Eva Millesi

Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr.

Phone:+43-1-4277-544 65
Mobil: +43-664-60277-54465
Mail: eva.millesi[at]univie.ac.at

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Curriculum vitae


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Franceschini, C & Millesi, E 2008, Influences on population development in urban living European hamsters (Cricetus cricetus). in G Nechay, R Schreiber & ML Haye (eds), The Common Hamster in Europe, Ecology, management, genetics, conservation, reintroduction: Proceedings Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup. pp. 12-14.


Pflaum, C & Millesi, E 2008, Inter-and intrasexual behaviour in male European hamsters. in G Nechay, R Schreiber & ML Haye (eds), The Common Hamster in Europe, Ecology, management, genetics, conservation, reintroduction: Proceedings Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup. pp. 15-18.


Tauscher, B, Franceschini, C & Millesi, E 2008, Reproductive output of female European hamsters in an urban habitat. in G Nechay, R Schreiber & M La Haye (eds), The Common Hamster in Europe, Ecology, management, genetics, conservation, reintroduction: Proceedings Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup. pp. 23-26.


Franceschini-Zink, C & Millesi, E 2008, 'Reproductive performance in female Common hamsters', Zoology, vol. 111, pp. 76-83.


Millesi, E, Hufnagl, S & Franceschini-Zink, C 2008, 'Reproductive success and hibernation patterns in Common hamsters', Mammalian Biology, vol. 73, pp. 17.


Millesi, E, Divjak, A & Strauß, A 2008, Seasonal timing and pre-hibernation fattening in breeding and non-breeding European ground squirrels. in BG Lovegrove & A McKechnie (eds), Hypometabolism in animals: topor, hibernation and cryobiology. University of Kwazulu-Natal, pp. 291-296.


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