Articles de périodiques
Luis Rojas Mora, A., Meniri, M., Gning, O., Glauser, G., Vallat, A., & Helfenstein, F. (2017). Antioxidant allocation modulates sperm quality across changing social environments. PLoS ONE, 12, 0176385-0176385.
Luis Rojas Mora, A., Meniri, M., Ciprietti, S., & Helfenstein, F. (2017). Social dominance explains within-ejaculate variation in sperm design in a passerine bird. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 17, 66-76.
Luis Rojas Mora, A., Firth, A., Blareau, S., Vallat, A., & Helfenstein, F. (2017). Oxidative stress affects sperm performance and ejaculate redox status in subordinate house sparrows. Journal of Experimental Biology, 220, 2577-2588.
Merkling, T., Blanchard, P., Chastel, O., Glauser, G., Vallat, A., Hatch, S. A., Danchin, E., & Helfenstein, F. (2017). Reproductive effort and oxidative stress: effects of offspring sex and number on the physiological state of a long-lived bird. Functional Ecology, 31, 1201-1209.
MendonÇA, R., Gning, O., Di Cesare, C., Lachat, L., Bennett, N. C., Helfenstein, F., & Glauser, G. (2017). Sensitive and selective quantification of free and total malondialdehyde in plasma using UHPLC-HRMS. Journal of Lipid Research, in press, 999-999.
Fasel, N. J., Wesseling, C., Fernandez, A. A., Vallat, A., Glauser, G., Helfenstein, F., & Richner, H. (2017). Alternative reproductive tactics, sperm mobility, and oxidative stress in Carollia perspicillata (Seba's short-tailed bat). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71, 11-23.
Costantini, D., & Helfenstein, F. (2017). Editorial: oxidative stress and signal honesty. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5, 32-33.
Wesseling, C., Fasel, N. J., Richner, H., & Helfenstein, F. (2016). Modification of sperm quality after sexual abstinence in the Seba's short tailed bat (Carollia perspicillata). Journal of Experimental Biology, 219, 1363-1368.
Luis Rojas Mora, A., Meniri, M., Glauser, G., Vallat, A., & Helfenstein, F. (2016). Badge size reflects sperm oxidative status within social groups in the House Sparrow Passer domesticus. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4, 67-76.
Merkling, T., Perrot, C., Helfenstein, F., Ferdy, J. B., Gaillard, L., Lefol, E., Voisin, E., Hatch, S. A., Danchin, E., & Blanchard, P. (2016). Maternal effects as drivers of sibling competition in a parent–offspring conflict context? An experimental test. Ecology and Evolution, 6, 3699-3710.
Jacob, S., Parthuisot, N., Vallat, A., Ramon-Portugal, F., Helfenstein, F., & Heeb, P. (2015). Microbiome affects egg carotenoid investment, nestling development and adult oxidative costs of reproduction in Great tits. Functional Ecology, 29(8), 1048-1058.
Jenni-Eiermann, S., Helfenstein, F., Vallat, A., Glauser, G., & Jenni, L. (2015). Corticosterone: effects on feather quality and deposition into feathers. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6(2), 237-246.
Fasel, N. J., Helfenstein, F., Buff, S., & Richner, H. (2015). Electroejaculation and semen buffer evaluation in the microbat Carollia perspicillata. Theriogenology, 83(5), 904-910.
Losdat, S., Helfenstein, F., Blount, J. D., & Richner, H. (2014). Resistance to oxidative stress shows low heritability and high common environmental variance in a wild bird. Journal of evolutionary biology, 27(9), 1990-2000.
Losdat, S., Helfenstein, F., Blount, J. D., Marri, V., Maronde, L., & Richner, H. (2013). Nestling erythrocyte resistance to oxidative stress predicts fledging success but not local recruitment in a wild bird. Biology Letters, 9(1).
Podlas, K., Helfenstein, F., & Richner, H. (2013). Brood Reduction via Intra-clutch Variation in Testosterone-An Experimental Test in the Great Tit. PloS one, 8(2).
Losdat, S., Helfenstein, F., Gaude, B., & Richner, H. (2011). Reproductive effort transiently reduces antioxidant capacity in a wild bird. Behavioral Ecology, 22(6), 1218-1226.
Leclaire, S., Bourret, V., Wagner, R. H., Hatch, S. A., Helfenstein, F., Chastel, O., & Danchin, E. (2011). Behavioral and physiological responses to male handicap in chick-rearing black-legged kittiwakes. Behavioral Ecology, 22(6), 1156-1165.
Losdat, S., Helfenstein, F., Saladin, V., & Richner, H. (2011). Higher in vitro resistance to oxidative stress in extra?pair offspring. Journal of evolutionary biology, 24(11), 2525-2530.
Losdat, S., Richner, H., Blount, J. D., & Helfenstein, F. (2011). Immune activation reduces sperm quality in the great tit. PloS one, 6(7).
Leclaire, S., Helfenstein, F., Degeorges, A., Wagner, R. H., & Danchin, E. (2010). Family size and sex-specific parental effort in black-legged kittiwakes. Behaviour, 147(13-14), 13-14.
Helfenstein, F., Podevin, M., & Richner, H. (2010). Sperm morphology, swimming velocity, and longevity in the house sparrow Passer domesticus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64(4), 557-565.
Helfenstein, F., Losdat, S., Moller, A. P., Blount, J. D., & Richner, H. (2010). Sperm of colourful males are better protected against oxidative stress. Ecology letters, 13(2), 213-222.
Losdat, S., Helfenstein, F., Gaude, B., & Richner, H. (2010). Effect of sibling competition and male carotenoid supply on offspring condition and oxidative stress. Behavioral Ecology, 21, 1271-1277.
Mulard, H., Danchin, E., Talbot, S. L., Ramey, A. M., Hatch, S. A., White, J. F., Helfenstein, F., & Wagner, R. H. (2009). Evidence that pairing with genetically similar mates is maladaptive in a monogamous bird. BMC evolutionary biology, 9(1).
Helfenstein, F., Losdat, S., Saladin, V., & Richner, H. (2008). Females of carotenoid-supplemented males are more faithful and produce higher quality offspring. Behavioral Ecology, 19(6), 1165-1172.
Helfenstein, F., Berthouly, A., Tanner, M., Karadas, F., & Richner, H. (2008). Nestling begging intensity and parental effort in relation to prelaying carotenoid availability. Behavioral Ecology, 19(1), 108-115.
Berthouly, A., Helfenstein, F., Tanner, M., & Richner, H. (2008). Sex-related effects of maternal egg investment on offspring in relation to carotenoid availability in the great tit. Journal of Animal Ecology, 77(1), 74-82.
White, J., Wagner, R. H., Helfenstein, F., Hatch, S. A., Mulard, H., Naves, L. C., & Danchin, E. (2008). Multiple deleterious effects of experimentally aged sperm in a monogamous bird. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(37), 13947-13952.
Helfenstein, F., Szép, T., Nagy, Z., Kempenaers, B., & Wagner, R. H. (2008). Between-male variation in sperm size, velocity and longevity in sand martins Riparia riparia. Journal of Avian Biology, 39(6), 647-652.
Berthouly, A., Helfenstein, F., & Richner, H. (2007). Cellular immune response, stress resistance and competitiveness in nestling great tits in relation to maternally transmitted carotenoids. Functional Ecology, 21(2), 335-343.
Wagner, R. H., Helfenstein, F., & Danchin, E. (2004). Female choice of young sperm in a genetically monogamous bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences, 271(Suppl 4), S134-S137.
Helfenstein, F., Tirard, C., Danchin, E., & Wagner, R. H. (2004). Low frequency of extra-pair paternity and high frequency of adoption in black-legged kittiwakes. The Condor, 106(1), 149-155.
Helfenstein, F., Danchin, E., & Wagner, R. H. (2004). Assortative mating and sexual size dimorphism in Black-legged Kittiwakes. Waterbirds, 27(3), 350-354.
Helfenstein, F., Danchin, E., & Wagner, R. H. (2004). Is male unpredictability a paternity assurance strategy?. Behaviour, 141(6), 675-690.
Helfenstein, F., Wagner, R. H., Danchin, E., & Rossi, J. M. (2003). Functions of courtship feeding in black-legged kittiwakes: natural and sexual selection. Animal Behaviour, 65(5), 1027-1033.
Helfenstein, F., Wagner, R. H., & Danchin, E. (2003). Sexual conflict over sperm ejection in monogamous pairs of kittiwakes Rissa tridactyla. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 54(4), 370-376.
Tirard, C., Helfenstein, F., & Danchin, E. (2002). Polymorphic microsatellites in the black?legged kittiwake Rissa tridactyla. Molecular Ecology Notes, 2(4), 431-433.
Wagner, R. H., Danchin, E., Boulinier, T., & Helfenstein, F. (2000). Colonies as byproducts of commodity selection. Behavioral Ecology, 11(5), 572-573.
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