Bovidae — Literature

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References

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  • Essop, M. F., E. H. Harley, and I. Baumgarten. 1997. A molecular phylogeny of some Bovidae based on restriction-site mapping of mitochondrial DNA. Journal of Mammalogy 78:377-386.
  • Estes, R. 1991. The behavior guide to African mammals: including hoofed mammals, carnivores, primates. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
  • Ezenwa, V., A. Jolles. 2008. Horns Honestly Advertise Parasite Infection in Male and Female African Buffalo. Animal Behavior, 75: 2073-2021.
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  • Frey, R., A. Gebler, G. Fritsch. 2006. Arctic Roars: Laryngeal Anatomy and Vocalization of the Muskok (Ovibus moschatus Zimmermann, 1780 Bovidae). Journal of Zoology, 268: 433-438.
  • Frey, R., I. Volodin, E. Volodina. 2007. A Nose That Roars: Anatomical Specializations and Behavioral Features of Rutting Male Saiga. Journal of Anatomy, 211: 717-736.
  • Gatesy, J. and P. Arctander. 2000. Hidden morphological support for the phylogenetic placement of Pseudoryx nghetinhensis with bovine bovids: a combined analysis of gross anatomical evidence and DNA sequences from five genes. Systematic Biology 49:515-538.
  • Gatesy, J., D. Yelon, R. Desalle, and E. S. Vrba. 1992. Phylogeny of the Bovidae (Artiodactyla, Mammalia), based on mitochondrial ribosomal DNA sequences. Molecular Biology and Evolution 9:433-446.
  • Gatesy, J., G. Amato, E. S. Vrba, G. Schaller, and R. Desalle. 1997. A cladistic analysis of mitochondrial ribosomal DNA from the Bovidae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 7:303-319.
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  • Gentry, A. W. 1978. Bovidae. Pages 540-572 in Evolution of African Mammals. V. J. Maglio and H. B. S. Cooke, eds. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.
  • Gentry, A. W. 1990. Evolution and dispersal of African Bovidae. Pages 195-227 in Horns, Pronghorns, and Antlers. G. A. Bubenik and A. B. Bubenik, eds. Springer-Verlag, New York.
  • Gentry, A. W. 1992. The subfamilies and tribes of the family Bovidae. Mammal Review 22:1-32.
  • Gentry, A. W. 2000. Caprinae and Hippotragini (Bovidae, Mammalia) in the Upper Miocene. Pages 65-83 in Antelopes, Deer, and Relatives. E. S. Vrba and G. B. Schaller, eds. Yale University Press, New Haven.
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  • Kingdon, J. 1982. East African Mammals: Part D. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
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  • Lundrigan, B. 1996. Morphology of horns and fighting behavior in the family Bovidae. Journal of Mammalogy 77:462-475.
  • Mallon, D. 2010. "Caprinae (Sheep, goats, and relatives)" (On-line). Grzimek's Animal Life. Accessed April 05, 2011 at http://animals.galegroup.com/web/grzimeks/animals/Caprinae?searchTerms=Caprinae.
  • Marty, J. 2005. Effects of Cattle Grazing on Diversity in Ephemeral Wetlands. Conservation Biology, 19: 1626-1632.
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  • Matthee, C. A. and T. J. Robinson. 1999. Cytochrome b phylogeny of the family bovidae: resolution within the Alcelaphini, Antilopini, Neotragini, and Tragelaphini. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 12:31-46.
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