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Wong, Y. C., W. G. Breed et P. H. Chow. « Ultrastructure of the Epithelial Cells of the Ventral Prostate from the Hopping Mouse Notomys alexis ». Cells Tissues Organs 121, no 3 (1985) : 163–69. http://dx.doi.org/10.1159/000145959.

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Berris, Karleah K., William G. Breed et Susan M. Carthew. « What can we deduce about the reproductive condition of spinifex hopping mice (Notomys alexis) from external examination ? » Australian Mammalogy 42, no 1 (2020) : 11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/am18038.

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Field studies often use external examination of the vagina or the swelling of the scrotum to make deductions about the reproductive condition of rodents. In this study we sought to determine what information on reproductive condition could be gained from external examination of the reproductive anatomy of spinifex hopping mice (Notomys alexis) using individuals from a captive colony. Female N. alexis with perforate vaginae had a significantly larger mean uterine mass and larger mean maximum ovarian follicle diameter than non-perforate females. Corpora lutea were recorded in two perforate animals but were not present in females with a ‘pinhole’-size perforate or non-perforate vagina. In male hopping mice scrotal bulge size was unrelated to testes mass, ventral prostate mass or presence/absence of sperm in the cauda epididymides. Males with dark scrotal pigmentation had a significantly smaller mean testes mass than males with light or no pigmentation. However, there was no relationship between scrotal pigmentation and ventral prostate mass or sperm presence in the cauda epididymides. Our study suggests that vaginal perforation is an acceptable indicator of sexual maturity in female hopping mice, but scrotal bulge size and scrotal pigmentation should not be used to predict reproductive condition of males.
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Old, J. M., L. Connelly, J. Francis, K. Branch, G. Fry et E. M. Deane. « Haematology and serum biochemistry of three Australian desert murids : the Plains rat (Pseudomys australis), the Spinifex hopping-mouse (Notomys alexis) and the Central rock-rat (Zyzomys pedunculatus) ». Comparative Clinical Pathology 14, no 3 (décembre 2005) : 130–37. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00580-005-0586-y.

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Peirce, Eleanor J. « A comparative study of male germ cell production in two Australian conilurine rodents, the plains rat, Pseudomys australis and hopping mouse, Notomys alexis ». Title page, contents and summary only, 2000. http://web4.library.adelaide.edu.au/theses/09PH/09php378.pdf.

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Copies of author's previously published articles inserted. Bibliography: p. 199-254. In eutherian mammals, the size of the testes and number of spermatozoa produced and stored in the excurrent ducts vary widely between species, with the hydromyine rodents of Australia exhibiting a greater range of interspecific variation than any other closely related group of species. This study compared the efficiency of germ cell production and sperm storage capacity in the extra-testicular ducts of two arid zone species, the plains rat, Pseudomys australis, and the spinifex hopping mouse, Notomys alexis, that have vast differences in testes size and number of stored spermatozoa. Results are discussed.
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Peirce, Eleanor. « A comparative study of male germ cell production in two Australian conilurine rodents, the plains rat, Pseudomys australis and hopping mouse, Notomys alexis / Eleanor J. Peirce ». 2000. http://hdl.handle.net/2440/19573.

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In eutherian mammals, the size of the testes and number of spermatozoa produced and stored in the excurrent ducts vary widely between species, with the hydromyine rodents of Australia exhibiting a greater range of interspecific variation than any other closely related group of species. This study compared the efficiency of germ cell production and sperm storage capacity in the extra-testicular ducts of two arid zone species, the plains rat, Pseudomys australis, and the spinifex hopping mouse, Notomys alexis, that have vast differences in testes size and number of stored spermatozoa. Results are discussed.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Anatomical Science, 2000

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