Dmitry Kishkinev
Dmitry Kishkinev
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Bangor University, UK
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Visual but not trigeminal mediation of magnetic compass information in a migratory bird
M Zapka, D Heyers, CM Hein, S Engels, NL Schneider, J Hans, S Weiler, ...
Nature 461 (7268), 1274, 2009
A long-distance avian migrant compensates for longitudinal displacement during spring migration
N Chernetsov, D Kishkinev, H Mouritsen
Current Biology 18 (3), 188-190, 2008
Robins have a magnetic compass in both eyes
CM Hein, S Engels, D Kishkinev, H Mouritsen
Nature 471 (7340), E1, 2011
Migratory reed warblers need intact trigeminal nerves to correct for a 1,000 km eastward displacement
D Kishkinev, N Chernetsov, D Heyers, H Mouritsen
PLoS One 8 (6), e65847, 2013
Acoustic information as a distant cue for habitat recognition by nocturnally migrating passerines during landfall
A Mukhin, N Chernetsov, D Kishkinev
Behavioral Ecology 19 (4), 716-723, 2008
Eurasian reed warblers compensate for virtual magnetic displacement
D Kishkinev, N Chernetsov, A Pakhomov, D Heyers, H Mouritsen
Current Biology 25 (19), R822-R824, 2015
Not all songbirds calibrate their magnetic compass from twilight cues: a telemetry study
N Chernetsov, D Kishkinev, V Kosarev, CV Bolshakov
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (15), 2540-2543, 2011
A Double-Clock or Jetlag Mechanism is Unlikely to be Involved in Detection of East—West Displacements in a Long-Distance Avian Migrant
D Kishkinev, N Chernetsov, H Mouritsen
The Auk 127 (4), 773-780, 2010
Magnetoreception systems in birds: a review of current research
DA Kishkinev, NS Chernetsov
Biology Bulletin Reviews 5 (1), 46-62, 2015
Migratory programme of juvenile pied flycatchers, Ficedula hypoleuca, from Siberia implies a detour around Central Asia
N Chernetsov, D Kishkinev, S Gashkov, V Kosarev, CV Bolshakov
Animal Behaviour 75 (2), 539-545, 2008
Juvenile dispersal in Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus at night
VN Bulyuk, A Mukhin, VA Fedorov, A Tsvey, D Kishkinev
Avian Ecol Behav 5, 45-63, 2000
Sensory mechanisms of long-distance navigation in birds: a recent advance in the context of previous studies
D Kishkinev
Journal of Ornithology 156 (1), 145-161, 2015
Migratory Eurasian reed warblers can use magnetic declination to solve the longitude problem
N Chernetsov, A Pakhomov, D Kobylkov, D Kishkinev, RA Holland, ...
Current Biology 27 (17), 2647-2651. e2, 2017
To what extent do environmental factors affect the long-distance nocturnal post-fledging movements of the Reed Warbler?
VN Bulyuk, A Mukhin, D Kishkinev, V Kosarev
Journal of Ornithology 150 (2), 339-350, 2009
Experienced migratory songbirds do not display goal-ward orientation after release following a cross-continental displacement: an automated telemetry study
D Kishkinev, D Heyers, BK Woodworth, GW Mitchell, H Keith A., DR Norris
Scientific Reports 6 (37326), 2016
An attempt to develop an operant conditioning paradigm to test for magnetic discrimination behavior in a migratory songbird
D Kishkinev, H Mouritsen, CV Mora
Journal of ornithology 153 (4), 1165-1177, 2012
Reed Warbler, Acrocephalus scirpaceus (Aves, Sylviidae), song as an acoustic marker of wetland biotope during migration
AL Mukhin, NS Chernetsov, DA Kishkinev
Zool zhurnal 84, 995-1002, 2005
Robins have a magnetic compass in both eyes. Nature 471: E1
CM Hein, S Engels, D Kishkinev, H Mouritsen
Weak effects of geolocators on small birds: a meta‐analysis controlled for phylogeny and publication bias
V Brlík, J Koleček, M Burgess, S Hahn, D Humple, M Krist, J Ouwehand, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2019
Evidence for a southward autumn migration of nocturnal noctuid moths in central Europe
D Dreyer, B El Jundi, D Kishkinev, C Suchentrunk, L Campostrini, BJ Frost, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (24), jeb179218, 2018
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