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Diets, Movements, and Consequences of Providing Wildlife Food Plots for White-Tailed Deer in Central North Dakota
Abstract White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in North Dakota, USA, have greatly increased over the past 100 years due to conversion of prairie to agriculture, planting of tree rows, regulatedExpand
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Improvements in brain and behavior following eradication of hepatitis C
Despite recent advances in treatment, hepatitis C remains a significant public health problem. The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is known to infiltrate the brain, yet findings from studies on associatedExpand
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QUANTIFYING INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTION TO LARGEMOUTH BASS REPRODUCTION : EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF SPRING FISHING , HABITAT AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR
QUANTIFYING INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTION TO LARGEMOUTH BASS REPRODUCTION: EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF SPRING FISHING, HAB ITAT, AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR By Jan-Michael Hessenauer Largemouth bass (Expand
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Can phosphorous acid be used to control Neonectria ditissima in New Zealand grown apples
European canker, Neonectria ditissima, is a worldwide apple tree disease killing shoots, branches and trees, and treatment with phosphorous acid is a possible control option. The effect of sixExpand
Memorandum of understandings promise nothing; media mergers require close scrutiny by the FCC for their impacts on Latinas/os
Mergers have become an increasing frequent part of the American media landscape, and alongside this consolidation interest groups have sprung up to challenge them on the grounds of minorityExpand