Rianne Pinxten
Rianne Pinxten
Professor of Biology Didactics, University of Antwerp
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Male song as a cue for mate choice in the European starling
RF Verheyen, M Eens, R Pinxten
Behaviour 116 (3-4), 210-238, 1991
2701991
Variation of heavy metals within and among feathers of birds of prey: effects of molt and external contamination
T Dauwe, L Bervoets, R Pinxten, R Blust, M Eens
Environmental Pollution 124 (3), 429-436, 2003
2562003
Can excrement and feathers of nestling songbirds be used as biomonitors for heavy metal pollution?
T Dauwe, L Bervoets, R Blust, R Pinxten, M Eens
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 39 (4), 541-546, 2000
2072000
Accumulation, tissue-specific distribution and debromination of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE 209) in European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
E Van den Steen, A Covaci, VLB Jaspers, T Dauwe, S Voorspoels, ...
Environmental Pollution 148 (2), 648-653, 2007
1862007
Seasonal changes in courtship song and the medial preoptic area in male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
LV Riters, M Eens, R Pinxten, DL Duffy, J Balthazart, GF Ball
Hormones and behavior 38 (4), 250-261, 2000
1642000
Great and blue tits as indicators of heavy metal contamination in terrestrial ecosystems
M Eens, R Pinxten, RF Verheyen, R Blust, L Bervoets
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 44 (1), 81-85, 1999
1601999
Experimental evidence of a testosterone-induced shift from paternal to mating behaviour in a facultatively polygynous songbird
E De Ridder, R Pinxten, M Eens
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 49 (1), 24-30, 2000
1562000
Sex-role reversal in vertebrates: behavioural and endocrinological accounts
M Eens, R Pinxten
Behavioural Processes 51 (1-3), 135-147, 2000
1292000
Shield characteristics are testosterone-dependent in both male and female moorhens
M Eens, E Van Duyse, L Berghman, R Pinxten
Hormones and Behavior 37 (2), 126-134, 2000
1242000
Function of the song and song repertoire in the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris): an aviary experiment
M Eens, R Pinxten, RF Verheyen
Behaviour 125 (1-2), 51-66, 1993
1161993
Temporal and sequential organization of song bouts in the starling
M Eens, R Pinxten, RF Verheyen
Ardea 77 (6), 1989
1151989
Light pollution disrupts sleep in free-living animals
T Raap, R Pinxten, M Eens
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
1122015
Effects of heavy metal exposure on the condition and health of nestlings of the great tit (Parus major), a small songbird species
E Janssens, T Dauwe, R Pinxten, L Bervoets, R Blust, M Eens
Environmental Pollution 126 (2), 267-274, 2003
1012003
Heavy Metal Exposure Affects the Humoral Immune Response in a Free-Living Small Songbird, the Great Tit (Parus major)
T Snoeijs, T Dauwe, R Pinxten, F Vandesande, M Eens
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 46 (3), 399-404, 2004
972004
Extra-pair paternity and intraspecific brood parasitism in the European starling, Sturnus vulgaris: evidence from DNA fingerprinting
R Pinxten, O Hanotte, M Eens, RF Verheyen, AA Dhondt, T Burke
Animal Behaviour 45 (4), 795-809, 1993
941993
Polygyny in the European starling: effect on female reproductive success
R Pinxten, M Eens
Animal Behaviour 40 (6), 1035-1047, 1990
921990
Does testosterone affect the trade-off between investment in sexual/territorial behaviour and parental care in male great tits?
E Van Duyse, M Eens, R Pinxten
Behaviour 137 (11), 1503-1515, 2000
912000
Are eggshells and egg contents of great and blue tits suitable as indicators of heavy metal pollution?
T Dauwe, L Bervoets, R Blust, R Pinxten, M Eens
Belgian Journal of Zoology 129, 439-447, 1999
901999
Multiple signals for multiple messages: great tit, Parus major, song signals age and survival
HF Rivera-Gutierrez, R Pinxten, M Eens
Animal Behaviour 80 (3), 451-459, 2010
852010
Opposite changes in plasma testosterone and corticosterone levels following a simulated territorial challenge in male great tits
R Pinxten, L Arckens, E van Duyse, M Eens, V Darras
Behaviour 141 (4), 451-467, 2004
842004
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