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2004 resolutions
FURTHER CONCERNED that the Scientific Committee has noted that only 23 reproductive females are known; NOTING that the Scientific Committee in 2004 strongly agreed that the evidence that ...
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Impact of the captures between 1962 and 1973 on the Southern Resident killer whale community
The number of reproductive females within the population from 1973 up to 2004 averaged 13,48. Without the captures ... During this gap the female is not considered reproductive. The mortality of reproductive females is estimated to be about 3%. The lower level of reproductive females led to a lower level of births in ...
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Orca Network - Recent births and deaths
L pod has 43, including (approximately): 11 post-reproductive females (over 42 years old) 30 reproductive females (12-42 years old) 17 mature or adolescent males (over 12 years old ...
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WWF - Problems: Oil & gas
(Eschrictius robustus). Recent scientific evidence suggests that fewer than 100 individuals remain, and only 23 reproductive females capable of bearing calves. The death of just one female each year would be enough ...
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Females for Sale
Her first two crias were females and her third, a grey and white silk fibered male. Ledi sells with Cedars Edge reproductive guarantee. Personal Record Temperament - firecracker personality Presence ... American Bred to Lt. Dunbar due spring 2003 Callebaut's dam has produced 2 suri females and 2 satin-fleeced males. Her first offspring is Suria BonaLee and is draped with ...
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Reproductive Behavior
Reproductive Behavior 3 GENERAL INFO MORPHOLOGY ontogenic changes RANGE map BEHAVIOR HUSBANDRY REPRODUCTION health sexing hibernation ... have the same options for retreat as do free-ranging animals. Females will also fight before and after oviposition. If females are kept in a group during the breeding season, they should ...
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Marmoset flushes help Reproductive Research Services expand in 1997
Reproduction Research Services staff can time the ovulation of the marmoset colony's females so they all ovulate at roughly the same time. Thus, several flushes can ... examinations to diagnose pregnancy and monitor reproductive status in rhesus monkeys. The staff also provides investigators with information on individual animals' reproductive cycles and helps schedule Cesarean sections ...
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Population Action International : How Reproductive Health Services Work to Reduce Poverty
Asia. In sub-Saharan Africa, reproductive illnesses, including complications of unsafe abortion and AIDS, cause about one-third of all disability and premature death among females, and about one-quarter in males. In India, they cause roughly 18 percent of the total health burden of females. How does a lack of access to reproductive health care ...
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Population Action International : Reproductive Health
A Measure of Survival October ... , as it reduces the power imbalances and social and financial dependencies that typically make females more vulnerable to infection. Moreover, a large body of evidence suggests that education of ...
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Females Get Into Sexual Selection Game
This extreme variation in reproductive success is what leads to the relative greater size and aggressiveness of dominant females ... that involves competition for reproductive opportunities, a broader definition that could include competition between cooperatively breeding females. Related articles: For Some Females, Size Does Matter ...
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