Disentangling genetic and prenatal sources of familial resemblance across ontogeny in a wild passerine.


Cross-fostering experiments are widely used by quantitative geneticists to study genetics and by behavioral ecologists to study the effects of prenatal investment. Generally, the effects of genes and prenatal investment are confounded and the interpretation given to such experiments is largely dependent on the interests of the researcher. Using a large… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/evo.12144


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