- Preliminary genetic linkage maps of Chinese herb Dendrobium nobile and D. moniliforme. FENG, SHANGGUO; ZHAO, HONGYAN; LU, JIANGJIE; LIU, JUNJUN; SHEN, BO; WANG, HUIZHONG // Journal of Genetics;Aug2013, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p205
Dendrobium is an endangered genus in the orchid family with medicinal and horticultural value. Two preliminary genetic linkage maps were constructed using 90 F progeny individuals derived from an interspecific cross between D. nobile and D. moniliforme (both, 2 n = 38), using random amplified...
- Mapping the world's endangered species. // Biologist;Dec2006, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p290
The article reports on a research by field biologists and analysts, which resulted in the most detailed world map of vertebrates ever made, giving information on endangered species among them. The belief of conservationists that the geographical areas having high concentration of endangered...
- Feasibility of using scent-baited hair traps to monitor carnivore populations in Peninsular Malaysia. Hedges, Laurie; Morrant, Damian S.; Campos-Arceiz, Ahimsa; Clements, Gopalasamy Reuben // Tropical Conservation Science;2015, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p975
Non-invasive genetic sampling is increasingly being used for monitoring mammalian carnivore populations. However, environmental conditions in the tropics challenge researchers' ability to collect samples. We present the results of a preliminary study on the feasibility of using scentbaited hair...
- Orchid diversity of the cape of Kamenjak (Istria, Croatia). Vuković, Nina; Brana, Slavko; Mitić, Božena // Acta Botanica Croatica;Jan2011, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p23
Twentytwo taxa have been recorded in the south of Istrian peninsula (north Adriatic coast, Croatia). The research was performed in the period 2003-2004. A great majority of taxa belong to Euri-Mediterranean (seven taxa, 4 1.18%) and Steno-Mediterranean (six taxa, 35.29%) floral elements....
- Mapping England's orchards. // Garden;Nov2008, Vol. 133 Issue 11, p709
The article focuses on a project to map England's fruit orchards. The article discusses how the People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is conducting the survey and suggests that over the last 50 years, more than half of England's traditional orchards have declined or disappeared. The age,...
- Less-endangered species. // Scholastic SuperScience;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p3
Forecasts the comeback and decline of select endangered species within the next twenty years in the United States. Reason for initial decline and ultimate comeback of manatees; Reason for decline of ferrets and toads.
- Animal Rescues. // Scholastic News -- Edition 2;Feb2007, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p2
The article discusses how people helped several endangered animals in the U.S., including the American alligator, the gray wolf and the bald eagle.
- Predicting the future for endangered species Wilcove, David // Endangered Species Update;Aug1989, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p40
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- Recovery planning and endangered species Blair, Robert B.; Culbert, Robert // Endangered Species Update;Aug1989, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p2
No abstract available.