dromedary


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dromedary

see camelusdromedarius.
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We tested a total of 293 fecal samples: 232 from teenage and adult dromedaries (Camelus dromedarius) ([greater than or equal to] 1 year of age) and 61 from dromedary calves (< 1 year of age).
Validation of serologic assays for coronaviruses with differentially reactive dromedary serum samples, United Arab Emirates, 2013 * Serum rIFA titer ([dagger]) no.
Using MERS-CoV EMC/2012 as a reference sequence, we found 12 aa differences (residues 23, 26, 194, 434, 666, 696, 756, 886, 888, 918, 1158, and 1333 of EMC/2012) in the spike protein of dromedary MERS-CoV NRCEHKU205 and 1 aa deletion (residue 1293 of EMC/2012) in the N terminal of the transmembrane domain.
Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus in dromedary camels: an outbreak investigation.
The place of the Dromedary in the regional development of the Algerian Sahara is not negligible [10], according to Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) statistics, the population of camels increased since 2000 until 2011 from 235.
Researchers at University College London said that the virus has been found in dromedary camels but that no animal reservoir of the infection has yet been identified.
In a study into what kind of animal "reservoir" may be fuelling the outbreak, scientists said this month they had found strong evidence it is widespread among dromedary camels in the Middle East.
Researchers looking for signs of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, or MERS, in livestock discovered antibodies specific to the new virus in dromedary camels, according to a study in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
London, Aug 9 ( ANI ): The one-humped dromedary camel of Arabia may be the source of a mysterious respiratory virus that emerged without warning last year, a new study has revealed.
Food sciences, food quality, animal and veterinary sciences, and other researchers from Australia, the Sultanate of Oman, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, and Canada cover the classification, history, and distribution of the camel; camel meat production around the world; camel nutrition for meat production; camel body growth; slaughtering and processing; inspection of slaughtered dromedary camels; online grading of meat yield and quality; carcass quality; the distribution and partitioning of tissues; the structure and quality of meat; methods to improve tenderness; processed meats; the nutritive value to humans; and the economic potential.
The camel, or dromedary, as we should but don't call the beast, is a common and favourite sight, but we have to travel to Lake Nasser now to see the famous Nile Crocodile in the wild.
5 pounds of water in a dromedary bag is a recipe for disaster.