prof. dr. ir. J. (Jan) Komdeur

Prof. dr. ir.

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Research units:

  1. 2020
  2. 2019
  3. Pogany, A., Morvai, B., Krause, E. T., Kitsios, E., Boehm, T., Ruploh, T., ... Krueger, O. (2019). Short- and long-term social effects of parental sex roles in Zebra finches. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 7, [294].
  4. Song, Z., Zou, Y., Hu, C., Ye, Y., Wang, C., Qing, B., ... Ding, C. (2019). Silver spoon effects of hatching order in an asynchronous hatching bird. Behavioral Ecology, 30(2), 509-517.
  5. McClelland, S. C., Durães Ribeiro, R., Mielke, H. W., Finkelstein, M. E., Gonzales, C. R., Jones, J. A., ... Karubian, J. (2019). Sub-lethal exposure to lead is associated with heightened aggression in an urban songbird. The Science of the Total Environment, 654, 593-603.
  6. 2018
  7. 2017
  8. Feare, C. J., van der woude, J., Greenwell, P., Edwards, H. A., Taylor, J. A., Larose, C. S., ... de Groene, A. (2017). Eradication of common mynas Acridotheres tristis from Denis Island, Seychelles. Pest management science, 73(2), 295-304.
  9. 2016
  10. Morvai, B., Nanuru, S., Mul, D., Kusche, N., Milne, G., Szekely, T., ... Pogany, A. (2016). Diurnal and Reproductive Stage-Dependent Variation of Parental Behaviour in Captive Zebra Finches. PLoS ONE, 11(12), [e0167368].
  11. Hammers, M., Komdeur, J., Kingma, S. A., Hutchings, K., Fairfield, E. A., Gilroy, D. L., & Richardson, D. S. (2016). Age-specific haemosporidian infection dynamics and survival in Seychelles warblers. Scientific Reports, 6, [29720].
  12. Fairfield, E. A., Hutchings, K., Gilroy, D. L., Kingma, S. A., Burke, T., Komdeur, J., & Richardson, D. S. (2016). The impact of conservation-driven translocations on blood parasite prevalence in the Seychelles warbler. Scientific Reports, 6, [29596].
  13. Lemoine, M., Lucek, K., Perrier, C., Saladin, V., Adriaensen, F., Barba, E., ... Richner, H. (2016). Low but contrasting neutral genetic differentiation shaped by winter temperature in European great tits. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 118(3), 668-685.
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