Nico M. Adreani
Nico M. Adreani
Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence (in foundation)
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A minimum‐impact, flexible tool to study vocal communication of small animals with precise individual‐level resolution
LF Gill, PB D'Amelio, NM Adreani, H Sagunsky, MC Gahr, A Ter Maat
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), 1349-1358, 2016
Individual recognition of opposite sex vocalizations in the zebra finch
PB D’Amelio, M Klumb, MN Adreani, ML Gahr, A Ter Maat
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
Not one hormone or another: aggression differentially affects progesterone and testosterone in a South American ovenbird
NM Adreani, W Goymann, L Mentesana
Hormones and Behavior 105, 104-109, 2018
Acute aggressive behavior perturbates the oxidative status of a wild bird independently of testosterone and progesterone
L Mentesana, NM Adreani
Hormones and Behavior 128, 104913, 2021
Life-stage dependent plasticity in the auditory system of a songbird is signal and emitter-specific
NM Adreani, PB D’Amelio, M Gahr, A Ter Maat
Frontiers in neuroscience 14, 588672, 2020
Defending as a unit: sex-and context-specific territorial defence in a duetting bird
L Mentesana, M Moiron, E Guedes, E Cavalli, B Tassino, NM Adreani
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74 (9), 1-11, 2020
Female in-nest attendance predicts the number of ectoparasites in Darwin's finch species
S Kleindorfer, LK Common, JA O'Connor, J Garcia-Loor, AC Katsis, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1965), 20211668, 2021
From emitters to receivers: call-based communication in groups of zebra finches
MN Adreani
Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, 2019
Prenatal auditory learning in avian vocal learners and non-learners
D Colombelli-Négrel, ME Hauber, C Evans, AC Katsis, L Brouwer, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1836), 20200247, 2021
Austral birds offer insightful complementary models in ecology and evolution
J Theuerkauf, CP Villavicencio, NM Adreani, A Attisano, A Craig, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2022
Asymmetric architecture is non-random and repeatable in a bird’s nests
NM Adreani, M Valcu, L Mentesana
Current Biology 32 (9), R412-R413, 2022
Vocal recognition of distance calls in a group-living basal bird: the greylag goose, Anser anser
M Guggenberger, NM Adreani, K Foerster, S Kleindorfer
Animal Behaviour 186, 107-119, 2022
NM Adreani, L Mentesana
II Congreso Argentino de Ciencia Abierta y Ciudadana (CIACIAR)(Universidad …, 2018
Functional traits and foraging behaviour: avian vampire fly larvae change the beak and fitness of their Darwin’s finch hosts
S Kleindorfer, D Colombelli‐Négrel, LK Common, JA O’Connor, KJ Peters, ...
Functional Ecology, 0
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