Michael Briga
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Oxidative stress and life histories: unresolved issues and current needs
JR Speakman, JD Blount, AM Bronikowski, R Buffenstein, C Isaksson, ...
Ecology and Evolution 5 (24), 5745-5757, 2015
Care for kin: within-group relatedness and allomaternal care are positively correlated and conserved throughout the mammalian phylogeny
M Briga, I Pen, J Wright
Biology Letters 8 (4), 533-536, 2012
Food availability affects adult survival trajectories depending on early developmental conditions
M Briga, E Koetsier, JJ Boonekamp, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1846), 20162287, 2017
Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities
SC Griffith, OL Crino, SC Andrew, FY Nomano, E Adkins‐Regan, ...
Ethology 123 (1), 1-29, 2017
Large diurnal temperature range increases bird sensitivity to climate change
M Briga, S Verhulst
Scientific Reports 5, 16600, 2015
What can long-lived mutants tell us about mechanisms causing aging and lifespan variation in natural environments?
M Briga, S Verhulst
Experimental Gerontology 71, 21-26, 2015
Heritability of telomere length in the zebra finch
E Atema, E Mulder, HL Dugdale, M Briga, AJ van Noordwijk, S Verhulst
Journal of Ornithology 156 (4), 1113-1123, 2015
Bill redness is positively associated with reproduction and survival in male and female zebra finches
MJP Simons, M Briga, E Koetsier, R Folkertsma, MD Wubs, C Dijkstra, ...
PLoS One 7 (7), e40721, 2012
Effects of early developmental conditions on innate immunity are only evident under favourable adult conditions in zebra finches
G De Coster, S Verhulst, E Koetsier, L De Neve, M Briga, L Lens
Naturwissenschaften 98, 1049-1056, 2011
Individual variation in metabolic reaction norms over ambient temperature causes low correlation between basal and standard metabolic rate
M Briga, S Verhulst
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (18), 3280-3289, 2017
Within-individual repeatability in telomere length: a meta-analysis in non-mammalian vertebrates
T Kärkkäinen, M Briga, T Laaksonen, A Stier
Molecular Ecology 31 (23), 6339-6359, 2022
Male but not female zebra finches with high plasma corticosterone have lower survival
B Jimeno, M Briga, M Hau, S Verhulst
Functional Ecology 32 (3), 713-721, 2018
Context dependent effects of carotenoid supplementation on reproduction of zebra finches
MJP Simons, M Briga, B Leenknegt, S Verhulst
Behavioral Ecology 25 (4), 945-950, 2014
Baseline glucose level is an individual trait that is negatively associated with lifespan and increases due to adverse environmental conditions during development and adulthood
B Montoya, M Briga, B Jimeno, S Moonen, S Verhulst
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 188 (3), 517-526, 2018
Effects of developmental conditions on glucocorticoid concentrations in adulthood depend on sex and foraging conditions
B Jimeno, M Briga, S Verhulst, M Hau
Hormones and Behavior 93, 175-183, 2017
Coupling lifespan and aging? The age at onset of body mass decline associates positively with sex-specific lifespan but negatively with environment-specific lifespan
M Briga, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Experimental Gerontology 119, 111-119, 2019
Stabilizing survival selection on presenescent expression of a sexual ornament followed by a terminal decline
MJP Simons, M Briga, S Verhulst
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (7), 1368-1378, 2016
Growing up and growing old: A longitudinal study on aging in zebra finches
M Briga
University of Groningen, 2016
What have humans done for evolutionary biology? Contributions from genes to populations
M Briga, RM Griffin, V Berger, JE Pettay, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284 (1866), 20171164, 2017
The heuristic value of redundancy models of aging
JJ Boonekamp, M Briga, S Verhulst
Experimental Gerontology 71, 95-102, 2015
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