user: pass:

Title: Fatty acid status in captive and free-ranging black rhinoceroses (Diceros bicornis)
Author(s): Clauss, M.; Dierenfeld, E.S.; Bigley, K.E.; Wang, Y.; Ghebremeskel, K.; Hatt, J.M.; Flach, E.J.; Behlert, O.; Castell, J.C.; Streich, W.J.; Bauer, J.E.
Year published: 2008
Journal: Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition
Volume: 92 (6)
Pages: 231-241, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-5
File: View PDF: 216,3 kb
Any PDF files provided by the RRC are for personal use only and may not be reproduced. The files reflect the holdings of the RRC library and only contain pages relevant to rhinoceros study, and may not be complete. Users are obliged to follow all copyright restrictions.
Categories and original text of this Reference:

Ecology - Food
Black Rhino
It has been suspected that the fatty acid (FA) status of captive black rhinoceroses (Diceros bicornis) differs drastically from their free-ranging conspecifics, due to the difference in FA pattern between the natural forage and the captive diet. Natural forage of black rhinoceros, and temperate b...

[ Home ][ Literature ][ Rhino Images ][ Rhino Forums ][ Rhino Species ][ Links ][ About V2.0]