3 edition of Behavioural ecology of Siberian and European roe deer found in the catalog.
Behavioural ecology of Siberian and European roe deer
A. A. Danilkin
Includes bibliographical references (p. -270) and index.
|Statement||A. Danilkin in association with A.J.M. Hewison.|
|Series||Wildlife ecology and behaviour series -- 2, Chapman & Hall wildlife ecology and behaviour series -- 2|
|Contributions||Hewison, A. J. M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 277 p. :|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||95074660|
3 Apr - Explore pamprentice96's board "Behavioural Ecology" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Behavioural ecology, Ecology and Research poster pins. Behavioural Ecology of Siberian and European Roe Deer This book, the second in Chapman & Hall's Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour Series, focuses on studies of both European and Siberian roe deer to provide an authoritative insight into the taxonomy, ecology, feeding patterns, social behaviour and population dynamics.
The European Roe Deer: The Biology of Success. Scandinavian University Press, Oslo. Danilkin, A. Behavioural Ecology of Siberian and European Roe Deer. Chapman & Hall, London. Lorenzini, R. and S. Lovari. Genetic diversity and phylogeography of the European roe deer. Danilkin, Behavioural Ecology Of Siberian and European Roe Deer. Chapman & Hal'. Inndon, pp.. 57 line and 45 halftone illustrations, ISBN This book is concentrated on studies Of Europaen and Siberian roe deer. It provides an impressivc compilation of data about the natural history of both species of roe deer.
The only natural predator of roe deer fawns is the red fox (Vulpes vulpes, Kjellander & Nordström ). data collection and analyses. The Bogesund population has been monitored intensively since Each winter, roe deer were caught in box traps, sexed and individually marked with plastic ear tags (see Kjellander for more details). A Cited by: Background. The roe deer, Capreolus sp., is one of the most widespread meso-mammals of Palearctic distribution, and includes two species, the European roe deer, C. capreolus inhabiting mainly Europe, and the Siberian roe deer, C. pygargus, distributed throughout continental gh there are a number of genetic studies concerning European roe deer, the Siberian roe deer has been studied Cited by:
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This book, the second in Chapman & Hall's Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour Series, focuses on studies of both European and Siberian roe deer to provide an authoritative insight into the taxonomy, ecology, feeding patterns, social behaviour and population dynamics.
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Danilkin A () Behavioural Ecology of Siberian and European Roe Deer. Chapman & Hall, London. Lorenzini R, Lovari S () Genetic diversity and phylogeography of the European roe deer: the refuge area theory revisited. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society, 88, Roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) on the edge of Białowieża Primeval Forest in Eastern Poland displayed vigilance behaviour consistent with these predictions.
The behavioural response of roe deer to temporarily varying predation risks emphasises the behavioural plasticity of this species and suggests that future studies of anti‐predator Cited by: Activity patterns of European Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus) are strongly influenced by individual behavior.
The species formation of the Siberian and European roe deer was dated between and Myr ago. Based on the results obtained we recommend the approaches used in the study for analysis of population genetic structure and phylogenetic relationships between populations, subspecies, species, and higher by: 9.
Ecology Diet. The diet of the Siberian roe deer consists of over species of plants – mostly herbaceous dicotyledons (58%), monocotyledons (16%), and woody species (22%).
In winter, without proper sustenance, they have a lowered metabolic rate. In summer, their dietary need for sodium necessitates visits to natural salt : Cervidae. Distribution and habitat preference of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus L.) in Düzce Province (Turkey) Proceedings Book 23 - 25 OctoberBehavioural Ecology of Siberian and European Roe.
Wildlife translocations increase the rate of introgressive hybridization between closely related species. In this study, we investigated the population genetic structure of the European roe deer (Capreolus capreo-lus) in Poland, affected by widespread ancient mtDNA introgression from Siberian roe deer (C.
pygargus), for signs of recent human-mediated : Magdalena Świsłocka, Magdalena Czajkowska, Maciej Matosiuk, Alexander P. Saveljev, Mirosław Ratkiewi. Analyses of CR mtDNA sequences from individuals indicated widespread introgression of Siberian roe deer (C.
pygargus) mtDNA in the European roe deer genome, km from the current distribution range of C. pygargus. Introgressed individuals constituted % of the deer studied.
Spatiotemporal patterns of wildlife road mortality in the Pothwar Plateau, Pakistan Behavioural Ecology of Siberian and European Roe Deer. Springer, Chapman and Hall, London. Mohapatra, R.K. and S. Panda. Behavioural sampling techniques Author: Faraz Akrim.
This book seeks to examine all aspects of roe deer biology, including behaviour, reproductive and digestive physiology, life history variation genetics, evolution, historical distribution, and their interaction with humans and predators.
The central theme is to explain exactly why roe deer. Mitochondrial DNA polymorphism in populations of Siberian and European roe deer (Capreolus pygargus and C. capreolus) Article (PDF Available) in Heredity. The roe deer, Capreolus sp., is one of the most widespread meso-mammals of Palearctic distribution, and includes two species, the European roe deer, C.
capreolus inhabiting mainly Europe, and the Siberian roe deer, C. pygargus, distributed throughout continental Asia. Although there are a number of genetic studies concerning European roe deer, the Siberian roe deer has been studied Cited by: Robin Gill is a wildlife ecologist with 33 years experience in research on wildlife ecology.
Robin joined Forest Research inwhere he has specialised in the management and impact of squirrels, deer and wild boar in woodland environments. The entire CR was sequenced in one Siberian roe deer (SIB; GeneBank accession number Z) and one European roe deer (EUR; Z), using primers L-Pro, H-Phe and two internal primers: L Cited by: Roe deer, as game species, were widely translocated to restore and expand their ranges or to improve trophy quality in C.
capreolus populations, which could have led to interspecific hybridization. By the end of the 19th century, several releases of Siberian roe deer were carried out across Europe, including Great Britain, Germany, Belgium, Slovakia and the western regions of the former USSR Author: Magdalena Świsłocka, Magdalena Czajkowska, Maciej Matosiuk, Alexander P.
Saveljev, Mirosław Ratkiewi. The European roe deer is currently considered a monotypic species or one with several subspecies. However, evidence has been presented that shows the subspecies are different enough to be considered separate species. Behavioural Ecology of Siberian and European Roe Deer.
London: Chapman & Hall. Prior, R. While ADW staff and.In order to understand the feeding ecology and dietary differences of roe deer (Capreolus pygargus tianschanicus) in different seasons and altitudes, this study was carried out at three altitudinal sites (Songdang – m above sea level (ASL), Aradong – m ASL, Mt.
Hallasan m ASL) on Jeju Island, South ther, plants taxa of six categories of foods (forbs Cited by: 3.Roe Deer Reproduction & Evolution. Dr Roger Lambert School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen. There are two subspecies of roe deer: European, Capreolus capreolus and Siberian is a degree of uncertainty by palaeontologists as to the origins of the roe deer, but it is believed that the earliest roe fossils are placed within the stem-genus Procapreolus.