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    1. Ericsson, G; Edenius, L; Sundstrom, D
      Factors affecting browsing by moose (Alces alces L.) on European aspen (Populus tremula L.) in a managed boreal landscape

      ECOSCIENCE
    2. Soppela, P; Nieminen, M
      The effect of wintertime undernutrition on the fatty acid composition of leg bone marrow fats in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Mysterud, A; Yoccoz, NG; Stenseth, NC; Langvatn, R
      Effects of age, sex and density on body weight of Norwegian red deer: evidence of density-dependent senescence

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Berger, J; Dulamtseren, S; Cain, S; Enkkhbileg, D; Lichtman, P; Namshir, Z; Wingard, G; Reading, R
      Back-casting sociality in extinct species: new perspectives using mass death assemblages and sex ratios

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Samways, MJ; Kreuzinger, K
      Vegetation, ungulate and grasshopper interactions inside vs. outside an African savanna game park

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    6. Persson, IL; Wikan, S; Swenson, JE; Mysterud, I
      The diet of the brown bear Ursus arctos in the Pasvik Valley, northeasternNorway

      WILDLIFE BIOLOGY
    7. Ferreira, G; Meurisse, M; Tillet, Y; Levy, F
      Distribution and co-localization of choline acetyltransferase and P75 neurotrophin receptors in the sheep basal forebrain: Implications for the use of a specific cholinergic immunotoxin

      NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Barnes, ME
      Effects of large herbivores and fire on the regeneration of Acacia erioloba woodlands in Chobe National Park, Botswana

      AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    9. Clevenger, AP; Chruszcz, B; Gunson, KE
      Highway mitigation fencing reduces wildlife-vehicle collisions

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    10. Pettorelli, N; Gaillard, JM; Duncan, P; Ouellet, JP; Van Laere, G
      Population density and small-scale variation in habitat quality affect phenotypic quality in roe deer

      OECOLOGIA
    11. Augustine, DJ; Frank, DA
      Effects of migratory grazers on spatial heterogeneity of soil nitrogen properties in a grassland ecosystem

      ECOLOGY
    12. van der Made, J
      The ungulates from Atapuerca: Stratigraphy and biogeography.

      ANTHROPOLOGIE
    13. Forsyth, DM; Duncan, RP
      Propagule size and the relative success of exotic ungulate and bird introductions to New Zealand

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    14. Relva, MA; Sancholuz, LA
      Effects of simulated browsing on the growth of Austrocedrus chilensis saplings

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    15. Opperman, JJ; Merenlender, AM
      Deer herbivory as an ecological constraint to restoration of degraded riparian corridors

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    16. Reale, D; Festa-Bianchet, M
      Mass-dependent reproductive strategies in wild bighorn ewes: a quantitative genetic approach

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    17. Conradt, L; Roper, TJ
      Activity synchrony and social cohesion: a fission-fusion model

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    18. Cassinello, J
      Ammotragus free-ranging population in the south-east of Spain: a necessaryfirst account

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    19. Conradt, L
      Use of a seaweed habitat by red deer (Cervus elaphus L.)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    20. Cassinello, J; Pieters, I
      Multi-male captive groups of endangered dama gazelle: Social rank, aggression, and enclosure effects

      ZOO BIOLOGY
    21. Fraser, KW; Cone, JM; Whitford, EJ
      A revision of the established ranges and new populations of 11 introduced ungulate species in New Zealand

      JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND
    22. Cseh, S; Solti, L
      Importance of assisted reproductive technologies in the conservation of wild, rare or indigenous ungulates: Review article

      ACTA VETERINARIA HUNGARICA
    23. Gaillard, JM; Festa-Bianchet, M; Yoccoz, NG; Loison, A; Toigo, C
      Temporal variation in fitness components and population dynamics of large herbivores

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS
    24. Frank, DA; Groffman, PM; Evans, RD; Tracy, BF
      Ungulate stimulation of nitrogen cycling and retention in Yellowstone Parkgrasslands

      OECOLOGIA
    25. Van Deelen, TR; Hollis, KM; Anchor, C; Etter, DR
      Sex affects age determination and wear of molariform teeth in white-taileddeer

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    26. DeStefano, S; Schmidt, SL; deVos, JC
      Observations of predator activity at wildlife water developments in southern Arizona

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    27. Gross, JA; Knight, JE
      Elk presence inside various-sized cattle exclosures

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    28. Mysterud, A; Yoccoz, NG; Stenseth, NC; Langvatn, R
      Relationships between sex ratio, climate and density in red deer: the importance of spatial scale

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    29. Salazar, I; Sanchez-Quinteiro, P; Lombardero, M; Cifuentes, JM
      A descriptive and comparative lectin histochemical study of the vomeronasal system in pigs and sheep

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    30. Sinclair, ARE; Mduma, SAR; Arcese, P
      What determines phenology and synchrony of ungulate breeding in Serengeti?

      ECOLOGY
    31. Hof, PR; Glezer, II; Nimchinsky, EA; Erwin, JM
      Neurochemical and cellular specializations in the mammalian neocortex reflect phylogenetic relationships: Evidence from primates, cetaceans, and artiodactyls

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    32. Loison, A; Gaillard, JM; Pelabon, C; Yoccoz, NG
      What factors shape sexual size dimorphism in ungulates?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    33. Wright, RG
      Wildlife management in the national parks: Questions in search of answers

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    34. Forsyth, DM; Fraser, KW
      Seasonal changes in the rumen morphology of Himalayan tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) in the Two Thumb Range, South Island, New Zealand

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    35. Richard-Hansen, C; Vie, JC; Vidal, N; Keravec, J
      Body measurements on 40 species of mammals from French Guiana

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    36. Geffen, H; Perevolotsky, A; Geffen, E; Yom-Tov, Y
      Use of space and social organization of female mountain gazelles (Gazella gazella gazella) in Ramat HaNadiv, Israel

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    37. Hof, PR; Glezer, II; Conde, F; Flagg, RA; Rubin, MB; Nimchinsky, EA; Weisenhorn, DMV
      Cellular distribution of the calcium binding proteins parvalbumin, calbindin, and calretinin in the neocortex of mammals: phylogenetic and developmental patterns

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL NEUROANATOMY
    38. Kienast, F; Fritschi, J; Bissegger, M; Abderhalden, W
      Modeling successional patterns of high-elevation forests under changing herbivore pressure - responses at the landscape level

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    39. Reimoser, F; Armstrong, H; Suchant, R
      Measuring forest damage of ungulates: what should be considered

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    40. Mysterud, A; Ostbye, E
      Cover as a habitat element for temperate ungulates: effects on habitat selection and demography

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    41. van der Made, J
      Ungulates from Atapuerca TD6

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION
    42. Cassinello, J
      Allosuckling behaviour in Ammotragus

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SAUGETIERKUNDE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY
    43. De Garine-Wichatitsky, M; De Meeus, T; Guegan, JF; Renaud, F
      Spatial and temporal distributions of parasites: can wild and domestic ungulates avoid African tick larvae?

      PARASITOLOGY
    44. Alstad, KP; Welker, JM; Williams, SA; Trlica, MJ
      Carbon and water relations of Salix monticola in response to winter browsing and changes in surface water hydrology: an isotopic study using delta C-13 and delta O-18

      OECOLOGIA
    45. Conradt, L; Clutton-Brock, TH; Guinness, FE
      The relationship between habitat choice and lifetime reproductive success in female red deer

      OECOLOGIA
    46. Voeten, MM; Prins, HHT
      Resource partitioning between sympatric wild and domestic herbivores in the Tarangire region of Tanzania

      OECOLOGIA
    47. Perez-Barberia, FJ; Gordon, IJ
      The functional relationship between feeding type and jaw and cranial morphology in ungulates

      OECOLOGIA
    48. Alpe, MJ; Kingery, JL; Mosley, JC
      Effects of summer sheep grazing on browse nutritive quality in autumn and winter

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    49. Forsyth, DM
      Long-term harvesting and male migration in a New Zealand population of Himalayan tahr Hemitragus jemlahicus

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    50. Post, E; Stenseth, NC
      Climatic variability, plant phenology, and northern ungulates

      ECOLOGY
    51. Ruckstuhl, KE
      To synchronise or not to synchronise: a dilemma for young bighorn males?

      BEHAVIOUR
    52. GRONGNET JF; DUVAUXPONTER C
      ACQUISITION OF PASSIVE-IMMUNITY IN DOMESTIC UNGULATES

      Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences
    53. FORCHHAMMER MC; BOOMSMA JJ
      OPTIMAL MATING STRATEGIES IN NONTERRITORIAL UNGULATES - A GENERAL-MODEL TESTED ON MUSKOXEN

      Behavioral ecology
    54. CONRADT L
      COULD ASYNCHRONY IN ACTIVITY BETWEEN THE SEXES CAUSE INTERSEXUAL SOCIAL SEGREGATION IN RUMINANTS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    55. ROLDAN ERS; CASSINELLO J; ABAIGAR T; GOMENDIO M
      INBREEDING, FLUCTUATING ASYMMETRY, AND EJACULATE QUALITY IN AN ENDANGERED UNGULATE

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    56. CRANSAC N; GERARD JF; MAUBLANC ML; PEPIN D
      AN EXAMPLE OF SEGREGATION BETWEEN AGE AND SEX CLASSES ONLY WEAKLY RELATED TO HABITAT USE IN MOUFLON SHEEP (OVIS-GMELINI)

      Journal of zoology
    57. LEWISON R
      INFANTICIDE IN THE HIPPOPOTAMUS - EVIDENCE FOR POLYGYNOUS UNGULATES

      Ethology Ecology & Evolution
    58. VERLINDEN A
      SEASONAL MOVEMENT PATTERNS OF SOME UNGULATES IN THE KALAHARI ECOSYSTEM OF BOTSWANA BETWEEN 1990 AND 1995

      African journal of ecology
    59. HEITKONIG IMA; OWENSMITH N
      SEASONAL SELECTION OF SOIL TYPES AND GRASS SWARDS BY ROAN ANTELOPE INA SOUTH-AFRICAN SAVANNA

      African journal of ecology
    60. MRLIK V
      ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING THE NUMBER OF VIGILANT INDIVIDUALS IN SEASONAL GROUPS OF ROE DEER

      Folia Zoologica
    61. Singer, FJ; Swift, DM; Coughenour, MB; Varley, JD
      Thunder on the Yellowstone revisited: an assessment of management of native ungulates by natural regulation, 1968-1993

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    62. Boyce, MS
      Ecological-process management and ungulates: Yellowstone's conservation paradigm

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    63. Frank, DA
      Ungulate regulation of ecosystem processes in Yellowstone National Park: direct and feedback effects

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    64. ZIEGER U; BOOMKER J; CAULDWELL AE; HORAK IG
      HELMINTHS AND BOT FLY LARVAE OF WILD UNGULATES ON A GAME RANCH IN CENTRAL PROVINCE, ZAMBIA

      Onderstepoort journal of veterinary research
    65. KEESING F
      IMPACTS OF UNGULATES ON THE DEMOGRAPHY AND DIVERSITY OF SMALL MAMMALSIN CENTRAL KENYA

      Oecologia
    66. FORSYTH DM; HICKLING GJ
      INCREASING HIMALAYAN TAHR AND DECREASING CHAMOIS DENSITIES IN THE EASTERN SOUTHERN ALPS, NEW-ZEALAND - EVIDENCE FOR INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION

      Oecologia
    67. Gross, JE
      Sexual segregation in ungulates: A comment

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    68. Main, MB
      Sexual segregation in ungulates: A reply

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    69. MILNERGULLAND EJ; LHAGVASUREN B
      POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF THE MONGOLIAN GAZELLE PROCAPRA-GUTTUROSA - AN HISTORICAL-ANALYSIS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    70. CONRADT L
      MEASURING THE DEGREE OF SEXUAL SEGREGATION IN GROUP-LIVING ANIMALS

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    71. SCHRODER HD
      Q-FEVER IN ZOO-KEPT UNGULATES

      Berliner und Munchener tierarztliche Wochenschrift (1946)
    72. Bailey, DW; Dumont, B; WallisDeVries, MF
      Utilization of heterogeneous grasslands by domestic herbivores: Theory to management

      ANNALES DE ZOOTECHNIE
    73. Apollonio, M
      Relationships between mating system, spatial behaviour, and genetic variation in ungulates, with special reference to European cervids

      ACTA THERIOLOGICA
    74. Buffa, G; Ferrari, C; Lovari, S
      The upper subalpine vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park (Khumbu Himal area, Nepal) and its relationship with Himalayan tahr, musk deer and domestic yak. An outline.

      TOP OF THE WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH: MOUNT EVEREST-HIMALAYAN ECOSYSTEM
    75. MURPHY MR; MASTERS JM; MOORE DM; GLASS HD; HUGHES RE; CRISSEY SD
      TAPIR (TAPIRUS) ENTEROLITHS

      Zoo biology
    76. GALLIVAN GJ; HORAK IG
      BODY-SIZE AND HABITAT AS DETERMINANTS OF TICK INFESTATIONS OF WILD UNGULATES IN SOUTH-AFRICA

      South African Journal of Wildlife Research
    77. KALUZ S; KALUZOVA M; FLINT APF
      SEQUENCING ANALYSIS OF PRION GENES FROM RED DEER AND CAMEL

      Gene
    78. TOPPS JH
      NUTRITIVE-VALUE OF INDIGENOUS BROWSE IN AFRICA IN RELATION TO THE NEEDS OF WILD UNGULATES

      Animal feed science and technology
    79. BLANVILLAIN C; ANCRENAZ M; DELHOMME A; GRETH A; SEMPERE A
      THE PRESENCE OF THE MALE STIMULATES PUBERTY IN CAPTIVE FEMALE ARABIANORYX (ORYX-LEUCORYX PALLAS, 1777)

      Journal of arid environments
    80. GAILLARD JM; BOUTIN JM; DELORME D; VANLAERE G; DUNCAN P; LEBRETON JD
      EARLY SURVIVAL IN ROE DEER - CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF COHORT VARIATION IN 2 CONTRASTED POPULATIONS

      Oecologia
    81. SPALINGER DE; COOPER SM; MARTIN DJ; SHIPLEY LA
      SOCIAL-LEARNING AN IMPORTANT INFLUENCE ON FORAGING BEHAVIOR IN WHITE-TAILED DEER

      The Journal of wildlife management
    82. KUCERA TE
      FECAL INDICATORS, DIET, AND POPULATION PARAMETERS IN MULE DEER

      The Journal of wildlife management
    83. GILL RMA; THOMAS ML; STOCKER D
      THE USE OF PORTABLE THERMAL IMAGING FOR ESTIMATING DEER POPULATION-DENSITY IN FOREST HABITATS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    84. HEYDON MJ; BULLOH P
      MOUSEDEER DENSITIES IN A TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST - THE IMPACT OF SELECTIVE LOGGING

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    85. WIKELSKI M; CARRILLO V; TRILLMICH F
      ENERGY LIMITS TO BODY-SIZE IN A GRAZING REPTILE, THE GALAPAGOS MARINEIGUANA

      Ecology
    86. VERLINDEN A
      HUMAN-SETTLEMENTS AND WILDLIFE DISTRIBUTION IN THE SOUTHERN KALAHARI OF BOTSWANA

      Biological Conservation
    87. MATTSON DJ
      USE OF UNGULATES BY YELLOWSTONE GRIZZLY BEARS - URSUS-ARCTOS

      Biological Conservation
    88. REIMOSER F; ODERMATT O; ROTH R; SUCHANT R
      ASSESSMENT OF BROWSING IMPACTS BY COMPARI SON OF TARGET AND STATUS

      Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung
    89. OKARMA H; JEDRZEJEWSKI W; SCHMIDT K; KOWALCZYK R; JEDRZEJEWSKA B
      PREDATION OF EURASIAN LYNX ON ROE DEER AND RED DEER IN BIALOWIEZA PRIMEVAL FOREST, POLAND

      Acta Theriologica
    90. HOBBS NT; BAKER DL; BEAR GD; BOWDEN DC
      UNGULATE GRAZING IN SAGEBRUSH GRASSLAND - MECHANISMS OF RESOURCE COMPETITION

      Ecological applications
    91. HOBBS NT; BAKER DL; BEAR GD; BOWDEN DC
      UNGULATE GRAZING IN SAGEBRUSH GRASSLAND - EFFECTS OF RESOURCE COMPETITION ON SECONDARY PRODUCTION

      Ecological applications
    92. CARBONE C; TABORSKY M
      MATE CHOICE OR HARASSMENT AVOIDANCE - A QUESTION OF FEMALE CONTROL ATTHE LEK

      Behavioral ecology
    93. KIRKPATRICK JF; CALLE PP; KALK P; LIU IKM; TURNER JW
      IMMUNOCONTRACEPTION OF CAPTIVE EXOTIC SPECIES .2. FORMOSAN SIKA-DEER (CERVUS-NIPPON-TAIOUANUS), AXIS DEER (CERVUS-AXIS), HIMALAYAN TAHR (HEMITRAGUS-JEMLAHICUS), ROOSEVELT ELK (CERVUS-ELAPHUS-ROOSEVELTI), REEVES MUNTJAC (MUNTIACUS-REEVESI), AND SAMBAR DEER (CERVUS-UNICOLOR)

      Journal of zoo and wildlife medicine
    94. MKANDA FX
      POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF FUTURE CLIMATE-CHANGE ON NYALA TRAGELAPHUS-ANGASI IN LENGWE-NATIONAL-PARK, MALAWI

      Climate research
    95. AMMER C
      IMPACT OF UNGULATES ON STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF NATURAL REGENERATIONOF MIXED MOUNTAIN FORESTS IN THE BAVARIAN ALPS

      Forest ecology and management
    96. REIMOSER F; GOSSOW H
      IMPACT OF UNGULATES ON FOREST VEGETATION AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON THE SILVICULTURAL SYSTEM

      Forest ecology and management
    97. PUTMAN RJ
      UNGULATES IN TEMPERATE FOREST ECOSYSTEMS - PERSPECTIVES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE-RESEARCH

      Forest ecology and management
    98. CASSINELLO J
      HIGH-RANKING FEMALES BIAS THEIR INVESTMENT IN FAVOR OF MALE CALVES INCAPTIVE AMMOTRAGUS-LERVIA

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    99. CUBAS ZS
      SPECIAL CHALLENGES OF MAINTAINING WILD ANIMALS IN CAPTIVITY IN SOUTH-AMERICA

      Revue scientifique et technique - Office international des epizooties
    100. HOMOLKA M
      FORAGING STRATEGY OF LARGE HERBIVORES IN FOREST HABITATS

      Folia Zoologica


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