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cross-species amplification of bovid microsatellites in central african duikers (genus cephalophus) and other sympatric artiodactyls.the present study set out to evaluate cross-species amplification of 34 bovid microsatellites in six central african duikers: cephalophus callipygus, c. monticola, c. silvicultor, c. nigrifrons, c. dorsalis and c. leucogaster. of these loci, 16 amplified across all species and appeared polymorphic when initially tested in polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. twelve of these loci were subsequently assembled into three multiplex panels of four loci each. these multiplexes successfully amplified acr ...201021565116
[behavior of the african chevrotain, hyemoschus aquaticus ogilby (artiodactyla, ruminantia). its ecological and phylogenetic significance].the behaviour of the african chevrotain (hyemoschus aquaticus) was examined in 70 animals living in an enclosure. as far as possible every element of behaviour was seen in relationship to the animal's way of life in the field, and compared with the known behaviour of other artiodactyla. it was attempted to ascertain the evolutionary stage of every behavioural element. activity corresponds exactly to the dark period from 18.00 to 6.00. the males are by far more active than the females. an activit ...19751241832
convergence characteristics between a rodent, the south american lowland paca, and a ruminant, the african water chevrotain: an exemplary case study.the level of convergence between a rodent, the south american lowland paca cuniculus paca, and a ruminant, the african water chevrotain hyemoschus aquaticus, is analysed using 231 characteristics belonging to different biological sectors. a convergence index is established based on the degree of rarity of each characteristic in each species compared to other members of its zoological group. although the divergent characteristics are as numerous as the convergent ones, the two species are globall ...201728268153
[behavior of the african chevrotain hyemoschus aquaticus ogilby (artiodactyla, ruminantia). its ecological and phylogenetic significance]. 19751229772
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