Publications of Hans Georg Wallraff

Journal Article (97)

1993
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Wallraff, H. G.: Correct and false olfactory orientation of homing pigeons as depending on geographical relationships between release site and home site. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 32 (3), pp. 147 - 155 (1993)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Kiepenheuer, J.; Streng, A.: Further experiments on olfactory navigation and non-olfactory pilotage by homing pigeons. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 32 (6), pp. 387 - 390 (1993)
1992
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Streng, A.; Wallraff, H. G.: Attempts to determine the roles of visual and olfactory inputs in initial orientation and homing of pigeons over familiar terrain. Ethology 91 (3), pp. 203 - 219 (1992)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Kiepenheuer, J.; Neumann, M. F.; Sinsch, U.: Microclimatic origin of inhaled air affects olfactory navigation of homing pigeons. Experientia: interdisciplinary journal for the life sciences 48 (11-12), pp. 1153 - 1158 (1992)
1991
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Wallraff, H. G.: Conceptual approaches to avian navigation systems. Experientia: interdisciplinary journal for the life sciences 60 (Supplementum, Orientation in Birds), pp. 128 - 165 (1991)
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Wallraff, H. G.: Critical comments on the discussion about olfactory navigation in homing pigeons. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 84, p. 368 (1991)
1990
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Wallraff, H. G.: Navigation by homing pigeons. Ethology, Ecology & Evolution 2 (1), pp. 81 - 115 (1990)
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Wallraff, H. G.: Conceptual approaches to avian navigation systems. Experientia: interdisciplinary journal for the life sciences 46 (4), pp. 379 - 388 (1990)
1989
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Wallraff, H. G.: Simulated navigation based on assumed gradients of atmospheric trace gases (Models on pigeon homing 2). Journal of Theoretical Biology 138 (4), pp. 511 - 528 (1989)
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Wallraff, H. G.: Simulated navigation based on unreliable sources of information (Models on pigeon homing 1). Journal of Theoretical Biology 137 (1), pp. 1 - 19 (1989)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Neumann, M. F.: Contribution of olfactory navigation and non-olfactory pilotage to pigeon homing. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 25 (4), pp. 293 - 302 (1989)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Neumann, M. F.; Sinsch, U.: Orientation and homing success of experienced and inexperienced anosmic pigeons. Ethology, Ecology & Evolution 1 (1), pp. 47 - 64 (1989)
1988
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Neuss, M.; Wallraff, H. G.: Orientation of displaced homing pigeons with shifted circadian clocks: Prediction vs observation. Die Naturwissenschaften 75 (7), pp. 363 - 365 (1988)
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Wallraff, H. G.: Olfactory deprivation in pigeons: Examination of methods applied in homing experiments. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology 89 (4), pp. 621 - 629 (1988)
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Wallraff, H. G.: Navigation mit Duftkarte und Sonnenkompaß: Das Heimfindevermögen der Brieftauben. Die Naturwissenschaften 75 (8), pp. 380 - 392 (1988)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Sinsch, U.: The "outward-journey problem" in pigeon homing: Reply to Wiltschko and Wiltschko (1988). Ethology 78 (3), pp. 254 - 255 (1988)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Sinsch, U.: The role of "outward-journey information" in homing experiments with pigeons: New data on ontogeny of navigation and general survey. Ethology 77 (1), pp. 10 - 27 (1988)
1986
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Wallraff, H. G.: Directional components derived from initial-orientation data of inexperienced homing pigeons. Journal of Comparative Physiology A-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 159 (2), pp. 143 - 159 (1986)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Benvenuti, S.; Foa, A.: Attempts to reveal the nature of apparent residual homeward orientation in anosmic pigeons - application of magnetic-fields. Monitore Zoologico Italiano-Italian Journal of Zoology 20 (4), pp. 401 - 423 (1986)
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Wallraff, H. G.; Papi, F.; Ioale, P.; Benvenuti, S.: Magnetic-fields affect pigeon navigation only while the birds can smell atmospheric odors. Die Naturwissenschaften 73 (4), pp. 215 - 217 (1986)
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