His research on Zoology often connects related areas such as Sparrow. As part of his studies on Sparrow, Matteo Griggio often connects relevant subjects like Zoology. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Ecology and Phenology through his research. His study in Parental investment extends to Pregnancy with its themes. He combines topics linked to Pregnancy with his work on Parental investment. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Avian clutch size and Genetics. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Genetics and Avian clutch size. His Offspring study frequently involves adjacent topics like Paternal care. His research combines Offspring and Paternal care.
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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)
Males prefer ornamented females: a field experiment of male choice in the rock sparrow
Matteo Griggio;Francisco Valera;Alejandro Casas;Andrea Pilastro.
Animal Behaviour (2005)
Spatial segregation of home ranges between neighbouring colonies in a diurnal raptor
Jacopo G. Cecere;Salvatore Bondì;Stefano Podofillini;Simona Imperio.
Scientific Reports (2018)
Moult speed affects structural feather ornaments in the blue tit.
Matteo Griggio;L Serra;D Licheri;C Campomori.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2009)
Armaments and ornaments in the rock sparrow: a possible dual utility of a carotenoid-based feather signal
Matteo Griggio;Lorenzo Serra;Davide Licheri;Alessia Monti.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2006)
Male rock sparrows adjust their breeding strategy according to female ornamentation: parental or mating investment?
Andrea Pilastro;Matteo Griggio;Giuliano Matessi.
Animal Behaviour (2003)
Moult speed constrains the expression of a carotenoid-based sexual ornament
L Serra;Matteo Griggio;D Licheri;Andrea Augusto Pilastro.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2007)
An experiment on the function of the long-term pair bond period in the socially monogamous bearded reedling
Matteo Griggio;Herbert Hoi.
Animal Behaviour (2011)
Female ornamentation and directional male mate preference in the rock sparrow
Matteo Griggio;Alessandro Devigili;H Hoi;Andrea Augusto Pilastro.
Behavioral Ecology (2009)
Female house sparrows "count on" male genes: experimental evidence for MHC-dependent mate preference in birds
Matteo Griggio;Clotilde Biard;Clotilde Biard;Dustin J Penn;Dustin J Penn;Herbert Hoi;Herbert Hoi.
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2011)
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