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Badyaev, A.V. 2014. Epigenetic resolution of the “curse of complexity” in adaptive evolution of complex traits. The Journal of Physiology 592: 2251–2260.

 

 

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Badyaev, A.V. and J. Bruce Walsh. 2014. Epigenetic processes and genetic architecture in character origination and evolution. Pp. 177-189 in Quantitative Genetics in the Wild. A. Charmantier, D. Garant, LEB Kruuk, Eds. Oxford University Press.

 

 

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Badyaev, A.V. 2014. Reconciling innovation and adaptation during recurrent colonizations: molecular, genetic, and developmental bases. Pp.: 155-169 in Avian Urban Ecology: Behavioural and Physiological Adaptations. Diego Gil and Henrik Brumm, Eds. Oxford University Press.

 

 

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Badyaev, A.V. 2013. "Homeostatic hitchhiking": a mechanism for the evolutionary retention of complex adaptations. Integrative and Comparative Biology 53: 913-922.

 

 


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Newman, S.A. N. Mezentseva, and A. V. Badyaev. 2013. Gene loss, thermogenesis and the origin of birds. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1289: 36-47 In The Year in Evolutionary Biology 2013. T. A. Mousseau and C.W. Fox, Eds. Wiley. New York.

 

 

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Badyaev, A.V. 2013. Defining epigenetics in deterministic terms. BioScience 63: 224-228.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V., V. Belloni, G.E. Hill. 2012. House Finch (Carpodacus mexicanus). In The Birds of North America. (A. Poole, Ed.). 110 pp. Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences, The American Ornithologists' Union,Washington, D.C.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2012. Maternal Inheritance. Brenner's Encyclopedia of Genetics (Second Edition; S. Maloy and K. Hughes, eds.) Academic Press. In press.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2011. How do precise adaptive features arise in development? Examples with evolution of context-specific sex-ratios and perfect beaks. Auk: Internat. J. Ornithol. 128: 467-474.

 


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Landeen, E. A. and A.V. Badyaev. 2012. Developmental integration of feather growth and pigmentation and its implications for the evolution of diet-derived coloration. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution. 318: 59-70.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2011. Origin of the fittest: Link between emergent variation and evolutionary change as a critical question in evolutionary biology. Proceedings of Royal Society, Biological Sciences. Lond. 278: 1921-1929.

 

 


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Stein, L.R. and A.V. Badyaev. 2011. Evolution of eggshell architecture during rapid range expansion in a passerine bird. Functional Ecology 25: 1215–1222.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2010. The Morning after the Year of Darwin. Review of The Laws of Evolution and the Derived Lawlike Principles by S. Haywood (Hagenia, Oxford). Auk: Internat. J. Ornithol 127:961-963.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2010. The Beak of the Other Finch: Coevolution of genetic covariance structure and developmental modularity during adaptive evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences. Lond. 365: 1111-1126.

 


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Oh, K.P. and A. V. Badyaev. The evolution of mate choice for genetic benefits: single-locus effects and the heritability of heterozygosity. J. evol. Biology: In revision.

 

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Oh, K.P. and A. V. Badyaev. 2010. Structure of social networks in a passerine bird: consequences for sexual selection and the evolution of mating strategies. American Naturalist 176: E80-E89.


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Young, R.L., M. J. Sweeney, and A. V. Badyaev. 2010. Morphological diversity and ecological similarity: versatility of muscular and skeletal morphologies enables ecological convergence in shrews Functional Ecology 24: 556–565.

 


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Stein, L.R. K.P. Oh, and A. V. Badyaev. 2010. Fitness consequences of male provisioning of incubating females in a desert passerine bird. Journal of Ornithology 151: 227-234.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. and T. Uller. 2009. Parental effects in ecology and evolution: Mechanisms, processes, and implications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences. Lond. 364: 1169-1177.

 


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Oh. K.P. and A.V. Badyaev. 2009. Isolation and characterization of seventeen microsatellite loci for the house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 1029-1032.

 

 


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Mousseau, T.A., T. Uller, E. Wapstra, and A.V. Badyaev. 2009. Evolution of maternal effects: Past and present. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 364: 1035-1038.

 


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Uller, T. and A.V. Badyaev. 2009. Evolution of “determinants” in sex-determination: A novel hypothesis for the origin of environmental contingencies in avian sex-bias. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 20: 304-312.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2009. Evolutionary significance of phenotypic accommodation in novel environments: An empirical test of the Baldwin effect. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 364: 1125-1141.

 

 


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Young, R. L. and A.V. Badyaev. 2010. Developmental plasticity links local adaptation with evolutionary diversification in foraging morphology. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 314: 434–444.

 


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Hamstra, T. L. and A.V. Badyaev. 2009. Comprehensive investigation of ectoparasite community and abundance across life history stages of avian host. Journal of Zoology 278: 91-99.

 

 


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Snell-Rood, E.C. and A.V. Badyaev. 2008. Ecological gradient of sexual selection: Elevation and song complexity in finches. Oecologia 157: 545-551.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2008. Evolution despite natural selection? Emergence theory and the ever elusive link between adaptation and adaptability. Acta Biotheoretica 56: 249-255.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2008. Maternal effects as generators of evolutionary change: A reassessment. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1133: 151-161 In The Year in Evolutionary Biology 2008. C. D. Schlichting and T. A. Mousseau, Eds. Wiley-Blackwell.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., R.L. Young, G. E. Hill, R. A. Duckworth. 2008. Evolution of sex-biased maternal effects in birds: IV. Intra-ovarian growth dynamics can link sex-determination and sex-specific acquisition of resources. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21: 449–460.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., R. L. Young, K. P. Oh, and C. Addison. 2008. Evolution on a local scale: Developmental, functional, and genetic bases of divergence in bill form and associated changes in song structure between adjacent habitats. Evolution 62: 1951-1964.

 


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Oh, K. P. and A.V. Badyaev. 2008. Evolution of adaptation and mate choice: Parental relatedness affects expression of phenotypic variance in a natural population. Evolutionary Biology 35: 111-124.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V., and K. P. Oh. 2008. Environmental induction and phenotypic retention of adaptive maternal effects. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8:3 doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-8-3

 


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Rutkowska, J. and A.V. Badyaev. 2008. Meiotic drive and sex determination: Molecular and cytological mechanisms of sex ratio adjustment in birds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 363: 1675-1686.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2007. Evolvability and robustness in color displays: Bridging the gap between theory and data. Evolutionary Biology 34: 61-71.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. and E. A. Landeen. 2007. Developmental evolution of sexual ornamentation: Model and a test of feather growth and pigmentation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 47: 221-233.

 


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Duckworth, R.A. and A.V. Badyaev. 2007. Coupling of dispersal and aggression facilitates the rapid range expansion of a passerine bird. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States 104: 15017-15022.

 


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Young, R. L. and A.V. Badyaev. 2007. Evolution of ontogeny: linking epigenetic remodeling and genetic adaptation in skeletal structures. Integrative and Comparative Biology 47: 234-244.

 


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Young, R. L., T.S. Haselkorn, and A.V. Badyaev. 2007. Functional equivalence of morphologies enables morphological and ecological diversity. Evolution 61: 2480–2492.

 


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Jonart, L.M. G.E. Hill, and A. V. Badyaev. 2007. Fighting ability and motivation: determinants of dominance and contest strategies in females of a passerine bird. Animal Behaviour 74: 1675-1681.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. and C. M. Vleck. 2007. Context-dependent ontogeny of sexual ornamentation: implications for a trade-off between current and future breeding efforts. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1277–1287.

 


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Navara, K.J., A.V. Badyaev, M. Mendonça, and G. E. Hill. 2006. Yolk antioxidants and androgens in relation to male attractiveness and female condition. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79: 1098-1105.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., Hamstra, T., Oh, K.P., and D. Acevedo Seaman. 2006. Sex-biased maternal effects reduce ectoparasite-induced mortality in a passerine bird. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States 103: 14406-14411.

 


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Dhondt, A.A. , Badyaev, A.V., Dobson, A. P., Hawley, D. M. et al. 2006. Dynamics of mycoplasmal conjunctivitis in the native and introduced range of the host. Ecohealth 3: 95-102.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., D. Acevedo Seaman, K.J. Navara, G.E. Hill, M. T. Mendonca. 2006. Evolution of sex-biased maternal effects in birds: III. Adjustment of ovulation order enables sex-specific allocation of hormones, carotenoids, and vitamins. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 1044-1057.

 


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Lindstedt, E., K. P. Oh, and A.V. Badyaev. 2007. Ecological, social, and genetic contingency of extrapair behavior in a socially monogamous bird. Journal of Avian Biology 38: 214-238.

 

 


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Oh, K.P. and A.V. Badyaev. 2006. Adaptive genetic complementarity in mate choice coexists with preference for elaborate sexual traits. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 273: 1913-1919.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2005. Maternal inheritance and rapid evolution of sexual size dimorphism: Passive effects or active strategies? American Naturalist 166: S17-30.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., K.P. Oh, R. Mui. 2006 Evolution of sex-biased maternal effects in birds: II. Contrasting sex-specific oocyte competition in native and recently established populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 909-921.

 


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Mennill, D.J., A.V. Badyaev, L.M. Jonart, G.E. Hill. 2006. Male house finches with elaborate songs have higher reproductive performance. Ethology 112: 174-180.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V. and R.A. Duckworth. 2005. Evolution of plasticity in hormonally-integrated parental tactics Pp. 375-386. In Functional Avian Endocrinology (eds. A. Dawson & P. J. Sharp). Narosa Publishing House.


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Young, R.L., and A.V. Badyaev. 2006. Evolutionary persistence of phenotypic integration: Influence of developmental and functional relationships on evolution of complex trait. Evolution 60:1291–1299.

 

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2005. The origin and diversification of organismal forms: A long-awaited evolutionary synthesis. Review of Developmental Plasticity and Evolution by Mary Jane West-Eberhard (Oxford Univ Press). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128: 703-707.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2006. Colorful phenotypes of colorless genotypes: Towards a new evolutionary synthesis of animal color displays. Pp. 349-379 In Avian Coloration: Function & Evolution. Harvard Univ. Press.


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Badyaev, A.V. 2005. Stress-induced variation in evolution: from behavioral plasticity to genetic assimilation. Proceedings of Royal Society, Biological Sciences. Lond. 272: 877-886.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., K.R. Foresman & R.L. Young. 2005. Evolution of morphological integration: II. Developmental accommodation of stress-induced variation. American Naturalist 166: 382-395.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., H. Schwabl, R. L. Young, R. A. Duckworth, K. Navara, A.F. Parlow. 2005. Adaptive sex differences in growth of pre-ovulation oocytes in a passerine bird. Proceedings of Royal Society, Biological Sciences. Lond. 272: 2165-2172.

 


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71. Badyaev, A.V. 2004. Rigorous science for exaggerated traits. Review of Mating Systems and Strategies by Stephen M. Shuster & Michael J. Wade (Princeton Monographs in Behavior and Ecology). Ecology 85: 1472–1474.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2005. Role of stress in evolution: From individual adaptability to evolutionary adaptation. Pages 277-302 in Variation: A Central Concept in Biology. (eds. B. Hallgrimsson & B. K. Hall). Elsevier Academic Press. More about this book; Review by J. Fordyce


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Young, R.L. and A. V. Badyaev. 2004. Evolution of sex-biased maternal effects in birds. I. Sex-specific resource allocation among simultaneously maturing follicles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 1355-1366.

 


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68.

 

Snell-Rood, E.C. and A.V. Badyaev.2008. Ecological gradient of sexual selection: Elevation and song complexity in finches. Oecologia 157: 545-551.

 


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Sæther, B-E., Engen, S., Moller, A.P., Weimerskirch, H., Visser, M.E., Fiedler, W., Matthysen, E., Lambrechts M.M., Badyaev, A.V. et al. 2004. Life history variation predicts stochastic effects on avian population dynamics. American Naturalist 164: 793-802.


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Badyaev, A.V. and K. R. Foresman. 2004. Evolution of morphological integration: I. Functional units channel stress-induced variation. American Naturalist 163: 868-879.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. and R.L. Young 2004. Complexity and integration in sexual ornamentation: An example with carotenoid and melanin plumage pigmentation. Journal of evolutionary biology 17: 1317-1327.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2004. Integration and modularity in the evolution of sexual ornaments: An overlooked perspective. Pp.: 50-79 In Phenotypic Integration: Studying the Ecology and Evolution of Complex Phenotypes. (Eds. M. Pigliucci & K. Preston). Oxford University Press. Table of contents; Book review by Theunis Piersma



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Badyaev, A.V. 2004.Developmental perspective on the evolution of sexual ornaments. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6: 975-991.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. and R.A. Duckworth. 2003. Context-dependent sexual advertisement: plasticity in development of sexual ornamentation throughout the lifetime of a passerine bird. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16: 1065-1076.

 


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Badyaev, A. V., and E. C. Snell-Rood. 2006. Rapid evolutionary divergence of environment-dependent sexual traits in speciation: A paradox? Pp. 315-319 in W. J. Bock and R. Schodde, eds. Proceedings of XXIII International Ornithological Congress. Acta Zoologica Sinica 52 (Supplement). Beijing

 


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Duckworth, R. A., A.V. Badyaev, and A. F. Parlow. 2003. Elaborately ornamented males avoid costly parental care in the house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus): a proximate perspective. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 55: 176 - 183.

 


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Cole, L.M., G.E. Hill, A.V. Badyaev. The function and development of mutual recognition in female house finches (Carpodacus mexicanus). Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology


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58. Foresman, K.R. and A.V. Badyaev. 2005. Developmental instability and the environment: Why are some species better indicators of stress than others? Pp. 265-272. In J. F. Merritt, S. Churchfield, R. Hutterer, B. I. Sheftel , eds. Advances in the Biology of Shrews.

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Badyaev, A.V., G. E. Hill, and M. L. Beck. 2003. Interactions of maternal effects: Onset of incubation and offspring sex in a passerine bird. Oecologia 135: 386-390.

 


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Duckworth, R.A., A.V. Badyaev, A.V., K. L. Farmer, G. E. Hill, and S. R. Roberts. 2003. First case of mycoplasmosis in the native range of the House Finch (Carpodacus mexicanus). Auk 120: 528-530.



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55. Badyaev, A.V., M. L. Beck, G.E. Hill, and L.A. Whittingham. 2003. The evolution of sexual size dimorphism in the house finch. V. Maternal effects. Evolution 57: 384-396.

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54. Badyaev, A.V. 2003. Family Motacillidae. Encyclopedia of Birds (C. Perrins Ed.) Edward Grey Institute of Field Ornithology and Andromeda Oxford Limited. Oxford.

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Ballentine, B., A.V. Badyaev and G.E. Hill. 2003. Changes in song complexity correspond to periods of female fertility in blue grosbeaks Guiraca caerulea. Ethology 109: 55-66

 


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52. Badyaev, A.V., and G.E. Hill. 2003. Avian sexual dichromatism in relation to history and current selection. Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 34: 27-49.

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51. Badyaev, A.V. 2002. Growing apart: Ontogenetic perspective on the evolution of sexual size dimorphism. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17: 369-378
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Badyaev, A.V. and A. Qvarnström. 2002. Putting sexual traits into the context of an organism: a life-history perspective in studies of sexual selection. Perspectives in Ornithology. Auk 119: 301-310.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. and G. E. Hill. 2002. Paternal care as a conditional strategy: Distinct reproductive tactics associated with elaboration of plumage ornamentation in the house finch. Behavioral Ecology 13: 591-597

 


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Badyaev, A.V., G.E. Hill, and L.A. Whittingham. 2002. Population consequences of maternal effects: sex-bias in egg-laying order facilitates divergence in sexual dimorphism between bird populations. Journal of evolutionary Biology 15: 997-1003.

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 2002. Male and female growth in sexually dimorphic species: Harmony, conflict, or both? Invited Review. Comments on Theoretical Biology 7: 10-33.

 


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46. Badyaev, A.V., and G.E. Hill. 2002. Avian quick-change artists: Exemplars of rapid adaptation, house finches show that mothers know best. Natural History 6: 58-65.

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Badyaev, A.V., Hill, G.E., Beck, M.L., Dervan, A.A., Duckworth, R.A., McGraw, K.J., Nolan, P.M., and L.A. Whittingham 2002. Sex-biased hatching order and adaptive population divergence in a passerine bird. Science 295: 316-318



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Badyaev, A. V. G. E. Hill, and L. A. Whittingham.2002. The evolution of sexual size dimorphism in the house finch: IV. Population divergence in ontogeny of dimorphism. Evolution 55: 2534-2549.

 


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Badyaev, A.V., G. E. Hill, and B. V. Weckworth. 2002. Species divergence in sexually selected traits: Increase in song elaboration is related to decrease in plumage ornamentation in finches. Evolution 56: 412-419

 


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Badyaev, A.V., and C. K. Ghalambor. 2001. Evolution of life histories along elevational gradients: Evidence for a trade-off between parental care and fecundity in birds. Ecology 82: 2948-2960

 


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Badyaev, A.V., G. E. Hill, P.O. Dunn, and J.C. Glen. 2001. "Plumage color" as a composite trait: Developmental and functional integration of sexual ornamentation. American Naturalist 158: 221-235

 


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Klingenberg, C.K., A.V. Badyaev, S. M. Sowry, and N.J. Beckwith. 2001. Inferring developmental modularity from morphological integration: Analysis of individual variation and asymmetry in bumblebee wings. American Naturalist 157: 11-23

 


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39. Badyaev, A.V., and P. Hendricks. 2001. Wagtails and Pipits (Family Motacillidae). pp. 479-485 in The Sibley Guide to Bird Life & Behavior (eds. Elphick, C. Dunning, J.B., & D.A. Sibley). National Audubon Society. Chanticleer Press, New York
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Badyaev, A.V., L. A. Whittingham, and G.E. Hill. 2001. The evolution of sexual size dimorphism in the house finch: III. Developmental basis. Evolution 55: 176-189.


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37. Badyaev, A. V. and T.E. Martin 2000. Sexual dimorphism in relation to current selection in the house finch. Evolution 54: 987-997.

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Badyaev, A.V. and T.E. Martin. 2000. Individual variation in growth trajectories: Phenotypic and genetic correlations in ontogeny of the house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13: 290-302.



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Badyaev, A.V., and G. E. Hill. 2000. The evolution of sexual dimorphism in the house finch: I. Population divergence in morphological covariance structure. Evolution 54: 1784-1794.



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Badyaev, A.V., and Hill, G.E. Stoehr, A.M., Nolan. P.M, and K. J.McGraw. 2000. The evolution of sexual dimorphism in the house finch: II. Population divergence in relation to local selection. Evolution 54: 2134-2144.



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Badyaev, A.V., K.R. Foresman, and M.V. Fernandes. 2000. Rapid environmental change and developmental stability. Vegetation removal causes increased fluctuating asymmetry in a free-living shrew population. Ecology 81: 336-345.



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Badyaev, A.V., and G. E.Hill. 2000. Evolution of sexual dichromatism in birds: Contribution of carotenoid- versus melanin-based plumage coloration. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 69: 153-172



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31. Badyaev, A.V. and K. R. Foresman 2000. Extreme environmental change and evolution: Stress-induced morphological variation is strongly concordant with patterns of evolutionary divergence in shrew mandibles. Proceedings of Royal Society, Biological Sciences. Lond. 267: 371-379
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30. Badyaev, A.V. and G. E.Hill. 1999. Variation in avian sexual dichromatism in relation to phylogeny and ecology: a review. Pp. 1687-1705 in Adams, N.and Slotow, R. (Eds), Proceedings of XXII Internaional Ornithol. Congr. Durban, University of Natal.

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29. Badyaev, A. V. and C. K. Ghalambor. 1998. Does a trade-off exist between sexual ornamentation and ecological plasticity? Sexual dichromatism and occupied elevational range in finches. Oikos 82: 319-325

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28. Kupriyanova, E.K., and A.V.Badyaev. 1998. Ecological correlates of Arctic Serpulidae (Annelida,Polychaeta) distribution. Ophelia 49:181-193.
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27. Badyaev, A.V. 1998. Environmental stress and developmental stability in dentition of the Yellowstone grizzly bears. Behavioral Ecology 9: 339-344

 


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26. Badyaev, A.V, W.J. Etges, J.D. Faust, and T.E. Martin. 1998. Fitness correlates of spur length and spur asymmetry in male wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo L.). Journal of Animal Ecology 67: 845-852.

 


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25. Badyaev, A.V., B. Kessel, and D.D. Gibson.1998. Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla flava). In The Birds of North America. No 383. (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences, The American Ornithologists' Union,Washington, D.C.



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24. Badyaev, A.V. 1998. Mammalogy & Mammalogy Lab'98. Biology 306. University of Montana. On-line manual: Worldwide Web

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23. Badyaev, A.V. 1998. Comparative Embryology. Biology 302, University of Montana, On-line manual: Worldwide Web.

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22. Badyaev, A.V. 1997. Altitudinal variation in sexual dimorphism: a new pattern and alternative hypotheses. Behavioral Ecology 8: 675-690.

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21. Badyaev, A.V. 1997. Avian life history variation along altitudinal gradients: An example with Cardueline finches. Oecologia 111: 357-364

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20. Badyaev, A.V. 1997. Covariation between sexually selected and life history traits: An example with Cardueline finches. Oikos 80: 128-139.

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19. Badyaev, A.V., and E. S. Leaf. 1997. Habitat associations of song characteristics in Phylloscopus and Hippolais warblers. Auk 114: 40-46.

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18. Badyaev, A.V. 1997. Biology of Mammals. Biology 306. University of Montana. On-line manual: Worldwide Web

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17. Badyaev, A.V., D.D. Gibson, and B. Kessel. 1996. White Wagtail (Motacilla alba). In The Birds of North America, No 236 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C.

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16. Badyaev, A.V., D.D. Gibson, and B. Kessel. 1996. Black-backed Wagtail (Motacilla lugens). In The Birds of North America, No 237 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C

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15. Martin, T.E. and A.V. Badyaev. 1996. Sexual dichromatism relative to nest height and nest predation: contribution of females versus males. Evolution 50: 2454-2460.

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14. Badyaev, A.V., and J.D. Faust. 1996. Nest site fidelity in female Wild Turkeys: potential causes and reproductive consequences. Condor 98: 589-594.

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13. Badyaev, A.V., T.E. Martin., and W.J. Etges. 1996. Habitat sampling and selection: ecological determinants and reproductive consequences. Auk 113: 636-646.

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12. Badyaev, A.V., W.J. Etges, and T.E. Martin. 1996. Ecological and behavioral correlates of variation in seasonal home ranges. Journal of Wildlife Management 60: 154-164.

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11. Badyaev, A.V., W.J. Etges, and T.E. Martin. 1996. Age-biased spring dispersal in male wild turkeys. Auk 113: 240-242

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10. Badyaev, A.V. 1995. Nest habitat selection and nest success of eastern wild turkeys in the Arkansas Ozarks. Condor 97: 221-232.

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Kupriyanova, E.K., and A.V. Badyaev. 1995. Ecological correlates of geographical distribution: an example with habitat selection in Arctic Polychaetas. American Zoologist 135: 374-

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 1994. Breeding biology of White-winged Grosbeak (Mycerobas carnipes) in conditions of subalpine bush zone of the Phansky [sic] Mountains. Bulletin MOIP (Biology Division) 99 (2): 20-28.

 



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Badyaev, A.V. 1994. Spring and breeding dispersal in an Arkansas population of Wild Turkeys: causes of and consequences for reproductive performance. M.S. Thesis, Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR., 132 pp

 

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Badyaev, A.V. 1993. Breeding biology of the Gold-fronted Serin (Serinus pusillus) in conditions of subalpine bush zone of the Phansky Mountains. Biological Sciences 1993 (1): 89-99

 


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Badyaev, A.V. 1990. Comparative ecology of Serinus pusillus and Mycerobas carnipes in the subalpine belt in the Phansky Mountains (Pamir - Alay). Moscow University Press, Moscow., 167 pp

 

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Badyaev, A.V. 1987. Composition and distribution of the Phansky Mountain (Pamir-Alay) avifauna (98 spp.) and peculiarities of avian biology in the conditions of subalpine juniper bush belt. Moscow Univ. Press, Moscow., 83 p

 

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3. Badyaev, A.V. 1987. An interesting anomaly of nesting behavior of the Mallard (Anas platyrhyncha). Ornithology 22: 199-201.

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Badyaev, A.V. 1986. Bird's nest surprises: Habitat structure, reproductive performance. Nature & Man (UNICEF): Vol.1: 74-76.

 

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1. Badyaev, A.V. 1985. The Mallard's nest surprise: what can birds tell us. Sputnik: Vol. 8 No PDF
 

 

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