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 Dr. Hannah Rowland

   
   Research Group Predators and Toxic Prey
 Phone:+49 (0)3641 57 1800Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology
 Fax:-Hans-Knöll-Straße 8
  emailD-07745 Jena

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Oral Presentations

Rowland H. (2019). Toxic birds: the evolution of toxin resistance in predators. Talk presented at ASAB Easter Meeting 2019, University of York, York, GB (invited speaker)
Rowland H. (2018). How toxic prey influence the evolution of predator behaviour. Talk presented at CIMeC Seminar, CIMeC - Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Rovertero, IT
Rowland H. (2018). The bitter rejection response in birds. Is it adaptive? Talk presented at ECRO 2018, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Würzburg, DE
Rowland H. (2018). “Ich bin Giftig!”: chemical defences, warning colours, and the behaviour of predators. Talk presented at The Biology in Lund Annual Meeting, Palaestra, Lund, SE (invited speaker)
Rowland H. (2017). Bitter taste perception in birds. Talk presented at Symposium Bird Sense 2017: Bird behaviour in a changing world: with a special focus on bird senses, Zoological Society of London, Institute of Zoology, London, GB
Rowland H. (2017). Avian colour biases: an alternative method for assessing taste detection thresholds. Talk presented at ECRO 2017, European Chemoreception Research Organisation, Cambridge, GB
Rowland H. (Aug 2017). Mimicry: the palatability spectrum and its consequences. Talk presented at Ernst Stahl Seminar Series, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE
Rowland H. (2017). Do aposematic prey benefit from taste rejection or go-slow predation by wild free-living predators? Talk presented at Behaviour 2017, Estoril, PT

Poster Presentations

Heyworth C., Rowland H. (2021). Avoidance learning in praying mantids: how does prey host plant influence predation? Poster presented at 20th IMPRS Symposium, International Max Planck Research School "The Exploration of Ecological Interactions with Molecular and Chemical Techniques", Jena, DE
Rubiano Buitrago P.A., Paetz C., Chandran J.N., Rowland H. (2021). Cardenolide metabolism in milkweed bugs - Comparative analysis of four Asclepias host species. Poster presented at 20th IMPRS Symposium, International Max Planck Research School "The Exploration of Ecological Interactions with Molecular and Chemical Techniques", Jena, DE
Protti Sanchez F., Mayer U., Rowland H. (2020). Behavioural responses to umami and bitter taste in domestic chicks (Gallus gallus). Poster presented at Institute Symposium, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE
Varma M.R., Winter G., Rowland H., Schielzeth H. (2020). Color development during ontogeny in Acrididae grasshoppers. Poster presented at Institute Symposium, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE
Heyworth C., Pokharel P., Blount J., Petschenka G., Rowland H. (2019). Do large milkweed bugs (O. fasciatus) show quantitative honest signalling? Poster presented at Institute Symposium, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE
Eacock A., Stiller J., Mohammadi S., Rowland H. (2018). Toxin resistance in birds. Poster presented at Institute Symposium, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE
Rowland H. (2018). The sensory world of birds. Poster presented at 6th GOEvol Meeting "#sensation @GOEEvolution 2018", Network for Evolutionary Biology in Göttingen, Göttingen, DE
Rowland H. (2017). Avian colour biases: an alternative method for assessing taste detection thresholds. Poster presented at Symposium Bird Sense 2017: Bird behaviour in a changing world: with a special focus on bird senses, Zoological Society of London, Institute of Zoology, London, GB
Rowland H. (2017). Taste potentiated colour biases: an alternative method for assessing taste detection thresholds in birds. Poster presented at Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (CSiV) XIV, Chemical Signal in Vertebrates (CSIV) Group, Cardiff, GB