Angela M. Lees

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Primates are among the most threatened taxa, with more than half of all species in jeopardy. In this paper we develop population models to use the kind of data on wild primates that primatologists actually collect. Our survey of recentprimate journals suggests that the average field study uses 1.5 years of data from 50 animals The models are based on the(More)
To determine whether damaged arterial wall selectively accumulates lipoproteins, normocholesterolemic rabbits were injected with human radiolabeled low density lipoproteins, high density lipoproteins, and/or albumin 24 hr to 12 weeks after balloon-catheter de-endothelialization of the abdominal aorta. When 125I-labeled low density lipoproteins and(More)
To determine whether healing arterial wall accumulation of low density lipoproteins (LDL) is mediated by the high affinity LDL receptor, normocholesterolemic rabbits were injected with 125I-LDL, 99mTc-LDL, or the reductively methylated analogs of these compounds (125I-MeLDL, 99mTc-MeLDL), 1 month after balloon catheter deendothelialization of the abdominal(More)
The effects of climate change on humans and other living ecosystems is an area of ongoing research. The ruminant livestock sector is considered to be one of the most significant contributors to the existing greenhouse gas (GHG) pool. However, there are opportunities to combat climate change by reducing the emission of GHGs from ruminants. Methane (CH 4) and(More)
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