Heinz Richner
Heinz Richner
Professor emeritus of Biology, University of Bern, Switzerland
Verified email at iee.unibe.ch - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Effect of an ectoparasite on reproduction in great tits
H Richner, A Oppliger, P Christe
Journal of Animal Ecology, 703-710, 1993
Paternal investment affects prevalence of malaria
H Richner, P Christe, A Oppliger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (4), 1192-1194, 1995
The design of artificial nestboxes for the study of secondary hole-nesting birds: a review of methodological inconsistencies and potential biases
MM Lambrechts, F Adriaensen, DR Ardia, AV Artemyev, F Atiénzar, ...
Acta Ornithologica 45 (1), 1-26, 2010
Begging, food provisioning, and nestling competition in great tit broods infested with ectoparasites
P Christe, H Richner, A Oppliger
Behavioral Ecology 7 (2), 127-131, 1996
Causes of growth variation and its consequences for fitness
S Gebhardt-Henrich, H Richner
Oxford Ornithology Series 8, 324-339, 1998
Sexual dimorphism in susceptibility to parasites and cell‐mediated immunity in great tit nestlings
B Tschirren, PS Fitze, H Richner
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (5), 839-845, 2003
Effect of an ectoparasite on lay date, nest-site choice, desertion, and hatching success in the great tit (Pants major)
A Oppliger, H Richner, P Christe
Behavioral Ecology 5 (2), 130-134, 1994
Immunocompetence of nestling great tits in relation to rearing environment and parentage
MWG Brinkhof, P Heeb, M Kölliker, H Richner
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
Habitat-specific growth and fitness in carrion crows (Corvus corone corone)
H Richner
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 427-440, 1989
Differential effects of a parasite on ornamental structures based on melanins and carotenoids
PS Fitze, H Richner
Behavioral Ecology 13 (3), 401-407, 2002
Life history and fitness consequences of ectoparasites
PS Fitze, B Tschirren, H Richner
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (2), 216-226, 2004
Begging signals and biparental care: nestling choice between parental feeding locations
M KÖLLIKER, H Richner, I Werner, P Heeb
Animal Behaviour 55 (1), 215-222, 1998
Host responses to ectoparasites: food compensation by parent blue tits
F Tripet, H Richner
Oikos, 557-561, 1997
Sperm of colourful males are better protected against oxidative stress
F Helfenstein, S Losdat, AP Møller, JD Blount, H Richner
Ecology letters 13 (2), 213-222, 2010
The quantitative genetic basis of offspring solicitation and parental response in a passerine bird with biparental care
M Kölliker, MWG Brinkhof, P Heeb, PS Fitze, H Richner
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
Of great tits and fleas: sleep baby sleep...
Animal Behaviour 52 (6), 1087-1092, 1996
Bird–ectoparasite interactions, nest humidity, and ectoparasite community structure
P Heeb, M Kölliker, H Richner
Ecology 81 (4), 958-968, 2000
Clutch size and malaria resistance
A Oppliger, P Christe, H Richner
Nature 381 (6583), 565-565, 1996
Benefits of induced host responses against an ectoparasite
P Heeb, I Werner, M Kölliker, H Richner
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
Brood size, sibling competition, and the cost of begging in great tits (Parus major)
S Neuenschwander, MWG Brinkhof, M Kölliker, H Richner
Behavioral Ecology 14 (4), 457-462, 2003
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