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O Vedder, S Verhulst, C Bauch, S Bouwhuis. J Evol Biol 2017
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255 articles co-cited >1



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Nestling telomere shortening, but not telomere length, reflects developmental stress and predicts survival in wild birds.
Jelle J Boonekamp, G A Mulder, H Martijn Salomons, Cor Dijkstra, Simon Verhulst. Proc Biol Sci 2014
121
78

Telomere length in early life predicts lifespan.
Britt J Heidinger, Jonathan D Blount, Winnie Boner, Kate Griffiths, Neil B Metcalfe, Pat Monaghan. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2012
361
73

The relationship between telomere length and mortality risk in non-model vertebrate systems: a meta-analysis.
Rachael V Wilbourn, Joshua P Moatt, Hannah Froy, Craig A Walling, Daniel H Nussey, Jelle J Boonekamp. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2018
78
73

Somatic growth and telomere dynamics in vertebrates: relationships, mechanisms and consequences.
Pat Monaghan, Susan E Ozanne. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2018
61
56

Does oxidative stress shorten telomeres?
Jelle J Boonekamp, Christina Bauch, Ellis Mulder, Simon Verhulst. Biol Lett 2017
44
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Oxidative stress shortens telomeres.
Thomas von Zglinicki. Trends Biochem Sci 2002
47

Heritability of telomere variation: it is all about the environment!
Hannah L Dugdale, David S Richardson. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2018
61
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Structure and function of telomeres.
E H Blackburn. Nature 1991
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Telomere length behaves as biomarker of somatic redundancy rather than biological age.
Jelle J Boonekamp, Mirre J P Simons, Lia Hemerik, Simon Verhulst. Aging Cell 2013
108
43

Does oxidative stress shorten telomeres in vivo? A review.
Sophie Reichert, Antoine Stier. Biol Lett 2017
97
43

Spatio-temporal variation in lifelong telomere dynamics in a long-term ecological study.
Lewis G Spurgin, Kat Bebbington, Eleanor A Fairfield, Martijn Hammers, Jan Komdeur, Terry Burke, Hannah L Dugdale, David S Richardson. J Anim Ecol 2018
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Telomere shortening and survival in free-living corvids.
H M Salomons, G A Mulder, L van de Zande, M F Haussmann, M H K Linskens, S Verhulst. Proc Biol Sci 2009
125
39

An experimental demonstration that early-life competitive disadvantage accelerates telomere loss.
Daniel Nettle, Pat Monaghan, Robert Gillespie, Ben Brilot, Thomas Bedford, Melissa Bateson. Proc Biol Sci 2015
78
39

Telomere length reflects phenotypic quality and costs of reproduction in a long-lived seabird.
Christina Bauch, Peter H Becker, Simon Verhulst. Proc Biol Sci 2012
72
39

Chronic infection. Hidden costs of infection: chronic malaria accelerates telomere degradation and senescence in wild birds.
M Asghar, D Hasselquist, B Hansson, P Zehtindjiev, H Westerdahl, S Bensch. Science 2015
216
39

Lifelong leukocyte telomere dynamics and survival in a free-living mammal.
Jennifer Fairlie, Rebecca Holland, Jill G Pilkington, Josephine M Pemberton, Lea Harrington, Daniel H Nussey. Aging Cell 2016
60
34


Catching-up but telomere loss: half-opening the black box of growth and ageing trade-off in wild king penguin chicks.
Sylvie Geiger, Maryline Le Vaillant, Thomas Lebard, Sophie Reichert, Antoine Stier, Yvon LE Maho, Francois Criscuolo. Mol Ecol 2012
87
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Do telomere dynamics link lifestyle and lifespan?
Pat Monaghan, Mark F Haussmann. Trends Ecol Evol 2006
174
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Early-life telomere length predicts lifespan and lifetime reproductive success in a wild bird.
Justin R Eastwood, Michelle L Hall, Niki Teunissen, Sjouke A Kingma, Nataly Hidalgo Aranzamendi, Marie Fan, Michael Roast, Simon Verhulst, Anne Peters. Mol Ecol 2019
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Measuring telomere length and telomere dynamics in evolutionary biology and ecology.
Daniel H Nussey, Duncan Baird, Emma Barrett, Winnie Boner, Jennifer Fairlie, Neil Gemmell, Nils Hartmann, Thorsten Horn, Mark Haussmann, Mats Olsson,[...]. Methods Ecol Evol 2014
96
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Accelerated telomere shortening in response to life stress.
Elissa S Epel, Elizabeth H Blackburn, Jue Lin, Firdaus S Dhabhar, Nancy E Adler, Jason D Morrow, Richard M Cawthon. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2004
30

Stress exposure in early post-natal life reduces telomere length: an experimental demonstration in a long-lived seabird.
Katherine A Herborn, Britt J Heidinger, Winnie Boner, Jose C Noguera, Aileen Adam, Francis Daunt, Pat Monaghan. Proc Biol Sci 2014
81
30

Telomere loss in relation to age and early environment in long-lived birds.
Margaret E Hall, Lubna Nasir, Francis Daunt, Elizabeth A Gault, John P Croxall, Sarah Wanless, Pat Monaghan. Proc Biol Sci 2004
106
30

Embryonic exposure to corticosterone modifies the juvenile stress response, oxidative stress and telomere length.
Mark F Haussmann, Andrew S Longenecker, Nicole M Marchetto, Steven A Juliano, Rachel M Bowden. Proc Biol Sci 2012
186
30

Embryonic growth rate affects telomere attrition: an experiment in a wild bird.
Oscar Vedder, Simon Verhulst, Erica Zuidersma, Sandra Bouwhuis. J Exp Biol 2018
13
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Individual variation in early-life telomere length and survival in a wild mammal.
Sil H J van Lieshout, Amanda Bretman, Chris Newman, Christina D Buesching, David W Macdonald, Hannah L Dugdale. Mol Ecol 2019
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Telomere dynamics rather than age predict life expectancy in the wild.
Pierre Bize, François Criscuolo, Neil B Metcalfe, Lubna Nasir, Pat Monaghan. Proc Biol Sci 2009
153
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Maternal effects underlie ageing costs of growth in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata).
Mathilde L Tissier, Tony D Williams, François Criscuolo. PLoS One 2014
30
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Do glucocorticoids mediate the link between environmental conditions and telomere dynamics in wild vertebrates? A review.
Frédéric Angelier, David Costantini, Pierre Blévin, Olivier Chastel. Gen Comp Endocrinol 2018
50
26

Starting with a handicap: effects of asynchronous hatching on growth rate, oxidative stress and telomere dynamics in free-living great tits.
Antoine Stier, Sylvie Massemin, Sandrine Zahn, Mathilde L Tissier, François Criscuolo. Oecologia 2015
37
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Meta-analysis indicates that oxidative stress is both a constraint on and a cost of growth.
Shona M Smith, Ruedi G Nager, David Costantini. Ecol Evol 2016
31
26


Telomere dynamics in free-living edible dormice (Glis glis): the impact of hibernation and food supply.
Franz Hoelzl, Jessica S Cornils, Steve Smith, Yoshan Moodley, Thomas Ruf. J Exp Biol 2016
37
26

Interactions between parental traits, environmental harshness and growth rate in determining telomere length in wild juvenile salmon.
D McLennan, J D Armstrong, D C Stewart, S Mckelvey, W Boner, P Monaghan, N B Metcalfe. Mol Ecol 2016
29
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Compensation for a bad start: grow now, pay later?
N B. Metcalfe, P Monaghan. Trends Ecol Evol 2001
735
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On being the right size: increased body size is associated with reduced telomere length under natural conditions.
Thor Harald Ringsby, Henrik Jensen, Henrik Pärn, Thomas Kvalnes, Winnie Boner, Robert Gillespie, Håkon Holand, Ingerid Julie Hagen, Bernt Rønning, Bernt-Erik Sæther,[...]. Proc Biol Sci 2015
18
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Embryonic and postnatal telomere length decrease with ovulation order within clutches.
José C Noguera, Neil B Metcalfe, Sophie Reichert, Pat Monaghan. Sci Rep 2016
17
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Growth versus lifespan: perspectives from evolutionary ecology.
Neil B Metcalfe, Pat Monaghan. Exp Gerontol 2003
202
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Effects of brood size manipulation and common origin on phenotype and telomere length in nestling collared flycatchers.
Marie Voillemot, Kathryn Hine, Sandrine Zahn, François Criscuolo, Lars Gustafsson, Blandine Doligez, Pierre Bize. BMC Ecol 2012
33
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Reduced telomere length in offspring of old fathers in a long-lived seabird.
Sandra Bouwhuis, Simon Verhulst, Christina Bauch, Oscar Vedder. Biol Lett 2018
12
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Telomeres are elongated in older individuals in a hibernating rodent, the edible dormouse (Glis glis).
Franz Hoelzl, Steve Smith, Jessica S Cornils, Denise Aydinonat, Claudia Bieber, Thomas Ruf. Sci Rep 2016
26
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The association between stressors and telomeres in non-human vertebrates: a meta-analysis.
Marion Chatelain, Szymon M Drobniak, Marta Szulkin. Ecol Lett 2020
32
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