Peter T. Boag
Peter T. Boag
Professor of Biology, Queen's University
Verified email at queensu.ca
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Unrepeatable repeatabilities: a common mistake
CM Lessells, PT Boag
The Auk 104 (1), 116-121, 1987
29441987
Preservation of avian blood and tissue samples for DNA analyses
G Seutin, BN White, PT Boag
Canadian journal of zoology 69 (1), 82-90, 1991
16561991
Intense natural selection in a population of Darwin's finches (Geospizinae) in the Galapagos
PT Boag, PR Grant
Science 214 (4516), 82-85, 1981
6541981
Realized reproductive success of polygynous red-winged blackbirds revealed by DNA markers
HL Gibbs, PJ Weatherhead, PT Boag, BN White, LM Tabak, DJ Hoysak
Science 250 (4986), 1394-1397, 1990
4001990
Female eavesdropping on male song contests in songbirds
DJ Mennill, LM Ratcliffe, PT Boag
Science 296 (5569), 873-873, 2002
3432002
Riverine barriers and the geographic distribution of Amazonian species
C Gascon, JR Malcolm, JL Patton, MNF da Silva, JP Bogart, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (25), 13672-13677, 2000
3012000
Effects of Nestling Diet on Growth and Adult Size of Zebra Finches (Poephila guttata)
PT Boag
The Auk 104 (2), 155-166, 1987
2541987
Extra-pair paternity in monogamous tree swallows
JT Lifjeld, PO Dunn, RJ Robertson, PT Boag
Animal Behaviour 45 (2), 213-229, 1993
2471993
The heritability of external morphology in Darwin's ground finches (Geospiza) on Isla Daphne Major, Galapagos
PT Boag
Evolution, 877-894, 1983
2381983
Quantitative genetics
PT Boag, AJ van Noordwijk
Avian genetics. Academic Press, London, 45-78, 1987
2321987
Do female black-capped chickadees prefer high-ranking males as extra-pair partners?
K Otter, L Ratcliffe, D Michaud, PT Boag
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 43 (1), 25-36, 1998
2091998
Ridges and rivers: a test of competing hypotheses of Amazonian diversification using a dart-poison frog (Epipedobates femoralis)
SC Lougheed, C Gascon, DA Jones, JP Bogart, PT Boag
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
2081999
Extrapair paternity and egg hatchability in tree swallows: evidence for the genetic compatibility hypothesis?
B Kempenaers, B Congdon, P Boag, RJ Robertson
Behavioral Ecology 10 (3), 304-311, 1999
2031999
Heritability of external morphology in Darwin's finches
PT Boag, PR Grant
Nature 274 (5673), 793-794, 1978
2031978
Recurrent patterns of natural selection in a population of Darwin's finches
TD Price, PR Grant, HL Gibbs, PT Boag
Nature 309 (5971), 787-789, 1984
1961984
Darwin's finches (Geospiza) on Isla Daphne Major, Galapagos: breeding and feeding ecology in a climatically variable environment
PT Boag, PR Grant
Ecological Monographs 54 (4), 463-489, 1984
1831984
The origin and diversification of Galapagos mockingbirds
BS Arbogast, SV Drovetski, RL Curry, PT Boag, G Seutin, PR Grant, ...
Evolution 60 (2), 370-382, 2006
1782006
Pair and extra-pair mating success relative to male quality in red-winged blackbirds
PJ Weatherhead, PT Boag
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 37 (2), 81-91, 1995
1691995
Spring declines in Microtus pennsylvanicus and the role of steroid hormones
R Boonstra, PT Boag
Journal of Animal Ecology, 339-352, 1992
1551992
Effects of breeding density, synchrony, and experience on extrapair paternity in tree swallows
PO Dunn, LA Whittingham, JT Lifjeld, RJ Robertson, PT Boag
Behavioral Ecology 5 (2), 123-129, 1994
1541994
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