Deer: The family Cervidae of 17 genera and 45 species occurring nearly throughout North America, South America, and Eurasia, on most associated continental islands, and in northern Africa. Wild populations of deer have been established through introduction by people in Cuba, New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand, and other places where the family does not naturally occur. They are slim, long-legged and best characterized by the presence of antlers. Their habitat is forests, swamps, brush country, deserts, and arctic tundra. They are usually good swimmers; some migrate seasonally. (Walker's Mammals of the World, 5th ed, p1362)Antlers: The horn of an animal of the deer family, typically present only in the male. It differs from the HORNS of other animals in being a solid, generally branched bony outgrowth that is shed and renewed annually. The word antler comes from the Latin anteocularis, ante (before) + oculus (eye). (From Webster, 3d ed)Wasting Disease, Chronic: A transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (prion disease) of DEER and elk characterized by chronic weight loss leading to death. It is thought to spread by direct contact between animals or through environmental contamination with the prion protein (PRIONS).Animals, Wild: Animals considered to be wild or feral or not adapted for domestic use. It does not include wild animals in zoos for which ANIMALS, ZOO is available.Sin Nombre virus: A species of HANTAVIRUS which emerged in the Four Corners area of the United States in 1993. It causes a serious, often fatal pulmonary illness (HANTAVIRUS PULMONARY SYNDROME) in humans. Transmission is by inhaling aerosolized rodent secretions that contain virus particles, carried especially by deer mice (PEROMYSCUS maniculatus) and pinyon mice (P. truei).Ruminants: A suborder of the order ARTIODACTYLA whose members have the distinguishing feature of a four-chambered stomach, including the capacious RUMEN. Horns or antlers are usually present, at least in males.MontanaHornsDisease Reservoirs: Animate or inanimate sources which normally harbor disease-causing organisms and thus serve as potential sources of disease outbreaks. Reservoirs are distinguished from vectors (DISEASE VECTORS) and carriers, which are agents of disease transmission rather than continuing sources of potential disease outbreaks.IndiaCommodification: The social process by which something or someone comes to be regarded and treated as an article of trade or commerce.Indians, North American: Individual members of North American ethnic groups with ancient historic ancestral origins in Asia.Nursing Homes: Facilities which provide nursing supervision and limited medical care to persons who do not require hospitalization.Tumor Necrosis Factors: A family of proteins that were originally identified by their ability to cause NECROSIS of NEOPLASMS. Their necrotic effect on cells is mediated through TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTORS which induce APOPTOSIS.Vancomycin Resistance: Nonsusceptibility of bacteria to the action of VANCOMYCIN, an inhibitor of cell wall synthesis.H-2 Antigens: The major group of transplantation antigens in the mouse.Diptera: An order of the class Insecta. Wings, when present, number two and distinguish Diptera from other so-called flies, while the halteres, or reduced hindwings, separate Diptera from other insects with one pair of wings. The order includes the families Calliphoridae, Oestridae, Phoridae, SARCOPHAGIDAE, Scatophagidae, Sciaridae, SIMULIIDAE, Tabanidae, Therevidae, Trypetidae, CERATOPOGONIDAE; CHIRONOMIDAE; CULICIDAE; DROSOPHILIDAE; GLOSSINIDAE; MUSCIDAE; TEPHRITIDAE; and PSYCHODIDAE. 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Frank Fraser Darling
He described the social and breeding behaviour of the red deer, gulls, and the grey seal respectively, in the three academic ... 1937 - A Herd of Red Deer. A Study in Animal Behaviour. Oxford University Press. 1938 - Bird Flocks and the Breeding Cycle: a ... 1949 - Sandy the Red Deer. OUP: London. 1953 - Alaska: An Ecological Reconnaissance. Ronald Press Company: New York. 1955 - ... works A Herd of Red Deer, Bird Flocks and the Breeding Cycle and A Naturalist on Rona. The Fraser Darling effect, proposed by ...
Aryeh Tzvi Frumer
His book of responsa, Eretz Tzvi (Land of the Deer) is widely quoted to this day. Frumer was born in Czeladź, Poland, to Hanoch ... ארץ צבי [Land of the Deer] (in Hebrew). Lublin. 1938. ... Land of the Deer) (Lublin, 1938) Eretz Tzvi was reprinted in ... In 1938 he published his second work, ארץ צבי (Eretz Tzvi) (the title being another name for the Land of Israel and a play on ... At the second Siyum HaShas in Yeshivas Chachmei Lublin in June 1938, Frumer initiated the Mishnah Yomit worldwide daily study ...
Ruthenians and Ukrainians in Czechoslovakia (1918-1938)
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Montana Highway 48
Montana State Highway 48 (MT 48) is a short state maintained highway located in Deer Lodge County, in the southwestern region ... The entire route is in Deer Lodge County. Footnotes Montana Road Log, p. 104. Railways of Montana (Map) (2012 ed.). Cartography ... MT 48 was first designated in 1938, although portions of a highway existed in the location of MT 48 by at least 1924. MT 48 ... 1938. By 1949, all but 0.046 miles (0.074 km) of MT 48 had been reconstructed along its current route. US 10 had been ...
Little Boston, Washington
Bear, deer and other wildlife also live on the reservation. On June 16, 1938, the S'Klallam tribe receives a 1,234-acre (4.99 ... "S'Klallam tribe receives a reservation on Port Gamble Bay on June 16, 1938". HistoryLink.org. 2007. Retrieved 2007-05-02. ... and established the S'Klallam (spelled Clallam) Reservation in 1938. Health officials burned the community of Little Boston ...
He was educated in Alhambra, Rocky Mountain House and Red Deer. Lund is a third-generation farmer on the family farm. Lund was ... Tyrone Orville Lund (born March 31, 1938) is a Canadian politician and former Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, ... Lund was born on March 31, 1938 in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. ...
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Thomas Edward Donne
Red deer stalking in New Zealand, Published 1924 by Constable & Company, London. The Maori past and present : an account of a ... He was particularly fond of deer hunting and amassed a large collection of trophy heads. His interest in hunting was ... The court included promotion of New Zealand's hunting and fishing through numerous deer heads and stuffed fish, examples of ... red deer, wapiti, salmon, chamois and thar (the usual New Zealand spelling). It was while hunting that he found a complete ...
Comanche National Grassland
Hunting is permitted for mule deer, elk, pronghorn, wild turkey, and small game. Colorado state regulations apply. Map of ... Wildlife on the grassland includes pronghorn, prairie dogs, lesser prairie chickens, mule deer, elk, wild turkey, golden eagle ... states and counties affected by the Dust Bowl between 1935 and 1938 originally prepared by the Soil Conservation Service. The ...
The community is located between Deer River and Big Falls at the junction of State Highways 6 (MN 6) and 286 (MN 286); and ... Talmoon is located 19 miles north of Deer River. Nearby places include Bowstring, Marcell, Spring Lake, Bigfork, and Effie. A ... 1938-1939), and then as Talmoon until its closing in 1954. Local businesses include the Minnesota Energy Conservation Council, ... post office operated in the community, first as Mack (1912-1938), then as Hayslips Corners ( ...
Gladys Fries Harriman
Deer mice: Peromyscus. In: The natural history of New Mexican mammals. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press: 91-94 ... 1952). "Food of deer mice, Peromyscus maniculatus and P. boylei, in the northern Sierra Nevada, California". Journal of ... 1953). "Reproduction of deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus and P. boylii) in the Sierra Nevada, California". Journal of ... Clark, Frank H. (1938). "Age of sexual maturity in mice of the genus Peromyscus". Journal of Mammalogy. 19 (2): 230-234. doi: ...
History of Mohun Bagan A.C.
Guin, a right winger was nicknamed "Racing Deer" for his speed along the flanks. Captained by Bimal Mukherjee (son of Manmohan ... Mohun Bagan also broke a 29-year-old barren run in Trades Cup in 1938. In second half 1930s both Umapati Kumar and Gostha Pal ... "1938 Indian Tour of Australia". Ozfootball.net. 2013-07-29. Retrieved 2015-08-11. "Mana Guin: The Forgotten Hero Of Mohun Bagan ... Mohun Bagan gave a good account of themselves, losing narrowly by 1-0. In 1938 the tradition of Mohun Bagan players leading IFA ...
The deer is important in the mythology of many peoples. To the Greeks it was sacred to the goddess Artemis, while in Hinduism ... The deer also held spiritual significance to the pastoralist cultures of the Eurasian Steppe. The golden stag figurine found in ... These parts are meant to represent the entirety of the whale and are honored as such during the festival (Lantis 1938, p. 445 ... Lantis, Margaret (1938). "The Alaska Whale Cult and Its Affinities" American Anthropologist, New Series, 40(3). Livingstone, A ...
Maryland Route 24
... where the state highway passes through the gorge that Deer Creek has cut through Rock Ridge. The state highway crosses Deer ... MD 24 received a new bridge over Deer Creek within Rocks State Park in 1934. Since the 1930s, the only notable improvement to ... MD 24 passes close to Kilgore Falls, the second highest waterfall in Maryland; the falls on the Falling Branch of Deer Creek ... The state highway crosses Stirrup Run before beginning to closely parallel Deer Creek. MD 24 passes through several sharp ...
Napatree is also home to deer, fox, ospreys and a resting area for migratory birds. "Watch Hill In The Hurricane of September ... Combined with the 1938 hurricane, erosion by the sea has caused the Napatree beach line to retreat some 200 feet since the mid- ... The Hurricane of 1938 caught New England by surprise. Forty-two people were in their Fort Road homes on Napatree when the ... Up until the Hurricane of 1938, Napatree was sickle-shaped and included a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) long northern extension called ...
Fred Koch Brewery
The main products sold in the 1950s included Koch's Golden Anniversary, Koch's Lager, Deer Run Pale Ale and Koch's "Kookie" ... Brands introduced after prohibition included Pale Lager Beer, Deer Run Ale, and Koch's Bock Beer. And, in 1938, Koch's Golden ... Despite attempts to diversify by producing well known regional brands including Koch's, Black Horse, Deer Run, Simon Pure, ... "The Fred Koch Brewery Announces Its Golden Anniversary Beer," Dunkirk Evening Observer - Thursday, May 26, 1938. "Annie Doesn't ...
Belle Meade Plantation
The company also released the deer from the fenced park upon receipt of private donations. In 1938, the former plantation lands ... The estate also featured a 600-acre deer park. Belle Meade had many successful studs, including Bonnie Scotland and Enquirer, ... The guests enjoyed country pursuits in the fenced deer park, barbeques, and tours of the Thoroughbred paddocks. Following ...
The brain volume is quite small, about 500 to 550 cm3, not much larger than that of Australopithecus afarensis and Australopithecus africanus or modern-day chimpanzees. In P. boisei the foramen magnum is much shorter than in P. robustus. In addition, the cranial variation of P. boisei is remarkably high. The adult males were larger on average than females (sexual dimorphism), as was the case in virtually all australopithecine species. Males weighed some 49 kg (108 lb) and stood about 1.37 m (4 ft 6 in) tall, while females weighed about 34 kg (75 lb) and were 1.24 m (4 ft 1 in) tall. It had a skull highly specialized for heavy chewing and several traits seen in modern-day gorillas. The molar teeth were very large, with an area over twice that of modern humans. The species is sometimes referred to as "Nutcracker Man" because it had the biggest, flattest cheek teeth and the thickest enamel of any known hominin. P. boisei had large chewing muscles attached to a pronounced sagittal crest. ...
The largest land-based wild animals today are deer. The red deer is the largest species, with roe deer and fallow deer also ... Sika deer and two more species of smaller deer, muntjac and Chinese water deer, have been introduced, muntjac becoming ... "The Fallow Deer Project, University of Nottingham". Nottingham.ac.uk. Archived from the original on 15 March 2008. Retrieved 24 ... widespread in England and parts of Wales while Chinese water deer are restricted mainly to East Anglia. Habitat loss has ...
... red deer (Cervus elaphus) and European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and wild boar (Sus scrofa). Boar made up 7.1% of the prey ... Veterinary Deer Society. *^ Gorbet, G.B. & Harris, S. (1991). The Handbook of British Mammals, Third Edition. Blackwell Science ... Alexander, T. L., & Buxton, D. (Eds.). (1986). Management and diseases of deer: a handbook for the veterinary surgeon. ... On deer forest, eagles were tolerated later than in other British areas, but destructions accelerated there by the late 1800s.[ ...
Deadwood, South Dakota
Meaning-Deer is enemy itself by its meat. This piece has been rendered into English by Hasna Jasimuddin Moudud. ... 12, 16, 19, 38 While, some of these Rāgas are extinct, the names of some of these Rāgas may be actually the variants of the ... 1-156, Calcutta University, Calcutta,1938 CE *^ Sen Sukumar (1995). Charyageeti Padavali (in Bengali), Kolkata: Ananda ...
Fauna of Scotland
Landseer's painting of a red deer stag, Monarch of the Glen, is one of the most notable images of Victorian Scotland. The ... Arctic fox and the giant deer Megaloceros giganteus. Other mammals that used to inhabit Scotland but became extinct in ... it is generally replaced by roe deer in lower-lying land. Although found elsewhere in the UK, no wild populations of ... although its existence in the pure form is threatened by hybridisation with introduced sika deer. Very much a hill-dwelling ...
In addition, in the city there live rats, hedgehogs, foxes, wild boars, bats, martens, squirrels, deer, hares, beavers, ... Arrests were made for speaking Polish in public, and in 1938 the Nazi-controlled police destroyed the Polish cultural centre.[ ... took place in Breslau from 26 to 31 July 1938. The Sportsfest was held to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the German Wars ...
Not to be confused with mouse-deer.. "Deer mouse" redirects here. For a broader category of rodents which includes other deer ... "Deer mouse" redirects here. For the species often called deer mouse, see Peromyscus maniculatus. ... Deer Mice Fact Sheet from the National Pest Management Association - with information on habits, habitat and health threats. ... Ehrlichiosis and babesiosis are also carried by the deer mouse. Use as a laboratory animal. While wild populations are ...
Three Comrades (novel)
... and it is believed to have been the inspiration for director Michael Cimino's 1978 film The Deer Hunter. Hayao Miyazaki's last ... The novel was made into an American film of the same title in 1938 starring Franchot Tone, Robert Taylor, Robert Young and ... First German language edition was published in 1938 by exile publisher Querido in Amsterdam, but the novel was published in ...
Grasshopper Club Zürich - Alemannische Wikipedia
Thiere, in welchen die verschiedenen Systeme der Organe nicht scharf ausgeschieden sind, und deren unregelmässige Form und ... Copeland HF (1938). "The Kingdoms of Organisms". Quarterly Review of Biology. 13 (4): 383-420. doi:10.1086/394568. JSTOR ... In 1938, Herbert Copeland resurrected Hogg's label, arguing that Haeckel's term Protista included anucleated microbes such as ...
Manfred von Richthofen
Sissinghurst Castle Garden
... deer park and in August 1573 entertained Queen Elizabeth I at Sissinghurst. ... Vita and Harold first opened the garden to the paying public for two days in mid-1938. Thereafter, the opening hours were ... Harold's diary entry for 26 September 1938 records the tense European atmosphere at the time of the Munich Crisis. "They are ...
Skull and Bones
Deer Island. The society owns and manages Deer Island, an island retreat on the St. Lawrence River. Alexandra Robbins, ... But although each new Skull and Bones member still visits Deer Island, the place leaves something to be desired. "Now it is ... Star football players tapped for Skull and Bones included the first Jewish player (Al Hessberg, class of 1938) and African- ...
Dental, alveolar and postalveolar lateral approximants
the deer'. Palatalized laminal; allophone of /l/ before /ʃ, t͡ʃ, d͡ʒ/. See Italian phonology. ... Pop, Sever (1938), Micul Atlas Linguistic Român, Muzeul Limbii Române Cluj. *. Pretnar, Tone; Tokarz, Emil (1980), Slovenščina ... The process of Norm change for the good pronunciation of the Portuguese language in chant and dramatics in Brazil during 1938, ...
Red in the Face
... and deer. Its task was to seize the prey and hold it until the hunters arrived. In later years, faster dogs were favored and a ... "1938 AKC Boxer Breed Standard".. *^ a b Karla Spitzer (2006). The Everything Boxer Book (1st ed.). Avon, MA: F+W Publications, ... mahogany or stag/deer red, and dark honey-blonde. In the UK and Europe, fawn Boxers are typically rich in color and are often ... 1938 AKC Boxer breed standard. Boxers are a bright, energetic and playful breed and tend to be very good with children. ...
They should be hunted down like deer, not slaughtered like pigs. ... Kubátová, Hana; Láníček, Jan (2018). The Jew in Czech and Slovak Imagination, 1938-89: Antisemitism, the Holocaust, and Zionism ... Kubátová, Hana (2014). "Jewish Resistance in Slovakia, 1938-45". In Henry, Patrick. Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis. ... a Hungarian Jew who had emigrated to Palestine in 1938. In the early 1950s Gruenwald, who strongly opposed Mapai, the ...
For example, first year deer offered hides most suitable for clothing, while fourth year deer contained far more meat. ... La Gala, the glacial topography forced the deer to pass through the areas in the valley occupied by humans. Additional ... As the settlers became more aware of the migration patterns of animals like red deer, they learned that prey herd in valleys, ... Dorothy Garrod, 1938. They are known for their Venus figurines, which were typically made as either ivory or limestone ...
Our Canadian Stories: Leopoldine Olafson - Red Deer Advocate
Replay Red Deer Feb. 25: Relatives write letter criticizing Klaus killers sentence. Watch weekly news highlights from Red Deer ... Replay Red Deer Feb. 25: Relatives write letter criticizing Klaus killers sentence. Watch weekly news highlights from Red Deer ... In photos: Olympian hopefuls compete in Red Deer. About 97 athletes came together in Red Deer Sunday to test their… ... PHOTOS: Hypothermic Half Marathon in Red Deer. By Staff Red Deer Advocate… Continue reading ...
North Red Deer, Alberta - Wikipedia
North Red Deer North Red Deer is a former village in central Alberta, Canada within the City of Red Deer. The village was ... "North Red Deer: A Century of Change" (PDF). City of Red Deer. p. 4. Retrieved 2011-07-24. "North Red Deer Community Heritage ... Michael Dawe (2002-12-18). "The Village of North Red Deer" (PDF). Red Deer Express/City of Red Deer. Retrieved 2011-07-24. ... North Red Deer was established as a hamlet in 1894 upon completion of the C&E rail line, including the bridge over the Red Deer ...
Deer botfly - Wikipedia
The name deer botfly (also deer nose bot) refers to any species in the genus Cephenemyia (sometimes misspelled as Cephenomyia ... DNR - Deer Nose Bots. State of Michigan, Department of Natural Resources. Nasal Bots in Deer: Harmless but Irritating. Nan K. ... The speed of the deer fly. Science. 87: 233-242. (Access by purchase or subscription.) Deer nose bot fly, or Cephenomyia ( ... Using the original report as a basis, Langmuir estimated the deer botflys true speed at a more plausible 25 miles per hour. ...
A case of avian tuberculosis in spotted deer
Some bacterial diseases of spotted deer (Axis axis). Vet. Rec., 120: 420 Christiansen, M. 1931. Intensive tuberculosis in deer ... A case of avian tuberculosis in spotted deer. Bibliography B.M. Arora The author is the Director of the National Zoological ... Male spotted deer (Axis axis) that died of tuberculosis - Cerf tacheté (Axis axis) mort de tuberculose - Ciervo macho con ... Tuberculous lesions in the lung of a male spotted deer diagnosed with Mycobacterium avium - Lésions dues à la tuberculose ...
Figure 1 - Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus Antibodies in Roe Deer, the Netherlands - Volume 25, Number 2-February 2019 - Emerging...
... we conducted serosurveillance in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) during 2017 and compared results with those obtained during ... Jahfari S, de Vries A, Rijks JM, Van Gucht S, Vennema H, Sprong H, et al. Tick-borne encephalitis virus in ticks and roe deer, ... Roe deer sera used for TBE surveillance in Austria. Ticks Tick Borne Dis. 2015;6:489-93. DOIPubMed ... Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus Antibodies in Roe Deer, the Netherlands Jolianne M. Rijks. , Margriet G.E. Montizaan, Nine Bakker ...
Tick-Borne Encephalitis Virus Antibodies in Roe Deer, the Netherlands - Volume 25, Number 2-February 2019 - Emerging Infectious...
... we conducted serosurveillance in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) during 2017 and compared results with those obtained during ... Jahfari S, de Vries A, Rijks JM, Van Gucht S, Vennema H, Sprong H, et al. Tick-borne encephalitis virus in ticks and roe deer, ... Roe deer sera used for TBE surveillance in Austria. Ticks Tick Borne Dis. 2015;6:489-93. DOIPubMed ... A potential focus was defined by the presence of a TBEV SNT-confirmed or PCR-positive roe deer case. A confirmed focus was ...
The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1938 · Page 4
1938 NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Arkansas Dailies. Inc., New YW*,, ClilpfWP, W- torit, Bt* louts, ... STANDING DEER, NORTH CAROLINA INDIAN. CAN PUT AN ARROW THROUGH A 25-C£NT AT TWENTY-FIVE PACES HEATWAVES APPROACH BUT DERAR.T ... February 12, 1938. The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4. Publication: The Courier News i Location: Blytheville ... Sees Boom In His 1938 Circulation CHARLESTON. W. Va. (UP) - Declared Curbed Best in High Chair BOSTON (UP)- The high chair - ...
USGS Current Conditions for USGS 01580000 DEER CREEK AT ROCKS, MD
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The genus Cervus in eastern Eurasia | SpringerLink
Christian Pitra and co-workers published the first molecular phylogeny of Old World deer which advanced our understanding of ... the chital/hog deer group and the swamp deer/Elds deer group. Therefore, many conspicuous external features-antler complexity ... Dolan JM (1988) A deer of many lands: a guide to the subspecies of the red deer Cervus elaphus L. Zoonooz 62(10):4-34Google ... Mammals, vol 1, no 2. Musk deer and deer. Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow (Translation: 1980, Israel Program for ...
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10 Extraordinary Extinct Animals - Listverse
Schomburgks deer antlers were believed to contain powers of magic and healing. The species became widely sought after by ... Some believe the deer still lives, but scientific observations have not validated this assertion. ... The last wild Schomburgks deer was killed in 1932. The last domesticated one died in 1938. Interestingly, in 1991, UN ... Plentiful numbers of Schomburgks deer once roamed Thailand. The animal was described and named in 1863, after the British ...
deer flies, yellow flies and horse flies - Chrysops, Diachlorus and Tabanus spp.
Deer flies range in length from 7 to 10 mm while horse flies are from 10 to 25 mm. The deer flies are yellow to black, have ... common name: deer flies, yellow flies and horse flies. scientific name: Chrysops, Diachlorus, and Tabanus spp. (Insecta: ... Horse flies and deer flies are world-wide in distribution. They are, however, unreported in Hawaii, Greenland, and Iceland. In ... Horse flies are in the genus Tabanus and deer flies are in the genus Chrysops. The yellow fly, Diachlorus ferrugatus (Fabricius ...
Ojai Deer Lodge Restaurant - Ojai, CA | OpenTable
... photos and location information for Ojai Deer Lodge in Ojai, CA. Or book now at one of our other 1182 great restaurants in Ojai ... The Deer Lodge was packed on a Saturday night, and for good reason: They had some great live music, a rustic lodge dating back ... The Deer Lodge is a great find. Good drinks, good food and a kitschy atmosphere. A must try when youre in the area. ... We have been to the Deer Lodge several times. In previous visits we had found it to be so-so, but the past few times, weve ...
Optimal foraging and community structure: implications for a guild of generalist grassland herbivores | SpringerLink
Prins RA, Geilan MJH (1971) Rumen characteristics of red deer, fallow deer and roe deer. J Wildl Manage 35:673-680Google ... Hill RR (1956) Forage, food habits, and range management of the mule deer. In: Taylor WP (ed), The deer of North America: their ... Keller GL (1975) Seasonal food habits of desert mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus crooki) on a specific mule deer-cattle range in ... Hosley NW (1956) Management of white-tailed deer in its environment. In: Taylor WP (ed), The deer of North America: their ...
Volume s1-18, Issue 5 | The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
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- From their they went by train across Canada, a 10 day trip, seeing the Manitoba floods with water on both sides of the train as it was April 1939 at that time, they went through Red Deer with Elsa commenting on for years after about the many trees that Red Deer had, something she loved as it reminded her of the Sudetenland. (reddeeradvocate.com)
- For a woman who was to transform film, it is fitting that Maya Deren was born in Russia in 1917, during the birth of the Revolution. (jwa.org)
- But with Sasha Hammid, she penetrated the world of film, becoming Maya Deren, avant-garde filmmaker. (jwa.org)
- Considered among the most important figures in the postwar development of personal independent films in the United States, Maya Deren defined her approach: "The great art expressions will come later, as they always have, and they will be dedicated, again to the agony and the experience rather than the incident. (jwa.org)
- Eventually, Sasha Hammid and Maya Deren divorced. (jwa.org)
- Maya Deren met her third husband, Teiji Ito, when he was only fifteen years old and she was in her thirties. (jwa.org)
- Maya Deren was born Eleonora Derenkowsky in Kiev in 1917. (lightcone.org)
- Maya Deren worked ceaselessly to establish facilities and funding for the independent film movement which subsequently grew up in America. (lightcone.org)
- Allen EO (1968) Range use, foods, condition, and productivity of white-tailed deer in Montana. (springer.com)
- The four elements of the lower hind foot (calcaneus, metatarsal, naviculo-cuboid, and tibia) were tested for use as age-independent proxies of body size in white-tailed deer using known aged specimens from Ft. Hood Texas. (unt.edu)
- Statistical analysis indicates that the calcaneum and the tibia are good proxies of age-independent body size in white-tailed deer. (unt.edu)
- Images of a few members of the family Cervidae (clockwise from top left) consisting of the red deer , the sika deer , the barasingha , the reindeer , and the white-tailed deer , and the grey brocket , and the elk , and the pudú . (wikipedia.org)
- The highest concentration of large deer species in temperate North America lies in the Canadian Rocky Mountain and Columbia Mountain regions between Alberta and British Columbia where all five North American deer species ( white-tailed deer , mule deer , caribou, elk , and moose) can be found. (wikipedia.org)
- Tissue changes in white-tailed deer (Odocoileusvirginianus borealis) with natural lung-worm infections (Protostrongylus and Dictyocaulus). (umich.edu)
- Cook CE, Wang Y, Sensabaugh G (1999) A mitochondrial control region and cytochrome b phylogeny of sika deer ( Cervus nippon ) and report of tandem repeats in the control region. (springer.com)
- Goodman SJ, Tamate HB, Wilson R, Nagata J, Tatsuzawa S, Swanson GM, Pemberton JM, McCullough DR (2001) Bottlenecks, drift and differentiation: the population structure and demographic history of sika deer ( Cervus nippon ) in the Japanese archipelago. (springer.com)
- Sika deer ( Cervus nippon ) not only produces less methane than bovine, but they also harbor a distinct methanogen community. (biomedcentral.com)
- Whereas, knowledge of methanogens colonization in the rumen and cecum of sika deer is relatively still unknown, which could provide more insights to the manipulation of gut microbiota during early life. (biomedcentral.com)
- Here, we examined the development of bacteria and methanogens in the rumen and cecum of juvenile sika deer from birth to post-weaning (1 day, 42 days and 70 days, respectively) based on next generation sequencing. (biomedcentral.com)
- This study contributes to our knowledge about the microbial succession in GIT of sika deer, that may facilitate the development of targeted strategies to improve GIT function of sika deer. (biomedcentral.com)
- 2017) revealed that methane per unit was lower in sika deer ( Cervus nippon ) than goat [ 18 ]. (biomedcentral.com)
- These results suggested that exploring the methanogen development in the GIT of sika deer could provide more insights into the establishment of methanogen community, and the manipulation of ruminant in early life. (biomedcentral.com)
- However, there has not been report on the methanogens development in GIT of sika deer. (biomedcentral.com)
- A list of bovine tuberculosis in fallow deer. (fao.org)
- A white stag (or white hind for the female) is a white-colored red deer or fallow deer, explained by a condition known as leucism that causes its hair and skin to lose its natural colour. (wikipedia.org)
- Fallow deer have been introduced to South Africa. (wikipedia.org)
- Tuberculosis in a red deer ( Cervus elaphus ) due to an atypical mycobacterium. (fao.org)
- Tuberculosis in a free living red deer ( Cervus elaphus ) in Scotland. (fao.org)
- Balakrishnan CN, Montfort SL, Gaur A, Singh L, Sorenson MD (2003) Phylogeography and conservation genetics of Eld's deer ( Cervus eldi ). (springer.com)
- Roe deer ( Capreolus capreolus ) and European red deer ( Cervus elaphus elaphus ) are the only species of deer native to the British Isles. (beds.ac.uk)
- Serologic screening for 13 infectious agents in roe deer ( Capreolus capreolus ) in Flanders. (cdc.gov)
- To increase knowledge of tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) circulation in the Netherlands, we conducted serosurveillance in roe deer ( Capreolus capreolus ) during 2017 and compared results with those obtained during 2010. (cdc.gov)
- Retrospective screening of 297 roe deer ( Capreolus capreolus ) serum samples obtained during 2010 showed 6 samples contained TBEV-neutralizing antibodies. (cdc.gov)
- Roe deer ( Capreolus capreolus ) became extinct over large areas of Britain during the post mediaeval period but following re-introductions from Europe during the 1800s and early 1900s the population started to recover and in recent decades there has been a spectacular increase. (beds.ac.uk)
- Deren and Hammid moved to New York, where Deren, often referred to as the Mother of Underground Film, continued her film career, focusing also on her interest in dance. (jwa.org)
- Hammid collaborated with Deren on her first film, MESHES OF THE AFTERNOON which was shot using a 16mm Bolex in two weeks in 1943. (lightcone.org)
- An additional extinct species of deer, Megaceroides algericus , was present in North Africa until 6000 years ago. (wikipedia.org)
- Some believe that the Schomburgk's Deer might still be out there, as a relatively fresh set of antlers was uncovered in 1991, but there have been no confirmed sightings, and the species remains listed as Extinct. (blogspot.com)
- After a previously unratified attempt in 1946, the Village of North Red Deer amalgamated with the City of Red Deer on January 1, 1948. (wikipedia.org)
- Over the course of its incorporation, North Red Deer grew from a population of 304 in 1911 to a population of 698 in 1946. (wikipedia.org)
- Deren received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1946 for the purpose of traveling to Haiti in order to photograph Haitian dance. (jwa.org)
- Geographic distribution of tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) based on serosurveillance of roe deer, the Netherlands, during A) 2010 and B) 2017. (cdc.gov)
- Therefore, we collected roe deer blood samples during 2017, tested them for TBEV and TBEV-neutralizing antibodies, and compared results with those from 2010 ( 1 ). (cdc.gov)
- The lungs and, in one case the majority of the lung lobes, from two adult male roe deer were submitted to the Wildlife Veterinary Investigation Centre by hunters in April 2015 and April 2017 following the observation of gross abnormalities for the purpose of food safety. (beds.ac.uk)
- Cervidae) through the use of skeletal remains (excluding the skull) is pelvic suspensory tuberosity presence/absence in white-tailed (Odocoileus virginianus) and black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus). (thefreelibrary.com)
- Taber (1956) provides a method to determine sex of Cervidae from skeletal remains excluding the skull for white-tailed (Odocoileus virginianus) and black-tailed (O. hemionus columbianus) deer. (thefreelibrary.com)
- Small species of brocket deer and pudús of Central and South America, and muntjacs of Asia generally occupy dense forests and are less often seen in open spaces, with the possible exception of the Indian muntjac . (wikipedia.org)
- Some deer have a circumpolar distribution in both North America and Eurasia. (wikipedia.org)
- In 1938 Irving Langmuir, recipient of the 1932 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, examined the claim in detail and refuted the estimate. (wikipedia.org)
- Legendary in Ojai since 1932, The Deer Lodge is now under new ownership as of Jan. 2, 2013 and serving great locally raised grass fed steaks and American classics made with the best of Ojai farm-sourced ingredients seven days a week. (opentable.com)
- By 1932 the last wild Deer was killed, and the final captive specimen died 6 years later. (blogspot.com)
Members of the deer family2
- Alldredge WA, Lipscomb JF, Whicker FW (1974) Forage intake rates of mule deer estimated with fallout cesium-137. (springer.com)
- Anderson AE, Snyder WA, Brown GW (1965) Stomach content analyses related to condition in mule deer, Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico. (springer.com)
- Barmore WJ (1969) Pronghorn-mule deer range relationships on the northern Yellowstone winter range. (springer.com)
- Bartmann RM, Alldredge AW, Neil PH (1982) Evaluation of winter food choices by tame mule deer. (springer.com)
- and the Capreolinae , including the reindeer (caribou), the roe deer , the mule deer , and the moose . (wikipedia.org)
- In 2004, Christian Pitra and co-workers published the first molecular phylogeny of Old World deer which advanced our understanding of the Cervinae immeasurably by demonstrating the non-monophyletic status of the red deer/wapiti group, the chital/hog deer group and the swamp deer/Eld's deer group. (springer.com)
- At this juncture, Deren attended Smith College, completing her master's degree in English literature in June 1939. (jwa.org)
- From their they went by train across Canada, a 10 day trip, seeing the Manitoba floods with water on both sides of the train as it was April 1939 at that time, they went through Red Deer with Elsa commenting on for years after about the many trees that Red Deer had, something she loved as it reminded her of the Sudetenland. (reddeeradvocate.com)
Species of deer2
- While an epizootic outbreak of trypanosomiasis in a herd of spotted deer at Maitri Baugh Zoo, Bhilai, Madhya Pradesh, India, was being investigated, an adult male deer died of M. avium tuberculosis. (fao.org)
- Female reindeer, and male deer of all species except the Chinese water deer , grow and shed new antlers each year. (wikipedia.org)
- A male deer. (thefreedictionary.com)
- Although deer management has focused typically on population-level parameters (e.g., relative density, sex ratios), individual-level health parameters can be used by state agencies, private managers, and hunters to assess the success of management strategies. (eaglehill.us)
- Population dynamics and economic impact of deer in southern Michigan. (umich.edu)
- The family Tabanidae, commonly known as horse flies, and deer flies, contains pests of cattle, horses and humans. (ufl.edu)
- Horse flies are in the genus Tabanus and deer flies are in the genus Chrysops . (ufl.edu)
- Horse flies and deer flies are world-wide in distribution. (ufl.edu)
- Deer flies range in length from 7 to 10 mm while horse flies are from 10 to 25 mm. (ufl.edu)
- The deer flies are yellow to black, have stripes on the abdomen, and possess mottled wings with dark patches. (ufl.edu)
- Yellow flies are yellowish with the same body shape of deer flies, but have dark purple to black eyes marked with florescent green lines. (ufl.edu)
- The name deer botfly (also deer nose bot) refers to any species in the genus Cephenemyia (sometimes misspelled as Cephenomyia or Cephenemya), within the family Oestridae. (wikipedia.org)
- In 1928, the Derenkowskys became naturalized American citizens and shortened the family name to Deren. (jwa.org)
- Deer or true deer are hoofed ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae . (wikipedia.org)
- Considering the home range size for roe deer, we arbitrarily considered a case within 10 km part of the same focus. (cdc.gov)
- Thus, an understanding of physiological condition of deer across their range is warranted. (eaglehill.us)
- A number of toubts good line, has been released from her ture ,iair U)elr 'cn,,, fhare of deer about three and one-half mile from were responded to by Professors Koe- lf Hit more, 'i ne county clerk s office toum Range, was being driven to nK allj nher and others entrance to Sisklwit bay. (loc.gov)
- While often associated with forests, many deer are ecotone species that live in transitional areas between forests and thickets (for cover) and prairie and savanna (open space). (wikipedia.org)
- The role of early experience in habitat selection by the prairie deer mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus bairdi. (umich.edu)
- This section of the Olympic Discovery Trail offers scenic views of Olympic National Park, which was established in 1938 by President Franklin Roosevelt. (traillink.com)
- Its forests are home to cougars, bears, deer, woodpeckers, golden eagles, mountain goats and peregrine falcons nesting above the trail on Pyramid Mountain. (traillink.com)
- Hopewell is reached over a semi-improved dirt road from the junction of Deer Trail and Tusas Canyons 5 mi to the east. (nmt.edu)
- Our results provide baseline physiological data for deer in a nutrientdeficient habitat type. (eaglehill.us)
- Though managers need to consider nutritional plane of particular habitat types, our results indicate that deer can achieve normal body weights and maintain body condition in nutrient-deficient sites. (eaglehill.us)
- Further, nutritionally deficient habitat types are of interest because few studies have examined deer health at sites where nutritional plane is low. (eaglehill.us)