Angus A Martin

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Mammalian mating systems are thought to be shaped by the spatial distribution and abundance of key resources, which in turn influence the spacing behaviour of individuals. In particular, female home range size is predicted to reflect the availability of key resources. We documented the availability and distribution of food and shelter resources for two(More)
Djungarian hamsters adapted to a 12/12-h L/D photoperiod at 28 +/- 1 degrees C Tamb, implanted with electroencephalogram and electromyogram electrodes and fitted with pneumomanometers were monitored for 4 h on 5 consecutive days to obtain baseline sleep stages and respiration in the nontorpid hamster. Fifty-seven percent of recording time was spent in the(More)
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