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    1. Sabatini, V; De Costa, MJRP
      Caecotrophy in pacas (Agouti paca Linnaeus, 1766)

      MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY
    2. Peace, TA; Singer, AW; Niemuth, NA; Shaw, ME
      Effects of caging type and animal source on the development of foot lesions in Sprague dawley rats (Rattus norvegicus)

      CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    3. Mariani, L; Bernier, N; Jimenez, JJ; Decaens, T
      Diet of an anecic earthworm from the Colombian savannas: questioning ecological groups

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    4. Kopanic, RJ; Holbrook, GL; Sevala, V; Schal, C
      An adaptive benefit of facultative coprophagy in the German cockroach Blattella germanica

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    5. Hirakawa, H
      Coprophagy in leporids and other mammalian herbivores

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    6. Pei, YX; Wang, DH; Hume, ID
      Selective digesta retention and coprophagy in Brandt's vole (Microtus brandti)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMIC AND ENVIRONMENTALPHYSIOLOGY
    7. De la Riva, J; Matias, A; Torrez, M; Martinez, E; Dujardin, JP
      Adult and nymphs of Microtriatoma trinidadensis (Lent, 1951) (Hemiptera : Reduviidae) caught from peridomestic environment in Bolivia

      MEMORIAS DO INSTITUTO OSWALDO CRUZ
    8. Buczkowski, G; Kopanic, RJ; Schal, C
      Transfer of ingested insecticides among cockroaches: Effects of active ingredient, bait formulation, and assay procedures

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    9. Buczkowski, G; Schal, C
      Method of insecticide delivery affects horizontal transfer of fipronil in the German cockroach (Dictyoptera : Blattellidae)

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    10. Nalyanya, G; Schal, C
      Evaluation of attractants for monitoring populations of the German cockroach (Dictyoptera : Blattellidae)

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    11. Nalepa, CA; Bignell, DE; Bandi, C
      Detritivory, coprophagy, and the evolution of digestive mutualisms in Dietyoptera

      INSECTES SOCIAUX
    12. Aburto-Oropeza, O; Sala, E; Sanchez-Ortiz, C
      Feeding behavior, habitat use, and abundance of the angelfish Holacanthus passer (Pomacanthidae) in the southern Sea of Cortes

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    13. Takahashi, T; Sakaguchi, E
      Role of the furrow of the proximal colon in the production of soft and hard feces in nutrias, Myocastor coypus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMIC AND ENVIRONMENTALPHYSIOLOGY
    14. Mendes, A; Nogueira, SDC; Lavorenti, A; Nogueira-Filho, SLG
      A note on the cecotrophy behavior in capybara (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris)

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    15. Hara, H; Konishi, A; Kasai, T
      Contribution of the cecum and colon to zinc absorption in rats

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    16. Durier, V; Rivault, C
      Secondary transmission of toxic baits in German cockroach (Dictyoptera : Blattellidae)

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    17. O'Hanlon, RP; Bolger, T
      The importance of Arcitalitrus dorrieni (Hunt) (Crustacea : Amphipoda : Talitridae) in coniferous litter breakdown

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    18. Nash, LT; Fritz, J; Alford, PA; Brent, L
      Variables influencing the origins of diverse abnormal behaviors in a largesample of captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    19. Conway, DVP; Coombs, SH; Lindley, JA; Llewellyn, CA
      Diet of mackerel (Scomber scombrus) larvae at the shelf-edge to the south-west of the British Isles and the incidence of piscivory and coprophagy

      VIE ET MILIEU-LIFE AND ENVIRONMENT
    20. Kopanic, RJ; Schal, C
      Coprophagy facilitates horizontal transmission of bait among cockroaches (Dictyoptera : Blattellidae)

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    21. Levine, S; Saltzman, A
      Effects of coprophagy on serum urea and the weight of the gastrointestinaltract of fed or fasted rats

      LABORATORY ANIMALS
    22. PINERO FS; LOPEZ FJP
      COPROPHAGY IN LEPIDOPTERA - OBSERVATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE IN THE PYRALID MOTH AGLOSSA-PINGUINALIS

      Journal of zoology
    23. Hopkins, DW; Chudek, JA; Bignell, DE; Frouz, J; Webster, EA; Lawson, T
      Application of C-13 NMR to investigate the transformations and biodegradation of organic materials by wood- and soil-feeding termites, and a coprophagous litter-dwelling dipteran larva

      BIODEGRADATION
    24. OWL MY; BATZLI GO
      THE INTEGRATED PROCESSING RESPONSE OF VOLES TO FIBER CONTENT OF NATURAL DIETS

      Functional ecology
    25. TAKAHASHI T; SAKAGUCHI E
      BEHAVIORS AND NUTRITIONAL IMPORTANCE OF COPROPHAGY IN CAPTIVE ADULT AND YOUNG NUTRIAS (MYOCASTOR COYPUS)

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    26. OHTA A; OHTSUKI M; UEHARA M; HOSONO A; HIRAYAMA M; ADACHI T; HARA H
      DIETARY FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDES PREVENT POSTGASTRECTOMY ANEMIA AND OSTEOPENIA IN RATS

      The Journal of nutrition
    27. HIRAKAWA H; HABERL W
      THE BEHAVIOR OF LICKING THE EVERTED RECTUM IN SHREWS (SORICIDAE, INSECTIVORA)

      Acta Theriologica
    28. Altuna, CA; Bacigalupe, LD; Corte, S
      Food-handling and feces reingestion in Ctenomys pearsoni (Rodentia, Ctenomyidae)

      ACTA THERIOLOGICA
    29. BARRACLOUGH DA
      NEW EAST AND WEST-AFRICAN SPECIES OF AFROCAMILLA BARRACLOUGH (DIPTERA, SCHIZOPHORA, CAMILLIDAE)

      African entomology
    30. LEE SY
      POTENTIAL TROPHIC IMPORTANCE OF THE FECAL MATERIAL OF THE MANGROVE SESARMINE CRAB SESARMA-MESSA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    31. ONEILL KM; WOODS SA; STREETT DA
      GRASSHOPPER (ORTHOPTERA, ACRIDIDAE) FORAGING ON GRASSHOPPER FECES - OBSERVATIONAL AND RUBIDIUM-LABELING STUDIES

      Environmental entomology
    32. KOPANIC RJ; SCHAL C
      RELATIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF DIRECT INGESTION AND ADULT-MEDIATED TRANSLOCATION OF BAIT TO GERMAN-COCKROACH (DICTYOPTERA, BLATTELLIDAE) NYMPHS

      Journal of economic entomology
    33. KEMME PA; RADCLIFFE JS; JONGBLOED AW; MROZ Z
      FACTORS AFFECTING PHOSPHORUS AND CALCIUM DIGESTIBILITY IN DIETS FOR GROWING-FINISHING PIGS

      Journal of animal science
    34. BABA S; OHTA A; OHTSUKI M; TAKIZAWA T; ADACHI T; HARA H
      FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDES STIMULATE THE ABSORPTION OF MAGNESIUM FROM THEHINDGUT IN RATS

      Nutrition research
    35. BORGES PA; DOMINGUEZBELLO MG; HERRERA EA
      DIGESTIVE PHYSIOLOGY OF WILD CAPYBARA

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    36. HIRAKAWA H
      HARD FECES REINGESTION IN THE MOUNTAIN HARE LEPUS-TIMIDUS

      Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde
    37. TORRALLARDONA D; HARRIS CI; FULLER MF
      MICROBIAL AMINO-ACID SYNTHESIS AND UTILIZATION IN RATS - THE ROLE OF COPROPHAGY

      British Journal of Nutrition
    38. OHTA A; BABA S; OHTSUKI M; TAGUCHI A; ADACHI T; HARA H
      PREVENTION OF COPROPHAGY MODIFIES MAGNESIUM ABSORPTION IN RATS FED WITH FRUCTO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES

      British Journal of Nutrition
    39. BERGERON JM
      CHEMICAL-CONSTITUENTS OF VOLE FECES AS INDICATORS OF BARK USE IN SAPLING PLANTATIONS

      Annales zoologici Fennici
    40. WANG CH; YANG HT; CHOW YS
      THE CONTROLLING EFFECTS OF ABAMECTIN AND HYDRAMETHYLNON FOR THE AUSTRALIAN COCKROACH, PERIPLANETA-AUSTRALASIAE (F) (ORTHOPTERA, BLATTELLIDAE), IN TAIWAN

      Journal of entomological science
    41. PAPPAS PW; MARSCHALL EA; MORRISON SE; DURKA GM; DANIEL CS
      INCREASED COPROPHAGIC ACTIVITY OF THE BEETLE, TENEBRIO-MOLITOR, ON FECES CONTAINING EGGS OF THE TAPEWORM, HYMENOLEPIS-DIMINUTA

      International journal for parasitology
    42. KRAUS SD; STONE GS
      COPROPHAGY BY WILSON STORM-PETRELS, OCEANITES-OCEANICUS, ON NORTH-ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALE, EUBALAENA-GLACIALIS, FECES

      Canadian field-naturalist
    43. HOFF MP; FORTHMAN DL; MAPLE TL
      DYADIC INTERACTIONS OF INFANT LOWLAND GORILLAS IN AN OUTDOOR EXHIBIT COMPARED TO AN INDOOR HOLDING AREA

      Zoo biology
    44. GONZALEZ HE; SMETACEK V
      THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF THE CYCLOPOID COPEPOD OITHONA IN RETARDING VERTICAL FLUX OF ZOOPLANKTON FECAL MATERIAL

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    45. EBINO KY; SHUTOH Y; TAKAHASHI KW
      COPROPHAGY IN RABBITS - AUTOINGESTION OF HARD FECES

      Jikken Dobutsu
    46. JACKSON KA; TOPPING DL
      PREVENTION OF COPROPHAGY DOES NOT ALTER THE HYPOCHOLESTEROLEMIC EFFECTS OF OAT BRAN IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Nutrition


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