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Mediation of a corticosterone-induced reproductive conflict
OP Love, CW Breuner, F Vézina, TD Williams
Hormones and behavior 46 (1), 59-65, 2004
2352004
Acclimation to different thermal conditions in a northerly wintering shorebird is driven by body mass-related changes in organ size
F Vézina, KM Jalvingh, A Dekinga, T Piersma
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (16), 3141-3154, 2006
1612006
Follicular Development and Plasma Yolk Precursor Dynamics through the Laying Cycle in the European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
WO Challenger, TD Williams, JK Christians, F Vézina
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74 (3), 356-365, 2001
1112001
Plasticity in body composition in breeding birds: what drives the metabolic costs of egg production?
F Vézina, TD Williams
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76 (5), 716-730, 2003
1072003
Metabolic Costs of Egg Production in the European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
F Vézina, TD Williams
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 75 (4), 377-385, 2002
952002
Thermogenic side effects to migratory predisposition in shorebirds
F Vézina, KM Jalvingh, A Dekinga, T Piersma
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2007
872007
The metabolic cost of egg production is repeatable
F Vézina, TD Williams
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (13), 2533-2538, 2005
862005
Individual variation in plasma estradiol-17β and androgen levels during egg formation in the European starling Sturnus vulgaris: implications for regulation of yolk steroids
TD Williams, AS Kitaysky, F Vézina
General and comparative endocrinology 136 (3), 346-352, 2004
862004
What causes the decrease in haematocrit during egg production?
TD Williams, WO Challenger, JK Christians, M Evanson, O Love, F Vezina
Functional Ecology, 330-336, 2004
832004
Interaction between organ mass and citrate synthase activity as an indicator of tissue maximal oxidative capacity in breeding European starlings: implications for metabolic …
F Vézina, TD Williams
Functional Ecology, 119-128, 2005
812005
Hormonal correlates and thermoregulatory consequences of molting on metabolic rate in a northerly wintering shorebird
F Vézina, A Gustowska, KM Jalvingh, O Chastel, T Piersma
Physiological and biochemical zoology 82 (2), 129-142, 2009
802009
Phenotype manipulations confirm the role of pectoral muscles and haematocrit in avian maximal thermogenic capacity
M Petit, F Vézina
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (6), 824-830, 2014
792014
Environmental, ecological and mechanistic drivers of avian seasonal metabolic flexibility in response to cold winters
DL Swanson, F Vézina
Journal of Ornithology 156, 377-388, 2015
762015
How low can you go? An adaptive energetic framework for interpreting basal metabolic rate variation in endotherms
DL Swanson, AE McKechnie, F Vézina
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 187, 1039-1056, 2017
702017
Limited access to food and physiological trade-offs in a long-distance migrant shorebird. II. Constitutive immune function and the acute-phase response
DM Buehler, F Encinas-Viso, M Petit, F Vézina, BI Tieleman, T Piersma
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82 (5), 561-571, 2009
702009
Intra-seasonal flexibility in avian metabolic performance highlights the uncoupling of basal metabolic rate and thermogenic capacity
M Petit, A Lewden, F Vézina
PLoS One 8 (6), e68292, 2013
692013
Shorebirds’ seasonal adjustments in thermogenic capacity are reflected by changes in body mass: how preprogrammed and instantaneous acclimation work together
F Vézina, A Dekinga, T Piersma
Integrative and Comparative Biology 51 (3), 394-408, 2011
692011
Increasing winter maximal metabolic rate improves intrawinter survival in small birds
M Petit, S Clavijo-Baquet, F Vézina
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90 (2), 166-177, 2017
632017
How does flexibility in body composition relate to seasonal changes in metabolic performance in a small passerine wintering at northern latitude?
M Petit, A Lewden, F Vézina
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87 (4), 539-549, 2014
632014
Independence among physiological traits suggests flexibility in the face of ecological demands on phenotypes
DM Buehler, F Vézina, W Goymann, I Schwabl, M Versteegh, BI Tieleman, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (8), 1600-1613, 2012
632012
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