Two different brodifacoum (Talon 20 P™) poisoning regimes effectively killed 100% of resident radio-tagged stoats (Mustela erminea) by secondary poisoning in a New Zealand Nothofagus forest when mice (Mus musculus) […]
Feral house mice are a significant agricultural pest in south-eastern Australia. Fertility control is favoured as a long-term control strategy, using murine cytomegalovirus (MCMV) as a viral delivery system for […]
Extract from Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines’ 2000/2001 Annual Report on weed and pest animal research. Contains reports on a number of projects including adaptive management of rabbits, […]
When mouse numbers are reasonably high, they can cause considerable losses to agriculture by eating recently-sown and/ or germinating seedlings, seed heads of maturing cereals, canola and lupins, and stored […]
Information on mouse biology and behaviour, the diseases that can be transmitted by mice, rodenticides and their use, alternative mouse control strategies, and best farm management practices for mouse control.
All mammalian eggs are surrounded by the zona pellucida, an extracellular coat involved in vital functions during fertilization and early development. The zona pellucida glycoproteins are promising antigenic targets for […]
The regional distribution and frequency of the pancreatic endocrine cells in the SKH-1 hairless mouse were studied by an immunohistochemical (peroxidase anti-peroxidase; PAP) method using four types of specific antisera […]
In Australia, a number of rodent species are agricultural pests. Two species, the house mouse (Mus domesticus) and black rat (Rattus rattus), were introduced around the time of European settlement. […]