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equid

see equidae.
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All blood samples were negative for equid herpesviruses 1 and 4 and equine arteritis virus, and all nasal swab samples were negative for equine influenza virus.
In spite of the fact that this is an exhaustive work, the author suggests that this study can be enhanced by new discoveries and by the study of equid burials from the Aegean.
UXBRIDGE - Jay Merriam, a pioneer in equitarian outreach on behalf of the world's estimated 100 million working equids, received the President's Award during the Dec.
The two sites exhibit a notably similar composition of equid genera, including the tribes Equini (Pliohippus, Calippus, and Protohippus), and Hipparionini (Cormohipparion, Neohipparion, and Pseudhipparion).
While it is far from mainstream, equine cloning has progressed steadily since the first equid clones were born in 2003 - three mule foals produced at the University of Idaho, and a horse foal born in the Laboratory of Reproductive Technology in Cremona, Italy.
A sampling of topics: metabolic responses of muscle to exercise, causal factors of equine stereotypy, development and application of modern breeding technologies to the horse, towards a common equine rationing system across the European Union, exploiting dietary fiber in equid diets, and the challenge of attracting and retaining sponsorship in eventing.
The most common equid species from the Nueces River gravel pits is represented by 13 metacarpals and 42 metatarsals.
Because the reactivity of equid serum against MERS-CoV has not been investigated, we established a 2-stage algorithm for serologic testing that did not involve the determination of reactivity cutoff values.
Equus conversidens is to be a small, stout-limbed equid with lower cheek teeth having U-shaped linguflexids, a full isthmus, and short-moderate ectoflexids (Hibbard, 1955; Dalquest and Hughes, 1965; Mooser and Dalquest, 1975a; Dalquest, 1979; Harris and Porter, 1980; Kurten and Anderson, 1980; Scott, 1996).
The codes include recommendations for the prevention and control of contagious equine metritis (CEM), equine viral arteritis (EVA), equid herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1), as well as guidelines on the respiratory disease strangles, which can affect studs during the season.
For the Jordanian steppe, we have argued that equid decline reflects diminishing water availability since water is a critical resource for equid metabolism (Sneddon & Argenzio 1998; Mejdell et al.
Moorey has recently discussed the implications of these model wagons with tilts and also published an equid figurine with a covered litter on its back ("Clay Models and Overland Mobility in Syria.