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Ctenomys talarum

National Institutes of Health

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2015
2015
Abstract Prey organisms exhibit primary adaptations that contribute to avoid predators and secondary mechanisms that allow them… 
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2015
2015
Postnatal development of subterranean habits was investigated in Los Talas’ tuco-tuco Ctenomys talarum, a subterranean caviomorph… 
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2011
2011
In the present study, we evaluated whether reproductive condition affects female reproductive behaviour in the induced ovulator… 
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2011
2011
We studied the occurrence of digestive strategies at different levels in females of the subterranean herbivorous rodent Ctenomys… 
2010
2010
A methodology for studying the social and reproductive behaviour of solitary subterranean rodents under laboratory conditions is… 
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2010
2010
The present work describes the association between environmental variables and reproductive seasonality in wild femaleCtenomys… 
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2010
2010
The tuco-tucoCtenomys talarum Thomas, 1898 is a solitary subterranean rodent that breeds seasonally in coastal sand-dune… 
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2010
2010
We analysed the physical structure and functional interpretation of juvenile vocalizations ofCtenomys talarum Thomas, 1898. Two… 
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2010
2010
  • C. Schleich
  • Developmental psychobiology
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  • Corpus ID: 34195154
While several works analyzed the spatial learning and memory capacities in adults of subterranean rodents, no study was done… 
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2010
2010
Males of tuco-tucoCtenomys talarum Thomas, 1898 use particular burrow’s entrances to emit their territorial vocalization… 
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