Publications

Total found: 82 records
Amo L., Mrázová A., Saavedra I., Sam K. (2022) Exogenous application of methyl jasmonate increases emissions of volatile organic compounds in Pyrenean Oak Trees, Quercus pyrenaica. Biology 11: article number: 84.
DOI: 10.3390/biology11010084
Bodawatta K.H., Klečková I., Klečka J., Pužejová K., Koane B., Poulsen M., Jønsson K.A. , Sam K. (2022) Specific gut bacterial responses to natural diets of tropical birds. Scientific Reports 12: article number: 713.
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-04808-9
Pujolar J.M., Blom M.P.K., Reeve A.H., Kennedy J., Marki P.Z., Korneliussen T.S., Freeman B.G., Sam K., Linck E., Haryoko T., Iova B., Koane B., Maiah G., Paul L., Irestedt M., Jønsson K.A. (2022) The formation of avian montane diversity across barriers and along elevational gradients. Nature Communications 13: article number: 268.
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27858-5
Amick P.K., Sam K., Drumo G., Toko P., Novotný V. (2021) Bats can reach 3626 m a.s.l. in Papua New Guinea: altitudinal range extensions for six rainforest bat species. Mammalia Early View: DOI: 10.1515/mammalia-2020-0169
Bodawatta K.H., Freiberga I., Pužejová K., Sam K., Poulsen M., Jonsson K. (2021) Flexibility and resilience of great tit (Parus major) gut microbiomes to changing diets. Animal Microbiome 3: article number: 20.
DOI: 10.1186/s42523-021-00076-6
Bodawatta K.H., Koane B., Maiah G., Sam K., Poulsen M., Jonsson K. (2021) Species-specific but not phylosymbiotic gut microbiomes of New Guinean passerine birds are shaped by diet and flight-associated gut modifications. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288: article number: 20210446.
DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2021.0446
Finnie S., Sam K., Leponce M., Basset Y. F., Drew D., Schutze M.K., Dahl C. N., Damang M., Dilu M., Gewa B., Kaupa B., Keltim M., Koane B., Kua J., Lilip R., Mogia M., Philip F., Ray B., Sam L., Tulai S., Uma C., Umari R., Valeba J., Yalang J., Novotný V. (2021) Assemblages of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) along an elevational gradient in the rainforests of Papua New Guinea. Insect Conservation and Diversity 14: 348-355.
DOI: 10.1111/icad.12456
Kik A., Adamec M., Aikhenvald A.Y., Bajzeková J., Baro N., Bowern C., Colwell R., Drozd P., Duda P., Ibalim S., Ré Jorge L., Mogina J., Ruli B., Sam K., Sarvasy H., Saulei S., Weiblen G., Zrzavý J., Novotný V. (2021) Language and ethnobiological skills decline precipitously in Papua New Guinea, the world's most linguistically diverse nation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 118: e2100096118.
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2100096118
Milá B., Bruxaux J., Friis G., Sam K., Ashari H., Thébaud C. (2021) A new, undescribed species of Melanocharis berrypecker from western New Guinea and the evolutionary history of the family Melanocharitidae. Ibis 163: 1310-1329.
DOI: 10.1111/ibi.12981
Rachakonda S., Sam K., Dayananda S.K., Goodale U. M.., Kotagama S.W., Goodale E. (2021) Endemicity and land-use type influence the abundance-range-size relationship of birds on tropical island. Journal of Animal Ecology 90: 460-470.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.13379
Rachakonda S., Si X., Sam K., Liu J., Dayananda S., Goodale U., Kotagama S., Goodale E. (2021) Land use and elevation interact to shape bird functional and phylogenetic diversity and structure: Implications for designing optimal agriculture landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology 58: 1738-1748.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13927
Sam K., Kovářová E., Freiberga I., Uthe H., Weinhold A., Ré Jorge L., Rachakonda S. (2021) Great tits (Parus major) flexibly learn that herbivore-induced plant volatiles indicate prey location: An experimental evidence with two tree species. Ecology and Evolution 11: 10917-10925.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.7869
Valdés-Correcher E., Moreira X., Augusto L., Barbaro L., Bouget C., Bouriaud O., Branco M., Centenaro G., Csóka G., Damestoy T., et al., Mrázová A., Opgennoorth L., Pitkänen J.-M., Popova A., Popović M., Prinzing A., Queloz V., Roslin T., Sallé A., Sam K., Scherer-Lorenzen M., Schuldt A., Selikhovkin A., Suominen L., Tack A.J.M., Tahadlová M., Thomas R., Castagneyrol B. (2021) Search for top-down and bottom-up drivers of latitudinal trends in insect herbivory in oak trees in Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography 30: 651-665.
DOI: 10.1111/geb.13244
Aslam M., Nedvěd O., Sam K. (2020) Attacks by predators on artificial cryptic and aposematic insect larvae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 168: 184-190.
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12877
Bodawatta K.H., Pužejová K., Sam K., Poulsen M., Jonsson K. (2020) Cloacal swabs and alcohol bird specimens are good proxies for compositional analyses of gut microbial communities of Great tits (Parus major). Animal Microbiome 2: article number: 9.
DOI: 10.1186/s42523-020-00026-8
Bodawatta K.H., Schierbech S.K., Petersen N.R., Sam K., Bos N., Jonsson K., Poulsen M. (2020) Great tit (Parus major) uropygial gland microbiomes and their potential defensive roles. Frontiers in Microbiology 11: article number: 1735.
DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.01735
Bodawatta K.H., Synek P., Bos N., Garcia-del-Rey E., Koane B., Marki P. Z., Albrecht T., Lifjeld J., Poulsen M., Munclinger P., Sam K., Jonsson K. (2020) Spatiotemporal patterns of avian host-parasite interactions in the face of biogeographical range expansions. Molecular Ecology 29: 2431-2448.
DOI: 10.1111/mec.15486
Castagneyrol B., Valdés-Correcher E., Bourdin A., Barbaro L., Bouriaud O., Branco M., Centenaro G., et al., Mrázová A., Opgennoorth L., Pitkänen J.-M., Popović M., Roslin T.V., Scherer-Lorenzen M., Sam K., Tahadlová M., Thomas R., Tack A.J.M. (2020) Can school children support ecological research? Lessons from the Oak Bodyguard citizien science project. Citizien Science: Theory and Practice 5: article number: 10.
DOI: 10.5334/cstp.267
Garg, K.M., Chattopadhyay, B., Koane B., Koane B., Sam K., Rheindt F.E. (2020) Last Glacial Maximum led to community-wide population expansion in a montane songbird radiation in highland Papua New Guinea. BMC Evolutionary Biology 20: article number: 82.
DOI: 10.1186/s12862-020-01646-z
Sam K., Koane B. (2020) Biomass, abundances, and abundance and geographical range size relationship of birds along a rainforest elevational gradient in Papua New Guinea. PeerJ 8: article number: e9727.
DOI: 10.7717/peerj.9727

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