N'Dama

N'Dama

a West African small, humpless type of beef cattle, fawn, dun or light red in color, with lyre or crescent horns. There are a large number of varieties.
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African trypanosome antigens recognized during the course of infection in N'Dama and Zebu cattle.
For instance, the N'Dama cattle (a long humpless longhorns), which are found in central and West Africa, are trypanotolerant (Mattioli et al.
Review: Immunogenetic influences on tick resistance in African cattle with particular reference to trypanotolerant N'Dama (Bos taurus) and trypanosusceptible Gobra zebu (Bos indicus) cattle.
Effect of age and time of sampling on serum testosterone and spermiogram of Bunaji and N'Dama bulls.
Todas as racas asiaticas e africanas foram consideradas como zebuinos Bos indicus, com excecao da N'Dama, morfologicamente considerada como Bos taurus, existente em alguns paises do Oeste da Africa como Gambia, Guine, Guine-Bissau, Nigeria e Senegal.
The Raa'v cattle ranch owned by Benue State Government with initial mandate to breed trypano-tolerant cattle, Muturu and N'Dama had suffered setbacks and was only recently reactivated in October 2007.
In Nigeria, various breeds of cattle breeds commonly found are Muturu, White Fulani, Keteku, N'Dama, Gudali, Red Bororo and Kuri as well as their crosses (Blench, 1994)
Por su parte, la repetibilidad obtenida es similar a la reportada por Abdullah y Olutogun (36) (0,15) en ganado N'Dama en el tropico humedo de Nigeria; e inferior a los resultados obtenidos por Martinez et al.
Heritability of gastrointestinal nematode faecal counts in Weast African village N'Dama cattle and its relation to age.
Senepol (sehn-eh-pol) The Senepol was developed in the Caribbean by crossing the Red Poll and the N'Dama from Africa.
Croix) by crossing N'Dama cows from Senegal and Red Poll bulls from England--to create cattle that could do well in hot and dry or hot and humid climates.