Publikationen des MPIO

Publikationen des MPIO

Zeitschriftenartikel (127)

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    Apfelbeck, B. A.; Kiefer, S.; Mortega, K. G.; Goymann, W.; Kipper, S.: Testosterone affects song modulation during simulated territorial intrusions in male black redstarts (Phoenicurus ochruros). PLoS One 7 (12), e52009 (2012)
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    Atagan, Y.; Forstmeier, W.: Protein supplementation decreases courtship rate in the zebra finch. Animal Behaviour 83 (1), S. 69 - 74 (2012)
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    Bauer, H.-G.; Woog, F.: Zur Invasivität gebietsfremder Vogelarten und deren Status und Ökologie in Deutschland. Die Vogelwarte 50 (4), S. 311 - 312 (2012)
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    Bauer, H.-G.: Nachruf - Dr. Martin Schneider-Jacoby (14.7.1956-15.8.2012). Ornithologische Jahreshefte für Baden-Württemberg 28, S. 127 - 130 (2012)
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    Bauer, H.-G.: Zum Tod von Dr. Martin Schneider-Jacoby (14.7.1956-15.8.2012). Dachverband Deutscher Avifaunisten-aktuell 2012 (3), S. vi - vii (2012)
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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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    Baugh, A. T.; Schaper, S. V.; Hau, M.; Cockrem, J. F.; de Goede, P.; van Oers, K.: Corticosterone responses differ between lines of great tits (Parus major) selected for divergent personalities. General and Comparative Endocrinology 175 (3), S. 488 - 494 (2012)
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    Beckers, G. J. L.; Bolhuis, J. J.; Okanoya, K.; Berwick, R. C.: Birdsong neurolinguistics: songbird context-free grammar claim is premature. NeuroReport 23 (3), S. 139 - 145 (2012)
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    Beckers, G. J. L.; Gahr, M.: Large-Scale Synchronized Activity during Vocal Deviance Detection in the Zebra Finch Auditory Forebrain. The Journal of Neuroscience 32 (31), S. 10594 - 10608 (2012)
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    Benhaiem, S.; Dehnhard, M.; Bonanni, R.; Hofer, H.; Goymann, W.; Eulenberger, K.; East, M. L.: Validation of an enzyme immunoassay for the measurement of faecal glucocorticoid metabolites in spotted hyenas (Crocuta crocuta). General and Comparative Endocrinology 178 (2), S. 265 - 271 (2012)
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    Blake, S.; Wikelski, M.; Cabrera, F.; Guezou, A.; Silva, M.; Sadeghayobi, E.; Yackulic, C. B.; Jaramillo, P.: Seed dispersal by Galapagos tortoises. Journal of Biogeography 39 (11), S. 1961 - 1972 (2012)
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    Bolund, E.; Schielzeth, H.; Forstmeier, W.: Singing activity stimulates partner reproductive investment rather than increasing paternity success in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (6), S. 975 - 984 (2012)
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    Boston, E. S. M.; Puechmaille, S. J.; Scott, D. D.; Buckley, D. J.; Lundy, M. G.; Montgomery, I. W.; Prodoehl, P. A.; Teeling, E. C.: Empirical assessment of non-invasive population genetics in bats: comparison of DNA quality from faecal and tissue samples. Acta Chiropterologica 14 (1), S. 45 - 52 (2012)
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    Boyer, D.; Crofoot, M. C.; Walsh, P. D.: Non-random walks in monkeys and humans. Interface: Journal of the Royal Society 9 (70), S. 842 - 847 (2012)
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    Brown, D. D.; LaPoint, S. D.; Kays, R.; Heidrich, W.; Kümmeth, F.; Wikelski, M.: Accelerometer-informed GPS telemetry: reducing the tradeoff between resolution and longevity. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36 (1), S. 139 - 146 (2012)
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    Brumm, H.: Biomusic and Popular Culture: The Use of Animal Sounds in the Music of the Beatles. Journal of Popular Music Studies 24 (1), S. 25 - 38 (2012)
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    Brumm, H.; Teschke, I.: Juvenile Galapagos pelicans increase their foraging success by copying adult behaviour. PLoS One 7 (12), e51881 (2012)
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    Buehler, D. M.; Vezina, F.; Goymann, W.; Schwabl, I.; Versteegh, M.; Tieleman, B. I.; Piersma, T.: Independence among physiological traits suggests flexibility in the face of ecological demands on phenotypes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (8), S. 1600 - 1613 (2012)
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    Bulla, M.; Salek, M.; Gosler, A. G.: Eggshell spotting does not predict male incubation but marks thinner areas of a shorebird's shells. The Auk 129 (1), S. 26 - 35 (2012)
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    Crofoot, M. C.: Why Mob? Reassessing the Costs and Benefits of Primate Predator Harassment. Folia Primatologica 83 (3-6), S. 252 - 273 (2012)
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    Crofoot, M. C.; Gilby, I. C.: Cheating monkeys undermine group strength in enemy territory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109 (2), S. 501 - 505 (2012)
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    Deregnaucourt, S.; Saar, S.; Gahr, M.: Melatonin affects the temporal pattern of vocal signatures in birds. Journal of Pineal Research 53 (3), S. 245 - 258 (2012)
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    Dingemanse, N. J.; Barber, I.; Wright, J.; Brommer, J. E.: Quantitative genetics of behavioural reaction norms: genetic correlations between personality and behavioural plasticity vary across stickleback populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (3), S. 485 - 496 (2012)
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    Dingemanse, N. J.; Bouwman, K. M.; van de Pol, M.; van Overveld, T.; Patrick, S. C.; Matthysen, E.; Quinn, J. L.: Variation in personality and behavioural plasticity across four populations of the great tit Parus major. Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (1), S. 116 - 126 (2012)
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    Dingemanse, N. J.; Dochtermann, N. A.; Nakagawa, S.: Defining behavioural syndromes and the role of 'syndrome deviation' in understanding their evolution. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (11), S. 1543 - 1548 (2012)
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    Douglas, D. C.; Weinzierl, R.; Davidson, S. C.; Kays, R.; Wikelski, M.; Bohrer, G.: Moderating Argos location errors in animal tracking data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (6), S. 999 - 1007 (2012)
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    Dvorak, M.; Fessl, B.; Nemeth, E.; Kleindorfer, S.; Tebbich, S.: Distribution and abundance of Darwin's finches and other land birds on Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos: evidence for declining populations. Oryx 46 (1), S. 78 - 86 (2012)
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    Ebensperger, L. A.; Sobrero, R.; Quirici, V.; Castro, R. A.; Ortiz Tolhuysen, L.; Vargas, F.; Burger, J. R.; Quispe Valdez, R.; Villavicencio, C. P.; Vasquez, R. A. et al.; Hayes, L. D.: Ecological drivers of group living in two populations of the communally rearing rodent, Octodon degus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (2), S. 261 - 274 (2012)
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    Echeverry-Galvis, M. A.; Hau, M.: Molt-breeding overlap alters molt dynamics and behavior in zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata castanotis. The Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (11), S. 1957 - 1964 (2012)
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    English, A. K.; Chauvenet, A. L. M.; Safi, K.; Pettorelli, N.: Reassessing the determinants of breeding synchrony in ungulates. PLoS One 7 (7), e41444 (2012)
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    Fiedler, W.; Davidson, S. C.: Movebank – eine offene Internetplattform für Tierwanderungsdaten. Die Vogelwarte 50 (1), S. 15 - 20 (2012)
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    Fornoff, F.; Dechmann, D. K. N.; Wikelski, M.: Observation of movement and activity via radio-telemetry reveals diurnal behavior of the nrotropical katydid philophyllia ingens (orthoptera: tettigoniidae). Ecotropica 18 (1), S. 27 - 34 (2012)
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    Forstmeier, W.; Schielzeth, H.; Mueller, J. C.; Ellegren, H.; Kempenaers, B.: Heterozygosity-fitness correlations in zebra finches: microsatellite markers can be better than their reputation. Molecular Ecology 21 (13), S. 3237 - 3249 (2012)
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    Fröhlich, M.; Berger, A.; Kramer-Schadt, S.; Heckmann, I.; Martins, Q.: Complementing GPS cluster analysis with activity data for studies of leopard (Panthera pardus) diet. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 42 (2), S. 104 - 110 (2012)
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    Fudickar, A. M.; Partecke, J.: The flight apparatus of migratory and sedentary individuals of a partially migratory songbird species. PLoS One 7 (12), e51920 (2012)
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    Fudickar, A. M.; Wikelski, M.; Partecke, J.: Tracking migratory songbirds: accuracy of light-level loggers (geolocators) in forest habitats. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (1), S. 47 - 52 (2012)
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    Fuller, T.; Bensch, S.; Mueller, I.; Novembre, J.; Perez-Tris, J.; Ricklefs, R. E.; Smith, T. B.; Waldenström, J.: The Ecology of Emerging Infectious Diseases in Migratory Birds: An Assessment of the Role of Climate Change and Priorities for Future Research. Ecohealth 9 (1), S. 80 - 88 (2012)
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    Fuxjager, M. J.; Schultz, J. D.; Barske, J.; Feng, N. Y.; Fusani, L.; Mirzatoni, A.; Day, L. B.; Hau, M.; Schlinger, B. A.: Spinal motor and sensory neurons are androgen targets in an acrobatic bird. Endocrinology 153 (8), S. 3780 - 3791 (2012)
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    Garamszegi, L. Z.; Rosivall, B.; Rettenbacher, S.; Marko, G.; Zsebök, S.; Szoellosi, E.; Eens, M.; Potti, J.; Toeroek, J.: Corticosterone, avoidance of novelty, risk-taking and aggression in a wild bird: No evidence for pleiotropic effects. Ethology 118 (7), S. 621 - 635 (2012)
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    Garamszegi, L. Z.; Zsebök, S.; Toeroek, J.: The relationship between syllable repertoire similarity and pairing success in a passerine bird species with complex song. Journal of Theoretical Biology 295, S. 68 - 76 (2012)
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    Goymann, W.: On the use of non-invasive hormone research in uncontrolled, natural environments: The problem with sex, diet, metabolic rate and the individual. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (4), S. 757 - 765 (2012)
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    Goymann, W.; Helm, B.; Jensen, W.; Schwabl, I.; Moore, I. T.: A tropical bird can use the equatorial change in sunrise and sunset times to synchronize its circannual clock. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1742), S. 3527 - 3534 (2012)
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    Greives, T. J.; Kingma, S. A.; Beltrami, G.; Hau, M.: Melatonin delays clutch initiation in a wild songbird. Biology Letters 8 (3), S. 330 - 332 (2012)
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    Gschweng, M.; Kalko, E. K. V.; Berthold, P.; Fiedler, W.; Fahr, J.: Multi-temporal distribution modelling with satellite tracking data: predicting responses of a long-distance migrant to changing environmental conditions. Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (4), S. 803 - 813 (2012)
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    Hirschenhauser, K.; Spreitzer, K.; Lepschy, M.; Kotrschal, K.; Möstl, E.: Excreted corticosterone metabolites differ between two galliform species, Japanese Quail and Chicken, between sexes and between urine and faecal parts of droppings. Journal of Ornithology 153 (4), S. 1179 - 1188 (2012)
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    Hüppop, O.; Bauer, H.-G.; Haupt, H.; Ryslavy, T.; Südbeck, P.; Wahl, J.: Der Weg zu einer Roten Liste Wandernder Vogelarten. Die Vogelwarte 50 (4), S. 251 - 252 (2012)
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    Isaac, N. J. B.; Redding, D. W.; Meredith, H. M.; Safi, K.: Phylogenetically-informed priorities for amphibian conservation. PLoS One 7 (8), e43912 (2012)
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    Jansen, P. A.; Hirsch, B. T.; Emsens, W.-J.; Zamora-Gutierrez, V.; Wikelski, M.; Kays, R.: Thieving rodents as substitute dispersers of megafaunal seeds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109 (31), S. 12610 - 12615 (2012)
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    Johnsen, A.; Carter, K. L.; Delhey, K.; Lifjeld, J. T.; Robertson, R. J.; Kempenaers, B.: Laying-order effects on sperm numbers and on paternity: comparing three passerine birds with different life histories. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66 (2), S. 181 - 190 (2012)
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    Junker, J.; Blake, S.; Boesch, C.; Campbell, G.; du Toit, L.; Duvall, C.; Ekobo, A.; Etoga, G.; Galat-Luong, A.; Gamys, J. et al.; Ganas-Swaray, J.; Gatti, S.; Ghiurghi, A.; Granier, N.; Hart, J.; Head, J.; Herbinger, I.; Hicks, T. C.; Huijbregts, B.; Imong, I. S.; Kuempel, N.; Lahm, S.; Lindsell, J.; Maisels, F.; McLennan, M.; Martinez, L.; Morgan, B.; Morgan, D.; Mulindahabi, F.; Mundry, R.; N'Goran, K. P.; Normand, E.; Ntongho, A.; Okon, D. T.; Petre, C.-A.; Plumptre, A.; Rainey, H.; Regnaut, S.; Sanz, C.; Stokes, E.; Tondossama, A.; Tranquilli, S.; Sunderland-Groves, J.; Walsh, P.; Warren, Y.; Williamson, E. A.; Kuehl, H. S.: Recent decline in suitable environmental conditions for African great apes. Diversity and Distributions 18 (11), S. 1077 - 1091 (2012)
 
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