Levy, K., Wegrzyn, Y., Efronny, R., Barnea, A
., Ayali, A. (2021) Lifelong exposure to artificial light at night impacts stridulation and locomotion activity patterns in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus. Proc. R. Soc
. B 288: 20211626. http://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2021.1626
Impact factor: 5.349
Reviewed in "Research Highlights" in Nature (21 September 2021), https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02560-0
Moaraf, S., Heiblum, R., Okuliarová, M., Hefetz, A., Scharf, I., Zeman, M., Barnea, A
. (2021). Evidence that artificial light at night induces structure-specific changes in brain plasticity in a diurnal bird. Biomolecules
, 11, 1069. https://doi.org/10.3390/biom11081069
Impact factor: 4.879An invited paper
in a special issue titled " Therapeutic Aspects of Circadian Rhythms" (Edited by RJ Nelson and JC Walton).
Moaraf S., Heiblum, R., Vistoropsky, Y., Okuliarová, M., Zeman, M., Barnea. A. (2020) Artificial light at night increases recruitment of new neurons and differentially affects various brain regions in female zebra finches. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 21, 6140; doi:10.3390/ijms21176140.
An invited paper in a special issue titled "Molecular Research on Light's Effects on Animals and Humans" (Edited by Michal Zeman).
Moaraf S., Vistoropsky, Y., Pozner. T., Heiblum, R., Okuliarová, M., Zeman, M., Barnea. A
. (2020) Artificial light at night affects brain plasticity and melatonin in birds. Neuroscience Letters
, 716 134639; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2019.134639
Pozner. T., Vistoropsky. Y., Moaraf. S., Heiblum, R. & Barnea. A.
(2018) Questioning seasonality of neuronal plasticity in the adult avian brain. Scientific Reports
. 8:11289; DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-29532-1
Barnea A, Smulders T.V. (2017) The Hippocampus: questions of homology. Preface for a Special Issue in Brain, Behavior and Evolution. Co-edited by Barnea A. and Smulders TV. 90(1):5-6.
Barkan S, Yom-Tov Y, & Barnea A. (2017) Possible relationship between brain plasticity, migratory lifestyle, and social structure in birds. Frontiers in Neuroscience, section Neurogenesis. 11:139. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2017.00139.
An invited paper in a special issue titled "Adult Neurogenesis: Beyond Rats and Mice” (Edited by Irmgard Amrein and Luca Bonfanti).
Fleischman S, Terkel, J, Barnea A. (2016) Visual recognition of individual conspecific males by female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Animal Behaviour, 120:21-30.
Barkan S, Roll, U, Yom-Tov Y, Wassenaar L, Barnea A.
(2016) Possible linkage between neuronal recruitment and relocation distance in migratory birds. Scientific Reports
. 6:21983; DOI: 10.1038/srep21983
Vistoropsky-Katz Y, Heiblum R, Smorodinsky NI, and Barnea A. (2016) Active immunization against Vasoactive Intestianl Peptide (VIP) decreases neuronal recruitment and inhibits reproduction in zebra finches. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 524:2516-2528.
Hacohen Kleiman, G., Barnea, A., Gozes, I. (2015) ADNP: a major autism mutated gene is differentially distributed (age and gender) in the songbird brain. Peptides, 72: 75-79.
An invited paper for a special issue in Abba Kastin's honor for his standing in the field and commitment to the journal over the past 35 years.
Aloni, E., Shapira, M., Eldar Finkelman, H., Barnea, A. (2015) GSK-3ß inhibition affects singing behavior and neurogenesis in adult songbirds. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 85: 233-244.
Cattan, A. Ayali, A., Barnea A.
(2015) The cell birth marker BrdU does not affect recruitment of subsequent cell divisions in the adult avian brain. Biomed Research International
. Volume 2015, Article ID 126078, 11 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/126078
Barkan, S. Yom-Tov Y. Barnea, A. (2014) A possible relation between new neuronal recruitment and migratory behavior among Acrocephalus warblers. Developmental Neurobiology, 74: 1194–1209.
Paker, Y., Yom-Tov, Y., Alon-Mozes, T., Barnea, A. (2014) The effect of plant richness and urban garden structure on bird species richness, diversity and community structure. Landscape and Urban Planning, 122: 186-195.
Mersten-Katz, C., Barnea, A., Yom-Tov, Y., Ar, A. (2012) The woodpecker's cavity microenvironment: Advantageous or restricting? Avian Biology Research, 5(4):227-237.
Barnea, A., Pravosudov, V. (2011) Birds as a model to study adult neurogenesis: Bridging evolutionary, comparative and neuroethological approaches. European Journal of Neuroscience. 34:884-907.
An invited review for a special issue: Towards a Comparative Understanding of Adult Neurogenesis.
Tsaadon Alon, L., Pietrokovski, S., Barkan, S., Avrahami, L., Kaidanovich-Beilin, O., Woodgett, J.R., Barnea, A., Eldar-Finkelman, H. (2011) Selective loss of glycogen synthase kinase-3a in birds reveals distinct roles for GSK-3 isozymes in tau phosphorylation. FEBS Letters. 585:1158–1162.
Barnea, A. (2010) Wild neurogenesis. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 75:86-87.
An invited review.
Hornfeld, SH. Terkel, J. Barnea, A. (2010) Neurons recruited in the nidopallium caudale, following changes in social environment, derive from the same original population. Behavioural Brain Research. 208:643-645.
Barnea, A. (2009) Interactions between environmental changes and brain plasticity in birds. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 163: 128-134.
An invited review.
Levin, E. Yom-Tov, Y., Barnea, A. (2009) Frequent summer nuptial flights of ants provide a primary food source for bats. Naturwissenschaften. 96(4): 421-549.
Levin E., Yom-Tov Y., Barnea A. and Huchon D. (2008) Genetic diversity and phylogeography of the greater mouse-tailed bat (Rhinopoma microphyllum) in the Levant. Acta Chiropterologica, 10(2): 207–212.
Adar E., Nottebohm F., Barnea A. (2008) The relation between nature of social change, age and position of new neurons, and their survival in adult zebra finch brain. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(20):5394 –5400. Reviewed in "Editors' Choice" in Science (2008, vol. 320, P. 1134)
Adar E., Lotem A. & Barnea A. (2008) The effect of social environment on singing behavior in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) and its implication for neuronal recruitment. Behavioural Brain Research, 187:178-184.
Barkan S., Ayali A., Nottebohm F. & Barnea A. (2007) Neuronal recruitment in adult zebra finch brain during a reproductive cycle. Developmental Neurobiology (Formerly: Journal of Neurobiology), 67(6):687-701.
Levin, E., Barnea, A., Yovel, Y. & Yom-Tov, Y. (2006) Have introduced species initiated piscivory among the long-fingered bat? Mammalian Biology, 71(3):139-143.
Barnea, A., Mishal, A. & Nottebohm, F. (2006) Social and spatial changes induce multiple survival regimes for new neurons in two regions of the adult brain: an anatomical representation of time? Behavioural Brain Research, 16(1):63-74.
Ar, A., Barnea, A., Yom-Tov, Y. & Mersten-Katz, C. (2004) Woodpecker cavity aeration: A predictive model. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology. 144:237-249.
Barnea, A. & Pannell, C.M. (2004) Male Blackbird defending Holly fruits. British Birds, 97(2):100-101.
Barnea, A. & Rothschild, M. (2002) The odour of pyrazine increases the egg mass of domsetic chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus). Journal of Zoology, 257(3):411-416.
Lipkind, D., Nottebohm, F., Rado, R. & Barnea, A. (2002) Social change affects the survival of new neurons in the forebrain of adult songbirds. Behavioural Brain Research, 133(1):31-43.
Katz, A., Gvaryahu, G., Robinson, B., Snapir, N. & Barnea, A. (1999) The effect of pyrazine odor on body mass and various organs in embryos and chicks (Gallus gallus domesticus). Poultry Science, 78:1786-1789.
Party, E., Barnea, A., Linnis, I., Gershy, E.L. (1997) Elimination of tritiated thymidine from birds. Health Physics, 72(4): 633-635.
Barnea, A., Nottebohm, F. (1996) Recruitment and replacement of hippocampal neurons in young and adult chickadees: an addition to the theory of hippocampal learning. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, USA, 93:714-718.
Barnea, A., Nottebohm, F. (1995) Patterns of food-storing by black-capped chickadees suggest a mnemonic hypothesis. Animal Behaviour, 490:1161-1176.
Barnea, A., Nottebohm, F. (1994) Seasonal recruitment of Hippocampal neurons in adult free-ranging black-capped chickadees. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A, 91(23):11217-11221.
Barnea, A., Harborne, J. B. & Pannell, C.M. (1993) What parts of fleshy-fruits contain secondary compounds toxic to birds and why? Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 214(4):421-429.
Barnea, A., Yom-Tov, Y. & Friedman, J. (1992) Effect of frugivorous birds on seed dispersal and germination of multi-seeded fruits. Acta OEcologia, 13(2):209-219.
Barnea, A., Yom-Tov, Y. & Friedman, J. (1991) Does ingestion by birds affect seed germination? Functional Ecology, 5:394-402.
Barnea, A., Yom-Tov, Y. & Friedman, J. (1990) Differential germination of two closely related species of Solanum in response to bird ingestion. Oikos, 57:222-228.
Barnea, A., Yom-Tov, Y. (1985) Syrian woodpecker attack Israeli irrigation pipes. Water and Irrigation Review, 3:4-5.
Barnea, A., Yom-Tov, Y. (1984) A method to deter Syrian woodpecker from drilling holes in irrigation pipes. Crop Protection, 3:35-39.