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** Batary, P; Winkler, H; Baldi, A (2004): Experiments with artificial nests on predation in reed habitats. J Ornithol (145), 1 59-63.

** Carroll, LS; Meagher, S; Morrison, L; Penn, DJ; Potts, WK (2004): Fitness effects of a selfish gene (the Mus t complex) are revealed in an ecological context. Evolution. 2004; 58(6):1318-1328

** Danchin, E; Giraldeau, LA; Valone, TJ; Wagner, RH (2004): Public information: from nosy neighbors to cultural evolution. Science. 2004; 305(5683):487-491

** Helfenstein, F; Danchin, E; Wagner, RH (2004): Assortative mating and sexual size dimorphism in Black-legged Kittiwakes. Waterbirds (27), 3 350-354.

** Helfenstein, F; Danchin, E; Wagner, RH (2004): Is male unpredictability a paternity assurance strategy. Behaviour (141) 675-690.

** Helfenstein, F; Tirard, C; Danchin, E; Wagner, RH (2004): Low frequency of extra-pair paternity and high frequency of adoption in Black-legged Kittiwakes. Condor (106), 1 149-155.

** Hoi, H; Kristin, A; Valera, F; Hoi, C (2004): Clutch enlargement in lesser gray shrikes (Lanius minor) in Slovakia when food is superabundant: A maladaptive response. Auk (121), 2 557-564.

** Kruckenhauser, L; Haring, E; Pinsker, W; Riesing, MJ; Winkler, H; Wink, M; Gamauf, A (2004): Genetic vs. morphological differentiation of Old World buzzards (genus Buteo, Accipitridae). Zool Scr (33), 3 197-211.

** Schmidt, V; Schaefer, HM; Winkler, H (2004): Conspicuousness, not colour as foraging cue in plant-animal signalling. Oikos (106), 3 551-557.

** Tebbich, S; Taborsky, M; Fessl, B; Dvorak, M; Winkler, H (2004): Feeding behavior of four arboreal Darwin's finches: Adaptations to spatial and seasonal variability. Condor (106), 1 95-105.

** Valera, F; Hoi, H; Darolová, A; Kristofik, J (2004): Size versus health as a cue for host choice: a test of the tasty chick hypothesis. Parasitology. 2004; 129(Pt 1):59-68

** Vogl, W; Taborsky, B; Taborsky, M; Teuschl, Y; Honza, M (2004): Habitat and space use of European cuckoo females during the egg laying period. Behaviour (141) 881-898.

** Wagner, RH; Helfenstein, F; Danchin, E (2004): Female choice of young sperm in a genetically monogamous bird. Proc Biol Sci. 2004; 271 Suppl 4:S134-S137
[Open Access]

** Winkler, H; Leisler, B; Bernroider, G (2004): Ecological constraints on the evolution of avian brains. J Ornithol (145), 3 238-244.

** Zala, SM; Penn, DJ (2004): Abnormal behaviours induced by chemical pollution: a review of the evidence and new challenges. Anim Behav (68) 649-664.

** Zala, SM; Potts, WK; Penn, DJ (2004): Scent-marking displays provide honest signals of health and infection. Behav Ecol (15), 2 338-344.

** Zampiga, E; Hoi, H; Pilastro, A (2004): Preening, plumage reflectance and female choice in budgerigars. Ethol Ecol Evol (16), 4 339-349.

Publizierter (zitierfähiger) Beitrag für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltung in Proceedings (A2)

Zala, SM (2004): Mate choice, genetic resistance to infectious diseases, and modulation of testosterone. -10th International Behavioral Ecology Congress; 2004; Jyväskylä, Finland .

Originalbeitrag in Sammelwerk

Winkler, H; Leisler, B; Greenberg, R; Marra, PP (2004): To be a migrant: ecomorphological burdens and chances. IN: Greenberg, R [Hrsg.]: Birds of Two Worlds: The Ecology and Evolution of Migratory Birds.. Baltimore, Princeton University Press, pp. 79-86. ISBN: 0-8018-8107-2.

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