Identification by hair.

@article{Turk1967IdentificationBH,
  title={Identification by hair.},
  author={John L. Turk},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={1967},
  volume={1},
  pages={584 - 585}
}
  • J. Turk
  • Published 11 March 1967
  • Medicine
  • British Medical Journal
needed exchange transfusion. The child survived; without the intrauterine transfusions he would certainly have died. Since then at least nine series of intraperitoneal intrauterine transfusions have been reported,612 16 and some 92 transfusions have been carried out with survival of 44 infants. The survival rate of only 50% must be viewed against a background of the virtually hopeless prognosis of the foetuses transfused. Nevertheless, as several authors have pointed out,3 4 this procedure may… 

THE DIET THE THE UPPER HENTY RIVER OF IA By Robert J . ( with three tables )

All four of Tasmania's large mammalian carnivores (Sarcophilus harrisii, Dasyurus maculatus, D. viverrinus, Felis catus) occur in the Upper Henty River region~ in western Tasmania. A short-term study

Notes on the diet of the carnivorous mammals of the Upper Henty RiverRegion, western Tasmania

All four of Tasmania's large mammalian carnivores (Sarcophilus harrisii, Dasyurus maculatus, D. viverrinus, Felis catus) occur in the Upper Henty River region~ in western Tasmania. A short-term

Comparative Morphology and Speciation in Galagos

Galagos (bushbabies) are distributed over most of sub-saharan Africa in savannahs, woodlands and forests. In contrast to most species of diurnal primates, which generally look very different from one

THE EUROPEAN BADGER (MELES MELES) DIET IN A MEDITERRANEAN AREA

The results showed that in this area the badger can be considered as a generalist, with fruit and insects as prin- cipal food items during the whole year, although some seasonal differences did occur.