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Apollonio, M.; Mattioli, L.; Scandura, M.; Mauri, L.; Gazzola, A.; Avanzinelli, E. Wolves in the Casentinesi Forests: insights for wolf conservation in Italy from a protected area with a rich wild prey community 2004 Biol Conserv 6475 120 details   doi
Apple, J.K.; Kegley, E.B.; Galloway, D.L.; Wistuba, T.J.; Rakes, L.K. Duration of restraint and isolation stress as a model to study the dark-cutting condition in cattle 2005 Journal of Animal Science 2948 83 1202-1214 details   url
Apple, J.K.; Kegley, E.B.; Galloway, D.L.; Wistuba, T.J.; Rakes, L.K.; Yancey, J.W.S. Treadmill exercise is not an effective methodology for producing the dark-cutting condition in young cattle 2006 Journal of Animal Science 2947 84 3079-3088 details   url
Appleby M. Consciousness, Cognition and Animal Welfare – J.K. Kirkwood, R.C. Hubrecht, S. Wickens, H. O'Leary, S. Oakley (Eds.), Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 2001, 251 pp., Paperback, Supplement to Volume 10 of Animal Welfare, 15/US$ 30, ISSN 0962-7286 2002 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 3485 77 239-241 details   doi
Appleby, M. Consciousness, Cognition and Animal Welfare: J.K. Kirkwood, R.C. Hubrecht, S. Wickens, H. O'Leary, S. Oakley (Eds.), Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 2001, 251 pp., Paperback, Supplement to Volume 10 of Animal Welfare, [pound sign]15/US$ 30, ISSN 0962-7286 2002 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 2905 77 239-241 details   url
Appleby, M.C. The probability of linearity in hierarchies 1983 Animal Behaviour. 4286 31 600-608 details   doi
Appleby, M.C. Social Rank and Food Access in Red Deer Stags 1980 Behaviour 4860 74 294-309 details   doi
Araba, B.D.; Crowell-Davis, S.L. Dominance relationships and aggression of foals (Equus caballus) 1994 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 790 41 1-25 details   doi
Arakawa, H.; Arakawa, K.; Blanchard, D.C.; Blanchard, R.J. A new test paradigm for social recognition evidenced by urinary scent marking behavior in C57BL/6J mice 2008 Behavioural Brain Research 4639 190 97-104 details   doi
Archer M, Preliminary studies on the palatability of grasses, legumes and herbs to horses 1971 Vet Rec 898 89 236-240 details   openurl
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