Robert Businge

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Harry H. Marshall,a Jennifer L. Sanderson,a Francis Mwanghuya,b Robert Businge,b Solomon Kyabulima,b Michelle C. Hares,a Emma Inzani,a Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka,c Kenneth Mwesige,b Faye J. Thompson,a Emma I. K. Vitikainen,a and Michael A. Canta aCentre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus, Treliever Road, Penryn, Cornwall TR10(More)
Early-life ecological conditions have major effects on survival and reproduction. Numerous studies in wild systems show fitness benefits of good quality early-life ecological conditions ("silver-spoon" effects). Recently, however, some studies have reported that poor-quality early-life ecological conditions are associated with later-life fitness advantages(More)
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