Erik Enbody
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Multiple hypotheses explain variation in extra‐pair paternity at different levels in a single bird family
L Brouwer, M van de Pol, NH Aranzamendi, G Bain, DT Baldassarre, ...
Molecular Ecology 26 (23), 6717-6729, 2017
Recurrent convergent evolution at amino acid residue 261 in fish rhodopsin
J Hill, ED Enbody, ME Pettersson, CG Sprehn, D Bekkevold, A Folkvord, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (37), 18473-18478, 2019
Production of plumage ornaments among males and females of two closely related tropical passerine bird species
ED Enbody, SM Lantz, J Karubian
Ecology and evolution 7 (11), 4024-4034, 2017
Female ornamentation is associated with elevated aggression and testosterone in a tropical songbird
ED Enbody, J Boersma, H Schwabl, J Karubian
Behavioral Ecology 29 (5), 1056-1066, 2018
Social organisation and breeding biology of the White-shouldered Fairywren (Malurus alboscapulatus)
ED Enbody, J Boersma, JA Jones, MWH Chatfield, S Ketaloya, D Nason, ...
Emu-Austral Ornithology 119 (3), 274-285, 2019
Testosterone induces plumage ornamentation followed by enhanced territoriality in a female songbird
J Boersma, ED Enbody, JA Jones, D Nason, E Lopez-Contreras, ...
Behavioral Ecology 31 (5), 1233-1241, 2020
Plumage iridescence is associated with distinct feather microbiota in a tropical passerine
VG Javůrková, ED Enbody, J Kreisinger, K Chmel, J Mrázek, J Karubian
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
Structure and Characterization of Phosphoglucomutase 5 from Atlantic and Baltic Herring—An Inactive Enzyme with Intact Substrate Binding
R Gustafsson, U Eckhard, W Ye, ED Enbody, M Pettersson, P Jemth, ...
Biomolecules 10 (12), 1631, 2020
Evolution of Female Ornamentation in the White-Shouldered Fairywren (Malurus alboscapulatus)
ED Enbody
Tulane University School of Science and Engineering, 2018
Factors Affecting the Predation of Avian Nests by Red Squirrels (Tamiasciurus Hudsonicus)
E Enbody
Colorado College., 2012
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