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The park that protects the Panama Canalv. 18No. 142–46
Smythe, Nicholas. 1984. "The park that protects the Panama Canal." Oryx 18 (1):42-46.
ID: 106183
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
The production and transport of charcoal formed during agricultural burning in Central Panamav. 9No. 5311–313
Suman, Daniel. 1984. "The production and transport of charcoal formed during agricultural burning in Central Panama." Interciencia 9 (5):311-313.
ID: 106182
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
The ecological role of the Callitrichidae: a reviewv. 64No. 4Wiley-Blackwell419–449
Sussman, R. W. and Kinzey, W. G. 1984. "The ecological role of the Callitrichidae: a review." American Journal of Physical Anthropology 64 (4):419-449.
ID: 106181
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Functional morphology of intertidal seaweeds: adaptive significance of aggregate vs. solitary formsv. 18295–302
Taylor, Phillip R. and Hay, Mark E. 1984. "Functional morphology of intertidal seaweeds: adaptive significance of aggregate vs. solitary forms." Marine Ecology Progress Series 18:295-302.
ID: 106180
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Polygyny in the Neotropical termite Nasutitermes corniger: life history consequences of queen mutualismv. 18295–302
Thorne, Barbara L. 1984. "Polygyny in the Neotropical termite Nasutitermes corniger: life history consequences of queen mutualism." Behavioral Ecology Progress Series 18:295-302.
ID: 106179
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Avian methods of feeding on Bursera simaruba (Burseraceae) fruits in Panamav. 101No. 1American Ornithologists’ Union193–195
Trainter, Jill M. and Will, Tom C. 1984. "Avian methods of feeding on Bursera simaruba (Burseraceae) fruits in Panama." The Auk 101 (1):193-195.
ID: 106178
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Microbes, herbivory and the evolution of social behaviorv. 106No. 2157–169
Troyer, Katherine. 1984. "Microbes, herbivory and the evolution of social behavior." Journal of theoretical biology 106 (2):157-169.
ID: 106175
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Behavioral acquisition of the hindgut fermentation system by hatchling Iguana iguanav. 14No. 189-193
Troyer, Katherine. 1984. "Behavioral acquisition of the hindgut fermentation system by hatchling Iguana iguana." Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 14 (189-193):
ID: 106177
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Structure and function of the digestive tract of a herbivorous lizard Iguana iguanav. 57No. 1University of Chicago Press1–8
Troyer, Katherine. 1984. "Structure and function of the digestive tract of a herbivorous lizard Iguana iguana." Physiological Zoology 57 (1):1-8.
ID: 106174
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Diet selection and digestion in Iguana iguana: the importance of age and nutrient requirementsv. 61No. 2201–207
Troyer, Katherine. 1984. "Diet selection and digestion in Iguana iguana: the importance of age and nutrient requirements." Oecologia 61 (2):201-207.
ID: 106176
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Coral reef fish larvae: patch size estimation and mixing in the planktonv. 291116–1119
Victor, Benjamin C. 1984. "Coral reef fish larvae: patch size estimation and mixing in the plankton." Limnology and Oceanography 29:1116-1119.
ID: 106173
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Mating behavior and hermaphroditism in coral reef fishesv. 72No. 2128–136
Warner, Robert R. 1984. "Mating behavior and hermaphroditism in coral reef fishes." American Scientist 72 (2):128-136.
ID: 106171
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Deferred reproduction as a response to sexual selection in a coral reef fish: a test of the life history consequencesv. 38148–161
Warner, Robert R. 1984. "Deferred reproduction as a response to sexual selection in a coral reef fish: a test of the life history consequences." Evolution 38:148-161.
ID: 106172
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Interactions betweem functional groups in soft-substrata: Do species differences matter?v. 80No. 111–28
Weinberg, James R. 1984. "Interactions betweem functional groups in soft-substrata: Do species differences matter?." Journal of Marine Biology and Ecology 80 (1):11-28.
ID: 106170
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Vocal communication in a neotropical treefrog, Hyla ebraccata: advertisement callsv. 32No. 2Elsevier405–420
Wells, Kentwood D. and Schwartz, Joshua J. 1984. "Vocal communication in a neotropical treefrog, Hyla ebraccata: advertisement calls." Animal Behaviour 32 (2):405-420.
ID: 106169
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Research on management of an endangered species in Panama: the green iguanav. 211–2
Werner, Dagmar. 1984. "Research on management of an endangered species in Panama: the green iguana." Biological Conservation Newsletter 21:1-2.
ID: 106167
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
La iguana verde: un animal sin vozNo. 210–11
Werner, Dagmar. 1984. "La iguana verde: un animal sin voz." Boletin Harpia August (2): 10-11.
ID: 106168
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Artificial nests for female green iguanasv. 15No. 257–58
Werner, Dagmar and Miller, Tracy. 1984. "Artificial nests for female green iguanas." Herp Review 15 (2):57-58.
ID: 106166
Type: article
Keywords: STRI
Sexual selection, competitive communication and species specific signals in insectsv. 12Acedemic Press283–324
West-Eberhard, Mary Jane. 1984. "Sexual selection, competitive communication and species specific signals in insects." in Insect Communication (Proceedings of the 12th Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, edited by Trevor, Lewis., 283-324. Acedemic Press.
ID: 106165
Type: chapter
Keywords: STRI
The birds of the Republic of Panamá. Part 3. Passeriformes: Hirundinidae (Swallows) to Fringillidae (Finches)v. 150, Part 4Smithsonian Institution Press670
Wetmore, Alexander, Pasquier, Roger F., and Olson, Storrs L. 1984. The birds of the Republic of Panamá. Part 3. Passeriformes: Hirundinidae (Swallows) to Fringillidae (Finches). Smithsonian Institution Press.
ID: 106164
Type: book
Keywords: STRI