG Parker, V Nolan, ED Ketterson
Evolution 59 (3), 658-671, 2005
1822005
Worldwide phylogenetic relationship of avian poxviruses
M Gyuranecz, JT Foster, Á Dán, HS Ip, KF Egstad, PG Parker, ...
Journal of virology 87 (9), 4938-4951, 2013
1542013
Co‐phylogeography and comparative population genetics of the threatened Galápagos hawk and three ectoparasite species: ecology shapes population histories within parasite …
NK Whiteman, RT Kimball, PG Parker
Molecular Ecology 16 (22), 4759-4773, 2007
1542007
Plasmodium blood parasite found in endangered Galapagos penguins (Spheniscus mendiculus)
II Levin, DC Outlaw, FH Vargas, PG Parker
Biological Conservation 142 (12), 3191-3195, 2009
1442009
Flexible social structure of a desert rodent, Rhombomys opimus: philopatry, kinship, and ecological constraints
JA Randall, K Rogovin, PG Parker, JA Eimes
Behavioral Ecology 16 (6), 961-973, 2005
1422005
Multiple Lineages of Avian Malaria Parasites (Plasmodium) in the Galapagos Islands and Evidence for Arrival via Migratory Birds
II Levin, P Zwiers, SL Deem, EA Geest, JM Higashiguchi, TA Iezhova, ...
Conservation Biology 27 (6), 1366-1377, 2013
1372013
Mode and rate of evolution of haemosporidian mitochondrial genomes: timing the radiation of avian parasites
MA Pacheco, NE Matta, G Valkiūnas, PG Parker, B Mello, CE Stanley Jr, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 35 (2), 383-403, 2018
1322018
Social networks in the lek-mating wire-tailed manakin (Pipra filicauda)
TB Ryder, DB McDonald, JG Blake, PG Parker, BA Loiselle
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1641), 1367-1374, 2008
1312008
Confirmation of cooperative polyandry in the Galapagos hawk (Buteo galapagoensis)
J Faaborg, PG Parker, L DeLay, TJ De Vries, JC Bednarz, S Maria Paz, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36, 83-90, 1995
1301995
It takes two to tango: reproductive skew and social correlates of male mating success in a lek-breeding bird
TB Ryder, PG Parker, JG Blake, BA Loiselle
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1666), 2377-2384, 2009
1292009
Recruitment to food in black vultures: evidence for following from communal roosts
PP Rabenold
Animal Behaviour 35 (6), 1775-1785, 1987
1291987
Effects of host sociality on ectoparasite population biology
NK Whiteman, PG Parker
Journal of Parasitology 90 (5), 939-947, 2004
1262004
Sexual selection and extrapair fertilization in a socially monogamous passerine, the zebra finch (Taeniopygia gullata)
NT Burley, PG Parker, K Lundy
Behavioral Ecology 7 (2), 218-226, 1996
1261996
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