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    1. Hamasaki, S; Yamauchi, K; Ohki, T; Murakami, M; Takahara, Y; Takeuchi, Y; Mori, Y
      Comparison of various reproductive status in sika deer (Cervus nippon) using fecal steroid analysis

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    2. Chapais, B; Savard, L; Gauthier, C
      Kin selection and the distribution of altruism in relation to degree of kinship in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    3. Bentley-Condit, VK; Moore, T; Smith, EO
      Analysis of infant handling and the effects of female rank among Tana River adult female yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus) using permutation/randomization tests

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    4. Fujita, S; Mitsunaga, F; Sugiura, H; Shimizu, K
      Measurement of urinary and fecal steroid metabolites during the ovarian cycle in captive and wild Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    5. Wahungu, GM
      Common use of sleeping sites by two primate species in Tana River, Kenya

      AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    6. Farah, IO; Kariuki, TM; King, CL; Hau, J
      An overview of animal models in experimental schistosomiasis and refinements in the use of non-human primates

      LABORATORY ANIMALS
    7. Moss, AM; Clutton-Brock, TH; Monfort, SL
      Longitudinal gonadal steroid excretion in free-living male and female meerkats (Suricata suricatta)

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    8. Cook, RC; Murray, DL; Cook, JG; Zager, P; Monfort, SL
      Nutritional influences on breeding dynamics in elk

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    9. Hill, RA; Lycett, JE; Dunbar, RIM
      Ecological and social determinants of birth intervals in baboons

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    10. Rhine, RJ; Norton, GW; Wasser, SK
      Lifetime reproductive success, longevity, and reproductive life history offemale yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) of Mikumi National Park, Tanzania

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    11. Ziegler, T; Hodges, K; Winkler, P; Heistermann, M
      Hormonal correlates of reproductive seasonality in wild female Hanuman langurs (Presbytis entellus)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    12. Bahr, NI; Palme, R; Mohle, U; Hodges, JK; Heistermann, M
      Comparative aspects of the metabolism and excretion of cortisol in three individual nonhuman primates

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Pochron, ST
      The core dry-season diet of yellow baboons (Papio hamadryas cynocephalus) in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

      FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA
    14. Hulten, F; Forsberg, M; Schubert, B
      Determining ovulation frequency in individually penned lactating sows using a faecal 'Progestin' assay

      REPRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS
    15. Berger, J; Testa, JW; Roffe, T; Monfort, SL
      Conservation endocrinology: a noninvasive tool to understand relationshipsbetween carnivore colonization and ecological carrying capacity

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    16. Cowlishaw, G
      Ecological and social determinants of spacing behaviour in desert baboon groups

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    17. Matsumuro, M; Sankai, T; Cho, F; Yoshikawa, Y; Yoshida, T
      A two-step extraction method to measure fecal steroid hormones in female cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    18. Alberts, SC
      Thirteen Mhc-DQA1 alleles from two populations of baboons

      IMMUNOGENETICS
    19. Hill, RA
      Size dependent tortoise predation by baboons at De Hoop Nature Reserve, South Africa

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    20. van Noordwijk, MA; van Schaik, CP
      The effects of dominance rank and group size on female lifetime reproductive success in wild long-tailed macaques, Macaca fascicularis

      PRIMATES
    21. Su, HM; Bernardo, L; Mirmiran, M; Ma, XH; Nathanielsz, PW; Brenna, JT
      Dietary 18 : 3n-3 and 22 : 6n-3 as sources of 22 : 6n-3 accretion in neonatal baboon brain and associated organs

      LIPIDS
    22. D'Hooghe, TM; Bambra, CS; Raeymaekers, BM; Hill, JA
      Pelvic inflammation induced by diagnostic laparoscopy in baboons

      FERTILITY AND STERILITY
    23. Silk, JB; Seyfarth, RM; Cheney, DL
      The structure of social relationships among female savanna baboons in Moremi Reserve, Botswana

      BEHAVIOUR
    24. Palombit, RA; Cheney, DL; Seyfarth, RM
      Male grunts as mediators of social interaction with females in wild chacmababoons (Papio cynocephalus ursinus)

      BEHAVIOUR
    25. Cheney, DL; Seyfarth, RM
      Recognition of other individuals' social relationships by female baboons

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    26. Watanabe, JM; Smuts, BB
      Explaining religion without explaining it away: Trust, truth, and the evolution of cooperation in Roy A. Rappaport's "the obvious aspects of ritual"

      AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST
    27. FRANTZEN MAJ; SILK JB; FERGUSON JWH; WAYNE RK; KOHN MH
      EMPIRICAL-EVALUATION OF PRESERVATION METHODS FOR FECAL DNA

      Molecular ecology
    28. LYCETT JE; HENZI SP; BARRETT L
      MATERNAL INVESTMENT IN MOUNTAIN BABOONS AND THE HYPOTHESIS OF REDUCEDCARE

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    29. Dittus, WPJ
      Birth sex ratios in toque macaques and other mammals: integrating the effects of maternal condition and competition

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    30. JURKE MH; CZEKALA NM; JURKE S; HAGEY LR; LANCE VA; CONLEY AJ; FITCHSNYDER H
      MONITORING PREGNANCY IN TWINNING PYGMY LORIS (NYCTICEBUS-PYGMAEUS) USING FECAL ESTROGEN METABOLITES

      American journal of primatology
    31. RHINE RJ; NORTON GW; HAWKINS DM; WASSER SK
      VALIDITY OF AN ESTIMATOR OF REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS

      American journal of primatology
    32. WHITTEN PL; STAVISKY R; AURELI F; RUSSELL E
      RESPONSE OF FECAL CORTISOL TO STRESS IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN-TROGLODYTES)

      American journal of primatology
    33. Isbell, LA; Pruetz, JD
      Differences between vervets (Cercopithecus aethiops) and patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) in agonistic interactions between adult females

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    34. Whitten, PL; Brockman, DK; Stavisky, RC
      Recent advances in noninvasive techniques to monitor hormone-behavior interactions

      YEARBOOK OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, VOL 41 - 1998
    35. GARROTT RA; MONFORT SL; WHITE PJ; MASHBURN KL; COOK JG
      ONE-SAMPLE PREGNANCY DIAGNOSIS IN ELK USING FECAL STEROID METABOLITES

      Journal of wildlife diseases
    36. LEE PC; HAUSER MD
      LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES OF CHANGES IN TERRITORY QUALITY ON FEEDING ANDREPRODUCTIVE STRATEGIES OF VERVET MONKEYS

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    37. VELLOSO AL; WASSER SK; MONFORT SL; DIETZ JM
      LONGITUDINAL FECAL STEROID-EXCRETION IN MANED WOLVES (CHRYSOCYON-BRACHYURUS)

      General and comparative endocrinology (Print)
    38. THOMPSON KV; MASHBURN KL; MONFORT SL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ESTROUS CYCLICITY IN THE SABLE ANTELOPE (HIPPOTRAGUS-NIGER) THROUGH FECAL PROGESTAGEN MONITORING

      General and comparative endocrinology (Print)
    39. BILLITTI JE; LASLEY BL; WILSON BW
      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A FECAL TESTOSTERONE BIOMARKER IN MUS MUSCULUS AND PEROMYSCUS-MANICULATUS

      Biology of reproduction
    40. STRIER KB; ZIEGLER TE
      BEHAVIORAL AND ENDOCRINE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE REPRODUCTIVE-CYCLE INWILD MURIQUI MONKEYS, BRACHYTELES ARACHNOIDES

      American journal of primatology
    41. ZIEGLER TE; SANTOS CV; PISSINATTI A; STRIER KB
      STEROID-EXCRETION DURING THE OVARIAN CYCLE IN CAPTIVE AND WILD MURIQUIS, BRACHYTELES ARACHNOIDES

      American journal of primatology
    42. RHINE RJ
      CRITERIA OF REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS

      American journal of primatology
    43. JURKE MH; CZEKALA NM; FITCHSNYDER H
      NONINVASIVE DETECTION AND MONITORING OF ESTRUS, PREGNANCY AND THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD IN PYGMY LORIS (NYCTICEBUS-PYGMAEUS) USING FECAL ESTROGEN METABOLITES

      American journal of primatology
    44. BENTLEYCONDIT VK; SMITH EO
      FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE PARAMETERS OF TANA RIVER YELLOW BABOONS

      International journal of primatology
    45. ANZUETO A; PETERS JI; SEIDNER SR; COX WJ; SCHROEDER W; COALSON JJ
      EFFECTS OF CONTINUOUS BED ROTATION AND PROLONGED MECHANICAL VENTILATION ON HEALTHY, ADULT BABOONS

      Critical care medicine
    46. FARAH IO; NYINDO M; SULEMAN MA; NYAUNDI J; KARIUKI TM; BLANTON RE; ELSON LH; KING CL
      SCHISTOSOMA-MANSONI - DEVELOPMENT AND MODULATION OF THE GRANULOMA AFTER SINGLE OR MULTIPLE EXPOSURES IN THE BABOON (PAPIO-CYNOCEPHALUS-ANUBIS)

      Experimental parasitology
    47. CHENEY DL; SEYFARTH RM
      RECONCILIATORY GRUNTS BY DOMINANT FEMALE BABOONS INFLUENCE VICTIMS BEHAVIOR

      Animal behaviour
    48. SCHWARZENBERGER F; MOSTL E; PALME R; BAMBERG E
      FECAL STEROID ANALYSIS FOR NONINVASIVE MONITORING OF REPRODUCTIVE STATUS IN FARM, WILD AND ZOO ANIMALS

      Animal reproduction science
    49. WHITTEN PL; RUSSELL E
      INFORMATION-CONTENT OF SEXUAL SWELLINGS AND FECAL STEROIDS IN SOOTY MANGABEYS (CERCOCEBUS-TORQUATUS-ATYS)

      American journal of primatology
    50. DHOOGHE TM; BAMBRA CS; RAEYMAEKERS BM; KONINCKX PR
      INCREASED PREVALENCE AND RECURRENCE OF RETROGRADE MENSTRUATION IN BABOONS WITH SPONTANEOUS ENDOMETRIOSIS

      Human reproduction
    51. DHOOGHE TM; HILL JA; OOSTERLYNCK DJ; KONINCKX PR; BAMBRA CS
      EFFECT OF ENDOMETRIOSIS ON WHITE BLOOD-CELL SUBPOPULATIONS IN PERIPHERAL-BLOOD AND PERITONEAL-FLUID OF BABOONS

      Human reproduction
    52. PETER AT; KAPUSTIN N; CRITSER JK
      ANALYSIS OF SEX STEROID METABOLITES EXCRETED IN THE FECES AND URINE OF NONDOMESTICATED ANIMALS

      The Compendium on continuing education for the practicing veterinarian
    53. TAKESHITA H; WALRAVEN V
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF THE VARIETY AND COMPLEXITY OF OBJECT MANIPULATION IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN-TROGLODYTES) AND BONOBOS (PAN-PANISCUS)

      Primates
    54. HEISTERMANN M; MOHLE U; VERVAECKE H; VANELSACKER L; HODGES JK
      APPLICATION OF URINARY AND FECAL STEROID MEASUREMENTS FOR MONITORING OVARIAN-FUNCTION AND PREGNANCY IN THE BONOBO (PAN-PANISCUS) AND EVALUATION OF PERINEAL SWELLING PATTERNS IN RELATION TO ENDOCRINE EVENTS

      Biology of reproduction
    55. WASSER SK
      REPRODUCTIVE CONTROL IN WILD BABOONS MEASURED BY FECAL STEROIDS

      Biology of reproduction
    56. ROBERTS SC
      THE EVOLUTION OF HORNEDNESS IN FEMALE RUMINANTS

      Behaviour
    57. RON T; HENZI SP; MOTRO U
      DO FEMALE CHACMA BABOONS COMPETE FOR A SAFE SPATIAL POSITION IN A SOUTHERN WOODLAND HABITAT

      Behaviour
    58. DHOOGHE TM; BAMBRA CS; KAZUNGU J; KONINCKX PR
      PERITONEAL-FLUID VOLUME AND STEROID-HORMONE CONCENTRATIONS IN BABOONSWITH AND WITHOUT EITHER SPONTANEOUS MINIMAL MILD ENDOMETRIOSIS OR THELUTEINIZED UNRUPTURED FOLLICLE SYNDROME

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    59. ALBERTS SC; ALTMANN J
      PREPARATION AND ACTIVATION - DETERMINANTS OF AGE AT REPRODUCTIVE MATURITY IN MALE BABOONS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    60. STAVISKY R; RUSSELL E; STALLINGS J; SMITH EO; WORTHMAN C; WHITTEN PL
      FECAL STEROID ANALYSIS OF OVARIAN CYCLES IN FREE-RANGING BABOONS

      American journal of primatology
    61. HENZI SP; LYCETT JE
      POPULATION-STRUCTURE, DEMOGRAPHY, AND DYNAMICS OF MOUNTAIN BABOONS - AN INTERIM-REPORT

      American journal of primatology
    62. DHOOGHE TM; SCHEERLINCK JPY; KONINCKX PR; HILL JA; BAMBRA CS
      ANTIENDOMETRIAL LYMPHOCYTOTOXICITY AND NATURAL-KILLER-CELL ACTIVITY IN BABOONS (PAPIO-ANUBIS AND PAPIO-CYNOCEPHALUS) WITH ENDOMETRIOSIS

      Human reproduction
    63. ROGERS WR; LUCAS JH; CORY WE; ORR JL; SMITH HD
      A 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE FACILITY FOR NONHUMAN-PRIMATES - DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL DATA DURING EXPERIMENTS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    64. ORR JL; ROGERS WR; SMITH HD
      DETECTION THRESHOLDS FOR 60 HZ ELECTRIC-FIELDS BY NONHUMAN-PRIMATES

      Bioelectromagnetics
    65. ROGERS WR; ORR JL; SMITH HD
      INITIAL EXPOSURE TO 30 KV M OR 60 KV/M 60 HZ ELECTRIC-FIELDS PRODUCESTEMPORARY CESSATION OF OPERANT-BEHAVIOR OF NONHUMAN-PRIMATES/

      Bioelectromagnetics
    66. ROGERS WR; ORR JL; SMITH HD
      NONHUMAN-PRIMATES WILL NOT RESPOND TO TURN-OFF STRONG 60 HZ ELECTRIC-FIELDS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    67. ORR JL; ROGERS WR; SMITH HD
      EXPOSURE OF BABOONS TO COMBINED 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS DOES NOT PRODUCE WORK STOPPAGE OR AFFECT OPERANT PERFORMANCE ON A MATCH-TO-SAMPLE TASK

      Bioelectromagnetics
    68. COELHO AM; ROGERS WR; EASLEY SP
      EFFECTS OF CONCURRENT EXPOSURE TO 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS ON THE SOCIAL-BEHAVIOR OF BABOONS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    69. MURTHY KK; ROGERS WR; SMITH HD
      INITIAL STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF COMBINED 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE ON THE IMMUNE-SYSTEM OF NONHUMAN-PRIMATES

      Bioelectromagnetics
    70. ROGERS WR; LUCAS JH; MIKITEN BC; SMITH HD; ORR JL
      CHRONICALLY INDWELLING VENOUS CANNULA AND AUTOMATIC BLOOD-SAMPLING SYSTEM FOR USE WITH NONHUMAN-PRIMATES EXPOSED TO 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS

      Bioelectromagnetics
    71. ROGERS WR; REITER RJ; BARLOWWALDEN L; SMITH HD; ORR JL
      REGULARLY SCHEDULED, DAYTIME, SLOW-ONSET 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE DOES NOT DEPRESS SERUM MELATONIN CONCENTRATION IN NONHUMAN-PRIMATES

      Bioelectromagnetics
    72. ROGERS WR; REITER RJ; SMITH HD; BARLOWWALDEN L
      RAPID-ONSET OFFSET, VARIABLY SCHEDULED 60 HZ ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELD EXPOSURE REDUCES NOCTURNAL SERUM MELATONIN CONCENTRATION IN NONHUMAN-PRIMATES

      Bioelectromagnetics
    73. NOE R; SLUIJTER AA
      WHICH ADULT MALE SAVANNA BABOONS FORM COALITIONS

      International journal of primatology
    74. SWINDLER DR
      CANINE ROOT DEVELOPMENT AND MORPHOLOGY IN MACACA-NEMESTRINA

      Primates
    75. WASSER SK; VELLOSO AD; RODDEN MD
      USING FECAL STEROIDS TO EVALUATE REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN FEMALE MANED WOLVES

      The Journal of wildlife management
    76. MONFORT SL; HARVEY E; GEURTS L; PADILLA L; SIMMONS HA; WILLIAMSON LR
      URINARY 3-ALPHA,17-BETA-ANDROSTANEDIOL GLUCURONIDE IS A MEASURE OF ANDROGENIC STATUS IN ELD DEER STAGS (CERVUS-ELDI-THAMIN)

      Biology of reproduction
    77. ALBERTS SC; ALTMANN J
      BALANCING COSTS AND OPPORTUNITIES - DISPERSAL IN MALE BABOONS

      The American naturalist
    78. BARTON RA; WHITEN A
      REDUCING COMPLEX DIETS TO SIMPLE RULES - FOOD SELECTION BY OLIVE BABOONS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    79. CONDIT VK; SMITH EO
      YELLOW BABOON LABOR AND PARTURITION AT THE TANA-RIVER-NATIONAL-PRIMATE-RESERVE, KENYA

      American journal of primatology
    80. CONDIT VK; SMITH EO
      PREDATION ON A YELLOW BABOON (PAPIO-CYNOCEPHALUS-CYNOCEPHALUS) BY A LIONESS IN THE TANA-RIVER-NATIONAL-PRIMATE-RESERVE, KENYA

      American journal of primatology
    81. WESTERGAARD GC; SUOMI SJ
      THE USE OF PROBING TOOLS BY TUFTED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS-APELLA) - EVIDENCE FOR INCREASED RIGHT-HAND PREFERENCE WITH AGE

      International journal of primatology
    82. RON T
      AN AMBITIOUS BABOON - INDEPENDENT RISE IN RANK BY A SINGLE FEMALE

      Folia primatologica
    83. GEARY RL; KOHLER TR; VERGEL S; KIRKMAN TR; CLOWES AW
      TIME-COURSE OF FLOW-INDUCED SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELL-PROLIFERATION AND INTIMAL THICKENING IN ENDOTHELIALIZED BABOON VASCULAR GRAFTS

      Circulation research
    84. BROWN JL; WASSER SK; WILDT DE; GRAHAM LH
      COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF STEROID-HORMONE METABOLISM AND OVARIAN ACTIVITY IN FELIDS, MEASURED NONINVASIVELY IN FECES

      Biology of reproduction
    85. OCONNELL SM; COWLISHAW G
      INFANTICIDE AVOIDANCE, SPERM COMPETITION AND MATE CHOICE - THE FUNCTION OF COPULATION CALLS IN FEMALE BABOONS

      Animal behaviour
    86. ABUBAKER AO; RASLAN WF; SOTEREANOS GC
      ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE RECEPTORS IN TEMPOROMANDIBULAR-JOINT DISKS OF SYMPTOMATIC AND ASYMPTOMATIC PERSONS - A PRELIMINARY-STUDY

      Journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery
    87. ALTMANN J; SCHOELLER D; ALTMANN SA; MURUTHI P; SAPOLSKY RM
      BODY SIZE AND FATNESS OF FREE-LIVING BABOONS REFLECT FOOD AVAILABILITY AND ACTIVITY LEVELS

      American journal of primatology
    88. APPLETON CC; HENZI SP
      ENVIRONMENTAL CORRELATES OF GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITISM IN MONTANE AND LOWLAND BABOONS IN NATAL, SOUTH-AFRICA

      International journal of primatology
    89. PRUDHOMME J; CHAPAIS B
      RANK RELATIONS AMONG SISTERS IN SEMI-FREE-RANGING BARBARY MACAQUES (MACACA-SYLVANUS)

      International journal of primatology
    90. MAHANEY MC; LELAND MM; WILLIAMSBLANGERO S; MARINEZ YN
      CROSS-SECTIONAL GROWTH STANDARDS FOR CAPTIVE BABOONS .1. ORGAN WEIGHTBY CHRONOLOGICAL AGE

      Journal of medical primatology
    91. BENVENISTE RE; HILL RW; KNOTT WB; TSAI CC; KULLER L; MORTON WR
      DETECTION OF SERUM ANTIBODIES IN ETHIOPIAN BABOONS THAT CROSS-REACT WITH SIV, HTLV-I, AND TYPE-D RETROVIRAL ANTIGENS

      Journal of medical primatology
    92. PRUDHOMME J; CHAPAIS B
      AGGRESSIVE INTERVENTIONS AND MATRILINEAL DOMINANCE RELATIONS IN SEMIFREE-RANGING BARBARY MACAQUES (MACACA-SYLVANUS)

      Primates
    93. PATERSON JD; JACK K
      BILATERAL RETENTION OF DECIDUOUS CANINES IN AN OLIVE BABOON

      Folia primatologica
    94. RON T; WHITEHEAD S
      A KEY FOR IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUAL FEMALE BABOONS UNDER POOR VISIBILITYCONDITIONS

      Folia primatologica
    95. HOLEKAMP KE; SMALE L
      ONTOGENY OF DOMINANCE IN FREE-LIVING SPOTTED HYAENAS - JUVENILE RANK RELATIONS WITH OTHER IMMATURE INDIVIDUALS

      Animal behaviour
    96. DHOOGHE TM; BAMBRA CS; FARAH IO; RAEYMAEKERS BM; KONINCKX PR
      HIGH INTRAABDOMINAL PRESSURE - EFFECTS ON CLINICAL-PARAMETERS AND LUNG PATHOLOGY IN BABOONS (PAPIO-CYNOCEPHALUS AND PAPIO-ANUBIS)

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    97. WU HY; LIN YS
      SEASONAL-VARIATION OF THE ACTIVITY AND RANGE USE PATTERNS OF A WILD TROOP OF FORMOSAN MACAQUE IN KENTING, TAIWAN

      Bulletin of the Institute of Zoology. Academia sinica


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