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Validating methods for estimating endocranial volume in individual red deer (Cervus elaphus)LOGAN, Corina J; CLUTTON-BROCK, Tim H.Behavioural processes. 2013, Vol 92, pp 143-146, issn 0376-6357, 4 p.Article

Physiological variables explain mineral intake in Iberian red deerCEACERO, Francisco; LANDETE-CASTILLEJOS, Tomás; GARCIA, Andrés J et al.Physiology & behavior. 2010, Vol 100, Num 2, pp 122-127, issn 0031-9384, 6 p.Article

Genetic variation in domestic and wild elk (Cervus elaphus)CRONIN, M. A; RENECKER, L. A; PATTON, J. C et al.Journal of animal science. 2009, Vol 87, Num 3, pp 829-834, issn 0021-8812, 6 p.Article

Efficacy of in-feed-administered ivermectin on Elaphostrongylus cervi first-stage excretion in red deer (Cervus elaphus)RODRIGUEZ, Oscar; FERNANDEZ DE MERA, Isabel G; VICENTE, Joaquin et al.Parasitology research (1987). 2006, Vol 98, Num 2, pp 176-178, issn 0932-0113, 3 p.Article

Female perception of size-related formant shifts in red deer, Cervus elaphusCHARLTON, Benjamin D; REBY, David; MCCOMB, Karen et al.Animal behaviour. 2007, Vol 74, pp 707-714, issn 0003-3472, 8 p., 4Article

Influence of oak mast on feeding behaviour of red deer (Cervus elaphus L)PICARD, J. F; OLEFFE, P; BOISAUBERT, B et al.Annales des sciences forestières. 1991, Vol 48, Num 5, pp 547-559, issn 0003-4312Article

Constitutive heterochromatin in the fallow deer (Cervus dama)HERZOG, S.Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde. 1990, Vol 55, Num 1, pp 63-65, issn 0044-3468, 3 p.Article

CALVING TIMES OF RED DEER (CERVISS ELAPHUS) ON RHUMGUINNESS FE; GIBSON RM; CLUTTON BROCK TH et al.1978; J. ZOOL.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 185; NO 1; PP. 105-114; BIBL. 27 REF.Article

Partial migration in expanding red deer populations at northern latitudes ― a role for density dependence? : Partial migrationMYSTERUD, Atle; LOE, Leif Egil; ZIMMERMANN, Barbara et al.Oikos (København). 2011, Vol 120, Num 12, pp 1817-1825, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

The ecology and evolution of tooth wear in red deer and mooseVEIBERG, Vebjøn; LOE, Leif Egil; MYSTERUD, Atle et al.Oikos. 2007, Vol 116, Num 11, pp 1805-1818, issn 0030-1299, 14 p.Article

Transfer of bovine microsatellites to the cervine (Cervus elaphus)KÜHN, R; ANASTASSIADIS, C; PIRCHNER, F et al.Animal genetics (Print). 1996, Vol 27, Num 3, pp 199-201, issn 0268-9146Article

Effects of harvest on antlers of simulated populations of elkTHELEN, T. H.The Journal of wildlife management. 1991, Vol 55, Num 2, pp 232-249, issn 0022-541XArticle

Seasonal cycles and daily activity patterns of Rocky Mountain elkGREEN, R. A; BEAR, G. D.The Journal of wildlife management. 1990, Vol 54, Num 2, pp 272-279, issn 0022-541XArticle

VARIATION IN THE WEIGHT, SPECIFIC GRAVITY AND COMPOSITION OF THE ANTLERS OF RED DEER (CERVUS CLAPHUS L.).HYVARINEN H; KAY RNB; HAMILTON WJ et al.1977; BRIT. J. NUTRIT.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 38; NO 3; PP. 301-311; H.T. 1; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

Definitive differentiation between single and mixed mycobacterial infections in red deer (Cervus elaphus) by a combination of duplex amplification of p34 and f57 sequences and hpyl88i enzymatic restriction of duplex ampliconsGODFROID, Jacques; DELCORPS, Cathy; IRENGE, Leonid M et al.Journal of clinical microbiology (Print). 2005, Vol 43, Num 9, pp 4640-4648, issn 0095-1137, 9 p.Article

Establishment of adult Parelaphostrongylus tenuis, patent infections, and acquired immunity after experimental infection of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and red deer (Cervus elaphus elaphus)DUFFY, Michael S; GREAVES, Trent A; BURT, Michael D. B et al.The Journal of parasitology. 2004, Vol 90, Num 2, pp 245-254, issn 0022-3395, 10 p.Article

Pedicle and antler regeneration following antlerogenic tissue removal in red deer (Cervus elaphus)CHUNYI LI; SUTTIE, J. M.The Journal of experimental zoology. 1994, Vol 269, Num 1, pp 37-44, issn 0022-104XArticle

The ontogeny of the external sexual organs of Cervus elaphus and Dama damaKOMAREK, V; LAZAR, P; HELL, P et al.Folia zoologica (Brno). 1989, Vol 38, Num 1, pp 69-78, issn 0139-7893, 10 p.Article

Liver enzymes and blood metabolites in a population of free-ranging red deer (Cervus elaphus) naturally infected with Fascioloides magnaSEVERIN, K; MASEK, T; JANICKI, Z et al.Journal of helminthology. 2012, Vol 86, Num 2, pp 190-196, issn 0022-149X, 7 p.Article

Comparison of the FLOTAC technique with the McMaster method and the Baermann technique to determine counts of Dictyocaulus eckerti L1 and strongylid eggs in faeces of red deer (Cervus elaphus)BAUER, Benjamin U; POMROY, William E; GUEYDON, Julien et al.Parasitology research (1987). 2010, Vol 107, Num 3, pp 555-560, issn 0932-0113, 6 p.Article

Cumulative reproduction and survival costs in female red deerMOYES, K; COULSON, T; MORGAN, B. J. T et al.Oikos. 2006, Vol 115, Num 2, pp 241-252, issn 0030-1299, 12 p.Article

Concentration of selected metals in liver, kidney, and muscle of the red deer (Cervus elaphus)GASPARIK, Jozef; MASSANYI, Peter; SLAMECKA, Jaroslav et al.Journal of environmental science and health. Part A, Toxic/hazardous substances & environmental engineering. 2004, Vol 39, Num 8, pp 2105-2111, 7 p.Article

Light microscopic studies of pedicle and early first antler development in red deer (Cervus elaphus)CHUNYI LI; SUTTIE, J. M.The Anatomical record. 1994, Vol 239, Num 2, pp 198-215, issn 0003-276XArticle

Pedicle and antler development following sectioning of the sensory nerves to the antlerogenic region of red deer (Cervus elaphus)CHUNYI LI; SHEARD, P. W; CORSON, I. D et al.The Journal of experimental zoology. 1993, Vol 267, Num 2, pp 188-197, issn 0022-104XArticle

The implications of social structure for dominance hierarchies in red deer, Cervus elaphus LFREEMAN, L. C; FREEMAN, S. C; ROMNEY, A. K et al.Animal behaviour. 1992, Vol 44, pp 239-245, issn 0003-3472, 2Article

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