Edward L. Lindquist

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Hybridization between taxonomically similar species is an often-overlooked mechanism limiting the recovery of threatened and endangered species. We present molecular genetic data for the first time demonstrating that Canada lynx and bobcats hybridize in the wild. We verify that two microsatellite loci Lc106 and Lc110 have non-overlapping allele ranges(More)
Please contact us at NRRI for updates and additional publications on this topic ii Summary Automatic camera systems can detect the presence of free-ranging wildlife remotely when humans are not present to trigger the cameras. An automatic camera survey protocol was tested in the Superior National Forest near Isabella, Minnesota during winter 2004. Cameras(More)
To see if there were a significant relationship between the short form of Dees, O'Reilly, and Griffith embedded figures test and playing ability for tennis as measured by tournament rank order, setting the minimum correlation coefficient at .70, from 116 beginning, 37 advanced, and 72 intercollegiate male and female tennis students from 6 universities data(More)
In this research, the stability of benzoic acid and three of its derivatives (anthranilic acid, salicylic acid, and syringic acid) under subcritical water conditions was investigated. The stability studies were carried out at temperatures ranging from 50 to 350°C with heating times of 10-630 min. The degradation of the benzoic acid derivatives increased(More)
Makisterone A is the predominant ecdysone in the 96 +/- 4-hour-old embryo of the large milkweed bug and it is the first molting hormone with a C-24 alkyl substituent of the side chain to be isolated and identified from an insect. In addition, unknown compounds that may represent other C28 ecdysones were detected in very low concentrations. The milkweed bug(More)
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