Is income breeding an appropriate construct for waterfowl?

@article{Janke2015IsIB,
  title={Is income breeding an appropriate construct for waterfowl?},
  author={Adam K. Janke and Michael J. Anteau and Nicholas Markl and Joshua D. Stafford},
  journal={Journal of Ornithology},
  year={2015},
  volume={156},
  pages={755-762}
}
Breeding birds use a range of nutrient accumulation and allocation strategies to meet the nutritional demands of clutch formation and incubation. On one end of the spectrum, capital breeders use stored nutrients acquired prior to clutch formation and incubation to sustain metabolism during reproduction, while on the opposite end, income breeders derive nutrients solely from exogenous sources on the breeding grounds. Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) are an ideal candidate to test for adoption of… CONTINUE READING
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