Department of Collective Behavior Publications

Publications of Blanca Jimeno

Journal Article (8)

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Briga, M.; Jimeno, B.; Verhulst, S.: Coupling lifespan and aging? The age at onset of body mass decline associates positively with sex-specific lifespan but negatively with environment-specific lifespan. Experimental Gerontology 119, pp. 111 - 119 (2019)
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Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Gómez-Díaz, E.; Verhulst, S.: Developmental conditions modulate DNA methylation at the glucocorticoid receptor gene with cascading effects on expression and corticosterone levels in zebra finches. Scientific Reports 9, 15869 (2019)
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Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Glucocorticoid–temperature association is shaped by foraging costs in individual zebra finches. The Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (23), jeb187880 (2018)
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Jimeno, B.; Briga, M.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Male but not female zebra finches with high plasma corticosterone have lower survival. Functional Ecology 32 (3), pp. 713 - 721 (2018)
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Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Corticosterone levels reflect variation in metabolic rate, independent of "stress". Scientific Reports 8, 13020 (2018)
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Montoya, B.; Briga, M.; Jimeno, B.; Moonen, S.; Verhulst, S.: Baseline glucose level is an individual trait that is negatively associated with lifespan and increases due to adverse environmental conditions during development and adulthood. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 188 (3), pp. 517 - 526 (2018)
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Jimeno, B.; Briga, M.; Verhulst, S.; Hau, M.: Effects of developmental conditions on glucocorticoid concentrations in adulthood depend on sex and foraging conditions. Hormones and Behavior 93, pp. 175 - 183 (2017)
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Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Strong association between corticosterone and temperature dependent metabolic rate in individual zebra finches. The Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (23), pp. 4426 - 4431 (2017)
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