Open Access Articles

This commentary originally was presented to recognize receipt of the Joseph Grinnell Award for Excellence in Education at the 85th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists in Arcata, Cal...
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Schmidly, D. J.. 2005. What it means to be a naturalist and the future of natural history at American universities. Journal of Mammalogy 86(3):449-456.
Considerable research supports the tenet that quantity and quality of food limit vertebrate populations. We evaluated predictions that increased availabilities of food and the essential amino acid met...
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Webb, R. E., D. M. Leslie, Jr., R. L. Lochmiller, and R. E. Masters. 2005. Impact of food supplementation and methionine on high densities of cotton rats: support of the amino-acid-quality hypothesis?. Journal of Mammalogy 86(1):46-55.
The Ozark big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii ingens) is federally listed as endangered and is found in only a small number of caves in eastern Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas. Previous studies ...
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Weyandt, S. E., R. A. Van Den Bussche, M. J. Hamilton, and D. M. Leslie, Jr.. 2005. Unraveling the effects of sex and dispersal: Ozark big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii ingens) conservation genetics. Journal of Mammalogy 86(6):1136-1143.