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B. (Barbara) Helm

Associate Professor for Biological Rhythms of Natural Organisms
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Short‐time exposure to light at night affects incubation patterns and correlates with subsequent body weight in great tits (Parus major)

Integrated molecular and behavioural data reveal deep circadian disruption in response to artificial light at night in male Great tits (Parus major)

Temporal flexibility and consistency of daily rhythms within and between individuals in wild Great Tits Parus major

Using skin temperature and activity profiles to assign chronotype in birds

Variation in behavioural and physiological chronotypes and their fitness consequences in great tits

Bird migration: Clock and compass facilitate hemisphere switching

Continent-wide genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe

Drivers of Infectious Disease Seasonality: Potential Implications for COVID-19

Moult of overwintering Wood Warblers Phylloscopus sibilatrix in an annual-cycle perspective

Bitter fruits of hard labour: Diet metabarcoding and telemetry reveal that urban songbirds travel further for lower-quality food

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Leden Vogelwacht Uffelte ondersteunen RUG met slim koolmeesnestkastje

1,5 miljoen euro subsidie voor donkerte in het Waddengebied

Tödliche Gefahr für Vögel am Potsdamer Himmel

Klimaatverandering lijkt van invloed op interne klok bonte vliegenvanger

How to become a morning person: Can you change your night owl tendencies?

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