cervid


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cervid

a member of the family Cervidae, deer, elk, reindeer, moose, wapiti, muntjacs and sikas.
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Molecular and morphological characterization of Echinococcus in cervids from North America.
infections are known to cause deleterious effects within cervid hosts, their total impact upon cervid ecology remains unclear.
local cervid population or, if population densities are sufficiently
The second executive order creates a second Disease Management Area over nearly 900 square miles in Bedford, Blair, Cambria and Huntingdon counties and changes laws, regulations and restrictions related to free-ranging deer and other cervids," Roe explained.
As secondary structures in sexually dimorphic cervids, antlers have significance in sexual selection and are correlated with social dominance and mating success (Clutton-Brock and Albon 1989, Barton 1990, Solberg and Saether 1994, Pelabon and Joly 2000, Stewart et al.
is the most abundant cervid occurring in most of Europe (with the exception of Ireland, Cyprus, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, and the majority of the smaller islands).
The high-tech cervid crossing being tested on Arizona Highway 260 is part of an elaborate system of wildlife underpasses and electrified fencing along a three-mile stretch of the highway, about seven miles outside the town of Payson.
In December 2005, the Pennsylvania Game Commission's (PGC) Executive Director Vern Ross used his newly granted emergency powers to issue an order banning the importation of specific carcass parts from states and Canadian provinces where chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been identified in free-ranging cervid populations.
Differences in either composition or concentration of rumen protozoa could cause differential digestive efficiency among sympatric cervid species (Yokoyama & Johnson 1988).
This degenerative neurological illness has affected both farmed and wild cervids in the US, thus impacting the hunting and wildlife industries as well as domestic and international markets for farmed cervids and cervid products.