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The food habits of Arctic fox (Alopex lagopus semenovi) reproductive families on Mednyi Island (Commander Islands).--Biol.
Effect of dietary glycine and benzoate level on benzoate metabolism in mink (Mustela vison), blue fox (Alopex lagopus), and raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides).
One of these studies analysed the genetic patterns in most of the distribution of the arctic fox (Alopex lagopus) using mtDNA D-loop sequences.
During 1989-1995, ORV was used in Ontario to progressively eliminate arctic fox (Alopex lagopus)--variant rabies that had spilled into (i.e., had been transmitted to another species) red foxes and spread southward (9).
Comparison between microscopic and automated differential leukocyte counts in the silver fox (Vulpes vulpes) and the blue fox (Alopex lagopus).
In the tundra zone, the definitive hosts are the arctic foxes (Alopex logopus) (Jenkins et al., 2005).
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Morphology and immunoperoxidase studies of intestinal adenomatosis in a blue fox, Alopex lagopus.
In examining generalized concepts of correlation underlying both neural networks and complex engineering systems, they discuss the key role of correlation in normal and abnormal neural functions; correlation-based mathematical learning paradigms such as ALOPEX (Algorithm Of Pattern EXtraction); and case studies (e.g., of online training of artificial neural networks).
When non-native predators including the arctic fox (Alopex lagopus) and red fox (Vulpes vulpes) were introduced to these islands as early as the 18th century, the goose population plummeted and eventually reached a low of fewer than 800 (Amaral 1985).
Marakov (1964) mentioned that during 1935-1941, free-ranging Arctic fox, Alopex lagopus, farms were active on both islands.
However these same protocols and modifications of these protocols have failed to preserve spermatozoa collected from the endangered blue fox (Alopex lagopus).
The scientific name for all arctic foxes is Alopex lagopus.
FWS proposed delisting of the goose based on population gains resulting from the elimination of Arctic foxes (Alopex lagous) from nesting islands--the current population estimate is approximately 32,000 birds.