Berry Pinshow

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Be'er Sheva, South District, Israel 
Physiological and Biophysical Ecology
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Wojciechowski MS, Yosef R, Pinshow B. (2014) Body composition of north and southbound migratory blackcaps is influenced by the lay‐of‐the‐land ahead Journal of Avian Biology. 45: 264-272
Tsurim I, Sapir N, Belmaker J, et al. (2008) Drinking water boosts food intake rate, body mass increase and fat accumulation in migratory blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla). Oecologia. 156: 21-30
Hambly C, Pinshow B, Wiersma P, et al. (2004) Comparison of the cost of short flights in a nectarivorous and a non-nectarivorous bird. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 207: 3959-68
Tets IGv, Korine C, Roxburgh L, et al. (2001) Changes in the composition of the urine of yellow-vented bulbuls (Pycnonotus xanthopygos): the effects of ambient temperature, nitrogen, and water intake. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 74: 853-857
Ward D, Pinshow B. (1995) Temperature regulation of the great grey shrike (Lanius excubitor) in the Negev desert—I. Laboratory measurements of metabolic rate and evaporative water loss Journal of Thermal Biology. 20: 263-269
Pinshow B, Porter WP. (1992) Water and Energy Limitations on Flight Duration in Small Migrating Birds The Auk. 109: 268-276
Alkon PU, Degen AA, Pinshow B, et al. (1985) Phenology, diet, and water turnover rates of Negev desert chukars Journal of Arid Environments. 9: 51-61
Alkon PU, Pinshow B, Degen AA. (1982) Seasonal Water Turnover Rates and Body Water Volumes in Desert Chukars The Condor. 84: 332
Degen AA, Pinshow B, Alkon PU. (1982) Water Flux in Chukar Partridges (Alectoris chukar) and a Comparison with Other Birds Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 55: 64-71
Pinshow B, Fedak MA, Schmidt-Nielsen K. (1977) Terrestrial locomotion in penguins: it costs more to waddle. Science (New York, N.Y.). 195: 592-4
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