Rectal Temperatures of the Cotton Rat, Sigmodon Hispidus (Rodentia : Cricetidae)
Description: This investigation has been concerned with determining the extent to which a small mammal, the cotton rat, may become acclimated to environmental temperatures, and the influence acclimation has upon a population. The study was also designed to determine if acclimation effects on a population can be seen in individual rats.
Date: August 1968
Creator: Cleveland, Arthur G.
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