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Dietz group - Publications

2019

Nwaogu, C. J., Galema, A., Cresswell, W., Dietz, M. W., & Tieleman, B. I. (2020). A fruit diet rather than invertebrate diet maintains a robust innate immunity in an omnivorous tropical songbird. Journal of Animal Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.13152
Dietz, M. W., Salles, J. F., Hsu, B-Y., Dijkstra, C., Groothuis, T. G. G., van der Velde, M., ... Tieleman, B. I. (2020). Prenatal transfer of gut bacteria in Rock pigeon. Microorganisms, 8(1), [61]. https://doi.org/10.3390/microorganisms8010061

2017

Nwaogu, C. J., Dietz, M. W., Tieleman, B. I., & Cresswell, W. (2017). Breeding limits foraging time: Evidence of interrupted foraging response from body mass variation in a tropical environment. Journal of Avian Biology, 48(4), 563-569. https://doi.org/10.1111/jav.01132
Dietz, M., Falcao Salles, J., Both, C., Groothuis, T., & Tieleman, I. (2017). Do environmental factors influence the development of the gut microbiome in young birds?. Poster session presented at ESEB 2017, Groningen, Netherlands.

2016

Jouta, J., Dietz, M. W., Reneerkens, J., Piersma, T., Rakhimberdiev, E., Hallgrímsson, G. T., & Pen, I. (2017). Ecological forensics: Using single point stable isotope values to infer seasonal schedules of animals after two diet switches. Methods in ecology and evolution, 8(4), 492-500. https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12695

2015

Buij, R., Van Dorst, N., Salomons, H. F., Croes, B. M., Dietz, M. W., & Komdeur, J. (2015). Response to habitat modification by foraging dark-chanting goshawks Melierax metabates in a West African savanna. Bird Conservation International, 25(3), 335-352. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0959270914000112

2014

Dietz, M., Rogers, K., S. Gutierrez, J., & Piersma, T. (2015). Body mass and latitude both correlate with primary moult duration in shorebirds. Ibis, 157, 147-153. https://doi.org/10.1111/ibi.12185

2013

Dietz, M. W., Piersma, T., Dekinga, A., Korthals, H., & Klaassen, M. (2013). Unusual patterns in 15N blood values after a diet switch in red knot shorebirds. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 49(2), 283-292. https://doi.org/10.1080/10256016.2013.776045
Dietz, M. W., Rogers, K. G., & Piersma, T. (2013). When the seasons don't fit: Speedy molt as a routine carry-over cost of reproduction. PLoS ONE, 8(1), [e53890]. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0053890

2012

Gutierrez, J. S., Dietz, M. W., Masero, J. A., Gill, R. E., Dekinga, A., Battley, P. F., ... Piersma, T. (2012). Functional ecology of saltglands in shorebirds: flexible responses to variable environmental conditions. Functional Ecology, 26(1), 236-244. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2435.2011.01929.x
Dietz, M. (2012). Review: Versteegh M.A. 2012. Physiology in a life history perspective. Stonechats’ adaptations to different environments. Ardea, 100(2), 217-218.

2010

Dietz, M. W., Spaans, B., Dekinga, A., Klaassen, M., Korthals, H., van Leeuwen, C., & Piersma, T. (2010). Do Red Knots (Calidris canutus islandica) routinely skip Iceland during southward migration? Condor, 112(1), 48-55. https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2010.090139
Klaassen, M., Piersma, T., Korthals, H., Dekinga, A., & Dietz, M. W. (2010). Single-point isotope measurements in blood cells and plasma to estimate the time since diet switches. Functional Ecology, 24(4), 796-804. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2435.2010.01689.x

2009

Dietz, M. W., Jenni-Eiermann, S., & Piersma, T. (2009). The Use of Plasma Metabolites to Predict Weekly Body-Mass Change in Red Knots. Condor, 111(1), 88-99. https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2009.080112

2007

Dietz, M. W., Piersma, T., Hedenstrom, A., Brugge, M., & Hedenström, A. (2007). Intraspecific variation in avian pectoral muscle mass: constraints on maintaining manoeuvrability with increasing body mass. Functional Ecology, 21(2), 317-326. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2435.2006.01234.x
Dietz, M. W., & Piersma, T. (2007). Red knots give up flight capacity and defend food processing capacity during winter starvation. Functional Ecology, 21(5), 899-904. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2435.2007.01290.x
Piersma, T., & Dietz, M. W. (2007). Twofold seasonal variation in the supposedly constant, species-specific, ratio of upstroke to downstroke flight muscles in red knots Calidris canutus. Journal of Avian Biology, 38(5), 536-540. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.2007.0908-8857.04253.x

2005

Klaassen, M., & Dietz, M. (2005). Limits to growth: Some chicks are more equal than others. In Seeking Nature's Limits: Ecologists in the field (pp. 135-140). Utrecht: KNNV.

2003

van Gils, JA., Piersma, T., Dekinga, A., & Dietz, MW. (2003). Cost-benefit analysis of mollusc-eating in a shorebird II: Optimizing gizzard size in the face of seasonal demands. Journal of Experimental Biology, 206(19), 3369-3380. https://doi.org/10.1242/jeb.00546

2001

Battley, P. F., Dekinga, A., Dietz, M. W., Piersma, T., Tang, S., & Hulsman, K. (2001). Basal metabolic rate declines during long-distance migratory flight in great knots. Condor, 103(4), 838-845.
Battley, PF., Dietz, MW., Piersma, T., Dekinga, A., Tang, S., & Hulsman, K. (2001). Is long-distance bird flight equivalent to a high-energy fast? Body composition changes in freely migrating and captive fasting great knots. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 74(3), 435-449. https://doi.org/10.1086/320432
Starck , J. M., Dietz, M., & Piersma, T. (2001). The assessment of body composition and other parameters by ultrasound scanning. In J. R. Speakman (Ed.), Body composition analysis of animals: A handbook of non-destructive methods (pp. 188-210). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Dekinga, A., Dietz, MW., Koolhaas, A., & Piersma, T. (2001). Time course and reversibility of changes in the gizzards of red knots alternately eating hard and soft food. Journal of Experimental Biology, 204(12), 2167-2173.

2000

Lindström, Å., Kvist, A., Piersma, T., Dekinga, A., & Dietz, MW. (2000). Avian pectoral muscle size rapidly tracks body mass changes during flight, fasting and fuelling. Journal of Experimental Biology, 203(5), 913-919.
Battley, PF., Piersma, T., Dietz, MW., Tang, SX., Dekinga, A., & Hulsman, K. (2000). Empirical evidence for differential organ reductions during trans-oceanic bird flight. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 267(1439), 191-195.
Battley, P. F., Piersma, T., Dietz, M. W., Tang, S., Dekinga, A., & Hulsman, K. (2000). Erratum: Empirical evidence for differential organ reductions during trans-oceanic bird flight (Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Biological Sciences (Jan. 22, 2000) B267 (191-195)). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 267(1461).
Dietz, M., & Klaassen, M. (2000). Grenzen aan de groei: Het ene kuiken is het andere niet. In J. Tinbergen, J. Bakker, T. Piersma, & J. V. D. B. (Eds.), De onvrije natuur: Verkenningen van natuurlijke grenzen (pp. 95-100). Utrecht: KNNV.

1999

Dietz, MW., Piersma, T., & Dekinga, A. (1999). Body-building without power training: Endogenously regulated pectoral muscle hypertrophy in confined shorebirds. Journal of Experimental Biology, 202(20), 2831-2837.
Dietz, M. W., Dekinga, A., Piersma, T., & Verhulst, S. (1999). Estimating organ size in small migrating shorebirds with ultrasonography: An intercalibration exercise. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 72(1), 28-37. https://doi.org/10.1086/316648
Piersma, T., Dietz, M. W., Dekinga, A., Nebel, S., Gils, J. V., Battley, P. F., & Spaans, B. (1999). Reversible size-changes in stomachs of shorebirds: when, to what extent, and why? Acta Ornithologica, 34(2), 175-181.

1998

Dietz, MW., van Kampen, M., van Griensven, MJM., & van Mourik, S. (1998). Daily energy budgets of avian embryos: The paradox of the plateau phase in egg metabolic rate. Physiological Zoology, 71(2), 147-156. https://doi.org/10.1086/515897

1997

Dietz, M. W., & Drent, R. H. (1997). Effect of growth rate and body mass on resting metabolic rate in galliform chicks. Physiological Zoology, 70(5), 493-501. https://doi.org/10.1086/515858
Dietz, MW., Ricklefs, RE., & Ricklefs, R. E. (1997). Growth rate and maturation of skeletal muscles over a size range of galliform birds. Physiological Zoology, 70(5), 502-510. https://doi.org/10.1086/515859
Dietz, M. W., Mourik, S. V., Tøien, Ø., Koolmees, P. A., & Tersteeg-Zijderveld, M. H. G. (1997). Participation of breast and leg muscles in shivering thermogenesis in young turkeys and guinea fowl. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, 167, 451-460. https://doi.org/10.1007/s003600050096
Dietz, M., Dekinga, A., & Piersma, T. (1997). Ultrasonic measurement of organ size in small birds to study physiological correlates: Basal metabolic rate and thermogenic capacity. In B. D. Johannsen, & R. Nielsen (Eds.), Thermal physiology 1997: Proceedings from the 1997 Symposium on Thermal Physiology (pp. 405-408). Copenhagen: The August Krogh Institute.

1994

Tinbergen, J. M., & Dietz, M. W. (1994). Parental energy expenditure during brood rearing in the Great Tit (Parus major) in relation to body mass, temperature, food availability and clutch size. Functional Ecology, 8(5), 563-572. https://doi.org/10.2307/2389916
Dietz, M. W., & van Kampen, M. (1994). The development of thermoregulation in turkey and guinea fowl hatchlings: Similarities and differences. Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 164(1), 69-75. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00714573

1992

DIETZ, MW., DAAN, S., & MASMAN, D. (1992). Energy Requirements for Molt in the Kestrel Falco tinnunculus. Physiological Zoology, 65(6), 1217-1235. https://doi.org/10.1086/physzool.65.6.30158276

1988

Meijer, J. H., van der Zee, E. A., & Dietz, M. (1988). Glutamate phase shifts circadian activity rhythms in hamsters. Neuroscience Letters, 86(2), 177-183. https://doi.org/10.1016/0304-3940(88)90567-8
Meijer, J. H., Zee, van der, E., & Dietz, M. (1988). The effects of intraventricular carbachol injections on the free-running activity rhythm of the hamster. Journal of Biological Rhythms, 3(4), 333-348. https://doi.org/10.1177/074873048800300403
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