E. Tobias Krause
E. Tobias Krause
Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut
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Olfactory kin recognition in a songbird
ET Krause, O Krüger, P Kohlmeier, BA Caspers
Biology letters 8 (3), 327-329, 2012
1092012
Early fasting is long lasting: differences in early nutritional conditions reappear under stressful conditions in adult female zebra finches
ET Krause, M Honarmand, J Wetzel, M Naguib
PloS one 4 (3), e5015, 2009
922009
Odour-based natal nest recognition in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata), a colony-breeding songbird
BA Caspers, ET Krause
Biology letters 7 (2), 184-186, 2011
602011
Compensatory growth affects exploratory behaviour in zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata
ET Krause, M Naguib
Animal Behaviour 81 (6), 1295-1300, 2011
552011
The effects of short term enrichment on learning in chickens from a laying strain (Gallus gallus domesticus)
ET Krause, M Naguib, F Trillmich, L Schrader
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 101 (3-4), 318-327, 2006
412006
The more the better–polyandry and genetic similarity are positively linked to reproductive success in a natural population of terrestrial salamanders (Salamandra salamandra)
BA Caspers, ET Krause, R Hendrix, M Kopp, O Rupp, K Rosentreter, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (1), 239-250, 2014
372014
Are olfactory cues involved in nest recognition in two social species of estrildid finches?
ET Krause, BA Caspers
PloS one 7 (5), e36615, 2012
332012
Lifelong consequences of early nutritional conditions on learning performance in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
V Brust, O Krüger, M Naguib, ET Krause
Behavioural processes 103, 320-326, 2014
302014
Flexibility in the duration of parental care: zebra finch parents respond to offspring needs
A Rehling, I Spiller, ET Krause, RG Nager, P Monaghan, F Trillmich
Animal Behaviour 83 (1), 35-39, 2012
292012
Differences in olfactory species recognition in the females of two Australian songbird species
ET Krause, C Brummel, S Kohlwey, MC Baier, C Müller, F Bonadonna, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 68 (11), 1819-1827, 2014
282014
Poor Nutritional Conditions During the Early Larval Stage Reduce Risk‐Taking Activities of Fire Salamander Larvae (Salamandra salamandra)
ET Krause, S Steinfartz, BA Caspers
Ethology 117 (5), 416-421, 2011
272011
Predation pressure and food abundance during early life alter risk-taking behaviour and growth of guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
ET Krause, T Liesenjohann
Behaviour 149 (1), 1-14, 2012
252012
Effects of parental and own early developmental conditions on the phenotype in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
ET Krause, M Naguib
Evolutionary Ecology 28, 263-275, 2014
242014
Olfactory imprinting as a mechanism for nest odour recognition in zebra finches
BA Caspers, JI Hoffman, P Kohlmeier, O Krüger, ET Krause
Animal Behaviour 86 (1), 85-90, 2013
242013
MC1R Genotype and Plumage Colouration in the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata): Population Structure Generates Artefactual Associations
JI Hoffman, ET Krause, K Lehmann, O Krüger
PloS one 9 (1), e86519, 2014
232014
Variation in Reproductive Success Across Captive Populations: Methodological Differences, Potential Biases and Opportunities
SC Griffith, OL Crino, SC Andrew, FY Nomano, E Adkins‐Regan, ...
Ethology 123 (1), 1-29, 2017
202017
Larval deposition behaviour and maternal investment of females reflect differential habitat adaptation in a genetically diverging salamander population
BA Caspers, S Steinfartz, ET Krause
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (3), 407-413, 2015
192015
Impact of kin odour on reproduction in zebra finches
BA Caspers, A Gagliardo, ET Krause
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (11), 1827-1833, 2015
182015
Female Zebra Finches Smell Their Eggs
S Golüke, S Dörrenberg, ET Krause, BA Caspers
PloS one 11 (5), e0155513, 2016
142016
Intraspecific Olfactory Communication in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata): Potential Information Apart from Visual and Acoustic Cues
BA Caspers, ET Krause
Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 12, 341-351, 2013
132013
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