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Reproduction, Fertility and Development
Volume 9 Number 1 1997
Fertility Control for Wildlife Management


Fertility control of mammal pests and the conservation of endangered marsupials 

A. R. E. Sinclair

pp. 1-16

  
 


Managing problem wildlife in the ‘Old World’: a veterinary perspective 

M. Artois

pp. 17-26

  
 


Australian and New Zealand mammal species considered to be pests or problems 

P. E. Cowan and C. H. Tyndale-Biscoe

pp. 27-36

  
 


Discussion session: Problem species 


pp. 37-40

  
 


Can foxes be controlled by reducing their fertility? 

R. Pech, G. M. Hood, J. McIlroy and G. Saunders

pp. 41-50

  
 


Modelling immunocontraception in disseminating systems 

N. D. Barlow

pp. 51-60

  
 


Discussion session: Is fertility control an option? 


pp. 61-64

  
 


Hormonal and non-hormonal agents at implantation as targets for contraception 

Gui-Ying Nie, Anna R. Butt, Lois A. Salamonsen and Jock K. Findlay

pp. 65-76

  
 


Progress towards using recombinant myxoma virus as a vector for fertility control in rabbits 

A. J. Robinson, R. Jackson, P. Kerr, J. Merchant, I. Parer and R. Pech

pp. 77-84

  
 


Plant-derived immunocontraceptive vaccines 

G. Smith, A. Walmsley and I. Polkinghorne

pp. 85-90

  
 


Cytokine enhancement of immune responses important for immunocontraception 

Alistair J. Ramsay and Ian A. Ramshaw

pp. 91-98

  
 


Discussion session: Delivery systems 


pp. 99-103

  
 


Case studies in wildlife immunocontraception: wild and feral equids and white-tailed deer 

J. F. Kirkpatrick, J. W. Turner Jr, I. K. M. Liu, R. Fayrer-Hosken and A. T. Rutberg

pp. 105-110

  
 


A bait-delivered immunocontraceptive vaccine for the European red fox (Vulpes vulpes) by the year 2002? 

Mark P. Bradley, Lyn A. Hinds and Peter H. Bird

pp. 111-116

  
 


Selection of antigens for use in a virus-vectored immunocontraceptive vaccine: PH-20 as a case study 

Michael K. Holland, Jason Andrews, Hannah Clarke, Clayton Walton and Lyn A. Hinds

pp. 117-124

  
 


Immunocontraception in rodents: a review of the development of a sperm-based immunocontraceptive vaccine for the grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) 

H. D. M. Moore, N. M. Jenkins and C. Wong

pp. 125-130

  
 


Likely targets for immunocontraception in marsupials 

John C. Rodger

pp. 131-136

  
 


Potential consequences and problems with wildlife contraceptives 

Victor F. Nettles

pp. 137-144

  
 


Discussion session: Case studies 


pp. 145-147

  
 


Zoonoses and fertility control in wildlife—requirements for vaccines 

K. Stöhr and F.-X. Meslin

pp. 149-156

  
 


Neither human nor natural: ethics and feral animals 

Peter Singer

pp. 157-162

  
 


Ethical aspects and dilemmas of fertility control of unwanted wildlife: an animal welfarist’s perspective 

Glenys Oogjes

pp. 163-168

  
 


Development and use of virus-vectored immunocontraception 

C. K. Williams

pp. 169-178

  
 


Discussion session: Prospects and challenges 


pp. 179-181

 


Summing up the conference 


pp. 183-186

 


  
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