Niki Teunissen
Niki Teunissen
Postdoctoral Researcher, Wageningen University
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Early‐life telomere length predicts lifespan and lifetime reproductive success in a wild bird
JR Eastwood, ML Hall, N Teunissen, SA Kingma, N Hidalgo Aranzamendi, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (5), 1127-1137, 2019
Bright birds are cautious: seasonally conspicuous plumage prompts risk avoidance by male superb fairy-wrens
A McQueen, AC Naimo, N Teunissen, RD Magrath, K Delhey, A Peters
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1857), 20170446, 2017
From ornament to armament or loss of function? Breeding plumage acquisition in a genetically monogamous bird
M Fan, N Teunissen, ML Hall, N Hidalgo Aranzamendi, SA Kingma, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (5), 1274-1285, 2018
More than kin: subordinates foster strong bonds with relatives and potential mates in a social bird
N Teunissen, SA Kingma, ML Hall, N Hidalgo Aranzamendi, J Komdeur, ...
Behavioral Ecology 29 (6), 1316-1324, 2018
Hot and dry conditions predict shorter nestling telomeres in an endangered songbird: Implications for population persistence
JR Eastwood, T Connallon, K Delhey, ML Hall, N Teunissen, SA Kingma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (25), e2122944119, 2022
Fitness outcomes in relation to individual variation in constitutive innate immune function
MJ Roast, NH Aranzamendi, M Fan, N Teunissen, MD Hall, A Peters
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1938), 20201997, 2020
Short-term climate variation drives baseline innate immune function and stress in a tropical bird: a reactive scope perspective
MJ Roast, AE Aulsebrook, M Fan, N Hidalgo Aranzamendi, N Teunissen, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 92 (2), 140-151, 2019
Nest defence and offspring provisioning in a cooperative bird: individual subordinates vary in total contribution, but no division of tasks among breeders and subordinates
N Teunissen, SA Kingma, A Peters
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74, 94, 2020
Context-dependent social benefits drive cooperative predator defence in a bird
N Teunissen, SA Kingma, M Fan, MJ Roast, A Peters
Current Biology 31, 4120-4126, 2021
Predator defense is shaped by risk, brood value and social group benefits in a cooperative breeder
N Teunissen, SA Kingma, A Peters
Behavioral Ecology 31 (3), 761-771, 2020
Telomere dynamics in the first year of life, but not later in life, predict lifespan in a wild bird
EL Sheldon, JR Eastwood, N Teunissen, MJ Roast, NH Aranzamendi, ...
Molecular Ecology 31 (23), 6008-6017, 2022
The evolution of delayed dispersal and different routes to breeding in social birds
SA Kingma, K Bebbington, N Teunissen, A Peters, J Komdeur
Advances in the Study of Behavior 53, 163-224, 2021
Telomere length declines with age, but relates to immune function independent of age in a wild passerine
MJ Roast, JR Eastwood, NH Aranzamendi, M Fan, N Teunissen, ...
Royal Society Open Science 9 (4), 212012, 2022
No evidence for constitutive innate immune senescence in a longitudinal study of a wild bird
MJ Roast, N Hidalgo Aranzamendi, N Teunissen, M Fan, S Verhulst, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 95 (1), 54-65, 2022
Predator suppression by a toxic invader does not cascade to prey due to predation by alternate predators
N Teunissen, A Peters
Biological Invasions 24 (9), 2723-2733, 2022
Low‐and high‐intensity fire in the riparian savanna: Demographic impacts in an avian model species and implications for ecological fire management
N Teunissen, H McAlpine, SF Cameron, BP Murphy, A Peters
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2023
Which plumage patches provide information about condition and success in a female fairy-wren?
S Nolazco, K Delhey, M Fan, ML Hall, SA Kingma, MJ Roast, N Teunissen, ...
Behavioral Ecology 34 (1), 50-62, 2023
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