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Unexpected diversity in socially synchronized rhythms of shorebirds
The behavioural rhythms of organisms are thought to be under strong selection, influenced by the rhythmicity of the environment. Such behavioural rhythms are well studied in isolated individualsExpand
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Flexible parental care: Uniparental incubation in biparentally incubating shorebirds
The relative investment of females and males into parental care might depend on the population’s adult sex-ratio. For example, all else being equal, males should be the more caring sex if theExpand
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Parental incubation exchange in a territorial bird species involves sex-specific signalling
BackgroundEffective communication between sexual partners is essential for successful reproduction. Avian parents with biparental incubation need to know how to negotiate, when and who will incubate,Expand
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Diversity of incubation rhythms in a facultatively uniparental shorebird – the Northern Lapwing
In birds, incubation by both parents is a common form of care for eggs. Although the involvement of the two parents may vary dramatically between and within pairs, as well as over the course of theExpand
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Coping with nest predation risk in a species-rich bird community inhabiting a Siberian wetland
Abstract. Birds protect their nests against predators in various ways. In addition to active defence, they can hide their nests or use the protection of other species breeding nearby that activelyExpand
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Diverse incubation rhythms in a facultatively uniparental shorebird – the Northern Lapwing
Incubation by both parents is the most common form of care for eggs. Although the involvement of the two parents may vary dramatically between and within pairs, as well as over the day and breedingExpand
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Great variability in nest lining size: support for thermoregulation but not for anti-predatory adaptation hypothesis
AbstractNest lining is a key component in nests of many bird species. Among ground-nesting birds with open nests, it usually consists of dry sticks and stalks creating a thermoregulatory insulatingExpand
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Flexible parental care: Uniparental incubation in biparentally incubating shorebirds
Recent findings suggest that relative investment of females and males into parental care depends on the population’s adult sex-ratio. For example, all else being equal, males should be the moreExpand
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Old habits in a new habitat: breeding requirements of the Little Ringed Plover fit into intensively managed arable land
Arable land is habitat maintained by man that is inhabited by many steppe and wetland species. Due to the intensification of agriculture during the twentieth century, many of these species went intoExpand
Správa času - Android aplikace s filosofiı́ First-Things-First
Abstrakt Práce popisuje návrh a implementaci mobilnı́ aplikace na správu času. Koncept správy času vycházı́ z filosofie First-Things-First, která má za cı́l nejen pomoci s plánovánı́m času, ale véstExpand