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Bats can perceive the world by using a wide range of sensory systems, and some of the systems have become highly specialized… Expand
One of the great challenges in the ecology of infectious diseases is to understand what drives the emergence of new… Expand ABSTRACT Bats are the second largest group of mammals on earth and act as reservoirs of many emerging viruses. In this study, a… Expand Rhinolophus (Rhinolophidae) is the second most speciose genus in Chiroptera and has extensively diversified diploid chromosome… Expand Although the land mammals of Madagascar have been the subject of many studies, the island’s bats have yet to feature prominently… Expand Surveillance for lyssaviruses was conducted among bat populations in 8 provinces in Thailand. In 2002 and 2003, a total of 932… Expand Bats (Order Chiroptera) are a widely distributed group of mammals. Pteropus giganteus belongs to the Suborder Megachiroptera… Expand SummaryThe tonotopic organization of the inferior colliculus (IC) in two echolocating bats,Hipposideros speoris andMegaderma lyra… Expand Abstract. The Hipposideridae and Rhinolophidae are closely related families of bats that have similar echolocation (long-duration… Expand OUR histochemical observations on the brown and yellow adipose tissue of the bat, Hipposideros speoris, showed that the activity… Expand