Williams, T.D. 2018. Avian Reproduction - Overview (wild birds). In: Encyclopedia of Reproduction (E. Knobil & J.D. Neill, eds.), Vol. 6: Comparative Reproduction (Section Eds., Swanson, P. and Skinner, M). Elsevier Press.
Williams, T.D. 2018. Nutrition and reproduction, birds. In: Encyclopedia of Reproduction (E. Knobil & J.D. Neill, eds.), Vol. 6: Comparative Reproduction (Section Eds., Swanson, P. and Skinner, M). Elsevier Press.
Williams T.D. and Groothuis, T.G.G. 2015. Egg quality, embryonic development and post-hatching phenotype: an integrated perspective. In: Deeming D.C. and Reynolds, S.J. (eds.) Nests, eggs and incubation: New ideas about avian reproduction. Oxford University Press, pp. 114-126 [invited book chapter].
Williams, T.D. 2012. Physiological Adaptations for Breeding in Birds. Princeton University Press, 344 pages, 116 line illus. ISBN 978-0-691-13982-1 Selected Research Articles - Reproduction
Serota, M. and Williams, T.D. 2019. Adjustment of total activity as a response to handicapping during parental care in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).Animal Behaviour 148: 19-27.
Torres, R., Chin, E., Rampton, R and Williams, T.D. 2019. Are there synergistic or antagonistic effects of multiple maternally-derived egg components (antibodies and testosterone) on offspring phenotype?Journal of Experimental Biology 222: jeb196956
Yap, K.N., Tsai, O.H-I., and Williams, T.D. 2019. Haematological traits co-vary with migratory status, altitude and energy expenditure: a phylogenetic, comparative analysis.Scientific Reports 9: 6351
Williams, T.D. 2018. Physiology, activity and costs of parental care in birds.Journal of Experimental Biology 221, jeb169433
Fowler, M.A., Paquet, M., Legault, V., Cohen, A.A. and Williams, T.D. 2018. Physiological predictors of reproductive performance in the European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris).Frontiers in Zoology 15: 45
Fowler, M.A. and Williams, T.D. 2017. A physiological signature of 'cost of reproduction' associated with parental care. American Naturalist. 190, 762-773.
Killen, S.S, Calsbeek, R., and Williams, T.D. 2017. The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Behavior, Activity, and Performance.Integrative and Comparative Biology 57: 185-194.
Yap, K.N., Serota, M.W. and Williams, T.D. 2017. The physiology of exercise in free-living vertebrates: what can we learn from current model systems? Integrative and Comparative Biology 57: 195–206.
Cornell, A., Hou, J.J. and Williams, T.D. 2017. Experimentally-increased pre-breeding male social behaviour has no effect on female breeding phenology and performance. Animal Behaviour 126: 243–251.
Cornell, A., Gibson, K. and Williams T.D. 2017. Physiological maturity at a critical life-history transition and post-fledging flight ability.Functional Ecology 31: 662–670.
Williams, T.D. & Fowler, M.A. 2015. Individual Variation in Workload During Parental Care: Can We Detect A Physiological Signature of Quality or Cost of Reproduction?Journal of Ornithology 156 (Suppl 1):S441–S451.
Selected Research Articles - Ecotoxicology
Eng, M.L., Williams, T.D., Fernie, K.J., Karouna‐Renier, N.K., Henry, P.F.P., Letcher, R.J., and Elliott, J.E. 2019. In ovo exposure to brominated flame retardants Part I: assessment of effects of TBBPA-BDBPE on survival, morphometrics, and physiology in zebra finches.Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 179: 104–110.
Eng, M.L., Winter, V., Elliott, J.E., MacDougall-Shackleton, S.A., and Williams, T.D. 2018. Embryonic exposure to environmentally relevant concentrations of a brominated flame retardant reduces the size of song-control nuclei in a songbird.Developmental Neurobiology 78: 799-806.
Morran, S.A.M., Elliott, J.E., Young, J., Eng, M.E., Basu, N., and Williams, T.D. 2018. Ecologically-relevant exposure to methylmercury during early development does not affect adult phenotype in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata).Ecotoxicology 27:259–266.
Eng, M.L., Bishop, C.A., Crump, D., Jones, S.P., Williams, T.D., Drouillard, K.G. and Elliott, J.E. 2017. The catbird is the new chicken: high sensitivity to a dioxin-like compound in a wildlife species.Environmental Science and Technology 51: 5252–5258.
Yu, M., Elliott, J.E., Eng, M., Basu, N., and Williams, T.D. 2016. Acute embryotoxic effects but no long term reproductive effects of in ovo methylmercury exposure in zebra finches Taeniopygia guttata. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 35: 1534-1540.