Zeitschriftenartikel (29)

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    Francisco, F. A.; Nührenberg, P.; Jordan, L. A.: A low-cost, open-source framework for tracking and behavioural analysis of animals in aquatic ecosystems. bioRxiv (2019)
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    Kohda, M.; Hotta, T.; Takeyama, T.; Awata, S.; Tanaka, H.; Asai, J.-y.; Jordan, L. A.: If a fish can pass the mark test, what are the implications for consciousness and self-awareness testing in animals? PLoS Biology 17 (2), e3000021 (2019)
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    Beekman, M.; Jordan, L. A.: The Emperor has no clothes: A response to comments on Beekman and Jordan. Behavioral Ecology 28 (3), S. 630 - 631 (2017)
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    Beekman, M.; Jordan, L. A.: Does the field of animal personality provide any new insights for behavioral ecology? Behavioral Ecology 28 (3), S. 617 - 623 (2017)
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    Bolnick, D. I.; Hendrix, K.; Jordan, L. A.; Veen, T.; Brock, C. D.: Intruder colour and light environment jointly determine how nesting male stickleback respond to simulated territorial intrusions. Biology Letters 12 (8), 20160467 (2016)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Maguire, S. M.; Hofmann, H. A.; Kohda, M.: The social and ecological costs of an ‘over-extended’ phenotype. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1822), 20152359 (2016)
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    Brooks, R. C.; Shelly, J. P.; Jordan, L. A.; Dixson, B. J.W.: The multivariate evolution of female body shape in an artificial digital ecosystem. Evolution and Human Behavior 36 (5), S. 351 - 358 (2015)
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    Hotta, T.; Takeyama, T.; Heg, D.; Awata, S.; Jordan, L. A.; Kohda, M.: The use of multiple sources of social information in contest behavior: Testing the social cognitive abilities of a cichlid fish. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 85 (2015)
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    Hotta, T.; Jordan, L. A.; Takeyama, T.; Kohda, M.: Order effects in transitive inference: does the presentation order of social information affect transitive inference in social animals? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 59 (2015)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Ryan, M. J.: The sensory ecology of adaptive landscapes. Review. Biology Letters 11 (5), 20141054 (2015)
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    Kohda, M.; Jordan, L. A.; Hotta, T.; Kosaka, N.; Karino, K.; Tanaka, H.; Taniyama, M.; Takeyama, T.: Facial recognition in a group-living cichlid fish. PLoS One 10 (11), e0142552 (2015)
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    Li, N.; Takeyama, T.; Jordan, L. A.; Kohda, M.: Female control of paternity by spawning site choice in a cooperatively polyandrous cichlid. Behaviour 152, S. 231 - 245 (2015)
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    Hotta, T.; Takeyama, T.; Jordan, L. A.; Kohda, M.: Duration of memory of dominance relationships in a group living cichlid. Die Naturwissenschaften 101 (9), S. 745 - 751 (2014)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Kokko, H.; Kasumovic, M.: Reproductive foragers: Male spiders choose mates by selecting among competitive environments. American Naturalist 183 (5), S. 638 - 649 (2014)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Herbert-Read, J. E.; Ward, A. J. W.: Rising costs of care make spiny chromis discerning parents. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (3), S. 449 - 455 (2013)
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    Kasumovic, M. M.; Jordan, L. A.: Social factors driving settlement and relocation decisions in a solitary and aggregative spider. American Naturalist 182 (4), S. 532 - 541 (2013)
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    Mann, R. P.; Herbert-Read, J. E.; Ma, Q.; Jordan, L. A.; Sumpter, D. J. T.; Ward, A. J. W.: A model comparison reveals dynamic social information drives the movements of humbug damselfish (Dascyllus aruanus). Interface: Journal of the Royal Society 11 (90), 20130794 (2013)
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    Ward, A. J. W.; Herbert-Read, J. E.; Jordan, L. A.; James, R.; Krause, J.; Ma, Q.; Rubenstein, D. I.; Sumpter, D. J. T.; Morrell, L. J.: Initiators, leaders, and recruitment mechanisms in the collective movements of damselfish. American Naturalist 181 (6), S. 748 - 760 (2013)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Brooks, R. C.: Recent social history alters male courtship preferences. Evolution 66 (1), S. 280 - 287 (2012)
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    Wong, M. Y. L.; Jordan, L. A.; Marsh-Rollo, S.; St-Cyr, S.; Reynolds, J. O.; Stiver, K. A.; Desjardins, J. K.; Fitzpatrick, J. L.; Balshine, S.: Mating systems in cooperative breeders: the roles of resource dispersion and conflict mitigation. Behavioral Ecology 23 (3), S. 521 - 530 (2012)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Wong, M. Y. L.; Balshine, S. S.: The effects of familiarity and social hierarchy on group membership decisions in a social fish. Biology Letters 6 (3), S. 301 - 303 (2010)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Avolio, C.; Herbert-Read, J. E.; Krause, J.; Rubenstein, D. I.; Ward, A. J. W.: Group structure in a restricted entry system is mediated by both resident and joiner preferences. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64 (7), S. 1099 - 1106 (2010)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Brooks, R. C.: The lifetime costs of increased male reproductive effort: courtship, copulation and the Coolidge effect. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (11), S. 2403 - 2409 (2010)
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    Beekman, M.; Allsopp, M. H.; Jordan, L. A.; Lim, J.; Oldroyd, B. P.: A quantitative study of worker reproduction in queenright colonies of the Cape honey bee, Apis mellifera capensis. Molecular Ecology 18 (12), S. 2722 - 2727 (2009)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Allsopp, M. H.; Oldroyd, B. P.; Wossler, T. C.; Beekman, M.: Cheating honeybee workers produce royal offspring. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1632), S. 345 - 351 (2008)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Allsopp, M. H.; Beekman, M.; Wossler, T. C.; Oldroyd, B. P.: Inheritance of traits associated with reproductive potential in Apis mellifera capensis and Apis mellifera scutellata workers. Journal of Heredity 99 (4), S. 376 - 381 (2008)
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    Oldroyd, B. P.; Allsopp, M. H.; Gloag, R. S.; Lim, J.; Jordan, L. A.; Beekman, M.: Thelytokous parthenogenesis in unmated queen honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis): Central fusion and high recombination rates. Genetics 180 (1), S. 359 - 366 (2008)
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    Jordan, L. A.; Allsopp, M. H.; Oldroyd, B. P.; Wossler, T. C.; Beekman, M.: A scientific note on the drone flight time of Apis mellifera capensis and A-m. scutellata. Apidologie 38 (5), S. 436 - 437 (2007)
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    Midgley, D. J.; Jordan, L. A.; Saleeba, J. A.; McGee, P. A.: Utilisation of carbon substrates by orchid and ericoid mycorrhizal fungi from Australian dry sclerophyll forests. Mycorrhiza 16 (3), S. 175 - 182 (2006)

Buchkapitel (1)

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    Ryan, M. J.; Jordan, L. A.: Courtship and Mate Choice. In: APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology (Hg. Call, J.) (2015)

Sonstige (1)

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    Jordan, L. A.: Poecilia reticulata (guppy). In: CABI, Invasive Species Compendium, (2008)
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