Diego Gil
Diego Gil
Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (CSIC)
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The honesty of bird song: multiple constraints for multiple traits
D Gil, M Gahr
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 17 (3), 133-141, 2002
Male attractiveness and differential testosterone investment in zebra finch eggs
D Gil, J Graves, N Hazon, A Wells
Science 286 (5437), 126-128, 1999
Hormones in avian eggs: physiology, ecology and behavior
D Gil
Advances in the Study of Behavior 38, 337-398, 2008
Experimental evidence for real-time song frequency shift in response to urban noise in a passerine bird
E Bermúdez-Cuamatzin, AA Ríos-Chelén, D Gil, CM Garcia
Biology letters 7 (1), 36-38, 2011
Female canaries produce eggs with greater amounts of testosterone when exposed to preferred male song
D Gil, G Leboucher, A Lacroix, R Cue, M Kreutzer
Hormones and Behavior 45 (1), 64-70, 2004
Avian urban ecology: behavioural and physiological adaptations
D Gil, H Brumm
OUP Oxford, 2013
Golden eggs: maternal manipulation of offspring phenotype by egg androgen in birds
GIL Diego
Ardeola 50 (2), 281-294, 2003
Song characteristics are age dependent in the willow warbler, Phylloscopus trochilus
D Gil, JLS Cobb, PJB Slater
Animal Behaviour 62 (4), 689-694, 2001
Birds living near airports advance their dawn chorus and reduce overlap with aircraft noise
D Gil, M Honarmand, J Pascual, E Pérez-Mena, C Macías Garcia
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 435-443, 2015
Nestling immunocompetence and testosterone covary with brood size in a songbird
M Naguib, K Riebel, A Marzal, D Gil
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Strategies of song adaptation to urban noise in the house finch: syllable pitch plasticity or differential syllable use?
E Bermúdez-Cuamatzin, AA Ríos-Chelén, D Gil, CM Garcia
Behaviour, 1269-1286, 2009
Maternal developmental stress reduces reproductive success of female offspring in zebra finches
M Naguib, A Nemitz, D Gil
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1596), 1901-1905, 2006
Negative effects of elevated testosterone on female fecundity in zebra finches
J Rutkowska, M Cichoń, M Puerta, D Gil
Hormones and behavior 47 (5), 585-591, 2005
Early condition, song learning, and the volume of song brain nuclei in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)
D Gil, M Naguib, K Riebel, A Rutstein, M Gahr
Journal of neurobiology 66 (14), 1602-1612, 2006
Transgenerational body size effects caused by early developmental stress in zebra finches
M Naguib, D Gil
Biology letters 1 (1), 95-97, 2005
Correlated evolution of male and female testosterone profiles in birds and its consequences
AP Møller, LZ Garamszegi, D Gil, S Hurtrez-Bousses, M Eens
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58, 534-544, 2005
Song organisation and singing patterns of the willow warbler, Phylloscopus trochilus
D Gil, PJB Slater
Behaviour, 759-782, 2000
Food availability affects the maternal transfer of androgens and antibodies into eggs of a colonial seabird
J Gasparini, T Boulinier, VA Gill, D Gil, SA Hatch, A Roulin
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (3), 874-880, 2007
Maternal allocation of androgens and antagonistic effects of yolk androgens on sons and daughters
N Saino, RP Ferrari, M Romano, R Martinelli, A Lacroix, D Gil, AP Møller
Behavioral Ecology 17 (2), 172-181, 2006
The learning advantage: bird species that learn their song show a tighter adjustment of song to noisy environments than those that do not learn
AA Ríos‐Chelén, C Salaberria, I Barbosa, C Macías Garcia, D Gil
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (11), 2171-2180, 2012
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