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REPRODUCTION RESEARCH Endocrinedifferentiationoffetalovariesandtestesofthespotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta): timing of androgen-independent ... spotted hyena is largely androgen independent, but that differentiation of the fetal gonads, and their ability to
Spotted Hyena Crocuta crocuta Classification Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Hyaenidae Genus: Crocuta Species: crocuta Distribution Spotted hyenas are found in the grasslands of sub-Saharan Africa and the forests of the Congo Basin.
Spotted hyena sexual behavior 817 retracts her clitoris into the abdomen to permit penetration by the male’s pe-nis, her clitoral opening is far anterior to the position occupied by the external
spotted hyena is encased in loose connective tissue, facilitating such expansion. We agree with these ... Reproduction of the spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta Erxleben). Philos Tran R Soc Lond B 230:1–78. FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF THE SPOTTED HYENA 217.
4Department of Population Health and Reproduction, University of California, Davis, ... spotted hyena, although still not granting them hermaph-roditic status, he would have understood the confusion because only female spotted hyenas display the suite of
BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION 56, 1301-1306 (1997) Pattern and Source of Secretion of Relaxin in the Reproductive Cycle of the Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta)'
FACTSHEET SPOTTED HYENA Scientific Name: Crocuta crocuta Habitat: Spotted Hyena are found in Africa in countries such as Chad, Sudan,
1 Lessons Learned From Spotted Hyenas A Scientific Synopsis of the Berkeley Hyena Project Stephen E. Glickman, PhD. Director of the Field Station for the Study of Behavior, Ecology, and Reproduction, and Professor Emeritus,
FACTSHEET Habitat: Spotted Hyena are found in Africa in countries such as Chad, Sudan, Angola, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. They prefer grasslands inhabited by their herbivorous (plant-eating) prey.
Lifetime selection on a hypoallometric size trait in the spotted hyena Eli M. Swanson1,*, Ian Dworkin1,2 and Kay E. Holekamp1,2 Author Affiliations
reproductive strategies in the spotted hyena. In Reproduction in Context. K. Wallen and J. Schneider (Eds). MIT Press. Cambridge. MA. Pp. 257-285. Holekamp, K.E. and L. Smale (2000). A hostile homecoming. Pages 118-121 in:
554 BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION 73, 554–564 (2005) Published online before print 25 May 2005. DOI 10.1095/biolreprod.105.041129 The Ontogeny of the Urogenital System of the Spotted Hyena
hyena and thus the lifestyle, reproduction and social behavior are similar. Striped hyena are found in northern, western and eastern Africa, ... Differences between striped and spotted hyena Adaptations for digesting bones, horns, etc
Hans Kruuk (1972). The Spotted Hyena. A Study of Predation and Social Behalvior. Pp. xiv+336 ... Kruuk has studied the spotted hyaena and its main prey ... The publishers have not matched his efforts, for the standards of reproduction of photo- graphs and text-figures are lamentable. H. N ...
Department of Zoology, Michigan State University, East Lansing Reconciliation in the Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta) Soﬁa A. Wahaj, Kevin R. Guse & Kay E. Holekamp
Keywords Spotted hyena · Crocuta · Association patterns · Male mate choice Introduction ... Lindeque M (1981) Reproduction in the spotted hyenaCrocuta crocuta (Erxleben). MSc thesis, University of Pretoria Marshall TC, Slate J, Kruuk LEB, Pemberton JM (1998) Statisti-
Keywords Spotted hyena. Crocuta * Association patterns . Male mate choice ... Reproduction in the spotted hyena Crocuta . crocuta (Erxleben). Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 230:1-78 . Melnick DJ, Pearl MC (1987) Cercopithecines in multimale
FIGURE 2. An excited group of juvenile spotted hyenas (note the erect tails). One hyena, in the center of the group. has just regurgitated some appropriately odoriferous material and the
Lifetime selection on a hypoallometric size trait in the spotted hyena Eli M. Swanson1,*, Ian Dworkin1,2 and Kay E. Holekamp1,2 1Department of Zoology, Michigan State University, 203 Natural Science, East Lansing, MI 48824, USA
The present study focuses on the spotted hyena Crocuta crocuta, a social carnivore known for its complex female-dominated society. ... Ecology, and Reproduction (FSSBER) at the University of California, Berkeley. Currently, this colony houses 26
hyena, Hyaena hyaena; brown hyena, H. brunnea; and spotted hyena, Crocuta crocuta. An additional hyaenid, the aardwolf, ... If breeding does occur, reproduction usually ceases long before either animal is old, the male showing little interest in mating.
status, reproduction, feeding habits and body measurements of the 28 mammalian carnivores known to occur in the Cape Province. ... Kalahari Gemsbok National Park; lion Panthera leo, cheetah Acinonyx jubatus and the spotted hyena Crocuta crocuta.
Sex and ReproductionSex and Reproduction GENETIC SEX DETERMINATIONGENETIC SEX DETERMINATION • X and Y chromosomes determine genetic sex (Female is XX and Male is XY)sex ... Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta) •Males and females look identical
Palaeopopulations of Late Pleistocene top predators in Europe – Ice Age spotted hyenas and steppe lions in battle and competition about prey
Reproduction 132: 649- 659. doi:10.1530/rep.1.01120, http://www.reproduction-online.org (accessed April 22, 2009). ... System of the Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta Erxleben): a Functional Histological Study.” Journal of Morphology 256:
Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta) •Males and females look identical •Females are 10% larger than males and are more aggressive •engage in "greeting" displays that entail lifting their legs and exposing erect
reproduction in the female spotted hyena. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 108:229–237. James W H, Hofer H. 1999. A note on sex ratios and sex combinations in Serengeti spotted hyaenas: siblicide and sub-binomial variance. AppliedAnimal
Subordinate Males (no reproduction, responsible for helping to raise young) •Brown Hyena clans exhibit social structures unique for a ... brunnea and the Spotted Hyena Crocuta crocuta in the Southern Kalahari. Supplement to Koedoe, 1984: 237-247.
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF THE STRIPED HYENA (Hyaena hyaena) by Aaron Parker Wagner A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree
REPRODUCTION Biology of Reproduction Highlights Official Journal of the Society for the Study of Reproduction SEPTEMBER 2005 VOLUME 73 NUMBER 3 389 390 396 404 ... In the spotted hyena, phallic size is androgen-independent, ...
All other uses, reproduction and distribution, including without limitation commercial reprints, selling or licensing copies or access, ... Spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta) 0.51/3.997 0.297 1.76/13.76 1.5/10.5 81.2 1.25/8.75 Striped hyena ...
which spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta) cubs are nursed and ... promoting individual survival and/or reproduction at the expense of siblings.” Siblicide (also termed brood reduc-tion) falls within this definition and is a phenomenon that
ing zones and the national parks, and no difference in leopard and spotted hyena densities in the respec-tive areas. ... reproduction and survival deep into the park (Davidson et al., 2011;Loveridgeetal.,2007).Intheseareasestimatingliondensities
Timonin et al. Reproduction 2006 * SD LD Ovarian AMH Summary. Whereas AMH is higher in SD than LD ovaries,-SD ovaries are smaller and structures that produce AMH might be poorly vascularized.- ... “The female spotted hyena is unique among mammals
ness and reproduction in Hyaena are shared with many of the more social carnivores, proto-social carnivores, and primates. ... of spotted hyena Crocuta crocuta, microsatellite loci. Molecular Ecology Notes, 3, 360–362.
diet, reproduction, hunting strategy etc. In some cases, incidents were ‘reconstructed’ as a play, ... Two men had visited a zoo with spotted hyena, but when asked to select its picture they pointed at the image of striped hyena instead.
Reproduction: The gestation period for giraffes is between 14-15 months. ... are vulnerable and cannot defend themselves from usually lion and the spotted hyena. Giraffes are hunted for their meat, coat and tails. The tail is prized for good luck bracelets, fly whisks
4 aggression, as well as the basis of “masculinization” of the external genitalia of female spotted hyena, which occurs in utero . In nature, the dominance hierarchies described above determine priority of access to food.
Social organization of the spotted hyena Crocuta crocuta. II. Dominance and reproduction. Animal Behaviour, 34, 1510-1527. • What is the correlation between wins and cubs born? • What is the correlation between wins and one-year cub survival?
Spotted hyena occupancy was in uenced by 6 variables, lions by 5 variables, baboon by 4 variables, wildcat by 3 variables, 6 species ... devoted to foraging and reproduction (and care of young) and re-sponses to restrictions imposed by competitors.
Striped hyena Aardwolf Brown hyena Spotted hyena Hyena feeding spotted hyaenas pack hunting and striped hyaenas scavenging brown hyaenas: ... Mustelid Reproduction: • Ovulation is induced by copulation in some species. • Delayed implantation ...
The spotted hyena dis-plays similar, but more pronounced, maternal effects on offspring phenotype. In this species, the female’s clitoris is hypertrophied, resembling the male’s penis. ... reproduction and thermoregulation, integration of both systems may occur here.
living Spotted hyena. Time will tell if this analysis is valid. The Langebaanweg hyenas do not all occur together in the same depositional ... Reproduction Conservation status Interesting facts Picture included Map RUBRIC – FACT SHEET Performance Indicator Levels No title
No further reproduction is authorized without written permission from Elsevier. This version of the document is not the version of record. Figures and/or pictures may be ... spotted hyena subsample was produced by captive animals at the Berkeley hyena colony.
Spotted Hyena 7/7/09 During a visit to top up one of the waterholes there was the very welcome sight of a spotted hyena further up the road. The hyena didn’t give the volunteers much time so sadly no pictures were obtained. ... Reproduction ...
not been observed, but may occur on pups by Spotted Hyena, Golden Jackal and large eagles. LIFESPAN . 12 years in the wild. Status and Threats . ... Reproduction and Demography . Breeding generally seasonal, most strongly in arid C Australia. Mating
housed at the Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species of the San Diego Wild Animal Park in Escondido, CA. ... in a male spotted hyena (Crocuta crocutta - hyenas are not canids, but are a related carnivore) after relocation to a new enclosure.
• Predators are the spotted hyena, cheetah, leopard, and wild dog. Jackals have been seen attacking fawns. ... Reproduction and mating usually peak in the periods December to February and August through September in East Africa.
from the spotted hyena, normal and mutant mice Speaker: L. Baskin - Gonadal development and tumour risk Speaker: M. Cools ... Reproduction, Copenhagen, Denmark Christa Flück Inselspital, Univeritätsklinik für Kinderheilkunde, Bern, Switzerland
5.2 Activity in relation to reproduction 117 5.3 Objectives 118 5.4 Methods 5.4.1 Diet assessment 118 5.4.2 Lion ... 1.4 Comparative social system of the striped, brown and spotted hyena 1.5 Description of location and habitat of twelve well documented lion habitats of