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    Franchini, P.; Irisarri, I.; Fudickar, A. M.; Schmidt, A.; Meyer, A.; Wikelski, M.; Partecke, J.: Animal tracking meets migration genomics: Transcriptomic analysis of a partially migratory bird species. Molecular Ecology 26 (12), S. 3204 - 3216 (2017)
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    Zuniga, D.; Gager, Y.; Kokko, H.; Fudickar, A. M.; Schmidt, A.; Naef-Daenzer, B.; Wikelski, M.; Partecke, J.: Migration confers winter survival benefits in a partially migratory songbird. eLife 6, e28123 (2017)
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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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    Dominoni, D. M.; Partecke, J.: Does light pollution alter daylength? A test using light loggers on free-ranging European blackbirds (Turdus merula). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 370 (1667), 20140118 (2015)
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    Dominoni, D. M.; Van't Hof, T. J.; Partecke, J.: Social cues are unlikely to be the single cause for early reproduction in urban European blackbirds (Turdus merula). Physiology & Behavior 142, S. 14 - 19 (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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    Robert, K. A.; Lesku, J. A.; Partecke, J.; Chambers, B.: Artificial light at night desynchronizes strictly seasonal reproduction in a wild mammal. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1816), 20151745 (2015)
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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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    Dominoni, D. M.; Carmona-Wagner, E. O.; Hofmann, M.; Kranstauber, B.; Partecke, J.: Individual-based measurements of light intensity provide new insights into the effects of artificial light at night on daily rhythms of urban-dwelling songbirds. Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (3), S. 681 - 692 (2014)
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    Winkler, D. W.; Jørgensen, C.; Both, C.; Houston, A. I.; McNamara, J. M.; Levey, D. J.; Partecke, J.; Fudickar, A. M.; Kacelnik, A.; Roshier, D. et al.; Piersma, T.: Cues, strategies, and outcomes: How migrating vertebrates track environmental change. BMC Movement Ecology 2, 10 (2014)
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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.; Goymann, W.; Helm, B.; Partecke, J.: Urban-like night illumination reduces melatonin release in European blackbirds (Turdus merula): Implications of city life for biological time-keeping of songbirds. Frontiers in Zoology 10, 60 (2013)
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    Dominoni, D. M.; Helm, B.; Lehmann, M.; Dowse, H. B.; Partecke, J.: Clocks for the city: circadian differences between forest and city songbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1763), 20130593 (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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    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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    Miranda, A. C.; Schielzeth, H.; Sonntag, T.; Partecke, J.: Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Global Change Biology 19 (9), S. 2634 - 2644 (2013)
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    Mueller, J. C.; Partecke, J.; Hatchwell, B. J.; Gaston, K. J.; Evans, K. L.: Candidate gene polymorphisms for behavioural adaptations during urbanization in blackbirds. Molecular Ecology 22 (13), S. 3629 - 3637 (2013)
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    Nemeth, E.; Pieretti, N.; Zollinger, S. A.; Geberzahn, N.; Partecke, J.; Miranda, A. C.; Brumm, H.: Bird song and anthropogenic noise: vocal constraints may explain why birds sing higher-frequency songs in cities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1754), 20122798 (2013)
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    Norbu, N.; Wikelski, M. C.; Wilcove, D. S.; Partecke, J.; Ugyen; Tenzin, U.; Sherub; Tempa, T.: Partial altitudinal migration of a Himalayan forest pheasant. PLoS One 8 (4), e60979 (2013)
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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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    Evans, K. L.; Gaston, K. J.; Frantz, A. C.; Simeoni, M.; Sharp, S. P.; McGowan, A.; Dawson, D. A.; Walasz, K.; Partecke, J.; Burke, T. et al.; Hatchwell, B. J.: Independent colonization of multiple urban centres by a formerly forest specialist bird species. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1666), S. 2403 - 2410 (2009)
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    Geue, D.; Partecke, J.: Reduced parasite infestation in urban Eurasian blackbirds (Turdus merula): A factor favoring urbanization? Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie 86 (12), S. 1419 - 1425 (2008)
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    Partecke, J.; Schwabl, H.: Organizational effects of maternal testosterone on reproductive behavior of adult house sparrows. Developmental Neurobiology 68 (14), S. 1538 - 1548 (2008)
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    Partecke, J.; Gwinner, E.: Increased sedentariness in European Blackbirds following urbanization: A consequence of local adaptation? Ecology 88 (4), S. 882 - 890 (2007)
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    Partecke, J.; Gwinner, E.; Bensch, S.: Is urbanisation of European blackbirds (Turdus merula) associated with genetic differentiation? Journal of Ornithology 147 (4), S. 549 - 552 (2006)
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    Partecke, J.; Schwabl, I.; Gwinner, E.: Stress and the city: Urbanization and its effects on the stress physiology in European Blackbirds. Ecology 87 (8), S. 1945 - 1952 (2006)
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    Partecke, J.; Van't Hof, T. J.; Gwinner, E.: Underlying physiological control of reproduction in urban and forest-dwelling European blackbirds Turdus merula. Journal of Avian Biology 36 (4), S. 295 - 305 (2005)
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    Partecke, J.; Van't Hof, T. J.; Gwinner, E.: Differences in the timing of reproduction between urban and forest European blackbirds (Turdus merula): result of phenotypic flexibility or genetic differences? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 271 (1552), S. 1995 - 2001 (2004)
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    Partecke, J.; von Haeseler, A.; Wikelski, M.: Territory establishment in lekking marine iguanas, Amblyrhynchus cristatus: support for the hotshot mechanism. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51 (6), S. 579 - 587 (2002)
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    Biebach, H.; Biebach, I.; Friedrich, W.; Heine, G.; Partecke, J.; Schmidl, D.: Strategics of passerine migration across the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara Desert: A radar study. Ibis 142 (4), S. 623 - 634 (2000)

Buchkapitel (2)

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    Partecke, J.: Mechanisms of phenotypic responses following colonization of urban areas: From plastic to genetic adaptation. In: Avian Urban Ecology. Behavioural and Physiological Adaptations, S. 131 - 142 (Hg. Gil, D.; Brumm, H.). Oxford University Books, Oxford (2013)
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    Buchanan, K. L.; Partecke, J.: The endocrine system: Can homeostasis be maintained in a changing world? In: Behavioural responses to a changing world: Mechanisms and consequences, S. 32 - 45 (Hg. Candolin, U.; Wong, B. B. M.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2012)
 
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