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Weekly Citation Summary 2018 - Week 4

Weekly Citation Summary 2018 - Week 4

The following are titles of recently published papers focussing on navigation and orientation. Summaries of all have been circulated to members of the Animal Navigation Forum and full papers are available in the ANG Resources directory at the link below (available to non-members).

Wood, R. A., Bauza, M., Krupic, J., Burton, S., Delekate, A., Chan, D. & O’Keefe, J. 2018 The honeycomb maze provides a novel test to study hippocampal-dependent spatial navigation. Nature. doi: 10.1038/nature25433. Wood9 2018

Tucker, M. A et al. 2018 Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements. Science 359, 466-469. doi: 10.1126/science.aam9712. Tucker14 2018

Jacobson, A., Chen, Z. & Milford, M. 2018 Leveraging variable sensor spatial acuity with a homogeneous, multi-scale place recognition framework. Biological Cybernetics. doi: 10.1007/s00422-017-0745-7. Jacobson1 2018

Kuehn, E., Chen, X., Geise, P., Oltmer, J. & Wolbers, T. 2018 Social targets improve body-based and environment-based strategies during spatial navigation. Experimental Brain Research. doi: 10.1007/s00221-018-5169-7. Kuehn3 2018

Hunsaker, M. R. & Kesner, R. P. 2018 Unfolding the cognitive map: The role of hippocampal and extra-hippocampal substrates based on a systems analysis of spatial processing. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 147, 90-119. doi: 10.1016/j.nlm.2017.11.012. Hunsaker1 2018

Mosabbir, A. A. & Truong, K. 2018 Genetically-encoded circuit for remote regulation of cell migration by magnetic fields. ACS Synthetic Biology. doi: 10.1021/acssynbio.7b00415. Mosabbir1 2018

Contina, A., Bridge, E. S., Ross, J. D., Shipley, J. R. & Kelly, J. F. 2018 Examination of Clock and Adcyap1 gene variation in a neotropical migratory passerine. PLOS ONE 13, e0190859. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0190859. Contina2 2018

Krichen, S., Liu, L. & Sharma, P. 2017 Biological cell as a soft magnetoelectric material: Elucidating the physical mechanisms underpinning the detection of magnetic fields by animals. Physical Review E 96, 042404. doi. Krichen1 2017

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  • 26 January 2018
  • Animal Navigation Group

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