By K.A. Hobson, L.I. Wassenaar
Many questions in animal biology require the power to trace animal circulate through the use of multi-disciplinary and technological concepts. over the last decade, intrinsic chemical markers became specially key within the examine of migration. strong isotopes are a winning instance of instrinic markers that experience yielded new and precious insights into animal migration. This e-book presents a consolidated assessment of the present knowlesge of solid isotopes in terrestrial migration study questions, and to supply a realistic instruction manual for these contemplating utilizing good isotopes of their migration examine. * provides info for readers to appreciate easy methods to follow isotopic equipment for monitoring * severe info on components for destiny study * sensible directions and discussions of pattern assortment, pattern practise, isotope-ratio mass spectrometry information research, and problems with isotopic trade and heterogeneity * superior realizing of knowledge and statistical research in isotope-based stories of migratory animals
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By removing fatty acids and lipids, we are assured that the isotopic analysis is conducted on only proteins. Samples taken for stable isotopic analyses should be properly stored before and after preparative procedures in order to prevent degradation (and possible isotope fractionation). Many fixed tissue samples can be air or freeze-dried and stored in glass or plastic vials or paper envelopes at room temperature. For living tissues, samples can be stored frozen (À40 C) to avoid decomposition, or freeze dried.
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Tracking Animal Migration with Stable Isotopes by K.A. Hobson, L.I. Wassenaar