Symposium: Flexibility and adaptability of the endocrine system

Symposium: Flexibility and adaptability of the endocrine system.
13 Oct 2016
11:55-13:25
WHITE OAKS CONFERENCE CENTRE

Symposium: Flexibility and adaptability of the endocrine system

  • Symposium: Flexibility and adaptability of the endocrine system. Chair: Dr. Wolfgang Goymann, Max-Planck-Institute for Ornithology, Germany
  • T48. The role of context in explaining adaptation and discrepancies in hormone mediated maternal effects.Ton Groothuis, Bernd Riedstra, Asmoro Lelono, Bin-Yan Hsu.
  • T49. Weathering the storm: The effect of extreme conditions on stress physiology in two songbird species.Jesse S. Krause, Jonathan H. Pérez, Helen E. Chmura, Simone L. Meddle, Kathleen E. Hunt, John C. Wingfield.
  • T50.Benefits of early life adversity: Developmental stress can enhance learning and memory in adult Japanese quails.María Larriva, Cedric Zimmer, Sue D. Healy, Karen A. Spencer.
  • T51. Developmentally driven HPA axis regulation: developmental stress alters 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase expression in the CNS and peripheral tissue.Karen A Spencer, Cedric Zimmer.
  • T52. Rapid Physiological and Behavioral Flexibility in a Wild Bird: Optimizing Phenotypes in a Dynamic World?Conor Taff, Maren Vitousek.
  • T53. Corticosterone concentrations reflect parental roles and parental expenditure.Wolfgang Goymann, Monika Trappschuh, Felister Urasa.