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RECIPROCAL FOREHEAD RUB OBSERVED IN MULE DEER.TOWEILL DE.1978; MURRELET; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 59; NO 1; PP. 33-35Article

A METHOD FOR ARTIFICIALLY RAISING MULE DEER FAWNSHALFORD DK; ALLDREDGE AW.1978; AMER. MIDL. NATURALIST; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 100; NO 2; PP. 493-498; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

GENETIC RESISTANCE IN DOUGLAS-FIR TO DAMAGE BY SNOWSHOE HARE AND BLACK-TAILED DEER.DIMOCK EJ II; SILEN RR; ALLEN VE et al.1976; FOREST SCI.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 22; NO 2; PP. 106-121; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

PREGNANT FAWN AND QUINTUPLET MULE DEER.NELLIS CH; THIESSEN JL; PRENTICE CA et al.1976; J. WILDLIFE MANAG.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 40; NO 4; PP. 795-796; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

STATISTICAL EVALUATION OF REMOTELY SENSED THERMAL DATA FOR DEER CENSUSWYATT CL; TRIVEDI M; ANDERSON DR et al.1980; J. WILDLIFE MANAG.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 44; NO 2; PP. 397-402; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

A BREAK-AWAY EXPANDABLE COLLAR FOR CERVIDSSTEIGERS WD JR; FLINDERS JT.1980; J. MAMMAL.; ISSN 0022-2372; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 61; NO 1; PP. 150-152Article

A CLIMATE INDEX AND MULE DEER FAWN SURVIVAL IN MONTANAPICTON HD.1979; INTERNATION. J. BIOMETEOROL.; NLD; DA. 1979; VOL. 23; NO 2; PP. 115-122; BIBL. 28 REF.Article

SPARRING BY MULE DEER DURING RUTTING: CLASS PARTICIPATION, SEASONAL CHANGES, AND THE NATURE OF ASYMETRIC CONTESTSWACHTEL MA; BEKOFF M; FUENZALIDA CE et al.1978; BIOL. DU COMPORT.; FRA; DA. 1978; VOL. 3; NO 4; PP. 319-330; ABS. FRE; BIBL. 2 P.Article

Linked sex harvest strategy for big game management with a test case on black-tailed deerMCCULLOUGH, Dale R; PINE, Don S; WHITMORE, Dale L et al.Wildlife monographs. 1990, Num 112, issn 0084-0173, 41 p.Serial Issue

ALARM WALKING IN COLUMBIAN BLACK-TAILED DEER : ITS CHARACTERIZATION AND POSSIBLE ANTIPREDATORY SIGNALING FUNCTIONSSTANKOWICH, Theodore; COSS, Richard G.Journal of mammalogy. 2008, Vol 89, Num 3, pp 636-645, issn 0022-2372, 10 p.Article

USE OF ULTRASOUND FOR DETECTING PREGNANCY IN MULE DEERSMITH RB; LINDZEY FG.1982; JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT; ISSN 0022-541X; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 46; NO 4; PP. 1089-1092; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

SEASONAL CHANGES IN FLEHMEN TO CONSTANT URINE STIMULIALTIERI R; MUELLER SCHWARZE D.1980; J. CHEM. ECOL.; ISSN 0098-0331; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 6; NO 5; PP. 905-909; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

Patterns of PrPCWD accumulation during the course of chronic wasting disease infection in orally inoculated mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus)FOX, Karen A; JEWELL, Jean E; WILLIAMS, Elizabeth S et al.Journal of general virology. 2006, Vol 87, pp 3451-3461, issn 0022-1317, 11 p., 11Article

MODELING FEEDING PREFERENCES BY HARE AND DEER AMONG DOUGLAS-FIR GENOTYPESSILEN RR; DIMOCK EJ II.1978; FOREST SCI.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 24; NO 1; PP. 57-64; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

Sinking depths of black-tailed deer in snow, and their indicesBUNNELL, F. L; PARKER, K. L; MCNAY, R. S et al.Canadian journal of zoology. 1990, Vol 68, Num 5, pp 917-922, issn 0008-4301, 6 p.Article

EFFECTS OF HUNTING ON HERBITAT USE BY MULE DEER ON MIXED-GRASS PRAIRIE IN MONTANASWENSON JE.1982; WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN; ISSN 0091-7648; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 10; NO 2; PP. 115-120; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

PARELAPHOSTRONGYLUS ODOCOILEI: LIFE CYCLE IN EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED CERVIDS INCLUDING THE MULE DEERS ODOCOILEUS H. HEMIONUSPLATT TR; SAMUEL WM.1978; EXPER. PARASITOL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 46; NO 2; PP. 330-338; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

MORTALITY AND MOVEMENTS OF MULE DEER FAWNS IN WASHINGTONSTEIGERS WD JR; FLINDERS JT.1980; J. WILDLIFE MANAG.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 44; NO 2; PP. 381-388; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

ENERGY REGUIREMENTS OF MULE DEER FAWNS IN WINTERBAKER DL; JOHNSON DE; CARPENTER LH et al.1979; J. WILDLIFE MANAG.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 43; NO 1; PP. 162-169; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

METALS IN SOFT TISSUES OF MULE DEER AND ANTELOPEMUNSHOWER FF; NEUMAN DR.1979; BULL. ENVIRONMENT. CONTAMIN. TOXICOL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 22; NO 6; PP. 827-832; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

MODELING THE DYNAMICS OF COLORADO MULE DEER POPULATIONMEDIN DE; ANDERSON AE.1979; WILDLIFE MONOGR.; USA; DA. 1979; NO 68; 77 P.; H.T. 1; BIBL. 5 P.Serial Issue

NUMBER OF PELLETS PER MULE DEER DEFECATIONSTRONG LL; FREDDY DJ.1979; J. WILDLIFE MANAG.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 43; NO 2; PP. 563-564; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

THE EFFECTS OF CONTINUOUS DIRECT CURRENT ON THE GROWTH OF THE ANTLERLAKE FT; DAVIS RW; SOLOMON GC et al.1978; AMER. J. ANAT.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 153; NO 4; PP. 625-630; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

ANTORBITAL AND FOREHEAD SECRETIONS OF BLACK-TAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS HEMIONUS COLUMBIANUS): THEIR ROLE IN AGE-CLASS RECOGNITIONVOLKMAN NJ; ZEMANEK KF; MULLER SCHWARZE D et al.1978; ANIMAL BEHAV.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 26; PP. 1098-1106; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

HOMING IN MULE DEEREBERHARDT LE; PICKENS HC.1979; S.-WEST. NATURALIST; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 24; NO 4; PP. 705-706Article

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