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Influence of asexual reproduction on the structure and dynamics of Holothuria (Halodeima) atra and Stichopus chloronotus populations of the Great Barrier Reef.
State of bream (Abramis brama L.) stock in the Curonian Lagoon (Russia) in regulated fishery conditions.
Nature-based tourism impacts on yellow-eyed penguins Megadyptes antipodes: does unregulated visitor access affect fledging weight and juvenile survival?
Estimates of the contribution of Palaemon elegans Rathke to commercial shrimp landings in Ireland and observations on its biology
Immunosuppressive effects of Marek's disease virus (MDV) and herpesvirus of turkeys (HVT) in broiler chickens and the protective effect of HVT vaccination against MDV challenge
Fish survey data for four stream in Tioga County Pennsylvania from 2012-2017. Community data based on 2-3 backpack electrofishing passes with individual lengths and weights.
Obesity: Where less is more. The "fat-pill" prospects of leptin are just the latest in biotechnology's efforts to address obesity
Winter body fat, food consumption and nonshivering thermogenesis of representative spontaneous and facultative hibernators: The white-tailed prairie dog and black-tailed prairie dog
1. 1. White-tailed prairie dogs are spontaneous hibernators while black-tailed prairie dogs do not hibernate unless severely deprived of food and water at low ambient temperatures. 2. 2. Contrary to what has been thought about spontaneous and facultative hibernators, both of these species in this study had similar body fat content when trapped in the field. Also, both species had an identical nonshivering thermogenic response when tested at mid-winter. 3. 3. White-tailed prairie dogs became spontaneously anorexic during late fall and underwent bouts of torpor while the black-tailed prairie dogs continued to eat throughout the winter and only rarely entered torpor. 4. 4. In spite of their different thermoregulatory...