Frontiers in Zoology 2007

Series/Periodical/Journal: Frontiers in Zoology

Publisher: Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft
Prof. Dr. Jacob Engelmann
Universität Bielefeld
AG Active Sensing, UHG N7-117
Postfach 100131
33501 Bielefeld, Deutschland
Tel.: +49 (0)521 106-4641
E-Mail:jacob.engelmann@uni-bielefeld.de
URL: https://www.dzg-ev.de/

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Articles (24)

  • Analysis of a possible independent origin of triploid P. formosa outside of the Río…Susanne Schories, Kathrin P. Lampert, Dunja K. Lamatsch, Francisco J. …
    Susanne Schories, Kathrin P. Lampert, Dunja K. Lamatsch, Francisco J. Garcia de Leon, Manfred Schartl (2007): Analysis of a possible independent origin of triploid P. formosa outside of the Río Purificación river system – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-13-99.
  • Analysis of the immune-related transcriptome of a lophotrochozoan model, the marine annelid…Boran Altincicek, Andreas Vilcinskas
    Boran Altincicek, Andreas Vilcinskas (2007): Analysis of the immune-related transcriptome of a lophotrochozoan model, the marine annelid Platynereis dumerilii – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-18-0010.
  • An evaluation of LSU rDNA D1-D2 sequences for their use in species identificationRainer Sonnenberg, Arne Nolte, Diethard Tautz
    Rainer Sonnenberg, Arne Nolte, Diethard Tautz (2007): An evaluation of LSU rDNA D1-D2 sequences for their use in species identification – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-6-0012.
  • A new look at the ventral nerve centre of Sagitta: implications for the phylogenetic position of…Steffen Harzsch, Carsten H. G. Müller
    Steffen Harzsch, Carsten H.G. Müller (2007): A new look at the ventral nerve centre of Sagitta: implications for the phylogenetic position of Chaetognatha (arrow worms) and the evolution of the bilaterian nervous system – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-14-0015.
  • A novel and ancient group of type I keratins with members in bichir, sturgeon and garMichael Schaffeld, Max Haberkamp, Sonja Schätzlein, Sebastian Neumann, …
    Michael Schaffeld, Max Haberkamp, Sonja Schätzlein, Sebastian Neumann, Christian Hunzinger (2007): A novel and ancient group of type I keratins with members in bichir, sturgeon and gar – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-16-0009.
  • Apparent survival of the salamander Salamandra salamandra is low because of high migratory activityBenedikt R. Schmidt, Michael Schaub, Sebastian Steinfartz
    Benedikt R. Schmidt, Michael Schaub, Sebastian Steinfartz (2007): Apparent survival of the salamander Salamandra salamandra is low because of high migratory activity – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-19-0007.
  • Clouded leopard phylogeny revisited: support for species recognition and population division…Andreas Wilting, Valerie A. Buckley-Beason, Heike Feldhaar, Jürgen Gadau,…
    Andreas Wilting, Valerie A. Buckley-Beason, Heike Feldhaar, Jürgen Gadau, Stephen O'Brien, Karl Eduard Linsenmair (2007): Clouded leopard phylogeny revisited: support for species recognition and population division between Borneo and Sumatra – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-15-0010.
  • Data congruence, paedomorphosis and salamandersTorsten H. Struck
    Torsten H. Struck (2007): Data congruence, paedomorphosis and salamanders – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-22-0027.
  • Desert ants do not acquire and use a three-dimensional global vectorGunnar Grah, Rüdiger Wehner, Bernhard Ronacher
    Gunnar Grah, Rüdiger Wehner, Bernhard Ronacher (2007): Desert ants do not acquire and use a three-dimensional global vector – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-12-0017.
  • Do cleaning organisms reduce the stress response of client reef fish?Redouan Bshary, Rui F. Oliveira, Tania S. F. Oliveira, Adelino V. M. …
    Redouan Bshary, Rui F. Oliveira, Tania S.F. Oliveira, Adelino V.M. Canario (2007): Do cleaning organisms reduce the stress response of client reef fish? – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-21-0008.
  • Does the DNA barcoding gap exist? – a case study in blue butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae)Martin Wiemers, Konrad Fiedler
    Martin Wiemers, Konrad Fiedler (2007): Does the DNA barcoding gap exist? – a case study in blue butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-8-0016.
  • Duplicated Hox genes in the spider Cupiennius saleiEvelyn E. Schwager, Michael Schoppmeier, Matthias Pechmann, Wim GM Damen
    Evelyn E. Schwager, Michael Schoppmeier, Matthias Pechmann, Wim GM Damen (2007): Duplicated Hox genes in the spider Cupiennius salei – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-10-0011.
  • Evidence for recent gene flow between north-eastern and south-eastern Madagascan poison frogs from…Falitiana CE Rabemananjara, Ylenia Chiari, Olga Ravoahangimalala…
    Falitiana CE Rabemananjara, Ylenia Chiari, Olga Ravoahangimalala Ramilijaona, Miguel Vences (2007): Evidence for recent gene flow between north-eastern and south-eastern Madagascan poison frogs from a phylogeography of the Mantella cowani group – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-1-0010.
  • Galápagos and Californian sea lions are separate species: Genetic analysis of the genus Zalophus…Jochen B. W. Wolf, Diethard Tautz, Franz Trillmich
    Jochen B.W. Wolf, Diethard Tautz, Franz Trillmich (2007): Galápagos and Californian sea lions are separate species: Genetic analysis of the genus Zalophus and its implications for conservation management – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-20-0013.
  • Genomic and gene regulatory signatures of cryptozoic adaptation: Loss of blue sensitive…Magdalena Jackowska, Riyue Bao, Zhenyi Liu, Elizabeth C. McDonald, …
    Magdalena Jackowska, Riyue Bao, Zhenyi Liu, Elizabeth C. McDonald, Tiffany A. Cook, Markus Friedrich (2007): Genomic and gene regulatory signatures of cryptozoic adaptation: Loss of blue sensitive photoreceptors through expansion of long wavelength-opsin expression in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-24-0011.
  • Host habitat assessment by a parasitoid using fungal volatilesSven Steiner, Daniel Erdmann, Johannes L. M. Steidle, Joachim Ruther
    Sven Steiner, Daniel Erdmann, Johannes L. M. Steidle, Joachim Ruther (2007): Host habitat assessment by a parasitoid using fungal volatiles – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-3-0010.
  • Light-dependent magnetoreception in birds: increasing intensity of monochromatic light changes the…Roswitha Wiltschko, Kathrin Stapput, Hans-Joachim Bischof, Wolfgang Wiltschko
    Roswitha Wiltschko, Kathrin Stapput, Hans-Joachim Bischof, Wolfgang Wiltschko (2007): Light-dependent magnetoreception in birds: increasing intensity of monochromatic light changes the nature of the response – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-5-0012.
  • Mating behaviour in the sea slug Elysia timida (Opisthobranchia, Sacoglossa): hypodermic…Valerie Schmitt, Nils Anthes, Nico K. Michiels
    Valerie Schmitt, Nils Anthes, Nico K. Michiels (2007): Mating behaviour in the sea slug Elysia timida (Opisthobranchia, Sacoglossa): hypodermic injection, sperm transfer and balanced reciprocity – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-17-0009.
  • Molecular biogeography of Europe: Pleistocene cycles and postglacial trendsThomas Schmitt
    Thomas Schmitt (2007): Molecular biogeography of Europe: Pleistocene cycles and postglacial trends – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-11-13.
  • Molecular species identification boosts bat diversityFrieder Mayer, Christian Dietz, Andreas Kiefer
    Frieder Mayer, Christian Dietz, Andreas Kiefer (2007): Molecular species identification boosts bat diversity – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-4-0005.
  • Morphometric characterisation of wing feathers of the barn owl Tyto alba pratincola and the pigeon…Thomas Bachmann, Stephan Klän, Werner Baumgartner, Michael Klaassen, …
    Thomas Bachmann, Stephan Klän, Werner Baumgartner, Michael Klaassen, Wolfgang Schröder, Hermann Wagner (2007): Morphometric characterisation of wing feathers of the barn owl Tyto alba pratincola and the pigeon Columba livia – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-23-0015.
  • Spot the match – wildlife photo-identification using information theoryConrad W. Speed, Mark G. Meekan, Corey J. A. Bradshaw
    Conrad W. Speed, Mark G. Meekan, Corey J.A. Bradshaw (2007): Spot the match – wildlife photo-identification using information theory – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-2-0011.
  • The exceptional stem cell system of Macrostomum lignano: Screening for gene expression and…Daniela Pfister, Katrien De Mulder, Isabelle Philipp, Georg Kuales, …
    Daniela Pfister, Katrien De Mulder, Isabelle Philipp, Georg Kuales, Martina Hrouda, Paul Eichberger, Gaetan Borgonie, Volker Hartenstein, Peter Ladurner (2007): The exceptional stem cell system of Macrostomum lignano: Screening for gene expression and studying cell proliferation by hydroxyurea treatment and irradiation – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-9-0014.
  • Workers of a drywood termite do not workJudith Korb
    Judith Korb (2007): Workers of a drywood termite do not work – Frontiers in Zoology – 2007: 0001-7-0007.