Noga Kronfeld-Schor (Kronfeld)
Noga Kronfeld-Schor (Kronfeld)
Professor, School of Zoology , Faculty of Life Science, Tel Aviv University
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Partitioning of time as an ecological resource
N Kronfeld-Schor, T Dayan
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 34 (1), 153-181, 2003
SIRT6 protects against pathological damage caused by diet‐induced obesity
Y Kanfi, V Peshti, R Gil, S Naiman, L Nahum, E Levin, N Kronfeld‐Schor, ...
Aging cell 9 (2), 162-173, 2010
Monitoring of natural and synthetic hormones in a polluted river
K Barel-Cohen, LS Shore, M Shemesh, A Wenzel, J Mueller, ...
Journal of environmental management 78 (1), 16-23, 2006
Chronobiology by moonlight
N Kronfeld-Schor, D Dominoni, H De la Iglesia, O Levy, ED Herzog, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1765), 20123088, 2013
Circadian rhythms and depression: human psychopathology and animal models
N Kronfeld-Schor, H Einat
Neuropharmacology 62 (1), 101-114, 2012
In search of a temporal niche: environmental factors
RA Hut, N Kronfeld-Schor, V van der Vinne, H De la Iglesia
Progress in brain research 199, 281-304, 2012
Dissociation of leptin secretion and adiposity during prehibernatory fattening in little brown bats
N Kronfeld-Schor, C Richardson, BA Silvia, TH Kunz, EP Widmaier
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2000
Disrupted seasonal biology impacts health, food security and ecosystems
TJ Stevenson, ME Visser, W Arnold, P Barrett, S Biello, A Dawson, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1817), 20151453, 2015
Seasonal thermogenic acclimation of diurnally and nocturnally active desert spiny mice
N Kronfeld-Schor, A Haim, T Dayan, N Zisapel, M Klingenspor, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73 (1), 37-44, 2000
On the role of phylogeny in determining activity patterns of rodents
U Roll, T Dayan, N Kronfeld-Schor
Evolutionary Ecology 20 (5), 479-490, 2006
The dietary basis for temporal partitioning: food habits of coexisting Acomys species
N Kronfeld-Schor, T Dayan
Oecologia 121 (1), 123-128, 1999
Sand rats see the light: short photoperiod induces a depression-like response in a diurnal rodent
H Einat, N Kronfeld-Schor, D Eilam
Behavioural brain research 173 (1), 153-157, 2006
On the use of the time axis for ecological separation: diel rhythms as an evolutionary constraint
N Kronfeld-Schor, T Dayan, R Elvert, A Haim, N Zisapel, G Heldmaier
The American Naturalist 158 (4), 451-457, 2001
We are in the dark here: induction of depression-and anxiety-like behaviours in the diurnal fat sand rat, by short daylight or melatonin injections
T Ashkenazy, H Einat, N Kronfeld-Schor
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 12 (1), 83-93, 2009
Effect of artificial night lighting on temporally partitioned spiny mice
S Rotics, T Dayan, N Kronfeld-Schor
Journal of Mammalogy 92 (1), 159-168, 2011
The relationship between the golden spiny mouse circadian system and its diurnal activity: an experimental field enclosures and laboratory study
O Levy, T Dayan, N Kronfeld‐Schor
Chronobiology International 24 (4), 599-613, 2007
Defending body mass during food restriction in Acomys russatus: a desert rodent that does not store food
R Gutman, I Choshniak, N Kronfeld-Schor
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2006
It is darkness and not light: depression-like behaviors of diurnal unstriped Nile grass rats maintained under a short photoperiod schedule
T Ashkenazy-Frolinger, N Kronfeld-Schor, J Juetten, H Einat
Journal of neuroscience methods 186 (2), 165-170, 2010
Animal clocks: when science meets nature
N Kronfeld-Schor, G Bloch, WJ Schwartz
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1765), 20131354, 2013
Effects of bright light treatment on depression-and anxiety-like behaviors of diurnal rodents maintained on a short daylight schedule
T Ashkenazy, H Einat, N Kronfeld-Schor
Behavioural brain research 201 (2), 343-346, 2009
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