José L. Ardanaz

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Temperature is a major variable that affects all biological systems. Environmental temperature determines animal geographical distribution and activity, and influences their reproductive cycle, particularly within the temperate zone. Temperature, as a physical parameter, also strongly affects excitable tissues. The hypothesis of temperature as the most(More)
At the southern boundary of gymnotiform distribution in America, water temperature changes seasonally, and may be an environmental cue for the onset of breeding. In this study, we aim to describe the role of temperature upon electric organ discharge waveform in Gymnotus carapo, order Gymnotiformes, family Gymnotidae, and to analyze its interactions with the(More)
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