His work on Captivity expands to the thematically related Zoology. His study connects Zoology and Captivity. Many of his studies on Ecology apply to Conservation Plan as well. His Conservation Plan study typically links adjacent topics like Habitat. By researching both Habitat and Endangered species, Michael J. L. Magrath produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Michael J. L. Magrath regularly links together related areas like Population in his Endangered species studies. Population is closely attributed to Captive breeding in his research. As part of his studies on Captive breeding, Michael J. L. Magrath often connects relevant areas like Demography. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Sex allocation and Demography.
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Is male care compromised by additional mating opportunity
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2003)
Pre-ovulation control of hatchling sex ratio in the Seychelles warbler.
Jan Komdeur;Michael J L Magrath;Michael J L Magrath;Sven Krackow.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2002)
The evolution of egg rejection by cuckoo hosts in Australia and Europe
N E Langmore;R M Kilner;S H M Butchart;G Maurer.
Behavioral Ecology (2005)
Paternal care declines with increased opportunity for extra-pair matings in fairy martins
Michael J. L. Magrath;Mark A. Elgar.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (1997)
Maternal Effects Contribute to the Superior Performance of Extra-Pair Offspring
Michael J.L. Magrath;Michael J.L. Magrath;Oscar Vedder;Marco van der Velde;Jan Komdeur.
Current Biology (2009)
Timing of prenuptial molt as a sexually selected indicator of male quality in superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus)
Raoul A. Mulder;Michael J. L. Magrath.
Behavioral Ecology (1994)
Helping enhances multiple components of reproductive success in the cooperatively breeding apostlebird
Iain A. Woxvold;Michael J. L. Magrath.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2005)
Animal personality and pace-of-life syndromes: do fast-exploring fairy-wrens die young?
Michelle L. Hall;Timon van Asten;Andrew C. Katsis;Niels J. Dingemanse;Niels J. Dingemanse.
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (2015)
Egg size and laying order in relation to offspring sex in the extreme sexually size dimorphic brown songlark, Cinclorhamphus cruralis
Michael J. L. Magrath;Michael J. L. Magrath;Lyanne Brouwer;Jan Komdeur.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2003)
Little penguins, Eudyptula minor, show increased avoidance, aggression and vigilance in response to zoo visitors
Sally L. Sherwen;Michael J.L. Magrath;Kym L. Butler;Kym L. Butler;Paul H. Hemsworth.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2015)
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