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Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova. 1990 Nov-Dec;40(6):1165-8.

[Different ratios of active and passive forms of behavior in short- and long-sleeping (after ethanol) C57BL/6 mice].

[Article in Russian]


Ratio of active (sum of absolute numbers of locomotion and rearings in 5 min sessions during 3 days of observation) to passive (sum of rates of periods of movements of a sitting mouse and of periods of absolute immobility) forms of behaviour (we call it an "integrative A/P coefficient") was much higher in short-sleep than in long-sleep male mice. The former group may be characterized as a low, and the latter as a high adaptive behaviour population.

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