fusanilab

Category: Research


The importance of synchronization in courtship

Male ring dove perching on a window box

The timing of vocal and visual components may influence attractiveness of multimodal signals

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Sweet sap, savory ants

Woodpeckers taste sweet, but wrynecks lost the ability to taste sugars. Photo: © Charles Thomas (Macaulay Library ML180000101)

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Flight efficiency in Northern Bald Ibises

Intermittent flight reduces the high costs of flying

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Androgen response to simulated intruder in a territorial poison frog

Hormonal response to territorial intrusions. Photo by Andrius Pašukonis

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Learned components of courtship

A focus on postural displays, choreographies and construction abilities

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Unshaded coffee plantations impose a heavy load on thermoregulation

Coping with heat in tropical agricultural landscapes

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Ghrelin modifies migratory behaviour in nature

Decision making in migration is influenced by gut hormones

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Oxytocin and singing

Differential modulation of oxytocin during group singing vs. group speaking

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Linking bird diversity and agricultural management in tropical farmlands

Bird communities and coffee farms in Costa Rica

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Physiological innovation and courtship behaviour

Specialized metabolic, respiratory and cardiovascular systems sustain the neuromuscular demands of physically demanding courtship

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