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    1. Aste, N; Cozzi, B; Stankov, B; Panzica, G
      Sexual differences and effect of photoperiod on melatonin receptor in avian brain

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    2. Oishi, T; Yamao, M; Kondo, C; Haida, Y; Masuda, A; Tamotsu, S
      Multiphotoreceptor and multioscillator system in avian circadian organization

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    3. Underwood, H; Steele, CT; Zivkovic, B
      Circadian organization and the role of the pineal in birds

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    4. Yom-Tov, Y
      Global warming and body mass decline in Israeli passerine birds

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Gwinner, E; Brandstatter, R
      Complex bird clocks

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    6. Heeb, P
      Pair copulation frequency correlates with female reproductive performance in Tree Sparrows Passer montanus

      JOURNAL OF AVIAN BIOLOGY
    7. Creighton, E
      Mate acquisition in the European blackbird and its implications for sexualstrategies

      ETHOLOGY ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    8. Yoshimura, T; Yasuo, S; Suzuki, Y; Makino, E; Yokota, Y; Ebihara, S
      Identification of the suprachiasmatic nucleus in birds

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Casotti, G
      Effects of season on kidney morphology in house sparrows

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Aparicio, JM; Cordero, PJ
      The effects of the minimum threshold condition for breeding on offspring sex-ratio adjustment in the lesser kestrel

      EVOLUTION
    11. Green, AJ
      Mass/length residuals: Measures of body condition or generators of spurious results?

      ECOLOGY
    12. Liker, A; Barta, Z
      Male badge size predicts dominance against females in House Sparrows

      CONDOR
    13. Maier, TJ; Degraaf, RM
      Differences in depredation by small predators limit the use of plasticine and zebra finch eggs in artificial-nest studies

      CONDOR
    14. Griffith, SC; Sheldon, BC
      Phenotypic plasticity in the expression of sexually selected traits: neglected components of variation

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    15. Wu, WQ; McGoogan, JM; Cassone, VM
      Circadian regulation of visually evoked potentials in the domestic pigeon,Columba livia

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    16. Zivkovic, BD; Underwood, H; Siopes, T
      Circadian ovulatory rhythms in Japanese quail: Role of ocular and extraocular pacemakers

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    17. Abraham, U; Gwinner, E; Van't Hof, TJ
      Exogenous melatonin reduces the resynchronization time after phase shifts of a nonphotic zeitgeber in the house sparrow (Passer domesticus)

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    18. Vinuela, J
      Opposing selective pressures on hatching asynchrony: egg viability, brood reduction, and nestling growth

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    19. Gruwell, JA; Fogarty, CL; Bennett, SG; Challet, GL; Vanderpool, KS; Jozan, M; Webb, JP
      Role of peridomestic birds in the transmission of St. Louis encephalitis virus in southern California

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
    20. Altwegg, R; Ringsby, TH; Saether, BE
      Phenotypic correlates and consequences of dispersal in a metapopulation ofhouse sparrows Passer domesticus

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    21. Buchanan, KL; Catchpole, CK
      Extra-pair paternity in the socially monogamous Sedge Warbler Acrocephalusschoenobaenus as revealed by multilocus DNA fingerprinting

      IBIS
    22. Breuner, CW; Jennings, DH; Moore, MC; Orchinik, M
      Pharmacological adrenalectomy with mitotane

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    23. Stewart, R; Rambo, TB
      Cloacal microbes in house sparrows

      CONDOR
    24. Weddle, CB
      Effects of ectoparasites on nestling body mass in the house sparrow

      CONDOR
    25. Whitekiller, RR; Westneat, DF; Schwagmeyer, PL; Mock, DW
      Badge size and extra-pair fertilizations in the House Sparrow

      CONDOR
    26. Peer, K; Robertson, RJ; Kempenaers, B
      Reproductive anatomy and indices of quality in male tree swallows: The potential reproductive role of floaters

      AUK
    27. Lifjeld, JT; Aas, CK; Birkhead, TR; Fletcher, F; Krokene, C; Rigstad, K
      Variation in the number of spermatozoa in Blue Tit and Great Tit eggs

      AUK
    28. Poston, JP; Wiley, RH; Westneat, DF
      Male rank, female breeding synchrony, and patterns of paternity in the boat-tailed grackle

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    29. Kempenaers, B; Congdon, B; Boag, P; Robertson, RJ
      Extrapair paternity and egg hatchability in tree swallows: evidence for the genetic compatibility hypothesis?

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    30. Keyser, AJ; Hill, GE
      Condition-dependent variation in the blue-ultraviolet coloration of a structurally based plumage ornament

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    31. Richardson, DS; Burke, T
      Extra-pair paternity in relation to male age in Bullock's orioles

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    32. Mishra, MK; Tewary, PD
      Changes in body weight, ovarian growth, and circulating plasma estradiol level in response to programmed photoperiods in blackheaded bunting, Emberiza melanocephala

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    33. Chappell, MA; Bech, C; Buttemer, WA
      The relationship of central and peripheral organ masses to aerobic performance variation in house sparrows

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    34. Stoleson, SH; Beissinger, SR
      Egg viability as a constraint on hatching synchrony at high ambient temperatures

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    35. Saether, BE; Ringsby, TH; Bakke, O; Solberg, EJ
      Spatial and temporal variation in demography of a house sparrow metapopulation

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    36. Brown, CR; Brown, MB
      Natural selection on tail and bill morphology in Barn Swallows Hirundo rustica during severe weather

      IBIS
    37. FULGIONE D; PROCACCINI G; VARRIALE B; PASCUCCI B; MILONE M
      HIGH-LEVELS OF POLYMORPHISM DETECTED WITH M13 FINGERPRINTING PROBE INBIRD SPECIES AND POPULATIONS

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    38. STROHBACH S; CURIO E; BATHEN A; EPPLEN JT; LUBJUHN T
      EXTRAPAIR PATERNITY IN THE GREAT TIT (PARUS-MAJOR) - A TEST OF THE GOOD GENES HYPOTHESIS

      Behavioral ecology
    39. Krokene, C; Rigstad, K; Dale, M; Lifjeld, JT
      The function of extrapair paternity in blue tits and great tits: good genes or fertility insurance?

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    40. BARBER CA; ROBERTSON RJ; BOAG PT
      EXPERIMENTAL MATE REPLACEMENT DOES NOT INCREASE EXTRA-PAIR PATERNITY IN TREE SWALLOWS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    41. STUTCHBURY BJM; MORTON ES; PIPER WH
      EXTRA-PAIR MATING SYSTEM OF A SYNCHRONOUSLY BREEDING TROPICAL SONGBIRD

      Journal of avian biology
    42. STAFFORD TR; BEST LB
      EFFECTS OF APPLICATION RATE ON AVIAN RISK FROM GRANULAR PESTICIDES

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    43. BERTOLUCCI C; FOA A
      SEASONALITY AND ROLE OF SCN IN ENTRAINMENT OF LIZARD CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS TO DAILY MELATONIN INJECTIONS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    44. WESTNEAT DF; MCGRAW LA; FRATERRIGO JM; BIRKHEAD TR; FLETCHER F
      PATTERNS OF COURTSHIP BEHAVIOR AND EJACULATE CHARACTERISTICS IN MALE RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    45. BROWN CR; BROWN MB
      INTENSE NATURAL-SELECTION ON BODY-SIZE AND WING AND TAIL ASYMMETRY INCLIFF SWALLOWS DURING SEVERE WEATHER

      Evolution
    46. JURICOVA Z; PINOWSKI J; LITERAK I; HAHM KH; ROMANOWSKI J
      ANTIBODIES TO ALPHAVIRUS, FLAVIVIRUS, AND BUNYAVIRUS ARBOVIRUSES IN-HOUSE SPARROWS (PASSER-DOMESTICUS) AND TREE SPARROWS (PARUS-MONTANUS) IN POLAND

      Avian diseases
    47. GISSING GJ; CREASE TJ; MIDDLETON ALA
      EXTRAPAIR PATERNITY ASSOCIATED WITH RENESTING IN THE AMERICAN GOLDFINCH

      The Auk
    48. REHSTEINER U; GEISSER H; REYER HU
      SINGING AND MATING SUCCESS IN WATER PIPITS - ONE SPECIFIC SONG ELEMENT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE

      Animal behaviour
    49. CURRIE DR; BURKE T; WHITNEY RL; THOMPSON DBA
      MALE AND FEMALE BEHAVIOR AND EXTRA-PAIR PATERNITY IN THE WHEATEAR

      Animal behaviour
    50. KING VM; FOLLETT BK
      C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE PUTATIVE AVIAN SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    51. PIPER WH; EVERS DC; MEYER MW; TISCHLER KB; KAPLAN JD; FLEISCHER RC
      GENETIC MONOGAMY IN THE COMMON LOON (GAVIA IMMER)

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    52. SAXENA PN; GUPTA YK
      EFFECT OF MEXACARBATE ON CERTAIN LIVER BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF PASSER-DOMESTICUS (LINNAEUS)

      Journal of environmental biology
    53. TELLA JL; FORERO MG; DONAZAR JA; HIRALDO F
      IS THE EXPRESSION OF MALE TRAITS FEMALE LESSER KESTRELS RELATED TO SEXUAL SELECTION

      Ethology
    54. MENAKER M; MOREIRA LF; TOSINI G
      EVOLUTION OF CIRCADIAN ORGANIZATION IN VERTEBRATES

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    55. VINUELA J
      ADAPTATION VS. CONSTRAINT - INTRACLUTCH EGG-MASS VARIATION IN BIRDS

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    56. VINUELA J
      LAYING ORDER AFFECTS INCUBATION DURATION IN THE BLACK KITE (MILVUS MIGRANS) - COUNTERACTING HATCHING ASYNCHRONY

      The Auk
    57. GRAY EM
      DO FEMALE RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS BENEFIT GENETICALLY FROM SEEKING EXTRA-PAIR COPULATIONS

      Animal behaviour
    58. CROCHET PA
      CAN MEASURES OF GENE FLOW HELP TO EVALUATE BIRD DISPERSAL

      Acta oecologica
    59. KROGSTAD S; SAETHER BE; SOLBERG EJ
      ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENETIC-DETERMINANTS OF REPRODUCTION IN THE HOUSE SPARROW - A TRANSPLANT EXPERIMENT

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    60. KEMPENAERS B; ADRIAENSEN F; VANNOORDWIJK AJ; DHONDT AA
      GENETIC SIMILARITY, INBREEDING AND HATCHING FAILURE IN BLUE TITS - ARE UNHATCHED EGGS INFERTILE

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    61. NEUMANN K; WETTON JH
      HIGHLY POLYMORPHIC MICROSATELLITES IN THE HOUSE SPARROW PASSER-DOMESTICUS

      Molecular ecology
    62. HAU M; GWINNER E
      FOOD AS A CIRCADIAN ZEITGEBER FOR HOUSE SPARROWS - THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT FOOD ACCESS DURATIONS

      Journal of biological rhythms
    63. PUGESEK BH; TOMER A
      THE BUMPUS HOUSE SPARROW DATA - A REANALYSIS USING STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELS

      Evolutionary ecology
    64. PAWLINA IM; PROULX G
      STUDY OF HOUSE SPARROW (PASSER-DOMESTICUS) FEEDING PREFERENCE TO NATURAL COLOR AND GUARD COAT BLUE COATED SEEDS

      Crop protection
    65. GIONFRIDDO JP; BEST LB
      GRIT COLOR SELECTION BY HOUSE SPARROWS AND NORTHERN BOBWHITES

      The Journal of wildlife management
    66. ZAWILSKA JB; NOWAK JZ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN THE BRAIN OF 4 AVIAN SPECIES - DUCK, GOOSE, PIGEON, AND TURKEY

      General and comparative endocrinology
    67. POTTI J; MERINO S
      CAUSES OF HATCHING FAILURE IN THE PIED FLYCATCHER

      The Condor
    68. METCALFE NB; URE SE
      DIURNAL-VARIATION IN-FLIGHT PERFORMANCE AND HENCE POTENTIAL PREDATIONRISK IN SMALL BIRDS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    69. REPPERT SM; WEAVER DR; CASSONE VM; GODSON C; KOLAKOWSKI LF
      MELATONIN RECEPTORS ARE FOR THE BIRDS - MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF 2 RECEPTOR SUBTYPES DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED IN CHICK BRAIN

      Neuron
    70. SASAKI M; MASUDA A; OISHI T
      CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS OF CORNEAL MITOTIC RATE, RETINAL MELATONIN AND IMMUNOREACTIVE VISUAL PIGMENTS, AND THE EFFECTS OF MELATONIN ON THE RHYTHMS IN THE JAPANESE-QUAIL

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    71. MINUTINI L; INNOCENTI A; BERTOLUCCI C; FOA A
      CIRCADIAN ORGANIZATION IN THE RUIN LIZARD PODARCIS-SICULA - THE ROLE OF THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    72. KEMPENAERS B; VERHEYEN GR; DHONDT AA
      MATE GUARDING AND COPULATION BEHAVIOR IN MONOGAMOUS AND POLYGYNOUS BLUE TITS - DO MALES FOLLOW A BEST-OF-A-BAD-JOB STRATEGY

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    73. HAU M; GWINNER E
      CONTINUOUS MELATONIN ADMINISTRATION ACCELERATES RESYNCHRONIZATION FOLLOWING PHASE-SHIFTS OF A LIGHT-DARK CYCLE

      Physiology & behavior
    74. SCHNEIDER T
      DISTRIBUTION OF 2-[I-125]IODOMELATONIN BINDING-SITES IN THE BRAIN OF THE PIED FLYCATCHER (FICEDULA-HYPOLEUCA) AND THE ZEBRA FINCH (TAENIOPYGIA-GUTTATA)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    75. VEIGA JP
      HONEST SIGNALING AND THE SURVIVAL COST OF BADGES IN THE HOUSE SPARROW

      Evolution
    76. GIONFRIDDO JP; BEST LB
      GRIT USE BY HOUSE SPARROWS - EFFECTS OF DIET AND GRIT SIZE

      The Condor
    77. ANDERSON TR
      REMOVAL INDETERMINACY AND THE PROXIMATE DETERMINATION OF CLUTCH SIZE IN THE HOUSE SPARROW

      The Condor
    78. MOLLER AP
      DIRECTIONAL SELECTION ON DIRECTIONAL ASYMMETRY - TESTES SIZE AND SECONDARY SEXUAL CHARACTERS IN BIRDS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    79. SHIMIZU T; COX K; KARTEN HJ; BRITTO LRG
      CHOLERA-TOXIN MAPPING OF RETINAL PROJECTIONS IN PIGEONS (COLUMBA-LIVIA), WITH EMPHASIS ON RETINOHYPOTHALAMIC CONNECTIONS

      Visual neuroscience
    80. UNDERWOOD H
      THE CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF THERMOREGULATION IN JAPANESE-QUAIL .1. ROLE OF THE EYES AND PINEAL

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    81. UNDERWOOD H
      THE CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF THERMOREGULATION IN JAPANESE-QUAIL .1. ROLE OF THE EYES AND PINEAL

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    82. HAU M; GWINNER E
      MELATONIN FACILITATES SYNCHRONIZATION OF SPARROW CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS TOLIGHT

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    83. WALLMAN J; SALDANHA CJ; SILVER R
      A PUTATIVE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS OF BIRDS RESPONDS TO VISUAL-MOTION

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    84. DUNN PO; ROBERTSON RJ; MICHAUDFREEMAN D; BOAG PT
      EXTRA-PAIR PATERNITY IN TREE SWALLOWS - WHY DO FEMALES MATE WITH MORETHAN ONE MALE

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    85. JANIK D; CASSONE VM; PICKARD GE; MENAKER M
      RETINOHYPOTHALAMIC PROJECTIONS AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THESUPRACHIASMATIC REGION OF THE DESERT IGUANA DIPSOSAURUS-DORSALIS

      Cell and tissue research
    86. KESSLER KK; JOHNSON RJ; ESKRIDGE KM
      MONOFILAMENT LINES AND A HOOP DEVICE FOR BIRD MANAGEMENT AT BACKYARD FEEDERS

      Wildlife Society bulletin
    87. HEIGL S; GWINNER E
      PERIODIC MELATONIN IN THE DRINKING-WATER SYNCHRONIZES CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS IN SPARROWS

      Naturwissenschaften
    88. MILLAR CD; ANTHONY I; LAMBERT DM; STAPLETON PM; BERGMANN CC; BELLAMY AR; YOUNG EC
      PATTERNS OF REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS DETERMINED BY DNA-FINGERPRINTING IN A COMMUNALLY BREEDING OCEANIC BIRD

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    89. SCHNEIDER T; THALAU HP; SEMM P; WILTSCHKO W
      MELATONIN IS CRUCIAL FOR THE MIGRATORY ORIENTATION OF PIED FLYCATCHERS (FICEDULA-HYPOLEUCA PALLAS)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    90. LOSOS JB; IRSCHICK DJ
      ADAPTATION AND CONSTRAINT IN THE EVOLUTION OF SPECIALIZATION OF BAHAMIAN ANOLIS LIZARDS

      Evolution
    91. COOPER SJ; SWANSON DL
      SEASONAL ACCLIMATIZATION OF THERMOREGULATION IN THE BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE

      The Condor
    92. GRUBB TC; PRAVOSUDOV VV
      PTILOCHRONOLOGY - FOLLICLE HISTORY FAILS TO INFLUENCE GROWTH OF AN INDUCED FEATHER

      The Condor
    93. KEMPENAERS B; DHONDT AA
      WHY DO FEMALES ENGAGE IN EXTRA-PAIR COPULATIONS - A REVIEW OF HYPOTHESES AND THEIR PREDICTIONS

      Belgian journal of zoology
    94. SIUCIAK JA; DUBOCOVICH ML
      EFFECT OF PINEALECTOMY AND THE LIGHT-DARK CYCLE ON 2-[I-125]IODOMELATONIN BINDING IN THE CHICK OPTIC TECTUM

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    95. STANKOV B; FRASCHINI F
      HIGH-AFFINITY MELATONIN BINDING-SITES IN THE VERTEBRATE BRAIN

      Neuro endocrinology letters
    96. VEIGA JP
      BADGE SIZE, PHENOTYPIC QUALITY, AND REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN THE HOUSESPARROW - A STUDY ON HONEST ADVERTISEMENT

      Evolution
    97. SMITH HG; VONSCHANTZ T
      EXTRA-PAIR PATERNITY IN THE EUROPEAN STARLING - THE EFFECT OF POLYGYNY

      The Condor
    98. MITCHELL JS; ROBERTSON RJ
      TREE SWALLOWS CANNOT BE CLASSIFIED AS DETERMINATE OR INDETERMINATE LAYERS

      The Condor
    99. AUSTIN JJ; CARTER RE; PARKIN DT
      GENETIC-EVIDENCE FOR EXTRA-PAIR FERTILIZATIONS IN SOCIALLY MONOGAMOUSSHORT-TAILED SHEARWATERS, PUFFINUS-TENUIROSTRIS (PROCELLARIIFORMES, PROCELLARIIDAE), USING DNA FINGERPRINTING

      Australian journal of zoology


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