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Closure to “ Stiffness Requirements for Cross Bracing ” by Sritawat Kitipornchai and David L. Finch (December, 1986, Vol. 112, No. 12)Kitipornchai, Sritawat, Finch, David L.
Mycoplasma sturni from a California House Finch with Conjunctivitis Did Not Cause Disease in Experimentally Infected House FinchesLey, David H., Anderson, Nancy, Dhondt, Keila V., Dhondt, André A.
Changes in the muscle condition of female Zebra Finches Poephila guttata during egg laying and the role of protein storage in bird skeletal muscleDAVID C. HOUSTON, DAVID DONNAN, PETER JONES, IAN HAMILTON, DAN OSBORNE
Neuronal response of the hippocampal formation to injury: Blood flow, glucose metabolism, and protein synthesisMotonobu Kameyama, Claude G. Wasterlain, Robert F. Ackermann, David Finch, James Lear, David E. Kuhl
From Darwin's Finches to Canaries in the Coal Mine — Mining the Genome for New BiologyHunter, David J., Altshuler, David, Rader, Daniel J.
Organization of the zebra finch song control system: I. Representation of syringeal muscles in the hypoglossal nucleusDr. David S. Vicario, Fernando Nottebohm
Organization of the zebra finch song control system: Functional organization of outputs from nucleus robustus archistriatalisDavid S. Vicario
Hippocampal lesions impair spatial memory performance, but not song—A developmental study of independent memory systems in the zebra finchDavid J. Bailey, Juli Wade, Colin J. Saldanha
Calbindin-D28K expression increases in the dorsolateral hippocampus following corticosterone treatment in female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)Ashley L. Ash, Colin J. Saldanha, David J. Bailey
Trace identities for solutions of the wave equation with initial data supported in a ballDavid Finch, Rakesh
The hippocampus and caudomedial neostriatum show selective responsiveness to conspecific song in the female zebra finchDavid J. Bailey, Julia C. Rosebush, Juli Wade
Behavioral discrimination of sexually dimorphic calls by male zebra finches requires an intact vocal motor pathwayDavid S. Vicario, Nasir H. Naqvi, Jonathan N. Raksin
Development of song responses in the zebra finch caudomedial neostriatum: Role of genomic and electrophysiological activitiesRoy Stripling, Amy A. Kruse, David F. Clayton
Contributions of syringeal muscles to respiration and vocalization in the zebra finchDavid S. Vicario
Early estrogen treatment alone causes female zebra finches to produce learned, male-like vocalizationsH. Blair Simpson, David S. Vicario
Early estrogen treatment of female zebra finches masculinizes the brain pathway for learned vocalizationsH. Blair Simpson, David S. Vicario
Song-selective auditory input to a forebrain vocal control nucleus in the zebra finchDavid S. Vicario, Kaleb H. Yohay
Lipid imaging in the zebra finch brain with secondary ion mass spectrometryKensey R. Amaya, Eric B. Monroe, Jonathan V. Sweedler, David F. Clayton
A cDNA microarray from the telencephalon of juvenile male and female zebra finchesJuli Wade, Camilla Peabody, Paul Coussens, Robert J. Tempelman, David F. Clayton, Lei Liu, Arthur P. Arnold, Robert Agate
Erratum to “A cDNA microarray from the telencephalon of juvenile male and female zebra finches”: [J. Neurosci. Methods 138 (2004) 199–206]Juli Wade, Camilla Peabody, Paul Coussens, Robert J. Tempelman, David F. Clayton, Lei Liu, Arthur P. Arnold, Robert Agate
The use of muscle protein for egg production in the Zebra Finch Taeniopygia guttataMat Cottam, David Houston, Gerald Lobley, Ian Hamilton
Song exposure regulates known and novel microRNAs in the zebra finch auditory forebrainPreethi H Gunaratne, Ya-Chi Lin, Ashley L Benham, Jenny Drnevich, Cristian Coarfa, Jayantha B Tennakoon, Chad J Creighton, Jong H Kim, Aleksandar Milosavljevic, Michael Watson, Sam Griffiths-Jones, David F Clayton
The zebra finch neuropeptidome: prediction, detection and expressionFang Xie, Sarah E London, Bruce R Southey, Suresh P Annangudi, Andinet Amare, Sandra L Rodriguez-Zas, David F Clayton, Jonathan V Sweedler
Gene duplication and fragmentation in the zebra finch major histocompatibility complexChristopher N Balakrishnan, Robert Ekblom, Martin Völker, Helena Westerdahl, Ricardo Godinez, Holly Kotkiewicz, David W Burt, Tina Graves, Darren K Griffin, Wesley C Warren, Scott V Edwards
Primary sex ratios in zebra finches: no evidence for adaptive manipulation in wild and semi-domesticated populations.Richard Zann, David Runciman
Parentally biased favouritism in relation to offspring sex in zebra finchesMark C. Mainwaring, David Lucy, Ian R. Hartley
Sex-specific differences in compensation for poor neonatal nutrition in the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttataKathryn E. Arnold, Jonathan D. Blount, Neil B. Metcalfe, Kate J. Orr, Aileen Adam, David Houston, Pat Monaghan
A hidden cost of reproduction: the trade-off between clutch size and escape take-off speed in female zebra finchesJake S. Veasey, David C. Houston, Neil B. Metcalfe
Geographic and Temporal Variation of the Male Zebra Finch Distance CallDavid Runciman, Richard A. Zann, Neil D. Murray
Small molecule analysis and imaging of fatty acids in the zebra finch song system using time-of-flight-secondary ion mass spectrometryKensey R. Amaya, Jonathan V. Sweedler, David F. Clayton
TECHNICAL ADVANCES: A microarray for large-scale genomic and transcriptional analyses of the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) and other passerinesSARA NAURIN, STAFFAN BENSCH, BENGT HANSSON, TOMAS JOHANSSON, DAVID F. CLAYTON, ANN-SOFIE ALBREKT, TORBJÖRN VON SCHANTZ, DENNIS HASSELQUIST
Development of a brain nucleus involved in song production in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) is disrupted by Aroclor 1248Almira L. Hoogesteijn, George V. Kollias, Fred W. Quimby, Anthony P. De Caprio, David W. Winkler, Timothy J. DeVoogd
Male zebra finches can learn male-typical vocalizations from hormone-treated female tutorsH.BLAIR SIMPSON, DAVID S. VICARIO
A phylogenetic reanalysis of allozyme variation among populations of Galapagos finchesDAVID L. STERN, PETER R. GRANT
The effects of novel odour and colour cues on food acceptance by the zebra finch, Taeniopygia guttataDavid J. Kelly, Nicola M. Marples
Personality predicts social dominance in female zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata, in a feeding contextMorgan David, Yannick Auclair, Frank Cézilly
Personality affects zebra finch feeding success in a producer–scrounger gameMorgan David, Frank Cézilly, Luc-Alain Giraldeau
Nicotine-mediated plasticity in robust nucleus of the archistriatum of the adult zebra finchDelanthi Salgado-Commissariat, David B Rosenfield, Santosh A Helekar
XRCC1 phosphorylation by CK2 is required for its stability and efficient DNA repairJason L. Parsons, Irina I. Dianova, David Finch, Phillip S. Tait, Cecilia E. Ström, Thomas Helleday, Grigory L. Dianov
CK2 phosphorylation of XRCC1 facilitates dissociation from DNA and single-strand break formation during base excision repairCecilia E. Ström, Oliver Mortusewicz, David Finch, Jason L. Parsons, Anne Lagerqvist, Fredrik Johansson, Niklas Schultz, Klaus Erixon, Grigory L. Dianov, Thomas Helleday