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Journal Article (16)

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    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)
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    Yohannes, E.; Gwinner, H.; Lee, R. W.; Schwabl, H.: Stable isotopes predict reproductive performance of European starlings breeding in anthropogenic environments. Ecosphere 7 (11), e01566 (2016)
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    Eens, M.; Jaspers, V. L. B.; Van den Steen, E.; Bateson, M.; Carere, C.; Clergeau, P.; Costantini, D.; Dolenec, Z.; Elliott, J. E.; Flux, J. et al.; Gwinner, H.; Halbrook, R. S.; Heeb, P.; Mazgajski, T. D.; Moksnes, A.; Polo, V.; Jose Soler, J.; Sinclair, R.; Veiga, J. P.; Williams, T. D.; Covaci, A.; Pinxten, R.: Can starling eggs be useful as a biomonitoring tool to study organohalogenated contaminants on a worldwide scale? Environment International 51, pp. 141 - 149 (2013)
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    Gwinner, H.; Yohannes, E.; Schwabl, H.: Nest composition and yolk hormones: Do female European starlings adjust yolk androgens to nest quality? Avian Biology Research 6 (4), pp. 307 - 312 (2013)
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    Moller, A. P.; Merino, S.; Jose Soler, J.; Antonov, A.; Badas, E. P.; Calero-Torralbo, M. A.; de Lope, F.; Eeva, T.; Figuerola, J.; Flensted-Jensen, E. et al.; Garamszegi, L. Z.; Gonzalez-Braojos, S.; Gwinner, H.; Hanssen, S. A.; Heylen, D.; Ilmonen, P.; Klarborg, K.; Korpimaki, E.; Martinez, J.; Martinez-de la Puente, J.; Marzal, A.; Matthysen, E.; Matyjasiak, P.; Molina-Morales, M.; Moreno, J.; Mousseau, T. A.; Nielsen, J. T.; Pap, P. L.; Rivero-de Aguilar, J.; Shurulinkov, P.; Slagsvold, T.; Szep, T.; Szoellosi, E.; Toeroek, J.; Vaclav, R.; Valera, F.; Ziane, N.: Assessing the effects of climate on host-parasite interactions: A comparative study of european birds and their parasites. PLoS One 8 (12), e82886 (2013)
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    De Groof, G.; Gwinner, H.; Steiger, S. S.; Kempenaers, B.; Van der Linden, A.: Neural correlates of behavioural olfactory sensitivity changes seasonally in european starlings. PLoS One 5 (12), e14337 (2010)
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    Gwinner, H.; Berger, S.: Starling males select green nest material by olfaction using experience-independent and experience-dependent cues. Animal Behaviour 75 (3), pp. 971 - 976 (2008)
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    Gwinner, H.; Berger, S.: European starlings: nestling condition, parasites and green nest material during the breeding season. Journal of Ornithology 146 (4), pp. 365 - 371 (2005)
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    Gwinner, H.; Schwabl, H.: Evidence for sexy sons in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58 (4), pp. 375 - 382 (2005)
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    Hau, M.; Wikelski, M.; Gwinner, H.; Gwinner, E.: Timing of reproduction in a Darwin's finch: temporal opportunism under spatial constraints. Oikos 106 (3), pp. 489 - 500 (2004)
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    Gwinner, H.; Van't Hof, T. J.; Zeman, M.: Hormonal and behavioral responses of starlings during a confrontation with males or females at nest boxes during the reproductive season. Hormones and Behavior 42 (1), pp. 21 - 31 (2002)
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    Gwinner, H.; Oltrogge, M.; Trost, L.; Nienaber, U.: Green plants in starling nests: Effects on nestlings. Animal Behaviour 59 (2), pp. 301 - 309 (2000)
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    Gwinner, H.; Gwinner, E.: Effects of testosterone on nest-box occupation and associated behaviours by male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Behaviour 129 (1), pp. 141 - 148 (1994)
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    Gwinner-Hanke, H.: Ontogenese des Sozialverhaltens von Birkhühnern (Tetrao tetrix). Journal für Ornithologie 132 (2), pp. 121 - 143 (1991)
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    Gwinner, H.; Gwinner, E.; Dittami, J.: Effects of nestboxes on LH, testosterone, testicular size, and the reproductive behavior on male European starlings in spring. Behaviour 103, pp. 68 - 81 (1987)
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    Gwinner, E.; Dittami, J.; Gwinner, H.: Postjuvenile molt in East African and Central European stonechats (Saxicola torquata axillaris, S. t. rubicola) and its modification by photoperiod. Oecologia 60 (1), pp. 66 - 70 (1983)

Book Chapter (1)

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    Gwinner, H.: Male European starlings use odorous herbs as nest material to attract females and benefit nestlings. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, Vol. 12, pp. 353 - 362 (Eds. East, M. L.; Dehnhard, M.). Springer, New York (2013)
 
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