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Physiological effects of increased foraging effort in a small passerine.

The Journal of experimental biology (2017-09-28)
Kang Nian Yap, Oh Run Kim, Karilyn C Harris, Tony D Williams
ABSTRACT

Foraging to obtain food, either for self-maintenance or at presumably elevated rates to provide for offspring, is thought to be an energetically demanding activity but one that is essential for fitness (higher reproductive success and survival). Nevertheless, the physiological mechanisms that allow some individuals to support higher foraging performance, and the mechanisms underlying costs of high workload, remain poorly understood. We experimentally manipulated foraging behaviour in zebra finches (

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