BerteauxMasseboeufBonzomEtAl1996

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Berteaux, D., Masseboeuf, F., Bonzom, J.M., Bergeron, J.M., Thomas, D.W. and Lapierre, H. (1996) Effect of carrying a radiocollar on expenditure of energy by meadow voles. Journal of Mammalogy, 77(2):359-363.

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We compared the daily expenditure of energy of meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) with and without dummy radiocollars. Daily expenditure of energy was estimated by doubly labelled water, while voles were kept in large outdoor cages. Carrying a radiocollar (6.79.0% of body mass) had no effect on daily expenditure of energy. Metabolism of caged animals was not inferior to that of free-ranging ones, suggesting that caging did not reduce locomotory costs and that radiocollars do not influence energy budgets of voles in natural conditions. Subsequently, we remove a potential argument against the use of telemetry on mammals of small size. We also validate the simultaneous use of radiotelemetry and doubly labelled water in small running mammals, which should offer new opportunities to investigate ecological energetics of these species.

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@ARTICLE { BerteauxMasseboeufBonzomEtAl1996,
    AUTHOR = { Berteaux, D. and Masseboeuf, F. and Bonzom, J.M. and Bergeron, J.M. and Thomas, D.W. and Lapierre, H. },
    TITLE = { Effect of carrying a radiocollar on expenditure of energy by meadow voles },
    JOURNAL = { Journal of Mammalogy },
    YEAR = { 1996 },
    VOLUME = { 77 },
    PAGES = { 359-363 },
    NUMBER = { 2 },
    NOTE = { 00222372 (ISSN) Cited By (since 1996): 12 Export Date: 26 April 2007 Source: Scopus CODEN: JOMAA Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Berteaux, D.; GRENE; Departement de Biologie; Universite de Sherbrooke Sherbrooke, Que. J1K 2R1, Canada References: (1987) Statview II, 234p. , Abacus Concepts, Inc., Berkeley, California; Berteaux, D., Duhamel, R., Bergeron, J.-M., Can radio collars affect dominance relationships in Microtus? (1994) Canadian Journal of Zoology, 72, pp. 785-789; Dugan, J.P., Guanidine hydrochloride method for determination of water oxygen isotope ratios and the oxygen-18 fractionation between carbon dioxide and water at 25°C (1985) Analytical Chemistry, 57, pp. 1734-1736; Gessaman, J.A., Nagy, K.A., Transmitter load affect the flight speed and metabolism of homing pigeons (1988) The Condor, 90, pp. 662-668; Gessaman, J.A., Workman, G.W., Fuller, C.R., Flight performance energetics and water turnover of tippler pigeons with a harness and dorsal load (1991) The Condor, 93, pp. 546-554; Kenward, R., (1987) Wildlife Radio Tagging: Equipment, Field Techniques and Data Analyses, 222p. , Academic Press, London, United Kingdom; Klassen, M., Becker, P.H., Wagener, M., Transmitter loads do not affect the daily energy expenditure of nesting common terns (1992) Journal of Field Ornithology, 63, pp. 181-185; Lambin, X., Sex ratio variation in relation to female philopatry in Townsend's voles (1994) The Journal of Animal Ecology, 63, pp. 945-953; Lifson, N., Mcclintock, R., Theory of use of the turnover rates of body water measuring energy and material balance (1966) Journal of Theoretical Biology, 12, pp. 46-74; Madison, D.M., Activity rhythms and spacing (1985) Biology of New World Microtus, 8, pp. 1-893. , Pp. 373-419 R. H. Tamarin, ed., Special Publication, The American Society of Mammalogists; Nagy, K.A., (1983) The Doubly Labeled Water (3HH18O) Method: A Guide to Its Use, pp. 12-1417. , University of California, Los Angeles, Publication; Doubly labeled water studies of vertebrate physiological ecology (1989) Stable Isotopes in Ecological Research, 525p. , Pp. 270-287, P. W. Rundel, J. R. Ehleringer, and K. A. Nagy, eds.. Springer-Verlag, Inc., Secaucus, New Jersey; Ostfeld, R.S., Pugh, S.R., Seamon, J.O., Tamarin, R.H., Space use and reproductive success in a population of meadow voles (1988) The Journal of Animal Ecology, 57, pp. 385-394; Sedinger, J.S., White, R.G., Hauer, W.E., Effects of carrying radio transmitters on energy expenditure of Pacific black brant (1990) The Journal of Wildlife Management, 54, pp. 42-45; Sokal, R.R., Rohlf, F.J., (1981) Biometry: The Principles and Practice of Statistics in Biological Research, 859p. , Second ed. W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco, California; Speakman, J.R., Racey, P.A., Haim, A., Webb, P.I., Ellison, G.T.H., Skinner, J.D., Inter-and intraindividual variation in daily energy expenditure of the pouched mouse (Saccostomus campestris) (1994) Functional Ecology, 8, pp. 336-342; Taylor, C.R., Heglund, N.C., Mcmahon, T.A., Looney, T.R., Energetic cost of generating muscular force during running (1980) Journal of Experimental Biology, 86, pp. 9-18; Webster, A.B., Brooks, R.J., Daily movements and short activity periods of free-ranging meadow voles Microtus pennsylvanicus (1981) Oikos, 37, pp. 80-87; White, G.C., Garrott, R.A., (1990) Analysis of Wildlife Radio-tracking Data, 383p. , Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, California; Wong, W.W., Lee, L.S., Klein, P.D., Oxygen isotope ratio measurements by reaction of microliter quantities of biological fluids with guanidine hydrochloride (1987) Analytical Chemistry, 59, pp. 690-693. },
    ABSTRACT = { We compared the daily expenditure of energy of meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) with and without dummy radiocollars. Daily expenditure of energy was estimated by doubly labelled water, while voles were kept in large outdoor cages. Carrying a radiocollar (6.79.0% of body mass) had no effect on daily expenditure of energy. Metabolism of caged animals was not inferior to that of free-ranging ones, suggesting that caging did not reduce locomotory costs and that radiocollars do not influence energy budgets of voles in natural conditions. Subsequently, we remove a potential argument against the use of telemetry on mammals of small size. We also validate the simultaneous use of radiotelemetry and doubly labelled water in small running mammals, which should offer new opportunities to investigate ecological energetics of these species. },
    KEYWORDS = { daily energy expenditure doubly labelled water meadow vole Microtus pennsylvanicus radiocollar telemetry },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.05 },
}

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