His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Zoology, Brood parasite, Parasitism and Cowbird. His Nest, Cuckoo, Eggshell, Predation and Mimicry investigations are all subjects of Ecology research. His studies deal with areas such as Threatened species and Reproductive success as well as Zoology.
His Brood parasite research incorporates themes from Obligate, Brood and Paternal care. His research in Parasitism intersects with topics in Avian clutch size and Interspecific competition. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Philopatry and Sayornis phoebe.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Zoology, Ecology, Brood parasite, Nest and Brood. His research combines Eggshell and Zoology. His research links Paternal care with Ecology.
As part of his Host and Parasitism and Brood parasite studies, Mark E. Hauber is studying Brood parasite. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Host, Mimicry is strongly linked to Coevolution. His Cuculus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Acrocephalus and Common cuckoo.
Mark E. Hauber mostly deals with Zoology, Brood parasite, Host, Nest and Brood. His Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Obligate, Eggshell and Predation. The Brood parasite study combines topics in areas such as Intraspecific competition and Paternal care.
His Host research includes themes of Color vision and Sensory system. Mark E. Hauber has researched Nest in several fields, including Mimicry and Incubation. Acridotheres tristis is a subfield of Ecology that Mark E. Hauber explores.
His primary scientific interests are in Zoology, Brood parasite, Nest, Host and Brood. Mark E. Hauber combines subjects such as Eggshell and Zebra finch with his study of Zoology. His studies deal with areas such as Intraspecific competition and Paternal care as well as Brood parasite.
His work deals with themes such as Parental investment and Ecology, which intersect with Paternal care. His work in Host addresses subjects such as Obligate, which are connected to disciplines such as Coevolution, Seasonal breeder, Interspecific competition and Biodiversity. As a part of the same scientific family, Mark E. Hauber mostly works in the field of Brood, focusing on Foraging and, on occasion, Home range and Utilization distribution.
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Vertebrate pigmentation: from underlying genes to adaptive function
Joanna K. Hubbard;J. Albert C Uy;Mark Erno Hauber;Hopi E. Hoekstra.
Trends in Genetics (2010)
The biology of color
Innes C. Cuthill;William L. Allen;Kevin Arbuckle;Barbara Caspers.
Different colors reveal different information: how nutritional stress affects the expression of melanin- and structurally based ornamental plumage.
Kevin J. McGraw;Emiko A. Mackillop;Emiko A. Mackillop;James Dale;James Dale;Mark E. Hauber;Mark E. Hauber.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (2002)
Self-referent phenotype matching: theoretical considerations and empirical evidence.
Mark Erno Hauber;Paul W. Sherman.
Trends in Neurosciences (2001)
Spatial heterogeneity of mesopredator release within an oceanic island system
Matt J. Rayner;Mark Erno Hauber;Michael J. Imber;Rosalie K. Stamp.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Brood Parasitic Cowbird Nestlings Use Host Young to Procure Resources
Rebecca M. Kilner;Joah R. Madden;Mark Erno Hauber;Mark Erno Hauber.
Embryonic Learning of Vocal Passwords in Superb Fairy-Wrens Reveals Intruder Cuckoo Nestlings
Diane Colombelli-Négrel;Mark Erno Hauber;Jeremy Robertson;Frank J. Sulloway.
Current Biology (2012)
Song Selectivity in the Song System and in the Auditory Forebrain
Frédéric E. Theunissen;Noopur Amin;Sarita S. Shaevitz;Sarah M.N. Woolley.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2004)
Mechanisms of assortative mating in speciation with gene flow: Connecting theory and empirical research
Michael Kopp;Maria R Servedio;Tamra C Mendelson;Rebecca J Safran.
The American Naturalist (2018)
Dense sampling of bird diversity increases power of comparative genomics.
Shaohong Feng;Josefin Stiller;Yuan Deng;Joel Armstrong;Joel Armstrong.
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