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File AvailableSeeber, P.A.; Palmer, Z.; Schmidt, A.; Chagas, A.; Kitagawa, K.; Marinova-Wolff, E.; Tafelmaier, Y.; Epp, L.S. 2023 The first European woolly rhinoceros mitogenomes, retrieved from cave hyena coprolites, suggest long-term phylogeographic differentiation. Biology Letters: 19: 20230343, 4 pp., 1 fig [https://doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2023.0343]
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File AvailableSanchez-Barreiro, F.; Gopalakrishnan, S.; Ramos-Madrigal, J.; Westbury, M.V. ; Manuel, M.de; Margaryan, A.; Ciucani, M.C. ; Vieira, F.G.; Patramanis, Y.; Kalthoff, D.C.; Timmons, Z.; Sicheritz-Pontén, T.; Dalén, L.; Ryder, O.A.; Zhang, G.; Marquès-Bonet, T.; Moodley, Y.; Gilbert, M.T.P. 2023 Historical population declines prompted significant genomic erosion in the northern and southern white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Molecular Ecology 40 (9):msad180: 1-19 - https://doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msad180
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White Rhino
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File AvailableStanbridge, D.; O'Riain, M.J.; Dreyer, C.; Le Roex, N. 2023 Genetic restoration of black rhinoceroses in South Africa: conservation implications. Conservation Genetics 24: 99-107 - https://doi.org/10.1007/s10592-022-01486-y
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Black Rhino
Globally, wildlife populations are becoming increasingly small and isolated. Both processes contribute to an elevated risk of extinction, notably due to genetic factors related to inbreeding depression and a loss of adaptive potential. Wildlife translocation is a valuable conservation tool to rei...
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File AvailablePriyambodo; Putri, C.R.P.; Rustiati, E.L.; Kurniawati, Y; Zulkarnain, D.; Pratiwi, D.N.; Arsan, Z.; Giyono; Mustikawati, G.; Pertiwi, V.R.; Sukatmoko; Srihanto, E.A.; Saswiyanti, E. 2023 Amplification of the GAPDH gene from the urine eDNA of Sumatran Rhino in Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary, Way Kambas National Park. Jurnal Biologi Tropis 23 (3): 110-114
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Sumatran Rhino
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File AvailableMellya, R.V.K.; Hopcraft, J.G.C.; Eblate, E.M.; Kariuki, L. ; Otiende, M.; Chuma, I.S.; Macha, E.S.; Wambura, D.; Kilbride, E.; Mable, B.K. 2023 Mitochondrial DNA diversity of the eastern black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis michaeli) in Tanzania: implications for future conservation. Conservation Genetics 2023: 1-16 - https://doi.org/10.1007/s10592-023-01545-y
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Tanzania
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Black Rhino
There has been a drastic decline in the number of eastern black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis michaeli) across Africa, leaving individuals restricted to small, isolated populations that are vulnerable to extinction. Focusing on highly threatened populations in Tanzania, this study investigated the...
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File AvailableMellya, R.V.K.; Hopcraft, J.G.C.; Eblate, E.M.; Otiende, M.; Chuma, I.S.; Macha, E.S.; Wambura, D.; Kilbride, E.; Mable, B.K. 2023 Genetic diversity of the eastern black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis michaeli) in Tanzania; implications for future conservation. Conservation Genetics 2023 - preprint: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2560054/v1
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Black Rhino
In the past decade, there has been a drastic decline in the number of Eastern Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis michaeli), due to poaching, leaving few individuals in small, isolated populations that are vulnerable to extinction. However, the genetic consequences of the demographic decline on th...
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File AvailableCorder, M.L.; Petricoin, E.F.; Yue Li; Cleland, T.P.; DeCandia, A.L.; Aguirre, A.A.; Pukazhenthi, B.S. 2023 Metabolomic profiling implicates mitochondrial and immune dysfunction in disease syndromes of the critically endangered black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis). Nature: Scientific Reports 13:15464: 1-13 - https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-023-41508-4
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Black Rhino
The critically endangered black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis; black rhino) experiences extinction threats from poaching in-situ. The ex-situ population, which serves as a genetic reservoir against impending extinction threats, experiences its own threats to survival related to several disease syn...
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File AvailableRuggeri, E.; Rodriguez, J.; Fallon, L.; Orsolini, M.; Durrant, B. 2023 In vivo gene expression analysis of southern white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) granulosa cells collected from growing, dominant, and preovulatory follicles after ovum pickup. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 36 (2): 162 - https://doi.org/10.1071/RDv36n2Ab25
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White Rhino
Analysis of granulosa cells (GC) can be a useful noninvasive tool to clarify aspects of ovarian physiology in the southern white rhinoceros (SWR). Gene expression profiles from different phases of follicle development may help improve ovum pickup (OPU) outcome and advance assisted reproductive te...
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File AvailableNabeshima, K.; Nakajima, N.; Ogata, M.; Onuma, M. 2022 Draft genome sequence data of Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis. Data in Brief 41 (107857): 1-5 - doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2022.107857
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Indian Rhino
The Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) is a large herbivore found in northern India and southern Nepal. It is a critically endangered species, with an estimated population of approximately 3,600 in the wild. Genetic factors, such as the loss of genetic diversity and the accumulation of dele...
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File AvailableGhosh, T.; Kumar, S.; Sharma, K.; Kakati, P.; Sharma, A.; Mondol, S. 2022 Consideration of genetic variation and evolutionary history in future conservation of Indian one-horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). BMC Ecology and Evolution 22 (92): 1-13 - https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-022-02045-2
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Indian Rhino
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The extant members of the Asian rhinos have experienced severe population and range declines since Pleistocene through a combination of natural and anthropogenic factors. The one-horned rhi...
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