Publikationen des MPIO

Publikationen des MPIO

Zeitschriftenartikel (1434)

  1. 51.
    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)
  2. 52.
    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)
  3. 53.
    Goymann, W.; Brumm, H.: Let’s talk about sex - Not gender. Bioessays 40 (5), 1800030 (2018)
  4. 54.
    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)
  5. 55.
    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)
  6. 56.
    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)
  7. 57.
    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)
  8. 58.
    Hu, M. Y.; Lein, E.; Bleich, M.; Melzner, F.; Stumpp, M.: Trans‐life cycle acclimation to experimental ocean acidification affects gastric pH homeostasis and larval recruitment in the sea star Asterias rubens. Acta Physiologica 223 (2), e13169 (2018)
  9. 59.
    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)
  10. 60.
    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)
  11. 61.
    Jax, E.; Wink, M.; Kraus, R. H. S.: Avian transcriptomics: Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Ornithology 159 (3), S. 599 - 629 (2018)
  12. 62.
    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)
  13. 63.
    Jimeno, B.; Hau, M.; Verhulst, S.: Corticosterone levels reflect variation in metabolic rate, independent of "stress". Scientific Reports 8, 13020 (2018)
  14. 64.
    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)
  15. 65.
    Jolles, J. W.: Comment on "Consistency of fish‐shoal social network structure under laboratory conditions (Gaffney and Webster, 2018)". Journal of Fish Biology (2018)
  16. 66.
    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)
  17. 67.
    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)
  18. 68.
    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)
  19. 69.
    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)
  20. 70.
    Koblitz, J. C.: Arrayvolution: using microphone arrays to study bats in the field. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie 96, S. 933 - 938 (2018)
  21. 71.
    Kohles, J. E.; Page, R. A.; Dechmann, D. K. N.; O'Mara, M. T.: Rapid behavioral changes during early development in Peters’ tent-making bat (Uroderma bilobatum). PLoS One 13 (10), e0205351 (2018)
  22. 72.
    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)
  23. 73.
    Kumar, N.; van Faassen, M.; Kema, I.; Gahr, M.; Groothuis, T. G.G.: Early embryonic modification of maternal hormones differs systematically among embryos of different laying order: A study in birds. General and Comparative Endocrinology (2018)
  24. 74.
    Kumar, N.; van Faassen, M.; de Vries, B.; Kema, I.; Gahr, M.; Groothuis, T. G. G.: Gonadal steroid levels in rock pigeon eggs do not represent adequately maternal allocation. Scientific Reports 8, 11213 (2018)
  25. 75.
    Lang, S. D. J.; Mann, R. P.; Farine, D. R.: Temporal activity patterns of predators and prey across broad geographic scales. Behavioral Ecology (2018)
  26. 76.
    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)
  27. 77.
    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)
  28. 78.
    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)
  29. 79.
    Leitner, S.: Kanarengirlitze auf der Azoreninsel Corvo: Nachweis erbracht. Vögel 1, S. 60 - 63 (2018)
  30. 80.
    Lewanzik, D.; Goerlitz, H. R.: Continued source level reduction during attack in the low-amplitude bat Barbastella barbastellus prevents moth evasive flight. Functional Ecology 32 (5), S. 1251 - 1261 (2018)
  31. 81.
    Liévin-Bazin, A.; Pineaux, M.; Clerc, O.; Gahr, M.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Bovet, D.: Emotional responses to conspecific distress calls are modulated by affiliation in cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus). PLoS One 13 (10), e0205314 (2018)
  32. 82.
    Loveland, J. L.; Hu, C. K.: Commentary: Arginine vasotocin preprohormone is expressed in surprising regions of the teleost forebrain. Frontiers in Endocrinology 8, 195 (2018)
  33. 83.
    Mahoney, P. J.; Liston, G. E.; LaPoint, S. D.; Gurarie, E.; Mangipane, B.; Wells, A. G.; Brinkman, T. J.; Eitel, J. U. H.; Hebblewhite, M.; Nolin, A. W. et al.; Boelman, N.; Prugh, L. R.: Navigating snowscapes: Scale-dependent responses of mountain sheep to snowpack properties. Ecological Applications 28 (7), S. 1715 - 1729 (2018)
  34. 84.
    Maldonado-Chaparro, A. A.; Blumstein, D. T.; Armitage, K. B.; Childs, D. Z.: Transient LTRE analysis reveals the demographic and trait‐mediated processes that buffer population growth. Ecology Letters 21 (11), S. 1693 - 1703 (2018)
  35. 85.
    Maldonado-Chaparro, A. A.; Montiglio, P.-O.; Forstmeier, W.; Kempenaers, B.; Farine, D. R.: Linking the fine-scale social environment to mating decisions: A future direction for the study of extra-pair paternity. Biological Reviews 93 (3), S. 1558 - 1577 (2018)
  36. 86.
    Marthy, W.; Farine, D. R.: The potential impacts of the songbird trade on mixed-species flocking. Biological Conservation 222, S. 222 - 231 (2018)
  37. 87.
    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)
  38. 88.
    Massot, B.; Arthaud, S.; Barrillot, B.; Roux, J.; Ungurean, G.; Luppi, P.-H.; Rattenborg, N. C.; Libourel, P.-A.: ONEIROS, a new miniature standalone device for recording sleep electrophysiology, physiology, temperatures and behavior in the lab and field. Journal of Neuroscience Methods (2018)
  39. 89.
    Mendonca, T.; Birkhead, T. R.; Cadby, A. J.; Forstmeier, W.; Hemmings, N.: A trade-off between thickness and length in the zebra finch sperm mid-piece. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1883), 20180865 (2018)
  40. 90.
    Moiron, M.; Mathot, K. J.; Dingemanse, N. J.: To eat and not be eaten: Diurnal mass gain and foraging strategies in wintering great tits. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1874), 20172868 (2018)
  41. 91.
    Montiglio, P.-O.; McGlothlin, J. W.; Farine, D. R.: Social structure modulates the evolutionary consequences of social plasticity: A social network perspective on interacting phenotypes. Ecology and Evolution 8 (3), S. 1451 - 1464 (2018)
  42. 92.
    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)
  43. 93.
    Moyers, S. C.; Adelman, J. S.; Farine, D. R.; Thomason, C. A.; Hawley, D. M.: Feeder density enhances house finch disease transmission in experimental epidemics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 373 (1745), 20170090 (2018)
  44. 94.
    Mueller, J. C.; Kuhl, H.; Boerno, S.; Tella, J. L.; Carrete, M.; Kempenaers, B.: Evolution of genomic variation in the burrowing owl in response to recent colonization of urban areas. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1878), 20180206 (2018)
  45. 95.
    Nagy, M.; Couzin, I. D.; Fiedler, W.; Wikelski, M.; Flack, A.: Synchronization, coordination and collective sensing during thermalling flight of freely migrating white storks. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 373 (1746), 20170011 (2018)
  46. 96.
    Nicoladis, E.; Marentette, P.; Pika, S.; Gonçalves Barbosa, P.: Young children show little sensitivity to the iconicity in number gestures. Language Learning and Development 14 (4), S. 297 - 319 (2018)
  47. 97.
    Nilsson, C.; Dokter, A. M.; Schmid, B.; Scacco, M.; Verlinden, L.; Bäckman, J.; Haase, G.; Dell’Omo, G.; Chapman, J. W.; Leijnse, H. et al.; Liechti, F.: Field validation of radar systems for monitoring bird migration. Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (6), S. 2552 - 2564 (2018)
  48. 98.
    Nourani, E.; Safi, K.; Yamaguchi, N. M.; Higuchi, H.: Raptor migration in an oceanic flyway: Wind and geography shape the migratory route of grey-faced buzzards in East Asia. Royal Society Open Science 5 (3), 171555 (2018)
  49. 99.
    Oloo, F.; Safi, K.; Aryal, J.: Predicting migratory corridors of white storks, Ciconia ciconia, to enhance sustainable wind energy planning: A data-driven agent-based model. Sustainability 10 (5), 1470 (2018)
  50. 100.
    Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Couples showing off: Audience promotes both male and female multimodal courtship display in a songbird. Science Advances 4 (10), eaat4779 (2018)
 
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