Ian Stewart, Ph.D.

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Biological Sciences University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
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Stewart IRK, Westneat DF, Barrick RL. (2015) Food Supplementation and Extrapair Paternity in House Sparrows American Midland Naturalist. 174: 278-289
Westneat DF, Bókony V, Burke T, et al. (2014) Multiple aspects of plasticity in clutch size vary among populations of a globally distributed songbird. The Journal of Animal Ecology. 83: 876-87
Robins SC, Stewart I, McNay DE, et al. (2013) α-Tanycytes of the adult hypothalamic third ventricle include distinct populations of FGF-responsive neural progenitors. Nature Communications. 4: 2049
Dawson DA, Ball AD, Spurgin LG, et al. (2013) High-utility conserved avian microsatellite markers enable parentage and population studies across a wide range of species. Bmc Genomics. 14: 176
Stewart IRK, Westneat DF. (2013) Dietary calcium, but not a glutathione inhibitor, affects bib size in juvenile male house sparrows Condor. 115: 921-930
Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Krupa AP, et al. (2012) Microsatellite resources for Passeridae species: a predicted microsatellite map of the house sparrow Passer domesticus. Molecular Ecology Resources. 12: 501-23
Wetzel DP, Stewart IR, Westneat DF. (2012) Heterozygosity predicts clutch and egg size but not plasticity in a house sparrow population with no evidence of inbreeding. Molecular Ecology. 21: 406-20
Schrey AW, Grispo M, Awad M, et al. (2011) Broad-scale latitudinal patterns of genetic diversity among native European and introduced house sparrow (Passer domesticus) populations. Molecular Ecology. 20: 1133-43
Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Küpper C, et al. (2010) New methods to identify conserved microsatellite loci and develop primer sets of high cross-species utility - as demonstrated for birds. Molecular Ecology Resources. 10: 475-94
Westneat DF, Stewart IR, Hatch MI. (2009) Complex interactions among temporal variables affect the plasticity of clutch size in a multi-brooded bird. Ecology. 90: 1162-74
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