Friederike Woog

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Changes in morphology have been postulated as one of the responses of animals to global warming, with increasing ambient temperatures leading to decreasing body size. However, the results of previous studies are inconsistent. Problems related to the analyses of trends in body size may be related to the short-term nature of data sets, to the selection of(More)
Peck rates (pecks/min) were used to compare the relative frequencies of food intake of Greylag Geese (Anser anser) of different gosling ages and of different social statuses. As the goslings grew up, their peck rates increased, and by the time of fledging they had reached the level of nonbreeders. Parent birds pecked the fastest. This may be due to the fact(More)
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