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  1. Eating dog in Tahiti an identary affirmation?

    Contributor(s):: Mallol, Christophe Serra

  2. Ethnoarchaeozoology on hide working: Study of two hideworkers households in Konso (Ethiopia)

    Contributor(s):: Lesur-Gebremariam, Josephine

  3. French horse in pieces Status of the animal, status of its meat

    Contributor(s):: Lizet, Bernadette

  4. From animals' categories to social categories ordinary and extraordinary in consumption of meat among the Tuaregs (Tagaraygarayt, Niger)

    Contributor(s):: Cabalion, Sarah

  5. From scarce consumption to development of a norm Ilalal, or how exception becomes ordinary

    Contributor(s):: Rodier, Christine

  6. Hafting and raw materials from animals. Guide to the identification of hafting traces on stone tools

    Contributor(s):: Rots, Veerle

  7. Horse-eaters and horse-lovers

    Contributor(s):: Ferret, Carole

  8. Implications of Age Structures for Epipaleolithic Hunting Strategies in the Western Taurus Mountains, Southwest Turkey

    Contributor(s):: Atici, Levent

  9. Man and wild animals in the Moroccan high atlas

    Contributor(s):: Rodrigue, Alain

  10. Modelling the working of hides in ethnology: proposition of a system open to archaeolog

    Contributor(s):: Beyries, Sylvie

  11. Ordinary and ritual uses of meat in lenisei Basin The example of reindeer and sheep

    Contributor(s):: D'Iatchenko, Vladimir I., David, Francine

  12. Representation of movement in the Upper Palaeolithic: An ethological approach to the interpretation of parietal art

    Contributor(s):: Azema, Marc

  13. The Gamo hideworkers of southwestern Ethiopia and Cross-Cultural Comparisons

    Contributor(s):: Arthur, Kathryn J. Weedman

  14. Whose Bones are those? Preliminary Comparative Analysis of Fragmented Human and Animal Bones in the "Death Pit" at Domuztepe, a Late Neolithic Settlement in Southeastern Turkey

    Contributor(s):: Kansa, Sarah Whitcher, Gauld, Suellen C., Campbell, Stuart, Carter, Elizabeth

  15. ZOOARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEAR EASTERN PREHISTORY Foreword

    Contributor(s):: Arbuckle, Benjamin S., Makarewicz, Cheryl A., Atici, A. Levent

  16. Does exposure to dogs and cats in the first year of life influence the development of allergic sensitization?

    Contributor(s):: Ownby, D. R., Johnson, C. C.

    Purpose of review: The goal of the review is to place studies published after 1 June 2002, concerning the relationship between early life exposure to cats and dogs and the later development of allergy, within the context of the effects of other environmental exposures on allergic disease. Recent...

  17. Pets and the development of allergic sensitization

    | Contributor(s):: Simpson, A., Custovic, A.

    Sensitization to pets remains a risk factor for asthma and rhinitis, and can occur in people who have never lived with a pet. Several reports have indicated that living with a pet reduces the risk for becoming sensitized to that pet. Having a pet in the home gives exposure to more than just...

  18. Pet allergy: how important for Turkey where there is a low pet ownership rate

    | Contributor(s):: Mungan, D., Celik, G., Bavbek, S., Msrlgil, Z.

    Exposure and sensitization to allergens derived from cats/dogs have been shown to represent an important risk factor for allergic respiratory diseases. So far, there has not been any study exploring cat/dog sensitization and related factors in our geographic location. The aim of this study was to...

  19. Challenges of service dog ownership

    | Contributor(s):: Adams, C. L.

  20. Horses as healers

    | Contributor(s):: Adams, C. L.