Publications of Manfred Gahr

Journal Article (138)

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Alcami, P.; Totagera, S.; Sohnius-Wilhelmi, N.; Leitner, S.; Grothe, B.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Gahr, M.: Extensive GJD2 expression in the song motor pathway reveals the extent of electrical synapses in the songbird brain. Biology 10 (11), 1099 (2021)
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Gessara, I.; Dittrich, F.; Hertel, M.; Hildebrand, S.; Pfeifer, A.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; McGrew, M.; Gahr, M.: Highly efficient genome modification of cultured primordial germ cells with lentiviral vectors to generate transgenic songbirds. Stem Cell Reports 16 (4), pp. 784 - 796 (2021)
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Ko, M.-C.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Bakker, A.; Gahr, M.: The gene expression profile of the song control nucleus HVC shows sex specificity, hormone responsiveness, and species specificity among songbirds. Frontiers in Neuroscience 15, 680530 (2021)
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Kuhl, H.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Bakker, A.; Mayr, G.; Nikolaus, G.; Boerno, S. T.; Klages, S.; Timmermann, B.; Gahr, M.: An unbiased molecular approach using 3’-UTRs resolves the avian family-level tree of life. Molecular Biology and Evolution 38 (1), pp. 108 - 127 (2021)
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Lemazina, A.; Trost, L.; Gahr, M.; Hoffmann, S.: The multifaceted vocal duets of white-browed sparrow weavers are based on complex duetting rules. Journal of Avian Biology, e02703 (2021)
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Loveland, J. L.; Giraldo Deck, L. M.; Lank, D. B.; Goymann, W.; Gahr, M.; Küpper, C.: Functional differences in the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis are associated with alternative reproductive tactics based on an inversion polymorphism. Hormones and Behavior 127, 104877 (2021)
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Ota, N.; Gahr, M.: Context-sensitive dance–vocal displays affect song patterns and partner responses in a socially monogamous songbird. Ethology (2021)
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Villavicencio, C. P.; Windley, H.; D'Amelio, P.; Gahr, M.; Goymann, W.; Quispe Valdez, R.: Neuroendocrine patterns underlying seasonal song and year-round territoriality in male black redstarts. Frontiers in Zoology 18, 8 (2021)
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Voigt, C.; Leitner, S.; Gahr, M.; Ter Maat, A.: Seasonal and diurnal variation of vocal behaviour in duetting White-browed Sparrow Weavers. Journal of Ornithology 162 (4), pp. 1163 - 1172 (2021)
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Adreani, M. N.; D'Amelio, P.; Gahr, M.; Ter Maat, A.: Life-stage dependent plasticity in the auditory system of a songbird is signal and emitter-specific. Frontiers in Neuroscience 14, 588672 (2020)
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de Almeida Monte, A.; Cerwenka, A. F.; Ruthensteiner, B.; Gahr, M.; Düring, D. N.: The hummingbird syrinx morphome: A detailed three-dimensional description of the black jacobin’s vocal organ. BMC Zoology 5 (1), 7 (2020)
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Düring, D. N.; Dittrich, F.; Diales da Rocha, M.; Tachibana, R. O.; Mori, C.; Okanoya, K.; Boehringer, R.; Ehret, B.; Grewe, B. F.; Gerber, S. et al.; Ma, S.; Rauch, M.; Paterna, J.-C.; Kasper, R.; Gahr, M.; Hahnloser, R. H. R.: Fast retrograde access to projection neuron circuits underlying vocal learning in songbirds. Cell Reports 33 (6), 108364 (2020)
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George, J. M.; Bell, Z. W.; Condliffe, D.; Dohrer, K.; Abaurrea, T.; Spencer, K.; Leitao, A.; Gahr, M.; Hurd, P. J.; Clayton, D. F.: Acute social isolation alters neurogenomic state in songbird forebrain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117 (38), pp. 23311 - 23316 (2020)
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Gill, L.; van Schaik, J.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Gahr, M.: Genetic monogamy despite frequent extrapair copulations in "strictly monogamous" wild jackdaws. Behavioral Ecology 31 (1), pp. 247 - 260 (2020)
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Ko, M.-C.; van Meir, V.; Vellema, M.; Gahr, M.: Characteristics of song, brain-anatomy and blood androgen levels in spontaneously singing female canaries. Hormones and Behavior 117, 104614 (2020)
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Kriesell, H. J.; Le Bohec, C.; Cerwenka, A. F.; Hertel, M.; Robin, J.-P.; Ruthensteiner, B.; Gahr, M.; Aubin, T.; Düring, D. N.: Vocal tract anatomy of king penguins: Morphological traits of two-voiced sound production. Frontiers in Zoology 17, 5 (2020)
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Ma, S.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Neurotelemetry reveals putative predictive activity in HVC during call-based vocal communications in zebra finches. The Journal of Neuroscience 40 (32), pp. 6219 - 6227 (2020)
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Boman, J.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; da Silva dos Santos, M.; de Oliveira, E. H. C.; Gahr, M.; Suh, A.: The genome of blue-capped cordon-bleu uncovers hidden diversity of LTR retrotransposons in zebra finch. Genes 10 (4), 301 (2019)
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Diales da Rocha, M.; Düring, D. N.; Bethge, P.; Voigt, F. F.; Hildebrand, S.; Helmchen, F.; Pfeifer, A.; Hahnloser, R. H. R.; Gahr, M.: Tissue clearing and light sheet microscopy: Imaging the unsectioned adult zebra finch brain at cellular resolution. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 13, 13 (2019)
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Düring, D. N.; Diales da Rocha, M.; Dittrich, F.; Gahr, M.; Hahnloser, R. H. R.: Expansion light sheet microscopy resolves subcellular structures in large portions of the songbird brain. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 13, 2 (2019)
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Hoffmann, S.; Trost, L.; Voigt, C.; Leitner, S.; Lemazina, A.; Sagunsky, H.; Abels, M.; Kollmansperger, S.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Die neuronalen Grundlagen von Duettgesang – eine neurophysiologische Freilandstudie. Jahrbuch - Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (2019)
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Hoffmann, S.; Trost, L.; Voigt, C.; Leitner, S.; Lemazina, A.; Sagunsky, H.; Abels, M.; Kollmansperger, S.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Duets recorded in the wild reveal that interindividually coordinated motor control enables cooperative behavior. Nature Communications 10, 2577 (2019)
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Kumar, N.; van Dam, A.; Permentier, H.; van Faassen, M.; Kema, I.; Gahr, M.; Groothuis, T. G. G.: Avian yolk androgens are metabolized instead of taken up by the embryo during the first days of incubation. The Journal of Experimental Biology 222 (7), jeb193961 (2019)
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Kumar, N.; Lohrentz, A.; Gahr, M.; Groothuis, T. G. G.: Steroid receptors and their regulation in avian extraembryonic membranes provide a novel substrate for hormone mediated maternal effects. Scientific Reports 9, 11501 (2019)
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Liévin‐Bazin, A.; Pineaux, M.; Le Covec, M.; Gahr, M.; Bovet, D.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: Food sharing and affiliation: An experimental and longitudinal study in cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus). Ethology 125 (5), pp. 276 - 288 (2019)
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O'Neill, L.; Picaud, A.; Maehner, J.; Gahr, M.; von Bayern, A. M. P.: Two macaw species can learn to solve an optimised two-trap problem, but without functional causal understanding. Behaviour 156 (5-8), pp. 691 - 720 (2019)
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Vellema, M.; Diales da Rocha, M.; Bascones, S.; Zsebök, S.; Dreier, J.; Leitner, S.; van der Linden, A.; Brewer, J.; Gahr, M.: Accelerated redevelopment of vocal skills is preceded by lasting reorganization of the song motor circuitry. eLife 8, e43194 (2019)
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Frankl-Vilches, C.; Gahr, M.: Androgen and estrogen sensitivity of bird song: A comparative view on gene regulatory levels. Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 204 (1), pp. 113 - 126 (2018)
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Gahr, M.: Vocal communication: Decoding sexy songs. Current Biology 28 (7), pp. R315 - R317 (2018)
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Kumar, N.; van Faassen, M.; Kema, I.; Gahr, M.; Groothuis, T. G. G.: Early embryonic modification of maternal hormones differs systematically among embryos of different laying order: A study in birds. General and Comparative Endocrinology 269, pp. 53 - 59 (2018)
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Kumar, N.; van Faassen, M.; de Vries, B.; Kema, I.; Gahr, M.; Groothuis, T. G. G.: Gonadal steroid levels in rock pigeon eggs do not represent adequately maternal allocation. Scientific Reports 8, 11213 (2018)
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Liévin-Bazin, A.; Pineaux, M.; Clerc, O.; Gahr, M.; von Bayern, A. M. P.; Bovet, D.: Emotional responses to conspecific distress calls are modulated by affiliation in cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus). PLoS One 13 (10), e0205314 (2018)
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Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Couples showing off: Audience promotes both male and female multimodal courtship display in a songbird. Science Advances 4 (10), eaat4779 (2018)
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Quispe Valdez, R.; Yohannes, E.; Gahr, M.: Seasonality at the equator: Isotope signatures and hormonal correlates of molt phenology in a non-migratory Amazonian songbird. Frontiers in Zoology 15, 39 (2018)
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D'Amelio, P.; Klumb, M.; Adreani, M. N.; Gahr, M.; Ter Maat, A.: Individual recognition of opposite sex vocalizations in the zebra finch. Scientific Reports 7, 5579 (2017)
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da Silva dos Santos, M.; Kretschmer, R.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Bakker, A.; Gahr, M.; O'Brien, P. C. M.; Ferguson-Smith, M. A.; de Oliveira, E. H. C.: Comparative cytogenetics between two important songbird models: The zebra finch and the canary. PLoS One 12 (1), e0170997 (2017)
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Fuxjager, M. J.; Fusani, L.; Goller, F.; Trost, L.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.; Chiver, I.; Ligon, R. M.; Chew, J.; Schlinger, B. A.: Neuromuscular mechanisms of an elaborate wing display in the golden-collared manakin (Manacus vitellinus). The Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (24), pp. 4681 - 4688 (2017)
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Ma, S.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Power-law scaling of calling dynamics in zebra finches. Scientific Reports 7, 8397 (2017)
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Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Songbird tap dancing produces non-vocal sounds. Bioacoustics 26 (2), pp. 161 - 168 (2017)
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Quispe Valdez, R.; Brazao Protazio, J. M.; Gahr, M.: Seasonal singing of a songbird living near the equator correlates with minimal changes in day length. Scientific Reports 7, 9140 (2017)
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Gill, L.; D'Amelio, P.; Adreani, M. N.; Sagunsky, H.; Gahr, M.; Ter Maat, A.: A minimum-impact, flexible tool to study vocal communication of small animals with precise individual-level resolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), pp. 1349 - 1358 (2016)
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Quispe Valdez, R.; Sèbe, F.; da Silva, M. L.; Gahr, M.: Dawn-song onset coincides with increased HVC androgen receptor expression but is decoupled from high circulating testosterone in an equatorial songbird. Physiology & Behavior 156, pp. 1 - 7 (2016)
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Seltmann, S.; Trost, L.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Natural melatonin fluctuation and its minimally invasive simulation in the zebra finch. PeerJ 4, e1939 (2016)
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Dittrich, F.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Ko, M.-C.; Diales da Rocha, M.; Leitner, S.; Gahr, M.: Wie Geschlechtshormone den Vogelgesang regulieren. Jahrbuch - Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (2015)
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Frankl-Vilches, C.; Kuhl, H.; Werber, M.; Klages, S.; Kerick, M.; Bakker, A.; de Oliveira, E. H. C.; Reusch, C.; Capuano, F.; Vowinckel, J. et al.; Leitner, S.; Ralser, M.; Timmermann, B.; Gahr, M.: Using the canary genome to decipher the evolution of hormone-sensitive gene regulation in seasonal singing birds. Genome Biology 16, 19 (2015)
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Fusani, L.; Gahr, M.: Differential expression of melatonin receptor subtypes MelIa, MelIb and MelIc in relation to melatonin binding in the male songbird brain. Brain, behavior and evolution: Official journal of the J. B. Johnston Club 85 (1), pp. 4 - 14 (2015)
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Gill, L.; Goymann, W.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Patterns of call communication between group-housed zebra finches change during the breeding cycle. eLife 4, e07770 (2015)
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Lobato, M.; Vellema, M.; Gahr, C.; Leitao, A.; de Lima, S.; Geberzahn, N.; Gahr, M.: Mismatch in sexual dimorphism of developing song and song control system in blue-capped cordon-bleus, a songbird species with singing females and males. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 117 (2015)
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Ota, N.; Gahr, M.; Soma, M.: Tap dancing birds: The multimodal mutual courtship display of males and females in a socially monogamous songbird. Scientific Reports 5, 16614 (2015)
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Quispe Valdez, R.; Trappschuh, M.; Gahr, M.; Goymann, W.: Towards more physiological manipulations of hormones in field studies: Comparing the release dynamics of three kinds of testosterone implants, silastic tubing, time-release pellets and beeswax. General and Comparative Endocrinology 212, pp. 100 - 105 (2015)
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