Publications of the Department

Journal Article (6)

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Journal Article
Bauchinger, U.; Goymann, W.: Two workshops in ornithology: A general introduction: Dedication to Eberhard Gwinner. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1046, pp. IX - X (2005)
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Journal Article
Garamszegi, L. Z.; Balsby, T. J. S.; Bell, D. B.; Borowiec, M.; Byers, B. E.; Draganoiu, T.; Eens, M.; Forstmeier, W.; Galeotti, P.; Gil, D. et al.; Gorissen, L.; Hansen, P.; Lampe, H. M.; Leitner, S.; Lontkowski, J.; Nagle, L.; Nemeth, E.; Pinxten, R.; Rossi, J.-M.; Saino, N.; Tanvez, A.; Titus, R.; Török, J.; van Duyse, E.; Møller, A.P.: Estimating the complexity of bird song by using capture-recapture approaches from community ecology. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57 (4), pp. 305 - 317 (2005)
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Journal Article
Goymann, W.; Jenni-Eiermann, S.: Introduction to the European Science Foundation technical meeting: Analysis of hormones in droppings and egg yolk of birds. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1046, pp. 1 - 4 (2005)
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Journal Article
Goymann, W.: Noninvasive monitoring of hormones in bird Droppings: Physiological validation, sampling, extraction, sex differences, and the influence of diet on hormone metabolite levels. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1046, pp. 35 - 53 (2005)
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Journal Article
Jansen, R. F.; Metzdorf, R.; van der Roest, M.; Fusani, L.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Melatonin affects the temporal organization of the song of the zebra finch. The FASEB Journal 19, pp. 848 - 850 (2005)
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Journal Article
Leitner, S.; Voigt, C.; Metzdorf, R.; Catchpole, C. K.: Immediate early gene (ZENK, Arc) expression in the auditory forebrain of female canaries varies in response to male song quality. Journal of Neurobiology 64 (3), pp. 275 - 284 (2005)

Book Chapter (1)

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Book Chapter
Wingfield, J. C.; Moore, I. T.; Goymann, W.; Wacker, D.; Sperry, T.: Contexts and ethology of vertebrate aggression: Implications for the evolution of hormone-behavior interactions. In: Biology of aggression, pp. 179 - 210 (Ed. Nelson, R.). Oxford University Press, New York (2005)
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