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* Anthropogenic electromagnetic noise disrupts magnetic compass orientation in a migratory bird. med./biol.
Engels S, Schneider NL, Lefeldt N, Hein CM, Zapka M, Michalik A, Elbers D, Kittel A, Hore PJ, Mouritsen H (2014), Nature 509 (7500): 353 - 356
Exposure: 2 kHz - 9 MHz, electric field, magnetic field, static magnetic field, geomagnetic field, low frequency field, intermediate frequency, DC, shielding/field deprivation

* An electromagnetic field disrupts negative geotaxis in Drosophila via a CRY-dependent pathway. med./biol.
Fedele G, Green EW, Rosato E, Kyriacou CP (2014), Nat Commun 5: 4391
Exposure: static magnetic field

* Impact of a High Magnetic Field on the Orientation of Gravitactic Unicellular Organisms-A Critical Consideration about the Application of Magnetic Fields to Mimic Functional Weightlessness. med./biol.
Hemmersbach R, Simon A, Wasser K, Hauslage J, Christianen PC, Albers PW, Lebert M, Richter P, Alt W, Anken R (2014), Astrobiology 14 (3): 205 - 215
Exposure: static magnetic field

* Rearing in a distorted magnetic field disrupts the 'map sense' of juvenile steelhead trout. med./biol.
Putman NF, Meinke AM, Noakes DL (2014), Biol Lett 10 (6): 20140169
Exposure: geomagnetic field

* A strong magnetic pulse affects the precision of departure direction of naturally migrating adult but not juvenile birds. med./biol.
Holland RA, Helm B (2013), J R Soc Interface 10 (81): 20121047
Exposure: magnetic field, signals/pulses

* Avian magnetic compass can be tuned to anomalously low magnetic intensities. med./biol.
Winklhofer M, Dylda E, Thalau P, Wiltschko W, Wiltschko R (2013), Proc Biol Sci 280 (1763): 20130853
Exposure: 1.315 MHz, magnetic field, static magnetic field, geomagnetic field, intermediate frequency, shielding/field deprivation

* Night-migratory songbirds possess a magnetic compass in both eyes. med./biol.
Engels S, Hein CM, Lefeldt N, Prior H, Mouritsen H (2012), PLoS One 7 (9): e43271
Exposure: static magnetic field, geomagnetic field

* Magnetic alignment in carps: evidence from the czech christmas fish market. med./biol.
Hart V, Kusta T, Nemec P, Blahova V, Jezek M, Novakova P, Begall S, Cerveny J, Hanzal V, Malkemper EP, Stipek K, Vole C, Burda H (2012), PLoS One 7 (12): e51100
Exposure: geomagnetic field

* Magnetically sensitive light-induced reactions in cryptochrome are consistent with its proposed role as a magnetoreceptor. med./biol.
Maeda K, Robinson AJ, Henbest KB, Hogben HJ, Biskup T, Ahmad M, Schleicher E, Weber S, Timmel CR, Hore PJ (2012), Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 109 (13): 4774 - 4779
Exposure: static magnetic field, signals/pulses

DETAILS * Not all songbirds calibrate their magnetic compass from twilight cues: a telemetry study. med./biol.
Chernetsov N, Kishkinev D, Kosarev V, Bolshakov CV (2011), J Exp Biol 214 (Pt 15): 2540 - 2543
Aim: Migratory birds are able to use the sun and associated polarised light patterns, stellar cues and the geomagnetic field for orientation. No general agreement has been reached regarding the hierarchy of orientation cues.
In this study the hypothesis was tested, 1) whether the magnetic compass is calibrated from twilight celestial cues, 2) either magnetic or stellar cues are used separately without transferring reference information to others (simple domination) or 3) whether the stellar compass is calibrated from the magnetic field.
Endpoints: orientation of migratory birds (song trushes)
System: animal (species/strain): song trush (Turdus philomelos)
Exposure: magnetic field, geomagnetic field

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