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Embryonic exposure to oestrogen causes eggshell thinning and altered shell gland carbonic anhydrase expression in the domestic hen.
Eggshell thinning among wild birds has been an environmental concern for almost half a century. Although the mechanisms for contaminant-induced eggshell thinning are not fully understood, it isExpand
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Polymorphism in the bovine growth hormone gene affects endocrine release in dairy calves.
The objective was to test whether calves with the Leu/Leu genotype release more growth hormone (GH) than calves with Leu/Val and Val/Val genotypes. Danish Holstein (n = 286), Danish Red (n = 68), andExpand
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Sila-Inuk: Study of the Impacts of Climate Change in Greenland
Greenland is experiencing some of the most dramatic impacts of climate change in the Arctic. Much work has been done to study these changes through physical science, but little has been done toExpand
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scandiacus). In contrast, photographs of narwhal (Monodon monoceros), ringed seal (Pusa hispida) and wolverine (Gulo gulo) were conspicuously absent, although Lynch provides an entertaining tale ofExpand
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Climate change in context: putting people first in the Arctic
Climate change is a major challenge to Arctic and other Indigenous peoples, but not the only and often not the most pressing one. We propose re-framing the treatment of climate change in policy andExpand
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The Power of Multiple Perspectives: Behind the Scenes of the Siku–Inuit–Hila Project
The Siku–Inuit–Hila (Sea ice–people–weather) project presents a new approach for collaborative research in the Arctic that links Inuit and scientific knowledge. For perhaps the first time, Inuit haveExpand
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A praxis for ethical research and scientific conduct in Greenland
The last 30 years have seen remarkable changes in the political and social structure of Greenland. In 1979 Home Rule was proclaimed, giving the territory some measure of autonomy from Denmark.Expand
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