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Models constructed in Alberta included girth, SLBL and age (y) of individual (BM = [e.sup.-8.16] x [[girth.sup.1.39]] x [[straight-line body length.sup.1.21]] x [[age.sup.0.08]]).
Finally, we obtained BCI scores for black bears using SLBL and BM (Cattet et al., 2002); only bears with SLBL directly measured were included in BCI estimates.
We also were able to predict SLBL from DCL (F1,16 = 150, P < 0.001, [r.sup.2] = 0.903; SLBL = 17.304 + (0.774 x DCL [SE = 0.063]) for use in predictive models of BM derived for Alberta bears (Cattet, 1990).
However, we were not able to account for the added variability of including estimated SLBL values into the Alberta model given that the SE's for model parameters were not provided in Cattet (1990).
Let (G, [direct sum]) be a SRBL(SLBL) with a S-RB(LB)-subloop (S, [direct sum]).
If a SRBL(SLBL) (G, [direct sum]) is universal then every isotope (H, [cross product]) is a SRBL(SLBL) i.e there exists a S-RB(LB)-subloop (S, [cross product]) in (H, [cross product]).
Conversely, if (G, [direct sum]) is SLBL, then there exists a SLB-subloop (S,[direct sum]) in (G,[direct sum]).