Christina Bauch
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Telomere length reflects phenotypic quality and costs of reproduction in a long-lived seabird
C Bauch, PH Becker, S Verhulst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1752), 20122540, 2013
Does oxidative stress shorten telomeres?
JJ Boonekamp, C Bauch, E Mulder, S Verhulst
Biology Letters 13 (5), 20170164, 2017
Timing of initial arrival at the breeding site predicts age at first reproduction in a long-lived migratory bird
PH Becker, T Dittmann, JD Ludwigs, B Limmer, SC Ludwig, C Bauch, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (34), 12349-12352, 2008
Telomere attrition and growth: a life‐history framework and case study in common terns
O Vedder, S Verhulst, C Bauch, S Bouwhuis
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (7), 1409-1419, 2017
Within the genome, long telomeres are more informative than short telomeres with respect to fitness components in a long‐lived seabird
C Bauch, PH Becker, S Verhulst
Molecular ecology 23 (2), 300-310, 2014
Epigenetic inheritance of telomere length in wild birds
C Bauch, JJ Boonekamp, P Korsten, E Mulder, S Verhulst
PLoS genetics 15 (2), e1007827, 2019
Taking the stress out of blood collection: comparison of field blood‐sampling techniques for analysis of baseline corticosterone
JM Arnold, SA Oswald, CC Voigt, R Palme, A Braasch, C Bauch, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 39 (5), 588-592, 2008
Telomere length is repeatable, shortens with age and reproductive success, and predicts remaining lifespan in a long‐lived seabird
C Bichet, S Bouwhuis, C Bauch, S Verhulst, PH Becker, O Vedder
Molecular Ecology 29 (2), 429-441, 2020
Telomere length reflects reproductive effort indicated by corticosterone levels in a long‐lived seabird
C Bauch, J Riechert, S Verhulst, PH Becker
Molecular Ecology 25 (22), 5785-5794, 2016
Telomere length is heritable and genetically correlated with lifespan in a wild bird
O Vedder, M Moiron, C Bichet, C Bauch, S Verhulst, PH Becker, ...
Molecular Ecology 31 (23), 6297-6307, 2022
Breeding experience affects condition: blood metabolite levels over the course of incubation in a seabird
C Bauch, S Kreutzer, PH Becker
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 180, 835-845, 2010
Sex‐specific telomere length and dynamics in relation to age and reproductive success in Cory’s shearwaters
C Bauch, MC Gatt, JP Granadeiro, S Verhulst, P Catry
Molecular Ecology 29 (7), 1344-1357, 2020
‘Same procedure as last year?‘Repeatedly tracked swifts show individual consistency in migration pattern in successive years
AHJ Wellbrock, C Bauch, J Rozman, K Witte
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (6), 897-903, 2017
Buccal swabs as a reliable source of DNA for sexing young and adult Common Swifts (Apus apus)
AHJ Wellbrock, C Bauch, J Rozman, K Witte
Journal of Ornithology 153, 991-994, 2012
High heritability of telomere length and low heritability of telomere shortening in wild birds
C Bauch, JJ Boonekamp, P Korsten, E Mulder, S Verhulst
Molecular Ecology, 2021
Reduced telomere length in offspring of old fathers in a long-lived seabird
S Bouwhuis, S Verhulst, C Bauch, O Vedder
Biology Letters 14 (6), 20180213, 2018
Experimentally increased brood size accelerates actuarial senescence and increases subsequent reproductive effort in a wild bird population
JJ Boonekamp, C Bauch, S Verhulst
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (6), 1395-1407, 2020
“Bug-eggs” for Common Swifts and other small birds: Minimally-invasive and stress-free blood sampling during incubation
C Bauch, AHJ Wellbrock, R Nagel, J Rozman, K Witte
Journal of Ornithology 154, 581-585, 2013
Costs of reproduction and migration are paid in later return to the colony, not in physical condition, in a long-lived seabird
MC Gatt, M Versteegh, C Bauch, BI Tieleman, JP Granadeiro, P Catry
Oecologia 195 (2), 287-297, 2021
Higher mercury contamination is associated with shorter telomeres in a long-lived seabird–A direct effect or a consequence of among-individual variation in phenotypic quality?
C Bauch, MC Gatt, S Verhulst, JP Granadeiro, P Catry
Science of The Total Environment, 156359, 2022
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