rotations manifest during the fastgrowth period (2-10 weeks) in chickens and turkeys, while in ostriches this emerges most frequently at 2 to 3 weeks of age and is progressive.
chaetotaxy formula followed Deharveng (1983) and was expressed as: total number of chaetae (number of chaetae in row C, number of chaetae in row B, number of chaetae in distal rows A), for example 16 (1, 8, 7).
Solenomere with broadened tip, intertwined with median tibiotarsal
A fourteen years old Kathiawari gelding was brought with complaint of swelling of the tibiotarsal
joint of hock and limping of right hind limb for past one month.
At the end of each experimental phase, ten birds per treatment were sacrificed for collection of the tibiotarsal
Repair of a coracoid luxation and a tibiotarsal
fracture in a bald eagle (Haliaeectus leucocephalus).
A 25-year-old cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) was diagnosed with distal extremity necrosis after a nonunion of a closed tibiotarsal
formula is presented after Deharveng (1983).
fracture and neurologic problems of a black-eared kite (Milvus migrans).
The genus is characterized by the shape of the postantennal organ with numerous (11-20), compound vesicles, antennal III sense organ with 5 papillae and 2 ribbed sensory clubs, the presence of the chaeta d0 on head and chaeta p0 on abdominal tergum IV, abdominal tergum VI with 1 medial chaeta, tibiotarsal
distal whorl with 9 chaetae, furcal area with 2+2 chaeta in 1 row (Weiner 1996; Pomorski 1998) and usually 2 manubrial rows mm and mp, chaetae from the ma row displaced on the level of dental microchaetae, male ventral organ usually present and anal spines absent.
Clinical Findings--Physical examination and hematologic analysis revealed no abnormalities; radiography revealed findings consistent with a previous tibiotarsal
Claws with a small, distal internal tooth, 2/ 3 as long as tibiotarsal