< > J54 - Zoo Biology

Organisation American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA)
Publisher Wiley-Liss
ISSN 0733-3188

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J54.2.w1 1983 Gee, G.F. Crane reproductive physiology and conservation 2 199-213
J54.2.w2 1983 Freeman, H. Behavior in adult pairs of captive snow leopards (Panthera uncia) 2 1-12
J54.3.w1 1984 Forthman Quick, D.l. An integrative approach to environmental engineering in zoos 3 65-77
J54.3.w2 1984 Ballou, J.D. Strategies for maintaining genetic diversity in captive populations through reproductive technology 3 311-323
J54.5.w1 1985 Soule, M., Gilpin, M., Conway, W. & Foose, T. The Millenium Ark: how long a voyage, how many staterooms, how many passengers? 5 101-113
J54.5.w2 1985 Frankham, R., Hemmer, H., Ryder, O. A.,  Cothran, E.G., Soulé, M. E. , Murray, N. D.  & Snyder, M. Selection in captive populations 5 127-138
J54.7.w1 1988 Dierenfeld, E. S. and Dolensek, E. P. Circulating levels of vitamin E in captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) 7 165-172
J54.7.w2 1988 Mead, R.A., Joseph, M.M. & Neirinck, S. Optimal dose of human chorionic gonadotropin for inducing ovulation in the ferret 7 263–267
J54.8.w1 1989 Horwich, R.H. Use of surrogate parental models and age periods in a successful release of hand-reared sandhill cranes 8 379-390
J54.9.w1 1990 Gee, G.F. & Sexton, T.J. Cryogenic preservation of semen from the Aleutian Canada goose (Branta canadensis leucopareia) 9 361-371
J54.9.w2 1990 Mainka, S.A. & Lothrop, C.D. Jr. Reproductive and hormonal changes during the estrous cycle and pregnancy in Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) 9 411-419
J54.10.w1 1991 Wechsler, B. Stereotypies in polar bears 10 177-188
J54.10.w2 1991 Carlstead, K., Seidensticker, J. & Baldwin, J. Environmental enrichment for zoo bears 10 3-16
J54.10.w3 1991 Lindburg, D.G. Zoos and the "surplus" problem 10 1-2
J54.10.w4 1991 Lacy, R.C. Zoos and the "surplus" problem: an alternative solution 10 293-297
J54.10.w5 1991 Richter, N.A., Bourne, G.R. & Diebold, E.N. Gender determination by body weight and linear measurements in American and Chilean flamingos, previously surgically sexed: Within-sex comparison to greater flamingo measurements 10 425 - 431
J54.11.w1 1992 Forthman, D.L., Elder, S.D., Bakeman, R., Kurkowski, T.W., Noble, C.C. & Winslow, S.W. Effects of feeding enrichment on behavior of three species of captive bears 11 187-195
J54.11.w2 1992 Forthman, D.L. & Bakeman, R. Environmental and social influences on enclosure use and activity patterns of captive sloth bears (Ursus ursinus) 11 405-415
J54.11.w3 1992 Pickering, S., Creighton, E. &  Stevens-Wood, B. Flock size and breeding success in flamingos  11 229-234
J54.12.w1 1993 Huber, D., Kulier, I., Poljak, A. & Devcic-Kuhar, B. Food intake and mass gain of hand-reared brown bear cubs 12 525-533
J54.12.w2 1993 Colby, R.H., Mattacks, C.A. & Pond, C.M. The gross anatomy, cellular stucture, and fatty acid composition of adipose tissue in captive polar bears (Ursus maritimus) 12 267-275
J54.12.w3 1993 King, C.E. Environmental enrichment: is it for the birds? 12 509-512
J54.13.w1 1994 Wallace, M.P. Control of behavioral development in the context of reintroduction programs for birds 13 491-499
J54.14.w1 1995 Gee, G.F., Hatfield, J.S. & Howey, P.W. Remote monitoring of parental incubation conditions in the greater sandhill crane 14 159-172
J54.14.w2 1995 Sheppard, C. Propagation of endangered birds in US institutions: how much space is there? 14 197-210
J54.16.w1 1997 Brown, J.L. & Lehnhardt, J. Secretory patterns of serum prolactin in Asian (Elephas maximus) and African (Loxodonta africana) elephants during different reproductive states: Comparison with concentrations in a noncycling African elephant 16 149-159
J54.17.w1 1998 Kenny, D.E/, Irlbeck, N.A., Chen, T.C., Lu, Z. & Holick, M.F. Determination of vitamins D, A, and E in sera and vitamin D in milk from captive and free-ranging polar bears (Ursus maritimus), and 7-dehydrocholesterol levels in skin from captive polar bears 17 285-293
J54.17.w2 1998 Kidder, J.D., Foote, R.H. & Richmond, M.E. Transcervical artificial insemination in the domestic ferret (Mustela putorius furo) 17 393-404
J54.18.w1 1999 Brown, J. L., Hildebrandt, T. B., Theison, W. & Neiffer, D. L. Endocrine and ultrasound evaluation of a non-cycling African elephant: identification of an ovarian follicular cyst 18 223-232
J54.18.w2 1999 Fischbacher, M. & Schmid, H. Feeding enrichment and stereotypic behavior in spectacled bears 18 363-371
J54.19.w1 2000 Hildebrandt, T. B., Goritz, F, Pratt, N. C., Brown, J. L., Montali, R. J., Schmitt, D. L., Fritsch, G., & Hermes, R. Ultrasonography of the urogenital tract in elephants (Loxodonta africana and Elephas maximus): an important tool for assessing female reproductive function 19 321-332
J54.19.w2 2000 Brown, J. L. Reproductive endocrine monitoring of elephants: an essential tool for assisting captive management 19 347-367
J54.19.w3 2000 Hermes, R., Olson, D., Goritz, F., Brown, J. L., Schmitt, D. L., Hagan, D., Peterson, J. S., Fritsch, G. & Hildebrandt, T. B.  Ultrasonography of the estrous cycle in female African elephants (Loxodonta africana) 19 369-382
J54.19.w4 2000 Mikota, S. K., Larsen, R. S. & Montali, R. J.  Tuberculosis in Elephants in North America 19 393-403
J54.19.w5 2000 Richman, L. K., Montali, R. J. & Hayward, G. S. Review of a newly recognized disease of elephants caused by endotheliotropic herpesviruses. 19 383-392
J54.19.w6 2000 Hildebrandt, T. B., Hermes, R., Pratt, N. C., Fritsch, G., Blottner, S., Schmitt, D. L., Ratanakorn, P., Brown, J. L., Rietschel, W. & Goritz, F. Ultrasonography of the urogenital tract in elephants (Loxodonta africana and Elephas maximus): an important tool for assessing male reproductive function. 19 333-345
J54.19.w7 2000 Rasmussen, L.E.L. & Krishnamurthy, V. How chemical signals integrate Asian elephant society: the known and the unknown 19 405-423
J54.19.w8 2000 Langbauer, W.R. Elephant communication 19 425-445
J54.20.w1 2001 Ryan, S. J. & Thompson, S. D. Disease risk and inter-institutional transfer of specimens in cooperative breeding programs: Herpes and the elephant species survival plans 20 89-101
J54.21.w1 2002 McPhee, M.E. Intact carcasses as enrichment for large felids: effects on on- and off-exhibit behaviors 21 37-47
J54.21.w2 2002 Gold, K.C. Ladder use and clubbing by a bonobo (Pan paniscus) in Apenheul Primate Park 21 607-611
J54.22.w1 2003 Czekala, N.M.  MacDonald, E.A.,  Steinman, K., Walker, S., Garrigues II N.W., Olson, D.  & Brown, J.L. Estrogen and LH dynamics during the follicular phase of the estrous cycle in the Asian elephant 22 443-454
J54.22.w2 2003 Greenwald, K.R. & Dabek, L. Behavioural development of a polar bear cub (Ursus maritimus) in captivity 22 507-514
J54.22.w3 2003 Hare, V. J., Ripsky, D., Battershill, R. Bacon, K., Hawk, K. & Swaisgood, R. R. Giant panda enrichment: meeting everyone’s needs 22 401-416
J54.22.w4 2003 Bashaw, M.J., Bloomsmith, M.A., Marr, M.J. & Maple, T.L.  To hunt or not to hunt? A feeding enrichment experiment with captive large felids 22 189-198
J54.23.w1 2004 Vickery, S. & Mason, G. Stereotypic behavior in Asiatic black and Malayan sun bears 23 409-430
J54.23.w2 2004 Allen, M.E. & Ullrey, D.E. Relationships among nutrition and reproduction and relevance for wild animals 23 475-487
J54.23.w3 2004 Kenny, D.E., O'Hara, T.M., Chen, T.C., Lu, Z., Tian, X. & Holick, M.F. Vitamin D content in Alaskan Arctic zooplankton, fishes, and marine mammals 23 33-43
J54.23.w4 2004 Owen, M. A., Swaisgood, R. R., Czekala, N. M., Steinman, K. & Lindburg, D. G.
Monitoring stress in captive giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca): behavioral and hormonal responses to ambient noise. 23 147-164
J54.23.w5 2004 Sannen, A., Van Elsacker, L. & Eens, M. Effect of spatial crowding on aggressive behavior in a bonobo colony 23 383-395
J54.24.w1 2005 Hesterman, H., Wasser, S.K. & Cockrem, J.F. Longitudinal monitoring of fecal testosterone in male Malayan sun bears (U. malayanus) 24 403-417
J54.24.w2 2005 Swaisgood, R.R. & Shepherdson, D.J. Scientific approaches to enrichment and stereotypies in zoo animals: what's been done and where should we go next? 24 499-518
J54.24.w3 2005 Frank, K.M., Lyda, R.O. & Kirkpatrick, J.F.

Immunocontraception of captive exotic species IV. Species differences in response to the porcine zona pellucida vaccine, timing of booster inoculations, and procedural failures  24 349-358
J54.24.w4 2005 Cuarón, A.D. Further role of zoos in conservation: monitoring wildlife use and the dilemma of receiving donated and confiscated animals 24 115-124
J54.25.w1 2006 Shyne, A. Meta-analytic review of the effects of enrichment on stereotypic behaviour in zoo mammals 25 317-337
J54.25.w2 2006 Hedberg, G.E., Dunker, F., Dierenfeld, E.S. & Petty, M. Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) adipose tissue fatty acid composition compared to fatty acid constituents of a common milk replacer 25 527-537
J54.25.w3 2006 Wang, L-C., Chen, C-T., Lee, H-Y., Li, S-H., Lir, J-H., Chin, S-C., Pu, C-E. & Wang, C-H. Cut feather containing rachis as a sampling way for avian sexing 25 279-283
J54.26.w1 2007 Kenny, D.E. 25-OH-D3, calcium, phosphorus, and alkaline phosphatase content in sera from captive polar bear (Ursus maritimus) cubs at the Denver Zoological Foundation 26 167-173
J54.26.w2 2007 Hedberg, G.E., Dierenfeld, E.S. & Rogers Q.R. Taurine and zoo felids: considerations of dietary and biological tissue concentrations 26 517-531
J54.26.w3 2007 Skibiel, A.L., Trevino, H.S. & Naugher, K. Comparison of several types of enrichment for captive felids 26 371-381
J54.X.w1/ J54.27.w1 2008 Vester, B.M.,  Burke, S.L.,   Dikeman, C.L., Simmons, L.G & Swanson, K.S. Nutrient digestibility and fecal characteristics are different among captive exotic felids fed a beef-based raw diet 27 126-136
J54.X.w2/ J54.27.w2 2008 Felicetti, L., Kearney, C.C.,  Woodward, L. & Dierenfeld, E.S. Proportion of soft tissue in selected bone cuts fed primarily as enrichments to large carnivores 27 154-158
J54.30.w1 2011 Gamble, K.C., Moyse, J.A., Lovstad, J.N., Ober, C.B. & Thompson, E.E. Blood groups in the Species Survival Plan®, European endangered species program, and managed in situ populations of bonobo (Pan paniscus), common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes), gorilla (Gorilla ssp.), and orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus ssp.) 30 427-444
J54.32.w1 2013 Keler, D.L. & Hartup, B.K. Reintroduction medicine: whooping cranes in Wisconsin 32 600-607
J54.32.w2 2013 Reading, R.P., Miller, B. & Shepherdson, D. The value of enrichment to reintroduction success 32 332-3421

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