Apodemus sylvaticus


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Related to Apodemus sylvaticus: Micromys minutus, Apodemus flavicollis
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Synonyms for Apodemus sylvaticus

nocturnal yellowish-brown mouse inhabiting woods and fields and gardens

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Studies on small mammals in forests have shown negative effects of increasing isolation when focusing on single species, such as Myodes glareolus and Apodemus sylvaticus (Kozakiewicz 1985, Paillat and Butet 1996, Fitzgibbon 1997, but see Szacki 1987).
Apodemus Sylvaticus (Wood Mouse): One of the most common small mammals.
De todas las especies existentes, en Ecotoxicologia son tres especialmente las que son mas susceptibles en la actualidad de emplearse como bioindicadoras, todas pertenecientes a la familia de los Muridae: Apodemus sylvaticus (raton de campo), Mus domesticus (raton domestico) y Rattus rattus (rata negra).
Por ejemplo en Peromyscus mexicanus las variaciones en la densidad poblacional corresponde mejor a cambios climaticos que a perturbaciones debidas a actividades humanas (Martinez-Gallardo 1995), mientras que Apodemus sylvaticus muestra mayor supervivencia en zonas sin disturbios (Dickman & Doncaster 1989).
An age reference model for the wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus (Linnaeus, 1758), by use of the lens technique.
The sperm of the European wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus, hook together in long, thick trains that can double an individual's speed, say Harry Moore of the University of Sheffield in England and his colleagues in the July 11 Nature.
Seed detection by the wood mouse Apodemus sylvaticus.
All these authors mention that the diet of the common genet is based on the predation of rodents and more precisely Apodemus sylvaticus.
Short photoperiod (SD) increases the NST capacity in many rodents including Sekeetamys calurus (Haim, 1996), Apodemus sylvaticus (Klaus et al.
The 69 double captures of Apodemus sylvaticus (wood mice) reported by Verhagen and Verheyen (1982) were only about 0.