Henrik Mouritsen
Henrik Mouritsen
Professor of Biology, University of Oldenburg
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Migrating songbirds recalibrate their magnetic compass daily from twilight cues
WW Cochran, H Mouritsen, M Wikelski
Science 304 (5669), 405-408, 2004
3742004
Cryptochromes and neuronal-activity markers colocalize in the retina of migratory birds during magnetic orientation
H Mouritsen, U Janssen-Bienhold, M Liedvogel, G Feenders, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (39), 14294-14299, 2004
3202004
The radical-pair mechanism of magnetoreception
PJ Hore, H Mouritsen
Annual review of biophysics 45, 299-344, 2016
3122016
Molecular mapping of movement-associated areas in the avian brain: a motor theory for vocal learning origin
G Feenders, M Liedvogel, M Rivas, M Zapka, H Horita, E Hara, K Wada, ...
PLoS One 3 (3), e1768, 2008
2902008
Anthropogenic electromagnetic noise disrupts magnetic compass orientation in a migratory bird
S Engels, NL Schneider, N Lefeldt, CM Hein, M Zapka, A Michalik, ...
Nature 509 (7500), 353-356, 2014
2592014
Visual but not trigeminal mediation of magnetic compass information in a migratory bird
M Zapka, D Heyers, CM Hein, S Engels, NL Schneider, J Hans, S Weiler, ...
Nature 461 (7268), 1274-1277, 2009
2432009
Magnetoreception and its use in bird navigation
H Mouritsen, T Ritz
Current opinion in neurobiology 15 (4), 406-414, 2005
2252005
Cryptochromes—a potential magnetoreceptor: what do we know and what do we want to know?
M Liedvogel, H Mouritsen
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 7 (Suppl 2), S147-S162, 2010
2072010
A visual pathway links brain structures active during magnetic compass orientation in migratory birds
D Heyers, M Manns, H Luksch, O Güntürkün, H Mouritsen
PLoS One 2 (9), e937, 2007
1952007
Chemical magnetoreception: bird cryptochrome 1a is excited by blue light and forms long-lived radical-pairs
M Liedvogel, K Maeda, K Henbest, E Schleicher, T Simon, CR Timmel, ...
PLoS One 2 (10), e1106, 2007
1852007
Virtual migration in tethered flying monarch butterflies reveals their orientation mechanisms
H Mouritsen, BJ Frost
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (15), 10162-10166, 2002
1842002
Global view of the functional molecular organization of the avian cerebrum: mirror images and functional columns
ED Jarvis, J Yu, MV Rivas, H Horita, G Feenders, O Whitney, SC Jarvis, ...
Journal of Comparative Neurology 521 (16), 3614-3665, 2013
1762013
Night-vision brain area in migratory songbirds
H Mouritsen, G Feenders, M Liedvogel, K Wada, ED Jarvis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (23), 8339-8344, 2005
1692005
The magnetic retina: light-dependent and trigeminal magnetoreception in migratory birds
H Mouritsen, PJ Hore
Current opinion in neurobiology 22 (2), 343-352, 2012
1592012
Wind selection and drift compensation optimize migratory pathways in a high-flying moth
JW Chapman, DR Reynolds, H Mouritsen, JK Hill, JR Riley, D Sivell, ...
Current Biology 18 (7), 514-518, 2008
1572008
Long-distance navigation and magnetoreception in migratory animals
H Mouritsen
Nature 558 (7708), 50-59, 2018
1512018
Photoreceptor-based magnetoreception: optimal design of receptor molecules, cells, and neuronal processing
T Ritz, M Ahmad, H Mouritsen, R Wiltschko, W Wiltschko
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 7 (Suppl 2), S135-S146, 2010
1432010
Avian magnetoreception: elaborate iron mineral containing dendrites in the upper beak seem to be a common feature of birds
G Falkenberg, G Fleissner, K Schuchardt, M Kuehbacher, P Thalau, ...
PLoS One 5 (2), e9231, 2010
1422010
The quantum needle of the avian magnetic compass
HG Hiscock, S Worster, DR Kattnig, C Steers, Y Jin, DE Manolopoulos, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), 4634-4639, 2016
1292016
Is there a “migratory syndrome” common to all migrant birds?
T Piersma, J PÉREZ‐TRIS, H Mouritsen, U Bauchinger, F Bairlein
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1046 (1), 282-293, 2005
1162005
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