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Karin Schneeberger
Karin Schneeberger
Researcher at University of Potsdam
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Rain increases the energy cost of bat flight
CC Voigt, K Schneeberger, SL Voigt-Heucke, D Lewanzik
Biology letters 7 (5), 793-795, 2011
1532011
Reciprocal cooperation between unrelated rats depends on cost to donor and benefit to recipient
K Schneeberger, M Dietz, M Taborsky
BMC evolutionary biology 12, 1-7, 2012
942012
Measures of the constitutive immune system are linked to diet and roosting habits of neotropical bats
K Schneeberger, GA Czirjak, CC Voigt
PLoS One 8 (1), e54023, 2013
822013
Inflammatory challenge increases measures of oxidative stress in a free-ranging, long-lived mammal
K Schneeberger, GÁ Czirják, CC Voigt
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (24), 4514-4519, 2013
802013
Zoonotic viruses and conservation of bats
K Schneeberger, CC Voigt
Bats in the Anthropocene: conservation of Bats in a Changing world, 263-292, 2016
732016
Immune profile predicts survival and reflects senescence in a small, long-lived mammal, the greater sac-winged bat (Saccopteryx bilineata)
K Schneeberger, A Courtiol, GÁ Czirják, CC Voigt
PLoS One 9 (9), e108268, 2014
472014
Do female Norway rats form social bonds?
MK Schweinfurth, J Neuenschwander, L Engqvist, K Schneeberger, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71, 1-9, 2017
442017
Frugivory is associated with low measures of plasma oxidative stress and high antioxidant concentration in free-ranging bats
K Schneeberger, GÁ Czirják, CC Voigt
Naturwissenschaften 101, 285-290, 2014
382014
Circulating white blood cell counts in captive and wild rodents are influenced by body mass rather than testes mass, a correlate of mating promiscuity
J Tian, A Courtiol, K Schneeberger, AD Greenwood, GA Czirjak
Functional Ecology 29 (6), 823-829, 2015
272015
The smell of hunger: Norway rats provision social partners based on odour cues of need
K Schneeberger, G Röder, M Taborsky
PLoS biology 18 (3), e3000628, 2020
222020
Isotopic Data Do Not Support Food Sharing Within Large Networks of Female Vampire Bats (Desmodus rotundus)
CC Voigt, SL Voigt‐Heucke, K Schneeberger
Ethology 118 (3), 260-268, 2012
172012
Ecological and dietary correlates of stable hydrogen isotope ratios in fur and body water of syntopic tropical bats
CC Voigt, K Schneeberger, A Luckner
Ecology 94 (2), 346-355, 2013
162013
Feel good, do good? Disentangling reciprocity from unconditional prosociality
R Schmid, K Schneeberger, M Taborsky
Ethology 123 (9), 640-647, 2017
122017
The role of sensory ecology and cognition in social decisions: Costs of acquiring information matter
K Schneeberger, M Taborsky
Functional ecology 34 (2), 302-309, 2020
102020
Multidimensionality of chemical information in male greater sac-winged bats (Saccopteryx bilineata)
K Schneeberger, CC Voigt, C Müller, BA Caspers
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 207847, 2016
52016
Evidence of female preference for odor of distant over local males in a bat with female dispersal
K Schneeberger, M Schulze, I Scheffler, BA Caspers
Behavioral Ecology 32 (4), 657-661, 2021
22021
Food sharing and nonhuman reciprocal altruism
K Schneeberger
Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, 3185-3187, 2021
22021
Experience of social density during early life is associated with attraction to conspecific odour in the common vole (Microtus arvalis)
K Schneeberger, JA Eccard
Ethology 127 (10), 908-913, 2021
12021
Cooperative grooming
K Schneeberger
Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, eds TK Shackelford and …, 2016
12016
Bats, Bacteria, and Bat Smell V. 2.0: Repeatable Sex-Specific Differences in Scent Organ Microbiota
Ö Maraci, A Antonatou-Papaioannou, S Jünemann, K Schneeberger, ...
Microbial Ecology 87 (1), 55, 2024
2024
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