Kevin McGraw
Kevin McGraw
Professor, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University
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Bird coloration: mechanisms and measurements
GE Hill, GE Hill, KJ McGraw, J Kevin
Harvard University Press, 2006
918*2006
Mechanics of melanin-based coloration
KJ McGRAW
Bird coloration 1, 243-294, 2006
5512006
Carotenoids, immunocompetence, and the information content of sexual colors: an experimental test
KJ McGraw, DR Ardia
The American Naturalist 162 (6), 704-712, 2003
4912003
Different colors reveal different information: how nutritional stress affects the expression of melanin-and structurally based ornamental plumage
KJ McGraw, EA Mackillop, J Dale, ME Hauber
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (23), 3747-3755, 2002
3732002
Differential effects of endoparasitism on the expression of carotenoid-and melanin-based ornamental coloration
KJ McGraw, GE Hill
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2000
3582000
The antioxidant function of many animal pigments: are there consistent health benefits of sexually selected colourants?
KJ McGraw
Animal Behaviour 69 (4), 757-764, 2005
2512005
Sex-biased hatching order and adaptive population divergence in a passerine bird
AV Badyaev, GE Hill, ML Beck, AA Dervan, RA Duckworth, KJ McGraw, ...
Science 295 (5553), 316-318, 2002
2472002
Maternally derived carotenoid pigments affect offspring survival, sex ratio, and sexual attractiveness in a colorful songbird
KJ McGraw, E Adkins-Regan, RS Parker
Naturwissenschaften 92 (8), 375-380, 2005
2132005
How feather colour reflects its carotenoid content
L Saks, K McGRAW, P H§rak
Functional Ecology 17 (4), 555-561, 2003
2092003
Plumage coloration, not length or symmetry of tail-streamers, is a sexually selected trait in North American barn swallows
RJ Safran, KJ McGraw
Behavioral Ecology 15 (3), 455-461, 2004
1992004
An update on the honesty of melanin‐based color signals in birds
KJ McGraw
Pigment Cell & Melanoma Research 21 (2), 133-138, 2008
1652008
How feather colour reflects its melanin content
KJ McGraw, RJ Safran, K Wakamatsu
Functional Ecology 19 (5), 816-821, 2005
1572005
Birds use fruit colour as honest signal of dietary antioxidant rewards
HM Schaefer, K McGraw, C Catoni
Functional Ecology 22 (2), 303-310, 2008
1552008
Melanins, metals, and mate quality
KJ McGraw
Oikos, 402-406, 2003
1542003
The Influence of Carotenoid Acquisition and Utilization on the Maintenance of Species-Typical Plumage Pigmentation in Male American Goldfinches (Carduelis tristis) andá…
KJ McGraw, GE Hill, R Stradi, RS Parker
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74 (6), 843-852, 2001
1542001
From molecules to living systems: historical and contemporary issues in oxidative stress and antioxidant ecology
D Costantini, M Rowe, MW Butler, KJ McGraw
Functional Ecology 24 (5), 950-959, 2010
1512010
Elytra color as a signal of chemical defense in the Asian ladybird beetle Harmonia axyridis
AL Bezzerides, KJ McGraw, RS Parker, J Husseini
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (9), 1401-1408, 2007
1422007
Dynamic paternity allocation as a function of male plumage color in barn swallows
RJ Safran, CR Neuman, KJ McGraw, IJ Lovette
Science 309 (5744), 2210-2212, 2005
1412005
Social environment during molt and the expression of melanin-based plumage pigmentation in male house sparrows (Passer domesticus)
KJ McGraw, J Dale, EA Mackillop
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53 (2), 116-122, 2003
1352003
You can't judge a pigment by its color: carotenoid and melanin content of yellow and brown feathers in swallows, bluebirds, penguins, and domestic chickens
KJ McGraw, K Wakamatsu, S Ito, PM Nolan, P Jouventin, FS Dobson, ...
The Condor 106 (2), 390-395, 2004
1302004
Il sistema al momento non pu˛ eseguire l'operazione. Riprova pi¨ tardi.
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