Publications

  • Brown, K.J., B.K Young, F. Goller and D. Margoliash (date unknown). Population gesture dynamics in the zebra finch vocal motor song system. Soc. for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. Accepted, .
  • Hoepfner, A.R., H. Morrogh-Bernard, S. Husson and F. Goller (date unknown). Social and environmental influences on the long call behavior of male orangutans. Intntl. Primatological Society (IPS) Congress, Hanoi, Vietnam. Accepted, .
  • Crespo, J.G., F. Goller and N.J. Vickers (date unknown). Influence of ambient temperature on the pre-flight and flight activities of pheromone-stimulated male moths. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Austin, TX. Accepted, .
  • Hoepfner, A.R. (date unknown). Hoepfner, A.R. and F. Goller (2016). Benefits and limitations of passive acoustic monitoring (PAM) systems compared to direct observation in free-living primates. IPS/ASP, Chicago. Accepted, .
  • Spainhower, K.B., C.L. Milligan, L. Christensen, R.A. Meyers and F. Goller (date unknown). Species differences in the restructuring of syringeal muscles after denervation. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Austin, TX. Accepted, .
  • Garcia, S (date unknown). Garcia, S., C. Kopuchian, M. Fuxjager, T. Riede and F. Goller (2016). Functional morphology of the avian syrinx: A comparative histological analysis of the syrinx in select passerines. North American Ornithological Conference 2016, Washington, DC. Accepted, .
  • Garcia, S. (date unknown). Garcia, S., C. Kopuchian, M.J. Fuxjager, G.B. Mindlin and F. Goller (2016). Tracheophones revisited: The three sound source syrinx. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Portland, OR. Accepted, .
  • Hoepfner, A.R. (date unknown). Hoepfner, A.R., H. Morrogh-Bernard, S. Husson, M. Harrison and F. Goller (2016). Social and environmental influences on long call behavior of male orangutans. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Portland, OR. Accepted, .
  • Christensen, L., R.A. Meyers and F. Goller (date unknown). (2014). Lack of song in females does not drive sexual dimorphism in syringeal muscle composition. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Austin, TX. Accepted, .
  • Garcia, S. (date unknown). Contributions of syringeal muscles to acoustic parameters of song in suboscines and oscines. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, West Palm Beach, FL. Accepted, .
  • Goller, F. (date unknown). F. Goller (2016). Sound production and modification in birds - mechanisms, methodology and open questions. In: Comparative Bioacoustics: An Overview (eds. C. Brown and T. Riede). Bentham Science Publishers, e-book, in press.. Accepted, .
  • Crespo, J.G., N.J. Vickers and F. Goller (date unknown). Male moths optimally balance take-off thoracic temperature and warm-up duration to reach a pheromone source quickly. Animal Behaviour, 98:79-85. Accepted, .
  • Mendez, J.M. (date unknown). Multifunctional bilateral muscle control of vocal output in the songbird syrinx. J. Neurophysiol. Vol. 124, 1857–1874. Accepted, .
  • Döppler, J.F. (date unknown). Dynamics behind rough sounds in the song of the Pitangus sulphuratus. Physical Rev. E. Vol. 102. Accepted, .
  • Clarke, J.A. (date unknown). Clarke, J.A., S. Chatterjee, Z. Li, T. Riede, F. Agnolin, F. Goller, M.P. Isasi, D.R. Martinioni, F.J. Mussel, and F.E. Novas (2016). Fossil remains of the avian vocal organ, or syrinx, from the Cretaceous of Antarctica. Nature 538:502-502. Accepted, .
  • Schmidt, M. (date unknown). Schmidt, M. and F. Goller (2016). Breathtaking songs: Coordinating the neural circuits for breathing and singing. Physiology 31:442-451. Accepted, .
  • Goller, M., F. Goller and S.S. French (date unknown). A heterogeneous thermal environment enables remarkable behavioral thermoregulation in Uta stansburiana. Ecology and Evolution 4:3319-3329. Accepted, .
  • Riede, TC (date unknown). Riede, T. C. Eliason, E.H. Miller, F. Goller and J.A. Clarke (2016). Coos, booms, and hoots: the evolution of closed-mouth vocal behavior in birds. Evolution 70: 1734–1746. Accepted, .
  • Tobiansky D.J. (date unknown). Androgenic modulation of extraordinary muscle speed creates a performance trade-off with endurance. J. Exp. Biol. Vol. 223. Accepted, .
  • Fuxjager, M.J. (date unknown). Fuxjager, M.J., F. Goller, A. Dirkse, G.D. Sanin and S. Garcia (2016). Select forelimb muscles have evolved superfast contractile speed to support acrobatic social displays. eLife 5:e13544. Accepted, .
  • Riede, T. and F. Goller (date unknown). Morphological basis for the evolution of acoustic diversity in oscine songbirds. Proc. R. Soc. B. 281, 20132306. Accepted, .
  • FRANZ GOLLER (date unknown). A circular model for song motor control in Serinus canaria. Front. Computat. Neurosci. 9:41. Accepted, .
  • Alonso, R., F. Goller and G.B. Mindlin (date unknown). Motor control of sound frequency in birdsong involves the interaction between air sac pressure and labial tension. Physical Review E 89, 032706. Accepted, .
  • Uribarri, G. (date unknown). Unusual avian vocal mechanism facilitates encoding of body size. Physical Rev. Letters. Vol. 124. Accepted, .
  • FRANZ GOLLER (date unknown). The functional morphology of male courtship displays in the pectoral sandpiper (Calidris melanotos). The Auk, 132:665-77. Accepted, .

Presentations

  • Departmental Seminar, Ecology and Evolution, University of Münster, November 2016. , Presented, 2016.
  • Wake Forest University Perspectives in Biology Symposium, November 2016. , Presented, 2016.
  • Departmental Seminar, Biology, McGill University, Montreal. , Presented, 2015.
  • Departmental Seminar, Ecology and Evolution, Univ. of Texas, Austin. , Presented, 2015.
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Departmental Seminar. , Presented, 2014.
  • 9th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics. , Presented, 2014.
  • Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethology, Vienna. , Presented, 2013.