EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
48,253,228
Abstracts:
22,798,842
+ Resolve Accession
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
Submit PDF Full TextSubmit PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Females percentage of the blueheaded macaw Primolius couloni Sclater, 1876 kept in captivity in four wildlife management centres in Peru Porcentaje de hembras del guacamayo cabeciazul Primolius couloni Sclater, 1876 mantenidos en cautiverio en cuatro centros de manejo de fauna silvestre en el Peru


, : Females percentage of the blueheaded macaw Primolius couloni Sclater, 1876 kept in captivity in four wildlife management centres in Peru Porcentaje de hembras del guacamayo cabeciazul Primolius couloni Sclater, 1876 mantenidos en cautiverio en cuatro centros de manejo de fauna silvestre en el Peru. Ecologia Aplicada. Diciembre; 51-2: 137-140

A total of 46 Primolius couloni individuals were studied in four different wildlife management centers in Peru: Huachipa Zoological Park, CIRES-Peru Breeding Center, Jean De Conick Breeding Center and Mundo Silvestre Breeding Center. The goal of this research was to determine the percentage of females of Primolius couloni kept in captivity with the objective of helping different wildlife management centers in developing future reproductive plans. The results show that 10.26% female Primolius couloni are kept in captivity. This mounts only to four females out of 39 successfully sexed individuals. The low amount of female Primolius couloni kept in captivity could be due to: high female stress susceptibility during capture and commercialization; males could be captured more often than females or to a lower amount of females than males in wildlife populations.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Order PDF Full Text

Close
Close

Click here to order any other PDF Full Text


Accession: 038242341

PDF Full Text: Submit


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Other references

Bivins B.A.; Bryant P.J.; Record K.E.; Rapp R.P.; Bell R.M.; Griffen W.O.Jr, 1983: Effect of 10 percent and 20 percent safflower oil emulsion given as 30 50 percent of total calories. In a prospective study of 7 patients undergoing operations, 10 and 20% safflower oil emulsions were safe and effective as a major component of adult parenteral nutrition. Clinically important adverse effects of the emulsions as monitored by clinic...

Edge, M.B., 1970: Development of apposed sarcoplasmic reticulum at the T system and sarcolemma and the change in orientation of triads in rat skeletal muscle. Developmental Biology 23(4): 634-650

Ruiz, P.; Gomez, F.; Lopez, R.; Chien, P.; Rossman, M.D.; Schreiber, A.D., 1992: Granulocyte Fc gamma receptor recognition of cell bound and aggregated IgG: effect of gamma-interferon. Granulocyte Fc gamma receptors are important components in the recognition of IgG-coated cells and immune complexes. Two proteins have been identified on resting human granulocytes which function as Fc gamma receptors, Fc gamma RII (CD32) and Fc g...

Goler, R. Von; Lammert, H., 1976: Production of wood chips from beech logging debris. Forsttechnische Informationen: 28 (6) 41-43

Stros, M., 2001: Two mutations of basic residues within the N-terminus of HMG-1 B domain with different effects on DNA supercoiling and binding to bent DNA. High mobility group (HMG) 1 protein and its two homologous DNA-binding domains, A and B ("HMG-boxes"), can bend and supercoil DNA in the presence of topoisomerase I, as well as recognize differently bent and distorted DNA structures, inc...

Leonard M.L.; Picman J., 1987: Nesting mortality and habitat selection by marsh wrens. We identified mortality factors for Marsh Wrens (Cistothorus palustris) at two study sites and related them to the choice made by males and females between sites. More nests were successful and more young were fledged at Site 2, which had signific...

Pavlik, D.F.; Johnston, J.J.; Eldredge, J.D.; Dehority, W., 2016: Non-Type b Haemophilus influenzae Septic Arthritis in Children. NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">Invasive disease caused by non-type b Haemophilus influenzae serotypes has been increasingly reported. Although to date it has been a rarely described cause of septic arthritis, we present 10 cases of non-type...

Estrada, C.A.; Krishnamoorthy, P.; Smith, A.; Staton, L.; Korf, M.J.; Allison, J.J.; Houston, T.K., 2011: Marketing to increase participation in a Web-based continuing medical education cultural competence curriculum. CME providers may be interested in identifying effective marketing strategies to direct users to specific content. Online advertisements for recruiting participants into activities such as clinical trials, public health programs, and continuing me...

Negri Neto, A.; Carvalho, F. C. de, 1990: Model for the evaluation of fertilizer policies and their effects on the agricultural sector, the compound fertilizer industry, and the raw material handling industry. A theoretical evaluation is presented of the effects of various agricultural policies in Brazil: (1) international free market; (2) free market and contingency market; (3) contingency market and overvalued currency; and (4) contingency market, ove...

JAMES, G., 1962: Evaluation in public health practice. The following major rules of evaluation should be observed by the modern public health worker: (1) The practical objectives of each program to be evaluated should be clearly stated. (2) The underlying assumptions of validity associated with each o...