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Cotterill, F.P.D; Groves, C.P.; Taylor, P.J. 2017 Taxonomy: refine rather than stabilize. Nature 547 (7662): 162
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C.; Rhino Resource Center; Ziegler, D.; Billia, E.M.; Monson, J.; Strien, W. van; Athanassiou, A. 2017 New literature in the Rhino Resource Center. Electronic Newsletter of the Rhino Resource Center no. 46 (March): 1-16
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File AvailableNeushoornstichting 2017 [Various notes on rhinos, in Dutch]. Nieuwsbrief March 2017: 1-4
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File AvailableKrebs, B.L.; Watters, J.V. 2017 Simple but temporally unpredictable puzzles are cognitive enrichment. Animal Behavior and Cognition 4 (1): 119134
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File AvailableDalen, L. 2017 A status update on rhino reference genome assemblies. Proceedings of the Plant and Animal Genome Conference XXV (San Diego) Abstract W427: 1
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Generating complete genome sequences from all rhinoceros species is a prerequisite for exploring the comparative genomics and evolutionary relationships within the Rhinocerotidae. In addition, providing access to reference genome assemblies will enable future projects aimed at developing markers ...
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File AvailableGilbert, M.T.P. 2017 Whole genome analysis of rhinoceros evolution. Proceedings of the Plant and Animal Genome Conference XXV (San Diego) Abstract W428: 1
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Thanks to a multi-group collaboration, draft genome sequences are now underway for all extant rhinoceros species, as well as several of their extinct relatives. Although comparative analysis of this dataset will not be straightforward, they will represent a valuable genetic resource with which to...
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File AvailableWelker, F.; Smith, G.M.; Hutson, J.M.; Kindler, L.; Garcia-Moreno, A.; Villaluenga, A.; Turner, E.; Gaudzinski-Windheuser, S. 2017 Middle Pleistocene protein sequences from the rhinoceros genus Stephanorhinus and the phylogeny of extant and extinct Middle/Late Pleistocene Rhinocerotidae. PeerJ 5:e3033 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.3033: 1-17
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File AvailableMangat, R. 2017 Conservationist Esmond Bradley Martin on saving the rhino. Swara April-June 2017: 26-31
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File AvailableMacMillan, D.; Bozzola, M.; Hanley, N.; Kasterine, A.; Sheremet, O. 2017 Demand in Viet Nam for rhino horn used in traditional medicine. Geneva, International Trade Centre, pp. 1-84
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Pimentel, J. 2017 The rhinoceros and the megatherium, an essay in natural history. Translated by Peter Mason. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, pp. 1-356
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