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Stochastic and compensatory effects limit persistence of variation in body mass of young caribou / Bruce W. Dale, Layne G. Adams, William B. Collins, Kyle Joly, Patrick Valkenburg, Robert Tobey.

Title: Stochastic and compensatory effects limit persistence of variation in body mass of young caribou / Bruce W. Dale, Layne G. Adams, William B. Collins, Kyle Joly, Patrick Valkenburg, Robert Tobey.
Author(s): Dale, Bruce W.
Adams, Layne G.
Collins, William B.
Joly, Kyle.
Valkenburg, Patrick.
Tobey, Robert.
Date: 2008.
In: Journal of Mammalogy. (2008.), Vol. 89(5) (2008)
Abstract: Examines change in body mass in free-ranging female caribou (Rangifer tarandus) by measuring mass at birth and at 4, 11, and 16 months of age to evaluate relative importance of seasonal nutrition to growth, persistence of cohort-specific variation in body mass through time, and compensatory growth of individuals. Finds that relative body mass of cohorts does not persist through time. Compesnatory growth of smaller individuals is not observed in summer, though small calves exhibit more positive change in body mass than do large calves.
Notes:

Journal of Mammalogy. Vol. 89(5) :1130-1135 (2008).

Keywords: 591.13 -- Animal digestion and inanition.
591.134 -- Animal growth.
591.134.5 -- Animals, size and body weight.
599.735.3 -- Cervidae: Rangifer tarandus.
H6 -- Zoology: mammals.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
SPRI record no.: 185347

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