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001-es BibID:BIBFORM107663
035-os BibID:(WOS)000397620100028 (Scopus)85016594854 (PUBMED)28183869
Első szerző:Ramenofsky, Marilyn
Cím:Behavioral and physiological traits of migrant and resident white-crowned sparrows: a common garden approach / Marilyn Ramenofsky, Andrew W. Campion , Jonathan H. Pérez, Jesse S. Krause, Zoltán Németh
Megjegyzések:To accommodate a migratory life history, migrants express a greater number of physiological and behavioral stages per annum than residents and are thus considered to have higher finite state diversity (FSD). To investigate the physiological mechanisms and constraints associated with migration, direct comparison of two subspecies of white-crowned sparrow - migrant, Zonotrichia leucophrys gambelii, and resident, Z. l. nuttalli - were made under common garden conditions of photoperiod and housing, as birds progressed from winter through the vernal life history stages. We tested the hypothesis that migrants (higher FSD) respond differently than residents (lower FSD) to the initial predictive cue, photoperiod, to initiate and integrate the progression of vernal stages of prenuptial molt, migration and development of breeding. If differences in vernal phenology were noted, then the basis for the distinctions was considered genetic. Results indicate that (1) residents had a lower threshold to vernal photoperiod with elevations of plasma androgen, growth and development of reproductive structures preceding those of migrants; (2) only migrants displayed prenuptial molt, preparations for migration and migratory restlessness; and (3) neither baseline nor stress-induced plasma corticosterone differed across subspecies, suggesting energetic demands of the common garden were insufficient to induce a differential adrenocortical response in either subspecies, highlighting the impact of environmental conditions on corticosterone secretion. Thus, in a common garden experiment, Z. l. gambelii responds differently to the initial predictive cue, photoperiod, to initiate and execute the vernal stages of molt, migration and development of breeding in comparison to the shared stage of breeding with Z. l. nuttalli, confirming a genetic basis for the subspecies differences
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Finite state diversity
Flight muscle hypertrophy
Migratory restlessness
Prenuptial molt
Megjelenés:Journal Of Experimental Biology. - 220 : 7 (2017), p. 1330-1340. -
További szerzők:Campion, Andrew W. Pérez, Jonathan H. Krause, Jesse S. Németh Zoltán (1976-) (biológus)
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