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[a contribution to the craniomorphology of apodemus microps k-r]. 196313940955
[blood parasites of small wild mammals in czechoslovakia].the author investigated 4,853 specimens of wild living small mammals (43 species: insectivora, chiroptera, lagomorpha, rodentia, carnivora) from czechoslovakia for blood parasites. trypanosomes were found in talpa europaea, sorex alpinus, crocidura suaveolens, myotis myotis, apodemus sylvaticus, apodemus flavicollis, mus musculus, rattus norvegicus, clethrionomys glareolus and microtus agrestis. babesia was detected in myotis emarginatus, myotis myotis, clethrionomys glareolus, microtus arvalis ...19751158292
small mammals (insectivora, rodentia) as a potential source of chlamydial infection in east slovakia.the presence of antibodies against chlamydophila (chlamydia) psittaci in small mammals (insectivora, rodentia) in the region of east slovakia are presented. the hosts were caught in several areas of slovakia in habitats with different levels of anthropogenic disturbance. research was carried out during 2000-2002. the authors examined 1,947 sera coming from 4 insectivore and 10 rodent species. each serum was examined by micromethod of complement binding reactions using antigen chlamydophila (chla ...200415236511
cd55 and cd59 protein expression by apodemus (field mice) sperm in the absence of cd46.the mammalian female reproductive tract has an abundance of complement components, which play a vital role in protection against genital pathogens. sperm may be protected against complement-mediated damage by complement regulatory proteins, including membrane cofactor protein (cd46), decay accelerating factor (cd55) and cd59. however, sperm from apodemus (field mice) do not express cd46 protein. the aim of the present study was to determine whether apodemus sperm may be protected against complem ...200919501411
habitat-specific shaping of proliferation and neuronal differentiation in adult hippocampal neurogenesis of wild rodents.daily life of wild mammals is characterized by a multitude of attractive and aversive stimuli. the hippocampus processes complex polymodal information associated with such stimuli and mediates adequate behavioral responses. how newly generated hippocampal neurons in wild animals contribute to hippocampal function is still a subject of debate. here, we test the relationship between adult hippocampal neurogenesis (ahn) and habitat types. to this end, we compare wild muridae species of southern afr ...201323616743
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