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  • Feeding and physiological energetics of the littoral Tellinoidea of Dublin Bay 

    DANIELS, LINDA CHARLOTTE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Natural Sciences. Discipline of Zoology, 2018)
    The littoral Tellinoids, marine bivalve clams, are an important component of the Dublin Bay ecosystem, comprising a third of benthic macrofaunal biomass and providing a key conduit in the flow of energy through the system. ...
  • The impact of roadworks on the ranging behaviour of European badgers (Meles meles) 

    GAUGHRAN, AOIBHEANN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Natural Sciences. Discipline of Zoology, 2018)
    The European badger (Meles meles), one of Ireland’s most iconic native species, acts as a wildlife reservoir of Mycobacterium bovis, the causative agent of tuberculosis in cattle. Badgers have been implicated in the spread ...
  • The multidemsionality of ecological stability 

    YANG, QIANG (Trinity College Dublin. School of Natural Sciences. Discipline of Zoology, 2018)
    Ecological stability is a multifaceted concept, incorporating components such as variability, resistance, resilience, persistence, and robustness. Understanding and predicting the relationships among these many components ...
  • A mechanistic basis for the mechanical regulation of skeletal development 

    SHEA, CLAIRE ANN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Natural Sciences. Discipline of Zoology, 2018)
    Movement is essential to embryonic skeletal development. In humans, Foetal Akinesia Deformation Syndrome results when inhibited movement causes joint contractures and weakened bones susceptible to fracture. Differentiation ...
  • Super-ranging. A new ranging strategy in European badgers. 

    MARPLES, NICOLA; KELLY, DAVID (2018)

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