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Meat-type chickens have been bred for prioritizing energy partitioning to rapid gain and lean tissue growth, which required feed restriction to be commonly applied in the industry to optimize egg production. This thesis studied the effects of controlling energy intake on energy partitioning to...
Stutchbury, Bridget J.M., Siddiqui, Raafia, Fraser, Kevin C., Applegate, Kelly, Hvenegaard, Glen T., Mammenga, Paul, Mickle, Nannette, Pearman, Myrna, Ray, James D., Savage, Anne, Shaheen, Tim, Zuk, Marlene
New discoveries from direct tracking of temperate-breeding passerines show that intra-tropical migration (ITM) is common in a growing number of species which has important implications for understanding their evolution of migration, population dynamics, and conservation needs. Our large sample...
Human land use and climate change can contribute to cumulative effects, which are the collective impacts from environmental and anthropogenic processes over space and time. Exploring the cumulative effects of landscape and climate change together is important for identifying potential...
Home range size estimates are often used to assess the amount of space required for animals to perform the activities essential for their survival and reproduction. However, in moving environments, traditional home range estimates may be ill suited to this task. In particular, traditional home...