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agrestis once they have invaded the landscape, but it may be possible to disrupt their reproductive cycle.
Veronica agrestis only favored to flourish in class O.M-1 whereas Haloxylon salicornicum, Tetrapogon villosus and Mentha longifolia preferred to grow in class O.M-4.
Recently a new vole-associated hantavirus (Tatenale virus) was discovered in northern England (7), but only from an individual Microtus agrestis field vole.
At present there had many researches, such as short photoperiod had no effect on thermogenesis in Clethrionomys glareolus and Clethrionomys rutilu (Feist and Feist, 1986; Heldmaier et al., 1989), but affected the thermogenesis in Microtus ochrogaster (Wunder, 1985), Dipodomys ordii (Gettinger and Ralph, 1985), Phodpus sungorus (Wiesinger et al., 1989), Acomys cahirinus (Haim and Zisapel, 1999), Meriones unguiculatus (Li and Wang, 2005), Microtus agrestis (Krol et al., 2005) and Apodemus mystacinus (Spiegel and Hsim, 2004).
agrestis, there was a similar pollen viability in floral types of this melon, with no differences in reproductive success regarding the origin of pollen grains, that is, male or hermaphrodite flower (KOUONON et al., 2009).
I also think that Leask is correct in suggesting that the two 'Bruce' poems published in The Canongate Burns under the pseudonym 'Agrestis' is not Burns.
Hobo spiders - known by the scientific name Tegenaria agrestis - look like common house spiders but are bigger, with thicker, hairy legs.
Coleoxestia vittata, Eurysthea lacordairei (Lacordaire), Juiaparus batus lacordairei (Gahan), Pteracantha agrestis Monne & Monne and S.
Simon Fraser University graduate students Samantha Vibert and Catherine Scott, working with SFU biology professor Gerhard Gries, recorded the vibrations made by male black widow spiders (Latrodectus hesperus), hobo spiders (Tegenaria agrestis) and prey insects.
In the samples analysed, we have identified a great number of species indicating an environment with a high level of humidity, such as Arvicola terrestris, Microtus agrestis, Talpa europaea, Talpa occidentalis and Erinaceus europaeus.
A total of 2208 trap nights resulted in 381 captures (overall CPUE = 17%), revealing 286 individuals of seven different species: 74 yellow necked mice (Apodemus flavicollis), 66 field voles (Microtus agrestis), 52 striped field mice (Apodemus agrarius), 47 bank voles (Myodes glareolus), 44 common shrews (Sorex araneus), 2 harvest mice (Micromys minutus), and 1 water vole (Arvicola terrestris).
En un estudio desarrollado durante un ano completo, Ma y colaboradores (1991) estimaron que la ingestion diaria de cadmio por la musarana Sorex araneus, cuyo habitat se situaba en las proximidades de una fabrica de metal, era 50 veces superior que la del herbivoro Microtus agrestis (esto es, un factor de 50 veces).