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File AvailableBerndt, A. 2017 Training a white rhino for artificial insemination. Proceedings of the International Rhino Keeper (IRKA) Workshop held in Denver, August 2017 (Abstracts and Powerpoint presentations)
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File AvailableHauser, J. 2017 Artificial insemination in Greater One-horned rhinos. Proceedings of the International Rhino Keeper (IRKA) Workshop held in Denver, August 2017 (Abstracts and Powerpoint presentations)
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableStoops, M. 2017 Assisted reproductive technology. Proceedings of the International Rhino Keeper (IRKA) Workshop held in Denver, August 2017 (Abstracts and Powerpoint presentations)
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File AvailableSchwarzenberger, F. 2017 Comparative evaluation of gestation in three rhinoceros species (Diceros bicornis; Ceratotherium simum; Rhinoceros unicornis). Proceedings of the International Society of Wildlife Endocrinology (ISWE) Conference 6: 69
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Roth, T.L.; Reinhart, P.R.; Kroll, J.L. 2017 Serum ferritin concentration is not a reliable biomarker of iron overload disorder progression or hemochromatosis in the sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 48 (3), 645-658
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Sumatran Rhino
The aim of this study was to determine if ferritin is a reliable biomarker of iron overload disorder (IOD) progression and hemochromatosis in the Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) by developing a species-specific ferritin assay and testing historically banked samples collected from r...
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Gomez, M.C.; Cates, Y.; Stansfield, D.B.; Young, C.; Klee, R.; Durrant, B. 2017 Morphological appearance and expression of spermatogonial stem cell markers in white rhinoceros testicular tissue. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 30 (1): 233-234, doi.org/10.1071/RDv30n1Ab187
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White Rhino
Spermatogonial stem cells (SSC) have been isolated from testicular tissue (TT) of several mammalian species and differentiated into mature spermatozoa following transplantation or in vitro culture. The northern white rhinoceros (NWR; Ceratotherium simum cottoni) is critically endangered. Thus, fr...
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Roth, T.L.; Schook, M.W.; Stoops, M.R. 2017 Monitoring and controlling ovarian function in the rhinoceros. Theriogenology 2017: (to appear)
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Despite their size and potentially dangerous demeanor, the rhinoceros has been a preferred subject of wildlife reproductive scientists. Several factors contribute to this taxon's popularity including the ability to utilize insightful tools like non-invasive hormone metabolite monitoring and t...
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File AvailableVervers, C.; Zijl Langhout, M. van; Hostens, M.; Otto, M.; Govaere, J.; Durrant, B.; Van Soom, A. 2017 Reproductive performance parameters in a large population of game-ranched white rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum simum). PLoS ONE 12(12): e0187751. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187751: 1-13
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White Rhino
The population of free-roaming white rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum) is under serious threat. Captive breeding of this species is therefore becoming more important, but this is challenging and often not successful. Obtaining reproductive reference values is a crucial aspect of improving these ...
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File AvailablePluhacek, J.; Steck, B.L.; Sinha, S.P.; Houwald, F.von 2016 Interbirth intervals are associated with age of the mother, but not with infant mortality in Indian rhinoceroses. Current Zoology 2016: 1-17
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Asia
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Indian Rhino
Rhinoceroses are among the most endangered mammals in the world. Despite a recent increase in numbers in most wild populations, poaching or political instability may exterminate large populations very quickly. Therefore, captive or ex situ rhinoceros populations can play an important role in thei...
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File AvailableSantymire, R.M.; Misek, S.; Gossett, J.; Kamhout, M.; Chatroop, E.; Rafacz, M. 2016 Male behaviours signal the female’s reproductive state in a pair of black rhinoceros housed at Lincoln Park Zoo. Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 4 (1): 30-37
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