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Emma Inzani

 

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Inzani E, Kelley L, Boogert N (In Press). Object neophilia in wild herring gulls in urban and rural locations. Journal of Avian Biology Abstract.
Inzani E, Marshall H, Thompson F, Kalema-Zikusoka G, Cant M, Vitikainen E (In Press). Spontaneous abortion as a response to reproductive conflict in the banded mongoose. Biology Letters
Marshall HH, Vitikainen EIK, Mwanguhya F, Businge R, Kyabulima S, Hares MC, Inzani E, Kalema-Zikusosa G, Mwesige K, Nichols HJ, et al (2017). Lifetime fitness consequences of early-life ecological hardship in a wild mammal population. Ecology and Evolution Abstract.
Inzani E, Marshall HH, Sanderson JL, Nichols HJ, Thompson FJ, Kalema-Zikusoka G, Hodge SJ, Cant MA, Vitikainen EIK (2016). Female reproductive competition explains variation in prenatal investment in wild banded mongooses. Scientific Reports, 6 Abstract.
Marshall HH, Sanderson JL, Mwanguhya F, Businge R, Kyabulima S, Hares MC, Inzani E, Kalema-Zikusoka G, Mwesige K, Thompson FJ, et al (2016). Variable ecological conditions promote male helping by changing banded mongoose group composition. Behavioral Ecology Abstract.

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In Press

Inzani E, Kelley L, Boogert N (In Press). Object neophilia in wild herring gulls in urban and rural locations. Journal of Avian Biology Abstract.
Inzani E, Marshall H, Thompson F, Kalema-Zikusoka G, Cant M, Vitikainen E (In Press). Spontaneous abortion as a response to reproductive conflict in the banded mongoose. Biology Letters

2017

Marshall HH, Vitikainen EIK, Mwanguhya F, Businge R, Kyabulima S, Hares MC, Inzani E, Kalema-Zikusosa G, Mwesige K, Nichols HJ, et al (2017). Lifetime fitness consequences of early-life ecological hardship in a wild mammal population. Ecology and Evolution Abstract.

2016

Inzani E, Marshall HH, Sanderson JL, Nichols HJ, Thompson FJ, Kalema-Zikusoka G, Hodge SJ, Cant MA, Vitikainen EIK (2016). Female reproductive competition explains variation in prenatal investment in wild banded mongooses. Scientific Reports, 6 Abstract.
Marshall HH, Sanderson JL, Mwanguhya F, Businge R, Kyabulima S, Hares MC, Inzani E, Kalema-Zikusoka G, Mwesige K, Thompson FJ, et al (2016). Variable ecological conditions promote male helping by changing banded mongoose group composition. Behavioral Ecology Abstract.

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