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Nele Annika Lefeldt

TitlePostdoc Fellows and Associates
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
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    1. Schwarze S, Steenken F, Thiele N, Kobylkov D, Lefeldt N, Dreyer D, Schneider NL, Mouritsen H. Migratory blackcaps can use their magnetic compass at 5 degrees inclination, but are completely random at 0 degrees inclination. Sci Rep. 2016 Sep 26; 6:33805. PMID: 27667569.
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    2. Schwarze S, Schneider NL, Reichl T, Dreyer D, Lefeldt N, Engels S, Baker N, Hore PJ, Mouritsen H. Weak Broadband Electromagnetic Fields are More Disruptive to Magnetic Compass Orientation in a Night-Migratory Songbird (Erithacus rubecula) than Strong Narrow-Band Fields. Front Behav Neurosci. 2016; 10:55. PMID: 27047356.
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    3. Lefeldt N, Dreyer D, Schneider NL, Steenken F, Mouritsen H. Migratory blackcaps tested in Emlen funnels can orient at 85 degrees but not at 88 degrees magnetic inclination. J Exp Biol. 2015 Jan 15; 218(Pt 2):206-11. PMID: 25452505.
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    4. Lefeldt N, Heyers D, Schneider NL, Engels S, Elbers D, Mouritsen H. Magnetic field-driven induction of ZENK in the trigeminal system of pigeons (Columba livia). J R Soc Interface. 2014 Nov 06; 11(100):20140777. PMID: 25232052.
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    5. Engels S, Schneider NL, Lefeldt N, Hein CM, Zapka M, Michalik A, Elbers D, Kittel A, Hore PJ, Mouritsen H. Anthropogenic electromagnetic noise disrupts magnetic compass orientation in a migratory bird. Nature. 2014 May 15; 509(7500):353-6. PMID: 24805233.
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    6. Engels S, Hein CM, Lefeldt N, Prior H, Mouritsen H. Night-migratory songbirds possess a magnetic compass in both eyes. PLoS One. 2012; 7(9):e43271. PMID: 22984416.
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