Dorottya Kiss

MSc in Biology (2010, Eötvös Loránd University)
PhD student

Research interests

  • Sex ratio adjustment of birds: the role of corticosterone; within-population differences between years.
  • Effects of parental quality and environmental factors on parental care.


Kiss, D., Hegyi, G., Török, J., Rosivall, B. (2013). The relationship between maternal ornamentation and feeding rate is explained by intrinsic nestling quality. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67:185-192.
Laczi, M., Hegyi, G., Herényi, M., Kiss, D., Markó, G., Nagy, G., Rosivall, B., Szöllősi, E., Török, J. (2013). Integrated plumage colour variation in relation to body condition, reproductive investment and laying date in the collared flycatcher. Naturwissenschaften 100:(10) 983-991.
Boross, N., Markó, G., Laczi, M., Garamszegi, L.Z., Hegyi, G., Herényi, M., Kiss, D., Nagy, G., Rosivall, B., Szöllősi, E., Török, J. (2012). Sources of variation in haematocrit in the Collared Flycatcher (Ficedula albicollis). Ornis Hungarica 20:64-72.
Szász, E., Kiss, D., Rosivall, B. (2012). Sex ratio adjustment in birds. Ornis Hungarica 20(1):26-36.

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