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Research and captive propagation
Result of the First Workshop on "Research and Captive Propagation", held at the University of Erlangen, April 15-17, 1994; with additional papers.
|Statement||ed. by Udo Ganslosser, John K. Hodges, Werner Kaumanns.|
|Contributions||Ganslosser, Udo., Hodges, J. K., Kaumanns, Werner., Workshop on "Research and Captive Propagation" (1st : 1994 : University of Erlangen)|
|LC Classifications||SF408.3 .R47 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||338 p. :|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||97130788|
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: captive propagation. Captive propagation studies of darters provide valuable information for species conservation and management. The reproduction of darters is partly controlled by the synchronization of temperature and photoperiod (Hubbs ), and captive propagation studies allow for an increased understanding of how these variables influence reproduction. For.
This has hampered captive propagation efforts, e.g. in the case of the critically endangered orange-bellied parrot. Giga-fren In this paper, we review aspects of the reproductive physiology and life history of the black-footed ferret with focus towards captive propagation and subsequent reintroduction of the species into natural habitat. The United States shares something with the African nation of Gabon, and those two countries with no other nation in the world: only they permit experimentation on live chimpanzees in medical research. As a result, some 1, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) are held captive in American laboratories at any given time. Until the s, those.
Visit the post for more. The Cornell Raptor Program was established in to provide Cornell undergraduate students and other community members an opportunity to become involved directly with efforts to promote conservation of birds of prey. Through research and experimentation, biologists have developed several techniques to preserve endangered species (Temple, b). One such technique–captive propagation—has found increasing acceptance as a valid conservation strategy and has been applied to various vertebrate species within the last decade (Cade, ; Conway, ).
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Result of the First Workshop on 'Research and Captive Propagation', held at the University of Erlangen, April; with additional papers. Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Series Title: Zoological library. Responsibility: ed.
by Udo Ganslosser, John K. Hodges, Werner Kaumanns. Research and Captive Propagation by Ganslosser, U.; Hodges, J.k.; Kaumanns, W. (eds) at Pemberley Books. Book Review: Research and Captive Propagation. Edited by Udo Gansloßer, J. Keith Hodges, and Werner Kaumanns.
Filander Verlag, Fürth, Germany,pp., DM 49 Author: Susan A. Iliff. Captive Propagation. ‘The only hope for populations and species at imminent risk of extinction is the immediate rescue for the establishment and management of captive survival-assurance colonies’. ACAP Report. Working with state, federal and international partners, the Amphibian Foundation develops novel, species-specific conservation programs, as outlined in the Amphibian Conservation.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Freshwater Mussel Propagation for Restoration Matthew A. Patterson, Rachel A. Mair, Nathan L. Eckert, Catherine M.
Gatenby, Tony Brady, Jess W. Jones, Bryan R. Simmons, Julie L. DeversAuthor: Julie L. Devers, Matthew A. Patterson. Documentation of both reintroduction and captive propagation is limited, with the number of founders known for just over half of the species.
We conclude that advancing butterfly conservation will require systematic recording and communication of activities in readily accessible venues, improved experimental design and monitoring, enhanced use.
A captive propagation framework The captive propagation guidelines and the paper published by Pollard and Flagg () generally do not provide sufficient guidance for deciding whether captive propagation should be used.
Rather, they focus on reducing various risks during the operation of these programs – not on a pre-operational decision model.
General Requirements of a Captive Flock Facility, Including Captive Propagation Housing Recommendations for captive Parus and Poecile spp.
are provided as follows by Hawkins et al. ( Section 24). Chickadees can be housed in either cages or aviaries. Outdoor aviaries are likely to be better for the birds’ well-being than indoor cages. Book May w Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure.
Cases where a listed species has an ephemeral reproductive stage or short ( year) lifespan that necessitates controlled propagation to sustain the listed species in refugia, or to maintain a research population where there is no intent to release captive-bred. Written by practitioners with firsthand experience of propagation programs, this practical book is a thorough guide to the subject, taking readers through the process from start to finish.
The latest propagation and culture techniques are explored as readers follow freshwater mussels through their amazing and complex life cycle. Captive Breeding of the 'Alala - Scientific Bases for the Preservation of the Hawaiian Crow - NCBI Bookshelf. Through research and experimentation, biologists have developed several techniques to preserve endangered species (Temple, b).
One such technique–captive propagation—has found increasing acceptance as a valid conservation strategy and has been applied to various vertebrate. book data as a pedigree [generation coefﬁ- ﬁtness and captive propagation.
Zoo Biology 5: 91– H ERMES, information is equally relevant to research and to captive management. Crocodilians are also maintained in managed settings for education and display, as well as for commercial propagation. Captive and free-range animals develop an array of disease conditions that span general reptile and traditional production animal pathology.
: Creative Conservation: Interactive management of wild and captive animals (): Olney, P.J., Mace, G., Feistner, A.: Books I have found this book to be very helpful for my field of research (conservation biology). Unlike the previous reviewer, I have no problem with a few grammatical errors.
Reviews: 3. Research is needed to determine how domestication selection could alter the genetics of captive-reared juvenile mussels through stages in the propagation process, including investigation of the following: (1) most appropriate time of year to remove glochidia from the female mussel to maximize maturity of glochidia (Jones et al.
); (2) use. also supports conservation research on Saintpaulia (African violets) in Africa and is conducting research on tissue cryo-preservation methods for these species. FUTURE The Plant Division will continue to develop protocols for in vitro propagation and cryopreservation of endangered plants, both for those from the U.S.
and elsewhere, and will work. Advances in Monitor research III: proceedings of the Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hans-Georg Horn; Wolfgang Husbandry and captive propagation of the crocodile monitor, Varanus salvadorii, at the Houston Zoo \/ S. Mays -- The first breeding of the Komodo dragon as a result of the European Endangered Species Breeding Programme (E.E.
research, reintroduction to the wild, or falconry. Over the past three decades captive breeding has become an increasingly important (and in some countries, exclusive) source of hawks and falcons for falconry.
It seems clear that captive propagation will. 4 Wildlife Diversity Report—Captive Propagation of Allegheny Woodrats fall. All three were recaptured in Of the 14 released infour survived through the monitoring period, and we hope they will have over-winter survival simi.
2 Wildlife Diversity Report—Captive Wood Rat Propagation Brandon Haslick, live-trapping population monitoring, August–October Background and Objective(s) Allegheny woodrats (Neotoma magister) are a species of conservation concern throughout their range, with popu./ The Redspotted Sunfish Saga: from statewide surveys to genetic analyses, captive propagation, and reintroduction efforts.
Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, JulyNew Orleans, Lousiana. 1. Introduction. Many conservation programmes now employ captive breeding to aid endangered and threatened species (Olney et al. ; Frankham et al. ; Allendorf & Luikart ).It is estimated that thousands of species will require captive breeding to prevent their extinction over the next years (Allendorf & Luikart ).However, the effects of supplementing wild populations with.