Robert Tamarin

Affiliations: 
Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
behavior
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Ebensperger LA, Botto-Mahan C, Tamarin RH. (2000) Nonparental infanticide in meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus: The influence of nutritional benefits Ethology Ecology and Evolution. 12: 149-160
Fortier GM, Tamarin RH. (1998) Movement of meadow voles in response to food and density manipulations: A test of the food-defense and pup-defense hypotheses Journal of Mammalogy. 79: 337-345
Gaines MS, Diffendorfer JE, Tamarin RH, et al. (1997) The effects of habitat fragmentation on the genetic structure of small mammal populations. The Journal of Heredity. 88: 294-304
Ebensperger LA, Tamarin RH. (1997) Use of fluorescent powder to infer mating activity of male rodents Journal of Mammalogy. 78: 888-893
Fortier GM, Erskine MS, Tamarin RH. (1996) Female familiarity influences odor preferences and plasma estradiol levels in the meadow vole, Microtus pennsylvanicus. Physiology & Behavior. 59: 205-8
Fortier GM, Erskine MS, Tamarin RH. (1996) Hormonal correlates of receptivity in female meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus Journal of Mammalogy. 77: 404-406
Pugh SR, Ostfeld RS, Tamarin RH. (1993) Reproductive asynchrony and its potential role in the mating system of meadow voles Acta Theriologica. 38: 263-271
Pugh SR, Tamarin RH. (1991) A comparison of population characteristics and reproductive success of resident and immigrant meadow voles Canadian Journal of Zoology. 69: 2638-2643
Hoogland JL, Tamarin RH, Levy CK. (1989) Communal nursing in prairie dogs Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 24: 91-95
Sheridan M, Tamarin RH. (1988) Space use, longevity, and reproductive success in meadow voles Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 22: 85-90
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