John C. Wingfield
John C. Wingfield
Distinguished Professor of Environmental Endocrinology, University of California, Davis
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The concept of allostasis in biology and biomedicine
BS McEwen, JC Wingfield
Hormones and behavior 43 (1), 2-15, 2003
The" challenge hypothesis": theoretical implications for patterns of testosterone secretion, mating systems, and breeding strategies
JC Wingfield, RE Hegner, AM Dufty Jr, GF Ball
The American Naturalist 136 (6), 829-846, 1990
Ecological bases of hormone—behavior interactions: the “emergency life history stage”
JC Wingfield, DL Maney, CW Breuner, JD Jacobs, S Lynn, M Ramenofsky, ...
American Zoologist 38 (1), 191-206, 1998
The Darwinian concept of stress: benefits of allostasis and costs of allostatic load and the trade-offs in health and disease
SM Korte, JM Koolhaas, JC Wingfield, BS McEwen
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (1), 3-38, 2005
Reproduction and resistance to stress: when and how
JC Wingfield, RM Sapolsky
Journal of neuroendocrinology 15 (8), 711-724, 2003
Do baseline glucocorticoids predict fitness?
F Bonier, PR Martin, IT Moore, JC Wingfield
Trends in ecology & Evolution 24 (11), 634-642, 2009
Actions of glucocorticoids at a seasonal baseline as compared to stress-related levels in the regulation of periodic life processes
MM Landys, M Ramenofsky, JC Wingfield
General and comparative endocrinology 148 (2), 132-149, 2006
Seasonal changes of the adrenocortical response to stress in birds of the Sonoran Desert
JC Wingfield, CM Vleck, MC Moore
Journal of Experimental Zoology 264 (4), 419-428, 1992
What’s in a name? Integrating homeostasis, allostasis and stress
BS McEwen, JC Wingfield
Hormones and behavior 57 (2), 105, 2010
The determination of five steroids in avian plasma by radioimmunoassay and competitive protein-binding
JC Wingfield, DS Farner
Steroids 26 (3), 311-327, 1975
Adrenocortical responses to stress and their modulation in free‐living vertebrates
JC Wingfield, LM Romero
Comprehensive physiology, 211-234, 2010
Avoiding the ‘costs’ of testosterone: ecological bases of hormone-behavior interactions
JC Wingfield, SE Lynn, KK Soma
Brain Behavior and Evolution 57 (5), 239-251, 2001
Testosterone and aggression in birds
JC Wingfield, GF Ball, AM Dufty, RE Hegner, M Ramenofsky
American Scientist 75 (6), 602-608, 1987
Allostatic load, social status and stress hormones: the costs of social status matter
W Goymann, JC Wingfield
Animal Behaviour 67 (3), 591-602, 2004
Dynamics of food availability, body condition and physiological stress response in breeding black‐legged kittiwakes
AS Kitaysky, JC Wingfield, JF Piatt
Functional Ecology 13 (5), 577-584, 1999
Interactions of corticosterone with feeding, activity and metabolism in passerine birds
LB Astheimer, WA Buttemer, JC Wingfield
Ornis Scandinavica, 355-365, 1992
Maternal corticosterone is transferred to avian yolk and may alter offspring growth and adult phenotype
LS Hayward, JC Wingfield
General and comparative endocrinology 135 (3), 365-371, 2004
A supergene determines highly divergent male reproductive morphs in the ruff
C Küpper, M Stocks, JE Risse, N Dos Remedios, LL Farrell, SB McRae, ...
Nature genetics 48 (1), 79-83, 2016
Endocrinology of reproduction in wild species
JC Wingfield
Avian biology, 163-327, 1993
Modulation of the adrenocortical response to stress in birds
Perspectives in comparative endocrinology, 520-528, 1994
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