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    1. Uni, S; Bain, O; Takaoka, H; Miyashita, M; Suzuki, Y
      Onchocerca dewittei japonica n. subsp, a common parasite from wild boar inKyushu Island, Japan

      PARASITE-JOURNAL DE LA SOCIETE FRANCAISE DE PARASITOLOGIE
    2. Ramisz, A; Szymborski, J; Balicka-Ramisz, A
      Epidemiological studies on Trichinellosis among swine, wild boars and humans in Poland

      PARASITE-JOURNAL DE LA SOCIETE FRANCAISE DE PARASITOLOGIE
    3. Sukura, A; Nareaho, A; Veijalainen, P; Oivanen, L
      Trichinellosis in farmed wild boar: Meat inspection findings and seroprevalence

      PARASITE-JOURNAL DE LA SOCIETE FRANCAISE DE PARASITOLOGIE
    4. Meriggi, A; Sacchi, O
      Habitat requirements of wild boars in the northern Apennines (N Italy): a multi-level approach

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    5. Hayes, B; Goddard, ME
      The distribution of the effects of genes affecting quantitative traits in livestock

      GENETICS SELECTION EVOLUTION
    6. Malek, M; Dekkers, JCM; Lee, HK; Baas, TJ; Rothschild, MF
      A molecular genome scan analysis to identify chromosomal regions influencing economic traits in the pig. I. Growth and body composition

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    7. Malek, M; Dekkers, JCM; Lee, HK; Baas, TJ; Prusa, K; Huff-Lonergan, E; Rothschild, MF
      A molecular genome scan analysis to identify chromosomal regions influencing economic traits in the pig. II. Meat and muscle composition

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    8. Tast, A; Halli, O; Ahlstrom, S; Andersson, H; Love, RJ; Peltoniemi, OAT
      Seasonal alterations in circadian melatonin rhythms of the European wild boar and domestic gilt

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    9. Kaden, V; Lange, B
      Oral immunisation against classical swine fever (CSF): onset and duration of immunity

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Hergarten, G; Hurter, KP; Hess, RG
      Diagnosis of classical swine fever infection in wild boar: a comparison ofdifferent laboratory methods.

      DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    11. Ickes, K; Dewalt, SJ; Appanah, S
      Effects of native pigs (Sus scrofa) on woody understorey vegetation in a Malaysian lowland rain forest

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    12. Focardi, S; De Marinis, AM; Rizzotto, M; Pucci, A
      Comparative evaluation of thermal infrared imaging and spotlighting to survey wildlife

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    13. de-la-Muela, N; Hernandez-de-Lujan, S; Ferre, I
      Helminths of wild boar in Spain

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
    14. Kaden, V; Teifke, JP; Polster, U
      Progressive atrophic rhinitis - a rare disease in wild boar

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR JAGDWISSENSCHAFT
    15. Houszka, M
      Metastrongylosis as an agent in the population decrease of wild boars

      MEDYCYNA WETERYNARYJNA
    16. Wisniewski, J
      The incidence of Salmonella spp. in wild boars in Poland

      MEDYCYNA WETERYNARYJNA
    17. de Koning, DJ; Harlizius, B; Rattink, AP; Groenen, MAM; Brascamp, EW; van Arendonk, JAM
      Detection and characterization of quantitative trait loci for meat qualitytraits in pigs

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    18. Kaden, V; Schurig, U; Steyer, H
      Oral immunization of pigs against classical swine fever. Course of the disease and virus transmission after simultaneous vaccination and infection

      ACTA VIROLOGICA
    19. Kedra, AH; Tkach, VV; Swiderski, Z; Pawlowski, Z; Emets, A; Pawlowski, J
      Molecular characterisation of Echinococcus granulosus from a wild boar

      ACTA PARASITOLOGICA
    20. Kopecny, M; Stratil, A; Cepica, S; Moser, G
      Polymorphism in the porcine NGFB gene detected by DGGE and its linkage mapping

      CZECH JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    21. Lang, S; Pesson, B; Klein, F; Schreiber, A
      Wildlife genetics and disease: allozyme evolution in the wild boar (Sus scrofa) caused by a swine fever epidemy

      GENETICS SELECTION EVOLUTION
    22. Welander, J
      Spatial and temporal dynamics of wild boar (Sus scrofa) rooting in a mosaic landscape

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    23. Rattink, AP; De Koning, DJ; Faivre, M; Harlizius, B; van Arendonk, JAM; Groenen, MAM
      Fine mapping and imprinting analysis for fatness trait QTLs in pigs

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    24. Ovilo, C; Perez-Enciso, M; Barragan, C; Clop, A; Rodriguez, C; Oliver, MA; Toro, MA; Noguera, JL
      A QTL for intramuscular fat and backfat thickness is located on porcine Chromosome 6

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    25. Kim, KS; Larsen, N; Short, T; Plastow, G; Rothschild, MF
      A missense variant of the porcine melanocortin-4 receptor (MC4R) gene is associated with fatness, growth, and feed intake traits

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    26. Oivanen, L; Mikkonen, T; Sukura, A
      An outbreak of trichinellosis in farmed wild boar in Finland

      APMIS
    27. Fritzemeier, J; Teuffert, J; Greiser-Wilke, I; Staubach, C; Schluter, H; Moennig, V
      Epidemiology of classical swine fever in Germany in the 1990s

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Albina, E; Mesplede, A; Chenut, G; Le Potier, MF; Bourbao, G; Le Gal, S; Leforban, Y
      A serological survey on classical swine fever (CSF), Aujeszky's disease (AD) and porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus infections in French wild boars from 1991 to 1998

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    29. Bartak, P; Greiser-Wilke, I
      Genetic typing of classical swine fever virus isolates from the territory of the Czech Republic

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    30. Moennig, V
      Introduction to classical swine fever: virus, disease and control policy

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    31. Laddomada, A
      Incidence and control of CSF in wild boar in Europe

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Kaden, V; Lange, E; Fischer, U; Strebelow, G
      Oral immunisation of wild boar against classical swine fever: evaluation of the first field study in Germany

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Depner, KR; Muller, T; Lange, E; Staubach, C; Teuffert, J
      Transient classical swine fever virus infection in wild boar piglets partially protected by maternal antibodies

      DEUTSCHE TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    34. Polley, L; Gaschler, C; Gajadhar, A
      National occurrence reporting of Trichinella and trichinellosis using a computerized database

      VETERINARY PARASITOLOGY
    35. Edfors-Lilja, I; Wattrang, E; Andersson, L; Fossum, C
      Mapping quantitative trait loci for stress induced alterations in porcine leukocyte numbers and functions

      ANIMAL GENETICS
    36. Elbers, ARW; Dekkers, LJM; van der Giessen, JWB
      Sera-surveillance of wild boar in the Netherlands, 1996-1999

      REVUE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE DE L OFFICE INTERNATIONAL DES EPIZOOTIES
    37. Tast, A; Halli, O; Peltoniemi, OAT
      A practical method for non-surgically inserting intra-arterial catheters in european wild boars (Sus scrofa)

      VETERINARY RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    38. Elbers, ARW; Braamskamp, J; Dekkers, LJM; Voets, R; Duinhof, T; Hunneman, WA; Stegeman, JA
      Aujeszky's disease virus eradication campaign successfully heading for last stage in the Netherlands

      VETERINARY QUARTERLY
    39. Perez-Martin, JE; Serrano, FJ; Reina, D; Mora, JA; Navarrete, I
      Sylvatic trichinellosis in southwestern Spain

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
    40. Krawczyk, M
      Serological studies on leptospirosis in wild boar

      MEDYCYNA WETERYNARYJNA
    41. Balicka-Ramisz, A; Ramisz, A; Pilarczyk, B; Cisek, A
      Protozoa from Eimeria genus in wild animals in Poland

      MEDYCYNA WETERYNARYJNA
    42. Murrell, KD; Pozio, E
      Trichinellosis: the zoonosis that won't go quietly

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    43. Walling, GA; Visscher, PM; Andersson, L; Rothschild, MF; Wang, LZ; Moser, G; Groenen, MAM; Bidanel, JP; Cepica, S; Archibald, AL; Geldermann, H; de Koning, DJ; Milan, D; Haley, CS
      Combined analyses of data from quantitative trait loci mapping studies: Chromosome 4 effects on porcine growth and fatness

      GENETICS
    44. Kaden, V; Ziegler, U; Lange, E; Dedek, J
      Classical swine fever virus: clinical, virological, serological and hematological findings after infection of domestic pigs and wild boars with the field isolate "Spante" originating from wild boar

      BERLINER UND MUNCHENER TIERARZTLICHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    45. Kierdorf, H; Kierdorf, U; Richards, A; Sedlacek, F
      Disturbed enamel formation in wild boars (Sus scrofa L.) from fluoride polluted areas in central Europe

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    46. Gromadzka-Ostrowska, J; Barcikowski, B; Zalewska, B
      Seasonal and age-related variations of plasma concentrations of androgens and prolactin in crossbred (3/4 wild, 1/4 domestic) boars

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL AND FEED SCIENCES
    47. Dexter, N
      The influence of pasture distribution, temperature and sex on home-range size of feral pigs in a semi-arid environment

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    48. Debussche, M; Lepart, J; Dervieux, A
      Mediterranean landscape changes: evidence from old postcards

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    49. Gabor, TM; Hellgren, EC; Van den Bussche, RA; Silvy, NJ
      Demography, sociospatial behaviour and genetics of feral pigs (Sus scrofa)in a semi-arid environment

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    50. Elo, KT; Vilkki, J; de Koning, DJ; Velmala, RJ; Maki-Tanila, AV
      A quantitative trait locus for live weight maps to bovine Chromosome 23

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    51. Manlius, N; Gautier, A
      The wild boar in Egypt

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    52. Euzeby, J
      General features of the epidemiology of trichinellosis. The place of man in the epidemiological cycles.

      MEDECINE ET MALADIES INFECTIEUSES
    53. Chenut, G; Saintilan, AF; Burger, C; Rosenthal, F; Cruciere, C; Picard, M; Bruyere, V; Albina, E
      Oral immunisation of swine with a classical swine fever vaccine (Chinese strain) and transmission studies in rabbits and sheep

      VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY
    54. Saunders, G; McLeod, S
      Predicting home range size from the body mass or population densities of feral pigs, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla : Suidae)

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    55. Genov, PV
      A review of the cranial characteristics of the Wild Boar (Sus scrofa Linnaeus 1758), with systematic conclusions

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    56. Gustafsson, M; Jensen, P; de Jonge, FH; Schuurman, T
      Domestication effects on foraging strategies in pigs (Sus scrofa)

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    57. Spitz, F; Lek, S
      Environmental impact prediction using neural network modelling. An examplein wildlife damage

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    58. de Koning, DJ; Janss, LLG; Rattink, AP; van Oers, PAM; de Vries, BJ; Groenen, MAM; van der Poel, JJ; de Groot, PN; Brascamp, EW; van Arendonk, JAM
      Detection of quantitative trait loci for backfat thickness and intramuscular fat content in pigs (Sus scrofa)

      GENETICS
    59. Huang, YF; Shi, XW; Zhang, YP
      Mitochondrial genetic variation in Chinese pigs and wild boars

      BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS
    60. SZAMOS J; JANOSI A; TAMAS B; KISS E
      A NOVEL PARTITIONING METHOD AS A POSSIBLE TOOL FOR INVESTIGATING MEAT- I

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR LEBENSMITTEL-UNTERSUCHUNG UND-FORSCHUNG A-FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    61. Dexter, N
      The influence of pasture distribution and temperature on habitat selectionby feral pigs in a semi-arid environment

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    62. PEREZ T; ALBORNOZ J; DOMINGUEZ A
      AN EVALUATION OF RAPD FRAGMENT REPRODUCIBILITY AND NATURE

      Molecular ecology
    63. WEILER U; CLAUS R; SCHNOEBELENCOMBES S; LOUVEAU I
      INFLUENCE OF AGE AND GENOTYPE ON ENDOCRINE PARAMETERS AND GROWTH-PERFORMANCE - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY IN WILD BOARS, MEISHAN AND LARGE WHITE BOARS

      Livestock production science
    64. MULLER T; TEUFFERT J; ZIEDLER K; POSSARDT C; KRAMER M; STAUBACH C; CONRATHS FJ
      PSEUDORABIES IN THE EUROPEAN WILD BOAR FROM EASTERN GERMANY

      Journal of wildlife diseases
    65. MASSEI G; BACON P; GENOV PV
      FALLOW DEER AND WILD BOAR PELLET GROUP DISAPPEARANCE IN A MEDITERRANEAN AREA

      The Journal of wildlife management
    66. SPITZ F; VALET G; BRISBIN IL
      VARIATION IN BODY-MASS OF WILD BOARS FROM SOUTHERN FRANCE

      Journal of mammalogy
    67. Taylor, RB; Hellgren, EC; Gabor, TM; Ilse, LM
      Reproduction of feral pigs in southern Texas

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    68. PARKS JD; WHITEHEAD MC
      SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY OF DENERVATED TASTE-BUDS IN HAMSTER - MORPHOLOGY OF FUNGIFORM TASTE PORES

      The Anatomical record
    69. NYENHUIS H
      STAGNANT ROE DEER POPULATION AS A CONSEQU ENCE OF WILD BOAR AND RED FOX IMPACT

      Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung
    70. CALEY P
      MOVEMENTS, ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND HABITAT USE OF FERAL PIGS (SUS SCROFA) IN A TROPICAL HABITAT

      Wildlife research
    71. RUSSO L; MASSEI G; GENOV PV
      DAILY HOME-RANGE AND ACTIVITY OF WILD BOAR IN A MEDITERRANEAN AREA FREE FROM HUNTING

      Ethology Ecology & Evolution
    72. KANAI Y; HAYASHIDANI H; KANEKO K; OGAWA M; TAKAHASHI T; NAKAMURA M
      OCCURRENCE OF ZOONOTIC BACTERIA IN RETAIL GAME MEAT IN JAPAN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ERYSIPELOTHRIX

      Journal of food protection
    73. VILCEK S; STADEJEK T; TAKACSOVA I; STROJNY L; MOJZIS M
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF CLASSICAL SWINE FEVER VIRUS ISOLATES FROM A SMALLGEOGRAPHIC AREA

      DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift
    74. FLETCHER TJ
      EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES ON THE PUBLIC-HEALTH RISKS POSED BY FARMED GAMEMAMMALS

      Revue scientifique et technique - Office international des epizooties
    75. GIBBS EPJ
      THE PUBLIC-HEALTH RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH WILD AND FERAL SWINE

      Revue scientifique et technique - Office international des epizooties
    76. TAKACS A
      CONTRIBUTION TO THE HELMINTH INFESTATION IN WILD BOAR (SUS SCROFA L.)IN HUNGARY

      Wiener Tierarztliche Monatschrift
    77. HOWELLS O; EDWARDSJONES G
      A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF REINTRODUCING WILD BOAR SUS SCROFA TO SCOTLAND- ARE EXISTING WOODLANDS LARGE ENOUGH TO SUPPORT MINIMUM VIABLE POPULATIONS

      Biological Conservation
    78. JEDRZEJEWSKA B; JEDRZEJEWSKI W; BUNEVICH AN; MILKOWSKI L; KRASINSKI ZA
      FACTORS SHAPING POPULATION-DENSITIES AND INCREASE RATES OF UNGULATES IN BIALOWIEZA PRIMEVAL FOREST (POLAND AND BYELARUS) IN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES

      Acta Theriologica
    79. REA S; CHIKUNI K; AVELLINI P
      POSSIBILITY OF USING SINGLE-STRAND CONFORMATION POLYMORPHISM (SSCP) ANALYSIS FOR DISCRIMINATING EUROPEAN PIG AND WILD BOAR MEAT SAMPLES

      Italian journal of food sciences
    80. SAUNDERS G; KAY B
      MOVEMENTS AND HOME RANGES OF FERAL PIGS (SUS SCROFA) IN KOSCIUSKO NATIONAL-PARK, NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Wildlife research
    81. FOCARDI S; TOSO S; PECCHIOLI E
      THE POPULATION MODELING OF FALLOW DEER AND WILD BOAR IN A MEDITERRANEAN ECOSYSTEM

      Forest ecology and management
    82. LANCIA RA; BISHIR JW; CONNER MC; ROSENBERRY CS
      USE OF CATCH-EFFORT TO ESTIMATE POPULATION-SIZE

      Wildlife Society bulletin
    83. ZOMBORSZKY Z; SZENTMIHALYI G; SARUDI I; HORN P; SZABO C
      NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF MUSCLES IN DEER AND BOAR

      Journal of food science
    84. WEILER U; CLAUS R; DEHNHARD M; HOFACKER S
      INFLUENCE OF THE PHOTOPERIOD AND A LIGHT REVERSE PROGRAM ON METABOLICALLY ACTIVE HORMONES AND FOOD-INTAKE IN DOMESTIC PIGS COMPARED WITH A WILD BOAR

      Canadian journal of animal science
    85. JURICOVA Z; HALOZKA J; FOREJTEK P; HUBALEK Z
      DETECTION OF ANTIBODIES TO BORRELIA-BURGDORFERI IN HARES, WILD BOARS AND PHEASANTS IN THE CZECH-REPUBLIC

      BIOLOGIA
    86. OKUMURA N; ISHIGURO N; NAKANO M; HIRAI K; MATSUI A; SAHARA M
      GEOGRAPHIC POPULATION-STRUCTURE AND SEQUENCE DIVERGENCE IN THE MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA CONTROL REGION OF THE JAPANESE WILD BOAR (SUS SCROFA LEUCOMYSTAX), WITH REFERENCE TO THOSE OF DOMESTIC PIGS

      Biochemical genetics
    87. BERNARD E; OZOUF N; TOUSSAINTGARI M; MARTY P; POZIO E; LEFICHOUX Y; DELLAMONICA P
      2 NEW OUTBREAKS OF TRICHINOSIS

      Medecine et maladies infectieuses
    88. CHEN H; LEIBENGUTH F
      RESTRICTION PATTERNS OF MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA IN EUROPEAN WILD BOAR AND GERMAN LANDRACE

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    89. GEERTS S; DEBORCHGRAVE J; VERVOORT T; KUMAR V; DEDEKEN R; BRANDT JRA; GOUFFAUX M; GRIEZ M; VANKNAPEN F
      SURVEY ON TRICHINOSIS IN SLAUGHTERPIGS, WILD BOARS AND FOXES IN BELGIUM

      Vlaams dierengeneeskundig tijdschrift
    90. WALZER C
      IMMOBILIZATION OF WILD BOARS WITH TILETAM INE-ZOLAZEPAM

      Wiener Tierarztliche Monatschrift
    91. WOLKERS J; WENSING T; SCHONEWILLE JT; VANTKLOOSTER AT
      UNDERNUTRITION IN RELATION TO CHANGED TISSUE COMPOSITION IN WILD BOAR(SUS SCROFA)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    92. VITIC J; TOSIC L; STEVANOVIC J
      COMPARATIVE-STUDIES OF THE SERUM-LIPOPROTEINS AND LIPIDS IN DOMESTIC SWINE AND WILD BOAR

      Acta veterinaria
    93. CHAMORRO CA; FERNANDEZ JG; DEPAZ P; PELAEZ B; ANEL L
      SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY OF THE WILD BOAR AND PIG LINGUAL PAPILLAE

      Histology and histopathology
    94. WOLKERS H; WENSING T; BRUINDERINK GWTAG
      HEAVY-METAL CONTAMINATION IN ORGANS OF RED DEER (CERVUS-ELAPHUS) AND WILD BOAR (SUS-SCROFA) AND THE EFFECT ON SOME TRACE-ELEMENTS

      Science of the total environment
    95. FALANDYSZ J
      SOME TOXIC AND TRACE-METALS IN BIG GAME HUNTED IN THE NORTHERN PART OF POLAND IN 1987-1991

      Science of the total environment
    96. GRACIK P; BULLOVA M; MAJERCIAK P
      PERFORMANCE, BEHAVIOR AND STRESS SENSITIV ITY WITH 25-PERCENT BLOOD SHARE OF WILD BOAR

      Zivocisna vyroba
    97. JAKOB HP; ECKERT J; JEMMI T; GOTTSTEIN B
      INVESTIGATIONS ON TRICHINOSIS IN SLAUGHTE R ANIMALS AND GAME IN SWITZERLAND WITH A DIGESTION METHOD AND A SEROLOGICAL APPROACH (E S-ELISA)/

      Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde
    98. CHAMORRO CA; DEPAZ P; FERNANDEZ JG; ANEL L
      FUNGIFORM PAPILLAE OF THE PIG AND THE WILD BOAR ANALYZED BY SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Scanning microscopy
    99. HUBALEK Z; JURICOVA Z; SVOBODOVA S; HALOUZKA J
      A SEROLOGIC SURVEY FOR SOME BACTERIAL AND VIRAL ZOONOSES IN GAME ANIMALS IN THE CZECH-REPUBLIC

      Journal of wildlife diseases


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