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Flávio André Gomes Oliveira

Flávio André Gomes Oliveira

PhD Student

  • Department: Department of Animal Biology
  • Research Group: Adaptation Biology & Ecological Processes
  • Thesis title: Supervisor: Joaquim Tapisso; Maria da Luz Mathias Category: BO Grant type: BD Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: PD/BD/109400/2015 Start date: 2015-05-01 End date: 2019-04-30


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Publications

WoS Papers (1)
Oliveira F.G., Tapisso J.T., Monarca R.I., Cerveira A.M., Mathias M.L. (2016) Phenotypic flexibility in the energetic strategy of the greater white-toothed shrew, Crocidura russula. In: Journal Of Thermal Biology. 56, 10-17.
Other Papers (1)
Waser, N.M., Price, M.V., Mbwambo, J.R., TBA Amani Forest Consortium (2013) Removing other mature canopy trees does not benefit the timber species Cephalosphaera usambarensis. In: 82, 2, 42-49.
Books (0)
Book Chapter (0)
Thesis (1)
Flavio G. Oliveira (2013) Estratégias energéticas e comportamentais de adaptação à temperatura no musaranho-comum (Crocidura russula). In: MSc Thesis.
Communications (6)
Oliveira, F.G., Tapisso, J., Cerveira, A.M., Monarca, R., Mathias, M.L. (2014) Behavioral strategies of adaptation to temperature in the common shrew (Crossidura russula). In:
Oliveira, F.G. (2014) Overview of the 14th Rodens et Spatium, International Conference on Rodent Biology. In:
Oliveira, F.G. (2014) From the largest to the smallest: behavioral and energetic strategies of adaptation to temperature in the common shrew (Crossidura russula). In:
Tapisso, J.T., Oliveira, F.G., Monarca, R.I., Cerveira, A.M., Mathias, M.L. (2015) Phenotypic flexibility in the energetic strategy of the greater white-toothed shrew, Crocidura russula. In:
Oliveira F.G., Tapisso J.T., Fonseca P.J., Rychlik L., Mathias M.L. (2016) Do shrews use daily torpor to reduce risk exposure?. In:
Oliveira, F.G., Tapisso, J.T., Fonseca, P.J., Mathias, M.L. (2017) Behavioral and physiological responses to acoustic signals in greater white-toothed shrews from natural and urban habitats. In:
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