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Codita, A; Mohammed, A H; Willuweit, A; Reichelt, A; Alleva, E; Branchi, I; Cirulli, F; Colacicco, G; Voikar, V; Wolfer, D P; Buschmann, F J U; Lipp, H P; Vannoni, E; Krackow, S (2012). Effects of spatial and cognitive enrichment on activity pattern and learning performance in three strains of mice in the IntelliMaze. Behavior Genetics, 42(3):449-460.
Scantlebury, M; Krackow, S; Pillay, N; Bennett, N; Schradin, C (2010). Basking is affected by season and influences oxygen consumption in desert-living striped mice. Journal of Zoology, 281(2):132-139.
Krackow, S; Vannoni, E; Codita, A; Mohammed, A H; Cirulli, F; Branchi, I; Alleva, E; Reichelt, A; Willuweit, A; Voikar, V; Colacicco, G; Wolfer, D P; Buschmann, J U; Safi, K; Lipp, H P (2010). Consistent behavioral phenotype differences between inbred mouse strains in the IntelliCage. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 9(7):722-731.
Rusu, A S; Krackow, S; Jedelsky, P L; Stopka, P; König, B (2008). A qualitative investigation of major urinary proteins in relation to the onset of aggressive behavior and dispersive motivation in male wild house mice (Mus musculus domesticus). Journal of Ethology, 26(1):127-135.
Schradin, C; Krackow, S; Schubert, M; Keller, C; Schradin, B; Pillay, N (2007). Regulation of activity in desert-living striped mice: The importance of basking. Ethology, 113(6):606-614.
Krackow, S (2005). Agonistic onset during development differentiates wild house mouse males (Mus domesticus). Naturwissenschaften, 92(2):78-81.
Rusu, A S; Krackow, S (2005). Agonistic onset marks emotional changes and dispersal propensity in wild house mouse males (Mus domesticus). Journal of Comparative Psychology 2. Series, 119(1):58-66.
Rusu, A; Krackow, S (2004). Kin-preferential cooperation, dominance-dependent reproductive skew, and competition for mates in communally nesting female house mice. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 56(3):298-305.
Rusu, A S; König, B; Krackow, S (2004). Pre-reproductive alliance formation in female wild house mice (Mus domesticus): the effects of familiarity and age disparity. Acta Ethologica, 6(2):53-58.
Krackow, S (2003). Motivational and heritable determinants of dispersal latency in wild male house mice (Mus musculus musculus). Ethology, 109(8):671-689.
Bond, M L; Wolff, J O; Krackow, S (2003). Recruitment sex ratios in gray-tailed voles (Microtus canicaudus) in response to density, sex ratio, and season. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 81(8):1306-1311.
Krackow, S; Schmidt, T A; Elepfandt, A (2003). Sexual growth dimorphism affects birth sex ratio in house mice. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 270(1518):943-947.
Komdeur, J; Magrath, M J L; Krackow, S (2002). Pre-ovulation control of hatchling sex ratio in the Seychelles warbler. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 269(1495):1067-1072.
Krackow, S (2002). Why parental sex ratio manipulation is rare in higher vertebrates. (Invited Article). Ethology, 108(12):1041-1056.
Krackow, S; Tkadlec, E (2001). Analysis of brood sex ratios: implications of offspring clustering. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 50(4):293-301.