Female Reproductive Energetics

@inproceedings{Carey1996FemaleRE,
  title={Female Reproductive Energetics},
  author={Cynthia Carey},
  year={1996}
}
Our knowledge of the energetics of avian reproduction has increased dramatically since Ricklefs (1974) summarized the literature on the subject and attempted to structure existing descriptive information into an evolutionary context. So many studies now exist on avian reproduction that time and space limitations for this chapter required some critical decisions. I chose to leave out male reproductive energetics in hopes that some other person will soon undertake a review of that important… CONTINUE READING

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