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Weekly Citation Summary 2017 - Week 48

Weekly Citation Summary 2017 - Week 48

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).

Archer, C. R. 2017 Magnetic declination stops migratory birds getting lost at sea. The Journal of Experimental Biology 220, 4324-4324. doi: 10.1242/jeb.147686. Archer3 2017 - featuring Chernetsov18 2017

Barron, A. B. & Plath, J. A. 2017 The evolution of honey bee dance communication: a mechanistic perspective. The Journal of Experimental Biology 220, 4339-4346. doi: 10.1242/jeb.142778. Barron6 2017

Wiltschko, R. & Wiltschko, W. 2017 Considerations on the role of olfactory input in avian navigation. The Journal of Experimental Biology 220, 4347-4350. doi: 10.1242/jeb.168302. Wiltschko123 2017

Peyrache, A., Schieferstein, N. & Buzsáki, G. 2017 Transformation of the head-direction signal into a spatial code. Nature Communications 8, 1752. doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-01908-3. Peyrache2 2017

Berenshtein, I., Paris, C. B., Gildor, H., Fredj, E., Amitai, Y., Lapidot, O. & Kiflawi, M. 2017 Auto-correlated directional swimming can enhance settlement success and connectivity in fish larvae. Journal of Theoretical Biology. doi: Berenshtein2 2017

Nimpf, S., Malkemper, E. P., Lauwers, M., Ushakova, L., Nordmann, G., Wenninger-Weinzierl, A., Burkard, T. R., Jacob, S., Heuser, T., Resch, G. P. & Keays, D. A. 2017 Subcellular analysis of pigeon hair cells implicates vesicular trafficking in cuticulosome formation and maintenance. eLife 6, e29959. doi: 10.7554/eLife.29959. Nimpf1 2017

Jorge, P. E. P., B.V.; Bingman, V.P.; Phillips, J.B. 2017 Involvement of the Avian Dorsal Thalamic Nuclei in Homing Pigeon Navigation. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 11: 213. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2017.00213. Jorge11 2017

  • 01 December 2017
  • Animal Navigation Group

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