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Synonyms:
   Acomys minous (Crete Spiny Mouse) 

Broader Terms:
   Acomys 
   Rodentia (rodents) 
 
 
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Physiological and behavioural effects of fruit toxins on seed-predating ver... - Journal of Experimental Biology current issue


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Common Names: Spiny Mouse, Crete Spiny Mouse



1.  Effects of Fruit Toxins on Intestinal and Microbial ?-Glucosidase Activities of Seed-Predating and Seed-Dispersing Rodents (Acomys spp.).LinkIT
Kohl KD, Samuni-Blank M, Lymberakis P, Kurnath P, Izhaki I, Arad Z, Karasov WH, Dearing MD
Physiological and biochemical zoology : PBZ, 2017
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2.  Physiological and behavioural effects of fruit toxins on seed-predating versus seed-dispersing congeneric rodents.LinkIT
Samuni-Blank M, Izhaki I, Dearing MD, Karasov WH, Gerchman Y, Kohl KD, Lymberakis P, Kurnath P, Arad Z
The Journal of experimental biology, 2013
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3.  Cytochrome b sequences reveal Acomys minous (Rodentia, Muridae) paraphyly and answer the question about the ancestral karyotype of Acomys dimidiatus.LinkIT
Barome PO, Lymberakis P, Monnerot M, Gautun JC
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2001
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4.  [On the cerebralization of the nest-escaping Acomys (cahirinus) minous (Bate, 1906) in comparison with the nest-dwelling (albino mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus (Linnaeus, 1758) and albino rat). II. Morphology and allometry of postnatal brain development of Acomys (cahirinus) minous, of the albino mouse, and of the albino rat].LinkIT
Kretschmann HJ
Gegenbaurs morphologisches Jahrbuch, 1968
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5.  [The myelogenesis of a nidifugious type (Acomys (cahirinus) minous, Bate 1906) in comparison to a nidicolous type (albino mouse)].LinkIT
Kretschmann HJ
Journal fur Hirnforschung, 1967
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6.  [INTRASPECIFIC AND INTRAINDIVIDUAL CHROMOSOMAL POLYMORPHISM IN ACOMYS MINOUS BATE (MAMMALIA--RODENTIA--MURIDAE). CYTOLOGICAL STUDY OF ACOMYS MINOUS MALE X ACOMYS CAHIRINUS FEMALE HYBRIDS. THE MECHANISM OF CENTRIC FUSIONS].LinkIT
MATTHEY R
Chromosoma, 1963
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