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New Zealand

named after the country, New Zealand.

New Zealand blue lupin
lupinusangustifolius.
New Zealand cattle tick
see haemaphysalislongicornis.
New Zealand red
a bright, red-buff fur rabbit, 7 to 9 lb, with a harsh 1 inch long coat.
New Zealand spinach
tetragoniaexpansa.
New Zealand white
a white-coated, pink-eyed, 10 lb meat rabbit, also commonly used as a laboratory rabbit with medium length ears and a double chin.
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In conclusion, the current in vivo animal study proved that although the meniscal collagen fibers were damaged after gamma irradiation, the failure rate of MAT surgeries for New Zealand white rabbits might not significantly increase if the irradiation dose was <1.
The experimental design of the growth experiment was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with three factors: four kinds of foliages: Ruzi grass, head lettuce residue, mimosa and water spinach, two breeds of rabbits: New Zealand White and a crossbred between New Zealand White and native breed and two sexes.
For weight at weaning and average daily weight gain, the New Zealand White and Flemish Giant rabbits and their crosses were best.
Treatment of clinical mange in New Zealand white rabbits with Ivermectin.
We also have a New Zealand white rabbit looking for a home.
You may have already puzzled out how to handle serving screw-top New Zealand white wines, but soon, there will be many more to confront.
The isolated buffer-perfused lung (IPL) model using male New Zealand white rabbits (Robinson's Farm, Clemens, NC) weighing 2.
99) is a classic New Zealand white of great style and quality.
The first, "Topical Administration of Cytoskeletal Disrupting Agents Modulates Central Corneal Thickness, Pupil Diameter and Pupillary Light Response in the New Zealand White Rabbit" demonstrates that a number of previously studied cytoskeletal-active agents caused mild changes in resting static pupillary diameter and central corneal thickness, but had no effect on kinetic pupillary light responses, in pre-clinical testing.
This New Zealand white was originally priced at pounds 9.
That document will likely be influential in shaping some dimensions of the eventual New Zealand white paper due in early 2010.
This condition is most often seen in New Zealand White rabbits, but can occur in pet rabbits of the NZW strain as well as other white breeds.

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