M F Scriba
M F Scriba
Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office, Switzerland
Verified email at agroscope.admin.ch
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Linking melanism to brain development: expression of a melanism-related gene in barn owl feather follicles covaries with sleep ontogeny
MF Scriba, AL Ducrest, I Henry, AL Vyssotski, NC Rattenborg, A Roulin
Frontiers in zoology 10 (1), 1-12, 2013
532013
Did tool-use evolve with enhanced physical cognitive abilities?
I Teschke, CAF Wascher, MF Scriba, AMP von Bayern, V Huml, B Siemers, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
492013
Sleep research goes wild: new methods and approaches to investigate the ecology, evolution and functions of sleep
NC Rattenborg, HO de la Iglesia, B Kempenaers, JA Lesku, P Meerlo, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
472017
Ecology and neurophysiology of sleep in two wild sloth species
B Voirin, MF Scriba, D Martinez-Gonzalez, AL Vyssotski, M Wikelski, ...
Sleep 37 (4), 753-761, 2014
402014
The decoy matters! Hormonal and behavioural differences in the reaction of territorial European robins towards stuffed and live decoys
M Scriba, W Goymann
General and Comparative Endocrinology 155 (3), 511-516, 2008
272008
European robins (Erithacus rubecula) lack an increase in testosterone during simulated territorial intrusions
MF Scriba, W Goymann
Journal of Ornithology 151 (3), 607-614, 2010
202010
Evaluation of two minimally invasive techniques for electroencephalogram recording in wild or freely behaving animals
MF Scriba, WM Harmening, C Mettke-Hofmann, AL Vyssotski, A Roulin, ...
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 199 (3), 183-189, 2013
142013
Sleep and vigilance linked to melanism in wild barn owls
MF Scriba, NC Rattenborg, AN Dreiss, AL Vyssotski, A Roulin
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (10), 2057-2068, 2014
132014
Ultradian rhythmicity in sleep-wakefulness is related to color in nestling barn owls
MF Scriba, I Henry, AL Vyssotski, JC Mueller, NC Rattenborg, A Roulin
Journal of biological rhythms 32 (5), 456-468, 2017
52017
Nocturnal, diurnal and bimodal patterns of locomotion, sibling interactions and sleep in nestling Barn Owls
MF Scriba, AN Dreiss, I Henry, P Béziers, C Ruppli, E Ifrid, P Ducouret, ...
Journal of ornithology 158 (4), 1001-1012, 2017
42017
A bird's eye view of sleep.
NC Rattenborg, D Martinez-Gonzalez, JA Lesku, M Scriba
Science (New York, NY) 322 (5901), 527, 2008
42008
Melanism is related to behavioural lateralization in nestling barn owls
M Gaillard, MF Scriba, A Roulin
Behavioural processes 140, 139-143, 2017
32017
The effect of food quality during growth on spatial memory consolidation in adult pigeons
MF Scriba, J Gasparini, L Jacquin, C Mettke-Hofmann, NC Rattenborg, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (4), 573-581, 2017
12017
Ultradian rhythmicity in sleep-wakefulness is colour-related in nestling barn owls
MF Scriba, I Henry, AL Vyssotski, JC Mueller, NC Rattenborg, A Roulin
Sleep Medicine 40, e299, 2017
2017
14 From Mice to Man and One Bird–Physiology of Sleep
MF Scriba, NC Rattenborg, AN Dreiss, AL Vyssotski, A Roulin
2014
Sleep and vigilance linked to melanism in wild barn owls (Tyto alba)
MF Scriba, NC Rattenborg, AN Dreiss, AL Vyssotski, A Roulin
Journal of Sleep Research 23 (S1), 14-14, 2014
2014
C. Mettke-Hofmann, AL Vyssotski, A. Roulin, H. Wagner & NC Rattenborg
MF Scriba, WM Harmening
J Comp Physiol A 199, 183-189, 2013
2013
Ontogeny of Sleeping in Color-Linking melanism to sleep architecture and rhythmicity variation in wild barn owl nestlings
MF Scriba
Université de Lausanne, Faculté de biologie et médecine, 2013
2013
Sleep ontogeny and the melanocortical system in barn owls (Tyto alba) in the wild
MF Scriba, A Roulin, I Henry, AL Ducrest, AL Vyssotski, NC Rattenborg
Journal of Sleep Research 21 (Supplement s1), 122-122, 2012
2012
European robins () lack an increase in testosterone during simulated territorial intrusions
M Scriba, W Goymann
Springer-Verlag, 2011
2011
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