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Ullrey DE, Robinson PT. 1983. Significance of digestibility studies in the zoo. In: AAZV Annual Proceedings; 1983; Tampa (FL). p. 7-9. [PDF]

Ullrey DE, Robinson PT, Whetter PA. 1979. Comparative digestibility studies with zoo herbivores. In: AAZV Annual Proceedings; 1983. [PDF]

Ullrey DE, Robinson PT, Whetter PA. 1981. Eucalyptus digestibility and digestible energy requirements of adult male koalas, Phascolarctos cinereus (Marsupiala). Australian Journal of Zoology 29:847-52. [PDF]

Ullrey DE, Robinson PT, Whetter PA. 1981. Composition of preferred and rejected Eucalyptus browse offered to captive koalas, Phascolarctos cinereus (Marsupiala). Australian Journal of Zoology 29:839-846. [PDF]

Upson B. 1979. Operational audits of zoos. In: AAZPA Regional Proceedings; 1979. p. 335-338. [PDF]

Váhala J, Kase V, Ryder OA. 1994. Haematological and biochemical values of the blood and blood serum of captive northern white rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum cottoni). Acta Veterinaria Brno 63:99-102. [PDF]

Vanderlip SL, Wing AE, Felt P, Linkie D, Rivier J, Concannon PW, Lasley BL. 1987. Ovulation induction in anestrous bitches by pulsatile administration of gonadotropin-releasing hormone. Laboratory Animal Science 37(4):459-464. [PDF]

Van Horn RC, Altmann K, Alberts SC. 2008. Can't get there from here: inferring kinship from pairwise genetic relatedness. Animal Behaviour 75:1173-1180. [PDF]

Van Horn RC, Buchan JC, Altmann J, Alberts SC. 2007. Divided destinies: group choice by female savannah baboons during social group fission. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61:1823-1837. [PDF] [Supplement]

Van Horn RC, Watts HE, Holekamp KE. 2008. Do female hyaenas choose mates based on tenure? Nature 454:E1. [PDF]

Van Horn RC, Zug B, Appleton RD, Velez-Liendo X, Paisley S, LaCombe C. 2015. Photos provide information on age, but not kinship, of Andean bears. PeerJ. 3:e1042. https://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1042

Van Horn RC, Zug B, LaCombe C, Velez-Liendo X, Paisley S. 2014. Human visual identification of individual Andean bears Tremarctos ornatus. Wildlife Biology 20(5): 291-299. doi:10.2981/wlb.00023 [PDF]

Van Patten KC, Price T. 1990. Habitat choice in captive arctic warblers. Auk 107(2):434-437. [PDF]

Van Tuinen P, Mootnick AR, Kingswood SC, Hale DW, Kumamoto A T. 1999. Complex, compound inversion/translocation polymorphism in an ape: presumptive intermediate stage in the karyotypic evolution of the agile gibbon Hylobates agilis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 110(2):129-142.

Van Veen R, Wilson BS, Grant T, Hudson R. 2014. Where to now? An uncertain future for Jamaica's largest endemic vertebrate. Oryx 48(2): 169-170. doi:10.1017/S0030605313001518 [PDF]

Vavra J, Ryder OA. 2006. Class action: DNA barcording, student scientists, and the bushmeat crisis. Zoonooz 79:20-23.

Vazquez VM, Rothermel BB, Pessier AP. 2009. Experimental infection of North American plethodontid salamanders with the fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 84:1-7. [PDF]

Vinson J, Botvinick E, Durrant BS, Berns M, Dholakia K, Spalding GC. 2005. Correlation of sperms' swimming force to their swimming speed assessed by optical tweezers. In: 2nd Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation Conference; 2005. p. 593026.1-593026.10.

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