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deer

any of the ruminant quadrupeds included in the family Cervidae.
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Conversely, when elk were included as the excess group in MRPP, that cervid did not differ significantly from the joint distribution of mule deer and elk during summer (P = 0.999) or winter (P = 0.311).
Elimination of these other mammalian candidates based on cervical-vertebra morphology indicates that the most likely source for the Manasquan specimen is a large cervid.
Thus, we considered that the localization of wild populations of small red brocket must be the first step, since this cervid was only known in captivity.
Puede observarse (Cuadro 2) que la mayor cantidad de alelos fue obtenida para los marcadores Cervid 1, Cervid 3 e IDVGA 55, y que las especies neotropicales con mayor heterocigosis fueron Odocoileus virginianus (heterocigosis insesgada promedio H = 0.6148), Mazama americana (H = 0.6429) y Mazama gouazoubira (H = 0.7003).
1) whose larvae parasitize the nasal passages and pharyngeal regions of a variety of cervid hosts within the Holarctic ecozone.
These were from various species, including horse, reindeer, cervids and probably mammoth.
Models for Preventing CWD Introduction into Captive Cervid
The endemic animals include the carrikeri subspecies of the cervid (Mazama americana) and the frog Atelopus carrikeri.
Variation in maternal investment in a small cervid: the effects of cohort, sex, litter size and time of birth in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) fawns.
In contrast to these in vivo approaches, we have used protein misfolding cyclic amplification (PMCA) to investigate the molecular compatibility of bovine, ovine, and cervid prions with full-length, glycosylated and glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored human prion protein (PrP) (15,16).