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Anatomical Characteristics of Deer and Sheep Lumbar Spines: Comparison to the Human Lumbar Spine International Journal of Morphology
Wang,Yang; Liu,Ting; Song,Liang-Song; Zhang,Zhi-Xin; Li,You-Qiong; Lu,Lai-Jin.
Deer and sheep spines are often used as models of the human spine. A prerequisite for the use of animal models is information regarding the interspecies differences in the parameters of general interest. This would clarify the limitations of each animal model and substantiate the applicability of the obtained results to humans. Since sufficient data appear to be currently unavailable, we sought to investigate the feasibility of using deer and sheep as animal models for studies on the human spine. The objective of this study was a thorough comparison of the anatomical parameters of deer and sheep spines with those of the human spine. We employed three-dimensional reconstructions of computed tomography images, generated using figure analysis software, which...
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: Spine; Animal model; Comparative anatomy; Sheep; Deer; Human.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0717-95022015000100018
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Cost–Benefit Analyses of Mitigation Measures Aimed at Reducing Collisions with Large Ungulates in the United States and Canada: a Decision Support Tool Ecology and Society
Huijser, Marcel P.; Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University; mhuijser@coe.montana.edu; Duffield, John W.; University of Montana, Department of Mathematical Sciences; John.Duffield@mso.umt.edu; Clevenger, Anthony P.; Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University; apclevenger@gmail.com; Ament, Robert J.; Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University; rament@coe.montana.edu; McGowen, Pat T.; Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University; PatM@coe.montana.edu.
Wildlife–vehicle collisions, especially with deer (Odocoileus spp.), elk (Cervus elaphus), and moose (Alces alces) are numerous and have shown an increasing trend over the last several decades in the United States and Canada. We calculated the costs associated with the average deer–, elk–, and moose–vehicle collision, including vehicle repair costs, human injuries and fatalities, towing, accident attendance and investigation, monetary value to hunters of the animal killed in the collision, and cost of disposal of the animal carcass. In addition, we reviewed the effectiveness and costs of 13 mitigation measures considered effective in reducing collisions with large ungulates. We conducted cost–benefit...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Animal– Vehicle collisions; Cost– Benefit analysis; Deer; Economic; Effectiveness; Elk; Human injuries and fatalities; Mitigation measures; Moose; Roadkill; Ungulate; Vehicle repair cost; Wildlife– Vehicle collision.
Ano: 2009
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Developing decision-making tools for improving pasture quality on deer farms in New Zealand AgEcon
Stevens, David R.; Woodward, Simon J.R.; Westbrooke, Victoria F.C..
This paper describes the development of a learning package to support improved pasture quality on New Zealand deer farms. The first step has been to determine the specific requirements of deer farmers that will enable them to improve pasture quality decisions on-farm. Decision support software that interprets and demonstrates the impacts of pasture quality and animal physiology on the performance of young growing deer has also been developed. Key themes identified to aid pasture management decision-making included identifying the right pasture quality, management systems to maintain pasture quality and maximising the potential of livestock. This paper reports on the type of knowledge that deer farmers require in the learning package.
Tipo: Article Palavras-chave: Decision making; Deer; Growth rate; Learning packages; Pasture quality; Software; Farm Management.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/123143
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Evaluación del hábitat del venado cola blanca (Odocoileus virginianus mexicanus) en cuatro unidades de manejo para la conservación de la vida silvestre de la Mixteca Poblana. Colegio de Postgraduados
Díaz Hernández, Hernán.
En la Mixteca Poblana el venado cola blanca es una especie que se encuentra sujeta a una fuerte presión de uso debido a su valor económico, estético y cultural. Es por esto que las poblaciones de venado requieren de zonas donde la calidad del hábitat sea favorable y les permita asegurar su subsistencia. En este estudio se evaluaron cuatro modelos de Índice de Aptitud del Hábitat (IAH) para el venado cola blanca en la región Mixteca Poblana. Dos modelos consideraron tres variables del hábitat, con y sin factor de presión antropogénica. Los otros dos modelos consideraron solamente las variables estadísticamente significativas en una regresión logística que relacionó las variables con datos de presencia/ausencia del venado obtenidos en 92 transectos. Los...
Palavras-chave: Indice de aptitud del hábitat; Manejo; Venado; Deer; Habitat suitability indices; Management; Estrategias para el Desarrollo Agrícola Regional; EDAR; Maestría.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10521/1891
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Feeding ecology of the endangered huemul (Hippocamelus bisulcus) in Los Alerces National Park, Argentina Mastozool. neotrop.
Vila,Alejandro R.; Galende,Gladys I.; Pastore,Hernán.
The huemul (Hippocamelus bisulcus) is one of the most endangered and less known neotropical deer. We evaluated its diet in Los Alerces National Park, Argentina. Botanical composition of the diet was studied seasonally using microhistological analysis of fecal samples. Twenty six of the 72 available plant species were recorded in the huemul diet. The annual diet was largely dominated by shrubs (mean + SE= 64.7 + 2.4%) and trees (28.1 + 2.4%). Forbs and grasses only represented 4.6 + 1.1% and 2.5 + 0.6%. The huemul predominantly fed on Nothofagus sp., Maytenus sp., Embothrium coccineum, Schinus patagonicus and Gaultheria mucronata. Diet composition changed significantly between warm-growing and cold-dormant periods. The annual niche breadth was low,...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Cervidae; Deer; Diet composition; Feeding strategy; Patagonia.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0327-93832009000200014
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Genetic diversity of the pampas deer (Ozotoceros bezoarticus) population in the Brazilian Pantanal assessed by combining fresh fecal DNA analysis and a set of heterologous microsatellite loci. Repositório Alice
MANTELLATTO, A. M. B.; CAPARROZ, R.; CHRISTOFOLETTI, M. D.; PIOVEZAN, U.; DUARTE, J. M. B..
The pampas deer (Ozotoceros bezoarticus) is close to being classified as 'globally threatened', with the largest population occurring in the Brazilian Pantanal. Since capture is stressful to these animals, non-invasive sampling methods such as the use of feces can provide reliable sources of DNA. The aim of this study was to use fecal samples to evaluate the genetic variability of the Brazilian Pantanal population of pampas deer. Six heterologous microsatellite markers were used to screen 142 stool specimens. Seventy-four deer were identified, of which 50 adults were used to determine the genetic characteristics of the population. The Pantanal population showed high genetic diversity (mean number of alleles per locus = 11.5, expected heterozygosity =...
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Veado; Deer; Ozotoceros bezoarticus.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1080689
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Morphometry Research of Deer, Sheep, and Human Lumbar Spine: Feasibility of Using Deerand Sheep in Spinal Animal Models International Journal of Morphology
Bai,Xiaofan; Liu,Guomin; Xu,Chuanjie; Zhuang,Yingying; Zhang,Jinlong; Jia,Yuyan; Liu,Yi.
Deer and sheep are used as spinal animal models in clinical and basic research. In this paper, the anatomical morphology, curvature, and morphology index parameters were investigated to assess the feasibility of using deer and sheep as animal models of the human spine. Fresh adult male sheep, deer, and human spine specimens (n = 10 each) were screened and subjected to morphological analyses. The statistical software package SPSS (version 17.0) was used to analyze the statistical similarity and variability among the 3 species. Deer displayed good similarity to human in terms of the vertebral transverse diameter, radius vector, spinal canal transverse diameter, radius vector, and vertebral upper and lower endplate curvature radii. Sheep displayed good...
Tipo: Journal article Palavras-chave: Lumbar spine; Animal model; Human; Deer; Sheep; Morphometry.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0717-95022012000200025
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Separação de nicho entre duas espécies simpátricas de veados do gênero mazama em uma paisagem complexa no Pantanal. Repositório Alice
CHIARAVALLOTI, R. M.; TOMAS, W. M.; CAMILO, A. R.; TOMÁS, M. A.; SANTOS, L. G. O.; MOZERLE, H. B.; BOLZAN, A.; BODMER, R..
O veado mateiro (Mazama americana) e veado catingueiro (Mazama gouazoubira) são espécies simpátricas no Pantanal. Algumas publicações indicam que há uma considerável sobreposição na dieta destas espécies, assim, como no uso de habitat. Neste trabalho, utilizamos modelagem de ocupação para verificar diferenças no uso de habitats bem como para avaliar se as espécies se evitam. The red brocket (Mazama americana) and the gray brocket (Mazama gouazoubira) deer are sympatric species in the Pantanal. Some publications indicate a considerable diet overlap by these species, as well as in the habitat use. In this study we used occupancy modelling to verify differences in habitat use, as well as to evaluate if these species avoid each other.
Tipo: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Horário de atividade; Nicho ecológico; Pantanal; Cervídeos; Uso de habitat; Activity period; Deer; Ecological niche; Habitat use.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/869077
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Tasas de defecación en venado cola blanca (Odocoileus virginianus) a partir del contenido de fibra en heces. Colegio de Postgraduados
Vega Hernández, Dania Melissa.
El método indirecto de conteo de grupos fecales es muy empleado en la estimación de poblaciones de venado. Para realizar su estimación es necesario utilizar un índice fecal, lo que se conoce como tasa de defecación. Sin embargo, existe gran variación entre las tasas a emplear lo que hace cometer errores al estimar la densidad de población en una determinada área, independientemente de la semejanza en hábitat, lo que puede acarrear estimaciones y decisiones equivocadas en el manejo y aprovechamiento de la especie. Considerando lo anterior, se planteó la construcción de modelos para estimar las tasas de defecación de venado cola blanca a partir de los contenidos de fibra detergente neutro (FDN) y fibra detergente ácido (FDA) en heces. De mayo de 2012 a junio...
Palavras-chave: Venado; Grupos fecales; Consumo; Fibra; Defecación; Deer; Fecal groups; Food intake; Fiber; Defecation; Ganadería; Maestría.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10521/2361
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Veado-campeiro, patrimônio pantaneiro. Infoteca-e
TOMAS, W. M.; PEREIRA, G. M. F..
A espécie é uma das mais comuns no Pantanal, mas nem por isso dispensa estudos e atenção dos cientistas. Sua presença como podador ajuda a moldar a paisagem.
Tipo: Artigo de divulgação na mídia (INFOTECA-E) Palavras-chave: Fauna nativa; Veado-branco; Veado-galheiro; Veado; Animal selvagem; Cervidade; Deer.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.infoteca.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/1047381
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