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Mag-01: Magneto-sensitivity in animals

Magneto-sensitivity in animals

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Burger, T., Lucova, M., Moritz, R.E., Oelschlager, H. H. A., Druga, R., Burda, H., Wiltschko, W., Wiltschko, R., Nemec, P., 2010, Changing and shielded magnetic fields suppress c-Fos expression in the navigation circuit: input from the magnetosensory system contributes to the internal representation of space in a subterranean mammal: Journal of the Royal Society: Vol.7 (No. 50):1275-1295
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Freire, R., Dunston, E., Fowler, E.M., McKenzie, G.L., Quinn, C.T., Michelsen, J., 2012, Conditioned response to a magnetic anomaly in the Pekin duck (Anas platyrhynchos domestica) involves the trigeminal nerve. Journal of Experimental Biology: Vol. 215:2399-2404

Freire, R., Eastwood M. A., Joyce M., 2011, Minor beak trimming in chickens leads to loss of mechanoreception and magnetoreception. Journal of Animal Science: Vol.89 (No.4): 1201-1206

Wiltschko, R., Dehe, L., Gehring, D., Thalau, P., Wiltschko, W., 2012 Interactions between the visual and the magnetoreception system: Different effects of bichromatic light regimes on the directional behavior of migratory birds. Journal of Physiology – Paris

Wiltschko, R., Denzau, S., Gehring, D., Thalau, P., Wiltschko, W., 2011, Magnetic orientation of migratory robins, Erithacus rubecula, under long-wavelength light. The Journal of Experimental Biology: Vol. 214: 3096-3101