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- 1Cattet, Marc
- 1Chue, Pierre.
- 1Evenden, Maya L.
- 1Liang, Yuzhu
- 1Newton, Jeffrey S.
- 1Shegelski, Victor A.
Masters thesis. 38 black bears, (Ursus americanus) from Alberta and 43 polar bears, (Ursus maritimus) from NWT were dissected to determine the most statistically reliable equations for predicting total body weight and non-fat body weight.
Biodiversity of soil arthropods in a native grassland in Alberta, Canada: obscure associations and effects of simulated climate changeDownload
Soils have traditionally been treated as a “black box” due to the challenges of studying this complex medium. The living component of soil consists of a complex network of roots and mostly very small, highly abundant, and extremely diverse group of microbes, protists, and other invertebrates. In...
Effect of Regular Dietary Consumption of Beans or Peas on Body Weight, Body Composition, and Blood Pressure in Men and Women with Mild HypercholesterolemiaDownload
Pulse consumption has been associated with beneficial effects on heart health. In this randomized controlled trial, 51 participants with mild hypercholesterolemia were randomly assigned to consume study food items containing ¾ cup beans, peas, or rice (control) per day, 5 days per week for 6...
Morphological variation associated with dispersal capacity in a treekilling bark beetle Dendroctonus ponderosae HopkinsDownload
Intrinsic factors influencing the dispersal of insect pests during outbreaks are poorly understood, yet these factors need to be quantified to parameterize dispersal in models that predict population spread. The present study related wing and body morphology of female mountain pine beetles...