Barbara Ballentine, Ph.D.

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Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC, United States 
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Greenberg R, Cammen KM, Wilson AG, et al. (2016) Geographic population structure and subspecific boundaries in a tidal marsh sparrow Conservation Genetics. 1-11
Gkoo KW, Greenberg R, Ballentine B. (2013) Mechanisms of song divergence between swamp sparrow subspecies Behaviour. 150: 1165-1181
Searcy WA, Ballentine B, Anderson RC, et al. (2013) Limits to reliability in avian aggressive signals Behaviour. 150: 1129-1145
Ballentine B, Horton B, Brown ET, et al. (2013) Divergent selection on bill morphology contributes to nonrandom mating between swamp sparrow subspecies Animal Behaviour. 86: 467-473
Angelier F, Ballentine B, Holberton RL, et al. (2011) What drives variation in the corticosterone stress response between subspecies? A common garden experiment of swamp sparrows (Melospiza georgiana). Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24: 1274-83
Ballentine B, Greenberg R. (2010) Common garden experiment reveals genetic control of phenotypic divergence between swamp sparrow subspecies that lack divergence in neutral genotypes. Plos One. 5: e10229
Ballentine B. (2009) The ability to perform physically challenging songs predicts age and size in male swamp sparrows, Melospiza georgiana Animal Behaviour. 77: 973-978
Ballentine B, Searcy WA, Nowicki S. (2008) Reliable aggressive signalling in swamp sparrows Animal Behaviour. 75: 693-703
Ballentine B. (2006) Morphological adaptation influences the evolution of a mating signal. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 60: 1936-44
Estep LK, Mays H, Keyser AJ, et al. (2005) Effects of breeding density and plumage coloration on mate guarding and cuckoldry in blue grosbeaks (Passerina caerulea) Canadian Journal of Zoology. 83: 1143-1148
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