Hans Bauer

Hans de Iongh2
Geert R. De Snoo1
Elke Müller-Hohe1
Horst Karl1
Stuart Pimm1
2Hans de Iongh
1Geert R. De Snoo
1Elke Müller-Hohe
1Horst Karl
1Stuart Pimm
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We define African savannahs as being those areas that receive between 300 and 1,500 mm of rain annually. This broad definition encompasses a variety of habitats. Thus defined, savannahs comprise 13.5 million km2 and encompass most of the present range of the African lion (Panthera leo). Dense human populations and extensive conversion of land to human use(More)
When we manipulate familiar objects in our daily life, our grip force anticipates the physical demands right from the moment of contact with the object, indicating the existence of a memory for relevant object properties. This study explores the formation and consolidation of the memory processes that associate either familiar (size) or arbitrary object(More)
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to assess the association of clinical factors with P2Y12-dependent platelet inhibition as monitored by the ratio of ADP- to TRAP-induced platelet aggregation and conventional ADP-induced aggregation, respectively. BACKGROUND Controversial findings to identify and overcome high platelet reactivity (HPR) after coronary(More)
People who perceive economic benefits and enjoy unrestricted access to natural resources tend to support ecosystem conservation efforts. Our study explores whether this remains true in remnant patches of Afroalpine ecosystem in North Ethiopia, where communal land provides valuable natural resources for the local communities and also sustain small(More)
  • Etotépé A. Sogbohossou, Hans Bauer, Andrew Loveridge, Paul J. Funston, Geert R. De Snoo, Brice Sinsin +1 other
  • 2014
Lion populations have undergone a severe decline in West Africa. As baseline for conservation management, we assessed the group structure of lions in the Pendjari Biosphere Reserve in Benin. This reserve, composed of one National Park and two Hunting Zones, is part of the WAP transboundary complex of protected areas. Overall mean group size was 2.6±1.7(More)
A collaborative study for quantification of Anisakis larvae in spiked farmed salmon fillets was conducted by 12 laboratories in 2012, using a modified Codex method (CODEX STAN 244). N = 6 samples with a different number of Anisakis larvae including two blind duplicates were analyzed by participants. All laboratories applied the same modified digestion(More)
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