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EPIDEMIOLOGIC ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS FOR LOCAL DISAPPEARANCES OF NATIVE RANID FROGS IN ARIZONA
This study used epidemiologic case-control methodology to examine habitat and environmental factors contributing to amphibian declines in Arizona. Risk factors were compared between sites where frogs disappeared (cases) ...
Effects of embryonic exposure to androgen-active endocrine disrupting chemicals in Japanese quail
Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are compounds that alter the production, secretion, action, and elimination of endogenous hormones. EDCs have been shown to be responsible for disrupting development, reproduction, ...
Post-bottleneck inbreeding accumulation reduces fitness in laboratory populations of <italic>Tribolium castaneum</italic> under environmental stress
Populations are often driven to extinction due to low genetic diversity. One major cause for loss of genetic diversity in a population is a demographic bottleneck. A demographic bottleneck was imposed on twenty-one populations ...