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A quantitative analysis of objective feather colour assessment: measurements in the lab are more reliable than in the field

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Aug 12, 2014

Iker Vaquero-AlbaSasha R. X. Dall

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The evolution of animal colouration is importantly driven by sexual selection operating on traits used to transmit information to rivals and potential mates, which therefore, have major impacts on fitness. Reflectance spectrometry has become a standard colour-measuring tool, especially ...read more

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Sampling - Surgical Action
NOVA2 gene
Neuro-Oncological Ventral Antigen 2
Evaluation
Reaction to Colouring
Feathers
Barn Swallow
Patterns
Ilex paraguayensis homeopathic preparation
Reflection Spectrometry
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  • A quantitative analysis of objective feather colour assessment: measurements in the lab are more reliable than in the field

    bioRxiv

    Aug 12, 2014

    Iker Vaquero-AlbaSasha R. X. Dall

    PMID: 990007914

    DOI: 10.1101/007914

    Abstract

    The evolution of animal colouration is importantly driven by sexual selection operating on traits used to transmit information to rivals and potential mates, which therefore, have major impacts on fitness. Reflectance spectrometry has become a standard colour-measuring tool, especially ...read more

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    Sampling - Surgical Action
    NOVA2 gene
    Neuro-Oncological Ventral Antigen 2
    Evaluation
    Reaction to Colouring
    4
    43

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