Browse by Subject "Anas platyrhynchos"

  • Sanderson, Glen C.; Anderson, William L.; Foley, George L.; Skowron, Loretta M.; Brawn, Jeffrey D.; Seets, James W. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1997-04)
    In a 30-day study involving penned game-farm mallards (Anas platyrhynchos), no harmful health effects were detected from dosing with either six, No. 4, bismuth/tin (Bi/Sn) alloy shot or six, No. 4, steel (Fe) shot, as ...

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  • Stafford, Joshua D.; Horath, Michelle M.; Yetter, Aaron P.; Smith, Randolph V.; Hine, Christopher S. (INHS Division of Ecology and Conservation Sciences (DECS); INHS Section for Field Stations and Ecosystems Science (SFSES);, 2007-10-31)

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  • Horath, Michelle M.; Yetter, Aaron P.; Stafford, Joshua D.; Hine, Christopher S.; Smith, Randolph V. (Illinois Natural History Survey, 2009-08-28)

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  • Yetter, Aaron P.; Stafford, Joshua D.; Hine, Christopher S.; Bowyer, Matthew W.; Havera, Stephen P.; Horath, Michelle M. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 2009-09)
    The number of Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) breeding in Illinois and eastern North America has increased in recent decades; however, few studies have investigated the nesting biology of Mallards outside primary production ...

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  • Sanderson, Glen C.; Anderson, William L.; Foley, George L.; Duncan, Karen L.; Skowron, Loretta M.; Brawn, Jeffrey D.; Seets, James W. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1997-04)
    In a 150-day study, we tested for chronic toxicity and effects on reproduction of bismuth/tin (Bi/Sn) alloy shot dosed in game-farm mallards (Anas platyrhynchos). Histopathology of livers, kidneys, gonads, hearts, and ...

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