Frederic Angelier
Frederic Angelier
Directeur de recherche, CNRS
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Stress response and the value of reproduction: are birds prudent parents?
V Bokony, AZ Lendvai, A Liker, F Angelier, JC Wingfield, O Chastel
The American Naturalist 173 (5), 589-598, 2009
Stress, prolactin and parental investment in birds: a review
F Angelier, O Chastel
General and comparative endocrinology 163 (1-2), 142-148, 2009
Importance of the glucocorticoid stress response in a changing world: theory, hypotheses and perspectives
F Angelier, JC Wingfield
General and Comparative Endocrinology 190, 118-128, 2013
Age, experience and reproductive performance in a long-lived bird: a hormonal perspective
F Angelier, H Weimerskirch, S Dano, O Chastel
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 611-621, 2007
To breed or not to breed: endocrine response to mercury contamination by an Arctic seabird
S Tartu, A Goutte, P Bustamante, F Angelier, B Moe, C Clément-Chastel, ...
Biology letters 9 (4), 20130317, 2013
How does corticosterone affect parental behaviour and reproductive success? A study of prolactin in black‐legged kittiwakes
F Angelier, C Clément‐Chastel, J Welcker, GW Gabrielsen, O Chastel
Functional Ecology 23 (4), 784-793, 2009
Climate change and phenological responses of two seabird species breeding in the high-Arctic
B Moe, L Stempniewicz, D Jakubas, F Angelier, O Chastel, F Dinessen, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 393, 235-246, 2009
Do glucocorticoids mediate the link between environmental conditions and telomere dynamics in wild vertebrates? A review
F Angelier, D Costantini, P Blévin, O Chastel
General and comparative endocrinology 256, 99-111, 2018
Influence of urbanization on body size, condition, and physiology in an urban exploiter: a multi-component approach
A Meillère, F Brischoux, C Parenteau, F Angelier
PloS one 10 (8), e0135685, 2015
Hormonal correlates of individual quality in a long-lived bird: a test of the ‘corticosterone–fitness hypothesis’
F Angelier, JC Wingfield, H Weimerskirch, O Chastel
Biology letters 6 (6), 846-849, 2010
Corticosterone and foraging behavior in a pelagic seabird
F Angelier, SA Shaffer, H Weimerskirch, C Trouvé, O Chastel
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80 (3), 283-292, 2007
Corticosterone and time–activity budget: an experiment with black-legged kittiwakes
F Angelier, C Clément-Chastel, GW Gabrielsen, O Chastel
Hormones and Behavior 52 (4), 482-491, 2007
Age‐specific reproductive success in a long‐lived bird: do older parents resist stress better?
F Angelier, B Moe, H Weimerskirch, O Chastel
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (6), 1181-1191, 2007
Corticosterone, prolactin and egg neglect behavior in relation to mercury and legacy POPs in a long-lived Antarctic bird
S Tartu, F Angelier, JC Wingfield, P Bustamante, P Labadie, H Budzinski, ...
Science of the Total Environment 505, 180-188, 2015
What are extreme environmental conditions and how do organisms cope with them?
JC Wingfield, JP Kelley, F Angelier
Current Zoology 57 (3), 363-374, 2011
Traffic noise exposure affects telomere length in nestling house sparrows
A Meillere, F Brischoux, C Ribout, F Angelier
Biology letters 11 (9), 20150559, 2015
Impact of chronic noise exposure on antipredator behavior: an experiment in breeding house sparrows
A Meillère, F Brischoux, F Angelier
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 569-577, 2015
Telomere length, non‐breeding habitat and return rate in male A merican redstarts
F Angelier, CM Vleck, RL Holberton, PP Marra
Functional Ecology 27 (2), 342-350, 2013
Does stress response predict return rate in a migratory bird species? A study of American redstarts and their non-breeding habitat
F Angelier, RL Holberton, PP Marra
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1672), 3545-3551, 2009
Effect of age, breeding experience and senescence on corticosterone and prolactin levels in a long-lived seabird: the wandering albatross
F Angelier, SA Shaffer, H Weimerskirch, O Chastel
General and comparative endocrinology 149 (1), 1-9, 2006
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