Christina Lehmkuhl Noer
Christina Lehmkuhl Noer
Ph.d. in Biology, Copenhagen Zoo and University of Copenhagen
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Molecular diet analysis of two African free-tailed bats (Molossidae) using high throughput sequencing
K Bohmann, A Monadjem, CL Noer, M Rasmussen, MRK Zeale, E Clare, ...
PloS one 6 (6), 2011
Molossid bats in an African agro-ecosystem select sugarcane fields as foraging habitat
C Lehmkuhl Noer, T Dabelsteen, K Bohmann, A Monadjem
African Zoology 47 (1), 1-11, 2012
Debugging diversity–a pan‐continental exploration of the potential of terrestrial blood‐feeding leeches as a vertebrate monitoring tool
IB Schnell, K Bohmann, SE Schultze, SR Richter, DC Murray, ...
Molecular ecology resources 18 (6), 1282-1298, 2018
Context matters: multiple novelty tests reveal different aspects of shyness-boldness in farmed american mink (Neovison vison)
CL Noer, EK Needham, AS Wiese, TJS Balsby, T Dabelsteen
PloS one 10 (6), 2015
Personality matters: Consistency of inter-individual variation in shyness-boldness across non-breeding and pre-breeding season despite a fall in general shyness levels in†…
CL Noer, EK Needham, AS Wiese, TJS Balsby, T Dabelsteen
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 181, 191-199, 2016
The number of neurons in specific amygdala regions is associated with boldness in mink: a study in animal personality
AS Wiese, EK Needham, CL Noer, TJS Balsby, T Dabelsteen, ...
Brain Structure and Function 223 (4), 1989-1998, 2018
Mate choice screening in captive solitary carnivores: The role of male behavior and cues on mate preference and paternity in females of a model species, American mink (Neovison†…
CL Noer, TJS Balsby, R Anistoroaei, M Stelvig, T Dabelsteen
Zoo biology 36 (6), 367-381, 2017
Animal Personality and Mate Preference in the American Mink (Neovison Vison): Improving Breeding Sucess in Captive Solitary Species: Industrial PhD Thesis
CL Noer
University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Science, 2015
Animal Personality and Mate Preference in American Mink: Improving Breeding Success in Captive Solitary Species
CL Noer
Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, 2015
CL Noer
KÝbenhavns Universitet, 2012
CL Noer
KÝbenhavns Universitet, 2012
Challenges & rewards of African research: Do insect-eating bats patrol sugarcane fields in Swaziland
K Bohmann, CL Noer
Bats 30 (1), 2-5, 2012
Molecular Diet Analysis of Two African Free-Tailed Bats (Molossidae)
K Bohmann, A Monadjem, C Lehmkuhl Noer, M Rasmussen, MRK Zeale
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