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sheep cell agglutination test

 (SCAT)
a laboratory test for infectious mononucleosis. When the antibody level of a person with this disease reaches a certain level, a sample of his blood will cause agglutination of sheep erythrocytes. If there is agglutination of these cells in concentrations up to 1:28, the findings are considered positive for infectious mononucleosis.

SCAT

sheep cell agglutination test.

scat

(skăt)
n.
Excrement, especially of an animal; dung.
Abbreviation for:
Simvastatin And Enalapril Coronary Atherosclerosis Trial
Scatula—Pharmacology
Severe Combined Anaemia & Thrombocytopenia
Sheep Cell Agglutination Test
Sickle Cell Anaemia Test
Drug slang A regional street term for heroin
Performing arts medicine A style of singing with wordless vocables and nonsense syllables, improvised melodies and rhythms, creating the equivalent of an instrumental solo with the voice Example Ella Fitzgerald, ‘How High the Moon’
Sexology Vernacular term for coprophilia
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The presence of pups was determined based on the presence of pup scats (<2.
2013: Factors affecting the (in)accuracy of mammalian mesocarnivore scat identification in south-western Europe.
The subjective scoring of scats based on certainty was not a viable surrogate for genetic verification: certainty scores were unrelated to the verified species that produced the scat (z = 0.
Puma Scat Analyses--We identified white-tailed deer to be 74% of the puma diet, followed by cattle at 12%.
Most salmonid bones recovered from scat samples can only be visually identified to genus (Purcell and others 2004); identifying salmonid structures to the species level requires genetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA.
Each scat was assigned a unique identification number and described by species, dog or human found, date, time, zone, easting, northing, elevation in feet, canopy (i.
The prime objective of the present study was collection of scat samples of P.
Meiklejohn (1994) reported that the small claws of harbor seal pups were common in wolf scats collected in Adams Inlet, a well-known terrestrial haulout site used by harbor seals.
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The criteria given by Jackson and Hunter (1995) were followed for collection of scat samples, the scats of the Asiatic Jackal were distinguished from those of other carnivores such as domestic dog, fox, civet and cats in the same area by their size, shape, scat dimensions (diameter), structure (segmented, non-segmented), characteristics contents (hairs, bones, plant material etc.
Yes, that means you have to break out a brush and vacuum's crevice tool to get the sand out of the scat tracks.
Number of samples taken was dependent upon the size of each scat pile--small piles were sampled once, medium piles twice, and large piles three times.