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1. Agriculture, forestry and fisheries management.

This chapter consists of questions about ecological aspects of agriculture, forestry and fisheries management, including game ranching and whaling. The questions are arranged by topic and divided into three levels: foundation, intermediate and advanced.

Author(s) : Rees, P. A.

Book chapter : Key questions in applied ecology and conservation: a study and revision guide 2021 pp.73-89 ref.11

2. Identification of hepatitis E virus in wild sika deer in Japan.

Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is a zoonotic agent mainly transmitted through the consumption of uncooked or undercooked meat products derived from infected animals. In Japan, domestic pigs and wild boars are the major animal reservoirs, and whether or not deer are an HEV reservoir remains controversial....

Author(s) : Takahashi, M.; Nishizono, A.; Kawakami, M.; Fukui, E.; Isogai, E.; Matsuoka, H.; Yamamoto, S.; Mizuo, H.; Nagashima, S.; Murata, K.; Okamoto, H.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Virus Research 2022 Vol.308 ref.51

3. Comparison of chronic wasting disease detection methods and procedures: implications for free-ranging white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) surveillance and management.

Throughout North America, chronic wasting disease (CWD) has emerged as perhaps the greatest threat to wild cervid populations, including white-tailed deer (WTD; Odocoileus virginianus). White-tailed deer are the most sought-after big game species across North America with populations of various...

Author(s) : Schwabenlander, M. D.; Rowden, G. R.; Li, M.; Lasharr, K.; Hildebrand, E. C.; Stone, S.; Seelig, D. M.; Jennelle, C. S.; Cornicelli, L.; Wolf, T. M.; Carstensen, M.; Larsen, P. A.

Publisher : Wildlife Disease Association, Lawrence, USA

Journal article : Journal of Wildlife Diseases 2022 Vol.58 No.1 pp.50-62 ref.35

4. Physiological effects of azaperone and midazolam on netgun-captured mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus).

Netgun capture is a commonly used capture method for mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) in North America. Mortalities during netgun captures are generally low, and most often caused by direct trauma and occasionally fatal capture myopathy. Capture is a stressful event for a wild animal, and...

Author(s) : Roug, A.; Larsen, R.; Walden, X.; Hersey, K.; McMillan, B.; Caulkett, N.

Publisher : Wildlife Disease Association, Lawrence, USA

Journal article : Journal of Wildlife Diseases 2022 Vol.58 No.1 pp.168-182 ref.45

5. Investigation into causes of antler deformities in mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) bucks in southern Utah, USA.

We investigated causes of antler deformities in mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) bucks from the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah, US. A total of 10 hunter-harvested and nine live-captured bucks with antler deformities and six hunter-harvested and 43 live-captured bucks with normal antlers were...

Author(s) : Roug, A.; Shannon, J.; Hersey, K.; Heaton, W.; Wettere, A. van

Publisher : Wildlife Disease Association, Lawrence, USA

Journal article : Journal of Wildlife Diseases 2022 Vol.58 No.1 pp.222-227 ref.20

6. Small ruminant production systems in Mexico and their effect on productive sustainability.

In the small ruminant sector, there is a great interest in measuring and improving their production systems and their environmental performance, since its great adaptability and inhabits a wide variety of ecosystems, with a great biodiversity of food resources, grazing in turn, generates economic...

Foreign Title :Sistemas de producción de pequeños rumiantes en México y su efecto en la sostenibilidad productiva.

Author(s) : Chávez-Espinoza, M.; Cantú-Silva, I.; González-Rodríguez, H.; Montañez-Valdez, O. D.

Publisher : University of Cordoba, Monteria, Colombia

Journal article : Revista MVZ Cordoba 2022 Vol.27 No.1 ref.58

7. The composition of the lipid, protein and mineral fractions of quail breast meat obtained from wild and farmed specimens of common quail (Coturnix coturnix) and farmed Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica domestica).

The present study was intended to answer 2 scientific hypotheses: (1) the quail species has a significant influence in quail breast meat composition; (2) the wild quail's meat presents healthier composition than their farmed counterparts. An analysis of the pectoral muscles of wild and captive...

Author(s) : Quaresma, M. A. G.; Antunes, I. C.; Ferreira, B. G.; Parada, A.; Elias, A.; Barros, M.; Santos, C.; Partidário, A.; Mourato, M.; Roseiro, L. C.

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Poultry Science 2022 Vol.101 No.1 ref.51

8. Use of DNA barcoding combined with PCR-SFLP to authenticate species in bison meat products.

American bison (Bison bison) meat is susceptible to species mislabeling due to its high value and similar appearance to meat from domestic cattle (Bos taurus). DNA barcoding is commonly used to identify animal species. However, as a result of the historical hybridization of American bison and...

Author(s) : Scales, Z. M.; Narbay, E.; Hellberg, R. S.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Foods 2021 Vol.10 No.2 ref.29

9. Explaining support for mandatory versus voluntary conservation actions among waterfowlers.

Personal conservation behavior and compliance with natural resource regulations are important to wildlife conservation. We examined how waterfowl-hunting involvement, motivations, satisfaction, and experience, along with institutional trust and demographics, correlated with support for waterfowl...

Author(s) : Schroeder, S.; Cornicelli, L.; Fulton, D. C.; Landon, A. C.; McInenly, L.; Cordts, S. D.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Human Dimensions of Wildlife 2021 Vol.26 No.4 pp.337-355 ref.49

10. Bioavailability of heavy metals (Pb and Cd) in wild roe deer meat.

Intense concern in recent years for quantitative and toxicological identification and evaluation, especially for heavy metals from animal origin products represent a side that needs to be studied continuously, especially for game meat, nutritional toxicity of those mineral elements (mainly Pb and...

Author(s) : Ciobanu, M. M.; Boişteanu, P. C.; Munteanu, M.; Târziu, D.; Rațu, R. N.; Postolache, A. N.

Publisher : University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

Journal article : Scientific Papers, Series D. Animal Science 2021 Vol.64 No.2 pp.227-232 ref.34

11. The dynamics of wild boar herds in the context of the appearance of a disturbing ecofactor.

Environmental factors define an ecological potential that ensures a certain biological productivity of the hunting management fund. A first step in establishing the ecological potential of game management funds is to direct efforts to qualitatively and quantitatively assess all factors that...

Author(s) : Posan, P.; Sovarel, E.; Maftei, M.; Suler, A.

Publisher : University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

Journal article : Scientific Papers, Series D. Animal Science 2021 Vol.64 No.2 pp.492-497 ref.4

12. Novel genome reveals susceptibility of popular gamebird, the red-legged partridge (Alectoris rufa, Phasianidae), to climate change.

We produced a high-quality de novo genome assembly of the red-legged partridge A. rufa, the first reference genome of its genus, by utilising novel 10× Chromium technology. The estimated genome size was 1.19 Gb with an overall genome heterozygosity of 0.0022; no runs of homozygosity were observed....

Author(s) : Balaji Chattopadhyay; Forcina, G.; Garg, K. M.; Irestedt, M.; Guerrini, M.; Barbanera, F.; Rheindt, F. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Science, San Diego, USA

Journal article : Genomics (San Diego) 2021 Vol.113 No.5 pp.3430-3438 ref.137

13. Sensory characteristics of male impala (Aepyceros melampus) meat, produced under varying production systems and nutrition.

The objective of this study was to determine the influence of three production systems (intensive, semi-extensive and extensive) with differing nutrition on the descriptive sensory and fatty acid profiles of sub-adult (±15-18 months old) male impala longissimus thoracis et lumborum (LTL) muscles....

Author(s) : Needham, T.; Engels, R. A.; Hoffman, L. C.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Foods 2021 Vol.10 No.3 ref.46

14. Challenges and opportunities for the veterinary pathologist in biomedical research.

Animal models have critical roles in biomedical research in promoting understanding of human disease and facilitating development of new therapies and diagnostic techniques to improve human and animal health. In the study of myriad human conditions, each model requires in-depth characterization of...

Author(s) : Hoenerhoff, M. J.; Meyerholz, D. K.; Brayton, C.; Beck, A. P.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Veterinary Pathology 2021 Vol.58 No.2 pp.258-265 ref.many

15. Pheasant ataxia in England.

Author(s) : Schock, A.; Alves, R.; Johnson, N.; Welchman, D.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Correspondence : Veterinary Record 2021 Vol.188 No.11 pp.436-437

16. Polymorphism of FSHß and LHß genes in musk deer and its association with musk yield.

Objective: no accelerate the breeding of high yield musk deer population, the present paper analyzed the correlate between the polymorphism sites of FSHβ gene and LHβ gene and musk production performance to find out the marker sites of forest musk deer musk production performance from the genetic...

Author(s) : Du XinYing; Wang Jia; Wang JianMing; Zhou Lei; Zheng ChengLi

Publisher : Editorial Department of Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Chengdu, China

Journal article : Southwest China Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2021 Vol.34 No.2 pp.430-439 ref.13

17. Climate and management effects on tick-game animal dynamics.

This expert opinion discusses the mechanisms by which climate and management could alter tick and game host (animal) densities and contact rates, as well as considering the likely relative importance of climate change and game (animal) management in affecting the distribution of ticks in Europe.

Author(s) : Hoodless, A.; Sage, R.

Book chapter : Climate, ticks and disease 2021 pp.132-138 ref.36

18. Institutional trust, beliefs, and evaluation of regulations, and management of chronic wasting disease (CWD).

Institutional trust and perceptions of regulatory efficacy can affect support for management. This study examined how institutional trust, specific trust related to information/management, and support for/perceived efficacy of current regulations related to deer hunters' attitudes about chronic...

Author(s) : Schroeder, S. A.; Landon, A. C.; Cornicelli, L.; Fulton, D. C.; McInenly, L.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Human Dimensions of Wildlife 2021 Vol.26 No.3 pp.228-244 ref.38

19. Bison muscle discrimination and color stability prediction using near-infrared hyperspectral imaging.

A novel photonics-based multivariate pattern recognition technique is presented to segregate bison meat samples based on muscle type, ageing, and retail display period. The technique uses color attributes obtained from visible to near-infrared hyperspectral images (400-1000 nm) to predict the...

Author(s) : Chaudhry, M. M. A.; Hasan, M. M.; Erkinbaev, C.; Paliwal, J.; Suman, S.; Rodas-Gonzalez, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Biosystems Engineering 2021 Vol.209 pp.1-13 ref.45

20. Wild mammals in the economy of Wrocław (Poland) as an example of a medieval and modern era city in the light of interdisciplinary research.

The purpose of this article was to determine the role of wild animals in the economy of a historical city on the basis of archaeological and cultural layers of medieval and early modern Wrocław from the 11th to the 17th century. Archaeozoological analyses were applied, mainly encompassing the...

Author(s) : Pietruszka, M.; Piekalski, J.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2021 Vol.11 No.9 ref.59

21. Dogs in the Wroclaw stronghold, 2nd half of the 10th-1st half of the 13th century (lower silesia, Poland)-an zooarchaeological overview.

This article pertains to the issue of early medieval dogs (10th-mid-13th century) from the territory of Poland and Central Europe. The study is based on dog remains from the Wroclaw Cathedral Island (Ostrów Tumski), one of the most important administrative centres of early medieval Poland, the...

Author(s) : Pankiewicz, A.; Jaworski, K.; Chrószcz, A.; Poradowski, D.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2021 Vol.11 No.2 ref.74

22. No need to beat around the bushmeat - the role of wildlife trade and conservation initiatives in the emergence of zoonotic diseases.

Wildlife species constitute a vast and uncharted reservoir of zoonotic pathogens that can pose a severe threat to global human health. Zoonoses have become increasingly impactful over the past decades, and the expanding trade in wildlife is unarguably among the most significant risk factors for...

Author(s) : Hilderink, M. H.; Winter, I. I. de

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Heliyon 2021 Vol.7 No.7 ref.153

23. A new direction in livestock in Stavropol.

The materials on the study of the acclimatization properties of European deer imported to the territory of the Stavropol Territory are presented. Based on the study of the adaptive characteristics of European deer, including constitutional and exterior characteristics, the natural relationships...

Author(s) : Kovaleva, G. P.; Gadzhiev, Z. K.; Shumaenko, S. N.; Kononova, L. V.

Publisher : Saratovskiy gosudarstvennyy agrarnyy universitet im. N.I. Vavilova, Saratov, Russia

Journal article : Agrarnyy nauchnyy zhurnal 2021 No.11 pp.72-74 ref.5

24. Thermography as a tool to monitor the velvet temperature and ossification stage of fallow deer (Dama dama) Antlers under normal and modified photoperiodic conditions.

An increase in testosterone levels affects the shedding of velvet which, in turn, influences the behaviour of farm-raised fallow deer bucks. Consequently, the welfare of the farmed animals can be considerably improved by controlling the timing of the velvet shedding period. The aim of this study...

Author(s) : Potrapeluk, A.; Janiszewski, P.; Bogdaszewski, M.

Publisher : Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

Journal article : Veterinární Medicína 2021 Vol.66 No.6 pp.233-241 ref.47

25. Identification of deer and goat species from skin samples-a DNA barcoding approach.

DNA barcoding is a technique for characterizing species of organisms using a short DNA sequence from a standard and agreed-upon position in the genome. In the present study, DNA barcoding was used as a technology to differentiate deer and goat species from the skin samples. The samples were...

Author(s) : S. Maya; Sanil George; Sreeranjini, A. R.; C. Leena; Sunilkumar, N. S.; Sumena, K. B.

Publisher : Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Thrissur, India

Journal article : Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 2021 Vol.52 No.1 pp.85-87 ref.6