Willow R. Lindsay, Ph.D.

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Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
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Hubert G. Schwabl grad student Washington State University, Pullman WA
Hubert Schwabl grad student 2010 WSU
 (Hormonal regulation of male reproductive phenotype in a cooperatively breeding tropical bird.)
Lainy B. Day post-doc University of Mississippi
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Lindsay WR, Barron DG, Webster MS, et al. (2016) Testosterone activates sexual dimorphism including male-typical carotenoid but not melanin plumage pigmentation in a female bird. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 3091-3099
Day LB, Lindsay WR. (2016) Associations between Manakin Display Complexity and Both Body and Brain Size Challenge Assumptions of Allometric Correction: A Response to Gutierrez-Ibanez et al. (2016). Brain, Behavior and Evolution
Friscia A, Sanin GD, Lindsay WR, et al. (2016) Adaptive evolution of a derived radius morphology in manakins (Aves, Pipridae) to support acrobatic display behavior. Journal of Morphology
Fuxjager MJ, Eaton J, Lindsay WR, et al. (2015) Evolutionary patterns of adaptive acrobatics and physical performance predict expression profiles of androgen receptor - but not oestrogen receptor - in the forelimb musculature. Functional Ecology. 29: 1197-1208
Lindsay WR, Houck JT, Giuliano CE, et al. (2015) Acrobatic courtship display coevolves with brain size in manakins (Pipridae). Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 85: 29-36
Fuxjager MJ, Eaton J, Lindsay WR, et al. (2015) Evolutionary patterns of adaptive acrobatics and physical performance predict expression profiles of androgen receptor - but not oestrogen receptor - in the forelimb musculature Functional Ecology
Schwabl H, Dowling J, Baldassarre DT, et al. (2015) Variation in song system anatomy and androgen levels does not correspond to song characteristics in a tropical songbird Animal Behaviour. 104: 39-50
Schwabl H, Lindsay WR, Barron DG, et al. (2014) Endocrine correlates of mate choice and promiscuity in females of a socially monogamous avian mating system with alternative male reproductive phenotypes Current Zoology. 60: 804-815
Varian-Ramos CW, Lindsay WR, Karubian J, et al. (2012) Female Red-backed Fairy-wrens (Malurus melanocephalus) do not appear to pay a cost for high rates of promiscuity Auk. 129: 529-536
Lindsay WR, Webster MS, Schwabl H. (2011) Sexually selected male plumage color is testosterone dependent in a tropical passerine bird, the red-backed fairy-wren (Malurus melanocephalus). Plos One. 6: e26067
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