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Selected bibliography on the biology of African ungulates

John G. Stelfox

Selected bibliography on the biology of African ungulates

by John G. Stelfox

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Published by Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, Kenya Rangeland Ecological Monitoring Unit in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Ungulates -- Africa -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesBibliography of wildlife & domestic herbivores studies in East AFrica and other areas., Bibliography of wildlife and domestic herbivores studies in East Africa and other areas.
      StatementJ.G. Stelfox, M. Ngatia, R.J. Hudson.
      GenreBibliography.
      SeriesKREMU technical report series ;, no. 28, Technical report (Kenya. Rangeland Ecological Monitoring Unit) ;, no. 28.
      ContributionsNgatia, M., Hudson, R. J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ7996.M3 S74 1981, QL737.U4 S74 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 90 leaves ;
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3019436M
      LC Control Number84980517

      Ungulate found in the savannas and marshy areas of Africa and Asia with a one-horned or two-horned muzzle; it is threatened with extinction. giraffe Ruminant ungulate found in African savannas that can reach 23 feet in height; it has a prehensile tongue and small horns. Pages in category "Ungulates" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 : Mammalia.

      Ten species of ungulate were filmed, galloping in their natural habitat. They ranged in size from Thomson's gazelle (about 20 kg) to giraffe (about kg). . Analyzing the Evolutionary History of Darwin’s South American Ungulates By Emily Humphreys Almost years ago, Charles Darwin unearthed t he remains of some ancient South American ungulates dating back to the Miocene and Late Pleistocene : Emily Humphreys.

      clearing on habitat use by African ungulates in a mountain savannah region in South Africa. The dominant ungulates in our study area were blue wildebeest, giraffe, impala, kudu and Burchell’s zebra. We investigated the effects of fire and mechanical bush clearing on ungulate species composition in three habitat types, and tested the following. The ungulates are an animal group that lend themselves to combined neo- and palaeoecological approaches (we use the term 'ungulate' with reference only to the orders Perissodactyla and Artiodactyla, thus excluding the afrotherian Proboscidea). Ungulates are well represented in the fossil record, form a conspicuous and functionally.


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General information on distribution and biology of African ungulates is available in a number of handbooks and field guides, particularly Dorst and Dandelot (; see also Bigalke, ). Keywords Montane Forest African Buffalo Mountain Zebra Papyrus Swamp Common ElandAuthor: Walter Leuthold.

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. This bibliography of biology is a list of notable works, organized by subdiscipline, on the subject of biology.

Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy.

Biology is a vast subject containing many subdivisions, topics, and disciplines. 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 ungulates use the tips Clade: Ferungulata.

Physiological adaptation in savanna ungulates and Population Biology, University. appears that the diets selected by African ruminants. Buy Ungulates of Africa - Poster (): The Grazers and Browsers: NHBS - Jonathan Kingdon, Korck Publishing. The effect of ungulates on tree regeneration and forest progession can be projected for different forest types when tree reactions are known.

In Chapter Two, Torsten Wronski, Malte Hoffmann, and Martin Plath asses the habitat choice of the largest aboriginal population of Arabian gazelles in the world, located off the coast of Saudi Arabia on.

The main one of these is the fact that Voi is not exactly at the hub of scientific activity, even if we restrict ourselves to African ungulates. Thus, whereas I had felt initially that I was sufficiently familiar with ethological work on these animals to write a useful review, it soon became woefully evident that this assumption was erroneous.

Biology and management of mountain ungulates. if this mating strategy has been selected. Preliminary studies suggest that territorial male chamois have a greater reproductive success than non Author: Sandro Lovari. This book has been written mostly within sight of wild African ungulates, at the research center in Tsavo East National Park, V oi, Kenya.

While this had many positive aspects, there were also a few drawbacks. The main one of these is the fact that Voi is not exactly at the hub of scientific. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This book has been written mostly within sight of wild African ungulates, at the research center in Tsavo East National Park, V oi, Kenya.

While this had many positive aspects, there were also a few : Leuthold, Walter. 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. Ungulates account for the vast majority of large herbivores currently on earth.

Their influence stretches across nearly every biome, and their indigenous range includes all zoogeographic regions except Antarctica. With human help, ungulates have expanded into nearly every corner of the globe: "Ungulates of the World" indeed.

A group of special interest to mammalogists, taxonomists, and systemicists, ungulates have proven difficult to classify.

This comprehensive review of the taxonomic relationships of artiodactyls and perissodactyls brings forth new evidence in order to propose a theory of ungulate this straightforward volume, Colin Groves and the late Peter Grubb cut through previous assumptions to. East African Wild Life Society's Notes (compiled by Clare Shorter).

"Wild Life Symposium" and "ABDUL, the third in line of Kenya's great tuskers, has died". Swara, 1(2) Eisenberg, J.

F., and J. Seidensticker. Ungulates in southern Asia: a consideration of biomass estimates for selected habitats. Biol. Conserv., 10(4. "A work of tremendous scope Amateur naturalists and tourists to the parks of Africa and finally professionals will find this a stimulating, well-documented summary."—John F.

Eisenberg, Florida Museum of Natural History"We have seen in the field how very helpful and informative The Behavior Guide is. Our knowledgeable safari guides turned often to their prized and already well-thumbed. Status of Asian and African elephants in North American zoos - In Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Elephant Workshop held at Kansas City, OctoberAnon., c, pp.

Freeman, D. North African ungulates include several threatened and emblematic species, yet are poorly studied mainly due to their remoteness and elusiveness. Noninvasive sampling provides a useful approach to obtain ecological and genetic information essential to guide conservation actions.

Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography: Water Requirements of Desert Ungulates U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Southwest Biological Science Center Open-File Report April In Cooperation with the University of Arizona School of Natural Resources and Arizona Game and Fish Department.

The first hominid species arose 10 to 7 million years ago in late Miocene Africa. In particular, Sahelanthropus tchadensis, so far the oldest described hominid, has been dated to between and million ds probably evolved from an ape-like tree-climbing ancestor, whose descendants gradually became terrestrial bipeds with a substantially enlarged brain.

Where Is the Ape's Habitat Located?" Animals.N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Feb. "What Kind of Habitat Do.MODIFICATION OF ECOSYSTEMS BY UNGULATES N.

THOMPSON HOBBS, Colorado Division of Wildlife, W. Prospect, Fort Collins CO and Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins COUSA Abstract: Ecosystem ecologists traditionally have focused their attention on direct interactions amongFile Size: KB.