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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arGEN-X' SIMPLE Antibody(TM) Platform is based on the active immunisation of outbred Camelids with target antigens to deliver antibody whose variable regions are virtually identical to those of human antibodies.
of Camerino, Italy) present the proceedings of an October 2004 joint symposium bringing together South American and European researchers studying South American camelids (llamas, alpacas, vicunas, and guanacos).
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The faunal assemblage consisted primarily of camelids which represented at least three-quarters of the usable meat weight estimates for each phase: Kayan (75 per cent), Chinchawasi 1 (89 per cent), Chinchawasi 2 (95 per cent) and Warmi (89 per cent) (for comparable figures, see Burger 1985; Miller 1979; Miller & Gill 1990; Shimada 1982, 1985; Wing 1972, 1980: 159).
This edition incorporates game birds, South American camelids, and ostriches, and it reinstates the chapter on horses and adds chapters reflecting understanding of welfare science, ethics, and the role of society in ensuring the best possible farm conditions, covering general principles of good husbandry and its impact on animal welfare, behavior as an indicator of welfare, and the assessment, implementation, and promotion of high standards.
We recently published a consultation on new legislation to manage and prevent incidents of bovine TB in non-bovine animals, specifically camelids, goats and deer.
The disease is spread by infected midges that can infect sheep, cattle, goats or camelids with a single bite.
Nutrient requirements of small ruminants; sheep, goats, cervids, and New World camelids.
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Dransart draws some interesting conclusions regarding the initial (not secondary) use of fleece from domestic camelids, and the late development of weaving (vs.
Yes, they are testing goats and camelids for the first time.
Italian-born Peruvian archaeologist Bonavia, a specialist in corn domestication and South American camelids, has now retired from academia, but still works on excavation projects and keeps adding to his voluminous output of writing.