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Evidence for a non-gradual pattern of call development in auks (Alcidae, Charadriiformes)
AbstractBirds that do not possess vocal learning exhibit contrasting styles of vocal development. For some Anseriformes, Galliformes and Charadrii species, gradual changes of call-frequency variablesExpand
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Singing of Claudia’s Leaf-warbler (Phylloscopus claudiae) in aggressive contexts: role of song rate, song type diversity and song type transitional pattern
AbstractIn many songbirds, males vary certain aspects of their singing behavior when engaged in territorial interactions. Song rate, song type switching rate, song matching, song overlapping, and theExpand
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Differences in song repertoire organization in two leaf warbler species (Phylloscopidae), the large-billed leaf warbler (Phylloscopus magnirostris) and the sulfur-breasted leaf warbler (Phylloscopus
Distinct song types that constitute the song repertoire can be identified in the singing of males of many passerine bird species. Song repertoires and the organization of singing in two ChineseExpand
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Gold nanoparticles as structurizing agents for the formation of hybrid nanocomposites
Two types of transparent gold-containing organo-inorganic hybrid gels (polymer nanocomposites) in which gold nanoparticles (nano-Au) are efficient species were synthesized. The stage of hybrid gelExpand
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Song Does Not Function as a Signal of Direct Aggression in Two Leaf-Warbler Species
Abstract In many songbirds, males vary aspects of their singing behaviour when engaged in territorial interactions. Song rate, song type switching rate, song matching, song overlapping, and the useExpand
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The effect on nitrogen oxide emission from agricultural soils
The study investigates the effect of biochar on nitrous oxide emission in Endoargic Anthrosols in the southern territory of the Russian Far East. Biochar (bio-charcoal) was applied in the amounts ofExpand
Lack of habitat segregation and no interspecific territoriality in three syntopic cryptic species of the golden‐spectacled warblers Phylloscopus (Seicercus) burkii complex
It is widely accepted that exploitative competition prevents the coexistence of any two or more closely‐related species unless differences exists in their ecological niches and resource use. InExpand