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Published since 1929, this monthly journal reports on primary research contributed by respected international scientists in the broad field of zoology, including behaviour, biochemistry and physiology, developmental biology, ecology, genetics, morphology and ultrastructure, parasitology and pathology, and systematics and evolution. It also invites experts to submit review articles on topics of current interest.

Publisher: NRC Research Press

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Volume 89, Number 10, October 2011

Genetic mating system and population history of the endangered Western Yellow-breasted Chat (Icteria virens auricollis) in British Columbia, Canada
pp. 881-891(11)
Authors: Miño, Carolina I.; Pollet, Ingrid L.; Bishop, Christine A.; Russello, Michael A.

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Arctic herbivore diet can be inferred from stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes in C3 plants, faeces, and wool
pp. 892-899(8)
Authors: Kristensen, D.K.; Kristensen, E.; Forchhammer, M.C.; Michelsen, A.; Schmidt, N.M.

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Can changes in provisioning by parent birds account for seasonally declining patterns of offspring recruitment?
pp. 921-928(8)
Authors: Bortolotti, L.E.; Harriman, V.B.; Clark, R.G.; Dawson, R.D.

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Age-related male reproductive effort in two mountain ungulates of contrasting sexual size dimorphism
pp. 929-937(9)
Authors: Garel, M.; Forsyth, D.M.; Loison, A.; Dubray, D.; Jullien, J.-M.; Tustin, K.G.; Maillard, D.; Gaillard, J.-M.

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Factors affecting individual variation in nest-defense intensity in colonially breeding Black-tailed Gulls (Larus crassirostris)
pp. 938-944(7)
Authors: Kazama, Kentaro; Niizuma, Yasuaki; Sakamoto, Kentaro Q.; Watanuki, Yutaka

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Causes of bimodal stable isotope signatures in the feathers of a molt-migrant songbird
pp. 951-959(9)
Authors: Bridge, Eli S.; Fudickar, Adam M.; Kelly, Jeffrey F.; Contina, Andrea; Rohwer, Sievert

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How small is too small? Incubation of large eggs by a small host
pp. 968-975(8)
Authors: Stewart, Rebecca L.M.; Guigueno, Mélanie F.; Sealy, Spencer G.

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Enzymatic flux capacities in hummingbird flight muscles: a “one size fits all” hypothesis
pp. 985-991(7)
Authors: Fernández, M.J.; Bozinovic, F.; Suarez, R.K.

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Food limitation causes female haglids to mate more often
pp. 992-998(7)
Authors: Judge, Kevin A.; De Luca, Paul A.; Morris, Glenn K.

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