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The Vultures of Africa
Global survey of vultures the characteristics of vultures vulture genesis and evolution Africa as a setting for vultures Africa's vultures - the species' accounts Cape griffon, Ruppell's griffon,Expand
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Detection of pathogenic gene copy number variations in patients with mental retardation by genomewide oligonucleotide array comparative genomic hybridization
Genomic imbalance is a major cause of developmental disorders. Microarray‐based comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH) has revealed frequent imbalances associated with clinical syndromes, but alsoExpand
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Factors influencing host selection by yellow‐billed oxpeckers at Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe
Summary Oxpecker host selection appears to be governed by an array of factors affecting the efficiency of foraging for ticks, with optimally foraging oxpeckers choosing those hosts that maximizeExpand
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Social Attention in a Virtual Public Speaking Task in Higher Functioning Children With Autism
Impairments in social attention play a major role in autism, but little is known about their role in development after preschool. In this study, a public speaking task was used to study socialExpand
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Broken bridges—new school transitions for students with autism spectrum disorder: A systematic review on difficulties and strategies for success
Transitioning to a new school is often challenging for students with autism spectrum disorder. Few studies have examined the transition needs of students with autism spectrum disorder or the benefitsExpand
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Interactions between impala and oxpeckers at Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe
Summary In order to better understand the symbiotic relationship of the oxpecker-mammal association and the role that oxpeckers play in controlling their hosts’ tick burdens, interactions betweenExpand
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Factors influencing long-term and seasonal waterbird abundance and composition at two adjacent lakes in Zimbabwe
The spatial and temporal structures of waterbird communities are dynamic and complex with many driving factors. We used long-term waterbird census data at two lakes in Zimbabwe to explore theExpand
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Flight Behavioural Responses to Sport Hunting by Two African Herbivores
Sport hunting may have severe behavioural consequences, and possibly conservation implications for wildlife populations. We used flight initiation distances by two herbivores, impala (AepycerosExpand
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15 Quelea Populations and Forecasting in Southern Africa
Different subspecies of Red-billed Quelea, Quelea quelea, occur in different parts of Africa and each has its own migration pathways determined by local rainfall patterns and the availability ofExpand
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