G. Neubauer

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The Whiskered Tern population in Poland has rapidly increased from 40 breeding pairs in 1990 to over 1,600 in 2007, with strongest local population in the Upper Vistula River Valley. Owing to rather low pre-breeding and adult apparent survival rates estimated for this population (0.54 and 0.80, respectively) and a delay in accession to reproduction(More)
There are errors in the first paragraph of the Results section, " Relationship between Scaup density and the area of occurrence and biomass of Zebra Mussels. " Please see the corrected paragraph here. The best-supported random part of the model had the effects of region and season and winter as a fixed factor (Table 3: model 1). In subsequent steps, this(More)
The European population of Greater Scaup Aythya marila has experienced an alarming, ~60% decline in numbers over the last two decades. The brackish lagoons of the Odra River Estuary (ORE) in the south-western Baltic Sea, represent an important area for the species during the non-breeding season in Europe. The lagoons regularly support over 20 000 Scaup,(More)
We present the first-ever survival estimates of the Whiskered Tern Chlidonias hybrida, based on the analysis of capture–recapture data (403 adults and 1,484 chicks ringed) collected between 1993 and 2011 in an increasing breeding population in southern Poland. Data were modelled using multistate models with an unobservable state, accounting for the period(More)
Age-related changes in motor endplates were studied in the fibularis longus, semitendinosus and longissimus muscles in pigs. They develop from small, compact AChE-active figures in fetuses to typical myoneuronal synapses with a branched subsynaptical structure of AChE-active units. High correlations were found between size of endplates and both myofibre(More)
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