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1. Cornell, A; Gibson, KF; Williams, TD2017Physiological maturity at a critical life-history transition and flight ability at fledgingFunctional Ecology 31: 662-670
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2. Eng, ML; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE2017In ovo tris(2-butoxyethyl) phosphate concentrations significantly decrease in late incubation after a single exposure via injection, with no evidence of effects on hatching success or latent effects on growth or reproduction in zebra finchesEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry 36: 83-88
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3. Griffith, SC; Crino, OL; Andrew, SC; Nomano, FY; Adkins-Regan, E; Alonso-Alvarez, C; Bailey, IE; Bittner, SS; Bolton, PE; Boner, W; Boogert, N; Boucaud, ICA; Briga, M; Buchanan, KL; Caspers, BA; Cichon, M; Clayton, DF; Deregnaucourt, S; Forstmeier, W; Guillette, LM; Hartley, IR; Healy, SD; Hill, DL; Holveck, MJ; Hurley, LL; Ihle, M; Krause, ET; Mainwaring, MC; Marasco, V; Mariette, MM; Martin-Wintle, MS; McCowan, LSC; McMahon, M; Monaghan, P; Nager, RG; Naguib, M; Nord, A; Potvin, DA; Prior, NH; Riebel, K; Romero-Haro, AA; Royle, NJ; Rutkowska, J; Schuett, W; Swaddle, JP; Tobler, M; Trompf, L; Varian-Ramos, CW; Vignal, C; Villain, AS; Williams, TD2017Variation in Reproductive Success Across Captive Populations: Methodological Differences, Potential Biases and OpportunitiesEthology 123: 1-29
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4. Cornell, A; Williams, TD2016Individual quality and double-brooding in a highly synchronous songbird populationAuk 133: 251-260
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5. Crossin, GT; Love, OP; Cooke, SJ; Williams, TD2016Glucocorticoid manipulations in free-living animals: considerations of dose delivery, life-history context and reproductive stateFunctional Ecology 30: 116-125
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6. Fronstin, RB; Christians, JK; Williams, TD2016Experimental reduction of haematocrit affects reproductive performance in European starlingsFunctional Ecology 30: 398-409
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7. Hennin, HL; Bety, J; Legagneux, P; Gilchrist, HG; Williams, TD; Love, OP2016Energetic Physiology Mediates Individual Optimization of Breeding Phenology in a Migratory Arctic SeabirdAmerican Naturalist 188: 434-445
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8. Legagneux, P; Hennin, HL; Gilchrist, HG; Williams, TD; Love, OP; Bety, J2016Unpredictable perturbation reduces breeding propensity regardless of pre-laying reproductive readiness in a partial capital breederJournal of Avian Biology 47: 880-886
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9. Reers, AR; Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE; Cox, ME; Beischlag, TV2016The Flame-Retardant Tris(1,3-dichloro-2-propyl) Phosphate Represses Androgen Signaling in Human Prostate Cancer Cell LinesJournal of Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology 30: 249-257
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10. Wong, LIL; Reers, AR; Currier, HA; Williams, TD; Cox, ME; Elliott, JE; Beischlag, TV2016The Effects of the Organic Flame-Retardant 1,2-Dibromo-4-(1,2-dibromoethyl) Cyclohexane (TBECH) on Androgen Signaling in Human Prostate Cancer Cell LinesJournal of Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology 30: 239-242
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11. Yu, MS; Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Basu, N; Elliottz, JE2016ACUTE EMBRYOTOXIC EFFECTS BUT NO LONG-TERM REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS OF IN OVO METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE IN ZEBRA FINCHES (TAENIOPYGIA GUTTATA)Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 35: 1534-1540
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12. Crossin, GT; Takahashi, A; Sakamoto, KQ; Trathan, PN; Williams, TD2015Habitat selection by foraging macaroni penguins correlates with hematocrit, an index of aerobic conditionMarine Ecology Progress Series 530: 163-176
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13. Currier, HA; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE2015Effects of the Bioaccumulative Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether Flame Retardant Congener BDE-47 on Growth, Development, and Reproductive Success in Zebra FinchesBulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 94: 140-145
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14. Fowler, MA; Williams, TD2015Individual variation in parental workload and breeding productivity in female European starlings: is the effort worth it?Ecology and Evolution 5: 3585-3599
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15. Perfito, N; Guardado, D; Williams, TD; Bentley, GE2015Social Cues Regulate Reciprocal Switching of Hypothalamic Dio2/Dio3 and the Transition Into Final Follicle Maturation in European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)Endocrinology 156: 694-706
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16. Ryan, CP; Dawson, A; Sharp, PJ; Williams, TD2015Uncoupling clutch size, prolactin, and luteinizing hormone using experimental egg removalGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 213: 1-8
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17. Steenweg, RJ; Hennin, HL; Bety, J; Gilchrist, HG; Williams, TD; Crossin, GT; Love, OP2015Sources of diel variation in energetic physiology in an Arctic-breeding, diving seaduckGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 216: 39-45
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18. Webster, KH; Harr, KE; Bennett, DC; Williams, TD; Cheng, KM; Maisonneuve, F; Elliott, JE2015Assessment of toxicity and coagulopathy of brodifacoum in Japanese quail and testing in wild owlsEcotoxicology 24: 1087-1101
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19. Williams, TD; Bourgeon, S; Cornell, A; Ferguson, L; Fowler, M; Fronstin, RB; Love, OP2015Mid-winter temperatures, not spring temperatures, predict breeding phenology in the European starling Sturnus vulgarisRoyal Society Open Science 2: -
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20. Williams, TD; Fowler, MA2015Individual variation in workload during parental care: can we detect a physiological signature of quality or cost of reproduction?Journal of Ornithology 156: S441-S451
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21. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; Jones, SP; Williams, TD; Drouillard, KG; Kennedy, SW2014AMINO ACID SEQUENCE OF THE AHR1 LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN PREDICTS AVIAN SENSITIVITY TO DIOXIN LIKE COMPOUNDS: IN VIVO VERIFICATION IN EUROPEAN STARLINGSEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33: 2753-2758
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22. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD2014An assessment of the developmental toxicity of BDE-99 in the European starling using an integrated laboratory and field approachEcotoxicology 23: 1505-1516
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23. Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Letcher, RJ; Elliott, JE2014Assessment of concentrations and effects of organohalogen contaminants in a terrestrial passerine, the European starlingScience of the Total Environment 473: 589-596
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24. Gorman, KB; Williams, TD; Fraser, WR2014Ecological Sexual Dimorphism and Environmental Variability within a Community of Antarctic Penguins (Genus Pygoscelis)PLOS One 9: -
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25. Love, OP; Madliger, CL; Bourgeon, S; Semeniuk, CAD; Williams, TD2014Evidence for baseline glucocorticoids as mediators of reproductive investment in a wild birdGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 199: 65-69
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26. Ryan, CP; Dawson, A; Sharp, PJ; Meddle, SL; Williams, TD2014Circulating breeding and pre-breeding prolactin and LH are not associated with clutch size in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)General and Comparative Endocrinology 202: 26-34
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27. Tissier, ML; Williams, TD; Criscuolo, F2014Maternal Effects Underlie Ageing Costs of Growth in the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata)PLOS One 9: -
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28. Wagner, DN; Green, DJ; Cooper, JM; Love, OP; Williams, TD2014Variation in Plasma Corticosterone in Migratory Songbirds: A Test of the Migration-Modulation HypothesisPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 87: 695-703
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29. Crespi, EJ; Williams, TD; Jessop, TS; Delehanty, B2013Life history and the ecology of stress: how do glucocorticoid hormones influence life-history variation in animals?Functional Ecology 27: 93-106
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30. Crossin, GT; Phillips, RA; Lattin, CR; Romero, LM; Williams, TD2013Corticosterone mediated costs of reproduction link current to future breedingGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 193: 112-120
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31. Currier, HA; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE2013An Assessment of In Ovo Toxicity of the Flame Retardant 1,2-Dibromo-4-(1,2-Dibromoethyl) Cyclohexane (TBECH) in the Zebra FinchBulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 91: 455-459
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32. Eens, M; Jaspers, VLB; Van den Steen, E; Bateson, M; Carere, C; Clergeau, P; Costantini, D; Dolenec, Z; Elliott, JE; Flux, J; Gwinner, H; Halbrook, RS; Heeb, P; Mazgajski, TD; Moksnes, A; Polo, V; Soler, JJ; Sinclair, R; Veiga, JP; Williams, TD; Covaci, A; Pinxten, R2013Can starling eggs be useful as a biomonitoring tool to study organohalogenated contaminants on a worldwide scale?Environment International 51: 141-149
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33. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD2013Individual variation in body burden, lipid status, and reproductive investment is related to maternal transfer of a brominated diphenyl ether (BDE-99) to eggs in the zebra finchEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32: 345-352
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34. Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE2013Developmental exposure to a brominated flame retardant: An assessment of effects on physiology, growth, and reproduction in a songbird, the zebra finchEnvironmental Pollution 178: 343-349
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35. Ogden, LJE; Martin, K; Williams, TD2013ELEVATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN ESTIMATED FATTENING RATES SUGGEST THAT HIGH-ELEVATION SITES ARE HIGH-QUALITY HABITATS FOR FALL MIGRANTSAuk 130: 98-106
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36. Palm, EC; Esler, D; Anderson, EM; Williams, TD; Love, OP; Wilson, MT2013Baseline Corticosterone in Wintering Marine Birds: Methodological Considerations and Ecological PatternsPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 86: 346-353
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37. Stein, RW; Williams, TD2013Extreme Intraclutch Egg-Size Dimorphism in Eudyptes Penguins, an Evolutionary Response to Clutch-Size MaladaptationAmerican Naturalist 182: 260-270
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38. Winter, V; Elliott, JE; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD2013Validation of an egg-injection method for embryotoxicity studies in a small, model songbird, the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)Chemosphere 90: 125-131
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39. Winter, V; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE2013A three-generational study of In ovo exposure to PBDE-99 in the zebra finchEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32: 562-568
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40. Zanette, LY; Hobson, KA; Clinchy, M; Travers, M; Williams, TD2013Food use is affected by the experience of nest predation: implications for indirect predator effects on clutch sizeOecologia 172: 1031-1039
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41. Crossin GT, Poisbleau M, Demongin L, Chastel O, Williams TD, Eens M, Quillfeldt P.2012Migratory constraints on yolk precursors limit yolk androgen deposition and underlie a brood reduction strategy in rockhopper penguins.Biol Lett. 2012 Dec 23;8(6):1055-8. Epub 2012 Jul 18. 8: 1055-1058
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42. Crossin, GT; Dawson, A; Phillips, RA; Trathan, PN; Gorman, KB; Adlard, S; Williams, TD2012Seasonal patterns of prolactin and corticosterone secretion in an Antarctic seabird that moults during reproductionGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 175: 74-81
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43. Crossin, GT; Phillips, RA; Trathan, PN; Fox, DS; Dawson, A; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Williams, TD2012Migratory carryover effects and endocrinological correlates of reproductive decisions and reproductive success in female albatrossesGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 176: 151-157
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44. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Phillips, RA; Gorman, KB; Dawson, A; Sakamoto, KQ; Williams, TD2012Corticosterone Predicts Foraging Behavior and Parental Care in Macaroni PenguinsAmerican Naturalist 180: E31-E41
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45. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Williams, TD2012Potential mode of clutch size determination and follicle development in Eudyptes penguinsPolar Biology 35: 313-317
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46. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; MacDougall-Shackleton, SA; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD2012Early Exposure to 2,2 ',4,4 ',5-Pentabromodiphenyl Ether (BDE-99) Affects Mating Behavior of Zebra FinchesToxicological Sciences 127: 269-276
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47. Vezina, F; Williams, TD; Piersma, T; Morrison, RIG2012Phenotypic compromises in a long-distance migrant during the transition from migration to reproduction in the High ArcticFunctional Ecology 26: 500-512
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48. Williams, TD2012Hormones, life-history, and phenotypic variation: Opportunities in evolutionary avian endocrinologyGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 176: 286-295
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49. Williams, TD; Fronstin, RB; Otomo, A; Wagner, E2012Validation of the use of phenylhydrazine hydrochloride (PHZ) for experimental manipulation of haematocrit and plasma haemoglobin in birdsIbis 154: 21-29
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50. Bourgeon, S; Guindre-Parker, S; Williams, TD2011Effects of Sibling Competition on Growth, Oxidative Stress, and Humoral Immunity: A Two-Year Brood-Size ManipulationPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 84: 429-437
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51. Love, OP; Williams, TD2011Manipulating developmental stress reveals sex-specific effects of egg size on offspring phenotypeJournal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1497-1504
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52. BLIGHT, L.K., BERTRAM, D.F., WILLIAMS, T.D. & COWEN, L. 2010Interannual variation in egg neglect and incubation routine of Rhinoceros Auklets Cerorhinca monocerata during the 1998-1999 El Niño / La Niña events. Marine Ornithology 38: 11–15
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53. Cesh, LS; Elliott, KH; Quade, S; McKinney, MA; Maisoneuve, F; Garcelon, DK; Sandau, CD; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE2010POLYHALOGENATED AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS AND METABOLITES: RELATION TO CIRCULATING THYROID HORMONE AND RETINOL IN NESTLING BALD EAGLES (HALIAEETUS LEUCOCEPHALUS)Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 29: 1301-1310
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54. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Phillips, RA; Dawson, A; Le Bouard, F; Williams, TD2010A Carryover Effect of Migration Underlies Individual Variation in Reproductive Readiness and Extreme Egg Size Dimorphism in Macaroni PenguinsAmerican Naturalist 176: 357-366
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55. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Phillips, RA; Williams, TD2010Trade-off between migration and reproduction, and the physiological basis of egg size dimorphism in Macaroni penguinsIntegrative and Comparative Biology 50: E36-E36
56. Eng, ML; Letcher, RJ; Macdougall-Shackleton, SA; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD2010Effects of early exposure to a brominated flame retardant (PBDE-99) on physiology and behaviour in zebra finchesIntegrative and Comparative Biology 50: E51-E51
57. Kordonowy, LL; McMurtry, JP; Williams, TD2010Variation in plasma leptin-like immunoreactivity in free-living European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)General and Comparative Endocrinology 166: 47-53
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58. Salvante, KG; Vezina, F; Williams, TD2010Evidence for within-individual energy reallocation in cold-challenged, egg-producing birdsJournal of Experimental Biology 213: 1991-2000
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59. Travers, M; Clinchy, M; Zanette, L; Boonstra, R; Williams, TD2010Indirect predator effects on clutch size and the cost of egg productionEcology Letters 13: 980-988
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60. Wagner, DN; Green, D; Cooper, JM; Beauchesne, S; Williams, TD2010Impact of water level management on the condition of migratory songbirdsIntegrative and Comparative Biology 50: E309-E309
61. Willie, J; Travers, M; Williams, TD2010Female Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata) Are Chronically but Not Cumulatively "Anemic" during Repeated Egg Laying in Response to Experimental Nest PredationPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 83: 119-126
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62. Caro, SP; Charmantier, A; Lambrechts, MM; Blondel, J; Balthazart, J; Williams, TD2009Local adaptation of timing of reproduction: females are in the driver's seatFunctional Ecology 23: 172-179
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63. Chin, EH; Love, OP; Verspoor, JJ; Williams, TD; Rowley, K; Burness, G2009Juveniles exposed to embryonic corticosterone have enhanced flight performanceProceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 276: 499-505
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64. Gorman, KB; Esler, D; Walzem, RL; Williams, TD2009Plasma Yolk Precursor Dynamics during Egg Production by Female Greater Scaup (Aythya marila): Characterization and Indices of Reproductive StatePhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 372-381
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65. Han, D; Haunerland, NH; Williams, TD2009Variation in yolk precursor receptor mRNA expression is a key determinant of reproductive phenotype in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 1277-1283
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66. JANSSEN, M.H., ARCESE, P., KYSER, T.K., BERTRAM, D.F., MCFARLANE TRANQUILLA, L., WILLIAMS, T.D. & NORRIS, R.D. 2009Pre-breeding diet, condition, and timing of breeding in a threatened seabird, the Marbled Murrlelet Brachyramphus marmoratus. Marine Ornithology 37: 33-40.
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67. Love, OP; Gilchrist, HG; Bety, J; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Berzins, L; Williams, TD2009Using life-histories to predict and interpret variability in yolk hormonesGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 163: 169-174
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68. Vezina, F; Love, OP; Lessard, M; Williams, TD2009Shifts in Metabolic Demands in Growing Altricial Nestlings Illustrate Context-Specific Relationships between Basal Metabolic Rate and Body CompositionPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 248-257
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69. Wada, H; Salvante, KG; Wagner, E; Williams, TD; Breuner, CW2009Ontogeny and Individual Variation in the Adrenocortical Response of Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata) NestlingsPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 325-331
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70. Williams, TD; Vezina, F; Speakman, JR2009Individually variable energy management during egg production is repeatable across breeding attemptsJournal of Experimental Biology 212: 1101-1105
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71. Albert, C; Williams, TD; Morrissey, CA; Lai, VWM; Cullen, WR; Elliott, JE2008Tissue uptake, mortality, and sublethal effects of monomethylarsonic acid (MMA(V)) in nestling zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health-Part A-Current Issues 71: 353-360
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72. Albert, C.A., T.D. Williams, V. Lai, W.R. Cullen, C.A. Morrissey and J.E. Elliott.2008Dose dependant uptake, elimination and toxicity of monosodium methanearsonate (MSMA) in adult Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27: 605-611.
73. Bentzen, RL; Powell, AN; Williams, TD; Kitaysky, AS2008Characterizing the nutritional strategy of incubating king eiders Somateria spectabilis in northern AlaskaJournal of Avian Biology 39: 683-690
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74. Bond, JC; Esler, D; Williams, TD2008Breeding propensity of female harlequin ducksJournal of Wildlife Management 72: 1388-1393
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75. Cesh, LS; Williams, TD; Garcelon, DK; Elliott, JE2008Patterns and trends of chlorinated hydrocarbons in nestling bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) plasma in British Columbia and southern CaliforniaArchives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 55: 496-502
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76. Gorman, K.B., D. Esler, P.L. Flint and T.D. Williams. 2008Nutrient-reserve dynamics during egg production by female Greater Scaup (Aythya marila): relationships with timing of reproduction. Auk 125: 384-394.
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77. Love, OP; Salvante, KG; Dale, J; Williams, TD2008Specific variability in the immune system across life-history stagesAmerican Naturalist 172: E99-E112
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78. Love, OP; Williams, TD2008The adaptive value of stress-induced phenotypes: Effects of maternally derived corticosterone on sex-biased investment, cost of reproduction, and maternal fitnessAmerican Naturalist 172: E135-E149
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79. Love, OP; Williams, TD2008Plasticity in the adrenocortical response of a free-living vertebrate: The role of pre- and post-natal developmental stressHormones and Behavior 54: 496-505
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80. Love, OP; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Bond, L; Williams, TD2008Determinants of within- and among-clutch variation in yolk corticosterone in the European starlingHormones and Behavior 53: 104-111
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81. Pomeroy, A.C., D.A. Acevedo Seaman, R.W. Butler, R.W. Elner, T.D. Williams and R.C. Ydenberg.2008Feeding-danger tradeoffs underlie stopover site selection by migrants.Avian Conservation and Ecology - Écologie et Conservation des Oiseaux 3(1): 7
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82. Wada, H; Salvante, KG; Stables, C; Wagner, E; Williams, TD; Breuner, CW2008Adrenocortical responses in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): Individual variation, repeatability, and relationship to phenotypic qualityHormones and Behavior 53: 472-480
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83. Wagner, EC; Prevolsek, JS; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Williams, TD2008Hematological changes associated with egg production: estrogen dependence and repeatabilityJournal of Experimental Biology 211: 400-408
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84. Wagner, EC; Stables, CA; Williams, TD2008Hematological changes associated with egg production: direct evidence for changes in erythropoiesis but a lack of resource dependence?Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 2960-2968
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85. Williams, TD2008Individual variation in endocrine systems: moving beyond the 'tyranny of the Golden Mean'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363: 1687-1698
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86. Wingfield, JC; Visser, ME; Williams, TD2008Introduction. Integration of ecology and endocrinology in avian reproduction: a new synthesisPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363: 1581-1588
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87. Gorman, KB; Flint, PL; Esler, D; Williams, TD2007Ovarian follicle dynamics of female Greater Scaup during egg productionJournal of Field Ornithology 78: 64-73
88. Morgan, T.C., C.A. Bishop and T.D. Williams.2007Yellow-breasted Chat and Gray Catbird productivity in a fragmented western riparian system. Wilson Journal of Ornithology.Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119: 494-498.
89. Rowland, E; Love, OP; Verspoor, JJ; Sheldon, L; Williams, TD2007Manipulating rearing conditions reveals developmental sensitivity in the smaller sex of a passerine bird, the European starling Sturnus vulgarisJournal of Avian Biology 38: 612-618
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90. Salvante, KG; Lin, G; Walzem, RL; Williams, TD2007Characterization of very-low density lipoprotein particle diameter dynamics in relation to egg production in a passerine birdJournal of Experimental Biology 210: 1064-1074
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91. Salvante, KG; Walzem, RL; Williams, TD2007What comes first, the zebra finch or the egg: temperature-dependent reproductive, physiological and behavioural plasticity in egg-laying zebra finchesJournal of Experimental Biology 210: 1325-1334
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92. Verspoor, JJ; Love, OP; Rowland, E; Chin, EH; Williams, TD2007Sex-specific development of avian flight performance under experimentally altered rearing conditionsBehavioral Ecology 18: 967-973
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93. Wagner, EC; Williams, TD2007Experimental (antiestrogen-mediated) reduction in egg size negatively affects offspring growth and survivalPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 80: 293-305
94. Williams, TD; Warnock, N; Takekawa, JY; Bishop, MA2007Flyway-scale variation in plasma triglyceride levels as an index of refueling rate in spring-migrating Western Sandpipers (Calidris mauri)Auk 124: 886-897
95. Zera, A.J., L.G. Harshman and T.D. Williams.2007Evolutionary endocrinology: the developing synthesis between endocrinology and evolutionary genetics.Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics
96. McKinney, MA; Cesh, LS; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD; Garcelon, DK; Letcher, RJ2006Brominated flame retardants and halogenated phenolic compounds in North American west coast bald eaglet (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) plasmaEnviron Sci Technol 40: 6275-6281
97. Seaman, DAA; Guglielmo, CG; Elner, RW; Williams, TD2006Landscape-scale physiology: Site differences in refueling rates indicated by plasma metabolite analysis in free-living migratory sandpipersAuk 123: 563-574
98. Stein, RW; Williams, TD2006Causes and consequences of post-growth age-dependent differences in small intestine size in a migratory sandpiper (Calidris mauri, Western Sandpiper)Funct Ecol 20: 142-150
99. Vezina, F; Speakman, JR; Williams, TD2006Individually variable energy management strategies in relation to energetic costs of egg productionEcology 87: 2447-2458
100. Warnock, N; Bishop, MA; Takekawa, J; Williams, TD2006Connecting the spots - Influences on site use by migratory Pacific Flyway shorebirdsJ Ornithol 147: 53-53
101. Chin, EH; Love, OP; Clark, AM; Williams, TD2005Brood size and environmental conditions sex-specifically affect nestling immune response in the European starling Sturnus vulgarisJ Avian Biol 36: 549-554
102. Dods, PL; Birmingham, EM; Williams, TD; Ikonomou, MG; Bennie, DT; Elliott, JE2005Reproductive success and contaminants in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) breeding at a wastewater treatment plantEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24: 3106-3112
103. Gill, H; Williams, TD; Bishop, CA; Cheng, KM; Elliott, JE2005Effects of azinphos-methyl on cholinergic responses and general health in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) after previous treatment with p,p '-DDEArchives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 48: 118-126
104. Gorman, KB; Williams, TD2005Correlated evolution of maternally derived yolk testosterone and early developmental traits in passerine birdsBiology Letters 1: 461-464
105. Gurney, KE; Williams, TD; Smits, JE; Wayland, M; Trudeau, S; Bendell-Young, LI2005Impact of oil-sands based wetlands on the growth of mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) ducklingsEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24: 457-463
106. Love, OP; Chin, EH; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Williams, TD2005Stress hormones: A link between maternal condition and sex-biased reproductive investmentAmerican Naturalist 166: 751-766
107. Seaman, DA; Guglielm, CG; Williams, TD2005Effects of physiological state, mass change and diet on plasma metabolite profiles in the western sandpiper Calidris mauriJournal of Experimental Biology 208: 761-769
108. Stein, RW; Place, AR; Lacourse, T; Guglielmo, CG; Williams, TD2005Digestive organ sizes and enzyme activities of refueling western sandpipers (Calidris mauri): Contrasting effects of season and agePhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 78: 434-446
109. Vezina, F; Williams, TD2005The metabolic cost of egg production is repeatableJournal of Experimental Biology 208: 2533-2538
110. Vezina, F; Williams, TD2005Interaction between organ mass and citrate synthase activity as an indicator of tissue maximal oxidative capacity in breeding European Starlings: implications for metabolic rate and organ mass relationshipsFunctional Ecology 19: 119-128
111. Williams, TD2005Mechanisms underlying the costs of egg productionBioscience 55: 39-48
112. Williams, TD; Ames, CE; Kiparissis, Y; Wynne-Edwards, KE2005Laying-sequence-specific variation in yolk oestrogen levels, and relationship to plasma oestrogen in female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 272: 173-177
113. Love, OP; Breuner, CW; Vezina, F; Williams, TD2004Mediation of a corticosterone-induced reproductive conflictHormones and Behavior 46: 59-65
114. Peery, AZ; Beissinger, SR; Newman, SH; Becker, BH; Burkett, E; Williams, TD2004Individual and temporal variation in inland flight behavior of Marbled Murrelets: Implications for population monitoringCondor 106: 344-353
115. Peery, MZ; Beissinger, SR; Newman, SH; Burkett, EB; Williams, TD2004Applying the declining population paradigm: Diagnosing causes of poor reproduction in the marbled murreletConservation Biology 18: 1088-1098
116. Sockman, KW; Williams, TD; Dawson, A; Ball, GF2004Prior experience with photostimulation enhances photo-induced reproductive development in female European starlings: A possible basis for the age-related increase in avian reproductive performanceBiology of Reproduction 71: 979-986
117. Williams, TD; Ames, CE2004Top-down regression of the avian oviduct during late oviposition in a small passerine birdJournal of Experimental Biology 207: 263-268
118. Williams, TD; Challenger, WO; Christians, JK; Evanson, M; Love, O; Vezina, F2004What causes the decrease in haematocrit during egg production?Functional Ecology 18: 330-336
119. Williams, TD; Kitaysky, AS; Vezina, F2004Individual variation in plasma estradiol-17 beta and androgen levels during egg formation in the European starling Sturnus vulgaris: implications for regulation of yolk steroidsGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 136: 346-352
120. Egeler, O; Seaman, D; Williams, TD2003Influence of diet on fatty-acid composition of depot fat in Western sandpipers (Calidris mauri)Auk 120: 337-345
121. Guglielmo, CG; Williams, TD2003Phenotypic flexibility of body composition in relation to migratory state, age, and sex in the western sandpiper (Calidris mauri)Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76: 84-98
122. Salvante, KG; Williams, TD2003Effects of corticosterone on the proportion of breeding females, reproductive output and yolk precursor levelsGeneral and Comparative Endocrinology 130: 205-214
123. Stein, RW; Williams, TD2003Tissue damage precludes the use of the everted sleeve technique to measure nutrient uptake in a small migratory shorebird, the western sandpiper (Calidris mauri)Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76: 762-770
124. Tranquilla, LAM; Bradley, RW; Lank, DB; Williams, TD; Lougheed, LW; Cooke, F2003The reliability of brood patches in assessing reproductive status in the Marbled Murrelet: Words of cautionWaterbirds 26: 108-118
125. Tranquilla, LAM; Yen, PPW; Bradley, RW; Vanderkist, BA; Lank, DB; Parker, NR; Drever, M; Lougheed, LW; Kaiser, GW; Williams, TD2003Do two murrelets make a pair? Breeding status and behavior of marbled murrelet pairs captured at seaWilson Bulletin 115: 374-381
126. Tranquilla, LM; Williams, T; Cooke, F2003Using vitellogenin to identify interannual variation in breeding chronology of marbled murrelets (Brachyramphus marmoratus)Auk 120: 512-521
127. Vezina, F; Salvante, KG; Williams, TD2003The metabolic cost of avian egg formation: possible impact of yolk precursor production?Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 4443-4451
128. Vezina, F; Williams, TD2003Plasticity in body composition in breeding birds: What drives the metabolic costs of egg production?Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76: 716-730
129. Williams, TD; Christians, JK2003Experimental dissociation of the effects of diet, age and breeding experience on primary reproductive effort in zebra finches Taeniopygia guttataJournal of Avian Biology 34: 379-386
130. Williams, TD; Miller, M2003Individual and resource-dependent variation in ability to lay supranormal clutches in response to egg removalAuk 120: 481-489
131. Christians, JK; Williams, TD2002Effects of porcine follicle-stimulating hormone on the reproductive performance of female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)General and Comparative Endocrinology 125: 121-131
132. Guglielmo, CG; Haunerland, NH; Hochachka, PW; Williams, TD2002Seasonal dynamics of flight muscle fatty acid binding protein and catabolic enzymes in a migratory shorebirdAmerican Journal of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 282: R1405-R1413
133. Guglielmo, CG; O'Hara, PD; Williams, TD2002Extrinsic and intrinsic sources of variation in plasma lipid metabolites of free-living western sandpipers (Calidris mauri)Auk 119: 437-445
134. Guglielmo, CG; Williams, TD; Zwingelstein, G; Brichon, G; Weber, JM2002Plasma and muscle phospholipids are involved in the metabolic response to long-distance migration in a shorebirdJournal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 172: 409-417
135. McFarland, CN; Bendell-Young, LI; Guglielmo, C; Williams, TD2002Kidney, liver and bone cadmium content in the western sandpiper in relation to migrationJournal of Environmental Monitoring 4: 791-795
136. Salvante, KG; Williams, TD2002Vitellogenin dynamics during egg-laying: daily variation, repeatability and relationship with egg sizeJournal of Avian Biology 33: 391-398
137. Vezina, F; Williams, TD2002Metabolic costs of egg production in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris)Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 75: 377-385
138. Challenger, WO; Williams, TD; Christians, JK; Vezina, F2001Follicular development and plasma yolk precursor dynamics through the laying cycle in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris)Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74: 356-365
139. Christians, JK; Williams, TD2001Interindividual variation in yolk mass and the rate of growth of ovarian follicles in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 171: 255-261
140. Christians, JK; Williams, TD2001Intraspecific variation in reproductive physiology and egg quality in the European Starling Sturnus vulgarisJournal of Avian Biology 32: 31-37
141. Clair, CCS; Clair, RCS; Williams, TD2001Does kleptoparasitism by glaucous-winged gulls limit the reproductive success of Tufted Puffins?Auk 118: 934-943
142. Guglielmo, C; Piersma, T; Williams, TD2001A sport-physiological perspective on bird migration: Evidence for flight-induced muscle damageJournal of Experimental Biology 204: 2683-2690
143. Shepherd, PCF; Lank, DB; Smith, BD; Warnock, N; Kaiser, GW; Williams, TD2001Sex ratios of Dunlin wintering at two latitudes on the Pacific coastCondor 103: 352-360
144. Williams, TD2001Experimental manipulation of female reproduction reveals an intraspecific egg size-clutch size trade-offProceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 268: 423-428
145. Egeler, O; Williams, TD2000Seasonal, age, and sex-related variation in fatty-acid composition of depot fat in relation to migration in Western SandpipersAuk 117: 110-119
146. Egeler, O; Williams, TD; Guglielmo, CG2000Modulation of lipogenic enzymes, fatty acid synthase and Delta(9)-desaturase, in relation to migration in the western sandpiper (Calidris mauri)Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 170: 169-174
147. Moore, DJ; Williams, TD; Morris, RD2000Mate provisioning, nutritional requirements for egg production, and primary reproductive effort of female Common Terns Sterna hirundoJournal of Avian Biology 31: 183-196
148. Vanderkist, BA; Williams, TD; Bertram, DF; Lougheed, LW; Ryder, JL2000Indirect, physiological assessment of reproductive state and breeding chronology in free-living birds: an example in the Marbled Murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus)Functional Ecology 14: 758-765
149. Williams, TD2000Experimental (Tamoxifen-Induced) manipulation of female reproduction in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73: 566-573
150. Williams, TD; Martyniuk, CJ2000Tissue mass dynamics during egg-production in female Zebra Finches Taeniopygia guttata: dietary and hormonal manipulationsJournal of Avian Biology 31: 87-95
151. Butler, RW; Williams, TD; Bishop, MA; Warncock, N1999Gone with the wind? ReplyAuk 116: 563-564
152. Christians, JK; Williams, TD1999Organ mass dynamics in relation to yolk precursor production and egg formation in European starlings Sturnus vulgarisPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology 72: 455-461
153. Christians, JK; Williams, TD1999Effects of exogenous 17 beta-estradiol on tee reproductive physiology and reproductive performance of European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)Journal of Experimental Biology 202: 2679-2685
154. Smits, JE; Williams, TD1999Validation of immunotoxicology techniques in passerine chicks exposed to oil sands tailings waterEcotoxicology and Environmental Safety 44: 105-112
155. Vanderkist, BA; Xue, XH; Griffiths, R; Martin, K; Beauchamp, W; Williams, TD1999Evidence of in male-bias in capture samples of Marbled Murrelets from genetic studies in British ColumbiaCondor 101: 398-402
156. Williams, TD1999Parental and first generation effects of exogenous 17 beta-estradiol on reproductive performance of female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)Hormones and Behavior 35: 135-143
157. Williams, TD; Christians, JK; Aiken, JJ; Evanson, M1999Enhanced immune function does not depress reproductive outputProceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 266: 753-757
158. Williams, TD; Guglielmo, CG; Egeler, O; Martyniuk, CJ1999Plasma lipid metabolites provide information on mass change over several days in captive western sandpipersAuk 116: 994-1000
159. Williams, TD; Ternan, SP1999Food intake, locomotor activity, and egg laying in zebra finches: Contributions to reproductive energy demand?Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 72: 19-27
160. Balzer, AL; Williams, TD1998Do female zebra finches vary primary reproductive effort in relation to mate attractiveness?Behaviour 135: 297-309
161. Guglielmo, CG; Haunerland, NH; Williams, TD1998Fatty acid binding protein, a major protein in the flight muscle of migrating Western SandpipersComparative Biochemistry and Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 119: 549-555
162. Butler, RW; Williams, TD; Warnock, N; Bishop, MA1997Wind assistance: A requirement for migration of shorebirds?Auk 114: 456-466
163. Williams, TD; Monaghan, P; Mitchell, PI; Scott, I; Houston, DG; Ramsey, S; Ensor, K1997Evaluation of a non-destructive method for determining egg composition using total body electrical conductivity (TOBEC) measurementsJournal of Zoology 243: 611-622
164. Williams, TD1996Variation in reproductive effort in female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) in relation to nutrient-specific dietary supplements during egg layingPhysiological Zoology 69: 1255-1275
165. Williams, TD1996Intra- and inter-individual variation in reproductive effort in captive breeding zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie 74: 85-91
166. Williams, TD; Cooch, EG1996Egg size, temperature and laying sequence: Why do Snow Geese lay big eggs when it's cold?Functional Ecology 10: 112-118
167. Williams, TD; Jeffs, C; Murray, KA; Choudhury, S1996Intraclutch egg-size variation in the barnacle goose Branta leucopsis: An egg-removal experimentIbis 138: 499-505
 

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