Apodemus


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Postnatal growth and development of the Formosan wood mouse Apodemus semotus.
27%) Apodemus flavicollis mice of 11 small rodents (mice and voles).
1993: Body fat of mice, Apodemus speciosus, Mus musculus and Micromys minutus.
glareolus and Apodemus flavicollis were categorised as 'forest specialists' (depend on forests, forest edges and forest patches), Apodemus agrarius (striped field mouse), A.
Darwinian positive selection of "V[alpha]14" genes Species Ratio of non-synonymous/ synonymous mutations in CDR1/CDR2 "V[alpha]14" V[alpha]1 Apodemus speciosus vs.
The specimens from LB2B and LB3 are larger than Apodemus atavus Heller, 1936 from TCH-1, 1B, 3 and 13 (Minwer-Barakar et al, 2005), PUR-7, PUR-13, CLC-3, CLC-3B, CLC-4B, AGU-1C and DHS-1 (Garcia-Alix et al, 2008a) and smaller than Apodemus jeanteti Michaux, 1967 from Arquillo 3 and Villalba Alta (Adrover, 1986); this latter species further differs from A.
6] de 9,9% de aislamientos en Apodemus agrarius, y de 3,25% obtenido por Santa Rosa y col.
Nonshivering thermogenesis in the common wood mouse Apodemus sylvaticus: The role of photoperiodicity and time of the day.
The ecologically similar European mice of the genus Apodemus suffer higher predation rates from owls in areas that have ground cover reduced by ungulates (Southern and Lowe, 1968).
The researchers focused their analysis on the striped field mouse, Apodemus agrarius, which hosted the great majority of the ticks and chiggers they recovered.
Hirota T, Hirohata T, Mashima H, Satob T, Obara Y (2004) Population structure of the large Japanese field mouse, Apodemus speciosus (Rodentia:Muridae), in suburban landscape, based on mitochondrial Dloop sequences.
The study with the two closely related strains of wood mice, Apodemus flavicollis and Apodemus sylvaticus, reported that the male A.
Burrowing behaviour and burrow architecture in Apodemus
2006) found the relationships between prevalence and host size in flea infestations of larger size, older-age class Apodemus agrarius and Microtis arvalis had either a concave or positive linear relationship.