Leonida Fusani
Leonida Fusani
Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethology, Vet. Univ. Vienna, & Dept. Cognitive Biology, Univ. Vienna
Verified email at univie.ac.at
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Endocrine disrupters: a review of some sources, effects, and mechanisms of actions on behaviour and neuroendocrine systems
C Frye, E Bo, G Calamandrei, L Calza, F Dessě‐Fulgheri, M Fernández, ...
Journal of neuroendocrinology 24 (1), 144-159, 2012
3572012
Distribution of aromatase, estrogen receptor, and androgen receptor mRNA in the forebrain of songbirds and nonsongbirds
R Metzdorf, M Gahr, L Fusani
Journal of Comparative Neurology 407 (1), 115-129, 1999
2051999
Design of playback experiments: the Thornbridge Hall NATO ARW consensus
PK McGregor, CK Catchpole, T Dabelsteen, JB Falls, L Fusani, ...
Playback and studies of animal communication, 1-9, 1992
1961992
Seasonal expression of androgen receptors, estrogen receptors, and aromatase in the canary brain in relation to circulating androgens and estrogens
L Fusani, T Van't Hof, JB Hutchison, M Gahr
Journal of neurobiology 43 (3), 254-268, 2000
1352000
Female choice for male motor skills
J Barske, BA Schlinger, M Wikelski, L Fusani
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1724), 3523-3528, 2011
1332011
Hormonal mechanisms of cooperative behaviour
MC Soares, R Bshary, L Fusani, W Goymann, M Hau, K Hirschenhauser, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
1312010
Body fat influences departure from stopover sites in migratory birds: evidence from whole-island telemetry
W Goymann, F Spina, A Ferri, L Fusani
Biology letters 6 (4), 478-481, 2010
1242010
Low sex steroids, high steroid receptors: increasing the sensitivity of the nonreproductive brain
V Canoine, L Fusani, B Schlinger, M Hau
Developmental Neurobiology 67 (1), 57-67, 2007
1112007
Stopover decision during migration: physiological conditions predict nocturnal restlessness in wild passerines
L Fusani, M Cardinale, C Carere, W Goymann
Biology Letters 5 (3), 302-305, 2009
892009
Testosterone control of male courtship in birds
L Fusani
Hormones and behavior 54 (2), 227-233, 2008
832008
Androgen and the elaborate courtship behavior of a tropical lekking bird
L Fusani, LB Day, V Canoine, D Reinemann, E Hernandez, BA Schlinger
Hormones and behavior 51 (1), 62-68, 2007
702007
Aromatase inhibition affects testosterone‐induced masculinization of song and the neural song system in female canaries
L Fusani, R Metzdorf, JB Hutchison, M Gahr
Journal of neurobiology 54 (2), 370-379, 2003
642003
High‐speed video analysis reveals individual variability in the courtship displays of male golden‐collared manakins
L Fusani, M Giordano, LB Day, BA Schlinger
Ethology 113 (10), 964-972, 2007
622007
Simulation of migratory flight and stopover affects night levels of melatonin in a nocturnal migrant
L Fusani, E Gwinner
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
592004
Testosterone regulates the activity and expression of aromatase in the canary neostriatum
L Fusani, JB Hutchison, M Gahr
Journal of neurobiology 49 (1), 1-8, 2001
572001
Endocrinology in field studies: problems and solutions for the experimental design
L Fusani
General and comparative endocrinology 157 (3), 249-253, 2008
562008
Testosterone and its effects on courtship in golden-collared manakins (Manacus vitellinus): seasonal, sex, and age differences
LB Day, L Fusani, E Hernandez, TJ Billo, KS Sheldon, PM Wise, ...
Hormones and behavior 51 (1), 69-76, 2007
552007
Testosterone affects the acoustic structure of the male call in the grey partridge (Perdix perdix)
L Beani, L Fusani, F Dessi-Fulgheri
Behaviour 128 (3-4), 301-310, 1994
551994
Sexually selected vigilance behaviour of the grey partridge is affected by plasma androgen levels
L Fusani, L Beani, C Lupo, F Dessi'-Fulgheri
Animal behaviour 54 (4), 1013-1018, 1997
501997
Hormonal influence on song structure and organization: the role of estrogen
L Fusani, M Gahr
Neuroscience 138 (3), 939-946, 2006
482006
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