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Published by Clarendon Press .
Written in English


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Statementby D. Lack.
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The natural regulation of animal numbers. by. Lack, David Lambert. Publication date. Topics. Animal populations, Bird populations. Publisher. Oxford: Clarendon Press. The natural regulation of animal numbers: Author: David Lack: Edition: 3: Publisher: Clarendon Press, ISBN: , Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote.   Natural Regulation of Animal Populations book. Natural Regulation of Animal Populations. Regulation of Animal Numbers. A Model Counter-Example. With S. Horn Henry. View abstract. chapter 5 | 11 pages Effects of Population Density on Growth Rates of Animal Populations. With T. Tanner James.   Federal regulations and the. Guide for the Care and Use of Animals (Guide) require that Principal Investigators (PIs) provide justification for the total number of animals proposed for use in research and teaching. The ACUC is charged with evaluating the number of animals and the justification for those numbers. This assessment is essential.

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