Michael Briga
Michael Briga
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Oxidative stress and life histories: unresolved issues and current needs
JR Speakman, JD Blount, AM Bronikowski, R Buffenstein, C Isaksson, ...
Ecology and Evolution 5 (24), 5745-5757, 2015
1292015
Care for kin: within-group relatedness and allomaternal care are positively correlated and conserved throughout the mammalian phylogeny
M Briga, I Pen, J Wright
Biology Letters 8 (4), 533-536, 2012
522012
What can long-lived mutants tell us about mechanisms causing aging and lifespan variation in natural environments?
M Briga, S Verhulst
Experimental Gerontology 71, 21-26, 2015
432015
Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities
SC Griffith, OL Crino, SC Andrew, FY Nomano, E Adkins‐Regan, ...
Ethology 123 (1), 1-29, 2017
352017
Food availability affects adult survival trajectories depending on early developmental conditions
M Briga, E Koetsier, JJ Boonekamp, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1846), 20162287, 2017
332017
Heritability of telomere length in the zebra finch
E Atema, E Mulder, HL Dugdale, M Briga, AJ van Noordwijk, S Verhulst
Journal of Ornithology 156 (4), 1113-1123, 2015
312015
Large diurnal temperature range increases bird sensitivity to climate change
M Briga, S Verhulst
Scientific Reports 5, 16600, 2015
302015
Bill redness is positively associated with reproduction and survival in male and female zebra finches
MJP Simons, M Briga, E Koetsier, R Folkertsma, MD Wubs, C Dijkstra, ...
PLoS One 7 (7), e40721, 2012
262012
Effects of early developmental conditions on innate immunity are only evident under favourable adult conditions in zebra finches
G De Coster, S Verhulst, E Koetsier, L De Neve, M Briga, L Lens
Naturwissenschaften 98 (12), 1049-1056, 2011
252011
Context dependent effects of carotenoid supplementation on reproduction of zebra finches
MJP Simons, M Briga, B Leenknegt, S Verhulst
Behavioral Ecology 25 (4), 945-950, 2014
212014
Male but not female zebra finches with high plasma corticosterone have lower survival
B Jimeno, M Briga, M Hau, S Verhulst
Functional Ecology 32 (3), 713-721, 2018
162018
Effects of developmental conditions on glucocorticoid concentrations in adulthood depend on sex and foraging conditions
B Jimeno, M Briga, S Verhulst, M Hau
Hormones and behavior 93, 175-183, 2017
142017
Individual variation in metabolic reaction norms over ambient temperature causes low correlation between basal and standard metabolic rate
M Briga, S Verhulst
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (18), 3280-3289, 2017
122017
Growing up and growing old: A longitudinal study on aging in zebra finches
M Briga
University of Groningen, 2016
122016
Stabilizing survival selection on presenescent expression of a sexual ornament followed by a terminal decline
MJP Simons, M Briga, S Verhulst
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (7), 1368-1378, 2016
112016
What have humans done for evolutionary biology? Contributions from genes to populations
M Briga, RM Griffin, V Berger, JE Pettay, V Lummaa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1866), 20171164, 2017
82017
Baseline glucose level is an individual trait that is negatively associated with lifespan and increases due to adverse environmental conditions during development and adulthood
B Montoya, M Briga, B Jimeno, S Moonen, S Verhulst
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 188 (3), 517-526, 2018
72018
The heuristic value of redundancy models of aging
JJ Boonekamp, M Briga, S Verhulst
Experimental Gerontology 71, 95-102, 2015
72015
Coupling lifespan and aging? The age at onset of body mass decline associates positively with sex-specific lifespan but negatively with environment-specific lifespan
M Briga, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Experimental Gerontology 119, 111-119, 2019
42019
Glucose regulation is a repeatable trait affected by successive handling in zebra finches
B Montoya, M Briga, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 190, 455–464, 2020
2020
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