< > J68 - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B

Organisation The Royal Society, London
Publisher The Royal Society, London
ISSN 0962-8436 (Paper)
1471-2970 (Online)

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J68.223.w1 1934 Deanesly, R. The reproductive processes of certain mammals. Part VI. - The reproductive cycle of the female hedgehog 223 239-276
J68.223.w2 1934 Allanson, M. The reproductive processes of certain mammals. Part VII.- Seasonal variation in the reproductive organs of the male hedgehog 223 277-303
J68.297.w1 1982 Whittle, K.J., Hardy, R., Mackie, P.R. & McGill, A.S. A quantitative assessment of the sources and fate of petroleum compounds in the marine environment 297 193-218
J68.297.w2 1982 Sindermann, C.J. Implications of oil pollution in production of disease in marine organisms 297 385-399
J68.302.w1 1983 Gomes, I. & Rosenberg, F.J. Quantitative data on airborne foot-and-mouth virus: its production, carriage and deposition 302 529-534
J68.343.w1 1994 Colling, J. & Palmer, M.S. Molecular genetics of human prion diseases 343 371-378
J68.349.w1 1995 White, P.C.L. & Harris, S, Bovine tuberculosis in badger (Meles meles) populations in southwest England: an assessment of past, present and possible future control strategies using simulation modelling 349 415-432
J68.361.w1 2006 Allen, W.R. Ovulation, pregnancy, placentation and husbandry in the African elephant (Loxodonta africana) 361 821-834
J68.363.w1 2008 Dawson, A. Control of the annual cycle in birds: endocrine constraints and plasticity in response to ecological variability 363 1621-1633
J68.364.w1 2010 Sibley, D., Khan, A., Ajioka, J.W. & Rosenthal, B.M. Genetic diversity of Toxoplasma gondii in animals and humans 364 2749-2761
J68.364.w2 2010 Meng, X.J., Lindsay, D.S. & Sriranganathan, N. Wild boars as sources of infectious diseases in livestock and humans 364 2697-2702
J68.368.w1 2012 Freuling, C.M., Hampson, K., Selhorst, T., Schröder, R., Meslin, F.X., Mettenleiter, T.C.& Müller, T. The elimination of fox rabies from Europe: determinants of success and lessons for the future 368 20120142

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