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2004 journal article

Serum lipid concentrations in six canid and four ursid species in four zoos

JOURNAL OF ZOO AND WILDLIFE MEDICINE, 35(1), 34–39.

By: S. Crissey*, K. Ange, K. Slifka, W. Sadler, S. Kahn & A. Ward

Contributors: S. Crissey*, K. Ange, K. Slifka, W. Sadler, S. Kahn & A. Ward

author keywords: canids; HDL cholesterol; LDL cholesterol; lipids; triacylglycerides; ursids
MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Zoo; Carnivora / blood; Cholesterol / blood; Cholesterol, HDL / blood; Cholesterol, LDL / blood; Dogs / blood; Female; Foxes / blood; Lipids / blood; Male; Reference Values; Species Specificity; Triglycerides / blood; Ursidae / blood; Wolves / blood
TL;DR: Although the results showed a great variation among species, circulating lipids appeared especially high, sometimes extremely so, in the spectacled bears, polar bears, sun bears, and maned wolves compared with all other species sampled. (via Semantic Scholar)
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14. Life Below Water (OpenAlex)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2003 journal article

Serum concentrations of lipids, vitamin D metabolites, retinol, retinyl esters, tocopherols and selected carotenoids in twelve captive wild felid species at four zoos

JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, 133(1), 160–166.

By: S. Crissey*, K. Ange*, K. Jacobsen*, K. Slifka n, P. Bowen*, M. Stacewicz-Sapuntzakis*, C. Langman*, W. Sadler, S. Kahn*, A. Ward*

Contributors: S. Crissey*, K. Ange*, K. Jacobsen*, K. Slifka n, P. Bowen*, M. Stacewicz-Sapuntzakis*, C. Langman*, W. Sadler, S. Kahn*, A. Ward*

author keywords: Felis; lipids; vitamin A; vitamin D; vitamin E
MeSH headings : Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena; Animals; Animals, Zoo / blood; Carotenoids / blood; Lipids / blood; Species Specificity; Tocopherols / blood; Vitamin A / blood; Vitamin D / blood; Vitamin D / metabolism
TL;DR: Serum concentrations of several nutrients were measured in 12 captive wild felid species including caracal, cheetah, cougar, fishing cat, leopard, lion, ocelot, pallas cat, sand cat, serval, snow leopard and tiger to provide a substantial base for comparing the serum nutrient concentrations of healthy animals. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

1999 journal article

Intake, digestibility, and passage of a commercially designed diet by two Propithecus species

American Journal of Primatology, 48(3), 237–246.

By: J. Campbell n, J. Eisemann n, K. Glander* & S. Crissey*

TL;DR: Results obtained indicate no difference in digestibility nor digesta passage between species, and that both Propithecus species were similar to other post‐gastric folivores. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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