Journal of Avian Biology, 0908-8857

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  1. Can intraspecific brood parasitism be detected using egg morphology only?

    Emma Ådahl, J Lindstrom, G D Ruxton, K E Arnold & T Begg, 2004, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 35, 4, s. 360-364

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  2. MHC-I provides both quantitative resistance and susceptibility to blood parasites in blue tits in the wild

    J. Rivero De Aguilar, H. Westerdahl, J. Martínez De La Puente, G. Tomás, J. Martínez & S. Merino, 2016 sep, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 47, 5, s. 669-677

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  3. Nocturnal migratory flight initiation in reed warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus: effect of wind on orientation and timing of migration

    Susanne Åkesson, G Walinder, L Karlsson & S Ehnbom, 2002, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 33, 4, s. 349-357

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  4. Activity and migratory flights of individual free-flying songbirds throughout the annual cycle: Method and first case study

    Johan Bäckman, Arne Andersson, Thomas Alerstam, Lykke Pedersen, Sissel Sjöberg, Kasper Thorup & Anders P. Tøttrup, 2017 feb, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 48, 2, s. 309-319

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  5. The cost of polygyny - definitions and applications

    Staffan Bensch, 1997, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 28, 4, s. 345-352

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  6. Gene-flow across the European crow hybrid zone - a spatial simulation

    Anders Brodin, Fredrik Haas & Bengt Hansson, 2013, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 44, 3, s. 281-287

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  7. Variation in the mechanical properties of flight feathers of the blackcap Sylvia atricapilla in relation to migration

    Ivan de la Hera, Anders Hedenström, Javier Perez-Tris & Jose Luis Telleria, 2010, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 41, 3, s. 342-347

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  8. Pollution related effects on immune function and stress in a free-living population of pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca

    T Eeva, Dennis Hasselquist, Åsa Langefors, L Tummeleht, M Nikinmaa & P Ilmonen, 2005, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 36, 5, s. 405-412

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  9. Effects of back‐mounted biologgers on condition, diving and flight performance in a breeding seabird

    Tom J. Evans, Rebecca C. Young, Hannah Watson, Olof Olsson & Susanne Åkesson, 2020 nov 1, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 51, 11, e02509.

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  10. Beak morphology predicts apparent survival of crossbills: due to selective survival or selective dispersal?

    David Gómez‐blanco, Simone Santoro, Antoni Borrás, Josep Cabrera, Juan Carlos Senar & Pim Edelaar, 2019 dec, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 50, 12, 10 s., e02107.

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  11. Do Arctic waders use adaptive wind drift?

    Martin Green, Thomas Alerstam, G A Gudmundsson, Anders Hedenström & T Piersma, 2004, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 35, 4, s. 305-315

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  12. Territory quality affects the relative importance of habitat heterogeneity and interference competition in a long-lived territorial songbird

    T. Grünkorn, A. Potiek, V. Looft, R. M. Jonker, Nayden Chakarov & O. Krüger, 2014, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 45, 1, s. 15-21

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  13. Habitat preferences and positive assortative mating in an avian hybrid zone

    Fredrik Haas, Jonas Knape & Anders Brodin, 2010, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 41, 3, s. 237-247

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  14. Satellite tracking of Swedish Ospreys Pandion haliaetus: Autumn migration routes and orientation

    M Hake, Nils Kjellén & Thomas Alerstam, 2001, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 32, 1, s. 47-56

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  15. Daily energy expenditure of singing great reed warblers Acrocephalus arundinaceus

    Dennis Hasselquist & Staffan Bensch, 2008, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 39, 4, s. 384-388

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  16. Flying with holey wings

    Anders Hedenström, 2003, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 34, 4, s. 324-327

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  17. Body frontal area in passerine birds

    Anders Hedenström & Mikael Rosén, 2003, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 34, 2, s. 159-162

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  18. Wind tunnel as a tool in bird migration research

    Anders Hedenström & Åke Lindström, 2017 feb 10, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 48, 1, s. 37-48 12 s.

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  19. Thomas Alerstam – migration ecologist extraordinaire

    Anders Hedenström & Åke Lindström, 2017 jan 1, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 48, 1, s. 1-5 5 s.

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  20. Flight activity in pallid swifts Apus pallidus during the non-breeding period

    Anders Hedenström, Gabriel Norevik, Giovanni Boano, Arne Andersson, Johan Bäckman & Susanne Åkesson, 2019, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 50, 2, e01972.

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  21. Point of no return – absence of returning birds in the otherwise philopatric willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus

    Johanna Hedlund, Frida Sjösten, Kristaps Sokolovskis & Sven jakobsson, 2016 jul 21, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 48, 3, s. 399-406

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  22. Long-term phenological shifts and intra-specific differences in migratory change in the willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus.

    Johanna Hedlund, Sven Jakobsson, Cecilia Kullberg & Thord Fransson, 2015, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 46, 1, s. 97–106

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  23. Allelic variation at innate immune genes (avian beta-defensins), within a natural population of great tits

    Olof Hellgren, 2015, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 46, 1, s. 113-118

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  24. How swift are swifts Apus apus?

    Per Henningsson, Christoffer Johansson & Anders Hedenström, 2010, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 41, 1, s. 94-98

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  25. Do adult and juvenile dunlins Calidris alpina form randomly mixed flocks during fall migration?

    Sara Henningsson & Håkan Karlsson, 2009, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 40, 6, s. 646-649

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  26. The effects of spatial and temporal ecological variation on fatty acid compositions of wild great tits Parus major

    Caroline Isaksson, Mark A. Hanson & Graham C. Burdge, 2015, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 46, 3, s. 245-253

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  27. Carotenoid diet and nestling provisioning in urban and rural great tits, Parus major.

    Caroline Isaksson & Staffan Andersson, 2007, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 38, s. 564-572

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  28. Intra-African movements of the African cuckoo Cuculus gularis as revealed by satellite telemetry

    Soladoye B. Iwajomo, Mikkel Willemoes, Ulf Ottosson, Roine Strandberg & Kasper Thorup, 2018 jan 1, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 49, 1, 5 s., 2018: e01616.

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  29. Brown tawny owls moult more flight feathers than grey ones

    Patrik Karell, Jon E. Brommer, Kari Ahola & Teuvo Karstinen, 2013, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 44, 3, s. 235-244

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  30. House sparrow Passer domesticus survival is not associated with MHC-I diversity, but possibly with specific MHC-I alleles

    Maria Karlsson, Julia Schroeder, Shinichi Nakagawa, Henrik Smith, Terry Burke & Helena Westerdahl, 2015, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 46, 2, s. 167-174

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  31. Loop migration in adult marsh harriers Circus aeruginosus, as revealed by satellite telemetry

    Raymond Klaassen, Roine Strandberg, Mikael Hake, Patrik Olofsson, Anders P. Tottrup & Thomas Alerstam, 2010, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 41, 2, s. 200-207

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  32. Increasing prevalence of avian poxvirus in Darwin's finches and its effect on male pairing success

    Sonia Kleindorfer & Rachael Dudaniec, 2006, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 37, 1, s. 69-76

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  33. Cross-continental migratory connectivity and spatiotemporal migratory patterns in the great reed warbler

    Jaroslav Koleček, Petr Procházka, Naglaa El-Arabany, Maja Tarka, Mihaela Ilieva, Steffen Hahn, Marcel Honza, Javier de la Puente, Ana Bermejo, Arzu Gürsoy, Staffan Bensch, Pavel Zehtindjiev, Dennis Hasselquist & Bengt Hansson, 2016 dec, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 47, 6, s. 756-767

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  34. Energy expenditure in relation to flight speed: what is the power of mass loss rate estimates?

    Anders Kvist, Marcel Klaassen & Åke Lindström, 1998, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 29, 4, s. 485-498

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  35. Descriptive and experimental evidence for timing-mediated polygyny risk in a pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca population

    Koosje P. Lamers, Marion Nicolaus, Eldar Rakhimberdiev, Jan Åke Nilsson & Christiaan Both, 2020 feb, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 51, 2, e02190.

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  36. Extra-pair fertilizations in the Sedge Warbler

    Åsa Langefors, Dennis Hasselquist & Torbjörn von Schantz, 1998, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 29, 2, s. 134-144

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  37. Inferring the ecology of willow warblers during their winter moult by sequential stable isotope analyses of remiges

    Keith Larson, Miriam Liedvogel, Staffan Bensch, Susanne Åkesson, Leonard I. Wassenaar & Keith A. Hobson, 2013, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 44, 6, s. 561-566

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  38. Common montane birds are declining in northern Europe

    Aleksi Lehikoinen, Martin Green, Magne Husby, John Atle Kalas & Åke Lindström, 2014, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 45, 1, s. 3-14

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  39. Low variability and absence of phenotypic correlates of Clock gene variation in a great tit Parus major population

    Miriam Liedvogel & Ben C. Sheldon, 2010, I: Journal of Avian Biology. 41, 5, s. 543-550

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