Researchers will study how human activity, such as landscape changes, impacts the health and reproduction of African forest elephants.
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Researchers will investigate a nonsurgical method for suppressing hormone production in birds as a permanent solution for reproductive-related diseases.
Researchers will develop a noninvasive pregnancy test for conservation management of multiple wildlife species, including African lion, dama gazelle and maned wolf.
Researchers will investigate whether reproductive disease in southern stingrays is linked to obesity.
Researchers will investigate the mechanisms influencing egg production success in endangered cranes to enhance conservation breeding and reintroduction programs.
Researchers will investigate the effectiveness of a contraceptive vaccine to manage overpopulation of free-roaming cats.
Researchers will evaluate the role of symbiotic algae in controlling reproduction of sea anemone hosts.