Emerson Keith Bowers
Emerson Keith Bowers
Assistant Professor, University of Memphis
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Neonatal body condition, immune responsiveness, and hematocrit predict longevity in a wild bird population
EK Bowers, CJ Hodges, AM Forsman, LA Vogel, BS Masters, ...
Ecology 95, 3027-3034, 2014
762014
A dynamic threshold model for terminal investment
KR Duffield, EK Bowers, SK Sakaluk, BM Sadd
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 71 (12), 1-17, 2017
652017
Sex-biased terminal investment in offspring induced by maternal immune challenge in the house wren (Troglodytes aedon)
EK Bowers, RA Smith, CJ Hodges, LM Zimmerman, CF Thompson, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279, 2891-2898, 2012
442012
Immune activation generates corticosterone-mediated terminal reproductive investment in a wild bird
EK Bowers, RM Bowden, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
The American Naturalist 185 (6), 769-783, 2015
382015
Parental provisioning in house wrens: effects of varying brood size and consequences for offspring
EK Bowers, D Nietz, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 25, 1485-1493, 2014
372014
Adaptive sex allocation in relation to hatching synchrony and offspring quality in house wrens
EK Bowers, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
The American Naturalist 177, 617-629, 2011
372011
Persistent sex‐by‐environment effects on offspring fitness and sex‐ratio adjustment in a wild bird population
EK Bowers, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Journal of Animal Ecology 84, 473-486, 2015
352015
Elevated corticosterone during egg production elicits increased maternal investment and promotes nestling growth in a wild songbird
EK Bowers, RM Bowden, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Hormones and behavior 83, 6-13, 2016
332016
Sibling cooperation influences the age of nest leaving in an altricial bird
EK Bowers, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
The American Naturalist 181, 775-786, 2013
302013
Cross‐fostering eggs reveals that female collared flycatchers adjust clutch sex ratios according to parental ability to invest in offspring
EK Bowers, P Munclinger, S Bureš, L Kučerová, P Nádvorník, M Krist
Molecular Ecology 22, 215–228, 2013
262013
Spring temperatures influence selection on breeding date and the potential for phenological mismatch in a migratory bird
EK Bowers, JL Grindstaff, SS Soukup, NE Drilling, KP Eckerle, ...
Ecology 97 (10), 2880-2891, 2016
232016
Experimentally increased egg production constrains future reproduction of female house wrens
EK Bowers, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
Animal Behaviour 83, 495–500, 2012
232012
Increased extra‐pair paternity in broods of aging males and enhanced recruitment of extra‐pair young in a migratory bird
EK Bowers, AM Forsman, BS Masters, BGP Johnson, LS Johnson, ...
Evolution 69 (9), 2533-2541, 2015
212015
Pre‐and postnatal effects of experimentally manipulated maternal corticosterone on growth, stress reactivity and survival of nestling house wrens
BM Weber, EK Bowers, KA Terrell, JF Falcone, CF Thompson, ...
Functional ecology 32 (8), 1995-2007, 2018
202018
Genetic and environmental variation in condition, cutaneous immunity, and haematocrit in house wrens
SK Sakaluk, AJ Wilson, EK Bowers, LS Johnson, BS Masters, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14, 242, 2014
192014
Cascading costs of reproduction in female house wrens induced to lay larger clutches
CJ Hodges, EK Bowers, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (7), 1383-1393, 2015
172015
Maternal natal environment and breeding territory predict the condition and sex ratio of offspring
EK Bowers, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Evolutionary biology 44 (1), 11-20, 2017
162017
Nest microclimate during incubation affects posthatching development and parental care in wild birds
AJ Mueller, KD Miller, EK Bowers
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
142019
Offspring sex ratio varies with clutch size for female house wrens induced to lay supernumerary eggs
EK Bowers, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Behavioral Ecology 25, 165-171, 2014
112014
Experimental manipulation of incubation period reveals no apparent costs of incubation in house wrens
SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson, EK Bowers
Animal behaviour 137, 169-177, 2018
92018
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