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   Acomys russatus (Golden Spiny Mouse) 

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   Rodentia (Rodent) 

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   Acomys russatus lewisi 
   Acomys russatus russatus 
Latest Articles on Acomys russatus from uBioRSS
Ectoparasitism and stress hormones: strategy of host exploitation, common h... - Latest Issue of Journal of Animal Ecology
Friend or foe? Disparate plant–animal interactions of two congeneric ... - Latest Issue of Evolutionary Ecology

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Common Names: Golden Spiny Mouse

51.  The impact of beta-adrenergic blockade on daily rhythms of melatonin and body temperature of golden spiny mice Acomys russatus.LinkIT
Haim A, Zisapel N
Life sciences, 1997

52.  Oxygen consumption and body temperature rhythms in the golden spiny mouse: responses to changes in day length.LinkIT
Haim A, Zisapel N
Physiology & behavior, 1995

53.  Temporal segregation in coexisting Acomys species: the role of odour.LinkIT
Haim A, Rozenfeld FM
Physiology & behavior, 1993

54.  Histochemical analysis of carbohydrate moieties and sugar-specific acceptors in the kidneys of the laboratory mouse and the golden spiny mouse (Acomys russatus).LinkIT
Coppee I, Gabius HJ, Danguy A
Histology and histopathology, 1993

55.  Daily rhythms of body temperature in Acomys russatus: the response to chemical signals released by Acomys cahirinus.LinkIT
Fluxman S, Haim A
Chronobiology international, 1993

56.  Daily rhythms of metabolic rate and body temperature of two murids from extremely different habitats.LinkIT
Rubal A, Choshniak I, Haim A
Chronobiology international, 1992

57.  Behavior patterns of cold-resistant golden spiny mouse Acomys russatus.LinkIT
Haim A
Physiology & behavior, 1991

58.  Is the high concentration of ascorbic acid in the eye an adaptation to intense solar irradiation?LinkIT
Koskela TK, Reiss GR, Brubaker RF, Ellefson RD
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science, 1989

59.  Depth perception in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus) and spiny mice (Acomys russatus and A. cahirinus).LinkIT
Greenberg G
Journal of comparative psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983), 1986

60.  Enzymatic and metabolic responses to affluent diet of two diabetes-prone species of spiny mice: Acomys cahirinus and Acomys russatus.LinkIT
Shafrir E, Adler JH
The International journal of biochemistry, 1983