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1. Cutaneous Lesions in Cetaceans: An Indicator of Ecosystem Status?

By Marnel Mouton and Alfred Botha

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

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2. “Test Tube Cetaceans”: From the Evaluation of Susceptibility to the Study of Genotoxic Effects of Different Environmental Contaminants Using Cetacean Fibroblast Cell Cultures

By Letizia Marsili, Silvia Maltese, Daniele Coppola, Ilaria Caliani, Laura Carletti, Matteo Giannetti, Tommaso Campani, Matteo Baini, Cristina Panti, Silvia Casini and M. Cristina Fossi

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

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3. Uruguayan Pinnipeds (Arctocephalus australis and Otaria flavescens): Evidence of Influenza Virus and Mycobacterium pinnipedii Infections

By Juan Arbiza, Andrea Blanc, Miguel Castro-Ramos, Helena Katz, Alberto Ponce de León and Mario Clara

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

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1. Cutaneous Lesions in Cetaceans: An Indicator of Ecosystem Status?

By Marnel Mouton and Alfred Botha

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

2. When Whales Became Mammals: The Scientific Journey of Cetaceans From Fish to Mammals in the History of Science

By Aldemaro Romero

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

3. Yankee Whaling in the Caribbean Basin: Its Impact in a Historical Context

By Aldemaro Romero

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

4. Portuguese Sealing and Whaling Activities as Contributions to Understand Early Northeast Atlantic Environmental History of Marine Mammals

By Cristina Brito

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

5. Skin Biopsy Applications in Free Ranging Marine Mammals: A Case Study of Whale Skin Biopsies as a Valuable and Essential Tool for Studying Marine Mammal Toxicology and Conservation

By Catherine F. Wise, John Pierce Wise, Jr., Sandra S. Wise and John Pierce Wise, Sr

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

6. “Test Tube Cetaceans”: From the Evaluation of Susceptibility to the Study of Genotoxic Effects of Different Environmental Contaminants Using Cetacean Fibroblast Cell Cultures

By Letizia Marsili, Silvia Maltese, Daniele Coppola, Ilaria Caliani, Laura Carletti, Matteo Giannetti, Tommaso Campani, Matteo Baini, Cristina Panti, Silvia Casini and M. Cristina Fossi

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

7. Uruguayan Pinnipeds (Arctocephalus australis and Otaria flavescens): Evidence of Influenza Virus and Mycobacterium pinnipedii Infections

By Juan Arbiza, Andrea Blanc, Miguel Castro-Ramos, Helena Katz, Alberto Ponce de León and Mario Clara

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

8. Assessing Biomagnification and Trophic Transport of Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Food Chain of the Galapagos Sea Lion (Zalophus wollebaeki): Conservation and Management Implications

By Juan José Alava and Frank A.P.C. Gobas

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

9. Host-Virus Specificity of the Morbillivirus Receptor, SLAM, in Marine Mammals: Risk Assessment of Infection Based on Three-Dimensional Models

By Kazue Ohishi, Rintaro Suzuki and Tadashi Maruyama

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals

10. A Matrix Model of Fasting Metabolism in Northern Elephant Seal Pups

By Edward O. Keith

Part of book: New Approaches to the Study of Marine Mammals