Hubert G. Schwabl

Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
neuroendocrinology, phenotypic plasticity, maternal effects,
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Michelle L. Beck grad student WSU
Jeremy R. Egbert grad student WSU
Marisa O. King grad student WSU
Willow R. Lindsay grad student WSU
Amy Poopatanapong grad student WSU
Megan L. Seifert grad student WSU
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Enbody ED, Sin SYW, Boersma J, et al. (2022) The evolutionary history and mechanistic basis of female ornamentation in a tropical songbird. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Boersma J, Jones JA, Enbody ED, et al. (2022) Male White-shouldered Fairywrens (Malurus alboscapulatus) elevate androgens greater when courting females than during territorial challenges. Hormones and Behavior. 142: 105158
Goymann W, Schwabl H. (2021) The tyranny of phylogeny-A plea for a less dogmatic stance on two-species comparisons: Funding bodies, journals and referees discourage two- or few-species comparisons, but such studies provide essential insights complementary to phylogenetic comparative studies. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. e2100071
Schwabl H, Partecke J. (2020) Developmental programming of the adrenocortical stress response by yolk testosterone depends on sex and life history stage. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 223
Khalil S, Welklin JF, McGraw KJ, et al. (2020) Testosterone regulates -linked carotenoid signal expression in male red-backed fairywrens (). Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20201687
Partecke J, Hegyi G, Fitze PS, et al. (2020) Maternal effects and urbanization: Variation of yolk androgens and immunoglobulin in city and forest blackbirds. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 2213-2224
Boersma J, Enbody ED, Jones JA, et al. (2020) Testosterone induces plumage ornamentation followed by enhanced territoriality in a female songbird Behavioral Ecology
Enbody ED, Boersma J, Schwabl H, et al. (2018) Female ornamentation is associated with elevated aggression and testosterone in a tropical songbird Behavioral Ecology. 29: 1056-1066
Lantz SM, Boersma J, Schwabl H, et al. (2017) Early-moulting Red-backed Fairywren males acquire ornamented plumage in the absence of elevated androgens Emu - Austral Ornithology. 117: 170-180
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
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