Centre national de la recherche scientifique, CNRS
Ecology, Zoology, Host, Group membership and Social communication are her primary areas of study. Her is doing research in Iridescence, Thermoregulation and Plumage, both of which are found in Ecology. Her study on Zoology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Kittiwake.
Her Kittiwake study combines topics in areas such as Natural population growth, Cloaca, Rissa tridactyla and Bacteria, Microbial population biology. Her study on Group membership is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Sociality, Mongoose, Sexual maturity, Vertebrate and Dominance. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Olfaction and MHC class I, Major histocompatibility complex.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Zoology, Ecology, Rissa tridactyla, Feather and Mate choice. Sarah Leclaire combines subjects such as Bacteria, Immune system and Reproductive success with her study of Zoology. Her work on Host, Olfactory cues and Brood as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Group membership, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The various areas that Sarah Leclaire examines in her Rissa tridactyla study include Sex allocation, Sex ratio, Fledge, Hatchling and Integument. Her Feather research includes elements of Microbiome and Plumage. Her research integrates issues of Olfaction, Major histocompatibility complex and Kittiwake in her study of Mate choice.
Her main research concerns Zoology, Feather, Plumage, Evolutionary biology and Major histocompatibility complex. Her biological study deals with issues like Rissa tridactyla, which deal with fields such as Sex allocation and Reproductive value. Her study in Feather is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Petrel, Sexual selection, Procellariidae, Melanin and Nocturnal.
Her work deals with themes such as Pollutant and Reproductive success, which intersect with Plumage. Sarah Leclaire has included themes like Olfaction, Mate choice, MHC class I and Halobaena caerulea in her Evolutionary biology study. Her Major histocompatibility complex study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Avian clutch size and Hatching.
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Age-related differences in the cloacal microbiota of a wild bird species
BMC Ecology (2013)
Bacterial communities in meerkat anal scent secretions vary with host sex, age, and group membership
Sarah Leclaire;Sarah Leclaire;Sarah Leclaire;Johanna F. Nielsen;Johanna F. Nielsen;Johanna F. Nielsen;Christine M. Drea;Christine M. Drea.
Behavioral Ecology (2014)
Semiochemical compounds of preen secretion reflect genetic make-up in a seabird species.
Sarah Leclaire;Sarah Leclaire;Thomas Merkling;Thomas Merkling;Christine Raynaud;Christine Raynaud;Hervé Mulard;Hervé Mulard.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2012)
Preen secretions encode information on MHC similarity in certain sex-dyads in a monogamous seabird
Sarah Leclaire;Sarah Leclaire;Wouter F. D. van Dongen;Wouter F. D. van Dongen;Steeve Voccia;Steeve Voccia;Thomas Merkling;Thomas Merkling.
Scientific Reports (2015)
Feather bacterial load affects plumage condition, iridescent color, and investment in preening in pigeons
Sarah Leclaire;Pauline Pierret;Marion Chatelain;Julien Gasparini.
Behavioral Ecology (2014)
Food availability and offspring sex in a monogamous seabird: insights from an experimental approach
Thomas Merkling;Thomas Merkling;Sarah Leclaire;Sarah Leclaire;Etienne Danchin;Etienne Danchin;Emeline Lhuillier;Emeline Lhuillier.
Behavioral Ecology (2012)
Odour-based kin discrimination in the cooperatively breeding meerkat
Sarah Leclaire;Sarah Leclaire;Johanna F. Nielsen;Johanna F. Nielsen;Nathan K. Thavarajah;Nathan K. Thavarajah;Marta Manser;Marta Manser.
Biology Letters (2013)
Odour-based discrimination of similarity at the major histocompatibility complex in birds
Sarah Leclaire;Maria Strandh;Jérôme Mardon;Helena Westerdahl.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2017)
Uropygial gland size and composition varies according to experimentally modified microbiome in Great tits
Staffan Jacob;Anika Immer;Sarah Leclaire;Nathalie Parthuisot.
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2014)
Social odours covary with bacterial community in the anal secretions of wild meerkats
Sarah Leclaire;Staffan Jacob;Staffan Jacob;Lydia K. Greene;George R. Dubay.
Scientific Reports (2017)
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