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deer

any of the ruminant quadrupeds included in the family Cervidae.
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Evaluacion de Loci Microsatelitales Heterologosy Utilizacion de Secuencias de Citocromo Oxidasa I Mitocondrial en Estudios Geneticos de Pudu Puda (Artiodactyla, Cervidae).
Later, Lydekker (1884) placed Cervus latidens into the genus Oreas (Bovidae) excluding it from the family Cervidae and adding as a new species, Cervus sivalensis to the genus Cervus.
It will be important to determine whether other polymorphic variants found in other CWD-affected Cervidae or perhaps other factors (17) exert similar effects on the ability to convert human PrP and thus affect their zoonotic potential.
Zheping Li, from the Institute of Special Animal and Plant Sciences at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. "These could also be very useful in understanding the evolution of the reindeer as well as all Cervidae in future comparative genomics studies between reindeer and other ruminants." 
Para el grupo de mamiferos se encontraron en total de 20 familias entre ellas las mas representativas resultaron: Tayassuidae, Agoutidae, Cervidae. Para aves fueron registrados en total de 13 familias destacando entre ellas: Cracidae, Psittacidae y Tinamidae.
Real Estate Investors has also sold a part-vacant investment property at 102-106 Colmore Row to Cervidae Consultancy for PS7.2 million.
Haematology of captive grey-brocket deer Mazama gouazoubira (Fischer, 1814) (Cervidae: Odocoileinae).
Fischer, 1814) (Artiodactyla, Cervidae) na serra do sudeste, rio grande do sul, Brasil.
Species of the genus Elaphostrongylus, parasite of Swedish Cervidae. A description of E.
Moose, Alces alces, are the largest member of the deer family (Cervidae), and the largest land mammal found in New York.