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John Hoogland
John Hoogland
Professor of Biology, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Appalachian Lab
E-mail megerősítve itt: al.umces.edu
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Sexual dimorphisms and breeding systems in pinnipeds, ungulates, primates, and humans
RD Alexander, JL Hoogland, RD Howard, KM Noonan, PW Sherman
Evolutionary biology and human social behavior: An anthropological …, 1979
9671979
The black-tailed prairie dog: social life of a burrowing mammal
JL Hoogland
University of Chicago Press, 1995
9581995
Advantages and disadvantages of bank swallow (Riparia riparia) coloniality
JL Hoogland, PW Sherman
Ecological Monographs 46 (1), 33-58, 1976
6721976
Population genetics meets behavioral ecology
DW Sugg, RK Chesser, FS Dobson, JL Hoogland
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 11 (8), 338-342, 1996
3901996
The evolution of coloniality in white‐tailed and black‐tailed prairie dogs (Sciuridae: Cynomys leucurus and C. ludovicianus)
JL Hoogland
Ecology 62 (1), 252-272, 1981
3221981
Aggression, ectoparasitism, and other possible costs of prairie dog (Sciuridae, Cynomys spp.) coloniality
JL Hoogland
Behaviour, 1-35, 1979
2401979
Prairie dogs avoid extreme inbreeding
JL Hoogland
Science 215 (4540), 1639-1641, 1982
2331982
Nepotism and alarm calling in the black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus)
JL Hoogland
Animal Behaviour 31 (2), 472-479, 1983
2021983
Infanticide in prairie dogs: lactating females kill offspring of close kin
JL Hoogland
Science 230 (4729), 1037-1040, 1985
2011985
The effect of colony size on individual alertness of prairie dogs (Sciuridae: Cynomys spp.)
JL Hoogland
Animal Behaviour 27, 394-407, 1979
1751979
Why do female Gunnison's prairie dogs copulate with more than one male?
JL Hoogland
Animal behaviour 55 (2), 351-359, 1998
1651998
The role of prairie dogs as a keystone species: response to Stapp
B Miller, R Reading, J Hoogland, T Clark, G Ceballos, R List, S Forrest, ...
Conservation Biology 14 (1), 318-321, 2000
1462000
Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: saving North America's western grasslands
J Hoogland
Island Press, 2013
1222013
Do black‐tailed prairie dogs minimize inbreeding?
FS Dobson, RK Chesser, JL Hoogland, DW Sugg, DW Foltz
Evolution 51 (3), 970-978, 1997
1101997
The prairie dog as a keystone species
NB Kotliar, BJ Miller, RP Reading, TW Clark, JL Hoogland
Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: saving North America’s western …, 2006
1042006
Levels of inbreeding among prairie dogs
JL Hoogland
The American Naturalist 139 (3), 591-602, 1992
1021992
Nepotism and cooperative breeding in the black-tailed prairie dog (Sciuridae: Cynomys ludovicianus)
JL Hoogland
Natural selection and social behavior, 283-310, 1981
1001981
Variance in male and female reproductive success in a harem-polygynous mammal, the black-tailed prairie dog (Sciuridae: Cynomys ludovicianus)
JL Hoogland, DW Foltz
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 11, 155-163, 1982
981982
Demographic differences between an old and a new colony of black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus)
MG Garrett, JL Hoogland, WL Franklin
American Midland Naturalist, 51-59, 1982
971982
Prairie dogs: an ecological review and current biopolitics
BJ Miller, RP Reading, DE Biggins, JK Detling, SC Forrest, JL Hoogland, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (8), 2801-2810, 2007
952007
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