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Wendt Müller
Wendt Müller
Assistant Professor, University of Antwerp
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Maternal hormones as a tool to adjust offspring phenotype in avian species
TGG Groothuis, W Müller, N von Engelhardt, C Carere, C Eising
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (2), 329-352, 2005
9362005
Avian mothers create different phenotypes by hormone deposition in their eggs
CM Eising, W Müller, TGG Groothuis
Biology letters 2 (1), 20-22, 2006
1842006
Balancing between costs and benefits of maternal hormone deposition in avian eggs
TGG Groothuis, CM Eising, C Dijkstra, W Müller
Biology Letters 1 (1), 78-81, 2005
1632005
Prenatal androgen exposure modulates cellular and humoral immune function of black-headed gull chicks
W Müller, TGG Groothuis, A Kasprzik, C Dijkstra, RV Alatalo, H Siitari
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1575), 1971-1977, 2005
1582005
Sex differences in yolk hormones depend on maternal social status in Leghorn chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus)
W Müller, CM Eising, C Dijkstra, TGG Groothuis
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
1582002
Manipulative signals in family conflict? On the function of maternal yolk hormones in birds
W Müller, CKM Lessells, P Korsten, N Engelhardt
The American Naturalist 169 (4), E84-E96, 2007
1522007
Multiple pathways of maternal effects in black‐headed gull eggs: constraint and adaptive compensatory adjustment
TGG Groothuis, CM Eising, JD Blount, P Surai, V Apanius, C Dijkstra, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19 (4), 1304-1313, 2006
1032006
Maternal androgens in egg yolks: relation with sex, incubation time and embryonic growth
CM Eising, W Müller, C Dijkstra, TGG Groothuis
General and Comparative Endocrinology 132 (2), 241-247, 2003
1012003
Elevated yolk androgen levels benefit offspring development in a between-clutch context
W Müller, K Deptuch, I López-Rull, D Gil
Behavioral Ecology 18 (5), 929-936, 2007
852007
Maternal antibody transmission and breeding densities in the black-headed gull Larus ridibundus
W Müller, TGG Groothuis, C Dijkstra, H Siitari, RV Alatalo
Functional Ecology, 719-724, 2004
762004
An experimental study on the causes of sex‐biased mortality in the black‐headed gull− the possible role of testosterone
W Müller, TGG Groothuis, CM Eising, C Dijkstra
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (4), 735-741, 2005
622005
GPS tracking data of Lesser Black-backed Gulls and Herring Gulls breeding at the southern North Sea coast
EWM Stienen, P Desmet, B Aelterman, W Courtens, S Feys, N Vanermen, ...
ZooKeys, 115, 2016
602016
Within-clutch patterns of yolk testosterone vary with the onset of incubation in black-headed gulls
W Müller, CM Eising, C Dijkstra, TGG Groothuis
Behavioral Ecology 15 (6), 893-397, 2004
582004
Inter-sexual differences in T-cell-mediated immunity of black-headed gull chicks (Larus ridibundus) depend on the hatching order
W Müller, C Dijkstra, TGG Groothuis
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55, 80-86, 2003
582003
Maternal yolk testosterone in canary eggs: toward a better understanding of mechanisms and function
W Müller, S Boonen, TGG Groothuis, M Eens
Behavioral Ecology 21 (3), 493-500, 2010
572010
Maternal yolk androgens stimulate territorial behaviour in black-headed gull chicks
W Müller, C Dijkstra, TGG Groothuis
Biology letters 5 (5), 586-588, 2009
572009
High-resolution GPS tracking reveals sex differences in migratory behaviour and stopover habitat use in the Lesser Black-backed Gull Larus fuscus
JM Baert, EWM Stienen, BC Heylen, MM Kavelaars, RJ Buijs, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 5391, 2018
552018
Extra‐pair paternity, testes size and testosterone level in relation to colour polymorphism in the barn owl Tyto alba
A Roulin, W Müller, L Sasvári, C Dijkstra, AL Ducrest, C Riols, M Wink, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 35 (6), 492-500, 2004
532004
Sources of variation in innate immunity in great tit nestlings living along a metal pollution gradient: an individual-based approach
A Vermeulen, W Müller, KD Matson, BI Tieleman, L Bervoets, M Eens
Science of the Total Environment 508, 297-306, 2015
502015
Steroids for free? No metabolic costs of elevated maternal androgen levels in the black-headed gull
CM Eising, GH Visser, W Müller, TGG Groothuis
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (18), 3211-3218, 2003
482003
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