Publikationen der Gruppe

Publikationen der Gruppe

Zeitschriftenartikel (74)

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    Adreani, M. N.; Goymann, W.; Mentesana, L.: Not one hormone or another: Aggression differentially affects progesterone and testosterone in a South American ovenbird. Hormones and Behavior 105, S. 104 - 109 (2018)
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    Alaasam, V. J.; Duncan, R.; Casagrande, S.; Davies, S.; Sidher, A.; Seymoure, B.; Shen, Y.; Zhang, Y.; Ouyang, J. Q.: Light at night disrupts nocturnal rest and elevates glucocorticoids at cool color temperatures. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology 329 (8-9), S. 465 - 472 (2018)
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    Casagrande, S.; Hau, M.: Enzymatic antioxidants but not baseline glucocorticoids mediate the reproduction-survival trade-off in a wild bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1892), 2018.2141 (2018)
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    Casagrande, S.; Garamszegi, L. Z.; Goymann, W.; Donald, J.; Francis, C. D.; Fuxjager, M. J.; Husak, J. F.; Johnson, M. A.; Kircher, B.; Knapp, R. et al.; Martin, L. B.; Miller, E. T.; Schoenle, L. A.; Vitousek, M. N.; Williams, T. D.; Hau, M.: Do seasonal glucocorticoid changes depend on reproductive investment? A comparative approach in birds. Integrative and Comparative Biology 58 (4), S. 739 - 750 (2018)
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    Francis, C. D.; Donald, J. W.; Fuxjager, M. J.; Goymann, W.; Hau, M.; Husak, J. F.; Johnson, M. A.; Kircher, B. K.; Knapp, R.; Martin, L. B. et al.; Miller, E. T.; Schoenle, L. A.; Vitousek, M. N.; Williams, T. D.; Downs, C. J.: Metabolic scaling of stress hormones in vertebrates. Integrative and Comparative Biology 58 (4), S. 729 - 738 (2018)
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    Garamszegi, L. Z.; Donald, J.; Francis, C. D.; Fuxjager, M. J.; Goymann, W.; Hau, M.; Husak, J. F.; Johnson, M. A.; Kircher, B.; Knapp, R. et al.; Martin, L. B.; Miller, E. T.; Schoenle, L. A.; Vitousek, M. N.; Williams, T. D.: Species-specific means and within-species variance in glucocorticoid hormones and speciation rates in birds. Integrative and Comparative Biology 58 (4), S. 763 - 776 (2018)
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    Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Corticosterone levels reflect variation in metabolic rate, independent of "stress". Scientific Reports 8, 13020 (2018)
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    Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Glucocorticoid–temperature association is shaped by foraging costs in individual zebra finches. The Journal of Experimental Biology 221, jeb187880 (2018)
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    Jimeno, B.; Briga, M.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Male but not female zebra finches with high plasma corticosterone have lower survival. Functional Ecology 32 (3), S. 713 - 721 (2018)
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    Martin, L. B.; Vitousek, M.; Donald, J. W.; Flock, T.; Fuxjager, M. J.; Goymann, W.; Hau, M.; Husak, J.; Johnson, M. A.; Kircher, B. et al.; Knapp, R.; Miller, E. T.; Schoenle, L. A.; Williams, T.; Francis, C. D.: IUCN conservation status does not predict glucocorticoid concentrations in reptiles and birds. Integrative and Comparative Biology 58 (4), S. 800 - 813 (2018)
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    Mentesana, L.; Isaksson, C.; Goymann, W.; Andersson, M. N.; Trappschuh, M.; Hau, M.: Female variation in allocation of steroid hormones, antioxidants and fatty acids: A multilevel analysis in a wild passerine bird. Journal of Avian Biology (2018)
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    Montoya, B.; Briga, M.; Jimeno, B.; Moonen, S.; Verhulst, S.: Baseline glucose level is an individual trait that is negatively associated with lifespan and increases due to adverse environmental conditions during development and adulthood. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 188 (3), S. 517 - 526 (2018)
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    Tomotani, B. M.; Muijres, F. T.; Koelman, J.; Casagrande, S.; Visser, M. E.: Simulated moult reduces flight performance but overlap with breeding does not affect breeding success in a long-distance migrant. Functional Ecology 32 (2), S. 389 - 401 (2018)
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    Torres-Medina, F.; Cabezas, S.; Marchant, T. A.; Wikelski, M.; Romero, L. M.; Hau, M.; Carrete, M.; Tella, J. L.; Blas, J.: Corticosterone implants produce stress-hyporesponsive birds. The Journal of Experimental Biology 221, jeb173864 (2018)
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    Vitousek, M. N.; Johnson, M. A.; Donald, J. W.; Francis, C. D.; Fuxjager, M. J.; Goymann, W.; Hau, M.; Husak, J. F.; Kircher, B. K.; Knapp, R. et al.; Martin, L. B.; Miller, E. T.; Schoenle, L. A.; Uehling, J. J.; Williams, T. D.: Data Descriptor: HormoneBase, a population-level database of steroid hormone levels across vertebrates. Scientific Data 5, 180097 (2018)
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    Wingfield, J. C.; Hau, M.; Boersma, P. D.; Romero, L. M.; Hillgarth, N.; Ramenofsky, M.; Wrege, P.; Scheibling, R.; Kelley, J. P.; Walker, B. et al.; Wikelski, M.: Effects of El Niño and La Niña Southern Oscillation events on the adrenocortical responses to stress in birds of the Galapagos Islands. General and Comparative Endocrinology 259, S. 20 - 33 (2018)
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    Baugh, A. T.; Davidson, S. C.; Hau, M.; van Oers, K.: Temporal dynamics of the HPA axis linked to exploratory behavior in a wild European songbird (Parus major). General and Comparative Endocrinology 250, S. 104 - 112 (2017)
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    Baugh, A. T.; Senft, R. A.; Firke, M.; Lauder, A.; Schroeder, J.; Meddle, S. L.; van Oers, K.; Hau, M.: Risk-averse personalities have a systemically potentiated neuroendocrine stress axis: A multilevel experiment in Parus major. Hormones and Behavior 93, S. 99 - 108 (2017)
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    Baugh, A. T.; Witonsky, K. R.; Davidson, S. C.; Hyder, L.; Hau, M.; van Oers, K.: Novelty induces behavioural and glucocorticoid responses in a songbird artificially selected for divergent personalities. Animal Behaviour 130, S. 221 - 231 (2017)
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    Graham, J. L.; Cook, N. J.; Needham, K. B.; Hau, M.; Greives, T. J.: Early to rise, early to breed: A role for daily rhythms in seasonal reproduction. Behavioral Ecology 28 (5), S. 1266 - 1271 (2017)
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    Hau, M.; Dominoni, D.; Casagrande, S.; Buck, C. L.; Wagner, G.; Hazlerigg, D.; Greives, T.; Hut, R. A.: Timing as a sexually selected trait: The right mate at the right moment. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 372 (1734), 20160249 (2017)
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    Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Strong association between corticosterone and temperature dependent metabolic rate in individual zebra finches. The Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (23), S. 4426 - 4431 (2017)
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    Jimeno, B.; Briga, M.; Verhulst, S.; Hau, M.: Effects of developmental conditions on glucocorticoid concentrations in adulthood depend on sex and foraging conditions. Hormones and Behavior 93, S. 175 - 183 (2017)
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    van der Veen, D. R.; Riede, S. J.; Heideman, P. D.; Hau, M.; van der Vinne, V.; Hut, R. A.: Flexible clock systems: Adjusting the temporal programme. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 372 (1734), 20160254 (2017)
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    Birnie-Gauvin, K.; Peiman, K. S.; Gallagher, A. J.; de Bruijn, R.; Cooke, S. J.: Sublethal consequences of urban life for wild vertebrates. Environmental Reviews 24 (4), S. 416 - 425 (2016)
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    Casagrande, S.; Pinxten, R.; Zaid, E.; Eens, M.: Positive effect of dietary lutein and cholesterol on the undirected song activity of an opportunistic breeder. PeerJ 4, e2512 (2016)
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    Casagrande, S.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M.: Honest signaling and oxidative stress: The special case of avian acoustic communication. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 52 (2016)
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    Hau, M.; Casagrande, S.; Ouyang, J. Q.; Baugh, A. T.: Glucocorticoid-mediated phenotypes in vertebrates: Multilevel variation and evolution. Advances in the Study of Behavior 48, S. 41 - 115 (2016)
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    Laine, V. N.; Gossmann, T. I.; Schachtschneider, K. M.; Garroway, C. J.; Madsen, O.; Verhoeven, K. J. F.; de Jager, V.; Megens, H.-J.; Warren, W. C.; Minx, P. et al.; Crooijmans, R. P. M. A.; Corcoran, P.; Adriaensen, F.; Belda, E.; Bushuev, A.; Cichon, M.; Charmantier, A.; Dingemanse, N. J.; Doligez, B.; Eeva, T.; Erikstad, K. E.; Fedorov, S.; Hau, M.; Hille, S.; Hinde, C.; Kempenaers, B.; Kerimov, A.; Krist, M.; Mand, R.; Matthysen, E.; Nager, R.; Norte, C.; Orell, M.; Richner, H.; Slagsvold, T.; Tilgar, V.; Tinbergen, J.; Torok, J.; Tschirren, B.; Yuta, T.; Sheldon, B. C.; Slate, J.; Zeng, K.; van Oers, K.; Visser, M. E.; Groenen, M. A. M.: Evolutionary signals of selection on cognition from the great tit genome and methylome. Nature Communications 7, 10474 (2016)
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    Spoelstra, K.; Wikelski, M.; Daan, S.; Loudon, A. S. I.; Hau, M.: Natural selection against a circadian clock gene mutation in mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (3), S. 686 - 691 (2016)
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    Costantini, D.; Casagrande, S.; Casasole, G.; Abd Elgawad, H.; Asard, H.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M.: Immunization reduces vocal communication but does not increase oxidative stress in a songbird species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (5), S. 829 - 839 (2015)
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    Greives, T. J.; Kingma, S. A.; Kranstauber, B.; Mortega, K. G.; Wikelski, M.; van Oers, K.; Mateman, A. C.; Ferguson, G. A.; Beltrami, G.; Hau, M.: Costs of sleeping in: Circadian rhythms influence cuckoldry risk in a songbird. Functional Ecology 29 (10), S. 1300 - 1307 (2015)
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    Hau, M.; Goymann, W.: Endocrine mechanisms, behavioral phenotypes and plasticity: Known relationships and open questions. Frontiers in Zoology 12 (Suppl. 1), S7 (2015)
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    Hau, M.; Haussmann, M. F.; Greives, T. J.; Matlack, C.; Costantini, D.; Quetting, M.; Adelman, J. S.; Miranda, A. C.; Partecke, J.: Repeated stressors in adulthood increase the rate of biological ageing. Frontiers in Zoology 12, 4 (2015)
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    Ouyang, J. Q.; de Jong, M.; Hau, M.; Visser, M. E.; van Grunsven, R. H. A.; Spoelstra, K.: Stressful colours: Corticosterone concentrations in a free-living songbird vary with the spectral composition of experimental illumination. Biology Letters 11 (8), 20150517 (2015)
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    Perfito, N.; Zann, R. A.; Hau, M.; Bentley, G. E.: Seasonal-like variation in song control system volume of wild zebra finches. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A - Ecological Genetics and Physiology 323 (8), S. 586 - 591 (2015)
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    Stevenson, T. J.; Visser, M. E.; Arnold, W.; Barrett, P.; Biello, S.; Dawson, A.; Denlinger, D. L.; Dominoni, D. M.; Ebling, F. J.; Elton, S. et al.; Evans, N.; Ferguson, H. M.; Foster, R. G.; Hau, M.; Haydon, D. T.; Hazlerigg, D. G.; Heideman, P.; Hopcraft, J. G. C.; Jonsson, N. N.; Kronfeld-Schor, N.; Kumar, V.; Lincoln, G. A.; MacLeod, R.; Martin, S. A. M.; Martinez-Bakker, M.; Nelson, R. J.; Reed, T.; Robinson, J. E.; Rock, D.; Schwartz, W. J.; Steffan-Dewenter, I.; Tauber, E.; Thackeray, S. J.; Umstatter, C.; Yoshimura, T.; Helm, B.: Disrupted seasonal biology impacts health, food security and ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1817), 20151453 (2015)
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    Austin, S. H.; Hau, M.; Robinson, W. D.: Effect of photoperiod on incubation period in a wild passerine, Sylvia atricapilla. Journal of Avian Biology 45 (4), S. 359 - 364 (2014)
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    Baugh, A. T.; van Oers, K.; Dingemanse, N. J.; Hau, M.: Baseline and stress-induced glucocorticoid concentrations are not repeatable but covary within individual great tits (Parus major). General and Comparative Endocrinology 208, S. 154 - 163 (2014)
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    Costantini, D.; Greives, T. J.; Hau, M.; Partecke, J.: Does urban life change blood oxidative status in birds? The Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (17), S. 2994 - 2997 (2014)
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    Ouyang, J. Q.; van Oers, K.; Quetting, M.; Hau, M.: Becoming more like your mate: Hormonal similarity reduces divorce rates in a wild songbird. Animal Behaviour 98, S. 87 - 93 (2014)
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    Baugh, A. T.; van Oers, K.; Naguib, M.; Hau, M.: Initial reactivity and magnitude of the acute stress response associated with personality in wild great tits (Parus major). General and Comparative Endocrinology 189, S. 96 - 104 (2013)
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    Bentley, G. E.; Tucker, S.; Chou, H.; Hau, M.; Perfito, N.: Testicular growth and regression are not correlated with Dio2 expression in a wild male songbird, Sturnus vulgaris, exposed to natural changes in photoperiod. Endocrinology 154 (5), S. 1813 - 1819 (2013)
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    Dominoni, D. M.; Quetting, M.; Partecke, J.: Artificial light at night advances avian reproductive physiology. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1756), 20123017 (2013)
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    Dominoni, D. M.; Quetting, M.; Partecke, J.: Long-term effects of chronic light pollution on seasonal functions of European blackbirds (Turdus merula). PLoS One 8 (12), e85069 (2013)
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    Echeverry-Galvis, M. A.; Hau, M.: Flight performance and feather quality: Paying the price of overlapping moult and breeding in a tropical highland bird. PLoS One 8 (5), e61106 (2013)
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    Fudickar, A. M.; Schmidt, A.; Hau, M.; Quetting, M.; Partecke, J.: Female-biased obligate strategies in a partially migratory population. Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (4), S. 863 - 871 (2013)
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    Ouyang, J. Q.; Muturi, M.; Quetting, M.; Hau, M.: Small increases in corticosterone before the breeding season increase parental investment but not fitness in a wild passerine bird. Hormones and Behavior 63 (5), S. 776 - 781 (2013)
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    Ouyang, J. Q.; Sharp, P.; Quetting, M.; Hau, M.: Endocrine phenotype, reproductive success and survival in the great tit, Parus major. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (9), S. 1988 - 1998 (2013)
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    Baugh, A. T.; Hoke, K. L.; Ryan, M. J.: Development of Communication Behaviour: Receiver Ontogeny in Tungara Frogs and a Prospectus for a Behavioural Evolutionary Development. Scientific World Journal 2012, 680632 (2012)
 
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