Publications of Tony Williams

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218. Gorman, KB; Ruck, KE; Williams, TD; Fraser, WR.  (2021)   Advancing the Sea Ice Hypothesis: Trophic Interactions Among Breeding Pygoscelis Penguins With Divergent Population Trends Throughout the Western Antarctic Peninsula.  Front. Mar. Sci. 8 DOI
217. Husak, JF; Fuxjager, MJ; Johnson, MA; Vitousek, MN; Donald, JW; Francis, CD; Goymann, W; Hau, M; Kircher, BK; Knapp, R; Martin, LB; Miller, ET; Schoenle, LA; Williams, TD.  (2021)   Life history and environment predict variation in testosterone across vertebrates.  Evolution 75: 1003-1010 DOI  PubMed
216. King, MD; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD.  (2021)   Effects of petroleum exposure on birds: A review.  Sci. Total Environ. 755 DOI  PubMed
215. Pavlik, M; Williams, TD; Green, DJ.  (2021)   Female Songbirds Can Initiate the Transition from a Migratory to a Reproductive Physiology during Spring Migration.  Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 94: 188-198 DOI  PubMed
214. Ruberg, EJ; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD.  (2021)   Review of petroleum toxicity and identifying common endpoints for future research on diluted bitumen toxicity in marine mammals.  Ecotoxicology 30: 537-551 DOI  PubMed
213. Ruberg, EJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE.  (2021)   Review of petroleum toxicity in marine reptiles.  Ecotoxicology 30: 525-536 DOI  PubMed
212. Yap, KN; Powers, DR; Vermette, ML; Tsai, OHI; Williams, TD.  (2021)   Physiological adjustments to high foraging effort negatively affect fecundity but not final reproductive output in captive zebra finches.  J. Exp. Biol. 224 DOI
211. Yap, KN; Powers, DR; Vermette, ML; Tsai, OHI; Williams, TD.  (2021)   Sex-specific energy management strategies in response to training for increased foraging effort prior to reproduction in captive zebra finches.  J. Exp. Biol. 224 DOI  PubMed
210. Boynton, CK; Mahony, NA; Williams, TD.  (2020)   Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) fledglings use crop habitat more frequently in relation to its availability than pasture and other habitat types.  Condor 122 DOI
209. Criscuolo, F; Torres, R; Zahn, S; Williams, TD.  (2020)   Telomere dynamics from hatching to sexual maturity and maternal effects in the 'multivariate egg'.  J. Exp. Biol. 223 DOI
208. Currier, HA; Fremlin, KM; Elliott, JE; Drouillard, KG; Williams, TD.  (2020)   Bioaccumulation and biomagnification of PBDEs in a terrestrial food chain at an urban landfill.  Chemosphere 238 DOI  PubMed
207. Heddle, C; Elliott, JE; Brown, TM; Eng, ML; Perkins, M; Basu, N; Williams, TD.  (2020)   Continuous exposure to mercury during embryogenesis and chick development affects later survival and reproduction of zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata).  Ecotoxicology 29: 1117-1127 DOI  PubMed
206. Injaian, AS; Francis, CD; Ouyang, JQ; Dominoni, DM; Donald, JW; Fuxjager, MJ; Goymann, W; Hau, M; Husak, JF; Johnson, MA; Kircher, BK; Knapp, R; Martin, LB; Miller, ET; Schoenle, L; Williams, T; Vitousek, AN.  (2020)   Baseline and stress-induced corticosterone levels across birds and reptiles do not reflect urbanization levels.  Conserv. Physiol. 8 DOI  PubMed
205. Jubinville, I; Williams, TD; Trathan, PN; Crossin, GT.  (2020)   Trade-off between aerobic performance and egg production in migratory macaroni penguins.  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A-Mol. Integr. Physiol. 247 DOI  PubMed
204. Maury, C; Serota, MW; Williams, TD.  (2020)   Plasticity in diurnal activity and temporal phenotype during parental care in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris.  Anim. Behav. 159: 37-45 DOI
203. Criscuolo, F; Cornell, A; Zahn, S; Williams, TD.  (2019)   Oxidative status and telomere length are related to somatic and physiological maturation in chicks of European starlings (Stumus vulgaris).  J. Exp. Biol. 222 DOI  PubMed
202. Eng, ML; Karouna-Renier, NK; Henry, PFP; Letcher, RJ; Schultz, SL; Bean, TG; Peters, LE; Palace, VP; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE; Fernie, KJ.  (2019)   In ovo exposure to brominated flame retardants Part II: Assessment of effects of TBBPA-BDBPE and BTBPE on hatching success, morphometric and physiological endpoints in American kestrels.  Ecotox. Environ. Safe. 179: 151-159 DOI  PubMed
201. Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Fernie, KJ; Renier, NKK; Henry, PFP; Letcher, RJ; Elliott, JE.  (2019)   In ovo exposure to brominated flame retardants Part I: Assessment of effects of TBBPA-BDBPE on survival, morphometric and physiological endpoints in zebra finches.  Ecotox. Environ. Safe. 179: 104-110 DOI  PubMed
200. Laine, VN; Verhagen, I; Mateman, AC; Pijl, A; Williams, TD; Gienapp, P; van Oers, K; Visser, ME.  (2019)   Exploration of tissue-specific gene expression patterns underlying timing of breeding in contrasting temperature environments in a song bird.  BMC Genomics 20 DOI  PubMed
199. Serota, MW; Williams, TD.  (2019)   Adjustment of total activity as a response to handicapping European starlings during parental care.  Anim. Behav. 148 DOI
198. Torres, R; Chin, E; Rampton, R; Williams, TD.  (2019)   Are there synergistic or antagonistic effects of multiple maternally derived egg components on offspring phenotype?  J. Exp. Biol. 222 DOI  PubMed
197. Verhagen, I; Laine, VN; Mateman, AC; Pijl, A; de Wit, R; van Lith, B; Kamphuis, W; Viitaniemi, HM; Williams, TD; Caro, SP; Meddle, SL; Gienapp, P; van Oers, K; Visser, ME.  (2019)   Fine-tuning of seasonal timing of breeding is regulated downstream in the underlying neuro-endocrine system in a small songbird.  J. Exp. Biol. 222 DOI  PubMed
196. Vitousek, MN; Johnson, MA; Downs, CJ; Miller, ET; Martin, LB; Francis, CD; Donald, JW; Fuxjager, MJ; Goymann, W; Hau, M; Husak, JF; Kircher, BK; Knapp, R; Schoenle, LA; Williams, TD.  (2019)   Macroevolutionary Patterning in Glucocorticoids Suggests Different Selective Pressures Shape Baseline and Stress-Induced Levels.  Am. Nat. 193: 866-880 DOI  PubMed
195. Williams, TD; Cornell, A; Gillespie, C; Hura, A; Serota, M.  (2019)   Effects of an introduced, novel prey on diet and reproduction in the diet-specialist European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris).  Can. J. Zool. 97 DOI
194. Yap, KN; Tsai, OHI; Williams, TD.  (2019)   Haematological traits co-vary with migratory status, altitude and energy expenditure: a phylogenetic, comparative analysis.  Sci Rep 9 DOI  PubMed
193. Casagrande, S; Garamszegi, LZ; Goymann, W; Donald, J; Francis, CD; Fuxjager, MJ; Husak, JF; Johnson, MA; Kircher, B; Knapp, R; Martin, LB; Miller, ET; Schoenle, LA; Vitousek, MN; Williams, TD; Hau, M.  (2018)   Do Seasonal Glucocorticoid Changes Depend on Reproductive Investment? A Comparative Approach in Birds.  Integr. Comp. Biol. 58 DOI
192. Eng, ML; Winter, V; Elliott, JE; MacDougall-Shackleton, SA; Williams, TD.  (2018)   Embryonic Exposure to Environmentally Relevant Concentrations of a Brominated Flame Retardant Reduces the Size of Song-Control Nuclei in a Songbird.  Dev. Neurobiol. 78 DOI  PubMed
191. Fowler, MA; Paquet, M; Legault, V; Cohen, AA; Williams, TD.  (2018)   Physiological predictors of reproductive performance in the European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris).  Front. Zool. 15 DOI  PubMed
190. Francis, CD; Donald, JW; Fuxjager, MJ; Goymann, W; Hau, M; Husak, JF; Johnson, MA; Kircher, BK; Knapp, R; Martin, LB; Miller, ET; Schoenle, LA; Vitousek, MN; Williams, TD; Downs, CJ.  (2018)   Metabolic Scaling of Stress Hormones in Vertebrates.  Integr. Comp. Biol. 58 DOI  PubMed
189. Garamszegi, LZ; Donald, J; Francis, CD; Fuxjager, MJ; Goymann, W; Hau, M; Husak, JF; Johnson, MA; Kircher, B; Knapp, R; Martin, LB; Miller, ET; Schoenle, LA; Vitousek, MN; Williams, TD.  (2018)   Species-Specific Means and Within-Species Variance in Glucocorticoid Hormones and Speciation Rates in Birds.  Integr. Comp. Biol. 58 DOI  PubMed
188. Hennin, HL; Dey, CJ; Bety, J; Gilchrist, HG; Legagneux, P; Williams, TD; Love, OP.  (2018)   Higher rates of prebreeding condition gain positively impacts clutch size: A mechanistic test of the condition-dependent individual optimization model.  Funct. Ecol. 32 DOI
187. Martin, LB; Vitousek, M; Donald, JW; Flock, T; Fuxjager, MJ; Goymann, W; Hau, M; Husak, J; Johnson, MA; Kircher, B; Knapp, R; Miller, ET; Schoenle, LA; Williams, T; Francis, CD.  (2018)   IUCN Conservation Status Does Not Predict Glucocorticoid Concentrations in Reptiles and Birds.  Integr. Comp. Biol. 58 DOI  PubMed
186. Morran, SAM; Elliott, JE; Young, JML; Eng, ML; Basu, N; Williams, TD.  (2018)   Ecologically-relevant exposure to methylmercury during early development does not affect adult phenotype in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).  Ecotoxicology 27 DOI  PubMed
185. Vitousek, MN; Johnson, MA; Donald, JW; Francis, CD; Fuxjager, MJ; Goymann, W; Hau, M; Husak, JF; Kircher, BK; Knapp, R; Martin, LB; Miller, ET; Schoenle, LA; Uehling, JJ; Williams, TD.  (2018)   Data Descriptor: HormoneBase, a population-level database of steroid hormone levels across vertebrates.  Sci. Data 5 DOI  PubMed
184. Williams, TD.  (2018)   Physiology, activity and costs of parental care in birds.  J. Exp. Biol. 221 DOI  PubMed
183. Yap, KN; Dick, MF; Guglielmo, CG; Williams, TD.  (2018)   Effects of experimental manipulation of hematocrit on avian flight performance in high- and low-altitude conditions.  J. Exp. Biol. 221 DOI  PubMed
182. Cornell, A; Gibson, KF; Williams, TD.  (2017)   Physiological maturity at a critical life-history transition and flight ability at fledging.  Functional Ecology 31: 662-670 DOI
181. Cornell, A; Hou, JJ; Williams, TD.  (2017)   Experimentally increased prebreeding male social behaviour has no effect on female breeding phenology and performance.  Animal Behaviour 126: 243-251 DOI
180. Cornell, A; Williams, TD.  (2017)   Variation in developmental trajectories of physiological and somatic traits in a common songbird approaching fledging.  Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 4060-4067 DOI
179. Crossin, GT; Phillips, RA; Lattin, CR; Romero, LM; Bordeleau, X; Harris, CM; Love, OP; Williams, TD.  (2017)   Costs of reproduction and carry-over effects in breeding albatrosses.  Antarctic Science 29: 155-164 DOI
178. Davis, ML; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD.  (2017)   The Glaucous-Winged Gull (Larus glaucescens) as an Indicator of Chemical Contaminants in the Canadian Pacific Marine Environment: Evidence from Stable Isotopes.  Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 73: 247-255 DOI
177. Eng, ML; Bishop, CA; Crump, D; Jones, SP; Williams, TD; Drouillard, KG; Elliott, JE.  (2017)   Catbirds are the New Chickens: High Sensitivity to a Dioxin-like Compound in a Wildlife Species.  Environ. Sci. Technol. 51: 5252-5258 DOI
176. Eng, ML; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE.  (2017)   In 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 finches.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 36: 83-88 DOI
175. Fowler, MA; Williams, TD.  (2017)   A Physiological Signature of the Cost of Reproduction Associated with Parental Care.  Am. Nat. 190: 762-773 DOI
174. Gibson, KF; Williams, TD.  (2017)   Intraclutch egg size variation is independent of ecological context among years in the European Starling Sturnus vulgaris.  J. Ornithol. 158: 1099-1110 DOI
173. Gorman, KB; Talbot, SL; Sonsthagen, SA; Sage, GK; Gravely, MC; Fraser, WR; Williams, TD.  (2017)   Population genetic structure and gene flow of Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) breeding throughout the western Antarctic Peninsula.  Antarctic Science 29: 499-510 DOI
172. 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, TD.  (2017)   Variation in Reproductive Success Across Captive Populations: Methodological Differences, Potential Biases and Opportunities.  Ethology 123: 1-29 DOI
171. Killen, SS; Calsbeek, R; Williams, TD.  (2017)   The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Behavior, Activity, and Performance: An Introduction to Symposium.  Integr. Comp. Biol. 57: 185-194 DOI
170. Yap, KN; Kim, OR; Harris, KC; Williams, TD.  (2017)   Physiological effects of increased foraging effort in a small passerine.  Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 4282-4291 DOI
169. Yap, KN; Serota, MW; Williams, TD.  (2017)   The Physiology of Exercise in Free-Living Vertebrates: What Can We Learn from Current Model Systems?  Integr. Comp. Biol. 57: 195-206 DOI
168. Yu, MS; Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Guigueno, MF; Elliott, JE.  (2017)   Assessment of neuroanatomical and behavioural effects of in ovo methylmercury exposure in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).  Neurotoxicology 59: 33-39 DOI
167. Cornell, A; Williams, TD.  (2016)   Individual quality and double-brooding in a highly synchronous songbird population.  Auk 133: 251-260 DOI
166. Crossin, GT; Love, OP; Cooke, SJ; Williams, TD.  (2016)   Glucocorticoid manipulations in free-living animals: considerations of dose delivery, life-history context and reproductive state.  Functional Ecology 30: 116-125 DOI
165. Fronstin, RB; Christians, JK; Williams, TD.  (2016)   Experimental reduction of haematocrit affects reproductive performance in European starlings.  Functional Ecology 30: 398-409 DOI
164. Hennin, HL; Bety, J; Legagneux, P; Gilchrist, HG; Williams, TD; Love, OP.  (2016)   Energetic Physiology Mediates Individual Optimization of Breeding Phenology in a Migratory Arctic Seabird.  American Naturalist 188: 434-445 DOI
163. Legagneux, P; Hennin, HL; Gilchrist, HG; Williams, TD; Love, OP; Bety, J.  (2016)   Unpredictable perturbation reduces breeding propensity regardless of pre-laying reproductive readiness in a partial capital breeder.  Journal of Avian Biology 47: 880-886 DOI
162. Reers, AR; Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE; Cox, ME; Beischlag, TV.  (2016)   The Flame-Retardant Tris(1,3-dichloro-2-propyl) Phosphate Represses Androgen Signaling in Human Prostate Cancer Cell Lines.  Journal of Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology 30: 249-257 DOI
161. Wong, LIL; Reers, AR; Currier, HA; Williams, TD; Cox, ME; Elliott, JE; Beischlag, TV.  (2016)   The Effects of the Organic Flame-Retardant 1,2-Dibromo-4-(1,2-dibromoethyl) Cyclohexane (TBECH) on Androgen Signaling in Human Prostate Cancer Cell Lines.  Journal of Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology 30: 239-242 DOI
159. Crossin, GT; Takahashi, A; Sakamoto, KQ; Trathan, PN; Williams, TD.  (2015)   Habitat selection by foraging macaroni penguins correlates with hematocrit, an index of aerobic condition.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 530: 163-176 DOI
158. Currier, HA; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE.  (2015)   Effects of the Bioaccumulative Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether Flame Retardant Congener BDE-47 on Growth, Development, and Reproductive Success in Zebra Finches.  Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 94: 140-145 DOI  PubMed
157. Fowler, MA; Williams, TD.  (2015)   Individual variation in parental workload and breeding productivity in female European starlings: is the effort worth it?  Ecology and Evolution 5: 3585-3599 DOI
156. Perfito, N; Guardado, D; Williams, TD; Bentley, GE.  (2015)   Social Cues Regulate Reciprocal Switching of Hypothalamic Dio2/Dio3 and the Transition Into Final Follicle Maturation in European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).  Endocrinology 156: 694-706 DOI  PubMed
155. Ryan, CP; Dawson, A; Sharp, PJ; Williams, TD.  (2015)   Uncoupling clutch size, prolactin, and luteinizing hormone using experimental egg removal.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 213: 1-8 DOI  PubMed
154. Steenweg, RJ; Hennin, HL; Bety, J; Gilchrist, HG; Williams, TD; Crossin, GT; Love, OP.  (2015)   Sources of diel variation in energetic physiology in an Arctic-breeding, diving seaduck.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 216: 39-45 DOI
153. Webster, KH; Harr, KE; Bennett, DC; Williams, TD; Cheng, KM; Maisonneuve, F; Elliott, JE.  (2015)   Assessment of toxicity and coagulopathy of brodifacoum in Japanese quail and testing in wild owls.  Ecotoxicology 24: 1087-1101 DOI
152. Williams, TD; Bourgeon, S; Cornell, A; Ferguson, L; Fowler, M; Fronstin, RB; Love, OP.  (2015)   Mid-winter temperatures, not spring temperatures, predict breeding phenology in the European starling Sturnus vulgaris.  Royal Society Open Science 2 DOI
151. Williams, TD; Fowler, MA.  (2015)   Individual variation in workload during parental care: can we detect a physiological signature of quality or cost of reproduction?  Journal of Ornithology 156: S441-S451 DOI
150. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; Jones, SP; Williams, TD; Drouillard, KG; Kennedy, SW.  (2014)   AMINO ACID SEQUENCE OF THE AHR1 LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN PREDICTS AVIAN SENSITIVITY TO DIOXIN LIKE COMPOUNDS: IN VIVO VERIFICATION IN EUROPEAN STARLINGS.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33: 2753-2758 DOI  PubMed
149. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD.  (2014)   An assessment of the developmental toxicity of BDE-99 in the European starling using an integrated laboratory and field approach.  Ecotoxicology 23: 1505-1516 DOI  PubMed
148. Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Letcher, RJ; Elliott, JE.  (2014)   Assessment of concentrations and effects of organohalogen contaminants in a terrestrial passerine, the European starling.  Science of the Total Environment 473: 589-596 DOI
147. Gorman, KB; Williams, TD; Fraser, WR.  (2014)   Ecological Sexual Dimorphism and Environmental Variability within a Community of Antarctic Penguins (Genus Pygoscelis).  PLOS One 9 DOI
146. Love, OP; Madliger, CL; Bourgeon, S; Semeniuk, CAD; Williams, TD.  (2014)   Evidence for baseline glucocorticoids as mediators of reproductive investment in a wild bird.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 199: 65-69 DOI
145. Ryan, CP; Dawson, A; Sharp, PJ; Meddle, SL; Williams, TD.  (2014)   Circulating 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 DOI
144. Tissier, ML; Williams, TD; Criscuolo, F.  (2014)   Maternal Effects Underlie Ageing Costs of Growth in the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata).  PLOS One 9 DOI
143. Wagner, DN; Green, DJ; Cooper, JM; Love, OP; Williams, TD.  (2014)   Variation in Plasma Corticosterone in Migratory Songbirds: A Test of the Migration-Modulation Hypothesis.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87: 695-703 DOI  PubMed
142. Crespi, EJ; Williams, TD; Jessop, TS; Delehanty, B.  (2013)   Life history and the ecology of stress: how do glucocorticoid hormones influence life-history variation in animals?  Functional Ecology 27: 93-106 DOI
141. Crossin, GT; Phillips, RA; Lattin, CR; Romero, LM; Williams, TD.  (2013)   Corticosterone mediated costs of reproduction link current to future breeding.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 193: 112-120 DOI
140. Currier, HA; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE.  (2013)   An Assessment of In Ovo Toxicity of the Flame Retardant 1,2-Dibromo-4-(1,2-Dibromoethyl) Cyclohexane (TBECH) in the Zebra Finch.  Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 91: 455-459 DOI
139. 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, R.  (2013)   Can starling eggs be useful as a biomonitoring tool to study organohalogenated contaminants on a worldwide scale?  Environment International 51: 141-149 DOI
138. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD.  (2013)   Individual 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 finch.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32: 345-352 DOI
137. Eng, ML; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE.  (2013)   Developmental exposure to a brominated flame retardant: An assessment of effects on physiology, growth, and reproduction in a songbird, the zebra finch.  Environmental Pollution 178: 343-349 DOI
135. Palm, EC; Esler, D; Anderson, EM; Williams, TD; Love, OP; Wilson, MT.  (2013)   Baseline Corticosterone in Wintering Marine Birds: Methodological Considerations and Ecological Patterns.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86: 346-353 DOI
134. Stein, RW; Williams, TD.  (2013)   Extreme Intraclutch Egg-Size Dimorphism in Eudyptes Penguins, an Evolutionary Response to Clutch-Size Maladaptation.  American Naturalist 182: 260-270 DOI
133. Winter, V; Elliott, JE; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD.  (2013)   Validation of an egg-injection method for embryotoxicity studies in a small, model songbird, the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata).  Chemosphere 90: 125-131 DOI
132. Winter, V; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE.  (2013)   A three-generational study of In ovo exposure to PBDE-99 in the zebra finch.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32: 562-568 DOI
131. Zanette, LY; Hobson, KA; Clinchy, M; Travers, M; Williams, TD.  (2013)   Food use is affected by the experience of nest predation: implications for indirect predator effects on clutch size.  Oecologia 172: 1031-1039 DOI
130. Crossin GT, Poisbleau M, Demongin L, Chastel O, Williams TD, Eens M, Quillfeldt P.  (2012)   Migratory 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 DOI
129. Crossin, GT; Dawson, A; Phillips, RA; Trathan, PN; Gorman, KB; Adlard, S; Williams, TD.  (2012)   Seasonal patterns of prolactin and corticosterone secretion in an Antarctic seabird that moults during reproduction.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 175: 74-81 DOI
128. Crossin, GT; Phillips, RA; Trathan, PN; Fox, DS; Dawson, A; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Williams, TD.  (2012)   Migratory carryover effects and endocrinological correlates of reproductive decisions and reproductive success in female albatrosses.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 176: 151-157 DOI
127. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Phillips, RA; Gorman, KB; Dawson, A; Sakamoto, KQ; Williams, TD.  (2012)   Corticosterone Predicts Foraging Behavior and Parental Care in Macaroni Penguins.  American Naturalist 180: E31-E41 DOI
126. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Williams, TD.  (2012)   Potential mode of clutch size determination and follicle development in Eudyptes penguins.  Polar Biology 35: 313-317 DOI
125. Eng, ML; Elliott, JE; MacDougall-Shackleton, SA; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD.  (2012)   Early Exposure to 2,2 ',4,4 ',5-Pentabromodiphenyl Ether (BDE-99) Affects Mating Behavior of Zebra Finches.  Toxicological Sciences 127: 269-276 DOI
124. Vezina, F; Williams, TD; Piersma, T; Morrison, RIG.  (2012)   Phenotypic compromises in a long-distance migrant during the transition from migration to reproduction in the High Arctic.  Functional Ecology 26: 500-512 DOI
123. Williams, TD.  (2012)   Hormones, life-history, and phenotypic variation: Opportunities in evolutionary avian endocrinology.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 176: 286-295 DOI
122. Williams, TD; Fronstin, RB; Otomo, A; Wagner, E.  (2012)   Validation of the use of phenylhydrazine hydrochloride (PHZ) for experimental manipulation of haematocrit and plasma haemoglobin in birds.  Ibis 154: 21-29 DOI
121. Bourgeon, S; Guindre-Parker, S; Williams, TD.  (2011)   Effects of Sibling Competition on Growth, Oxidative Stress, and Humoral Immunity: A Two-Year Brood-Size Manipulation.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84: 429-437 DOI
120. Love, OP; Williams, TD.  (2011)   Manipulating developmental stress reveals sex-specific effects of egg size on offspring phenotype.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1497-1504 DOI
119. BLIGHT, L.K., BERTRAM, D.F., WILLIAMS, T.D. & COWEN, L.  (2010)   Interannual 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  PDF
118. Cesh, LS; Elliott, KH; Quade, S; McKinney, MA; Maisoneuve, F; Garcelon, DK; Sandau, CD; Letcher, RJ; Williams, TD; Elliott, JE.  (2010)   POLYHALOGENATED AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS AND METABOLITES: RELATION TO CIRCULATING THYROID HORMONE AND RETINOL IN NESTLING BALD EAGLES (HALIAEETUS LEUCOCEPHALUS).  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 29: 1301-1310 DOI
117. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Phillips, RA; Dawson, A; Le Bouard, F; Williams, TD.  (2010)   A Carryover Effect of Migration Underlies Individual Variation in Reproductive Readiness and Extreme Egg Size Dimorphism in Macaroni Penguins.  American Naturalist 176: 357-366 DOI
116. Crossin, GT; Trathan, PN; Phillips, RA; Williams, TD.  (2010)   Trade-off between migration and reproduction, and the physiological basis of egg size dimorphism in Macaroni penguins.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: E36-E36
115. Eng, ML; Letcher, RJ; Macdougall-Shackleton, SA; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD.  (2010)   Effects of early exposure to a brominated flame retardant (PBDE-99) on physiology and behaviour in zebra finches.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: E51-E51
114. Kordonowy, LL; McMurtry, JP; Williams, TD.  (2010)   Variation in plasma leptin-like immunoreactivity in free-living European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).  General and Comparative Endocrinology 166: 47-53 DOI
113. Salvante, KG; Vezina, F; Williams, TD.  (2010)   Evidence for within-individual energy reallocation in cold-challenged, egg-producing birds.  Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 1991-2000 DOI
112. Travers, M; Clinchy, M; Zanette, L; Boonstra, R; Williams, TD.  (2010)   Indirect predator effects on clutch size and the cost of egg production.  Ecology Letters 13: 980-988 DOI
111. Wagner, DN; Green, D; Cooper, JM; Beauchesne, S; Williams, TD.  (2010)   Impact of water level management on the condition of migratory songbirds.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: E309-E309
110. Willie, J; Travers, M; Williams, TD.  (2010)   Female Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata) Are Chronically but Not Cumulatively "Anemic" during Repeated Egg Laying in Response to Experimental Nest Predation.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83: 119-126 DOI
109. Caro, SP; Charmantier, A; Lambrechts, MM; Blondel, J; Balthazart, J; Williams, TD.  (2009)   Local adaptation of timing of reproduction: females are in the driver's seat.  Functional Ecology 23: 172-179 DOI
108. Chin, EH; Love, OP; Verspoor, JJ; Williams, TD; Rowley, K; Burness, G.  (2009)   Juveniles exposed to embryonic corticosterone have enhanced flight performance.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 276: 499-505 DOI
107. Gorman, KB; Esler, D; Walzem, RL; Williams, TD.  (2009)   Plasma Yolk Precursor Dynamics during Egg Production by Female Greater Scaup (Aythya marila): Characterization and Indices of Reproductive State.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 372-381 DOI
106. Han, D; Haunerland, NH; Williams, TD.  (2009)   Variation 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 DOI
105. JANSSEN, M.H., ARCESE, P., KYSER, T.K., BERTRAM, D.F., MCFARLANE TRANQUILLA, L., WILLIAMS, T.D. & NORRIS, R.D.  (2009)   Pre-breeding diet, condition, and timing of breeding in a threatened seabird, the Marbled Murrelet Brachyramphus marmoratus.  Marine Ornithology 37: 33-40.  PDF
104. Love, OP; Gilchrist, HG; Bety, J; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Berzins, L; Williams, TD.  (2009)   Using life-histories to predict and interpret variability in yolk hormones.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 163: 169-174 DOI
103. Vezina, F; Love, OP; Lessard, M; Williams, TD.  (2009)   Shifts in Metabolic Demands in Growing Altricial Nestlings Illustrate Context-Specific Relationships between Basal Metabolic Rate and Body Composition.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 248-257 DOI
102. Wada, H; Salvante, KG; Wagner, E; Williams, TD; Breuner, CW.  (2009)   Ontogeny and Individual Variation in the Adrenocortical Response of Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata) Nestlings.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 325-331 DOI
101. Williams, TD; Vezina, F; Speakman, JR.  (2009)   Individually variable energy management during egg production is repeatable across breeding attempts.  Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 1101-1105 DOI
100. Albert, C; Williams, TD; Morrissey, CA; Lai, VWM; Cullen, WR; Elliott, JE.  (2008)   Tissue 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 DOI
99. Albert, C.A., T.D. Williams, V. Lai, W.R. Cullen, C.A. Morrissey and J.E. Elliott.  (2008)   Dose dependant uptake, elimination and toxicity of monosodium methanearsonate (MSMA) in adult Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata).  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27: 605-611.
98. Bentzen, RL; Powell, AN; Williams, TD; Kitaysky, AS.  (2008)   Characterizing the nutritional strategy of incubating king eiders Somateria spectabilis in northern Alaska.  Journal of Avian Biology 39: 683-690 DOI
97. Bond, JC; Esler, D; Williams, TD.  (2008)   Breeding propensity of female harlequin ducks.  Journal of Wildlife Management 72: 1388-1393 DOI
96. Cesh, LS; Williams, TD; Garcelon, DK; Elliott, JE.  (2008)   Patterns and trends of chlorinated hydrocarbons in nestling bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) plasma in British Columbia and southern California.  Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 55: 496-502 DOI
95. Gorman, K.B., D. Esler, P.L. Flint and T.D. Williams.  (2008)   Nutrient-reserve dynamics during egg production by female Greater Scaup (Aythya marila): relationships with timing of reproduction.  Auk 125: 384-394.  PDF
94. Love, OP; Salvante, KG; Dale, J; Williams, TD.  (2008)   Specific variability in the immune system across life-history stages.  American Naturalist 172: E99-E112 DOI
93. Love, OP; Williams, TD.  (2008)   The adaptive value of stress-induced phenotypes: Effects of maternally derived corticosterone on sex-biased investment, cost of reproduction, and maternal fitness.  American Naturalist 172: E135-E149 DOI
92. Love, OP; Williams, TD.  (2008)   Plasticity in the adrenocortical response of a free-living vertebrate: The role of pre- and post-natal developmental stress.  Hormones and Behavior 54: 496-505 DOI
91. Love, OP; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Bond, L; Williams, TD.  (2008)   Determinants of within- and among-clutch variation in yolk corticosterone in the European starling.  Hormones and Behavior 53: 104-111 DOI
90. Pomeroy, A.C., D.A. Acevedo Seaman, R.W. Butler, R.W. Elner, T.D. Williams and R.C. Ydenberg.  (2008)   Feeding-danger tradeoffs underlie stopover site selection by migrants.  Avian Conservation and Ecology - Écologie et Conservation des Oiseaux 3(1): 7  Website
89. Pomeroy, AC; Seaman, DAA; Butler, RW; Elner, RW; Williams, TD; Ydenberg, RC.  (2008)   Feeding-Danger Trade-Offs Underlie Stopover Site Selection by Migrants.  Avian Conserv. Ecol. 3
88. Wada, H; Salvante, KG; Stables, C; Wagner, E; Williams, TD; Breuner, CW.  (2008)   Adrenocortical responses in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): Individual variation, repeatability, and relationship to phenotypic quality.  Hormones and Behavior 53: 472-480 DOI
87. Wagner, EC; Prevolsek, JS; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Williams, TD.  (2008)   Hematological changes associated with egg production: estrogen dependence and repeatability.  Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 400-408 DOI
86. Wagner, EC; Stables, CA; Williams, TD.  (2008)   Hematological changes associated with egg production: direct evidence for changes in erythropoiesis but a lack of resource dependence?  Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 2960-2968 DOI
85. Williams, TD.  (2008)   Individual variation in endocrine systems: moving beyond the 'tyranny of the Golden Mean'.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363: 1687-1698 DOI
84. Wingfield, JC; Visser, ME; Williams, TD.  (2008)   Introduction. Integration of ecology and endocrinology in avian reproduction: a new synthesis.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 363: 1581-1588 DOI
83. Gorman, KB; Flint, PL; Esler, D; Williams, TD.  (2007)   Ovarian follicle dynamics of female Greater Scaup during egg production.  Journal of Field Ornithology 78: 64-73
82. Morgan, T.C., C.A. Bishop and T.D. Williams.  (2007)   Yellow-breasted Chat and Gray Catbird productivity in a fragmented western riparian system. Wilson Journal of Ornithology.  Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119: 494-498.
81. Rowland, E; Love, OP; Verspoor, JJ; Sheldon, L; Williams, TD.  (2007)   Manipulating rearing conditions reveals developmental sensitivity in the smaller sex of a passerine bird, the European starling Sturnus vulgaris.  Journal of Avian Biology 38: 612-618 DOI
80. Salvante, KG; Lin, G; Walzem, RL; Williams, TD.  (2007)   Characterization of very-low density lipoprotein particle diameter dynamics in relation to egg production in a passerine bird.  Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 1064-1074 DOI
79. Salvante, KG; Walzem, RL; Williams, TD.  (2007)   What comes first, the zebra finch or the egg: temperature-dependent reproductive, physiological and behavioural plasticity in egg-laying zebra finches.  Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 1325-1334 DOI
78. Verspoor, JJ; Love, OP; Rowland, E; Chin, EH; Williams, TD.  (2007)   Sex-specific development of avian flight performance under experimentally altered rearing conditions.  Behavioral Ecology 18: 967-973 DOI
77. Wagner, EC; Williams, TD.  (2007)   Experimental (antiestrogen-mediated) reduction in egg size negatively affects offspring growth and survival.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80: 293-305
76. Williams, TD; Warnock, N; Takekawa, JY; Bishop, MA.  (2007)   Flyway-scale variation in plasma triglyceride levels as an index of refueling rate in spring-migrating Western Sandpipers (Calidris mauri).  Auk 124: 886-897
75. Zera, A.J., L.G. Harshman and T.D. Williams.  (2007)   Evolutionary endocrinology: the developing synthesis between endocrinology and evolutionary genetics.  Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics
74. McKinney, MA; Cesh, LS; Elliott, JE; Williams, TD; Garcelon, DK; Letcher, RJ.  (2006)   Brominated flame retardants and halogenated phenolic compounds in North American west coast bald eaglet (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) plasma.  Environ Sci Technol 40: 6275-6281
73. Seaman, DAA; Guglielmo, CG; Elner, RW; Williams, TD.  (2006)   Landscape-scale physiology: Site differences in refueling rates indicated by plasma metabolite analysis in free-living migratory sandpipers.  Auk 123: 563-574
72. Stein, RW; Williams, TD.  (2006)   Causes 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
71. Vezina, F; Speakman, JR; Williams, TD.  (2006)   Individually variable energy management strategies in relation to energetic costs of egg production.  Ecology 87: 2447-2458
70. Warnock, N; Bishop, MA; Takekawa, J; Williams, TD.  (2006)   Connecting the spots - Influences on site use by migratory Pacific Flyway shorebirds.  J Ornithol 147: 53-53
69. Chin, EH; Love, OP; Clark, AM; Williams, TD.  (2005)   Brood size and environmental conditions sex-specifically affect nestling immune response in the European starling Sturnus vulgaris.  J Avian Biol 36: 549-554
68. Dods, PL; Birmingham, EM; Williams, TD; Ikonomou, MG; Bennie, DT; Elliott, JE.  (2005)   Reproductive success and contaminants in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) breeding at a wastewater treatment plant.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24: 3106-3112
67. Gill, H; Williams, TD; Bishop, CA; Cheng, KM; Elliott, JE.  (2005)   Effects of azinphos-methyl on cholinergic responses and general health in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) after previous treatment with p,p '-DDE.  Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 48: 118-126
66. Gorman, KB; Williams, TD.  (2005)   Correlated evolution of maternally derived yolk testosterone and early developmental traits in passerine birds.  Biology Letters 1: 461-464
65. Gurney, KE; Williams, TD; Smits, JE; Wayland, M; Trudeau, S; Bendell-Young, LI.  (2005)   Impact of oil-sands based wetlands on the growth of mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) ducklings.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24: 457-463
64. Love, OP; Chin, EH; Wynne-Edwards, KE; Williams, TD.  (2005)   Stress hormones: A link between maternal condition and sex-biased reproductive investment.  American Naturalist 166: 751-766
63. Seaman, DA; Guglielm, CG; Williams, TD.  (2005)   Effects of physiological state, mass change and diet on plasma metabolite profiles in the western sandpiper Calidris mauri.  Journal of Experimental Biology 208: 761-769
62. Stein, RW; Place, AR; Lacourse, T; Guglielmo, CG; Williams, TD.  (2005)   Digestive organ sizes and enzyme activities of refueling western sandpipers (Calidris mauri): Contrasting effects of season and age.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78: 434-446
61. Vezina, F; Williams, TD.  (2005)   The metabolic cost of egg production is repeatable.  Journal of Experimental Biology 208: 2533-2538
60. Vezina, F; Williams, TD.  (2005)   Interaction 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 relationships.  Functional Ecology 19: 119-128
59. Williams, TD.  (2005)   Mechanisms underlying the costs of egg production.  Bioscience 55: 39-48
58. Williams, TD; Ames, CE; Kiparissis, Y; Wynne-Edwards, KE.  (2005)   Laying-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
57. Love, OP; Breuner, CW; Vezina, F; Williams, TD.  (2004)   Mediation of a corticosterone-induced reproductive conflict.  Hormones and Behavior 46: 59-65
56. Peery, AZ; Beissinger, SR; Newman, SH; Becker, BH; Burkett, E; Williams, TD.  (2004)   Individual and temporal variation in inland flight behavior of Marbled Murrelets: Implications for population monitoring.  Condor 106: 344-353
55. Peery, MZ; Beissinger, SR; Newman, SH; Burkett, EB; Williams, TD.  (2004)   Applying the declining population paradigm: Diagnosing causes of poor reproduction in the marbled murrelet.  Conservation Biology 18: 1088-1098
54. Sockman, KW; Williams, TD; Dawson, A; Ball, GF.  (2004)   Prior experience with photostimulation enhances photo-induced reproductive development in female European starlings: A possible basis for the age-related increase in avian reproductive performance.  Biology of Reproduction 71: 979-986
53. Williams, TD; Ames, CE.  (2004)   Top-down regression of the avian oviduct during late oviposition in a small passerine bird.  Journal of Experimental Biology 207: 263-268
52. Williams, TD; Challenger, WO; Christians, JK; Evanson, M; Love, O; Vezina, F.  (2004)   What causes the decrease in haematocrit during egg production?  Functional Ecology 18: 330-336
51. Williams, TD; Kitaysky, AS; Vezina, F.  (2004)   Individual variation in plasma estradiol-17 beta and androgen levels during egg formation in the European starling Sturnus vulgaris: implications for regulation of yolk steroids.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 136: 346-352
50. Egeler, O; Seaman, D; Williams, TD.  (2003)   Influence of diet on fatty-acid composition of depot fat in Western sandpipers (Calidris mauri).  Auk 120: 337-345
49. Guglielmo, CG; Williams, TD.  (2003)   Phenotypic 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
48. Salvante, KG; Williams, TD.  (2003)   Effects of corticosterone on the proportion of breeding females, reproductive output and yolk precursor levels.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 130: 205-214
47. Stein, RW; Williams, TD.  (2003)   Tissue 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
46. Tranquilla, LAM; Bradley, RW; Lank, DB; Williams, TD; Lougheed, LW; Cooke, F.  (2003)   The reliability of brood patches in assessing reproductive status in the Marbled Murrelet: Words of caution.  Waterbirds 26: 108-118
45. Tranquilla, LAM; Yen, PPW; Bradley, RW; Vanderkist, BA; Lank, DB; Parker, NR; Drever, M; Lougheed, LW; Kaiser, GW; Williams, TD.  (2003)   Do two murrelets make a pair? Breeding status and behavior of marbled murrelet pairs captured at sea.  Wilson Bulletin 115: 374-381
44. Tranquilla, LM; Williams, T; Cooke, F.  (2003)   Using vitellogenin to identify interannual variation in breeding chronology of marbled murrelets (Brachyramphus marmoratus).  Auk 120: 512-521
43. Vezina, F; Salvante, KG; Williams, TD.  (2003)   The metabolic cost of avian egg formation: possible impact of yolk precursor production?  Journal of Experimental Biology 206: 4443-4451
42. Vezina, F; Williams, TD.  (2003)   Plasticity in body composition in breeding birds: What drives the metabolic costs of egg production?  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76: 716-730
41. Williams, TD; Christians, JK.  (2003)   Experimental dissociation of the effects of diet, age and breeding experience on primary reproductive effort in zebra finches Taeniopygia guttata.  Journal of Avian Biology 34: 379-386
40. Williams, TD; Miller, M.  (2003)   Individual and resource-dependent variation in ability to lay supranormal clutches in response to egg removal.  Auk 120: 481-489
39. Christians, JK; Williams, TD.  (2002)   Effects of porcine follicle-stimulating hormone on the reproductive performance of female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).  General and Comparative Endocrinology 125: 121-131
38. Guglielmo, CG; Haunerland, NH; Hochachka, PW; Williams, TD.  (2002)   Seasonal dynamics of flight muscle fatty acid binding protein and catabolic enzymes in a migratory shorebird.  American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 282: R1405-R1413
37. Guglielmo, CG; O'Hara, PD; Williams, TD.  (2002)   Extrinsic and intrinsic sources of variation in plasma lipid metabolites of free-living western sandpipers (Calidris mauri).  Auk 119: 437-445
36. Guglielmo, CG; Williams, TD; Zwingelstein, G; Brichon, G; Weber, JM.  (2002)   Plasma and muscle phospholipids are involved in the metabolic response to long-distance migration in a shorebird.  Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 172: 409-417
35. McFarland, CN; Bendell-Young, LI; Guglielmo, C; Williams, TD.  (2002)   Kidney, liver and bone cadmium content in the western sandpiper in relation to migration.  Journal of Environmental Monitoring 4: 791-795
34. Salvante, KG; Williams, TD.  (2002)   Vitellogenin dynamics during egg-laying: daily variation, repeatability and relationship with egg size.  Journal of Avian Biology 33: 391-398
33. Vezina, F; Williams, TD.  (2002)   Metabolic costs of egg production in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris).  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 75: 377-385
32. Challenger, WO; Williams, TD; Christians, JK; Vezina, F.  (2001)   Follicular development and plasma yolk precursor dynamics through the laying cycle in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris).  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74: 356-365
31. Christians, JK; Williams, TD.  (2001)   Interindividual 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
30. Christians, JK; Williams, TD.  (2001)   Intraspecific variation in reproductive physiology and egg quality in the European Starling Sturnus vulgaris.  Journal of Avian Biology 32: 31-37
29. Clair, CCS; Clair, RCS; Williams, TD.  (2001)   Does kleptoparasitism by glaucous-winged gulls limit the reproductive success of Tufted Puffins?  Auk 118: 934-943
28. Guglielmo, C; Piersma, T; Williams, TD.  (2001)   A sport-physiological perspective on bird migration: Evidence for flight-induced muscle damage.  Journal of Experimental Biology 204: 2683-2690
27. Shepherd, PCF; Lank, DB; Smith, BD; Warnock, N; Kaiser, GW; Williams, TD.  (2001)   Sex ratios of Dunlin wintering at two latitudes on the Pacific coast.  Condor 103: 352-360
26. Williams, TD.  (2001)   Experimental manipulation of female reproduction reveals an intraspecific egg size-clutch size trade-off.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 268: 423-428
25. Egeler, O; Williams, TD.  (2000)   Seasonal, age, and sex-related variation in fatty-acid composition of depot fat in relation to migration in Western Sandpipers.  Auk 117: 110-119
24. Egeler, O; Williams, TD; Guglielmo, CG.  (2000)   Modulation 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
23. Moore, DJ; Williams, TD; Morris, RD.  (2000)   Mate provisioning, nutritional requirements for egg production, and primary reproductive effort of female Common Terns Sterna hirundo.  Journal of Avian Biology 31: 183-196
22. Vanderkist, BA; Williams, TD; Bertram, DF; Lougheed, LW; Ryder, JL.  (2000)   Indirect, 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
21. Vanderkist, BA; Williams, TD; Bertram, DF; Lougheed, LW; Ryder, JL.  (2000)   Indirect, physiological assessment of reproductive state and breeding chronology in free-living birds: an example in the Marbled Murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus).  Funct. Ecol. 14: 758-765 DOI
20. Williams, TD.  (2000)   Experimental (Tamoxifen-Induced) manipulation of female reproduction in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73: 566-573
19. Williams, TD; Martyniuk, CJ.  (2000)   Tissue mass dynamics during egg-production in female Zebra Finches Taeniopygia guttata: dietary and hormonal manipulations.  Journal of Avian Biology 31: 87-95
18. Butler, RW; Williams, TD; Bishop, MA; Warncock, N.  (1999)   Gone with the wind? Reply.  Auk 116: 563-564
17. Christians, JK; Williams, TD.  (1999)   Organ mass dynamics in relation to yolk precursor production and egg formation in European starlings Sturnus vulgaris.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 72: 455-461
16. Christians, JK; Williams, TD.  (1999)   Effects of exogenous 17 beta-estradiol on tee reproductive physiology and reproductive performance of European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).  Journal of Experimental Biology 202: 2679-2685
15. Smits, JE; Williams, TD.  (1999)   Validation of immunotoxicology techniques in passerine chicks exposed to oil sands tailings water.  Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 44: 105-112
14. Vanderkist, BA; Xue, XH; Griffiths, R; Martin, K; Beauchamp, W; Williams, TD.  (1999)   Evidence of in male-bias in capture samples of Marbled Murrelets from genetic studies in British Columbia.  Condor 101: 398-402
13. Vanderkist, BA; Xue, XH; Griffiths, R; Martin, K; Beauchamp, W; Williams, TD.  (1999)   Evidence of in male-bias in capture samples of Marbled Murrelets from genetic studies in British Columbia.  Condor 101: 398-402 DOI
12. Williams, TD.  (1999)   Parental and first generation effects of exogenous 17 beta-estradiol on reproductive performance of female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).  Hormones and Behavior 35: 135-143
11. Williams, TD; Christians, JK; Aiken, JJ; Evanson, M.  (1999)   Enhanced immune function does not depress reproductive output.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 266: 753-757
10. Williams, TD; Guglielmo, CG; Egeler, O; Martyniuk, CJ.  (1999)   Plasma lipid metabolites provide information on mass change over several days in captive western sandpipers.  Auk 116: 994-1000
9. Williams, TD; Ternan, SP.  (1999)   Food intake, locomotor activity, and egg laying in zebra finches: Contributions to reproductive energy demand?  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 72: 19-27
8. Balzer, AL; Williams, TD.  (1998)   Do female zebra finches vary primary reproductive effort in relation to mate attractiveness?  Behaviour 135: 297-309
7. Guglielmo, CG; Haunerland, NH; Williams, TD.  (1998)   Fatty acid binding protein, a major protein in the flight muscle of migrating Western Sandpipers.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 119: 549-555
6. Butler, RW; Williams, TD; Warnock, N; Bishop, MA.  (1997)   Wind assistance: A requirement for migration of shorebirds?  Auk 114: 456-466
5. Williams, TD; Monaghan, P; Mitchell, PI; Scott, I; Houston, DG; Ramsey, S; Ensor, K.  (1997)   Evaluation of a non-destructive method for determining egg composition using total body electrical conductivity (TOBEC) measurements.  Journal of Zoology 243: 611-622
4. Williams, TD.  (1996)   Variation in reproductive effort in female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) in relation to nutrient-specific dietary supplements during egg laying.  Physiological Zoology 69: 1255-1275
3. Williams, TD.  (1996)   Intra- 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
2. Williams, TD; Cooch, EG.  (1996)   Egg size, temperature and laying sequence: Why do Snow Geese lay big eggs when it's cold?  Functional Ecology 10: 112-118
1. Williams, TD; Jeffs, C; Murray, KA; Choudhury, S.  (1996)   Intraclutch egg-size variation in the barnacle goose Branta leucopsis: An egg-removal experiment.  Ibis 138: 499-505
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