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    1. Poganiatz, I; Nelken, I; Wagner, H
      Sound-localization experiments with barn owls in virtual space: Influence of interaural time difference on head-turning behavior

      JARO
    2. Koppl, C
      Tonotopic projections of the auditory nerve to the cochlear nucleus angularis in the barn owl

      JARO
    3. Kinsella, JM; Foster, GW; Forrester, DJ
      Parasitic helminths of five species of owls from Florida, USA

      COMPARATIVE PARASITOLOGY
    4. McAlpine, D; Jiang, D; Palmer, AR
      A neural code for low-frequency sound localization in mammals

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Roulin, A; Riols, C; Dijkstra, C; Ducrest, AL
      Female plumage spottiness signals parasite resistance in the barn owl (Tyto alba)

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    6. Roulin, A; Dijkstra, C; Riols, C; Ducrest, AL
      Female- and male-specific signals of quality in the barn owl

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    7. Bose, M; Guidali, F
      Seasonal and geographic differences in the diet of the Barn Owl in an agro-ecosystem in northern Italy

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    8. Poganiatz, I; Wagner, H
      Sound-localization experiments with barn owls in virtual space: influence of broadband interaural level difference on head-turning behavior

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Roulin, A
      Food supply differentially affects sibling negotiation and competition in the barn owl (Tyto alba)

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    10. McCafferty, DJ; Moncrieff, JB; Taylor, IR
      How much energy do barn owls (Tyto alba) save by roosting?

      JOURNAL OF THERMAL BIOLOGY
    11. Jacobson, G; Poganiatz, I; Nelken, I
      Synthesizing spatially complex sound in virtual space: an accurate offlinealgorithm

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    12. Debrot, AO; de Freitas, JA; Brouwer, A; Kooy, MV
      The Curacao Barn Owl: Status and diet, 1987-1989

      CARIBBEAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    13. Ward, JM; Houston, DC; Ruxton, GD; McCafferty, DJ; Cook, P
      Thermal resistance of chicken (Gallus domesticus) plumage: a comparison between broiler and free-range birds

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    14. Fajardo, I
      Monitoring non-natural mortality in the barn owl (Tyto alba), as an indicator of land use and social awareness in Spain

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    15. Lyman, RL; Power, E; Lyman, RJ
      Ontogeny of deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) and montane voles (Microtusmontanus) as owl prey

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    16. Roulin, A; Kolliker, M; Richner, H
      Barn owl (Tyto alba) siblings vocally negotiate resources

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    17. Pillado, MS; Trejo, A
      Diet of the Barn Owl (Tyto alba tuidara) in northwestern Argentine Patagonia

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    18. Bellocq, MI
      A review of the trophic ecology of the Barn Owl in Argentina

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    19. Pardinas, UFJ; Moreira, GJ; Garcia-Esponda, CM; De Santis, LJM
      Environmental deterioration and micromammals during the Holocene in northeastern Patagonian steppe (Argentina)

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    20. Koppl, C; Wegscheider, A; Gleich, O; Manley, GA
      A quantitative study of cochlear afferent axons in birds

      HEARING RESEARCH
    21. Bala, ADS; Takahashi, TT
      Pupillary dilation response as an indicator of auditory discrimination in the barn owl

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Love, R; Webbon, C; Glue, DE; Harris, S
      Changes in the food of British Barn Owls (Tyto alba) between 1974 and 1997

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    23. Gold, JI; Knudsen, EI
      A site of auditory experience-dependent plasticity in the neural representation of auditory space in the barn owl's inferior colliculus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Gold, JI; Knudsen, EI
      Abnormal auditory experience induces frequency-specific adjustments in unit tuning for binaural localization cues in the optic tectum of juvenile owls

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Fajardo, I; Babiloni, G; Miranda, Y
      Rehabilitated and wild barn owls (Tyto alba): dispersal, life expectancy and mortality in Spain

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    26. Borst, A; Theunissen, FE
      Information theory and neural coding

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Roulin, A
      Nonrandom pairing by male barn owls (Tyto alba) with respect to a female plumage trait

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    28. Marti, CD
      Natal and breeding dispersal in Barn Owls

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    29. Alivizatos, H; Goutner, V
      Winter diet of the Barn Owl (Tyto alba) and Long-eared Owl (Asio otus) in northeastern Greece: A comparison

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    30. Roulin, A
      Natural and experimental nest-switching in Barn Owl Tyto alba fledglings

      ARDEA
    31. Roulin, A; Ducrest, AL; Dijkstra, C
      Effect of brood size manipulations on parents and offspring in the barn owl Tyto alba

      ARDEA
    32. Koppl, C; Yates, G
      Coding of sound pressure level in the barn owl's auditory nerve

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    33. Cohen, YE; Knudsen, EI
      Maps versus clusters: different representations of auditory space in the midbrain and forebrain

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    34. Guidoni, R; Capizzi, D; Caroli, L; Luiselli, L
      Feeding habits of sympatric owls in an agricultural and forested landscapeof central Italy

      FOLIA ZOOLOGICA
    35. Santolo, GM; Yamamoto, JT
      Selenium in blood of predatory birds from Kesterson Reservoir and other areas in California

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    36. Frank, RA; Lutz, RS
      Productivity and survival of Great Horned Owls exposed to dieldrin

      CONDOR
    37. Frasca, S; Schwartz, DR; Moiseff, A; French, RA
      Feather folliculoma in a captive-bred barn owl (Tyto alba)

      AVIAN DISEASES
    38. DURANT JM; HANDRICH Y
      GROWTH AND FOOD REQUIREMENT FLEXIBILITY IN CAPTIVE CHICKS OF THE EUROPEAN BARN OWL (TYTO-ALBA)

      Journal of zoology
    39. WU CC; KARTEN HJ
      THE THALAMO-HYPERSTRIATAL SYSTEM IS ESTABLISHED BY THE TIME OF HATCHING IN CHICKS (GALLUS-GALLUS) - A CHOLERA-TOXIN-B SUBUNIT STUDY

      Visual neuroscience
    40. WAGNER H; LUKSCH H
      EFFECT OF ECOLOGICAL PRESSURES ON BRAINS - EXAMPLES FROM AVIAN NEUROETHOLOGY AND GENERAL MEANINGS

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    41. MASSEMIN S; ZORN T
      HIGHWAY MORTALITY OF BARN OWLS IN NORTHEASTERN FRANCE

      The Journal of raptor research
    42. TASCHENBERGER G; MANLEY GA
      GENERAL-CHARACTERISTICS AND SUPPRESSION TUNING PROPERTIES OF THE DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION 2F(1)-F(2) IN THE BARN OWL

      Hearing research
    43. FISCHER FP
      HAIR CELL MORPHOLOGY AND INNERVATION IN THE BASILAR PAPILLA OF THE EMU (DROMAIUS-NOVAEHOLLANDIAE)

      Hearing research
    44. KELLER CH; HARTUNG K; TAKAHASHI TT
      HEAD-RELATED TRANSFER-FUNCTIONS OF THE BARN OWL - MEASUREMENT AND NEURAL RESPONSES

      Hearing research
    45. Koppl, C; Gleich, O; Schwabedissen, G; Siegl, E; Manley, GA
      Fine structure of the basilar papilla of the emu: implications for the evolution of avian hair-cell types

      HEARING RESEARCH
    46. DYSON ML; KLUMP GM; GAUGER B
      ABSOLUTE HEARING THRESHOLDS AND CRITICAL MASKING RATIOS IN THE EUROPEAN BARN OWL - A COMPARISON WITH OTHER OWLS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    47. OTT M; SCHAEFFEL F; KIRMSE W
      BINOCULAR VISION AND ACCOMMODATION IN PREY-CATCHING CHAMELEONS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    48. MCCAFFERTY DJ; MONCRIEFF JB; TAYLOR IR; BODDIE GF
      THE USE OF IR THERMOGRAPHY TO MEASURE THE RADIATIVE TEMPERATURE AND HEAT-LOSS OF A BARN OWL (TYTO ALBA)

      Journal of thermal biology
    49. SAAVEDRA B; SIMONETTI JA
      SMALL MAMMAL TAPHONOMY - INTRASPECIFIC BONE ASSEMBLAGE COMPARISON BETWEEN SOUTH AND NORTH-AMERICAN BARN OWL, TYTO-ALBA, POPULATIONS

      Journal of archaeological science
    50. BRAINARD MS; KNUDSEN EI
      SENSITIVE PERIODS FOR VISUAL CALIBRATION OF THE AUDITORY SPACE MAP INTHE BARN OWL OPTIC TECTUM

      The Journal of neuroscience
    51. COHEN YE; KNUDSEN EI
      REPRESENTATION OF BINAURAL SPATIAL CUES IN-FIELD-L OF THE BARN OWL FOREBRAIN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    52. ROULIN A; RICHNER H; DUCREST AL
      GENETIC, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND CONDITION-DEPENDENT EFFECTS ON FEMALE ANDMALE ORNAMENTATION IN THE BARN OWL TYTO-ALBA

      Evolution
    53. LEWALD J; DORRSCHEIDT GJ
      SPATIAL-TUNING PROPERTIES OF AUDITORY NEURONS IN THE OPTIC TECTUM OF THE PIGEON

      Brain research
    54. BELLOCQ MI
      PREY SELECTION BY BREEDING AND NONBREEDING BARN OWLS IN ARGENTINA

      The Auk
    55. GOTTA A; PIGOZZI G
      TROPHIC NICHE OF THE BARN OWL AND LITTLE OWL IN A RICE FIELD HABITAT IN NORTHERN ITALY

      Italian journal of zoology
    56. SCHAEFFEL F
      NEURAL CONTROL OF EYE GROWTH IN BIRDS

      Zoology
    57. TRAVAINI A; DONAZAR JA; CEBALLOS O; RODRIGUEZ A; HIRALDO F; DELIBES M
      FOOD-HABITS OF COMMON BARN-OWLS ALONG AN ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT IN ANDEAN ARGENTINE PATAGONIA

      The Journal of raptor research
    58. MORI K
      ACROSS-FREQUENCY NONLINEAR INHIBITION BY GABA IN PROCESSING OF INTERAURAL TIME DIFFERENCE

      Hearing research
    59. TASCHENBERGER G; MANLEY GA
      SPONTANEOUS OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN THE BARN OWL

      Hearing research
    60. MCCAFFERTY DJ; MONCRIEFF JB; TAYLOR IR
      THE EFFECT OF WIND-SPEED AND WETTING ON THERMAL-RESISTANCE OF THE BARN OWL (TYTO-ALBA) - I - TOTAL HEAT-LOSS, BOUNDARY-LAYER AND TOTAL RESISTANCE

      Journal of thermal biology
    61. MCCAFFERTY DJ; MONCRIEFF JB; TAYLOR IR
      THE EFFECT OF WIND-SPEED AND WETTING ON THERMAL-RESISTANCE OF THE BARN OWL (TYTO-ALBA) - II - COAT RESISTANCE

      Journal of thermal biology
    62. FELDMAN DE; KNUDSEN EI
      AN ANATOMICAL BASIS FOR VISUAL CALIBRATION OF THE AUDITORY SPACE MAP IN THE BARN OWLS MIDBRAIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. PROCTOR L; KONISHI M
      REPRESENTATION OF SOUND LOCALIZATION CUES IN THE AUDITORY THALAMUS OFTHE BARN OWL

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    64. MASSEMIN S; HANDRICH Y
      HIGHER WINTER MORTALITY OF THE BARN OWL COMPARED TO THE LONG-EARED OWL AND THE TAWNY OWL - INFLUENCE OF LIPID RESERVES AND INSULATION

      The Condor
    65. YORAM YT; WOOL D
      DO THE CONTENTS OF BARN OWL PELLETS ACCURATELY REPRESENT THE PROPORTION OF PREY SPECIES IN THE FIELD

      The Condor
    66. MASSEMIN S; GROSCOLAS R; HANDRICH Y
      BODY-COMPOSITION OF THE EUROPEAN BARN OWL DURING THE NONBREEDING PERIOD

      The Condor
    67. GLASSER A; PARDUE MT; ANDISON ME; SIVAK JG
      LL BEHAVIORAL-STUDY OF REFRACTION, CORNEAL CURVATURE, AND ACCOMMODATION IN RAPTOR EYES

      Canadian journal of zoology
    68. MARTI CD
      LIFETIME REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN BARN OWLS NEAR THE LIMIT OF THE SPECIES RANGE

      The Auk
    69. GUIDALI F; PIGOZZI G
      DIFFERENCES IN THE DIMENSIONS OF DIURNAL AND NOCTURNAL PELLETS OF THEBARN-OWL, TYTO-ALBA

      Italian journal of zoology
    70. TABERLET P; FUMAGALLI L
      OWL PELLETS AS A SOURCE OF DNA FOR GENETIC-STUDIES OF SMALL MAMMALS

      Molecular ecology
    71. ANDERSEN DE
      INTRA-YEAR REUSE OF GREAT HORNED OWL NEST SITES BY BARN OWLS IN EAST-CENTRAL COLORADO

      The Journal of raptor research
    72. MANLEY GA; MEYER B; FISCHER FP; SCHWABEDISSEN G; GLEICH O
      SURFACE-MORPHOLOGY OF BASILAR PAPILLA OF THE TUFTED DUCK AYTHYA-FULIGULA, AND DOMESTIC CHICKEN GALLUS-GALLUS-DOMESTICUS

      Journal of morphology
    73. KELLER CH; TAKAHASHI TT
      RESPONSES TO SIMULATED ECHOES BY NEURONS IN THE BARN OWLS AUDITORY SPACE MAP

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    74. WORK TM; HALE J
      CAUSES OF OWL MORTALITY IN HAWAII, 1992 TO 1994

      Journal of wildlife diseases
    75. CARR CE; BOUDREAU RE
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE TIME CODING PATHWAYS IN THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM OFTHE BARN OWL

      Journal of comparative neurology
    76. LOOMAN SJ; SHIRLEY DL; WHITE CM
      PRODUCTIVITY, FOOD-HABITS, AND ASSOCIATED VARIABLES OF BARN OWLS UTILIZING NEST BOXES IN NORTH CENTRAL UTAH

      The Great Basin naturalist
    77. CASTRO SA; JAKSIC FM
      GREAT HORNED AND BARN OWLS PREY DIFFERENTIALLY ACCORDING TO THE AGE SIZE OF A RODENT IN NORTHCENTRAL CHILE

      The Journal of raptor research
    78. PEZZO F; MORIMANDO F
      FOOD-HABITS OF THE BARN OWL, TYTO-ALBA, IN A MEDITERRANEAN RURAL AREA- COMPARISON WITH THE DIET OF 2 SYMPATRIC CARNIVORES

      Bollettino di zoologia
    79. CSERMELY D; SPONZA S
      ROLE OF EXPERIENCE AND MATURATION IN BARN OWL PREDATORY BEHAVIOR

      Bollettino di zoologia
    80. KNUDSEN EI; COHEN YE; MASINO T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A FOREBRAIN GAZE FIELD IN THE ARCHISTRIATUM OF THE BARN OWL - MICROSTIMULATION AND ANATOMICAL CONNECTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    81. LIN YK; BATZLI GO
      PREDATION ON VOLES - AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH

      Journal of mammalogy
    82. SHIMIZU T; COX K; KARTEN HJ
      INTRATELENCEPHALIC PROJECTIONS OF THE VISUAL WULST IN PIGEONS (COLUMBA-LIVIA)

      Journal of comparative neurology
    83. WILD JM
      CONVERGENCE OF SOMATOSENSORY AND AUDITORY PROJECTIONS IN THE AVIAN TORUS SEMICIRCULARIS, INCLUDING THE CENTRAL AUDITORY NUCLEUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    84. KAY BJ; TWIGG LE; KORN TJ; NICOL HI
      THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL PERCHES TO INCREASE PREDATION ON HOUSE MICE (MUS-DOMESTICUS) BY RAPTORS

      Wildlife research
    85. PETTY SJ; SHAW G; ANDERSON DIK
      VALUE OF NEST BOXES FOR POPULATION STUDIES AND CONSERVATION OF OWLS IN CONIFEROUS FORESTS IN BRITAIN

      The Journal of raptor research
    86. JOHNSON PN
      SELECTION AND USE OF NEST SITES BY BARN OWLS IN NORFOLK, ENGLAND

      The Journal of raptor research
    87. FISCHER FP
      GENERAL PATTERN AND MORPHOLOGICAL SPECIALIZATIONS OF THE AVIAN COCHLEA

      Scanning microscopy
    88. FISCHER FP
      QUANTITATIVE TEM ANALYSIS OF THE BARN OWL BASILAR PAPILLA

      Hearing research
    89. GLEICH O; MANLEY GA; MANDL A; DOOLING RJ
      BASILAR PAPILLA OF THE CANARY AND ZEBRA FINCH - A QUANTITATIVE SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION

      Journal of morphology
    90. WAGNER H; FROST B
      BINOCULAR RESPONSES OF NEURONS IN THE BARN OWLS VISUAL WULST

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    91. TAKAHASHI TT; KELLER CH
      REPRESENTATION OF MULTIPLE SOUND SOURCES IN THE OWLS AUDITORY SPACE MAP

      The Journal of neuroscience
    92. ELLIOTT JE; MARTIN PA
      CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS AND SHELL THINNING IN EGGS OF (ACCIPITER) HAWKS IN ONTARIO, 1986-1989

      Environmental pollution
    93. JURISEVIC MA; SANDERSON KJ
      ALARM VOCALIZATIONS IN AUSTRALIAN BIRDS - CONVERGENT CHARACTERISTICS AND PHYLOGENETIC DIFFERENCES

      Emu
    94. MOGDANS J; KNUDSEN EI
      SITE OF AUDITORY PLASTICITY IN THE BRAIN-STEM (VLVP) OF THE OWL REVEALED BY EARLY MONAURAL OCCLUSION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    95. KNUDSEN EI; ESTERLY SD; OLSEN JF
      ADAPTIVE PLASTICITY OF THE AUDITORY SPACE MAP IN THE OPTIC TECTUM OF ADULT AND BABY BARN OWLS IN RESPONSE TO EXTERNAL EAR MODIFICATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    96. MARTI CD
      BARN OWL REPRODUCTION - PATTERNS AND VARIATION NEAR THE LIMIT OF THE SPECIES DISTRIBUTION

      The Condor
    97. WYLIE DR; SHAVER SW; FROST BJ
      THE VISUAL RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF NEURONS IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE BASALOPTIC ROOT OF THE NORTHERN SAW-WHET OWL (AEGOLIUS-ACADICUS)

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    98. ADOLPHS R
      BILATERAL INHIBITION GENERATES NEURONAL RESPONSES TUNED TO INTERAURALLEVEL DIFFERENCES IN THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM OF THE BARN OWL

      The Journal of neuroscience
    99. KNUDSEN EI; KNUDSEN PF; MASINO T
      PARALLEL PATHWAYS MEDIATING BOTH SOUND LOCALIZATION AND GAZE CONTROL IN THE FOREBRAIN AND MIDBRAIN OF THE BARN OWL

      The Journal of neuroscience
    100. BRAINARD MS; KNUDSEN EI
      EXPERIENCE-DEPENDENT PLASTICITY IN THE INFERIOR COLLICULUS - A SITE FOR VISUAL CALIBRATION OF THE NEURAL REPRESENTATION OF AUDITORY SPACE IN THE BARN OWL

      The Journal of neuroscience


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