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Plus 1d Bar Nesting Crack
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Two topics from this review were selected for illustration. In one I compared activity profiles of an individual on three regimes: water, followed by 25% ethanol, and a return to water. The observed behavioral changes in activity, nesting, sleep, liquid consumption, fastidiousness, etc., and return to 'normal,' afterward, were reminiscent of ethanol's similar influences on man. The same 'assay' procedure, though even today (2008) barely exploited, could assess effects of other drugs, altered schedules, dietary changes, etc.
A second example is provided by the activities of several mice in an enclosure containing a plastic wood nest and a wad of cotton. At the rear of the nest is a small crack through which the cotton can be grasped from outside. The mice spend hours reeling the cotton out through this crack, compacting the fluffy strung out mass with their forelegs and teeth, and stuffing the wad back into the entrance to the nest, and then repeating the entire sequence hundreds of times day after day.
The middle-to-late phase of artificial dusk and the early phase of artificial dawn have a great activity stimulating effect on WF mice, whereas the brighter middle-to-late phase of dawn has a strong inhibitory effect. The high-speed running and gradual slowing down during dusk (as opposed to warming up in dim-light), as the light level gradually decreases, and the responses during dawn do not occur only during twilights. As we shall see, they are characteristic responses that usually occur whenever the same changing light levels are encountered. We have already seen a detailed running record of a deer mouse with clear-cut, high-speed dawn and dusk responses (Fig. 4-6). Cactus mice also respond characteristically during twilights. These twilight responses are illustrated in Fig. 6-19, where the tips of the arrows on the left mark 25 min into the twilight. The animal's running record, with warm-up, during 2 h of abruptly presented dim-light on the first night of the study (Feb. 20) is given at the bottom for comparison.. This is followed by its dusk plus 1-h post-dusk (in dim-light) running record during the next 6 nights (Feb. 21-26),.
Further highly illustrative examples of the compelling influences of light-level changes during artificial twilights, are the running and nesting responses obtained when simulated dusks and dawns were presented several times in succession to a cactus mouse (Fig. 6-22). During the first dusk the mouse left the nest and commenced running at high speed. Speed declined steadily until the light level began to increase during the immediately following dawn, when speed increased again and running ceased abruptly at high speed. A few min later, after engaging in 'housekeeping' activities, the mouse retired to its nest and slept until midway through the next dusk, when it began running again at high speed.