Invasive predator snake induces oxidative stress responses in insular amphibian species

Volume: 566-567, Pages: 57 - 62
Published: Oct 1, 2016
Abstract
The presence of predators induces physiological stress responses in preys to avoid being captured. A stressful situation enhances reactive oxygen species production with potential damage to macromolecules and alterations in oxidant defences levels. The antioxidant enzyme response of the endemic Majorcan Midwife toad (Alytes muletensis) and the Balearic green toad (Bufotes balearicus) tadpoles against an invasive predator, the viperine snake...
Paper Details
Title
Invasive predator snake induces oxidative stress responses in insular amphibian species
Published Date
Oct 1, 2016
Volume
566-567
Pages
57 - 62
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