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    1. McBride, SD; Cuddeford, D
      The putative welfare-reducing effects of preventing equine stereotypic behaviour

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    2. Chesser, RK; Rodgers, BE; Wickliffe, JK; Gaschak, S; Chizhevsky, I; Phillips, CJ; Baker, RJ
      Accumulation of (137)cesium and (90)strontium from abiotic and biotic sources in rodents at Chornobyl, Ukraine

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    3. Rodgers, BE; Chesser, RK; Wickliffe, JK; Phillips, CJ; Baker, RJ
      Subchronic exposure of BALB/c and C57BL/6 strains of Mus musculus to the radioactive environment of the Chornobyl, Ukraine exclusion zone

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    4. Schwaibold, U; Pillay, N
      Stereotypic behaviour is genetically transmitted in the African striped mouse Rhabdomys pumilio

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    5. Schoenecker, B; Heller, KE
      The involvement of dopamine (DA) and serotonin (5-HT) in stress-induced stereotypies in bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus)

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    6. Wurbel, H
      Ideal homes? Housing effects on rodent brain and behaviour

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    7. Ergon, T; MacKinnon, JL; Stenseth, NC; Boonstra, R; Lambin, X
      Mechanisms for delayed density-dependent reproductive traits in field voles, Microtus agrestis: the importance of inherited environmental effects

      OIKOS
    8. Oli, MK; Dobson, FS
      Population cycles in small mammals: The alpha-hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    9. Turner, CA; Pkesti, MF; Newman, HA; Bugenhagen, P; Crnic, L; Lewis, MH
      Spontaneous stereotypy in an animal model of Down syndrome: Ts65Dn mice

      BEHAVIOR GENETICS
    10. Zhigalski, OA; Kshnyasev, IA
      Population cycles of the bank vole in the range optimum

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    11. Banks, PB; Norrdahl, K; Korpimaki, E
      Nonlinearity in the predation risk of prey mobility

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    12. Callard, MD; Bursten, SN; Price, EO
      Repetitive backflipping behaviour in captive roof rats (Rattus rattus) andthe effects of cage enrichment

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    13. Hazel, SM; Bennett, M; Chantrey, J; Bown, K; Cavanagh, R; Jones, TR; Baxby, D; Begon, M
      A longitudinal study of an endemic disease in its wildlife reservoir: cowpox and wild rodents

      EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION
    14. Cosyns, P; Odberg, F
      Obsessive compulsive disorders: Clinical hallmarks and animal models

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    15. Perrot-Sinal, T; Ossenkopp, KP; Kavaliers, M
      Influence of a natural stressor (predator odor) on locomotor activity in the meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus): modulation by sex, reproductive condition and gonadal hormones

      PSYCHONEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Norrdahl, K; Korpimaki, E
      The impact of predation risk from small mustelids on prey populations

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    17. Appleton, J; Lee, KM; Kapusta, KS; Damek, M; Cooke, M
      The heavy metal content of the teeth of the bank vole (Clethrionomys glareolus) as an exposure marker of environmental pollution in Poland

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    18. Schoenecker, B; Heller, KE; Freimanis, T
      Development of stereotypies and polydipsia in wild caught bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus) and their laboratory-bred offspring. Is polydipsia a symptom of diabetes mellitus?

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    19. Ouin, A; Paillat, G; Butet, A; Burel, F
      Spatial dynamics of wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) in an agricultural landscape under intensive use in the Mont Saint Michel Bay (France)

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    20. Bilinska, B; Schmalz-Fraczek, B; Sadowska, J; Carreau, S
      Localization of cytochrome P450 aromatase and estrogen receptors alpha andbeta in testicular cells - an immunohistochemical study of the bank vole

      ACTA HISTOCHEMICA
    21. Carlsen, M; Lodal, J; Leirs, H; Jensen, TS
      Effects of predation on temporary autumn populations of subadult Clethrionomys glareolus in forest clearings

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SAUGETIERKUNDE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY
    22. Pusenius, J; Ostfeld, RS
      Effects of stoat's presence and auditory cues indicating its presence on tree seedling predation by meadow voles

      OIKOS
    23. Jonsson, P; Koskela, E; Mappes, T
      Does risk of predation by mammalian predators affect the spacing behaviourof rodents? Two large-scale experiments

      OECOLOGIA
    24. Steen, H; Haydon, D
      Can population growth rates vary with the spatial scale at which they are measured?

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    25. Fischer, O; Matlova, L; Bartl, J; Dvorska, L; Melicharek, I; Pavlik, I
      Findings of mycobacteria in insectivores and small rodents

      FOLIA MICROBIOLOGICA
    26. Bolbroe, T; Jeppesen, LL; Leirs, H
      Behavioural response of field voles under mustelid predation risk in the laboratory: more than neophobia

      ANNALES ZOOLOGICI FENNICI
    27. Ahlm, C; Wallin, K; Lundkvist, A; Elgh, F; Juto, P; Merza, M; Tarnvik, A
      Serologic evidence of Puumala virus infection in wild moose in northern Sweden

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
    28. Rajska-Jurgiel, E
      Breeding dispersal in Clethrionomys glareolus females

      ACTA THERIOLOGICA
    29. Blottner, S; Faber, D; Roelants, H
      Seasonal variation of testicular activity in European brown hare Lepus europaeus

      ACTA THERIOLOGICA
    30. Koivula, M; Viitala, J; Korpimaki, E
      Kestrels prefer scent marks according to species and reproductive status of votes

      ECOSCIENCE
    31. Grostal, P; Dicke, M
      Direct and indirect cues of predation risk influence behavior and reproduction of prey: a case for acarine interactions

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    32. Bilinska, B; Kmicikiewicz, I; Pierscinski, A; Sadowska, J
      The effect of testicular macrophages, macrophage-conditioned medium and interleukin-1 alpha on the cytoskeleton of bank vole Leydig cells

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    33. Aberle, SW; Lehner, P; Ecker, M; Aberle, JH; Arneitz, K; Khanakah, G; Radda, A; Radda, I; Popow-Kraupp, T; Kunz, C; Heinz, FX
      Nephropathia epidemica and Puumala virus in Austria

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY & INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    34. Kozakiewicz, M; Gortat, T; Kozakiewicz, A; Barkowska, M
      Effects of habitat fragmentation on four rodent species in a Polish farm landscape

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    35. Blottner, S; Roelants, H; Wagener, A; Wenzel, UD
      Testicular mitosis, meiosis and apoptosis in mink (Mustela vison) during breeding and non-breeding seasons

      ANIMAL REPRODUCTION SCIENCE
    36. Kostal, L; Vyboh, P; Savory, CJ; Jurani, M; Kubikova, L; Blazicek, P
      Influence of food restriction on dopamine receptor densities, catecholamine concentrations and dopamine turnover in chicken brain

      NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Plyusnin, A; Mustonen, J; Asikainen, K; Plyusnina, A; Niemimaa, J; Henttonen, H; Vaheri, A
      Analysis of Puumala hantavirus genome in patients with nephropathia epidemica and rodent carriers from the sites of infection

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL VIROLOGY
    38. Perrot-Sinal, TS; Ossenkopp, KP; Kavaliers, M
      Effects of repeated exposure to fox odor on locomotor activity levels and spatial movement patterns in breeding male and female meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus)

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    39. Oli, MK
      The Chitty effect: A consequence of dynamic energy allocation in a fluctuating environment

      THEORETICAL POPULATION BIOLOGY
    40. Powell, SB; Newman, HA; Pendergast, JF; Lewis, MH
      A rodent model of spontaneous stereotypy: Initial characterization of developmental, environmental, and neurobiological factors

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    41. Carlsen, M; Lodal, J; Leirs, H; Jensen, TS
      The effect of predation risk on body weight in the field vole, Microtus agrestis

      OIKOS
    42. Oli, MK; Dobson, FS
      Population cycles in small mammals: the role of age at sexual maturity

      OIKOS
    43. Harri, M; Lindblom, J; Malinen, H; Hyttinen, M; Lapvetelainen, T; Eskola, S; Helminen, HJ
      Effect of access to a running wheel on behavior of C57BL/6J mice

      LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    44. Ims, RA; Andreassen, HP
      Effects of experimental habitat fragmentation and connectivity on root vole demography

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    45. Eilam, D; Dayan, T; Ben-Eliyahu, S; Schulman, I; Shefer, G; Hendrie, CA
      Differential behavioural and hormonal responses of voles and spiny mice toowl calls

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    46. KAPUSTA J
      GONADAL-HORMONES AND INTRASEXUAL AGGRESSIVE-BEHAVIOR IN FEMALE BANK VOLES (CLETHRIONOMYS-GLAREOLUS)

      Aggressive behavior
    47. ANDELT WF; BECK TDI
      EFFECT OF BLACK-FOOTED FERRET ODORS ON BEHAVIOR AND REPRODUCTION OF PRAIRIE DOGS

      The Southwestern naturalist
    48. MCGREEVY P; NICOL C
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL CONSEQUENCES ASSOCIATED WITH SHORT-TERM PREVENTION OF CRIB-BITING IN HORSES

      Physiology & behavior
    49. BLANCHARD RJ; NIKULINA JN; SAKAI RR; MCKITTRICK C; MCEWEN B; BLANCHARD DC
      BEHAVIORAL AND ENDOCRINE CHANGE FOLLOWING CHRONIC PREDATORY STRESS

      Physiology & behavior
    50. MAPPES T; KOSKELA E; YLONEN H
      BREEDING SUPPRESSION IN VOLES UNDER PREDATION RISK OF SMALL MUSTELIDS- LABORATORY OR METHODOLOGICAL ARTIFACT

      Oikos
    51. KLEMOLA T; KORPIMAKI E; NORRDAHL K
      DOES AVIAN PREDATION RISK DEPRESS REPRODUCTION OF VOLES

      Oecologia
    52. TAHKA KM; KAIPIA A; TOPPARI J; TAHKA S; TUURI T; TUOHIMAA P
      HORMONAL AND PHOTOPERIODIC MODULATION OF TESTICULAR MESSENGER-RNAS CODING FOR INHIBIN ACTIVIN SUBUNITS AND FOLLISTATIN IN CLETHRIONOMYS-GLAREOLUS, SCHREBER/

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    53. Borowski, Z
      Influence of predator odour on the feeding behaviour of the root vole (Microtus oeconomus Pallas, 1776)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    54. Borowski, Z
      Influence of weasel (Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, 1766) odour on spatial behaviour of root voles (Microtus oeconomus Pallas, 1776)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    55. SUN LX; MULLERSCHWARZE D
      BEAVER RESPONSE TO RECURRENT ALIEN SCENTS - SCENT FENCE OR SCENT MATCH

      Animal behaviour
    56. KMICIKIEWICZ I; BILINSKA B
      THE CAPABILITY OF ANDROGEN AROMATIZATION BY BANK VOLE LEYDIG-CELLS IN-VITRO - THE EFFECT OF AROMATASE INHIBITOR

      Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
    57. JOHNSTON RE; SOROKIN ES; FERKIN MH
      SCENT COUNTER-MARKING BY MALE MEADOW VOLES - FEMALES PREFER THE TOP-SCENT MALE

      Ethology
    58. HETH G; TODRANK J
      PATTERNS OF URINATION OF A BLIND SUBTERRANEAN RODENT, SPALAX-EHRENBERGI

      Ethology
    59. CORP N; GORMAN ML; SPEAKMAN JR
      SEASONAL-VARIATION IN THE RESTING METABOLIC-RATE OF MALE WOOD MICE APODEMUS-SYLVATICUS FROM 2 CONTRASTING HABITATS 15 KM APART

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    60. WOLFF JO; DAVISBORN R
      RESPONSE OF GRAY-TAILED VOLES TO ODORS OF A MUSTELID PREDATOR - A FIELD-TEST

      Oikos
    61. FITZGIBBON CD
      SMALL MAMMALS IN FARM WOODLANDS - THE EFFECTS OF HABITAT, ISOLATION AND SURROUNDING LAND-USE PATTERNS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    62. KLEMOLA T; KOIVULA M; KORPIMAKI E; NORRDAHL K
      SMALL MUSTELID PREDATION SLOWS POPULATION-GROWTH OF MICROTUS VOLES - A PREDATOR REDUCTION EXPERIMENT

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    63. IMS RA
      DETERMINANTS OF GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION IN GROWTH AND REPRODUCTIVE TRAITS IN THE ROOT VOLE

      Ecology
    64. WURBEL H; STAUFFACHER M
      AGE AND WEIGHT AT WEANING AFFECT CORTICOSTERONE LEVEL AND DEVELOPMENTOF STEREOTYPIES IN ICR-MICE

      Animal behaviour
    65. PEKKARINEN P; HEIKKILA J
      PREY SELECTION OF THE LEAST WEASEL MUSTELA-NIVALIS IN THE LABORATORY

      Acta Theriologica
    66. PARSONS GJ; BONDRUPNIELSEN S
      EXPERIMENTAL-ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR OF MEADOW VOLES (MICROTUS-PENNSYLVANICUS) TO ODORS OF THE SHORT-TAILED WEASEL (MUSTELA-ERMINEA)

      Ecoscience
    67. ZALEWSKI A
      CHOICE OF AGE CLASSES OF BANK VOLES CLETHRIONOMYS-GLAREOLUS BY PINE MARTEN MARTES MARTES AND TAWNY OWL STRIX ALUCO IN BIALOWIEZA NATIONAL-PARK

      Acta oecologica
    68. KORPIMAKI E; KOIVUNEN V; HAKKARAINEN H
      MICROHABITAT USE AND BEHAVIOR OF VOLES UNDER WEASEL AND RAPTOR PREDATION RISK - PREDATOR FACILITATION

      Behavioral ecology
    69. PERROTSINAL TS; HEALE VR; OSSENKOPP KP; KAVALIERS M
      SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC ASPECTS OF SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN MEADOW VOLES (MICROTUS-PENNSYLVANICUS) - EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO FOX ODOR

      Behavioral neuroscience
    70. WURBEL H; STAUFFACHER M; VONHOLST D
      STEREOTYPIES IN LABORATORY MICE - QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE DESCRIPTION OF THE ONTOGENY OF WIRE-GNAWING AND JUMPING IN ZUR-ICR AND ZUR-ICR-NU

      Ethology
    71. VANDEBROEK I; CAEMAERT J; ODBERG FO
      A COMBINED STEREOTAXIC ADAPTER AND ANESTHESIA APPARATUS FOR MICRODIALYSIS STUDIES IN SMALL RODENTS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    72. ZIMMERLING TN; ZIMMERLING LM
      A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PREDATOR ODOR AND PLANT ANTIFEEDANT IN DETERRING SMALL MAMMAL FEEDING DAMAGE ON LODGEPOLE PINE-SEEDLINGS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    73. BILINSKA B; SLOMCZYNSKA M; KMICIKIEWICZ I
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTORS IN LEYDIG-CELLS OF THE BANK VOLE (CLETHRIONOMYS-GLAREOLUS, SCHREBER) - AN IN-VITRO STUDY

      Acta histochemica
    74. HARPER SJ; BATZLI GO
      EFFECTS OF PREDATORS ON STRUCTURE OF THE BURROWS OF VOLES

      Journal of mammalogy
    75. HORLING J; LUNDKVIST A; JAAROLA M; PLYUSNIN A; TEGELSTROM H; PERSSON K; LEHVASLAIHO H; HORNFELDT B; VAHERI A; NIKLASSON B
      DISTRIBUTION AND GENETIC-HETEROGENEITY OF PUUMALA VIRUS IN SWEDEN

      Journal of General Virology
    76. ANDREASSEN HP; HALLE S; IMS RA
      OPTIMAL WIDTH OF MOVEMENT CORRIDORS FOR ROOT VOLES - NOT TOO NARROW AND NOT TOO WIDE

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    77. MAIER G
      VARIABLE MATING DURATIONS IN CYCLOPOID COPEPODS - AN ADAPTATION TO CHANGING PREDATION RISKS

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    78. SOKOLOV VE; NAIDENKO SV; SERBENYUK MA
      RECOGNITION BY THE EUROPEAN LYNX (LYNX LY NX, FELIDAE, CARNIVORA) OF THE SPECIES AND SEX AND AGE OF CONSPECIFIC, FAMILIAR, AND UNFAMILIAR INDIVIDUALS ACCORDING TO URINARY ODORS

      Izvestia Akademii nauk SSSR. Seria biologiceskaa
    79. LOFGREN O; HORNFELDT B; EKLUND U
      EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD ON A CYCLIC CLETHRIONOMYS-GLAREOLUS POPULATION AT PEAK DENSITY

      Acta Theriologica
    80. DOHMAE K; NISHIMUNE Y
      PROTECTION AGAINST HANTAVIRUS INFECTION BY DAMS IMMUNITY TRANSFERRED VERTICALLY TO NEONATES

      Archives of virology
    81. FRANZBLAU SH; KANADANIAN M; RETTIG E
      CRITIQUE OF REDUCTIONISTIC MODELS OF OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER - TOWARD A NEW EXPLANATORY PARADIGM

      Social science & medicine
    82. PLYUSNIN A; VAPALAHTI O; LEHVASLAIHO H; APEKINA N; MIKHAILOVA T; GAVRILOVSKAYA I; LAAKKONEN J; NIEMIMAA J; HENTTONEN H; BRUMMERKORVENKONTIO M; VAHERI A
      GENETIC-VARIATION OF WILD PUUMALA VIRUSES WITHIN THE SEROTYPE, LOCAL RODENT POPULATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL ANIMAL

      Virus research
    83. HORLING J; LUNDKVIST A; PERSSON K; MULLAART M; DZAGUROVA T; DEKONENKO A; TKACHENKO E; NIKLASSON B
      DETECTION AND SUBSEQUENT SEQUENCING OF PUUMALA-VIRUS FROM HUMAN SPECIMENS BY PCR

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    84. NORRDAHL K; KORPIMAKI E
      DOES PREDATION RISK CONSTRAIN MATURATION IN CYCLIC VOLE POPULATIONS

      Oikos
    85. HJELLE B; LEE SW; SONG WM; TORREZMARTINEZ N; SONG JW; YANAGIHARA R; GAVRILOVSKAYA I; MACKOW ER
      MOLECULAR LINKAGE OF HANTAVIRUS PULMONARY SYNDROME TO THE WHITE-FOOTED MOUSE, PERMYSCUS-LEUCOPUS - GENETIC-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE M-GENOMEOF NEW-YORK-VIRUS

      Journal of virology
    86. HANSSON L
      IS THE INDIRECT PREDATOR EFFECT A SPECIAL CASE OF GENERALIZED REACTIONS TO DENSITY-RELATED DISTURBANCES IN CYCLIC RODENT POPULATIONS

      Annales zoologici Fennici
    87. KARIWA H; YOSHIZUMI S; ARIKAWA J; YOSHIMATSU K; TAKAHASHI K; TAKASHIMA I; HASHIMOTO N
      EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF PUUMULA-RELATED VIRUS AMONG CLETHRIONOMYS RUFOCANUS IN HOKKAIDO, JAPAN

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    88. GIRAUDOUX P; DELATTRE P; QUERE JP; DAMANGE JP
      STRUCTURE AND KINETICS OF RODENT POPULATIONS, IN A REGION UNDER AGRICULTURAL LAND ABANDONMENT

      Acta oecologica
    89. KORPIMAKI E; NORRDAHL K; VALKAMA J
      REPRODUCTIVE INVESTMENT UNDER FLUCTUATING PREDATION RISK - MICROTINE RODENTS AND SMALL MUSTELIDS

      Evolutionary ecology
    90. YLONEN H
      VOLE CYCLES AND ANTIPREDATORY BEHAVIOR

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    91. ZIMMERLING LM; SULLIVAN TP
      INFLUENCE OF MUSTELID SEMIOCHEMICALS ON POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF THE DEER MOUSE (PEROMYSCUS-MANICULATUS)

      Journal of chemical ecology
    92. SAVORY CJ; KOSTAL L
      THE ROLE OF ADRENOCEPTORS IN CONTROL OF STEREOTYPED ORAL BEHAVIOR IN RESTRICTED-FED FOWLS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    93. PLYUSNIN A; VAPALAHTI O; LANKINEN H; LEHVASLAIHO H; APEKINA N; MYASNIKOV Y; KALLIOKOKKO H; HENTTONEN H; LUNDKVIST A; BRUMMERKORVENKONTIO M; GAVRILOVSKAYA I; VAHERI A
      TULA VIRUS - A NEWLY DETECTED HANTAVIRUS CARRIED BY EUROPEAN COMMON VOLES

      Journal of virology
    94. PLYUSNIN A; VAPALAHTI O; ULFVES K; LEHVASLAIHO H; APEKINA N; GAVRILOVSKAYA I; BLINOV V; VAHERI A
      SEQUENCES OF WILD PUUMALA VIRUS GENES SHOW A CORRELATION OF GENETIC-VARIATION WITH GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN OF THE STRAINS

      Journal of General Virology
    95. DOHMAE R; KOSHIMIZU U; NISHIMUNE Y
      IN-UTERO AND MAMMARY TRANSFER OF HANTAVIRUS ANTIBODY FROM DAMS TO INFANT RATS

      Laboratory animal science
    96. WANG M; ROSSI C; SCHMALJOHN CS
      EXPRESSION OF NONCONSERVED REGIONS OF THE S-GENOME SEGMENTS OF 3 HANTAVIRUSES - EVALUATION OF THE EXPRESSED POLYPEPTIDES FOR DIAGNOSIS OF HEMORRHAGIC-FEVER WITH RENAL SYNDROME

      Journal of General Virology
    97. VIITALA J; YLONEN H
      FROM POPULATION-DYNAMICS TO EXPERIMENTAL EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY - CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF SOCIAL PROCESSES IN VOLES

      Annales zoologici Fennici
    98. HEIKKILA J; KAARSALO K; MUSTONEN O; PEKKARINEN P
      INFLUENCE OF PREDATION RISK ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND MATURATION IN 3 SPECIES OF CLETHRIONOMYS VOLES

      Annales zoologici Fennici


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