Meriones unguiculatus

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Meriones unguiculatus

see Mongolian gerbil.
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An increase in T levels also triggers the onset of paternal behavior in the Mongolian gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus); aggressive, sexually inexperienced males that received T implants after castration stopped being aggressive and became paternal.
the sum of [omega]- and ([omega]-1)hydroxylation activity of lauric acid or tridecanoic acid) is correlated to energy production in nontraditional laboratory animals such as the musk shrew, Mongolian gerbil, harvest mouse and triton hamster.
Relationships between metabolic rates and body composition in the Mongolian gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus).
These results differ from those found in the Mongolian gerbil and Dwarf hamster, whose testosterone levels decreased after their offspring was born (Brown 1995, Reburn and Wynne-Edwards 1999).
Photoperiod and temperature can regulate body mass, serum leptin concentration, and uncouling protein 1 in Brandt's voles (Lasiopodomys brandtii) and Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus).
Jacobs and UC Berkeley doctoral student Mikel Delgado contributed the only rodent data in the study, putting some of the campus's fox squirrels and some Mongolian gerbils in their lab through food-foraging tasks.
On board for a 30-day flight are 45 mice, eight Mongolian gerbils, 15 geckos, snails and containers with various microorganisms and plants.
Transient global cerebral ischemia in Mongolian gerbils was used to investigate the OLE effects on different parameters of oxidative stress and neuronal damage in hippocampus.
In addition, animal studies have determined that infection with LACV during pregnancy can cause teratogenic effects in domestic rabbits, Mongolian gerbils, and sheep (9,10).