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Alexander Csanády
University of Prešov
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#1Alexander Csanády (University of Prešov)H-Index: 1
#2Michal StankoH-Index: 26
Last.Ladislav MošanskýH-Index: 7
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Outdoor species Mus spicilegus Petenyi, 1882 were trapped in 2004–2006 on fields of eastern Slovakia in vicinity of village Kechnec (48°33′7.2′′ N, 21°14′25.0′′ E; 200 m a.s.l.). Spring-summer population demography and reproductive aspects (in period March – June) were analyzed in this study. Totally, 51 individuals of the outdoor mound-building mice were trapped. The sex ratio was in favor of males (χ2 = 1.96, df = 1, p > 0.05). Prevalence of adult mice was significantly higher than of subadult...
#1Tomáš CsankH-Index: 5
#2Ľuboš KorytárH-Index: 1
Last.Alexander Csanády (University of Prešov)H-Index: 1
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Searching for specific antibodies in bird serum could reveal arbovirus activity in certain localities. To date, no systematic surveillance for arbovirus infection in autochthonous population of wild birds has been conducted in Slovakia. Present study includes birds captured on spring migration and birds of the autochthonous nesting population of the Drienovska wetland (Slovakia). Serum samples were tested for West Nile virus (WNV), Usutu virus (USUV), Tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) and Tri...
#1Alexander Csanády (University of Prešov)H-Index: 1
#2Silva Duranková (University of Prešov)
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Great genital variation occurs across animal species, likely reflecting the operation of sexual selection. We quantified bacular, testicular, and vesicular size, variation, and allometry in house mice (Laurentii in: Mus musculus Linnaeus, Systema naturae 10th ed, Salvii, Stockholm, 1758) from the western Carpathians (Slovakia). We investigated whether baculum size is related to size of reproductive organs (testicular length and width, and vesicular length), and with body size (head-and-body leng...
#1Alexander Csanády (University of Prešov)H-Index: 1
#2Michal StankoH-Index: 26
Last.Ladislav MošanskýH-Index: 7
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Body and testes size can significantly affect male reproductive success under pre- and post-copulatory sexual selection. Testicular relative mass and/or volume are often used as a characteristic of sperm competitive ability in a comparison of phylogenetically close mammal species. Mus spicilegus males have the largest testes relative to body mass of any Mus species, which is often an indicator of high sperm competition. These findings suggest that these mound-building mice are probably not stric...
#1Lenka PaučulováH-Index: 1
#2Maroš DzurinkaH-Index: 1
Last.Ľubomír PanigajH-Index: 2
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The distribution of genetic diversity within Erebia pronoe (Esper, 1780) populations in relation to biogeographic ranges is essential for understanding the processes of evolution, speciation and phylogeography in this species. A certain degree of genetic variability was expected because of the species’ linkage solely to calcareous soils. These ideas were focused on the water ringlet E. pronoe , a European endemic montane butterfly distributed over a narrow area of mountains, with its occurrence ...
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