Mammal Research, formerly published as Acta Theriologica, is an international journal of mammalogy, covering all aspects of mammalian biology. Long-since recognized as a leader in its field, the journal was founded in 1954, and has been exclusively published in English since 1967.
The journal presents work from scientists all over the world, covering all aspects of mammalian biology: genetics, ecology, behaviour, bioenergetics, morphology, development, reproduction, nutrition, physiology, paleontology and evolution.
The European ground squirrel increases diversity and structural complexity of grasslands in the Western Carpathians
Serial sampling bridges a gap between ecological and genetical definitions of immigrant: an empirical test in a grey-sided vole population
Influence of livestock, habitat type, and density of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) on parasitic larvae abundance and infection seroprevalence in wild populations of roe deer from central Iberian Peninsula
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