Langshan


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Langshan

black dual-purpose poultry breed. There are two types: a smaller, egg-laying Chinese type; and a larger, Croad type used for meat production. All black in color, but with a bright green iridescence on the hackle, wing and tail feathers. Single comb, and feathers on legs.
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Floor 3, Yuyang Building, 2nd Road of LangShan, Nanshan District,
2] with a west-east length of 700 km and a north-south width of 75-225 km, is bounded by Langshan Mountain on the east, by Yabulai Mountain on the south, by North Mountain on the west and by the Sino-Mongolian border on the north (Fig.
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Establishment and biological characterization of fibroblast cell line from the Langshan chicken.
The Langshan was introduced to the Western world in the mid-19th century.
The Langshan, a graceful and stately breed, was bred for centuries in the Yangtze Kiang River region of China about 100 miles from Shanghai.
Role of the insulin-like growth factor system in epiphyseal cartilage on the development of Langshan and Arbor Acres chickens, Gallus domesticus.
Langshan (lang-shahn) Originally bred in China, this dual-purpose bird was developed for both meat and egg production.
Langshan, mao-tai, Peking and Tz'u Chou, among others, have experienced metonymy, since, from meaning originally the place of provenance, they ended up designating the product that comes from these specific regions.
Best Rare Bantam Special: Ray Brown, Stanley, with a male German Langshan
On the publication of Spencer and Gillen's book The Native Tribes of Central Australia, Cowle wrote admiringly to Spencer of the stupendous amount of work it represented and of its absorbing interest, continuing, `But don't, for goodness sake, tell Gillen I have said so, you have fairly spoilt that man and he goes about with his brisket out and a comb on him like a Langshan Rooster' (p.