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The Effect of Protozoa on the Bacterial Composition and Hydrolytic Activity of the Roe Deer Rumen. Miltko, Renata; Kowalik, Barbara; Majewska, Malgorzata P.; Kedzierska, Aneta; McEwan, Neil R.; Belze Report Mar 1, 2020 4888
A Novel Method for Increasing the Numerousness of Biometrical Parameters Useful for Wildlife Management: Roe Deer Mandible as Bone Model. De Felice, Elena; Pacioni, Cesare; Tardella, Federico Maria; Dall'Aglio, Cecilia; Palladino, Antonio Report Mar 1, 2020 3521
Uncovering the Physiological Mechanisms Underlying the Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus) Testicular Cycle: Analyses of Gelatinases and VEGF Patterns and Correlation with Testes Weight and Testosterone. Elmi, Alberto; Zannoni, Augusta; Govoni, Nadia; Bertocchi, Martina; Forni, Monica; Ventrella, Domeni Report Mar 1, 2020 6446
Tick-borne encephalitis virus in ticks and roe deer, the Netherlands. Jahfari, Setareh; de Vries, Ankje; Rijks, Jolianne M.; Van Gucht, Steven; Vennema, Harry; Sprong, He Jun 1, 2017 1474
No evidence for a 'warning effect' of blue light in roe deer. Brieger, Falko; Kammerle, Jim-Lino; Martschuk, Nadja; Ortmann, Sylvia; Hagen, Robert Report Jan 1, 2017 3482
Interrelationships between reproductive cycle, age, body weight and steroid hormones in roe deer females (Capreolus capreolus). Sirotkin, Alexander V.; Oravcova, Marta; Slamecka, Jaroslav; Harrath, Abdel Halim; Rajsky, Matus Report Feb 1, 2016 3700
Arterial Supply of the Cranial Cervical Ganglion in Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus). Kabak, M.; Onuk, B.; Atalar, K. Report Apr 30, 2015 2768
Anatomy of the Temporomandibular Joint and Masticatory Muscles in Roe Deer Capreolus capreolus. Serife, Murat Kabak; Demirci, Beste; Onuk, Burcu Report Oct 31, 2014 3784

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