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Volume 8, Number 9—September 2002

Research

Behavioral, Physiologic, and Habitat Influences on the Dynamics of Puumala virus Infection in Bank Voles (Clethrionomys glareolus)

Sophie Escutenaire*Comments to Author , Patrice Chalon†, Florence de Jaegere, Lucie Karelle-Bui†, Georges Mees†, Bernard Brochier*, Francine Rozenfeld, and Paul-Pierre Pastoret†
Author affiliations: *Pasteur Institute, Brussels, Belgium; †University of Liège, Liège, Belgium; and ‡University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium;

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Linear regression in bank voles between the number wounded and the number of sexually active adult males. Significance of correlation: p<0.01. Data used for the analysis were collected from spring 1997 through spring 1999. The scrotal position of testicles was not inspected in fall 1999.

Figure 1. Linear regression in bank voles between the number wounded and the number of sexually active adult males. Significance of correlation: p<0.01. Data used for the analysis were collected from spring 1997 through spring 1999. The scrotal position of testicles was not inspected in fall 1999.

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