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Marilyn Ramenofsky
Marilyn Ramenofsky
Neurobiology Physiology Behavior, University of California Davis
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Ecological bases of hormone—behavior interactions: the “emergency life history stage”
JC Wingfield, DL Maney, CW Breuner, JD Jacobs, S Lynn, M Ramenofsky, ...
American Zoologist 38 (1), 191-206, 1998
15001998
Actions of glucocorticoids at a seasonal baseline as compared to stress-related levels in the regulation of periodic life processes
MM Landys, M Ramenofsky, JC Wingfield
General and comparative endocrinology 148 (2), 132-149, 2006
8872006
Testosterone and aggression in birds
JC Wingfield, GF Ball, AM Dufty, RE Hegner, M Ramenofsky
American Scientist 75 (6), 602-608, 1987
5961987
Hormones and the behavioral ecology of stress
JC Wingfield, M Ramenofsky
Stress physiology in animals, 1-51, 1999
2871999
Regulation of migration
M Ramenofsky, JC Wingfield
Bioscience 57 (2), 135-143, 2007
2542007
Grand challenges in migration biology
MS Bowlin, IA Bisson, J Shamoun-Baranes, JD Reichard, N Sapir, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 50 (3), 261-279, 2010
2532010
Evidence for a navigational map stretching across the continental US in a migratory songbird
K Thorup, IA Bisson, MS Bowlin, RA Holland, JC Wingfield, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (46), 18115-18119, 2007
2432007
Season and migration alters the corticosterone response to capture and handling in an Arctic migrant, the white-crowned sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys gambelii)
LM Romero, M Ramenofsky, JC Wingfield
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Pharmacology, Toxicology and …, 1997
2211997
Fat storage and fat metabolism in relation to migration
M Ramenofsky
Bird migration: physiology and ecophysiology, 214-231, 1990
2161990
Corticosterone, foraging behavior, and metabolism in dark-eyed juncos, Junco hyemalis
JM Gray, D Yarian, M Ramenofsky
General and Comparative Endocrinology 79 (3), 375-384, 1990
1871990
Biological clocks and regulation of seasonal reproduction and migration in birds
V Kumar, JC Wingfield, A Dawson, M Ramenofsky, S Rani, P Bartell
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83 (5), 827-835, 2010
1572010
Agonistic behaviour and endogenous plasma hormones in male Japanese quail
M Ramenofsky
Animal Behaviour 32 (3), 698-708, 1984
1521984
Behavior as a key component of integrative biology in a human-altered world
A Sih, J Stamps, LH Yang, R McElreath, M Ramenofsky
Integrative and comparative biology 50 (6), 934-944, 2010
1512010
Baseline corticosterone peaks in shorebirds with maximal energy stores for migration: a general preparatory mechanism for rapid behavioral and metabolic transitions?
T Piersma, J Reneerkens, M Ramenofsky
General and comparative endocrinology 120 (1), 118-126, 2000
1472000
The low-affinity glucocorticoid receptor regulates feeding and lipid breakdown in the migratory Gambel's white-crowned sparrow Zonotrichia leucophrys gambelii
MM Landys, M Ramenofsky, CG Guglielmo, JC Wingfield
Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (1), 143-154, 2004
1362004
Baseline and Stress-Induced Plasma Corticosterone during Long-Distance Migration in the Bar-Tailed Godwit, Limosa lapponica
MM Landys-Ciannelli, M Ramenofsky, T Piersma, J Jukema, CR Group, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 75 (1), 101-110, 2002
1302002
Corticosterone and faculatative dispersal in response to unpredictable events
JC Wingfield, M Ramenofsky
ARDEA-WAGENINGEN- 85, 155-155, 1997
1291997
Testosterone and sexual selection
N Hillgarth, M Ramenofsky, J Winfield
Behavioral Ecology 8 (1), 108-109, 1997
1211997
Contributions of endocrinology to the migration life history of birds
JM Cornelius, T Boswell, S Jenni-Eiermann, CW Breuner, M Ramenofsky
General and Comparative Endocrinology 190, 47-60, 2013
1172013
Towards an integrative understanding of social behavior: new models and new opportunities
DT Blumstein, L Ebensperger, L Hayes, RA Vásquez, TH Ahern, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 4, 1850, 2010
1172010
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