Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Bats - Disease-Prone but Beneficial

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Heimo Mikkola
Heimo Mikkola

University of Eastern Finland,
Finland

Published20 April 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.95729

ISBN978-1-80355-013-8

Print ISBN978-1-80355-012-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-80355-014-5

Copyright year2022

Number of pages150

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Table of Contents

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840
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4. Bats and Ecosystem Management

By Kareem M. Soliman and Wiame W. Emam

720
5. Diversity and Conservation of Bats in Jordan

By Zuhair S. Amr, Omar A. Abed and Mohammad Abu Baker

464
7. Roost-Tier Preference in Roost-Trees: A Case Study in the Bats Pteropus giganteus

By Susanta Mallick, Asif Hossain and Srimanta Kumar Raut

243

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