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A Study on Differentially Expressed Genes in Reserve Mesenchyme of Male and Female Reindeer Antler Tip. Zhai, Jiancheng; Gao, Li; Xia, Yanling; Li, Heping Report Jun 30, 2017 3479
Ultraviolet vision may enhance the ability of reindeer to discriminate plants in snow. Tyler, N.J.C.; Jeffery, G.; Hogg, C.R.; Stokkan, K.-A. Brief article Jun 1, 2014 5363
Is a wind-power plant acting as a barrier for reindeer Rangifer tarandus tarandus movements? Colman, Jonathan E.; Eftestol, Sindre; Tsegaye, Diress; Flydal, Kjetil; Mysterud, Atle Report Dec 1, 2012 4399
Liver parasites and body condition in relation to environmental contaminants in caribou (rangifer tarandus) from labrador, Canada. Pollock, Beth; Penashue, Basile; McBurney, Scott; Vanleeuwen, John; Daoust, Pierre-y Ves; Burgess, N Report Mar 1, 2009 9607
Antler mass of barren-ground caribou relative to body condition and pregnancy rate. Thomas, Don; Barry, Sam Sep 1, 2005 4596
Monitoring barren-ground caribou body condition with Denesoline traditional knowledge. Lyver, P.O'B. Mar 1, 2005 7257
Calibration of hunters' impressions with female caribou body condition indices to predict probability of pregnancy. Lyver, P.O'B.; Gunn, A. Sep 1, 2004 6208
Radiocarbon dating caribou antler and bone: are they different? Nelson, D.E.; Mohl, J. Sep 1, 2003 2701
Levels of cadmium, lead, mercury and [caesium.sup.137] in caribou (Rangifer tarandus) tissues from Northern Quebec. Robillard, S.; Beauchamp, G.; Paillard, G.; Belanger, D. Mar 1, 2002 6760

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