Barbara Tschirren
Barbara Tschirren
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Sexual dimorphism in susceptibility to parasites and cell‐mediated immunity in great tit nestlings
B Tschirren, PS Fitze, H Richner
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (5), 839-845, 2003
Evolutionary signals of selection on cognition from the great tit genome and methylome
VN Laine, TI Gossmann, KM Schachtschneider, CJ Garroway, O Madsen, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 10474, 2016
Life history and fitness consequences of ectoparasites
PS Fitze, B Tschirren, H Richner
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (2), 216-226, 2004
Short‐and long‐term consequences of early developmental conditions: a case study on wild and domesticated zebra finches
B Tschirren, AN Rutstein, E Postma, M Mariette, SC Griffith
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (2), 387-395, 2009
Ectoparasite–modulated deposition of maternal androgens in great tit eggs
B Tschirren, H Richner, H Schwabl
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Host condition and host immunity affect parasite fitness in a bird–ectoparasite system
B Tschirren, LL Bischoff, V Saladin, H Richner
Functional Ecology 21 (2), 372-378, 2007
Polymorphisms at the innate immune receptor TLR2 are associated with Borrelia infection in a wild rodent population
B Tschirren, M Andersson, K Scherman, H Westerdahl, PRE Mittl, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1759), 20130364, 2013
Proximate mechanisms of variation in the carotenoid‐based plumage coloration of nestling great tits (Parus major L.)
B Tschirren, PS Fitze, H Richner
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 91-100, 2003
Parasites shape the optimal investment in immunity
B Tschirren, H Richner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1595), 1773-1777, 2006
Maternal modulation of natal dispersal in a passerine bird: an adaptive strategy to cope with parasitism?
B Tschirren, PS Fitze, H Richner
The American Naturalist 169 (1), 87-93, 2007
Carotenoid-based plumage colors and immune function: is there a trade-off for rare carotenoids?
PS Fitze, B Tschirren, J Gasparini, H Richner
the american naturalist 169 (S1), S137-S144, 2007
Maternal yolk testosterone does not modulate parasite susceptibility or immune function in great tit nestlings
B Tschirren, V Saladin, PS Fitze, H Schwabl, H Richner
Journal of Animal Ecology, 675-682, 2005
Revisiting mechanisms and functions of prenatal hormone-mediated maternal effects using avian species as a model
TGG Groothuis, BY Hsu, N Kumar, B Tschirren
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1770), 20180115, 2019
Heritable variation in maternal yolk hormone transfer in a wild bird population
B Tschirren, J Sendecka, TGG Groothuis, L Gustafsson, B Doligez
The American Naturalist 174 (4), 557-564, 2009
Carotenoid-based colour expression is determined early in nestling life
PS Fitze, B Tschirren, H Richner
Oecologia 137, 148-152, 2003
Signatures of selection acting on the innate immunity gene Toll‐like receptor 2 (TLR2) during the evolutionary history of rodents
B Tschirren, L Råberg, H Westerdahl
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (6), 1232-1240, 2011
Carotenoid-based nestling colouration and parental favouritism in the great tit
B Tschirren, PS Fitze, H Richner
Oecologia 143, 477-482, 2005
Dissecting Carotenoid from Structural Components of Carotenoid‐Based Coloration: A Field Experiment with Great Tits (Parus major)
A Jacot, C Romero-Diaz, B Tschirren, H Richner, PS Fitze
The American Naturalist 176 (1), 55-62, 2010
Bacterial microbiota composition of Ixodes ricinus ticks: the role of environmental variation, tick characteristics and microbial interactions
T Aivelo, A Norberg, B Tschirren
PeerJ 7, e8217, 2019
Contrasting patterns of diversity and population differentiation at the innate immunity gene toll-like receptor 2 (TLR2) in two sympatric rodent species
B Tschirren, M Andersson, K Scherman, H Westerdahl, L Råberg
Evolution 66 (3), 720-731, 2012
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