Juan C. Reboreda mainly investigates Ecology, Brood parasite, Cowbird, Zoology and Nest. His studies in Parasitism, Host, Hatching, Pseudoleistes virescens and Seasonal breeder are all subfields of Ecology research. His study looks at the intersection of Parasitism and topics like Animal ecology with Predation.
He has included themes like Avian clutch size and Hippocampus, Enlarged hippocampus in his Brood parasite study. His Cowbird study combines topics in areas such as Screaming cowbird, Fledge, Brood and Troglodytes. Juan C. Reboreda has researched Zoology in several fields, including Vigilance and Foraging.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Brood parasite, Nest, Zoology and Cowbird. His research on Ecology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Reproductive success. His studies in Brood parasite integrate themes in fields like Generalist and specialist species and Brood.
As a member of one scientific family, Juan C. Reboreda mostly works in the field of Nest, focusing on Pseudoleistes virescens and, on occasion, Reproduction and Intraspecific competition. His work carried out in the field of Zoology brings together such families of science as Obligate and Interspecific competition. The various areas that he examines in his Cowbird study include Animal ecology, Mimicry and Fledge.
Brood parasite, Zoology, Ecology, Cowbird and Nest are his primary areas of study. The Screaming cowbird research he does as part of his general Brood parasite study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Colour perception, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Zoology research integrates issues from Baywing and Culicivora caudacuta.
While the research belongs to areas of Ecology, Juan C. Reboreda spends his time largely on the problem of Amazona aestiva, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Nesting and Psittaciformes. His Cowbird research incorporates elements of Animal ecology and Paternal care. His Nest research incorporates themes from Predation, Predator, Upland goose and Population decline.
Juan C. Reboreda mainly focuses on Ecology, Cowbird, Brood parasite, Nest and Host. Juan C. Reboreda performs integrative study on Ecology and Humanities. His Cowbird study improves the overall literature in Parasitism.
Juan C. Reboreda usually deals with Parasitism and limits it to topics linked to Reproductive success and Screaming cowbird, Agelaioides and Gnorimopsar chopi. His Brood parasite study incorporates themes from Statistics and Generalist and specialist species. His Nest study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Predation, Developmental psychology, Amazona aestiva, Brood and Nesting.
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Species and sex differences in hippocampus size in parasitic and non-parasitic cowbirds.
Juan C. Reboreda;Nicky S. Clayton;Alex Kacelnik.
Seasonal changes of hippocampus volume in parasitic cowbirds
Nicky S Clayton;Juan C Reboreda;Alex Kacelnik.
Behavioural Processes (1997)
Risk sensitivity in starlings: variability in food amount and food delay
Juan C. Reboreda;Alejandro Kacelnik.
Behavioral Ecology (1991)
Host–parasite coevolution beyond the nestling stage? Mimicry of host fledglings by the specialist screaming cowbird
Maria Cecilia de Marsico;Mariela G. Gantchoff;Juan Carlos Reboreda.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2012)
Effect of Group Size on Individual and Collective Vigilance in Greater Rheas
Gustavo J. Fernández;Gustavo J. Fernández;Angel F. Capurro;Juan C. Reboreda.
Sexual, seasonal and group size differences in the allocation of time between vigilance and feeding in the greater rhea, Rhea americana
Juan C. Reboreda;Gustavo J. Fernandez.
The wages of violence: mobbing by mockingbirds as a frontline defence against brood-parasitic cowbirds
Ros Gloag;Vanina Dafne Fiorini;Juan Carlos Reboreda;Alex Kacelnik.
Animal Behaviour (2013)
Costs of brood parasitism and the lack of defenses on the yellow-winged blackbird - shiny cowbird system
Viviana Massoni;Juan Carlos Reboreda.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (1998)
Effects of Shiny Cowbird Molothrus bonariensis parasitism on different components of House Wren Troglodytes aedon reproductive success
Diego T. Tuero;Vanina D. Fiorini;Juan C. Reboreda.
Nesting success in Brown-and-yellow Marshbirds : Effects of timing, nest site, and brood parasitism
Myriam E. Mermoz;Juan C. Reboreda.
The Auk (1998)
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