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Leopard - Research

Ahmed A, Jahan M, Braunitzer G, and Goeltenboth R (1988). Carnivora the primary structure of the major and minor hemoglobin components of adult north Persian leopard Panthera pardus sexicolor. Zeitschrift Fuer Naturforschung Section B Chemical Sciences 43(10): 1341-1346. ISSN: 0932-0776.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus sexicolor, primary structure, major and minor hemoglobin components, north Persian leopard, Hb-I, HbII, polypeptide chains, amino acid sequences.

Chelomina, G.N., L.N. Spiridonova, M.M. Kozyrenko, E.V. Artyukova, Y.V. Chelomin, and Y.U.N. Zhuravlev (1999). Estimation of genetic polymorphism and subspecies diagnostics in the far-eastern leopard Panthera pardus orientalis by means of rapd-PCR analysis of cellular DNA. Genetika 35(5): 681-687. ISSN: 0016-6758.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus orientalis, genetic polymorphism, estimation, subspecies diagnostics, rapid-PCR analysis, DNA, wild living, captivity, breeding lines, genetic diversity.
Language of Text: Russian.

Dong H, Chen S, Zhao Q, Yu H, and Hao Y (1988). The fine structure of the spermatozoa of the Panthera pardus. Acta Zoologica Sinica 34(4): 384. ISSN: 0001-7302.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, spermatazoa, fine structure, morphology, reproductive system, reproduction, oogonia follicle, oocyte lipid, yolk, ovulation.
Language of Text: Chinese.

Khorozyan, I.G., A. Cazon, A.G. Malkhasyan, and A.V. Abramov (2007). Using thin-layer chromatography of fecal bile acids to study the leopard (Panthera pardus ciscaucasica) population. Biology Bulletin 34(4): 361-366. ISSN: 1062-3590.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus ciscaucasica, chromatography, fecal bile acids, populations, study, wildlife management, conservation, visual identification, Armenia.

Meijaard, E. (2004). Biogeographic history of the Javan leopard Panthera pardus Based on a craniometric Analysis. Journal of Mammalogy P.: 302-10. ISSN: 0022-2372.
Descriptors: Javan leopard, Panthera pardus, biogeographic history, Craniometric analysis.

Miththapala, S., J. Seidensticker, and L.G. Phillips (1989). Identification of individual leopards (Panthera pardus kotiya) using spot pattern variation. Journal of Zoology 218(4): 527-36. ISSN: 0952-8369.
Descriptors: leopard, spot pattern variation, visual identification method, individual leopards, Panthera pardus kotiya.

Nagata, J., V.V. Aramilev, A. Belozor, T. Sugimoto, and D.R. McCullough (2005). Fecal genetic analysis using PCR RFLP of cytochrome b to identify sympatric carnivores, the tiger Panthera tigris and the leopard Panthera pardus, in far eastern Russia. Conservation Genetics 6(5): 863-866. ISSN: 1566-0621.
NAL Call Number: QH75.A1 C56
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, tiger, Panthera tigris, fecal genetic analysis, PCR RFLP, cytochrome B, sympatric carnivores, mtDNA, Russia.

Poddar Sarkar, M. and R.L. Brahmachary (2004). Putative chemical signals of leopard. Animal Biology (Leiden) 54(3): 255-259. ISSN: (p) 1570-7555; (E) 1570-7563.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, behavior, putative chemical signals, biochemistry, marking fluid, communication, molecular biophysics, chemical analysis, laboratory techniques, marking behavior, scent marking.

Roychoudhury A K and Acharjyo L N (1984). Genetics of coat color in the leopard Panthera pardus. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 22(6): 308-311. ISSN: 0019-5189.
Descriptors: leopard, Panthera pardus, coat color, genetics, autosomal alleles, pair, black recessive genes, spotted normal coat, genealogical data, analysis.



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