Publikationen

2020

Landler, L., Ruxton, G.D., and Malkemper, E.P. (2020). Model selection versus traditional hypothesis testing in circular statistics: a simulation study. Biol Open 9, bio049866. Link to MPG publication database PuRe

Burda, H., Begall, S., Hart, V., Malkemper, E.P., Painter, M.S., and Phillips, J.B. (2020). Magnetoreception in Mammals. In Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology, Bennett, D., Coen, C., Dunbar, R., et al., eds. (Amsterdam: Elsevier).

Malkemper, E.P., Mason, M.J., and Burda, H. (2020). Functional anatomy of the middle and inner ears of the red fox, in comparison to domestic dogs and cats. J Anat 236, 980-995. Lin to MPG publication database PuRe

Vanderstraeten, J., Gailly, P., and Malkemper, E.P. (2020). Light entrainment of retinal biorhythms: cryptochrome 2 as a candidate photoreceptor in mammals. Cell Mol Life Sci 77, 875-884. Link to MPG publication database PuRe

Nordmann, G.C., Malkemper, E.P., Landler, L., Ushakova, L., Nimpf, S., Heinen, R., Schuechner, S., Ogris, E., and Keays, D.A. (2020). A high sensitivity ZENK monoclonal antibody to map neuronal activity in Aves. Sci Rep 10, 1-9.

2019

Dollas, A., Oelschläger, H.H.A., Begall, S., Burda, H., and Malkemper, E.P. (2019). Brain atlas of the African mole-rat Fukomys anselli. J Comp Neurol, 1885-1900.

Malkemper, E.P., Kagerbauer, D., Nimpf, S., Shaw, J., Pichler, P., Treiber, C.D., de Jonge, M., and Keays, D.A. (2019). No evidence for magnetite-based magnetoreceptors in the pigeon lagena. Curr Biol 29, R1-R15.

Henning, Y., Osadnik, C., and Malkemper, E.P. (2019). EyeCi: Optical clearing and imaging of immunolabeled mouse eyes using light-sheet fluorescence microscopy. Exp Eye Res 180, 137-145.

Landler, L., Ruxton, G.D., and Malkemper, E.P. (2019). Circular statistics meets practical limitations: a simulation-based Rao’s spacing test for non-continuous data. Mov Ecol 7, 15.

Landler, L., Ruxton, G.D., and Malkemper, E.P. (2019). The Hermans–Rasson test as a powerful alternative to the Rayleigh test for circular statistics in biology. BMC Ecol 19, 1-8.

Vanbergen, A.J., Potts, S.G., Vian, A., Malkemper, E.P., Young, J., and Tscheulin, T. (2019). Risk to pollinators from anthropogenic electro-magnetic radiation (EMR): Evidence and knowledge gaps. Sci Total Environ, 133833.

Nimpf, S., Nordmann, G., Kagerbauer, D., Malkemper, E.P., Landler, L., Papadaki-Anastasopoulou, A., Ushakova, L., Wenninger-Weinzierl, A., Vincent, P., Lendl, T., et al. (2019). A putative mechanism for magnetoreception by electromagnetic induction in the pigeon inner ear. Curr Biol 29, 1-10.

2018

Vanderstraeten, J., Gailly, P., and Malkemper, E.P. (2018). Low-light dependence of the magnetic field effects on cryptochromes: possible relevance to plant ecology. Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 121.

Malkemper, E.P., and Peichl, L. (2018). Retinal photoreceptor and ganglion cell types and topographies in the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus). J Comp Neurol 2018, 1-21.

Malkemper, E.P., Mason, M.J., Kagerbauer, D., Nimpf, S., and Keays, D.A. (2018). Ectopic otoconial formation in the lagena of the pigeon inner ear. Biology Open bio.034462.

Malewski, S., Malkemper, E.P., Sedláček, F., Šumbera, R., Caspar, K.R., Burda, H., and Begall, S. (2018). Attracted by a magnet: Exploration behaviour of rodents in the presence of magnetic objects. Behav Processes 151, 11-15.

Painter, M.S., Davis, M., Ganesh, S., Rak, E., Brumet, K., Bayne, H., Malkemper, E.P., and Phillips, J.B. (2018). Evidence for plasticity in magnetic nest-building orientation in laboratory mice. Anim Behav 138, 93-100.

Malkemper, E.P., Tscheulin, T., Vanbergen, A.J., Vian, A., Balian, E., and Goudeseune, L. (2018). The impacts of artificial electromagnetic radiation on wildlife (flora and fauna). Current knowledge overview: A background document to the web conference. (A report of the Eklipse project).

Landler, L., Ruxton, G.D., and Malkemper, E.P. (2018). Circular data in biology: Advice for effectively implementing statistical procedures. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 72, 128.

2017

Červený, J., Burda, H., Jezek, M., Kusta, T., Husinec, V., Novakova, P., Hart, V., Hartova, V., Begall, S., and Malkemper, E.P. (2017). Magnetic alignment in warthogs Phacochoerus africanus and wild boars Sus scrofa. Mammal Rev 47, 1-5.

Gerhardt, P., Henning, Y., Begall, S., and Malkemper, E.P. (2017). Audiograms of three subterranean rodent species (genus Fukomys) determined by auditory brainstem responses reveal extremely poor high-frequency cut-offs. J Exp Biol 220, 4377-4382.

Nimpf, S., Malkemper, E.P., Lauwers, M., Ushakova, L., Nordmann, G., Wenninger-Weinzierl, A., Burkard, T.R., Jacob, S., Heuser, T., Resch, G.P., and Keays, D.A. (2017). Subcellular analysis of pigeon hair cells implicates vesicular trafficking in cuticulosome formation and maintenance. eLife 6, e29959.

2016

Malkemper, E.P., Painter, M.S., and Landler, L. (2016). Shifted magnetic alignment: evidence for lateralization? J Theor Biol 399, 141-147.

Nießner, C., Denzau, S., Malkemper, E.P., Gross, J.C., Burda, H., Winklhofer, M., and Peichl, L. (2016). Cryptochrome 1 in Retinal Cone Photoreceptors Suggests a Novel Functional Role in Mammals. Sci Rep 6.

Montero, A.G., Vole, C., Burda, H., Malkemper, E.P., Holtze, S., Morhart, M., Saragusty, J., Hildebrandt, T.B., and Begall, S. (2016). Non-Breeding Eusocial Mole-Rats Produce Viable Sperm—Spermiogram and Functional Testicular Morphology of Fukomys anselli. PLOS ONE 11, e0150112.

Obleser, P., Hart, V., Malkemper, E.P., Begall, S., Holá, M., Painter, M.S., Červený, J., and Burda, H. (2016). Compass-controlled escape behavior in roe deer. Behav Ecol Sociobiol, 1-11.

Painter, M.S., Blanco, J.A., Malkemper, E.P., Anderson, C., Sweeney, D.C., Hewgley, C.W., Červený, J., Hart, V., Topinka, V., Belotti, E., et al. (2016). Use of bio-loggers to characterize red fox behavior with implications for studies of magnetic alignment responses in free-roaming animals. Animal Biotelemetry 4, 20.

Nováková, P., Kořanová, D., Begall, S., Malkemper, E.P., Pleskač, L., Čapek, F., Červený, J., and Burda, H. (2016). Direction indicator and magnet compass-aided tracking of the sun by flamingos? Folia Zool 66(2), 79-86.

2015

Malkemper, E.P., Topinka, V., and Burda, H. (2015). A behavioral audiogram of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Hear Res 320, 30-37.

Malkemper, E.P., Eder, S.H.K., Begall, S., Phillips, J.B., Winklhofer, M., Hart, V., and Burda, H. (2015). Magnetoreception in the wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus): influence of weak frequency-modulated radio frequency fields. Sci Rep 5, 9917.

Kolbabová, T., Malkemper, E.P., Bartoš, L., Vanderstraeten, J., Turčáni, M., and Burda, H. (2015). Effect of exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields on melatonin levels in calves is seasonally dependent. Sci Rep 5, 14206.

2012-2014

Begall, S., Burda, H., and Malkemper, E.P. (2014). Magnetoreception in mammals. In Adv Study Behav, M. Naguib, ed. (Amsterdam: Elsevier), pp. 45-88.

Begall, S., Malkemper, E.P., Červený, J., Němec, P., and Burda, H. (2013). Magnetic alignment in mammals and other animals. Mamm Biol 78, 10-20.

Hart, V., Malkemper, E.P., Kušta, T., Begall, S., Nováková, P., Hanzal, V., Pleskač, L., Ježek, M., Policht, R., Husinec, V., et al. (2013). Directional compass preference for landing in water birds. Frontiers in Zoology 10, 38.

Hart, V., Nováková, P., Malkemper, E.P., Begall, S., Hanzal, V., Ježek, M., Kušta, T., Němcová, V., Adámková, J., Benediktová, K., et al. (2013). Dogs are sensitive to small variations of the Earth's magnetic field. Frontiers in Zoology 10, 80.

Hart, V., Malkemper, E.P., Kusta, T., Begall, S., Novakova, P., Hanzal, V., Pleskac, L., Jezek, M., Policht, R., Husinec, V., et al. (2013). Directional compass preference for landing in water birds. Front Zool 10, 38.

Hart, V., Kušta, T., Němec, P., Bláhová, V., Ježek, M., Nováková, P., Begall, S., Červený, J., Hanzal, V., Malkemper, E.P., et al. (2012). Magnetic Alignment in Carps: Evidence from the Czech Christmas Fish Market. PLOS ONE 7, e51100.

Malkemper, E.P., Oelschläger, H.H.A., and Huggenberger, S. (2012). The dolphin cochlear nucleus: Topography, histology and functional implications. J Morphol 273, 173-185.