Right-side neck-resting preference of the Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis: the evidence for lateralization of vigilance?

Переведенное название: Правосторонняя латерализация положения головы у белощекой казарки Branta leucopsis свидетельство латерализации бдительности?

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Many behavioural reactions of animals including motor ones are asymmetric and are associated with unequal input of the left and right hemispheres of the brain to the analysis of incoming information. Motor asymmetries are widespread among vertebrate and invertebrate animals. Forelimb preferences have been studied in many vertebrate species. The movements of unpaired appendages become the subjects of an investigation of the functional asymmetries less often. Here we performed a preliminary estimation of one-side population bias
of neck-resting position of the barnacle goose Branta leucopsis. The study was conducted in the four districts located along the coastline and on the islands in the centre of Helsinki city in Finland. On the walking routes, the asymmetrical neck-resting position under the left or right wing was recorded for resting and sleeping birds once for each individual. A total of 15 routes were taken and the neck-resting position of 874 individuals was analyzed. Right-side neck-resting preference was observed in all samples. As a possible cause of such a
neck-resting preference, it is assumed that during the rest when the bird’s head is under the wing the opposite eye can be used to monitor the surroundings and promptly react in the case of the appearance of predators or humans. In this case, the revealed one-side population bias demonstrates lateralization of vigilance and implies the left-eye (right-hemisphere) control of the responses to potential threats. This work was supported by RSF grant (no.19-14-00119).
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Название основной публикации12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress (EOU 2019)
Подзаголовок основной публикацииProgramme and Abstracts
РедакторыErik Matthysen, Péter L. Pap, Gábor M. Bóné
Страницы194-195
СостояниеОпубликовано - 26 авг 2019
Событие12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress 2019 - Cluj-Napoca, Румыния
Продолжительность: 26 авг 201930 авг 2019
Номер конференции: 12
https://conference.eounion.org/2019/

Конференция

Конференция12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress 2019
СтранаРумыния
ГородCluj-Napoca
Период26/08/1930/08/19
Адрес в сети Интернет

Отпечаток

Lepadidae
Branta
neck
eyes
vertebrates
birds
forelimbs
appendages
walking
Finland
animals
invertebrates
brain
predators
coasts
sampling

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Zaynagutdinova, E., Galkin, D., Galkina, E., Каренина, К. А., & Giljov, A. (2019). Right-side neck-resting preference of the Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis: the evidence for lateralization of vigilance? В E. Matthysen, P. L. Pap, & G. M. Bóné (Ред.), 12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress (EOU 2019): Programme and Abstracts (стр. 194-195)
Zaynagutdinova, Elmira ; Galkin, Denis ; Galkina, Elena ; Каренина, Карина Андреевна ; Giljov, Andrey . / Right-side neck-resting preference of the Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis: the evidence for lateralization of vigilance?. 12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress (EOU 2019): Programme and Abstracts. редактор / Erik Matthysen ; Péter L. Pap ; Gábor M. Bóné. 2019. стр. 194-195
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Zaynagutdinova, E, Galkin, D, Galkina, E, Каренина, КА & Giljov, A 2019, Right-side neck-resting preference of the Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis: the evidence for lateralization of vigilance? в E Matthysen, PL Pap & GM Bóné (ред.), 12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress (EOU 2019): Programme and Abstracts. стр. 194-195, 12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress 2019, Cluj-Napoca, Румыния, 26/08/19.

Right-side neck-resting preference of the Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis: the evidence for lateralization of vigilance? / Zaynagutdinova, Elmira ; Galkin, Denis ; Galkina, Elena ; Каренина, Карина Андреевна; Giljov, Andrey .

12th European Ornithologists’ Union Congress (EOU 2019): Programme and Abstracts. ред. / Erik Matthysen; Péter L. Pap; Gábor M. Bóné. 2019. стр. 194-195.

Результат исследований: Публикации в книгах, отчётах, сборниках, трудах конференцийстатья в сборнике материалов конференциинаучная

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