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New paper in Hormones and Behavior

New paper in Hormones and Behavior

A new paper investigates consequences of elevated glucocorticoids duing egg production on maternal allocation and offspring development. Feeding corticosterone-injected mealworms to free-living females during egg formation increased clutch sizes, yolk-corticosterone concentrations, and enhanced offspring begging and growth after hatching.