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the giant panda
The bamboo Fargesia nitida, one of the giant panda's main food sources and the dominant shrub species of the forest understory, is mainly distributed in the dark coniferous belt in western Sichuan and southern Gansu in China.
      
Sequence variation and genetic diversity in the giant panda
      
About 336-444 bp mitochondrial D-loop region and tRNA gene were sequenced for 40 individuals of the giant panda which were collected from Mabian, Meigu, Yuexi, Baoxing, Pingwu, Qingchuan, Nanping and Baishuijiang, respectively.
      
The results showed that the giant panda has low genetic variations, and that there is no notable genetic isolation among geographical populations.
      
By using PCR cloning techniques, the DNA sequences of the HMG box regions of sixSox genes (pSox) and the zinc finger domains of twoZfz genes (pZfx) in the giant panda were identified.
      
ThepSox andpZfx genes of the giant panda were highly homologous to the corresponding genes in mammals and revealed close substitution rates to those in the primates.
      
The giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) somatic nucleus can dedifferentiate in rabbit ooplasm and support early development of
      
The giant panda skeletal muscle cells, uterus epithelial cells and mammary gland cells from an adult individual were cultured and used as nucleus donor for the construction of intenpecies embryos by transferring them into enucleated rabbit eggs.
      
In this study, we focus on the effect of human activities on the habitat and population of the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) in the north slopes of Daxiangling Mountains, Sichuan province, China.
      
Based on eight months of field investigation in 2004, we found that the distribution of the giant panda population has been limited to remnants of habitat due to human activities such as road construction, mining and hydropower stations.
      
There is 100.60 km2 area suitable for the giant panda (including moderately suitable, suitable and most suitable), which only accounts for 21.33% of the bamboo area.
      
So restoring the panda habitat and reintroduction pandas to their historical habitat might be an important issue for protecting the giant panda in wild.
      
Molecular characterization of major histocompatibility complex class I genes from the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)
      
To date, no class I genes from the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) has been reported, even none from species of Ursidae.
      
The giant panda's (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) social system is not well known, but it is clear that competition and avoidance characterizes social interaction for this solitary species throughout most of the year.
      
The giant panda is closer to a bear, judged by α- and β-hemoglobin sequences
      
Molecular phylogenetic studies up to 1985 had consistently indicated that the giant panda is more closely related to the bear than to the lesser panda.
      
The analysis identified five caniform clades: Canidae, Ailuridae (with the monotypic lesser panda), Musteloidea (Mustelidae+Procyonidae), Ursidae (including the giant panda), and Pinnipedia.
      
The giant panda and the bears were joined on the same branch.
      
The Microbial Community in the Feces of the Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) as Determined by PCR-TGGE Profiling and Clone L
      
 

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