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Jose Pablo  Veiga Relea

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914111328 - 1220

Departamento: 

ECOLOGIA EVOLUTIVA

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Profesor de investigación del CSIC

Selected publications / Publicaciones seleccionadas

Salvador, A., Veiga, J.P., Martin, J., et al. 1996. The cost of producing a sexual signal: Testosterone increases the susceptibility of male lizards to ectoparasitic infestation. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY 7: 145-150


Veiga, J.P. y Puerta, M. 1996. Nutritional constraints determine the expression of a sexual trait in the house sparrow, Passer domesticus. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 263: 229-234

 

Veiga, J.P. 1993. Badge size, phehotypic quality, and reproductive success in the House Sparrow – A study on honest advertisement. EVOLUTION 47: 1161-1170 Maestre, F.T. et al. 2012. Plant Species Richness and Ecosystem Multifunctionality in Global Drylands. SCIENCE 335: 214-218

 

Cordero, P.J., Vinuela, J., Aparicio, J.M., et al. 2001. Seasonal variation in sex ratio and sexual egg dimorphism favouring daughters in first clutches of the spotless starling. JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 14: 829-834

 

Veiga, J.P., Vinuela, J., Cordero, P.J., et al. 2004. Experimentally increased testosterone affects social rank and primary sex ratio in the spotless starling. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 46: 47-53

 

Veiga, J.P. 1992. Hatching asynchrony in the House Sparrow – A test of the egg viability hypothesis. AMERICAN NATURALIST 139: 669-675

 

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Moreno, J., Veiga, J.P., Cordero, P.J., et al. 1999. Effects of paternal care on reproductive success in the polygynous spotless starling Sturnus unicolor. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 47: 47-53

 

Veiga, J.P. 1990. Infanticide by male and female House Sparrow. ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 39: 496-502

 

Veiga, J.P. 1992. Why are House Sparrows predominantly monogamous – A test of hypotheses. ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 43: 361-370

 

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