Blanca Jimeno
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Strong association between corticosterone levels and temperature-dependent metabolic rate in individual zebra finches
B Jimeno, M Hau, S Verhulst
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (23), 4426-4431, 2017
462017
Corticosterone levels reflect variation in metabolic rate, independent of ‘stress’
B Jimeno, M Hau, S Verhulst
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
452018
Food availability affects adult survival trajectories depending on early developmental conditions
M Briga, E Koetsier, JJ Boonekamp, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1846), 20162287, 2017
452017
Male but not female zebra finches with high plasma corticosterone have lower survival
B Jimeno, M Briga, M Hau, S Verhulst
Functional Ecology 32 (3), 713-721, 2018
212018
Effects of developmental conditions on glucocorticoid concentrations in adulthood depend on sex and foraging conditions
B Jimeno, M Briga, S Verhulst, M Hau
Hormones and behavior 93, 175-183, 2017
172017
Coupling lifespan and aging? The age at onset of body mass decline associates positively with sex-specific lifespan but negatively with environment-specific lifespan
M Briga, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Experimental gerontology 119, 111-119, 2019
112019
Glucocorticoid–temperature association is shaped by foraging costs in individual zebra finches
B Jimeno, M Hau, S Verhulst
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (23), jeb187880, 2018
112018
Baseline glucose level is an individual trait that is negatively associated with lifespan and increases due to adverse environmental conditions during development and adulthood
B Montoya, M Briga, B Jimeno, S Moonen, S Verhulst
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 188 (3), 517-526, 2018
102018
Developmental conditions modulate DNA methylation at the glucocorticoid receptor gene with cascading effects on expression and corticosterone levels in zebra finches
B Jimeno, M Hau, E Gómez-Díaz, S Verhulst
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
92019
Sexual Differences in Parental Investment in Response to Parent‐Absent Calls
B Jimeno, J Muriel, L Pérez‐Rodríguez, D Gil
Ethology 120 (3), 258-265, 2014
82014
Physiological stress does not increase with urbanization in European blackbirds: Evidence from hormonal, immunological and cellular indicators
JD Ibáñez-Álamo, B Jimeno, D Gil, RL Thomson, JI Aguirre, ...
Science of the total environment 721, 137332, 2020
62020
Parent-absent calls are related to nestling reaction time and parental food allocation in the spotless starling
B Jimeno, D Gil
Behaviour 152 (10), 1413-1431, 2015
32015
Metabolic rates predict baseline corticosterone and reproductive output in a free-living passerine
B Jimeno, MR Prichard, D Landry, C Wolf, B Larkin, Z Cheviron, ...
Integrative Organismal Biology 2 (1), obaa030, 2020
22020
Assay temperature affects corticosteroid-binding globulin and free corticosterone estimates across species
HE Beyl, B Jimeno, SE Lynn, CW Breuner
General and Comparative Endocrinology 310, 113810, 2021
2021
Biophysical models unravel associations between glucocorticoids and thermoregulatory costs across avian species
JG Rubalcaba, B Jimeno
Functional Ecology, 2021
2021
Glucose regulation is a repeatable trait affected by successive handling in zebra finches
B Montoya, M Briga, B Jimeno, S Verhulst
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 190, 455-464, 2020
2020
Oorzaken en Gevolgen Van Glucocorticoide Variatie in Zebravinken
BJ Revilla
University of Groningen, 2018
2018
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