Cervus


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Cervus

a genus of true deer in the family Cervidae. Includes C. canadensis (wapiti), C. elaphus (red deer) and C. elaphus nannodes (tule elk).
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cervus are marked by high level of expected percentage of heterozygous genotypes, which was calculated for the whole populations ([H.
Cervus primarily represents brands including John Deere agricultural equipment, Bobcat and JCB construction equipment, Clark, Sellick, Nissan and Doosan material handling equipment and Peterbilt transportation equipment.
The fossil record shows that Cervus elaphus occurs in both interglacial/woodland and glacial/steppe faunal complexes (Kahlke, 1976; Lister, 1984; 1986; Sommer et al.
2 2,7 Bos primigenius 7 4,2 2 2,7 Equus caballus 29 17,3 26 34,7 Cervus elaphus 27 16,1 21 28,0 Capreolus capreolus 8 4,8 Capra pyrenaica 4 2,4 5 6,7 Rupicapra rupicapra 77 45,8 12 16,0 Sus scropha Ursus spelaeus 12 7,1 Pantera pardus 5 6,7 Lynx pardina 1 1,3 Felix silvestris 1 0,6 Vulpes vulpes Canis lupus Martes martes Carnivoro indet Lepussp 2 1,2 T.
Para las especies europeas y de origen asiatico, se estudiaron nueve ejemplares de Cervus elaphus y cinco de Cervus nippon, 26 ejemplares de Capreolus capreolus, cinco ejemplares de Dama dama, mas cuatro ejemplares de Capreolus pygargus, sumando un total de 49 ejemplares.
Vasogen's advisor for the non-dilutive financing transaction with Cervus LP is PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Finance Inc.
The audience will be treated to the likes of Franck's Panis Angelicus and Faure's Cantique de Jean Racine, Sicut cervus, Locus iste and Beatus Vir.
Jerome devotes a brief notice to Pacian in De viris inlustribus 106, containing the splendid howler that Barcelona is in the Pyrenees and naming two works: Cervus (apparently a piece dealing with a pagan New Year festival which involved dressing up as stags and mentioned in the Address c.
In Michigan, reintroduced elk ( Cervus elaphus nelsoni) inhabit northern hardwood/mixed pine forests.
The Board and management have determined it appropriate for Cervus to raise up to $20 million for working capital purposes which may be raised in two or more separate offerings or private placements.
The new relationship with Mortgage Intelligence will provide Cervus with an opportunity to gain market share within Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia," stated Grant MacKenzie, COO of Cervus.