CHANGES IN THE FECAL CONCENTRATIONS OF CORTISOL METABOLITES IN RESPONSE TO STRESS IN GAURS (Bos gaurus) IN THREE WILDLFE REGIONS WITH RESPECT TO CLIMATIC CHANGE AND CONFLICT OCCURRENCE-A non invasive study

@inproceedings{Xavier2015CHANGESIT,
  title={CHANGES IN THE FECAL CONCENTRATIONS OF CORTISOL METABOLITES IN RESPONSE TO STRESS IN GAURS (Bos gaurus) IN THREE WILDLFE REGIONS WITH RESPECT TO CLIMATIC CHANGE AND CONFLICT OCCURRENCE-A non invasive study},
  author={Sheeren Swati Xavier and Boon Allwin and Stalin Vedaminckam},
  year={2015}
}
  • Sheeren Swati Xavier, Boon Allwin, Stalin Vedaminckam
  • Published 2015
The study was carried out to assess the faecal cortisol concentration in gaur entering the agricultural fields around the forest and in domestic bovines comprising of non descriptive cattle and cross bred cattle, in order to arrive at the baseline values pointing to stress factors. The adjoining areas of Bandipur wildlife region, Sathyamangalam wildlife region and Anamalai wildlife region of Tamil Nadu, India were included in this study programme. The documentation of the quantifiable… CONTINUE READING

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