Beate Apfelbeck, PhD - Publications

Affiliations: 
University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 

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2019 Apfelbeck B, Haussmann MF, Boner W, Flinks H, Griffiths K, Illera JC, Mortega KG, Sisson Z, Smiddy P, Helm B. Divergent patterns of telomere shortening in tropical compared to temperate stonechats. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 511-521. PMID 30680132 DOI: 10.1002/Ece3.4769  1
2017 Apfelbeck B, Helm B, Illera JC, Mortega KG, Smiddy P, Evans NP. Baseline and stress-induced levels of corticosterone in male and female Afrotropical and European temperate stonechats during breeding. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 17: 114. PMID 28532466 DOI: 10.1186/S12862-017-0960-9  0.52
2017 Apfelbeck B, Mortega KG, Flinks H, Illera JC, Helm B. Testosterone, territorial response, and song in seasonally breeding tropical and temperate stonechats. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 17: 101. PMID 28412929 DOI: 10.1186/S12862-017-0944-9  1
2016 Apfelbeck B, Flinks H, Goymann W. Territorial aggression does not feed back on testosterone in a multiple-brooded songbird species with breeding and non-breeding season territoriality, the European stonechat. Hormones and Behavior. PMID 27838361 DOI: 10.1016/J.Yhbeh.2016.11.002  1
2015 Goymann W, Villavicencio CP, Apfelbeck B. Does a short-term increase in testosterone affect the intensity or persistence of territorial aggression? - An approach using an individual's hormonal reactive scope to study hormonal effects on behavior. Physiology & Behavior. 149: 310-6. PMID 26122036 DOI: 10.1016/J.Physbeh.2015.06.029  1
2014 Villavicencio CP, Apfelbeck B, Goymann W. Parental care, loss of paternity and circulating levels of testosterone and corticosterone in a socially monogamous song bird. Frontiers in Zoology. 11: 11. PMID 24517241 DOI: 10.1186/1742-9994-11-11  1
2013 Villavicencio CP, Apfelbeck B, Goymann W. Experimental induction of social instability during early breeding does not alter testosterone levels in male black redstarts, a socially monogamous songbird. Hormones and Behavior. 64: 461-7. PMID 23981955 DOI: 10.1016/J.Yhbeh.2013.08.005  1
2013 Apfelbeck B, Mortega KG, Kiefer S, Kipper S, Goymann W. Life-history and hormonal control of aggression in black redstarts: Blocking testosterone does not decrease territorial aggression, but changes the emphasis of vocal behaviours during simulated territorial intrusions. Frontiers in Zoology. 10: 8. PMID 23433033 DOI: 10.1186/1742-9994-10-8  1
2013 Apfelbeck B, Mortega K, Kiefer S, Kipper S, Vellema M, Villavicencio CP, Gahr M, Goymann W. Associated and disassociated patterns in hormones, song, behavior and brain receptor expression between life-cycle stages in male black redstarts, Phoenicurus ochruros. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 184: 93-102. PMID 23337030 DOI: 10.1016/J.Ygcen.2012.11.027  1
2012 Apfelbeck B, Kiefer S, Mortega KG, Goymann W, Kipper S. Testosterone affects song modulation during simulated territorial intrusions in male black redstarts (Phoenicurus ochruros). Plos One. 7: e52009. PMID 23284852 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0052009  1
2011 Apfelbeck B, Stegherr J, Goymann W. Simulating winning in the wild--the behavioral and hormonal response of black redstarts to single and repeated territorial challenges of high and low intensity. Hormones and Behavior. 60: 565-71. PMID 21872602 DOI: 10.1016/J.Yhbeh.2011.08.005  1
2011 Apfelbeck B, Goymann W. Ignoring the challenge? Male black redstarts (Phoenicurus ochruros) do not increase testosterone levels during territorial conflicts but they do so in response to gonadotropin-releasing hormone. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 278: 3233-42. PMID 21325321 DOI: 10.1098/Rspb.2011.0098  1
2008 Apfelbeck B, Raess M. Behavioural and hormonal effects of social isolation and neophobia in a gregarious bird species, the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Hormones and Behavior. 54: 435-41. PMID 18514197 DOI: 10.1016/J.Yhbeh.2008.04.003  1
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