Correlaciones ecológicas del estatus serológico para el virus Bayou en Oryzomys palustris (Rodentia

Sigmodontinae)

Translated title of the contribution: Ecological correlates of serological status for bayou virus in Oryzomys palustris (Rodentia: Sigmodontinae)

Nancy E. McIntyre, Richard A. Nisbett, Alisa Abuzeineh, Tyla Holsomback, Yong K. Chu, Joseph A. Carmichael, Noé de la Sancha, Carl W. Dick, Colleen Jonsson, Robert D. Owen

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Abstract

Home range size and habitat use of seropositive Oryzomys palustris, primary host for the Bayou strain of hantavirus, were compared to that of seronegative individuals from March 2002 - August 2003 in a longitudinal field population study. There were significant macrohabitat associations with serological status, but selection for most microhabitat variables did not differ between seropositive and seronegative animals. Seropositive adult males moved farther (had larger home ranges) than did seronegatives and were larger in terms of mass and testes size. These patterns may reflect the influence of infection on rodent ecology in terms of dominance and access to preferred habitats.

Original languageSpanish
JournalMastozoologia Neotropical
Volume16
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 2009
Externally publishedYes

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Sigmodontinae
Rodentia
Hantavirus
viruses
habitats
microhabitats
dominance (genetics)
testes
rodents
ecology
infection
animals
Oryzomys palustris
home range

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  • Animal Science and Zoology

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McIntyre, N. E., Nisbett, R. A., Abuzeineh, A., Holsomback, T., Chu, Y. K., Carmichael, J. A., ... Owen, R. D. (2009). Correlaciones ecológicas del estatus serológico para el virus Bayou en Oryzomys palustris (Rodentia: Sigmodontinae). Mastozoologia Neotropical, 16(1).

Correlaciones ecológicas del estatus serológico para el virus Bayou en Oryzomys palustris (Rodentia : Sigmodontinae). / McIntyre, Nancy E.; Nisbett, Richard A.; Abuzeineh, Alisa; Holsomback, Tyla; Chu, Yong K.; Carmichael, Joseph A.; de la Sancha, Noé; Dick, Carl W.; Jonsson, Colleen; Owen, Robert D.

In: Mastozoologia Neotropical, Vol. 16, No. 1, 01.2009.

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McIntyre, NE, Nisbett, RA, Abuzeineh, A, Holsomback, T, Chu, YK, Carmichael, JA, de la Sancha, N, Dick, CW, Jonsson, C & Owen, RD 2009, 'Correlaciones ecológicas del estatus serológico para el virus Bayou en Oryzomys palustris (Rodentia: Sigmodontinae)', Mastozoologia Neotropical, vol. 16, no. 1.
McIntyre NE, Nisbett RA, Abuzeineh A, Holsomback T, Chu YK, Carmichael JA et al. Correlaciones ecológicas del estatus serológico para el virus Bayou en Oryzomys palustris (Rodentia: Sigmodontinae). Mastozoologia Neotropical. 2009 Jan;16(1).
McIntyre, Nancy E. ; Nisbett, Richard A. ; Abuzeineh, Alisa ; Holsomback, Tyla ; Chu, Yong K. ; Carmichael, Joseph A. ; de la Sancha, Noé ; Dick, Carl W. ; Jonsson, Colleen ; Owen, Robert D. / Correlaciones ecológicas del estatus serológico para el virus Bayou en Oryzomys palustris (Rodentia : Sigmodontinae). In: Mastozoologia Neotropical. 2009 ; Vol. 16, No. 1.
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