2 edition of Reproductive behaviour in ungulates found in the catalog.
Reproductive behaviour in ungulates
A. F. Fraser
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The even-toed ungulates (Artiodactyla, from Ancient Greek ἄρτιος, ártios, meaning 'even', and δάκτυλος, dáktylos, meaning 'finger / toe') are ungulates – hoofed animals – which bear weight equally on two (an even number) of their five toes: the third and fourth. The other three toes are either present, absent, vestigial, or pointing : Mammalia. A study of following behaviour in y o u n g lambs. Appl. Anim. Ethol, 2: The following behaviour of young domestic lambs was studied by observing their responses t o a surrogate ewe moving around a circular runway. Lambs from 1 2 h to Cited by: 7.
Nievergelt, B. A comparison of rutting behaviour and grouping in the Ethiopian and Alpine ibex. In V. Geist & F. Walther (Eds.), The behaviour of ungulates and its relation to management (Vol. 1). Morges, Switzerland: IUCN Publications (No. 24), Google ScholarCited by: Animal Behavi [ pdf, KB] Sato T., Hirose M., Taborsky M. & Kimura S. (): Size-Dependent Male Alternative Reproductive Tactics in the Shell-Brooding Cichlid Fish Lamprologus callipterus in Lake Tanganyika.
Author of Farm animal behaviour and welfare, The behaviour and welfare of the horse, Animal reproduction, The behaviour of the horse, Founding horses, The native horses of Scotland, Reproductive behaviour in ungulates, The days of the garronWritten works: Farm Animal Behaviour. Some ungulates actually don’t have obvious hooves; but all do have hoof like structures which differentiate them from other types of mammals. Ungulates include a wide variety of animals, from deer, cattle and sheep, to elephants, rhinos and whales.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fraser, Andrew Ferguson. Reproductive behaviour in ungulates. London, New York, Academic P., (OCoLC) This book, which aims only at a modest review of what is known about reproductive behaviour in ungulates, in fact achieves much more.
It serves as such an excellent introduction both to comparative ethology and to ethology in the farming context that it deserves to become a standard textbook for senior and postgraduate students.
The author has an unusually wide Cited by: Reproductive Behaviour in Ungulates book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. Reproductive Behaviour in Ungulates by Andrew F. Fraser,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
This short book provides a useful summary of the literature and nils a gap in the bibliography of reproduction. It will appeal to a wide range of people involved, or interested, in the breeding of animals.
The subjects covered include the foundation of reproductive behaviour, seasonal and climatic breeding, patterns, oestrus, male reproductive drive and mating, impotence, parturition Cited by: Reproductive Behaviour in Ungulates by Fraser, A.
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You will learn about their anatomy, habitat, behaviour, physiology, diet and reproduction, amongst other characteristics. The book also covers the relationships between various ungulates and humans. The authors have written this book as a useful reference for those wanting to specialise in their animal studies and as a useful starting point for.
Reproductive behaviour in vertebrates Fishes. The reproductive behaviour of fishes is remarkably diversified: they may be oviparous (lay eggs), ovoviparous (retain the eggs in the body until they hatch), or viviparous (have a direct tissue connection with the developing embryos and give birth to live young).
All cartilaginous fishes—the elasmobranches (e.g., sharks, rays, and skates. the behaviour of ungulates and its relation to management The papers of an International Symposium held at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada November Edited by & F.
Walther and published with the financial assistance of Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural File Size: 6MB. Henry David, a longtime advocate for reproductive rights, spent more than 40 years promoting women's rights and researching reproductive behavior.
His studies looked at trends in family planning and abortion, most notably in Czechoslovakia where he studied the psychological impact on women who had been denied access to abortion.
This book captures an enjoyable compilation of factual information about the biological characteristics and significance to humans that various types of Ungulates possess. OVERVIEW OF UNGULATES Introduction Digestion Behaviour The Ungulate Brain and Behaviour Grandorder: Ungulata Reproductive Behaviour Diet and Feeding CHAPTER 4.
Wild ungulates (cervids and non-domestic bovids) are an extraordinarily diverse group of mammals with remarkable diversity in reproductive biology (anatomy, behaviour, physiology and.
Dog behavior is the internally coordinated responses of individuals or groups of domestic dogs to internal and external stimuli. It has been shaped by millennia of contact with humans and their lifestyles.
As a result of this physical and social evolution, dogs, more than any other species, have acquired the ability to understand and communicate with humans, and they are uniquely. Ungulates (pronounced / ˈ ʌ ŋ ɡ j ə l eɪ t s / UNG-gyə-layts) are any members of a diverse polyphyletic group of primarily large mammals with include odd-toed ungulates such as horses and rhinoceroses, and even-toed ungulates such as cattle, pigs, giraffes, camels, deer, and hippopotamuses, as well as sub-ungulates such as terrestrial Clade: Ferungulata.
The Behaviour of Ungulates and Its Relation to Management: The Papers of an International Symposium Held at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, NovemberInternational Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.
Wild ungulates (cervids and non-domestic bovids) are an extraordinarily diverse group of mammals with remarkable diversity in reproductive biology (anatomy, behaviour, physiology and seasonality). This indicates a clear need, and indeed a big challenge, for acquiring such basic reproductive knowledge in severely threatened ungulates before Cited by: 3.
Background. The pampas deer, Ozotoceros bezoarticus (Linnaeus, ), used to be a widespread species originally distributed in the open grasslands (pampas and savannas) in eastern South America, from 5° to 41° S .In the s naturalists and voyagers reported great abundance of this species .It was the most widespread cervid in Uruguay .Cited by: Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.
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Several components comprise reproductive behavior, including courtship ri.The Center for Species Survival’s (CSS) ungulate conservation program is working to increase the fundamental understanding of the reproductive biology of selected, priority ungulates to establish self-sustaining populations both in zoos and in the wild.