Publikationen des MPIO

Publikationen des MPIO

Zeitschriftenartikel (1387)

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    Abbey-Lee, R. N.; Araya-Ajoy, Y. G.; Mouchet, A.; Moiron, M.; Stuber, E. F.; Kempenaers, B.; Dingemanse, N. J.: Does perceived predation risk affect patterns of extra-pair paternity? A field experiment in a passerine bird. Functional Ecology 32 (4), S. 1001 - 1010 (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 (2018)
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    Alarcón-Nieto, G.; Graving, J. M.; Klarevas-Irby, J. A.; Maldonado-Chaparro, A. A.; Mueller, I.; Farine, D. R.: An automated barcode tracking system for behavioural studies in birds. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (6), S. 1536 - 1547 (2018)
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    Alcami, P.: Electrical synapses enhance and accelerate interneuron recruitment in response to coincident and sequential excitation. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 12, 156 (2018)
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    Armstrong, C.; Richardson, D. S.; Hipperson, H.; Horsburgh, G. J.; Küpper, C.; Percival-Alwyn, L.; Clark, M.; Burke, T.; Spurgin, L. G.: Genomic associations with bill length and disease reveal drift and selection across island bird populations. Evolution Letters 2 (1), S. 22 - 36 (2018)
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    Bastien, R.; Guayasamin, O.; Douady, S.; Moulia, B.: Coupled ultradian growth and curvature oscillations during gravitropic movement in disturbed wheat coleoptiles. PLoS One 13 (3), e0194893 (2018)
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    Bastille‐Rousseau, G.; Douglas‐Hamilton, I.; Blake, S.; Northrup, J. M.; Wittemyer, G.: Applying network theory to animal movements to identify properties of landscape space use. Ecological Applications 28 (3), S. 854 - 864 (2018)
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    Bayerl, H.; Kraus, R. H. S.; Nowak, C.; Förster, D. W.; Fickel, J.; Kühn, R.: Fast and cost-effective single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) detection in the absence of a reference genome using semi-deep next generation random amplicon sequencing (RAMseq). Molecular Ecology Resources 18 (1), S. 107 - 117 (2018)
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    Ben-Mocha, Y.; Mundry, R.; Pika, S.: Why conceal? Evidence for concealed sex by dominant Arabian babblers (Turdoides squamiceps). Evolution and Human Behavior (2018)
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    Berdahl, A. M.; Kao, A. B.; Flack, A.; Westley, P. A. H.; Codling, E. A.; Couzin, I. D.; Dell, A. I.; Biro, D.: Collective animal navigation and migratory culture: From theoretical models to empirical evidence. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 373 (1746), 20170009 (2018)
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    Cantor, M.; Farine, D. R.: Simple foraging rules in competitive environments can generate socially structured populations. Ecology and Evolution 8 (10), S. 4978 - 4991 (2018)
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    Carbeck, K. M.; DeMoranville, K. J.; D'Amelio, P.; Goymann, W.; Trost, L.; Pierce, B.; Bryła, A.; Dzialo, M.; Bauchinger, U.; McWilliams, S. R.: Environmental cues and dietary antioxidants affect breeding behavior and testosterone of male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Hormones and Behavior 103, S. 36 - 44 (2018)
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    Carter, G. G.; Forss, S.; Page, R. A.; Ratcliffe, J. M.: Younger vampire bats (Desmodus rotundus) are more likely than adults to explore novel objects. PLoS One 13 (5), e0196889 (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 (2018)
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    Curk, T.; McDonald, T.; Zazelenchuk, D.; Weidensaul, S.; Brinker, D.; Huy, S.; Smith, N.; Miller, T.; Robillard, A.; Gauthier, G. et al.; Lecomte, N.; Therrien, J.-F.: Winter irruptive Snowy Owls (Bubo scandiacus) in North America are not starving. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie 96 (6), S. 553 - 558 (2018)
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    Daversa, D. R.; Manica, A.; Bosch, J.; Jolles, J. W.; Garner, T. W. J.: Routine habitat switching alters the likelihood and persistence of infection with a pathogenic parasite. Functional Ecology 32 (5), S. 1262 - 1270 (2018)
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    Davis, G. H.; Crofoot, M. C.; Farine, D. R.: Estimating the robustness and uncertainty of animal social networks using different observational methods. Animal Behaviour 141, S. 29 - 44 (2018)
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    Delcourt, J.; Miller, N. Y.; Couzin, I. D.; Garnier, S.: Methods for the effective study of collective behavior in a radial arm maze. Behavior Research Methods (2018)
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    Derr, J.; Bastien, R.; Couturier, É.; Douady, S.: Fluttering of growing leaves as a way to reach flatness: Experimental evidence on Persea americana. Interface: Journal of the Royal Society 15 (138), 20170595 (2018)
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    Dorado-Correa, A. M.; Zollinger, S. A.; Brumm, H.: Vocal plasticity in mallards: Multiple signal changes in noise and the evolution of the Lombard effect in birds. Journal of Avian Biology 49 (1), jav.01564 (2018)
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    Douëllou, T.; Galia, W.; Kerangart, S.; Marchal, T.; Milhau, N.; Bastien, R.; Bouvier, M.; Buff, S.; Montel, M.-C.; Sergentet-Thevenot, D.: Milk fat globules hamper adhesion of enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli to enterocytes: In vitro and in vivo evidence. Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 947 (2018)
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    Eberhart-Phillips, L. J.; Küpper, C.; Carmona-Isunza, M. C.; Vincze, O.; Zefania, S.; Cruz-López, M.; Kosztolányi, A.; Miller, T. E. X.; Barta, Z.; Cuthill, I. C. et al.; Burke, T.; Székely, T.; Hoffman, J. I.; Krüger, O.: Demographic causes of adult sex ratio variation and their consequences for parental cooperation. Nature Communications 9, 1651 (2018)
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    Etheredge, R. I.; Avenas, C.; Armstrong, M. J.; Cummings, M. E.: Sex-specific cognitive–behavioural profiles emerging from individual variation in numerosity discrimination in Gambusia affinis. Animal Cognition 21 (1), S. 37 - 53 (2018)
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    Farine, D. R.: When to choose dynamic versus static social network analysis. Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), S. 128 - 138 (2018)
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    Flack, A.; Nagy, M.; Fiedler, W.; Couzin, I. D.; Wikelski, M.: From local collective behaviour to global migratory patterns in white storks. Science 360 (6391), S. 911 - 914 (2018)
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    Frankl-Vilches, C.; Gahr, M.: Androgen and estrogen sensitivity of bird song: A comparative view on gene regulatory levels. Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 204 (1), S. 113 - 126 (2018)
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    Förster, D. W.; Bull, J. K.; Lenz, D.; Autenrieth, M.; Paijmans, J. L. A.; Kraus, R. H. S.; Nowak, C.; Bayerl, H.; Kühn, R.; Saveljev, A. P. et al.; Sindičić, M.; Hofreiter, M.; Schmidt, K.; Fickel, J.: Targeted re-sequencing of coding DNA sequences for SNP discovery in non-model species. Molecular Ecology Resources (2018)
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    Gahr, M.: Vocal communication: Decoding sexy songs. Current Biology 28 (7), S. R315 - R317 (2018)
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    Gingins, S.; Marcadier, F.; Wismer, S.; Krattinger, O.; Quattrini, F.; Bshary, R.; Binning, S. A.: The performance of cleaner wrasse, Labroides dimidiatus, in a reversal learning task varies across experimental paradigms. PeerJ 6, e4745 (2018)
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    Girndt, A.; Chng, C. W. T.; Burke, T.; Schroeder, J.: Male age is associated with extra-pair paternity, but not with extra-pair mating behaviour. Scientific Reports 8, 8378 (2018)
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    Goerlitz, H. R.: Weather conditions determine attenuation and speed of sound: Environmental limitations for monitoring and analyzing bat echolocation. Ecology and Evolution 8 (10), S. 5090 - 5100 (2018)
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    Goymann, W.; Brumm, H.: Let’s talk about sex - Not gender. Bioessays 40 (5), 1800030 (2018)
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    Gwinner, H.; Capilla-Lasheras, P.; Cooper, C.; Helm, B.: "Green incubation": Avian offspring benefit from aromatic nest herbs through improved parental incubation behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1880), 20180376 (2018)
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    Hardman, S. I.; Dalesman, S.: Repeatability and degree of territorial aggression differs among urban and rural great tits (Parus major). Scientific Reports 8, 5042 (2018)
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    Hiemer, D.; Salewski, V.; Fiedler, W.; Hahn, S.; Lisovski, S.: First tracks of individual Blackcaps suggest a complex migration pattern. Journal of Ornithology 159 (1), S. 205 - 210 (2018)
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    Hoppitt, W. J. E.; Farine, D. R.: Association indices for quantifying social relationships: How to deal with missing observations of individuals or groups. Animal Behaviour 136, S. 227 - 238 (2018)
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    Hughey, L. F.; Hein, A. M.; Strandburg-Peshkin, A.; Jensen, F. H.: Challenges and solutions for studying collective animal behaviour in the wild. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 373 (1746), 20170005 (2018)
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    Jalaeian, M.; Golizadeh, A.; Sarafrazi, A.; Naimi, B.: Inferring climatic controls of rice stem borers’ spatial distributions using maximum entropy modelling. Journal of Applied Entomology 142 (4), S. 388 - 396 (2018)
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    Jax, E.; Wink, M.; Kraus, R. H. S.: Avian transcriptomics: Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Ornithology 159 (3), S. 599 - 629 (2018)
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    Jeronimo, S.; Khadraoui, M.; Wang, D.; Martin, K.; Lesku, J. A.; Robert, K. A.; Schlicht, E.; Forstmeier, W.; Kempenaers, B.: Plumage color manipulation has no effect on social dominance or fitness in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology 29 (2), S. 459 - 467 (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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    Jolles, J. W.; Laskowski, K. L.; Boogert, N. J.; Manica, A.: Repeatable group differences in the collective behaviour of stickleback shoals across ecological contexts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1872), 20172629 (2018)
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    Kao, A. B.; Berdahl, A. M.; Hartnett, A. T.; Lutz, M. J.; Bak-Coleman, J. B.; Ioannou, C. C.; Giam, X.; Couzin, I. D.: Counteracting estimation bias and social influence to improve the wisdom of crowds. Interface: Journal of the Royal Society 15 (141), 20180130 (2018)
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    Kappers, E. F.; de Vries, C.; Alberda, A.; Forstmeier, W.; Both, C.; Kempenaers, B.: Inheritance patterns of plumage coloration in common buzzards Buteo buteo do not support a one-locus two-allele model. Biology Letters 14 (4), 20180007 (2018)
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    King, A. J.; Fehlmann, G.; Biro, D.; Ward, A. J.; Fürtbauer, I.: Re-wilding collective behaviour: An ecological perspective. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33 (5), S. 347 - 357 (2018)
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    Kölzsch, A.; Kleyheeg, E.; Kruckenberg, H.; Kaatz, M.; Blasius, B.: A periodic Markov model to formalize animal migration on a network. Royal Society Open Science 5, 180438 (2018)
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    Lattenkamp, E. Z.; Kaiser, S.; Kaucic, R.; Großmann, M.; Koselj, K.; Goerlitz, H. R.: Environmental acoustic cues guide the biosonar attention of a highly specialised echolocator. The Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (8), jeb165696 (2018)
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    Lazaro, J.; Hertel, M.; LaPoint, S. D.; Wikelski, M.; Stiehler, M.; Dechmann, D. K. N.: Cognitive skills of common shrews (Sorex araneus) vary with seasonal changes in skull size and brain mass. The Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (2), jeb166595 (2018)
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    Lazaro, J.; Hertel, M.; Sherwood, C. C.; Muturi, M.; Dechmann, D. K. N.: Profound seasonal changes in brain size and architecture in the common shrew. Brain Structure & Function 223 (6), S. 2823 - 2840 (2018)
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    Leitner, S.: Kanarengirlitze auf der Azoreninsel Corvo: Nachweis erbracht. Vögel 1, S. 60 - 63 (2018)
 
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