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Latest Articles on Alces americanus Clinton 1822 from uBioRSS
Habitat selection by a focal predator (Canis lupus) in a multiprey ecosyste... - BioOne: Journal of Mammalogy
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11.  Multiple Browsers Structure Tree Recruitment in Logged Temperate Forests.LinkIT
Faison EK, DeStefano S, Foster DR, Rapp JM, Compton JA
PloS one, 2016
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12.  Cadmium and other elements in tissues from four ungulate species from the Mackenzie Mountain region of the Northwest Territories, Canada.LinkIT
Larter NC, Macdonald CR, Elkin BT, Wang X, Harms NJ, Gamberg M, Muir DC
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 2016
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13.  Alternative prey use affects helminth parasite infections in grey wolves.LinkIT
Friesen OC, Roth JD
The Journal of animal ecology, 2016
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14.  Substrate-Driven Convergence of the Microbial Community in Lignocellulose-Amended Enrichments of Gut Microflora from the Canadian Beaver (Castor canadensis) and North American Moose (Alces americanus).LinkIT
Wong MT, Wang W, Lacourt M, Couturier M, Edwards EA, Master ER
Frontiers in microbiology, 2016
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15.  Ungulate browsers promote herbaceous layer diversity in logged temperate forests.LinkIT
Faison EK, DeStefano S, Foster DR, Motzkin G, Rapp JM
Ecology and evolution, 2016
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16.  Potential Vertical Transmission of Winter Ticks (Dermacentor albipictus) from Moose (Alces americanus) Dams to Neonates.LinkIT
Severud WJ, DelGiudice GD
Journal of wildlife diseases, 2016
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17.  Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in caribou, moose, and wolf scat samples from three areas of the Alberta oil sands.LinkIT
Lundin JI, Riffell JA, Wasser SK
Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987), 2015
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18.  Effect of Roadside Vegetation Cutting on Moose Browsing.LinkIT
Tanner AL, Leroux SJ
PloS one, 2015
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19.  Varestrongylus eleguneniensis sp. n. (Nematoda: Protostrongylidae): a widespread, multi-host lungworm of wild North American ungulates, with an emended diagnosis for the genus and explorations of biogeography.LinkIT
Verocai GG, Kutz SJ, Simard M, Hoberg EP
Parasites & vectors, 2014
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20.  First report of Taenia arctos (Cestoda: Taeniidae) from grizzly (Ursus arctos horribilis) and black bears (Ursus americanus) in North America.LinkIT
Catalano S, Lejeune M, Verocai GG, Duignan PJ
Parasitology international, 2014
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