INVESTIGADORES
VALENTINUZZI veronica Sandra
artículos
AMAYA JP; LOPEZ PJ; CUELLO PA; LACEY EA; VALENTINUZZI VS
Daily activity patterns in free-living tuco-tucos (rodentia: ctenomyidae) from anillaco, La Rioja province, Argentina
Mastozoología Neotropical; Año: 2022
IMPROTA CG; ODA GA; FLÔRES DEFL; VALENTINUZZI VS
Daylength shapes entrainment patterns to artificial photoperiods in a subterranean rodent
JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS.; Lugar: Thousand Oaks, California.; Año: 2022
AMAYA JP; CUELLO PA; VALENTINUZZI VS; LACEY EA
Dynamic spatial overlap in a solitary subterranean rodent: the Anillaco tuco-tuco (Ctenomys sp.)
JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY; Lugar: Lawrence; Año: 2021
CONSTANTINO, PEDRO B.; VALENTINUZZI, VERONICA S.; HELENE, ANDRÉ F.
Division of labor in work shifts by leaf-cutting ants
Scientific Research; Lugar: Londres; Año: 2021 vol. 11 p. 1 - 9
FLÔRES, DANILO E. F. L.; JANNETTI, MILENE G.; IMPROTA, GIOVANE C.; TACHINARDI, PATRICIA; VALENTINUZZI, VERONICA S.; ODA, GISELE A.
Telling the Seasons Underground: The Circadian Clock and Ambient Temperature Shape Light Exposure and Photoperiodism in a Subterranean Rodent
Frontiers in Physiology; Lugar: Lausanne; Año: 2021 vol. 12
YASSUMOTO TI; TACHINARDI P; ODA GA; VALENTINUZZI VS
Acute effects of light and darkness on the activity rhythms of a subterranean rodent, the Anillaco tuco-tuco
PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR; Lugar: Amsterdam; Año: 2019 vol. 210
JANNETTI MG; BUCK LC; VALENTINUZZI VS; ODA GA
Day and night in the subterranean: measuring daily activity patterns of subterranean rodents (Ctenomys aff. knighti) using bio-logging
Conservation Physiology; Lugar: Oxford; Año: 2019 vol. 7
ABRAHAN, LUCIANA; LOPEZ, PABLO; AMELOTTI, IVANA; CAVALLO, MARÍA JOSÉ; STARIOLO, RAÚL; CATALÁ, SILVIA; CUETO, GERARDO; VALENTINUZZI, VERÓNICA
Activity levels of female Triatoma infestans change depending on physiological condition
PARASITES AND VECTORS; Año: 2018 vol. 11
LOPEZ, PABLO MARTIN; ABRAHAN, LUCIANA BEATRIZ; RALPH, MARTIN ROLAND; VALENTINUZZI, VERÓNICA SANDRA
Circadian system responses to nocturnal and diurnal hosts in the kissing bug, Triatoma infestans
CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL; Año: 2018 vol. 35 p. 1402 - 1412
TACHINARDI, PATRICIA; VALENTINUZZI, VERÓNICA S.; ODA, GISELE A.; LORENBUCK, C.
The interplay of energy balance and daily timing of activity in a subterranean rodent: A laboratory and field approach
PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY; Año: 2017 vol. 90 p. 546 - 552
AMAYA JP; ARETA JI; VALENTINUZZI VS; ZUFIAURRE E
Form and Function of Long-range vocalizations in a Neotropical Fossorial Rodent: the Anillaco Tuco-Tuco (Ctenomys sp.)
PeerJ; Lugar: Londres; Año: 2016 p. 1 - 18
FLÔRES DEFL; JANNETTI MG; VALENTINUZZI VS; ODA GA
Entrainment of circadian rhythms to irregular light/dark cycles: a subterranean perspective
Scientific Reports; Lugar: Londres; Año: 2016 vol. 6 p. 1 - 10
- TOMOTANI BM; AMAYA JP; ODA GA; VALENTINUZZI VS
Social modulation of daily activity rhythms in a solitary subterranean rodent, the tuco-tuco (Ctenomys sp)
Sleep Science; Año: 2016 vol. 9 p. 280 - 284
TACHINARDI PATRICIA SA; ØIVIND TØIEN; VERONICA S VALENTINUZZI; BUCK LC; ODA GISELE A
Nocturnal to Diurnal Switches with Spontaneous Suppression of Wheel-Running Behavior in a Subterranean Rodent
PLOS ONE; Lugar: San Francisco; Año: 2015 vol. 10 p. 1 - 12
TACHINARDI P; BICUDO JEW; ODA GA; VALENTINUZZI VS
Rhythmic 24 h Variation of Core body temperature and Locomotora Activity in a Subterranean Rodent (Ctenomys aff. knighti), the Tuco-Tuco
PLOS ONE; Lugar: San Francisco; Año: 2014 vol. 9 p. 1 - 8
FLÔRES, DANILO EFL; TOMOTANI BARBARA M; TACHINARDI PATRICIA SA; ODA GISELE A; VALENTINUZZI VERONICA S
Modeling natural photic entrainment in a subterranean rodent (Ctenomys aff. knighti), the tuco-tuco
PLOS ONE; Lugar: San Francisco; Año: 2013 vol. 8 p. 1 - 8
VALENTINUZZI VS; AMELOTTI I; GORLA DE; CATALA SS; RALPH MR
Circadian entrainment by light and host in the Chagas desease vector, Triatoma infestans
CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL; Lugar: Londres; Año: 2013 p. 1 - 11
- TOMOTANI BM; FLORES DANILO EFL; TACHINARDI P; PALIZA JOSE D; ODA GA; VALENTINUZZI VS
Field and laboratory studies provide insights into the meaning of day-time activity in a subterranean rodent (Ctenomys aff. knighti), the tuco-tuco.
PLOS ONE; Lugar: San Francisco; Año: 2012 vol. 7 p. 1 - 8
FRACCHIA SEBASTIAN; KRAPOVICKA LUCIA TERESA; ARANDA-RICKERT ADRIANA; VALENTINUZZI VERÓNICA SANDRA
Dispersal of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and dark septate endophytes by Ctenomys cf. knighti (Rodentia) in the northern Monte Desert of Argentina
JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS; Lugar: Amsterdam; Año: 2011 vol. 75 p. 1016 - 1023
VALENTINUZZI VS; ODA GA; ARAUJO JF; RALPH MR
Circadian pattern of wheel-running activity of a South American subterranean rodent (Ctenomys cf knightii)
CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL; Lugar: London; Año: 2009 vol. 26 p. 14 - 27
SARTORI CR; PELÁGIO FC; TEIXEIRA SA; VALENTINUZZI VS; NASCIMENTO AL; ROGERIO F; MUSCARÁ MN; FERRARI EAM; F LANGONE
Effects of voluntary running on spatial memory and mature brain-derived neurothrophic factor expression in mice hippocampus after status epilecticus
BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH; Lugar: Amsterdam; Año: 2009 vol. 203 p. 165 - 172
NETO SPD ; CARNEIRO BT; VALENTINUZZI VS; J F ARAUJO
Dissociation of the circadian rhythm of motor activity in a 22h light-dark cycle impairs passive avoidance but not object recognition memory in rats
PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR; Lugar: Londres; Año: 2008 vol. 94 p. 523 - 527
MOURA PJ; GIMENES JÚNIOR JA; VALENTINUZZI VS; XAVIER GF
Circadian phase and intertrial interval interfere with social recognition memory
PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR; Lugar: New York; Año: 2008 p. 51 - 56
VALENTINUZZI VS ; NETO SPD; CARNEIRO BST; SANTANA KS; ARAÚJO J.A; RALPH MR
Memory for time modulates performance on a place conditioning task in marmosets
NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY; Lugar: Londres; Año: 2008 vol. 89 p. 604 - 607
VALENTINUZZI, VS ; PASTRANE-DINIZ G; MENNA-BARRETO L; XAVIER GF
The experience in the water maze task can affect the circadian rhythm of locomotor activity
BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH; Lugar: Leiden; Año: 2007 vol. 38 p. 399 - 414
VALENTINUZZI VS; MENNA-BARRETO L; XAVIER GF
Effect of circadian phase on performance in the water maze task
JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS.; Lugar: California; Año: 2004 vol. 19 p. 312 - 324
ZANI DE SOUZA ; ROSA E SILVA AA; CALDAS MCS; VALENTINUZZI VS; FERRARI, E.A.M
Diurnal Variation of Plasmatic Melatonin, Corticosterone and Variation of General Activity in Pigeons under Light-Dark Cycle and Constant Light
BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH; Lugar: Leiden; Año: 2001 vol. 32 p. 243 - 254
VALENTINUZZI VS; KOLKER DE; VITATERNA MH; FERRARI EAM; TAKAHASHIJS; TUREK FW
Effect of circadian phase on context and tone fear conditioning in C57BL/6J mice
ANIMAL LEARNING & BEHAVIOR; Lugar: Austin; Año: 2001 vol. 29 p. 133 - 142
VALENTINUZZI VS; BUXTON OM; CHANG AM; SCARBROUGH K; FERRARI EAM; TAKAHASHI JS; TUREK FW
Locomotor response to an openfield during C57BL/6 active and inactive phases: differences dependent on conditions of illumination
PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR; Lugar: Londres; Año: 2000 vol. 69 p. 269 - 275
VALENTINUZZI VS ; KOLKER DE; VITATERNA MH; SHIMOMURA EK; WHITELEY A; LOW-ZEDDIES S; TUREK FW; FERRARI EAM; PAYLOR R; TAKAHASHI JS
Automated measurement of mouse freezing behavior and its use for quantitative trait locus analysis of contextual fear conditioning in (BALB/cJ X C57BL/6J) F2 intercross
LEARNING & MEMORY (COLD SPRING HARBOR, N.Y.); Lugar: New York; Año: 1998 vol. 5 p. 391 - 403
VALENTINUZZI VS ; FERRARI EAM
Habituation to sound during morning and night sessions in pigeons (Columbia livia)
PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR; Lugar: New York; Año: 1997 vol. 62 p. 1203 - 1209
VALENTINUZZI VS ; SCARBROUGH K; TAKAHASHI JS; TUREK FW
Effect of aging on the circadian rhythm of wheel-running activity in C57BL/6 mice
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY, INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY; Lugar: Bethesda; Año: 1997 vol. 273 p. 1957 - 1964
FERRARI EAM SOUZA C.M.Z.; VALENTINUZZI VS; SOUZA CMZ
Ritmicidade biológica e a organização temporal da aprendizagem
LECTA; Lugar: Bragança Paulista; Año: 1997 vol. 15 p. 185 - 201