Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Prions
Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Prions

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  1. Alternate long and short foraging trips in pelagic seabird parents
Weimerskirch, H.; CHASTEL, O.; ACKERMANN, L.
In: Animal Behaviour, 47, Pt. 2, 472-476
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Reserve a copy 2. An assessment of the potential for competition between seabirds and fisheries in the Falkland Islands (1989)
THOMPSON, K.R.
Copies: 2
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  3. Body condition and seabird reproductive performance: a study of three petrel species
CHASTEL, O.; Weimerskirch, H.; JOUVENTIN, P.
In: Ecology, 76, No. 7, 2240-2246
CHASTEL, O. (Author)598.421.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Breeding biology of the thin-billed prion Pachyptila belcheri at New Island, Falkland Islands: egg desertion, breeding success and chick provisioning in the poor season 2002/2003
QUILLFELDT, P.; MASELLO, J.F.; Strange, I.J.
In: Polar Biology, 26, No. 11, 746-752
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  5. Can thin-billed prions Pachyptila belcheri breed successfully on an island with introduced rats, mice and cats? The case of New Island, Falkland Islands
CATRY, P.; SILVA, M.C.; MacKAY, S.; CAMPOS, A.; MASELLO, J.F.; QUILLFELDT, P.; Strange, I.J.
In: Polar Biology, 30, No. 3, 391-394
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  6. Changes in seabird species abundance near South Georgia during a period of rapid change in sea surface temperature
Hunt, G.L.; Priddle, J.; Whitehouse, M.J.; VEIT, R.R.; Heywood, R.B.
In: Antarctic Science, 4, No. 1, 15-22
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  7. The dove prion, Pachyptila desolata Gmelin
TICKELL, W.L.N.
In: Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey Scientific Reports, No. 33, 55pp
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Reserve a copy 8. Effect of copper on the structure and function of prion protein (1999)
Wong, B.-S.
Copies: 1
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  9. Egg temperature, embryonic metabolism, and water loss from the eggs of subantarctic Procellariiformes
BROWN, C.R.; ADAMS, N.J.
In: Physiological Zoology, 61, No. 2, 126-136
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  10. The genus Pachyptila Illiger
Falla, R.A.
In: Emu, 40, 218-236
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  11. The origin of stomach oil in marine birds: analysis of the stomach oil from six species of subantarctic procellariiform birds
Clarke, A.; Prince, P.A.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 23, 15-30
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  12. Partner-specific odor recognition in an Antarctic seabird
BONADONNA, F.; NEVITT, G.A.
In: Science, 306, No. 5697, 835
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  13. Relationships between sea ice concentration, sea surface temperature and demographic traits of thin-billed prions
NEVOUX, M.; Barbraud, C.
In: Polar Biology, 29, No. 6, 445-453
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  14. Significance of stomach oil for reproduction in seabirds: an interspecies cross-fostering experiment
Roby, D.D.; Taylor, J.R.E.; Place, A.R.
In: Auk, 114, No. 4, 725-736
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  15. Visual fields and foraging in procellariiform seabirds: sensory aspects of dietary segregation
MARTIN, G.R.; Prince, P.A.
In: Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 57, 33-38
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