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The Social Structure of Free-Ranging Bottlenose Dolphins
A description of the social structure of a species is a first step toward understanding its social organization and, ultimately, the evolutionary processes that shaped its social system. Since theExpand
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The Eurasian Heartland: A continental perspective on Y-chromosome diversity
The nonrecombining portion of the human Y chromosome has proven to be a valuable tool for the study of population history. The maintenance of extended haplotypes characteristic of particularExpand
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Common Bottlenose Dolphin: Tursiops truncatus
Publisher Summary Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) are the best known of all cetaceans. Variation in size, coloration, and cranial characteristics associated with feeding led to descriptionsExpand
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Recommendations for photo-identification methods used in capture-recapture models with cetaceans
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Capture-recapture methods are frequently employed to estimate abundance of cetaceans using photographic techniques and a variety of statistical models. Expand
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The syndrome of ankyloblepharon, ectodermal defects and cleft lip and palate: an autosomal dominant condition
Seven patients from four families are reported who had an inherited condition of which the main features were ankyloblepharon, ectodermal defects and cleft lip and palate. The ectodermal defects wereExpand
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The premature ageing syndromes
Eight patients are reported who all have one feature in common, the appearance of premature ageing. Six of these could be accurately classified into previously described syndromes, but the other twoExpand
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The association of keratosis pilaris atrophicans and woolly hair, with and without Noonan's syndrome
We describe two cases in which keratosis pilaris atrophicans faciei (ulerythema oophryogenes) occurred in association with hereditary woolly hair. This association also occurred in the father of caseExpand
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Hereditary trichilemmal cysts
One hundred and fifteen individuals from 60 families are described who had trichilemmal cysts. These were solitary or multiple intradermal cysts and occurred most frequently on the scalp. A punctumExpand
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