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Cavia

(kā'vē-ă),
A genus of the family Caviidae that includes the guinea pig.
[Mod. L., fr. native Indian]
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A nivel cuticular, el patron comunmente observado en la porcion proximal fue de forma petalo diamante esto concuerda con lo observado por Cavia et al.
Evaluacion de dos niveles de energia en el comportamiento productivo de cuyes (Cavia porcellus) de la raza Peru.
Fernandez Cavia, J.; Rovira Fontanals, C.; Gomez Puertas, L.; Gasco Hernandez, M.; Pedraza-Jimenez, R.
Neste trabalho sao apresentadas as primeiras descricoes dos padroes de cuticula e medula dos pelos-guarda de Cavia magna, Lundomys molitor, Oxymycterus nasutus, Reithrodon tipicus, Sooretamys angouya e Wilfredomys oenax, alem da complementacao de informacoes dos demais taxons.
Norway rat is one of the most, economically, important commensal rodent pest species that could exploit the rural and urban environments of the world (Aplin et al., 2003; Pocock et al., 2004; Cavia et al., 2009).
Among the most injured species, Cavia aperea was frequently seen crossing the highway in the sampled stretches.
Mayer, "Hyperthyroidism and Hyperparathyroidism in Guinea Pigs (Cavia porcellus)," Veterinary Clinics of North America--Exotic Animal Practice, vol.
 The menu includes selections that are popular worldwide including the Tartufo Nero made with robiola cheese, fonstina, truffle oil and black truffles; the Al Caviale made with boiled sliced potatoes, crAaAaAeA?me fraichem cavia Di Fabio with tomato, mozzarella, prosciutto di parma, sliced tomato; and V.I.P Margherita made with imported Italian "fior di latte" mozzarella, tomato and fresh basil.
Assessment of hydrogen sulfide innocuousness on Cavia porcellus (guinea pigs) cardiac tissue
The adrenal glands found in SYT cavies follow the topographic localization described in wild rodents as Lagostomus maximus (Ribes et al., 1999), Myocastor coypus (Machado et al., 2002; Culau et al., 2008), Dasyprocta agouti (Neves et al., 2007), Cavia porcellus (Cooper and Schiller, 1975), domestic animals as dogs, cats and horses (Reece, 2005) besides the humans (Kempna and Fluck, 2008).
(3) Para desarrollos distintos sobre el concepto de precariedad puede consultarse (Tejerina, Cavia, Santamaria y Carbajo, 2012:24; Cavia y Martinez, 2013; Fortino, Tejerina, Cavia y Calderon, 2012).