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Canadian Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0008-4301, 2019, Volume 97, Issue 6, pp. 495 - 501
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Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, ISSN 0177-5103, 2019, Volume 132, Issue 3, pp. 221 - 227
An adult male snapping turtle with marked palpebral edema and multifocal skin ulceration was found alive in a marsh in southern Ontario in summer 2017. The... 
Chelydra serpentina | FV3 | Reptile | Ranavirus | Snapping turtle | TORTOISES | PREVALENCE | TERRAPENE-CAROLINA-CAROLINA | BOX TURTLES | FISHERIES | IRIDOVIRUS | DISEASE | FISH | VETERINARY SCIENCES | INFECTION | Spleen | Reptiles | Splenomegaly | Edema | Marshes | Liver | Mortality | Viruses | Infections | Conjunctivitis | Morbidity | Necrosis | Polymerase chain reaction | Stomatitis | Infectious diseases | Vasculitis | Autopsy | Wildlife | Host range | Turtles | Skin | Rehabilitation | Lesions
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Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, ISSN 1042-7260, 03/2019, Volume 50, Issue 1, pp. 82 - 88
Entanglement in or ingestion of fishing gear is a common cause of morbidity and mortality in chelonians. Commercial and recreational fishing activities exert... 
Chelydra serpentina | Fishhook | Snapping turtle | Prefemoral | Gastrotomy | Celiotomy | MORTALITY | LOGGERHEAD SEA-TURTLES | prefemoral | MACROCHELYS | MARINE DEBRIS | FISHING GEAR | snapping turtle | DEBRIS INGESTION | FRESH-WATER TURTLES | gastrotomy | CARETTA-CARETTA | MORBIDITY | fishhook | VETERINARY SCIENCES | CELOMIC CAVITY
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Chemosphere, ISSN 0045-6535, 2011, Volume 85, Issue 5, pp. 820 - 825
► Snapping turtle eggs placed in soil treated with 10 pesticides. ► Most pesticides were absorbed into eggs. ► Absorption increased over time. ► Pesticides... 
Absorption | Turtle eggs | Chelydra | Pesticides | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | SEX DETERMINATION | TOXICITY | INCUBATION | EXCHANGE | ORGANOCHLORINE CONTAMINANTS | EXPOSURE | Eggs - analysis | Insecticides - chemistry | Animals | Insecticides - metabolism | Solubility | Soil - analysis | Turtles - metabolism | Turtles
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 1/2005, Volume 265, Issue 1, pp. 81 - 95
Sex ratios of the American snapping turtle Chelydra serpentina are female‐biased at cool temperatures, male‐biased at moderate temperatures, and only females... 
Chelydra serpentina | environmental sex determination | sex ratio evolution | nest site selection | climate change | Nest site selection | Climate change | Environmental sex determination | Sex ratio evolution | CHRYSEMYS-PICTA | NEST-SITE SELECTION | RATIO | DETERMINING MECHANISMS | CARETTA-CARETTA | ZOOLOGY | HATCHLING SEX | GROWTH | INCUBATION-TEMPERATURE | REPTILES | PAINTED TURTLES
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Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, ISSN 1042-7260, 06/2016, Volume 47, Issue 2, pp. 501 - 507
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Canadian Field-Naturalist, ISSN 0008-3550, 07/2017, Volume 131, Issue 3, pp. 254 - 257
Rarely observed predatory behaviour of adult Snapping Turtles (Chelydra serpentina) was recorded using remote video technology. We observed turtles inspecting... 
Chelydra serpentina | Snapping Turtle ram-feeding | Nesting Pumpkinseed | Remote video recording | Predator prey interaction | Lepomis gibbosus | Fish embryos | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | ECOLOGY
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 3/2005, Volume 265, Issue 3, pp. 235 - 267
Patterns of formation and sequence of ossification of the entire skeleton are described for the snapping turtle Chelydra serpentina, based on new and... 
Chelydra serpentina | osteology | turtles | development | Chelydridae | ossification | chondrification | Chondrification | Development | Turtles | Ossification | Osteology | PELOMEDUSIDAE | CRANIUM | DEPENDENT SEX DETERMINATION | PATTERNS | PAIRED FINS | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | NORMAL EMBRYONIC STAGES | TURTLE | TRIONYCHIDAE
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Canadian Field-Naturalist, ISSN 0008-3550, 04/2015, Volume 129, Issue 2, pp. 189 - 193
Ictalurid catfishes have sharp spines on their dorsal and pectoral fins that can be hazardous to predators. The pectoral spines may lock in an abducted... 
Brown Bullhead | Chelydra serpentina | Snapping Turtle | Prey handling | Diet | Algonquin Provincial Park | Ameiurus nebulosus | Pectoral spine | Prey defense | Predator prey interactions | Predators | Predation
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Biology Open, ISSN 2046-6390, 04/2016, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp. 443 - 451
The ontogeny of endothermy in birds is associated with disproportionate growth of thermogenic organs and increased mitochondrial oxidative capacity. However,... 
Mitochondria | Alligator | Endothermy | Hatchling | Ontogeny | Chelydra | Metabolism
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Journal of Comparative Pathology, ISSN 0021-9975, 11/2012, Volume 147, Issue 4, pp. 574 - 576
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