Publications of the Department

Publications of the Department

Journal Article (202)

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    Apfelbeck, B. A.; Flinks, H.; Goymann, W.: Territorial aggression does not feed back on testosterone in a multiple-brooded songbird species with breeding and non-breeding season territoriality, the European stonechat. Hormones and Behavior 87, pp. 89 - 95 (2017)
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    Brumm, H.; Goymann, W.: On the natural history of duetting in White-browed Coucals: sex- and body-size-dependent differences in a collective vocal display. Journal of Ornithology 158 (3), pp. 669 - 678 (2017)
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    Darmostuk, M.; Jurášek, M.; Lengyel, K.; Zelenka, J.; Rumlová, M.; Drašar, P.; Ruml, T.: Conjugation of chlorins with spermine enhances phototoxicity to cancer cells in vitro. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 168, pp. 175 - 184 (2017)
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    Dechmann, D. K. N.; LaPoint, S. D.; Dullin, C.; Hertel, M.; Taylor, J. R. E.; Zub, K.; Wikelski, M.: Profound seasonal shrinking and regrowth of the ossified braincase in phylogenetically distant mammals with similar life histories. Scientific Reports 7, 42443 (2017)
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    Dechmann, D. K. N.; Hertel, M.; Wikelski, M.: Individuelles Schrumpfen und erneutes Wachsen als Winteranpassung bei hochmetabolischen Tieren. Jahrbuch - Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, pp. 1 - 7 (2017)
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    Goymann, W.; Lupi, S.; Kaiya, H.; Cardinale, M.; Fusani, L.: Ghrelin affects stopover decisions and food intake in a long-distance migrant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (8), pp. 1946 - 1951 (2017)
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    Goymann, W.; Trappschuh, M.; Urasa, F.: Corticosterone concentrations reflect parental expenditure in contrasting mating systems of two coucal species. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 15 (2017)
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    Goymann, W.; Dávila, P. F.: Acute peaks of testosterone suppress paternal care: Evidence from individual hormonal reaction norms. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1857), 20170632 (2017)
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    Hardman, S. I.; Zollinger, S. A.; Koselj, K.; Leitner, S.; Marshall, R. C.; Brumm, H.: Lombard effect onset times reveal the speed of vocal plasticity in a songbird. The Journal of Experimental Biology 220, pp. 1065 - 1071 (2017)
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    Lupi, S.; Maggini, I.; Goymann, W.; Cardinale, M.; Rojas Mora, A.; Fusani, L.: Effects of body condition and food intake on stop-over decisions in Garden Warblers and European Robins during spring migration. Journal of Ornithology 158 (4), pp. 989 - 999 (2017)
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    Ma, S.; ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Power-law scaling of calling dynamics in zebra finches. Scientific Reports 7, 8397 (2017)
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    Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Songbird tap dancing produces non-vocal sounds. Bioacoustics 26 (2), pp. 161 - 168 (2017)
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    Quispe Valdez, R.; Brazao Protazio, J. M.; Gahr, M.: Seasonal singing of a songbird living near the equator correlates with minimal changes in day length. Scientific Reports 7, 9140 (2017)
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    Stowell, D.; Benetos, E.; Gill, L.: On-bird sound recordings: Automatic acoustic recognition of activities and contexts. IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processsing 25 (6), pp. 1193 - 1206 (2017)
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    d'Amelio, P.; Trost, L.; Ter Maat, A.: Vocal exchanges during pair formation and maintenance in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata). Frontiers in Zoology 14, 13 (2017)
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    d'Amelio, P.; Klumb, M.; Adreani, M. N.; Gahr, M.; Ter Maat, A.: Individual recognition of opposite sex vocalizations in the zebra finch. Scientific Reports 7, 5579 (2017)
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    da Silva dos Santos, M.; Kretschmer, R.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Bakker, A.; Gahr, M.; O'Brien, P. C. M.; Ferguson-Smith, M. A.; de Oliveira, E. H. C.: Comparative cytogenetics between two important songbird models: The zebra finch and the canary. PLoS One 12 (1), e0170997 (2017)
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    Apfelbeck, B. A.; Flinks, H.; Goymann, W.: Variation in circulating testosterone during mating predicts reproductive success in a wild songbird. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 107 (2016)
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    Dittrich, F.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Ko, M.-C.; Diales da Rocha, M.; Leitner, S.; Gahr, M.: Wie Geschlechtshormone den Vogelgesang regulieren. Jahrbuch - Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, pp. 1 - 9 (2016)
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    Gill, L.; d'Amelio, P.; Adreani, M. N.; Sagunsky, H.; Gahr, M.; ter Maat, A.: A minimum-impact, flexible tool to study vocal communication of small animals with precise individual-level resolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), pp. 1349 - 1358 (2016)
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    Goymann, W.; Safari, I.; Muck, C.; Schwabl, I.: Sex roles, parental care and offspring growth in two contrasting coucal species. Royal Society Open Science 3, 160463 (2016)
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    Lupi, S.; Goymann, W.; Cardinale, M.; Fusani, L.: Physiological conditions influence stopover behaviour of short-distance migratory passerines. Journal of Ornithology 157 (2), pp. 583 - 589 (2016)
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    Quispe Valdez, R.; Sèbe, F.; da Silva, M. L.; Gahr, M.: Dawn-song onset coincides with increased HVC androgen receptor expression but is decoupled from high circulating testosterone in an equatorial songbird. Physiology & Behavior 156, pp. 1 - 7 (2016)
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    Schwabl, P.; Bonaccorso, E.; Goymann, W.: Diurnal variation in corticosterone release among wild tropical forest birds. Frontiers in Zoology 13, 19 (2016)
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    Seltmann, S.; Trost, L.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Natural melatonin fluctuation and its minimally invasive simulation in the zebra finch. PeerJ 4, e1939 (2016)
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    Steyaert, S.; Diddens, J.; Galle, J.; De Meester, E.; De Keulenaer, S.; Bakker, A.; Sohnius-Wilhelmi, N.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; van der Linden, A.; van Criekinge, W. et al.; Berghe, W. V.; De Meyer, T.: A genome-wide search for epigenetically regulated genes in zebra finch using MethylCap-seq and RNA-seq. Scientific Reports 6, 20957 (2016)
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    Stowell, D.; Gill, L.; Clayton, D.: Detailed temporal structure of communication networks in groups of songbirds. Interface: Journal of the Royal Society 13 (119), 20160296 (2016)
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    Voigt, C.; Leitner, S.; Bennett, N. C.: Breeding status affects the expression of androgen and progesterone receptor mRNA in the brain of male Damaraland mole-rats. Journal of Zoology 298 (3), pp. 209 - 216 (2016)
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    Voigt, C.: Neuroendocrine correlates of sex-role reversal in barred buttonquails. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1843), 20161969 (2016)
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    Zuniga, D.; Falconer, J.; Fudickar, A. M.; Jensen, W.; Schmidt, A.; Wikelski, M.; Partecke, J.: Abrupt switch to migratory night flight in a wild migratory songbird. Scientific Reports 6, 34207 (2016)
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    El Filali, Z.; de Boer, P. A. C. M.; Pieneman, A. W.; de Lange, R. P. J.; Jansen, R. F.; Ter Maat, A.; van der Schors, R. C.; Li, K. W.; van Straalen, N. M.; Koene, J. M.: Single-cell analysis of peptide expression and electrophysiology of right parietal neurons involved in male copulation behavior of a simultaneous hermaphrodite. Invertebrate Neuroscience 15 (4), 7 (2015)
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    Frankl-Vilches, C.; Kuhl, H.; Werber, M.; Klages, S.; Kerick, M.; Bakker, A.; de Oliveira, E. H. C.; Reusch, C.; Capuano, F.; Vowinckel, J. et al.; Leitner, S.; Ralser, M.; Timmermann, B.; Gahr, M.: Using the canary genome to decipher the evolution of hormone-sensitive gene regulation in seasonal singing birds. Genome Biology 16, 19 (2015)
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    Fusani, L.; Gahr, M.: Differential expression of melatonin receptor subtypes MelIa, MelIb and MelIc in relation to melatonin binding in the male songbird brain. Brain, behavior and evolution 85 (1), pp. 4 - 14 (2015)
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    Fuxjager, M. J.; Eaton, J.; Lindsay, W. R.; Salwiczek, L. H.; Rensel, M. A.; Barske, J.; Sorenson, L.; Day, L. B.; Schlinger, B. A.: Evolutionary patterns of adaptive acrobatics and physical performance predict expression profiles of androgen receptor - but not oestrogen receptor - in the forelimb musculature. Functional Ecology 29 (9), pp. 1197 - 1208 (2015)
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    Gill, L.; Goymann, W.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Patterns of call communication between group-housed zebra finches change during the breeding cycle. eLife 4, e07770 (2015)
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    Goymann, W.; Villavicencio, C. P.; Apfelbeck, B. A.: Does a short-term increase in testosterone affect the intensity or persistence of territorial aggression? - An approach using an individual's hormonal reactive scope to study hormonal effects on behavior. Physiology & Behavior 149, pp. 310 - 316 (2015)
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    Goymann, W.; Makomba, M.; Urasa, F.; Schwabl, I.: Social monogamy vs. polyandry: Ecological factors associated with sex roles in two closely related birds within the same habitat. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (7), pp. 1335 - 1353 (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), S 7 (2015)
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    Leitner, S.; Teichel, J.; Ter Maat, A.; Voigt, C.: Hatching late in the season requires flexibility in the timing of song learning. Biology Letters 11 (8), 8 (2015)
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    Lobato, M.; Vellema, M.; Gahr, C.; Leitão, A.; de Lima, S.; Geberzahn, N.; Gahr, M.: Mismatch in sexual dimorphism of developing song and song control system in blue-capped cordon-bleus, a songbird species with singing females and males. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 117 (2015)
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    Nakadera, Y.; Swart, E. M.; Maas, J. P. A.; Montagne-Wajer, K.; Ter Maat, A.; Koene, J. M.: Effects of age, size, and mating history on sex role decision of a simultaneous hermaphrodite. Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), pp. 232 - 241 (2015)
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    Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Tap dancing birds: the multimodal mutual courtship display of males and females in a socially monogamous songbird. Scientific Reports 5, 16614 (2015)
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    Quispe Valdez, R.; Trappschuh, M.; Gahr, M.; Goymann, W.: Towards more physiological manipulations of hormones in field studies: Comparing the release dynamics of three kinds of testosterone implants, silastic tubing, time-release pellets and beeswax. General and Comparative Endocrinology 212, pp. 100 - 105 (2015)
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    Schwabl, H.; Dowling, J.; Baldassarre, D. T.; Gahr, M.; Lindsay, W. R.; Webster, M. S.: Variation in song system anatomy and androgen levels does not correspond to song characteristics in a tropical songbird. Animal Behaviour 104, pp. 39 - 50 (2015)
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    Skrip, M. M.; Bauchinger, U.; Goymann, W.; Fusani, L.; McWilliams, S. R.: Access to water affects the condition dependency of nocturnal restlessness in Garden Warblers on a Mediterranean island stopover. Journal of Ornithology 156 (Suppl 1), pp. 425 - 432 (2015)
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    Skrip, M. M.; Bauchinger, U.; Goymann, W.; Fusani, L.; Cardinale, M.; Alan, R. R.; McWilliams, S. R.: Migrating songbirds on stopover prepare for, and recover from, oxidative challenges posed by long-distance flight. Ecology and Evolution 5 (15), pp. 3198 - 3209 (2015)
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    Ashley, N. T.; Ubuka, T.; Schwabl, I.; Goymann, W.; Salli, B. M.; Bentley, G. E.; Buck, C. L.: Revealing a circadian clock in captive arctic-breeding songbirds, Lapland longspurs (Calcarius lapponicus), under constant illumination. Journal of Biological Rhythms 29 (6), pp. 456 - 469 (2014)
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    D'Alba, L.; van Hemert, C.; Spencer, K. A.; Heidinger, B. J.; Gill, L.; Evans, N. P.; Monaghan, P.; Handel, C. M.; Shawkey, M. D.: Melanin-based color of plumage: Role of condition and of feathers' microstructure. Integrative and Comparative Biology 54 (4), pp. 633 - 644 (2014)
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    Dittrich, F.; Ramenda, C.; Grillitsch, D.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Ko, M.-C.; Hertel, M.; Goymann, W.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Regulatory mechanisms of testosterone-stimulated song in the sensorimotor nucleus HVC of female songbirds. BMC Neuroscience 15 (1), 128 (2014)
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    Gahr, M.: How Hormone-Sensitive Are Bird Songs And What Are The Underlying Mechanisms? Acta Acustica United with Acustica 100 (4), pp. 705 - 718 (2014)
 
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