Manfred Gahr
Manfred Gahr
MPI Ornithology
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The honesty of bird song: multiple constraints for multiple traits
D Gil, M Gahr
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 17 (3), 133-141, 2002
Neural mechanisms of birdsong memory
JJ Bolhuis, M Gahr
Nature reviews neuroscience 7 (5), 347-357, 2006
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
Estrogen receptors in the avian brain: survey reveals general distribution and forebrain areas unique to songbirds
M Gahr, HR Güttinger, DE Kroodsma
Journal of Comparative Neurology 327 (1), 112-122, 1993
Neural song control system of hummingbirds: comparison to swifts, vocal learning (songbirds) and nonlearning (suboscines) passerines, and vocal learning (budgerigars) and …
M Gahr
Journal of Comparative Neurology 426 (2), 182-196, 2000
Distribution and dynamics in the expression of androgen and estrogen receptors in vocal control systems of songbirds
M Gahr, R Metzdorf
Brain research bulletin 44 (4), 509-517, 1997
Delineation of a brain nucleus: comparisons of cytochemical, hodological, and cytoarchitectural views of the song control nucleus HVc of the adult canary
M Gahr
Journal of Comparative Neurology 294 (1), 30-36, 1990
Immunocytochemical localization of estrogen-binding neurons in the songbird brain
M Gahr, G Flügge, HR Güttinger
Brain research 402 (1), 173-177, 1987
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
Distribution of estrogen receptors in the brain of the Japanese quail: an immunocytochemical study
J Balthazart, M Gahr, C Surlemont
Brain research 501 (2), 205-214, 1989
An unbiased molecular approach using 3′-UTRs resolves the avian family-level tree of life
H Kuhl, C Frankl-Vilches, A Bakker, G Mayr, G Nikolaus, ST Boerno, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 38 (1), 108-127, 2021
Seasonal changes in the song pattern of the non-domesticated island canary (Serinus canaria), a field study
S Leitner, C Voigt, M Gahr
Behaviour, 885-904, 2001
Estrogen-inducible, sex-specific expression of brain-derived neurotrophic factor mRNA in a forebrain song control nucleus of the juvenile zebra finch
F Dittrich, Y Feng, R Metzdorf, M Gahr
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (14), 8241-8246, 1999
Developmental changes in estrogen-sensitive neurons in the forebrain of the zebra finch.
M Gahr, M Konishi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (19), 7380-7383, 1988
Early condition, song learning, and the volume of song brain nuclei in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata)
D Gil, M Naguib, K Riebel, A Rutstein, M Gahr
Journal of neurobiology 66 (14), 1602-1612, 2006
Tap dancing birds: the multimodal mutual courtship display of males and females in a socially monogamous songbird
N Ota, M Gahr, M Soma
Scientific reports 5 (1), 16614, 2015
The sexually dimorphic expression of androgen receptors in the song nucleus hyperstriatalis ventrale pars caudale of the zebra finch develops independently of gonadal steroids
M Gahr, R Metzdorf
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (7), 2628-2636, 1999
Distribution of sex steroid hormone receptors in the avian brain: functional implications for neural sex differences and sexual behaviors
M Gahr
Microscopy research and technique 55 (1), 1-11, 2001
Comparisons of different methods to train a young zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) to learn a song
S Derégnaucourt, C Poirier, A Van der Kant, A Van der Linden, M Gahr
Journal of Physiology-Paris 107 (3), 210-218, 2013
Sex difference in the size of the neural song control regions in a dueting songbird with similar song repertoire size of males and females
M Gahr, E Sonnenschein, W Wickler
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (3), 1124-1131, 1998
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