Last edited by Gukasa
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 | History

2 edition of comparative study of prenatal behavior ontogeny in altricial and precocial murid rodents found in the catalog.

comparative study of prenatal behavior ontogeny in altricial and precocial murid rodents

Scott R. Robinson

comparative study of prenatal behavior ontogeny in altricial and precocial murid rodents

by Scott R. Robinson

  • 325 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muridae.,
  • Behavioral embryology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Scott R. Robinson.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination442 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages442
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15529126M

      Based upon factors frequently used to ascribe either altricial or precocial development, such as birth weight and length of gestation period (Derrickson ; Martin and MacLarnon ), R. pumilio is considered, similar to many other muroids, to produce altrical neonates that . This systematic review compares pregnancy outcomes and maternal satisfaction for women in group prenatal care versus those in traditional prenatal care. Keyword searches in multiple databases identified 12 studies that compared pregnancy outcomes and/or maternal satisfaction between prenatal group care and traditional care. In 11 of the 12 studies reviewed, women receiving group care had.

    Prenatal psychobiological predictors of anxiety risk in preadolescent children Elysia Poggi Davisa,b,*, Curt A. Sandmana aWomen andChildren’s Health Well-Being Project, Department ofPsychiatry & Human Behavior, University California, Irvine. Peter M. Kappeler is the head of the Department of Behavior and Ecology at the German Primate Center in Göttingen. He is editor of Primate Males: Causes and Consequences of Variation in Group Composition and coeditor of Lemur Social Systems and Their Ecological Basis.. Michael E. Pereira is a research associate at the Lincoln Park Zoo and a science teacher at the Latin School of Chicago.

    Rabbits, carnivores, and most rodents bear altricial young. After birth young mammals are nourished by milk secreted by the mammary glands (mammary gland) of the female. The development of milk-producing tissue in the female mammae is triggered by conception, and the stimulation of suckling the newborn prompts copious lactation. STUDY. PLAY. Danielle. Looking at breast milk. Breast milk has high levels of good bacteria. Bacteria can influence cognition and behavior. Formula fed = higher likelihood of developing disorders. Michelle R. Looking at neural circuits that transmit info and give .


Share this book
You might also like
Environment Protection Act, 1997 and Environment Protection Rules, 1997.

Environment Protection Act, 1997 and Environment Protection Rules, 1997.

2000 Import and Export Market for Manufactures of Leather and Composition Leather in Hungary

2000 Import and Export Market for Manufactures of Leather and Composition Leather in Hungary

Some aspects of functional equations

Some aspects of functional equations

Tilt-rotor flutter control in cruise flight

Tilt-rotor flutter control in cruise flight

Development of Washington State salmon sport fishery through 1964

Development of Washington State salmon sport fishery through 1964

Livestock production in the tropics

Livestock production in the tropics

truth about pilots pay

truth about pilots pay

Final evaluation of USAID/Kinshasas African economic policy reform program structural adjustment support grant (SASG 660-0121)

Final evaluation of USAID/Kinshasas African economic policy reform program structural adjustment support grant (SASG 660-0121)

Recent advances in cardiac arrhythmias

Recent advances in cardiac arrhythmias

What to say when

What to say when

Grund Lutheran Church

Grund Lutheran Church

Catechism of Positive Religion

Catechism of Positive Religion

William H. Singer, Jr., 1868-1943.

William H. Singer, Jr., 1868-1943.

defence of the Christian religion, supported from the laws of God, the law of universal order, enlightened reason and experience, all corresponding with the Holy Scriptures

defence of the Christian religion, supported from the laws of God, the law of universal order, enlightened reason and experience, all corresponding with the Holy Scriptures

Tobago versus P.N.M.

Tobago versus P.N.M.

Radhakrishnan, a biography

Radhakrishnan, a biography

Comparative study of prenatal behavior ontogeny in altricial and precocial murid rodents by Scott R. Robinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

A comparative study of prenatal behavior ontogeny in altricial and precocial murid rodents / Thesis (PDF Available) November with 36 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Rattus and Meriones bear altricial offspring, as do nearly all other Murid rodents. But Sigmodon and Acomys have independently evolved the reproduction of precocial young.

The behavioral maturity of precocial neonates implies significant differences from altricial rodents in patterns of prenatal by: A comparative study of prenatal behavior ontogeny in altricial and precocial murid rodents. Abstract. Graduation date: Using techniques that permit the direct observation of\ud fetuses in vivo, prenatal behavioral development was\ud compared among four species in the rodent family Muridae:\ud the Norway rat (Rattus norvegicus.

A comparative study of prenatal behavioral ontogeny in altricial and precocial murid rodents Ph.D. thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis () Google ScholarCited by: In this study, the development of the fetal behavioral response to cord compression was compared in altricial and precocial rodents, which differ markedly in neural and motor maturity at the time.

Ontogenetic adaptations in neural development: Toward a more 'ecological' developmental psy- chobiology. In H. Prechtl (Ed.), Continuity of neural functions from prenatal to postnatal life (pp.

New York: Lippincott. Robinson, S. A comparative study of prenatal behav- ioral ontogeny in altricial and precocial Murid rodents. The laboratory guinea pig, Cavia porcellus, shares with humans many similarities during pregnancy and prenatal development, including precocial offspring and social similarities suggest the guinea pig as a promising model of fetal behavioral development as well.

Using innovative methods of behavioral acclimation, fetal offspring of female IAF hairless guinea pigs time. The laboratory animal represents a good tool for 1) a comparative approach, because precocial and altricial species are available, 2) the study of the role of genetic factors, because a number of inbred strains are available belonging to the same animal species, either when birds and rodents or complex mammals are considered, 3) the study of.

Acomys cahirinus (the “spiny mouse”) is a member of the same rodent subfamily as the laboratory rat and mouse. Acomys differs from the laboratory species in several ways, including the fact that it is adapted to a semiarid lifestyle and is born after a long gestation with functional sensory and motor systems.

The existing, and quite dispersed, literature on the anatomy, physiology, and. 2. Maternal behaviour in altricial vs precocial species. Natal viability is associated with foetal maturity, environmental conditions, and maternal care [].Usually, altricial and precocial terms are used to indicate an early for late stage of development at birth in mammals and birds.

Tessitore, C. T., & Brunjes, P. A comparative study of myelination in precocial and altricial murid rodents. Developmental Brain ReseaBrunjes, P. A comparative study of prenatal development in the olfactory bulb, neocortex and hippocampal region of the precocial mouse Acomys cahirinus and the rat.

Usually, altricial and precocial terms are used to indicate an early for late stage of development at birth in mammals and birds. The altricial-precocial scale describes the degree of behavioural and morphological maturation of the offspring at birth or hatching. In precocial species, offspring require minimal parental care and are relatively.

A Comparative Study of Prenatal Behavioral Ontogeny in Altricial and Precocial Murid Rodents by Scott R.

Robinson A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Completed November 3. One in five women experience some form of mental health morbidity during pregnancy and the first postnatal year (the perinatal period).

A large meta-analysis of 28 studies reported that up to % and % of women will experience major depression during pregnancy and in the first twelve months postpartum [], respectively, while up to 21% of women meet diagnostic criteria for at least one.

Animals. Musk shrews used for this study were bred in a colony at Mary Baldwin College. Adult shrews were housed in single plastic cages (43 × 21 × 19 cm) with pine shaving bedding and food ( mixture of Purina cat chow and Milk Specialties mink chow) and water provided ad cages were checked daily for food and water supply and cleaned on a bi-weekly basis.

Behavior studies now span a variety of sub-disciplines, including behavioral ecology, neuroscience, cognitive psychology and evolutionary developmental biology.

While the fields' rapid growth has led to startling new insights into animal behavior, it has brought. Brunjes, P. A comparative study of prenatal development in the olfactory bulb, neocortex and hippocampal region of the precocial mouse Acomys cahirinus and the rat.

Developmental Brain ReseaPMID: In the present study, we compared the prenatal development of spontaneous limb activity in three species: Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus), spiny mice (Acomys cahirinus), and preterm human infants.

Rats bear altricial young, which are born relatively immature, whereas spiny mice are precocial, their offspring exhibiting mature locomotion within. Rodents may be born either altricial (blind, hairless and relatively underdeveloped) or precocial (mostly furred, eyes open and fairly developed) depending on the species.

The altricial state is typical for squirrels and mice, while the precocial state usually occurs in species like guinea pigs and porcupines. Rodent Societies synthesizes and integrates the current state of knowledge about the social behavior of rodents, providing ecological and evolutionary contexts for understanding their societies and highlighting emerging conservation and management strategies to preserve begins with a summary of the evolution, phylogeny, and biogeography of social and nonsocial rodents, providing a.

the spiny mouse (Acomys cahirinus) is a nocturnal rodent species native to regions of Africa and Europe, where it inhabits sandy deserts and rocky terrains ().Spiny mice are an ideal rodent model for perinatal research as they have a relatively long gestation period (39–40 days); small litter size (1–4, usually 1–3); and precocial (covered with fur and capable of moving around and self.rologic evidence of primary CMV infection were approached.

Participants were apprised of serostatus and then randomized to either a brief behavioral intervention during their prenatal care visit or to standard care (a brochure). The 7- to minute in-office intervention included a video and hygiene education using motivational interviewing.

Participants were then given a reminder calendar.California sea lions have been a repeated subject of investigation for early life toxicity, which has been documented to occur with increasing frequency from late February through mid-May in association with organochlorine (PCB and DDT) poisoning and infectious disease in the 's and domoic acid poisoning in the last decade.

The mass early life mortality events result from the concentrated.