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Liste wissenschaftlicher Publikationen zur Gattung Naja
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  • [PDF] BLAYLOCK , R.S., A.R. LICHTMANN & P.D. POTGIETER (1985) Clinical manifestation of Cape cobra (Naja nivea) bites. S Afr Med J 1985; 68: 342-344
  • [PDF] PHELPS , T. (2007): Observations of the Cape Cobra, Naja nivea (Serpentes:Elapidae), in the DeHoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape Province, South Africa. Herpetological Bulletin 99:29-35
  • [PDF] BROADLEY , D.G. & W. WÜSTER (2004) A review of the southern African 'non-spitting' cobras (Serpentes: Elapidae: Naja). African Journal of Herpetology 53(2):101-122.
  • [PDF] CHAITAE , A. (2011): Demography of the Monocled Cobra (Naja kaouthia) in the central region of Thailand. University of Louisville, Kentucky (Master Thesis)
  • [PDF] CHAN-ARD , T., B.L. STUART, W. WÜSTER (2000): First Record of Indochinese Spitting Cobra Naja siamensis LAURENTI (Serpentes:Elapidae) in Laos, with Comments on the Genus in the Country. Nat. Hist. Bull. Siam Soc. 48:149-152
  • [PDF] CHANHOME , L., M.J.COX, T. VASARUCHAPONG, N. CHAIYABUTR & V. SITPRIJA (2011) Characterization of venomous snakes of Thailand. ASian Biomedicine 5(3):311-328
  • [PDF] CHANHOME , L., P. JINTAKUNE, H. WILDE & M.J. COX (2001) Venomous snake husbandry in Thailand. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 12:17-23
  • [PDF] CHING , L.H., L. SHON-HSIEN, F. JONATHAN & L. SI-MIN (2008) Ventral coloration differentiation and mitochondrial sequences of the Chinese Cobra (Naja atra) in Taiwan. Conservation Genetics 2008, 9(5):1089-1097
  • [PDF] JACKSON , K. (2002): Post.ovipositional development of the monocled cobra, Naja kaouthia (Serpentes:Elapidae). Urban & Fächer Verlag, Zoology 105:203-214
  • [PDF] JIANG , Y., L. YAN, W. LEE, X. XU, Y. ZHANG, R. ZHAO, Y. ZHANG & W. WANG (2011) Venom gland transcriptomes of two elapid snakes (Bungarus multicinctus and Naja atra) and evolution of toxin genes. BMC Genomics 2011, 12:1
  • [PDF] LEVITON , A.E. (1964) Contributions to a review of Philippine snakes, VII: The snakes of the Genus Naja and Ohiophagus. Philippine Journal of Science 93(4):530-550
  • [PDF] LIU , S., W. DONG & T. KONG (2010) Preparation and characterization of immunoglobulin yolks against the venom of Naja naja atra. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 48:778-785
  • [PDF] MALONEY , W. (2010) The Death Of Cleopatra, A Medical Analysis Of The Theory Of Suicide By Naja Haje . WebmedCentral TOXICOLOGY 2010;1(8 ):WMC00502
  • [PDF] SHINE , R., W.R. BRANCH, J.K. WEBB, P.S. HARLOW, T. SHINE & J.S. KEOGH (2006) Ecology of cobras from south Africa. Journal of Zoology, 272: 183-193
  • [PDF] SLOWINSKI , J.B. & W. WÜSTER (2000) A new cobra (Elapidae: Naja) from Myanmar (Burma). Herpetologica, 56(2): 257-270.
  • [PDF] SZYNDLAR , Z. (1985) Ophidian Fauna (Reptllia, Serpentes) from the uppermost Miocene of Algora (Spain). Estudios geol., 41:447-465
  • [PDF] SZYNDLAR , Z. & G. ZEROWA (1990) Neogene Cobras of the Genus Naja /Serpentes:Elapidae) of East Europe. Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien 91; A:53-51
  • [PDF] TRAPE , J.-F., L. CHIRIO, D.G. BROADLEY & W. WÜSTER (2009) Phylogeography and systematic revision of the Egyptian cobra (Serpentes: Elapidae: Naja haje) species complex, with the description of a new species from West Africa. Zootaxa 2236: 1-25
  • [PDF] TUMKIRATIWONG , P., M. WORAWITOO, L. CHANHOME & A. AOWPHOL (2012) Reproductive Patterns of Captive Male and Female Monocled Cobra, Naja kaouthia (Lesson, 1831)
    Zoological Studies 59(5):692-700
  • [PDF] WALLACH , V., W. WÜSTER & D.G. BROADLEY (2009) In praise of subgenera: taxonomic status of cobras of the genus Naja Laurenti (Serpentes: Elapidae). Zootaxa 2236: 26-36.
  • [PDF] WATT , G., L. PADRE, L. TUAZON, R.D. THEAKSTON & L.W. LAUGHLIN (1988) Tourniquet application after cobra bite: Delay in the onset of neurotoxicity and the dangers of sudden release. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 38:618-622
  • [PDF] WONG , OF, T. LAM, HT FUNG & CH CHOY (2010) Five-year experience with Chinese cobra (Naja atra)-related injuries in two acute hospitals in Hong Kong.
    Hong Kong Med J 2010; 16:36-43
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W., R.S. THORPE, M.J. COX, P. JINTAKUNE & J. NABHITABHATA (1995): Population systematics of the snake genus Naja (Reptilia:Serpentes:Elapidae) in Indochina: Multivariate morphometrics and comparitive mitochondrial DNA sequencing (cytochrome oxidase I). J. evol. Biol. 8:493-510
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W., S. CROOKES, I. INEICH, Y. MANE, C.E. POOK, J.-F. TRAPE & D.G.BROADLEY (2007) The phylogeny of cobras inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences: evolution of venom spitting and the phylogeography of the African spitting cobras (Serpentes: Elapidae: Naja nigricollis complex). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 45: 437-453.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & D.G. BROADLEY (2007) Get an eyeful of this: a new species of giant spitting cobra from eastern and north-eastern Africa (Squamata: Serpentes: Elapidae: Naja). Zootaxa 1532: 51-68.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & D.G. BROADLEY (2003) A new species of spitting cobra from northeastern Africa (Serpentes: Elapidae: Naja). Journal of Zoology 259: 345-359.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. (1998) The cobras of the genus Naja in India. Hamadryad, 23(1): 15-32.
  • WÜSTER , W., D.A. WARRELL, M.J. COX, P. JINTAKUNE & J. NABHITABHATA (1997) Redescription of Naja siamensis Laurenti, 1768 (Serpentes: Elapidae), a widely overlooked spitting cobra from Southeast Asia: geographic variation, medical importance and designation of a neotype. Journal of Zoology, 243: 771-788.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. (1996) Taxonomic changes and toxinology: systematic revisions of the Asiatic cobras (Naja naja species complex). Toxicon, 34(4): 399-406.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & R.S. THORPE (1994) Naja siamensis, a cryptic species of venomous snake revealed by mtDNA sequencing. Experientia, 50: 75-79.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & R.S. THORPE (1992) Asiatic cobras: population systematics of the Naja naja species complex (Serpentes: Elapidae) in India and Central Asia. Herpetologica, 48(1): 69-85.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & R.S. THORPE (1992) Dentitional phenomena in cobras revisited: fang structure and spitting in the Asiatic species of Naja (Serpentes: Elapidae). Herpetologica, 48(4): 424-434.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. (1992) A century of confusion: Asiatic cobras revisited. The Vivarium, 4: 14-18.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & R.S. THORPE (1991) Asiatic cobras: systematics and snakebite. Experientia, 47: 205-209.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & R.S. THORPE (1990) Systematics and biogeography of the Asiatic cobra (Naja naja) species complex in the Philippine Islands. In G. Peters & R. Hutterer (Eds.), Vertebrates in the Tropics: 333-344. Museum A. Koenig, Bonn.
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & R.S. THORPE (1989) Population affinities of the Asiatic cobra (Naja naja) species complex in south-east Asia: reliability and random resampling. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 36: 391-409.