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[53]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2910700
Krause ET, Krüger O, Schielzeth H. Long-term effects of early nutrition and environmental matching on developmental and personality traits in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour. 2017;128:103-115.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[52]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2910699
Krause ET, Kjaer JB, Lüders C, van LP. A polymorphism in the 5’-flanking region of the serotonin transporter (5-HTT) gene affects fear-related behaviours of adult domestic chickens. Behavioural Brain Research. 2017;330:92-96.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[51]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2914440
Krause ET, Krüger O, Pogány Á. Zebra finch nestlings, rather than parents, suffer from raising broods under low nutritional conditions. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2017;71(10): UNSP 152.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[50]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2914441
Caspers B, Hagelin JC, Paul M, Bock S, Willeke S, Krause ET. Zebra Finch chicks recognise parental scent, and retain chemosensory knowledge of their genetic mother, even after egg cross-fostering. Scientific Reports. 2017;7: 12859.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[49]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2915418
Krause ET, Krüger O, Hoffman J. The influence of inherited plumage colour morph on morphometric traits and breeding investment in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). PLOS One. 2017;12(11):e0188582.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[48]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2913576
Krause ET, Villaverde-Morcillo S, Schmelz M. Spontanes Lösen von Problemen: Vergleichende Untersuchungen an Papageien am FIEB in Madrid. Gefiederte Welt. 2017;141(9):20-22.
PUB
 
[47]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2913461
Honarmand M, Krause ET, Naguib M. Implications of nutritional stress as nestling or fledgling on subsequent attractiveness and fecundity in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). PeerJ. 2017;5: e3628.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[46]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2907540
Krause ET. Colour cues that are not directly attached to the body of males do not influence the mate choice of Zebra Finches. PLoS One. 2016;11: e0167674.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS
 
[45]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2902867
Krause ET, Schrader L. Intra-specific variation in nest site preferences of zebra finches: do height and cover matter? Emu. 2016;116(4):333-339.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[44]
2016 | Book Chapter | PUB-ID: 2900076
Kohlwey S, Krause ET, Baier M, Müller C, Caspers B. Chemical analyses reveal family-specific nest odor profiles in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): A pilot study. In: Schulte BA, Goodwin TE, Ferkin MH, eds. Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 13. Springer Science + Business Media; 2016: 167-175.
PUB | DOI
 
[43]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2907539
Griffith SC, Crino OL, Andrew SC, et al. Variation in Reproductive Success Across Captive Populations: Methodological Differences, Potential Biases and Opportunities. Ethology. 2016;123(1):1-29.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[42]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2903974
Krause ET, Ruploh T. Captive domesticated zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) have increased plasma corticosterone concentrations in the absence of bathing water. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 2016;182:80-85.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[41]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2904900
Krause ET, Schrader L, Caspers B. Olfaction in chicken (Gallus gallus): A neglected mode of social communication? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2016;4:94.
PUB | DOI
 
[40]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2903596
Golüke S, Dörrenberg S, Krause ET, Caspers B. Female Zebra Finches smell their eggs. PLOS ONE. 2016;11(5): e0155513.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[39]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2901427
Trillmich F, Spiller I, Naguib M, Krause ET. Patient parents: Do offspring decide on the timing of fledging in zebra finches? Ethology. 2016;122(5):411-418.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS
 
[38]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2900417
Krause ET, Caspers B. Long-term consequences of early nutritional conditions on the behaviour and growth of fire salamanders. Amphibia-Reptilia. 2016;37(1):69-77.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[37]
2016 | Book Chapter | PUB-ID: 2900077
Krause ET, Kabbert J, Caspers B. Exploring the Use of Olfactory Cues in a Nonsocial Context in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata). In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates. Vol 13. Springer Science + Business Media; 2016: 177-187.
PUB | DOI
 
[36]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2709428
Caspers B, Steinfartz S, Krause ET. Larval deposition behaviour and maternal investment of females reflect differential habitat adaptation in a genetically diverging salamander population. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2015;69(3):407-413.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[35]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2726920
Krause ET, Caspers B. Wie australische Prachtfinken den Geruchssinn zur Arterkennung nutzen. Gefiederte Welt. 2015;139(4):26-27.
PUB
 
[34]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2737114
Krause ET, Naguib M. Zebra finch males compensate in plumage ornaments at sexual maturation for a bad start in life. Frontiers in Zoology. 2015;12(Suppl. 1): 11.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[33]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2760539
Schmelz M, Krüger O, Call J, Krause ET. A comparison of spontaneous problem solving abilities in three estrildid finch (Taeniopygia guttata, Lonchura striata var. domestica, Stagonopleura guttata) species. Journal of Comparative Psychology. 2015;129(4):356-365.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[32]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2769393
Caspers B, Gagliardo A, Krause ET. Impact of kin odour on reproduction in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2015;69(11):1827-1833.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[31]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2693329
Krause ET, Caspers B. The influence of a water current on the larval deposition pattern of females of a diverging fire salamander population (Salamandra salamandra). Salamandra. 2015;51(2):156-160.
PUB | WoS
 
[30]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2737110
Caspers B, Hagelin J, Bock S, Krause ET. An easy method to test odour recognition in songbird hatchlings. Ethology. 2015;121(9):882-887.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[29]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2639698
Hoffman J, Krause ET, Lehmann K, Krüger O. MC1R Genotype and Plumage Colouration in the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata): Population Structure Generates Artefactual Associations. PLoS ONE. 2014;9(1):e86519.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[28]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2693323
Krause ET, Brummel C, Kohlwey S, et al. Differences in olfactory species recognition in the females of two Australian songbird species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2014;68(11):1819-1827.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[27]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2677996
Ibanez A, Caspers B, Lopez P, Martin J, Krause ET. Is the reaction to chemical cues of predators affected by age or experience in fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra)? Amphibia-Reptilia. 2014;35(2):189-196.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[26]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2678366
Szekely T, Krüger O, Krause ET. Errors in science: the role of reviewers. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 2014;29:371-373.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[25]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2664951
Brust V, Krüger O, Naguib M, Krause ET. Lifelong consequences of early nutritional conditions on learning performance in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Behavioural Processes. 2014;103:320-326.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[24]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2664171
Krause ET, Naguib M. Effects of parental and own early developmental conditions on the phenotype in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Evolutionary Ecology. 2014;28:263-275.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[23]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2633946
Caspers B, Krause ET, Hendrix R, et al. The more the better - polyandry and genetic similarity are positively linked to reproductive success in a natural population of terrestrial salamanders (Salamandra salamandra). Molecular Ecology. 2014;23:239-250.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[22]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2606674
Krause ET. Der Zebrafink - Eine Lebensgeschicte. Gefiederte Welt. 2013;137(7):8-12.
PUB
 
[21]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2623686
Krause ET, von Engelhardt N, Steinfartz S, Roland T, Caspers B. Ultrasonography as a minimally invasive method to assess pregnancy in the fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra). Salamandra. 2013;49:211-214.
PUB | WoS
 
[20]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2634810
Krause ET. Impact: Take peer review into account. Nature. 2013;503(7475):198-198.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[19]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2609675
Caspers B, Hoffman J, Kohlmeier P, Krüger O, Krause ET. Olfactory imprinting as a mechanism for nest odour recognition in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour. 2013;86(1):85-90.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[18]
2013 | Book Chapter | PUB-ID: 2577100
Caspers B, Krause ET. Intraspecific Olfactory Communication in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata): Potential Information Apart from Visual and Acoustic Cues. In: East ML, Dehnhard M, eds. Chemical Signals in Vertebrates. Vol 12. New York: Springer; 2013: 341-351.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[17]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2462641
Krause ET, Liesenjohann T. Predation pressure and food abundance during early life alter risk-taking behaviour and growth of guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Behaviour. 2012;149(1):1-14.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[16]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2462643
Krause ET, Krüger O, Kohlmeier P, Caspers B. Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird. Biology Letters. 2012;8(3):327-329.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[15]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2494548
Krause ET, Caspers B. Are olfactory cues involved in nest recognition in two social species of estrildid finches? PLoS ONE. 2012;7(5):e36615.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[14]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2560002
Caspers B, Krause ET. Zebrafinken erkennen Verwandte am Geruch. Gefiederte Welt. 2012;136(8):22-33.
PUB
 
[13]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375344
Rehling A, Spiller I, Krause ET, Nager RG, Monaghan P, Trillmich F. Flexibility in the duration of parental care: zebra finch parents respond to offspring needs. Animal Behaviour. 2012;83(1):35-39.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[12]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375326
Krause ET, Petow S, Kjaer JB. A note on the physiological and behavioural consequences of cannibalistic toe pecking in laying hens (Gallus gallus domesticus). Archiv für Geflügelkunde. 2011;75(2):140-143.
PUB | WoS
 
[11]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375329
Krause ET, Naguib M. Compensatory growth affects exploratory behaviour in zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata. Animal Behaviour. 2011;81(6):1295-1300.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[10]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2631429
Krause ET, Caspers B, Steinfartz S. Habitat-spezifische Wahl des Laichgewässers beim Feuersalamander (Salamandra salamandra). Elaphe. 2011;19(3):14-17.
PUB
 
[9]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2551400
Krause ET, Caspers B. Der Geruchssinn von Zebrafinken – Können Singvögel doch riechen? Gefiederte Welt. 2011;3:22-23.
PUB
 
[8]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375338
Krause ET, Honarmand M, Naguib M. Zebra finch nestlings beg more under better nutritional conditions. Behaviour. 2011;148:1239-1255.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[7]
2011 | Dissertation | PUB-ID: 2436871
Krause ET. The road to ruin?: The consequences of early nutritional stress and compensatory grwoth on zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Bielefeld; 2011.
PUB
 
[6]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2093973
Caspers B, Krause ET. Odour-based natal nest recognition in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata), a colony-breeding songbird. Biology Letters. 2011;7(2):184-186.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[5]
2011 | Conference (Editor) | PUB-ID: 2462683
Caspers B, Franzke A, Krause ET, eds. 16th Graduate Meeting of Evolutionary Biology of the DZG.; 2011.
PUB
 
[4]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2093517
Krause ET, Steinfartz S, Caspers B. Poor Nutritional Conditions During the Early Larval Stage Reduce Risk-Taking Activities of Fire Salamander Larvae (Salamandra salamandra). Ethology. 2011;117(5):416-421.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[3]
2009 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1589129
Krause ET, Honarmand M, Wetzel J, Naguib M. Early Fasting Is Long Lasting: Differences in Early Nutritional Conditions Reappear under Stressful Conditions in Adult Female Zebra Finches. PLOS ONE. 2009;4(3):e5015.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[2]
2008 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1636251
Krause ET, Naguib M, Petow S. Effects of intra-hippocampal D-AP5 injections on one trial passive avoidance learning in adult laying hens (Gallus gallus domesticus). ACTA NEUROBIOLOGIAE EXPERIMENTALIS. 2008;68(4):494-501.
PUB | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[1]
2006 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1596654
Krause ET, Naguib M, Trillmich F, Schrader L. The effects of short term enrichment on learning in chickens from a laying strain (Gallus gallus domesticus). APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE. 2006;101(3-4):318-327.
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2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2910700
Krause ET, Krüger O, Schielzeth H. Long-term effects of early nutrition and environmental matching on developmental and personality traits in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour. 2017;128:103-115.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[52]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2910699
Krause ET, Kjaer JB, Lüders C, van LP. A polymorphism in the 5’-flanking region of the serotonin transporter (5-HTT) gene affects fear-related behaviours of adult domestic chickens. Behavioural Brain Research. 2017;330:92-96.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[51]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2914440
Krause ET, Krüger O, Pogány Á. Zebra finch nestlings, rather than parents, suffer from raising broods under low nutritional conditions. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2017;71(10): UNSP 152.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[50]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2914441
Caspers B, Hagelin JC, Paul M, Bock S, Willeke S, Krause ET. Zebra Finch chicks recognise parental scent, and retain chemosensory knowledge of their genetic mother, even after egg cross-fostering. Scientific Reports. 2017;7: 12859.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[49]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2915418
Krause ET, Krüger O, Hoffman J. The influence of inherited plumage colour morph on morphometric traits and breeding investment in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). PLOS One. 2017;12(11):e0188582.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[48]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2913576
Krause ET, Villaverde-Morcillo S, Schmelz M. Spontanes Lösen von Problemen: Vergleichende Untersuchungen an Papageien am FIEB in Madrid. Gefiederte Welt. 2017;141(9):20-22.
PUB
 
[47]
2017 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2913461
Honarmand M, Krause ET, Naguib M. Implications of nutritional stress as nestling or fledgling on subsequent attractiveness and fecundity in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). PeerJ. 2017;5: e3628.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[46]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2907540
Krause ET. Colour cues that are not directly attached to the body of males do not influence the mate choice of Zebra Finches. PLoS One. 2016;11: e0167674.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS
 
[45]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2902867
Krause ET, Schrader L. Intra-specific variation in nest site preferences of zebra finches: do height and cover matter? Emu. 2016;116(4):333-339.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[44]
2016 | Book Chapter | PUB-ID: 2900076
Kohlwey S, Krause ET, Baier M, Müller C, Caspers B. Chemical analyses reveal family-specific nest odor profiles in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata): A pilot study. In: Schulte BA, Goodwin TE, Ferkin MH, eds. Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 13. Springer Science + Business Media; 2016: 167-175.
PUB | DOI
 
[43]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2907539
Griffith SC, Crino OL, Andrew SC, et al. Variation in Reproductive Success Across Captive Populations: Methodological Differences, Potential Biases and Opportunities. Ethology. 2016;123(1):1-29.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[42]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2903974
Krause ET, Ruploh T. Captive domesticated zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) have increased plasma corticosterone concentrations in the absence of bathing water. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 2016;182:80-85.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[41]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2904900
Krause ET, Schrader L, Caspers B. Olfaction in chicken (Gallus gallus): A neglected mode of social communication? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2016;4:94.
PUB | DOI
 
[40]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2903596
Golüke S, Dörrenberg S, Krause ET, Caspers B. Female Zebra Finches smell their eggs. PLOS ONE. 2016;11(5): e0155513.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[39]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2901427
Trillmich F, Spiller I, Naguib M, Krause ET. Patient parents: Do offspring decide on the timing of fledging in zebra finches? Ethology. 2016;122(5):411-418.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS
 
[38]
2016 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2900417
Krause ET, Caspers B. Long-term consequences of early nutritional conditions on the behaviour and growth of fire salamanders. Amphibia-Reptilia. 2016;37(1):69-77.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[37]
2016 | Book Chapter | PUB-ID: 2900077
Krause ET, Kabbert J, Caspers B. Exploring the Use of Olfactory Cues in a Nonsocial Context in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata). In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates. Vol 13. Springer Science + Business Media; 2016: 177-187.
PUB | DOI
 
[36]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2709428
Caspers B, Steinfartz S, Krause ET. Larval deposition behaviour and maternal investment of females reflect differential habitat adaptation in a genetically diverging salamander population. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2015;69(3):407-413.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[35]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2726920
Krause ET, Caspers B. Wie australische Prachtfinken den Geruchssinn zur Arterkennung nutzen. Gefiederte Welt. 2015;139(4):26-27.
PUB
 
[34]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2737114
Krause ET, Naguib M. Zebra finch males compensate in plumage ornaments at sexual maturation for a bad start in life. Frontiers in Zoology. 2015;12(Suppl. 1): 11.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[33]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2760539
Schmelz M, Krüger O, Call J, Krause ET. A comparison of spontaneous problem solving abilities in three estrildid finch (Taeniopygia guttata, Lonchura striata var. domestica, Stagonopleura guttata) species. Journal of Comparative Psychology. 2015;129(4):356-365.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[32]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2769393
Caspers B, Gagliardo A, Krause ET. Impact of kin odour on reproduction in zebra finches. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2015;69(11):1827-1833.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[31]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2693329
Krause ET, Caspers B. The influence of a water current on the larval deposition pattern of females of a diverging fire salamander population (Salamandra salamandra). Salamandra. 2015;51(2):156-160.
PUB | WoS
 
[30]
2015 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2737110
Caspers B, Hagelin J, Bock S, Krause ET. An easy method to test odour recognition in songbird hatchlings. Ethology. 2015;121(9):882-887.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[29]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2639698
Hoffman J, Krause ET, Lehmann K, Krüger O. MC1R Genotype and Plumage Colouration in the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata): Population Structure Generates Artefactual Associations. PLoS ONE. 2014;9(1):e86519.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[28]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2693323
Krause ET, Brummel C, Kohlwey S, et al. Differences in olfactory species recognition in the females of two Australian songbird species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 2014;68(11):1819-1827.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[27]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2677996
Ibanez A, Caspers B, Lopez P, Martin J, Krause ET. Is the reaction to chemical cues of predators affected by age or experience in fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra)? Amphibia-Reptilia. 2014;35(2):189-196.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[26]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2678366
Szekely T, Krüger O, Krause ET. Errors in science: the role of reviewers. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 2014;29:371-373.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[25]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2664951
Brust V, Krüger O, Naguib M, Krause ET. Lifelong consequences of early nutritional conditions on learning performance in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Behavioural Processes. 2014;103:320-326.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[24]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2664171
Krause ET, Naguib M. Effects of parental and own early developmental conditions on the phenotype in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Evolutionary Ecology. 2014;28:263-275.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[23]
2014 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2633946
Caspers B, Krause ET, Hendrix R, et al. The more the better - polyandry and genetic similarity are positively linked to reproductive success in a natural population of terrestrial salamanders (Salamandra salamandra). Molecular Ecology. 2014;23:239-250.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[22]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2606674
Krause ET. Der Zebrafink - Eine Lebensgeschicte. Gefiederte Welt. 2013;137(7):8-12.
PUB
 
[21]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2623686
Krause ET, von Engelhardt N, Steinfartz S, Roland T, Caspers B. Ultrasonography as a minimally invasive method to assess pregnancy in the fire salamanders (Salamandra salamandra). Salamandra. 2013;49:211-214.
PUB | WoS
 
[20]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2634810
Krause ET. Impact: Take peer review into account. Nature. 2013;503(7475):198-198.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[19]
2013 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2609675
Caspers B, Hoffman J, Kohlmeier P, Krüger O, Krause ET. Olfactory imprinting as a mechanism for nest odour recognition in zebra finches. Animal Behaviour. 2013;86(1):85-90.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[18]
2013 | Book Chapter | PUB-ID: 2577100
Caspers B, Krause ET. Intraspecific Olfactory Communication in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata): Potential Information Apart from Visual and Acoustic Cues. In: East ML, Dehnhard M, eds. Chemical Signals in Vertebrates. Vol 12. New York: Springer; 2013: 341-351.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[17]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2462641
Krause ET, Liesenjohann T. Predation pressure and food abundance during early life alter risk-taking behaviour and growth of guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Behaviour. 2012;149(1):1-14.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[16]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2462643
Krause ET, Krüger O, Kohlmeier P, Caspers B. Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird. Biology Letters. 2012;8(3):327-329.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[15]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2494548
Krause ET, Caspers B. Are olfactory cues involved in nest recognition in two social species of estrildid finches? PLoS ONE. 2012;7(5):e36615.
PUB | PDF | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[14]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2560002
Caspers B, Krause ET. Zebrafinken erkennen Verwandte am Geruch. Gefiederte Welt. 2012;136(8):22-33.
PUB
 
[13]
2012 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375344
Rehling A, Spiller I, Krause ET, Nager RG, Monaghan P, Trillmich F. Flexibility in the duration of parental care: zebra finch parents respond to offspring needs. Animal Behaviour. 2012;83(1):35-39.
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[12]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375326
Krause ET, Petow S, Kjaer JB. A note on the physiological and behavioural consequences of cannibalistic toe pecking in laying hens (Gallus gallus domesticus). Archiv für Geflügelkunde. 2011;75(2):140-143.
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[11]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375329
Krause ET, Naguib M. Compensatory growth affects exploratory behaviour in zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata. Animal Behaviour. 2011;81(6):1295-1300.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[10]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2631429
Krause ET, Caspers B, Steinfartz S. Habitat-spezifische Wahl des Laichgewässers beim Feuersalamander (Salamandra salamandra). Elaphe. 2011;19(3):14-17.
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[9]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2551400
Krause ET, Caspers B. Der Geruchssinn von Zebrafinken – Können Singvögel doch riechen? Gefiederte Welt. 2011;3:22-23.
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[8]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2375338
Krause ET, Honarmand M, Naguib M. Zebra finch nestlings beg more under better nutritional conditions. Behaviour. 2011;148:1239-1255.
PUB | DOI | WoS
 
[7]
2011 | Dissertation | PUB-ID: 2436871
Krause ET. The road to ruin?: The consequences of early nutritional stress and compensatory grwoth on zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Bielefeld; 2011.
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[6]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2093973
Caspers B, Krause ET. Odour-based natal nest recognition in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata), a colony-breeding songbird. Biology Letters. 2011;7(2):184-186.
PUB | DOI | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[5]
2011 | Conference (Editor) | PUB-ID: 2462683
Caspers B, Franzke A, Krause ET, eds. 16th Graduate Meeting of Evolutionary Biology of the DZG.; 2011.
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[4]
2011 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 2093517
Krause ET, Steinfartz S, Caspers B. Poor Nutritional Conditions During the Early Larval Stage Reduce Risk-Taking Activities of Fire Salamander Larvae (Salamandra salamandra). Ethology. 2011;117(5):416-421.
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[3]
2009 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1589129
Krause ET, Honarmand M, Wetzel J, Naguib M. Early Fasting Is Long Lasting: Differences in Early Nutritional Conditions Reappear under Stressful Conditions in Adult Female Zebra Finches. PLOS ONE. 2009;4(3):e5015.
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[2]
2008 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1636251
Krause ET, Naguib M, Petow S. Effects of intra-hippocampal D-AP5 injections on one trial passive avoidance learning in adult laying hens (Gallus gallus domesticus). ACTA NEUROBIOLOGIAE EXPERIMENTALIS. 2008;68(4):494-501.
PUB | WoS | PubMed | Europe PMC
 
[1]
2006 | Journal Article | PUB-ID: 1596654
Krause ET, Naguib M, Trillmich F, Schrader L. The effects of short term enrichment on learning in chickens from a laying strain (Gallus gallus domesticus). APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE. 2006;101(3-4):318-327.
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