camelid

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camelid

members of the family Camelidae; includes camels and the South American camelids—alpaca, guanaco, llama, vicuna.
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Adapted to steep and rocky terrain, South American camelids can move the pads on their toes to get a better grip.
The territory covered is home to 67 per cent of the two million camelids that are currently raised in the country.
Therefore, MERS-CoV-like viruses in camelids might be spreading across a region covering at least the eastern Arabian Peninsula, including Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Morocco from where some of the antibody-positive camels described by Reusken et al.
This collection of studies was gathered from a symposium held in Germany to exchange scientific information on the textile production of animal fibers from South American Camelids.
Farm Animal Anesthesia: Cattle, Small Ruminants, Camelids, and Pigs
Using enhanced respiratory personal protection equipment in a Biosafety Level 3 facility, we cultivated, in parallel, cell lines from goats, sheep, cattle, camelids (dromedary and alpaca), rodents, insectivores, bats, and human and nonhuman primates (Table).
As a result new voluntary control measures are being rolled out in England for owners of alpacas and other camelids.
This is a splendid, highly visual presentation for spinners, knitters, weavers, textile professionals and enthusiasts, as well as those involved in the husbandry of the many animals represented--200-plus breeds of sheep, goats, camelids, bison, horses, musk oxen, rabbits, and dogs.
RURAL Affairs Minister Elin Jones is urging animal keepers to respond to the Assembly Government's consultation on proposals to control TB in camelids, goats and deer before it ends on November 11.
The CRC, which was established in 1989, not only breeds camels but carries out genetic studies on old and new-world camelids.
The Pedigree Beef Society Group, the Livestock Auctioneers' Association, and the British Camelids have also asked the chief vets of England, Scotland and Wales to allow the movement of pre-tested pedigree stock from a protection zone to a free zone, to extend the protection zone to cover the whole of Great Britain, and to make sure that the use of an inactivated, or "dead", BTV vaccine does not result in trade barriers being erected against vaccinated stock.