Branta


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Related to Branta: barnacle goose, Branta canadensis
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Branta, C, Haubenstricker, J., &Seefeldt, V., 1984, Age changesin motor skillsduringchildhoodandadolescence.
Key words: Baltic Sea; Barnacle Goose; Branta leucopsis-, wildfowl; geese; breeding; population growth; expansion; population size; distribution; landscape; habitat
Creating new foraging opportunities for dark-bellied brent Branta bernicla and barnicle geese Branta leucopsis in spring--insights from a large-scale experiment.
Atlantic Flyway Resident Population Canada geese (Branta canadensis) exhibited no trend.
Indo Kordsa Tbk was established in July 1981 under the name of PT Branta Mulia (BRAM), and engages in producing tire cord, nylon fibers, polyester, rayon and nylon yarns for tires.
Perhaps the ultimate success story of wildlife adapting to urban, man-directed sites is the non-migratory Canada goose (Branta canadensis maxima).
Of the 19 bird species studied, the biggest population increase was the numbers of the Svalbard breeding population of the barnacle goose (Branta leucopsis).
Los grupos son: cinco grupos de productores primarios: Chlorophyta, Phaeophyta, Rodhophyta, fanerogamas marinas y microfitobentos; ocho grupos de invertebrados: Echinodermata, Palinuridae, Galatheidae, Penaeidae, Haliotidae, otros crustaceos, invertebrados suprabentonicos (Amphipoda, Cumacea, Decapoda, Mysidacea) y zooplancton; cinco grupos de peces: Batoideos, Pleuronectiformes, Gerreidae, Serranidae y Sciaenidae, tres grupos de mamiferos marinos: ballena gris (Eschrichtius robustus), lobo marino (Zalophus californianus) y delfin comun (Tursiops truncatus), un grupo de tortuga marina: Chelonia mydas, un grupo de aves: Branta bernicla nigricans y uno de detritos.
Habitat use patterns of the Black Brant Branta bernicla nigricans (Anseriformes: Anatidae) in natural and artificial areas of Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
DNA Fingerprinting of Michigan Migratory Waterfowl: Canada Geese (Branta Canadensis).
As such, the consensus is that specialization may be more likely to inhibit or distort balanced physical development, limit motor development and learning (Branta, 2010; Cote, Lidor, & Hackfort, 2009) and undermine the forms of participation that maximize lifelong fitness and well-being (National Association for Sport and Physical Education, 2010).
The optimum time for children to learn and refine their motor skills, be introduced to positive HPE experiences and get active is during preschool and early primary school years (Branta, Haubenstricker, & Seefeldt, 1984; Commonwealth of Australia, 1992; Espenschade & Eckert, 1980; Lynch, 2008; Mackenroth, 2004; Raitakari., et al., 1994).
In 1995 he turned on his gang by becoming a "pentito" - informer - and helped police wipe out the Mala del Branta.