Animal Population Groups: Animals grouped according to ecological, morphological or genetic populations.Leontopithecus: The genus of lion tamarins in the subfamily CALLITRICHINAE. The common name refers to the mane on the shoulders.Animal DiseasesPopulation Dynamics: The pattern of any process, or the interrelationship of phenomena, which affects growth or change within a population.Sarcoptes scabiei: A species of mite that causes SCABIES in humans and sarcoptic mange in other animals. Specific variants of S. scabiei exist for humans and animals, but many have the ability to cross species and cause disease.Scabies: A contagious cutaneous inflammation caused by the bite of the mite SARCOPTES SCABIEI. It is characterized by pruritic papular eruptions and burrows and affects primarily the axillae, elbows, wrists, and genitalia, although it can spread to cover the entire body.Veterinary Medicine: The medical science concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases in animals.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.Foxes: Any of several carnivores in the family CANIDAE, that possess erect ears and long bushy tails and are smaller than WOLVES. They are classified in several genera and found on all continents except Antarctica.Population Density: Number of individuals in a population relative to space.Population Groups: Individuals classified according to their sex, racial origin, religion, common place of living, financial or social status, or some other cultural or behavioral attribute. (UMLS, 2003)Animals, Domestic: Animals which have become adapted through breeding in captivity to a life intimately associated with humans. They include animals domesticated by humans to live and breed in a tame condition on farms or ranches for economic reasons, including LIVESTOCK (specifically CATTLE; SHEEP; HORSES; etc.), POULTRY; and those raised or kept for pleasure and companionship, e.g., PETS; or specifically DOGS; CATS; etc.Ecosystem: A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)Zoonoses: Diseases of non-human animals that may be transmitted to HUMANS or may be transmitted from humans to non-human animals.Conservation of Natural Resources: The protection, preservation, restoration, and rational use of all resources in the total environment.Birds: Warm-blooded VERTEBRATES possessing FEATHERS and belonging to the class Aves.Climate: The longterm manifestations of WEATHER. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)Genetics, Population: The discipline studying genetic composition of populations and effects of factors such as GENETIC SELECTION, population size, MUTATION, migration, and GENETIC DRIFT on the frequencies of various GENOTYPES and PHENOTYPES using a variety of GENETIC TECHNIQUES.Continental Population Groups: Groups of individuals whose putative ancestry is from native continental populations based on similarities in physical appearance.Genetic Variation: Genotypic differences observed among individuals in a population.Models, Biological: Theoretical representations that simulate the behavior or activity of biological processes or diseases. For disease models in living animals, DISEASE MODELS, ANIMAL is available. Biological models include the use of mathematical equations, computers, and other electronic equipment.Cattle: Domesticated bovine animals of the genus Bos, usually kept on a farm or ranch and used for the production of meat or dairy products or for heavy labor.Urobilinogen: A colorless compound formed in the intestines by the reduction of bilirubin. Some is excreted in the feces where it is oxidized to urobilin. Some is reabsorbed and re-excreted in the bile as bilirubin. At times, it is re-excreted in the urine, where it may be later oxidized to urobilin.Ethnic Groups: A group of people with a common cultural heritage that sets them apart from others in a variety of social relationships.

Cell division: plant-like properties of animal cell cytokinesis. (1/157)

Recent evidence that a syntaxin is required for cytokinesis in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos suggests that the mechanism of cell division in plant and animal cells may be more similar than previously imagined.  (+info)

Polarization of cell growth in yeast. I. Establishment and maintenance of polarity states. (2/157)

The ability to polarize is a fundamental property of cells. The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae has proven to be a fertile ground for dissecting the molecular mechanisms that regulate cell polarity during growth. Here we discuss the signaling pathways that regulate polarity. In the second installment of this two-part commentary, which appears in the next issue of Journal of Cell Science, we discuss how the actin cytoskeleton responds to these signals and guides the polarity of essentially all events in the yeast cell cycle. During the cell cycle, yeast cells assume alternative states of polarized growth, which range from tightly focused apical growth to non-focused isotropic growth. RhoGTPases, and in particular Cdc42p, are essential to guiding this polarity. The distribution of Cdc42p at the cell cortex establishes cell polarity. Cyclin-dependent protein kinase, Ras, and heterotrimeric G proteins all modulate yeast cell polarity in part by altering the distribution of Cdc42p. In turn, Cdc42p generates feedback signals to these molecules in order to establish stable polarity states and coordinate cytoskeletal organization with the cell cycle. Given that many of these signaling pathways are present in both fungi and animals, they are probably ancient and conserved mechanisms for regulating polarity.  (+info)

Animal phylogeny: root and branch surgery. (3/157)

Our view of how-many phyla relate to each other is being radically revised by molecular phylogenetics. For example, arthropods and annelids are no longer placed together, but are now considered to be in separate clades. The new tree has important ramifications for developmental biology and genomics.  (+info)

In situ characterization of genetically targeted (green fluorescent) single cells and their microenvironment in an adoptive host. (4/157)

Stable expression of transgene-encoded enhanced green fluorescence protein (eGFP) was used as a sensitive and specific marker to detect in situ donor cells engrafted into different tissues of adoptive hosts. eGFP(+) lymphoid or myeloid cells (eg, CD4(+) T cells or bone marrow-derived dendritic cells) from eGFP-transgenic C57BL/6 donor mice were injected into congenic, immunodeficient RAG1(-/-) C57/BL6 hosts. eGFP(+) cells were detected in the adoptive host from 2 days to 4 weeks after transfer using an optimized method of fixed cryopreservation to process the tissue. This allowed the simple, sensitive, and specific detection of eGFP(+) donor cells in histological sections of transplanted hosts. We further demonstrate that this technique can be combined with other established labeling methods such as 1) immunofluorescent labeling to characterize the host cells interacting with engrafted cells and to determine the phenotype of the engrafted cells in situ; 2) terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase-mediated dUTP nick-end labeling staining to detect apoptotic death of engrafted and autochthonous cell populations; and 3) fluorescent antibody labeling of incorporated bromodeoxyuridine to measure the fraction of proliferating cells in the graft.  (+info)

Evaluating hypotheses of basal animal phylogeny using complete sequences of large and small subunit rRNA. (5/157)

We studied the evolutionary relationships among basal metazoan lineages by using complete large subunit (LSU) and small subunit (SSU) ribosomal RNA sequences for 23 taxa. After identifying competing hypotheses, we performed maximum likelihood searches for trees conforming to each hypothesis. Kishino-Hasegawa tests were used to determine whether the data (LSU, SSU, and combined) reject any of the competing hypotheses. We also conducted unconstrained tree searches, compared the resulting topologies, and calculated bootstrap indices. Shimodaira-Hasegawa tests were applied to determine whether the data reject any of the topologies resulting from the constrained and unconstrained tree searches. LSU, SSU, and the combined data strongly contradict two assertions pertaining to sponge phylogeny. Hexactinellid sponges are not likely to be the basal lineage of a monophyletic Porifera or the sister group to all other animals. Instead, Hexactinellida and Demospongia form a well-supported clade of siliceous sponges, Silicea. It remains unclear, on the basis of these data alone, whether the calcarean sponges are more closely related to Silicea or to nonsponge animals. The SSU and combined data reject the hypothesis that Bilateria is more closely related to Ctenophora than it is to Cnidaria, whereas LSU data alone do not refute either hypothesis. LSU and SSU data agree in supporting the monophyly of Bilateria, Cnidaria, Ctenophora, and Metazoa. LSU sequence data reveal phylogenetic structure in a data set with limited taxon sampling. Continued accumulation of LSU sequences should increase our understanding of animal phylogeny.  (+info)

Reconstructing/deconstructing the earliest eukaryotes: how comparative genomics can help. (6/157)

We could reconstruct the evolution of eukaryote-specific molecular and cellular machinery if some living eukaryotes retained primitive cellular structures and we knew which eukaryotes these were. It's not clear that either is the case, but the expanding protist genomic database could help us in several ways.  (+info)

Birth of piglets derived from porcine zygotes cultured in a chemically defined medium. (7/157)

We evaluated the in vitro development of porcine zygotes that were cultured in a novel culture medium, porcine zygote medium (PZM), under different conditions and compared to in vivo development. The viability of these zygotes to full term after culture was also evaluated by embryo transfer to recipients. Porcine single-cell zygotes were collected from gilts on Day 2 after hCG injection. Culture of zygotes in PZM containing 3 mg/ml of BSA (PZM-3) produced better results in terms of proportion of Day 6 blastocysts, Day 8 hatching rate, and numbers of inner cell mass (ICM) cells and total cells in Day 8 embryos than that in North Carolina State University (NCSU)-23 medium. In culture with PZM-3, embryo development was optimized in an atmosphere of 5% CO2:5% O2:90% N2 compared to 5% CO2 in air. The ICM and total cell numbers in Day 6 embryos cultured in PZM-3 or in PZM-3 in which BSA was replaced with 3 mg/ml of polyvinyl alcohol (PZM-4) were also greater than those of NCSU-23 but less than those developed in vivo. However, no difference was found in the ratio of ICM to total cells among embryos developed in PZM-3, PZM-4, or in vivo. When the Day 6 embryos that developed in PZM-4 (99 embryos) or in vivo (100 embryos) were each transferred into six recipients, no difference was found in the farrowing rate (83.3% for both treatments) and in the number of piglets born (33 and 42 piglets, respectively). Our results indicate that porcine zygotes can develop into blastocysts in a chemically defined medium and to full term by transfer to recipients after culture.  (+info)

A Caenorhabditis elegans TGF-beta, DBL-1, controls the expression of LON-1, a PR-related protein, that regulates polyploidization and body length. (8/157)

Using cDNA-based array analysis combined with double-stranded RNA interference (dsRNAi), we have identified yk298h6 as a target gene of Caenorhabditis elegans TGF-beta signaling. Worms overexpressing dbl-1, a TGF-beta ligand, are 16% longer than wild type. Array analysis shows yk298h6 to be one of several genes suppressed in such worms. Disruption of yk298h6 function by dsRNAi also resulted in long worms, suggesting that it is a negative regulator of body length. yk298h6 was then mapped to, and shown to be identical to, lon-1, a known gene that affects body length. lon-1 encodes a 312 amino acid protein with a motif sequence that is conserved from plants to humans. Expression studies confirm that LON-1 is repressed by DBL-1, suggesting that LON-1 is a novel downstream component of the C.elegans TGF-beta growth regulation pathway. Consistent with this, LON-1 is expressed mainly in the larval and adult hypodermis and has dose-dependent effects on body length associated with changes in hypodermal ploidy, but not hypodermal cell proliferation.  (+info)

*Beef cattle

If an animal is infected or suspected to have an illness, its owners are to report it immediately to a practicing veterinarian ... The original Shorthorn was also a dual-purpose breed, but it diverged into two groups through selective breeding. Most beef ... Due to the density of herd populations, illnesses can spread very quickly between cattle. Owners are expected to monitor their ... According to the Canadian National Farm Animal Care Council, beef cattle must have access to shelter from extreme weather, safe ...

*Western cattle egret

Some populations of the cattle egret are migratory and others show post-breeding dispersal. The adult cattle egret has few ... Where numerous large animals are present, cattle egrets selectively forage around species that move at around 5-15 steps per ... The cattle egret can be a safety hazard to aircraft due to its habit of feeding in large groups in the grassy verges of ... In many areas populations can be both sedentary and migratory. In the northern hemisphere, migration is from cooler climes to ...

*Scabies

Walton, SF; Currie, BJ (April 2007). "Problems in Diagnosing Scabies, a Global Disease in Human and Animal Populations". ... Crowded living conditions, such as those found in child-care facilities, group homes, and prisons, increase the risk of spread ... Walton SF, Currie BJ (2007). "Problems in Diagnosing Scabies, a Global Disease in Human and Animal Populations". Clinical ... The word scabies is from Latin: scabere, "to scratch". Other animals do not spread human scabies. Infection in other animals is ...

*Heck cattle

Weak animals are shot by hunters in order to prevent unnecessary suffering. Others are at the Falkenthaler Rieselfelder near ... Rather they should be seen as a population of cattle in which a few aurochs characteristics may be found; a trait they share ... The ABU (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Biologischer Umweltschutz), a conservation group in Germany, started to crossbreed Heck cattle ... The herd grew to 20 animals, but in 2015 Gow had to slaughter all but six due to high levels of aggression. Heck horse ...

*Warder Clyde Allee

ISBN 978-0-226-53237-0 Animal geographies Group selection Population density Superorganism "Warder Clyde Allee". britannica.com ... Animal Life and Social Growth (1932), The Social Life of Animals (1938), Principles of Animal Ecology, co-authored by Alfred E ... He also chaired the Committee on the Ecology of Animal Populations of the National Research Council which was established in ... His research findings led to many publications, with the most notable being Principles of Animal Ecology and Animal ...

*Functional group (ecology)

There are generally two types of functional groups that range between flora and specific animal populations. Groups that relate ... A functional group is merely a set of species, or collection of organisms, that share alike characteristics within a community ... These groups share an indistinguishable part within their energy flow, providing a key position within food chains and ... "Chapter 2: Functional Groups." Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 9-25. Print. Vassiliki, Markantonatou. " ...

*Sociality

... is the degree to which individuals in an animal population tend to associate in social groups and form cooperative ... An animal that exhibits a high degree of sociality is called a social animal. The highest degree of sociality recognized by ... Solitary animals, such as the jaguar, don't associate except for courtship and mating. If an animal taxon shows a degree of ... They live in groups of closely related individuals, amidst tropical reefs and sponges. Each group has one breeding female; she ...

*Archaeogenetics

By analyzing genetic diversity in domesticated animal populations researchers can search for genetic markers in DNA to give ... Archaeogenetics provides us with genetic evidence of ancient population group migrations, domestication events, and plant and ... He studied ABO blood groups. In one of his studies in 1919, Hirszfeld documented the ABO blood groups and hair color of people ... The Indian gene pool has contributions from an African source population, as well as West Asian and Central Asian populations ...

*Archives of Manitoba

Many of these documents provide detailed descriptions of native groups, forts, rivers, lakes, animals, populations, and the ...

*Muster-master

... population, or number of animals owned by a tribal group. Theoretically one recruit had to be provided for every unit of ... either the village as a whole or the remaining nine men of the base group had to pay an annual subvention, called khanvari (" ...

*Texas Longhorn

1980). "Immunogenetic and Population Genetic Analyses of Iberian Cattle". Animal Blood Groups, Biochemistry and Genetics. 11 (1 ... The result was a tough, rangy animal with long legs and long horns extending up to seven feet. Although this interbreeding was ... and an image of the animal became commonly associated with the school's sports teams, known as the Texas Longhorns. A few years ...

*North Sea

Ransom A. Myers - Research group website. Future of Marine Animal Populations/Census of Marine Life. 27 October 2006. Retrieved ... LTI-Research Group; LTI-Research Group (1998). Long-term Integration of Renewable Energy Sources Into the European Energy ... This activity likely led to the extinction of the Atlantic population of the once common gray whale. By 1902 the whaling had ... Due to the dense population, heavy industrialization, and intense use of the sea and area surrounding it, there have been a ...

*Glazkov culture

... all of them concurring that all population groups are of the animal husbandry type. These cultures are Daur, Slab Grave Culture ... Glazkovs is a conditional name for the group of the ancient Tungus tribes inhabiting in the 2nd millennium BCE (Glazkov time) ... "In the Baikal territory lived a Glazkov group of related tribes, most likely the ancestors of modern Evenks, Evens or Yukagirs ... with the animal husbandry providing them sufficient draft force. The petroglyphs recorded a covered wagon "ship", drawn by the ...

*European mouflon

The population in Germany was around 15,600 animals in 2010 (c. 20,600 in 2005) living in about 120 groups. In Hungary there ... At times, the population grew to almost 100 animals. By early 2008, it fell again due to tourism, hunting and the newly ... where there are now two colonies with a population of around 200 animals. The IUCN considers the European mouflon to be 'at ... The young animals are known as lambs. European mouflon have a body length of up to 120 cm, a shoulder height of 90 cm, a weight ...

*Human genetic clustering

Informed by genetics, zoologists have long discarded the concept of race for dividing groups of non-human animal populations ... Bantu populations grouped with other Niger-Congo-speaking populations from West Africa. African Americans largely belonged to ... Nilo-Saharan populations formed their own cluster. Chadic populations clustered with the Nilo-Saharan groups, suggesting that ... "some African populations are equally related to other African populations and to non-African populations," and that "outside of ...

*Paleo-Indians

Late ice age climatic changes caused plant communities and animal populations to change. Groups moved from place to place as ... The majority of population groups at this time were still highly mobile hunter-gatherers, but now individual groups started to ... Some other South American groups, on the other hand, were highly mobile and hunted big-game animals such as mastodon and giant ... many animals migrated overland to take advantage of the new sources of food. Humans following these animals, such as bison, ...

*Red-handed howler

Since the populations are usually in groups in small areas, they are easy prey for animals such tayras. One study found tayras ... These animals can live up to 20 years, and do not mature until later in their lives. They have a long gestation period, and ... Increasing population pressures have forced farmers to clear more land for farming and these clear-cut methods are too much of ... their way onto an island and took out a large portion of the population by hunting together and preying on the family groups in ...

*Inuit cuisine

Studying a scattered Inuit population, they concluded that eating plenty of fish and other marine animals protected this group ... the animals will disappear because they have been offended and will cease to reproduce. As saltwater animals, seals are always ... The Slate Group. Retrieved 2014-08-05. In the 1970s, a pair of Danish researchers ventured north of the Arctic Circle and into ... When eating a meal, Inuit place large slabs of meat, blubber, and other parts of the animal on a piece of metal, plastic, or ...

*Jules Maaten

... maintaining relations with the ASEAN countries and Korea and of a number of parliamentary Inter-Groups including Population & ... Sustainable Development, and Animal Welfare. He has been active on EU foreign policy issues including human rights, shipments ... Since the end of 2001 he has been leader of the VVD-group in the European Parliament. The VVD members elected him as leader of ... on the list of the Dutch Liberal Party VVD and he joined the Liberal Group in the Parliament. He sat on the Committee for the ...

*Saola Working Group

Villagers are hired to remove hunting snares that are among the biggest threats to the animal. Camera traps to document range ... and population of Saola are another primary focus. New research published showing that leeches can store DNA from their meals ... The Saola Working Group SWG is a working group of the IUCN Species Survival Commission's Asian Wild Cattle Specialist Group, ... The Saola Working Group is a coalition that includes about 40 experts from the forestry departments of Laos and Vietnam, ...

*Pygmy killer whale

... s have been observed in groups ranging from 4 to 30 or more individual animals. The only population estimate ... Vincent and a group of individuals was recorded in the Indian Ocean. Pygmy killer whales are most commonly confused with the ... A resident population of pygmy killer whales lives in the waters around Hawaii. Most sightings have been around the main island ... The population has a tightly connected social structure with affiliations between individuals that can last up to 15 years. ...

*Black snub-nosed monkey

Only 17 groups with a total population of less than 1,700 animals have survived in northwest Yunnan and neighboring regions in ... Group size is small, typically only 20 to 60; groups of over 100 have never been observed.[citation needed] The territory of ... The highest recorded altitude of a group of this species is 4700 m. The black snub-nosed monkey lives in very large super- ... groups which are made up of single-male core families or harems. The monkey moves fast and far in a cohesive group and covers ...

*Animal rescue group

Pets by the Numbers: U.S. Pet Ownership, Community Cat and Shelter Population Estimates Accessed 19 August 2017 Biniok, Janice ... An animal rescue group or animal rescue organization is dedicated to pet adoption. These groups take unwanted, abandoned, ... hunting dog rescue groups, large-dog rescue groups, as well as general dog rescue groups. Animal rescue organizations have also ... List of animal sanctuaries List of animal welfare groups Our Pack (Los Gatos, California, USA) Pardis Animal Shelter (Tabriz, ...

*Chinchilla

... is difficult to observe in groups because it may not be obvious than an animal is not contributing to the population's waste. ... Populations in Chile were thought extinct by 1953, but the animal was found to inhabit an area in the Antofagasta Region in the ... global population loss over the last 15 years. The severe population decline has been caused by chinchilla hunting by humans. ... It helps the animals to be fed their food in a way that allows them to either be first or to not see others eating when they ...

*Iberian cattle

"Immunogenetic and population genetic analyses of Iberian cattle" (PDF), Animal Blood Groups and Biochemical Genetics, 11 (1): ... While native to the Iberian Peninsula, they are all wild and not considered farm animals. List of breeds of cattle K. K. Kidd; ... Iberian cattle are a group of cattle breeds native to the Iberian Peninsula. ... Journal of Animal Science, 89 (4): 893-906, doi:10.2527/jas.2010-3338 J. Cañón; D. García; J. V. Delgado; S. Dunner; L. Telo da ...

*Chilean art

The group was characterised by a fascination with pre-Columbian art and customs, social critique and the portrayal of a group ... Animal figures and symbols abound but images of people did not appear unless they were important or had some magical ... of Manuel Bulnes as part of a state plan to promote fine art and other intellectual activities to the young Chilean population ... This group is also known as the "Centenary Generation" or "Centenary Group" because some of its members unveiled their ...

*Staats Island

By the early 1960s, they had been reduced to around 10-20 animals. The population oscillated between a few hundred and a few ... is an eradication programme to eliminate foxes from this and other islands in the Beaver Island Group The guanaco population, ... the population had risen back to around 400 animals. Other introduced species in the 1930s included a pair of lesser rheas ( ... Staats Island is an uninhabited island of the Beaver Island Group in the Falkland Islands. It lies between Beaver Island and ...
Animal phylogeny is undergoing a major revolution due to the availability of an exponentially increasing amount of molecular data and the application of novel methods of phylogentic reconstruction, as well as the many spectacular advances in palaeontology and molecular developmental biology. Traditional views of the relationships among major phyla have been shaken and new, often unexpected, relationships are now being considered.
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How can wrong diagnosis be eliminated? It is by the regulation of importation, distribution, storage, sale of laboratory kits, reagents and equipment, says a non-governmental organisation (NGO), the Initiative for Medical Diagnostic Awareness (IMDA).. At a public hearing by the House of Representatives Committee on Health, IMDA warned that if adulterated kits/ reagents were allowed to flood the markets, then laboratory results would to be flawed. It said the sale, importation and storage of these kits and reagents should be supervised. The medical laboratory experts with right education and acumen to determine the best condition for storage, importation and sale.. The imported equipment, it added, should be regulated and standardised for use in a tropical country like Nigeria.. According to its Executive Director, Adekoya A. Julius, the motion moved by Hon. Patrick Ikhariale on the floor of the House expressing his concerns over sharp practices of some medical laboratories in Nigeria was timely. ...
Dasypus novemcinctus is one of 24 mammals that will be sequenced as part of the Mammalian Genome Project, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The species were chosen to maximise the branch length of the evolutionary tree while representing the diversity of mammalian species.. Low-coverage 2X assemblies will be produced for these mammals and used in alignments for cross-species comparison. The aim is to increase our understanding of functional elements, especially in the human genome. Dasypus novemcinctus is of particular interest to developmental biologists owing to its habit of producing litters of four genetically-identical young, and it is also the animal model for leprosy.. ...
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Reproductive data from the upper Midwest are meager for the striped skunk (Mephitis mephitis), a common North American carnivore. We provide data on some age-related reproductive attributes of 178 female striped skunks collected at 19 sites in eastcentral North Dakota and westcentral Minnesota in 1979-1981 and 1987-1991. Seventy-four percent of the females were 1 year old; 95% were pregnant or parous when collected. Thirteen of 873 (1.5%) embryos in 123 pregnant females were being resorbed. The overall mean (±1 SE) litter size estimated from live embryos was 7.2 ± 0.4. Means of litter-size estimates were similar for females ≥1 year old, but annual estimates of litter size differed among years for all females combined. For females from the interval 1979-1981 and 1990, the mean implantation date based on embryo size was 4 March (±1.6 days). Potential litters were composed of a mean of 55 ± 3% females. Estimates of litter...
Tella, J. L., Forfero, M. G., Donázar, J. A. and Hiraldo, F. (1997), Is the Expression of Male Traits in Female Lesser Kestrels Related to Sexual Selection?. Ethology, 103: 72-81. doi: 10.1111/j.1439-0310.1997.tb00008.x ...
Doing Data Science is collaboration between course instructor Rachel Schutt, Senior VP of Data Science at News Corp, and data science consultant Cathy ONeil, a senior data scientist at Johnson Research Labs, who attended and blogged about the course.. Review: Dasypus novemcinctus Whats the animal featured on the cover? The animal on the cover of Doing Data Science is a nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus), a mammal widespread throughout North, Central, and South America. From Latin, novemcinctus literally translates to "nine-banded" (after the telescoping rings of armor around the midsection), though the animal can actually have between 7 to 11 bands. The three-banded armadillo native to South America is the only armadillo that can roll into a ball for protection; other species have too many plates. The armadillos skin is perhaps its most notable feature. Brownish-gray and leathery, it is composed of scaly plates called scutes that cover everything but its underside.. The ...
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The strong habitat effect revealed the unsuitability of intensive arable lands with respect to extensive grasslands for lesser kestrels. Notably, artichokes, a winter-intensive crop, proved to be a high-quality habitat as they were associated with survival values equal to those of grassland. This is likely due to prey availability and reveals that non-traditional crops may provide suitable habitats for lesser kestrels. Information theory gave strong support to the negative influence of colony size on fecundity, albeit a small one, for its positive effect on survival probability. The estimated population growth rate was negative for all three habitats, indicating a decline over time and urging conservation actions in all of the areas studied. This decline was much higher in colonies surrounded by arable fields. In sensitivity analyses, λ indicated that adult survival was the parameter with the greatest effect on population growth, followed by survival of fledglings and fecundity. Our study ...
Background. With their Pan-American distribution, long-nosed armadillos (genus Dasypus) constitute an understudied model for Neotropical biogeography. This genus currently comprises seven recognized species, the nine-banded armadillo (D. novemcinctus) having the widest distribution ranging from Northern Argentina to the South-Eastern US. With their broad diversity of habitats, nine-banded armadillos provide a useful model to explore the effects of climatic and biogeographic events on morphological diversity at a continental scale. Methods. Based on a sample of 136 skulls of Dasypus spp., including 112 specimens identified as D. novemcinctus, we studied the diversity and pattern of variation of internal paranasal cavities, which were reconstructed virtually using µCT-scanning or observed through bone transparency. Results. Our qualitative analyses of paranasal sinuses and recesses successfully retrieved a taxonomic differentiation between the traditional species D. kappleri, D. pilosus and D.
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The inland taipan is often considered to be the most venomous land snake. With an LD50 of 0.025 mg/kg, it is 20 times as venomous as a common cobra. Lethal dose calculations are made on mice, so they have a marine bias. The bias is emphasised in this species of snake, as it is specialized to feed on rodents. Calculated LD50 values might not be applicable to non-mammalian species, and may even be inaccurate for mammals other than mice, or other rodents. The venom from a single bite of the inland taipan might be potent enough to kill about 250,000 mice, or the mouse equivalent of 100 men. This species generally lives in remote and sparsely inhabited areas. Like most snakes, inland taipans are generally shy and will usually not bite unless they feel threatened. No fatalities have been attributed to this species, and all known bites have been to people who keep them in captivity or actively seek them out in the wild ...
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Directed by Mikael Kristersson. With Caisa Persson. Filmed over several years, it is a wonder-filled portrait of a family of kestrels (European falcons) who live in a church tower above a small Swedish town. The amazing cinematography, nominated for a Swedish Oscar.
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conditions, taking into account the many secondary effects elicited by these climatic factors. References made below to fat levels for specific populations and seasons apply to data given in Figures 8 and 9; corresponding weather data are given in the section on weather and in appendix A. The effects of the north-south temperature gradient prevalent in the winter months is demonstrated by differences in body fat levels for the three populations during that season. In addition, the effects of the harsher conditions experienced during season 5 are shown by the significantly lower fat levels for the Georgia and south Florida populations relative to those for season 1. The effects of drought are seen in the responses of the south Florida populations during the spring of 1976 (season 2) and of all three populations during the spring and summer of 1977 (seasons 6 and 7). The extremely severe conditions imposed on the south Florida population by the flood that occurred in the summer of 1976 are ...
Natural History: The striped skunk is primarily active at night and is omnivorous. It has strong scent glands. This species nests in dens located under buildings, rocks, wood piles or in burrows. It breeds from February through March. Its young are born in early May and follow their mother in single file in the early summer.. General Distribution: This species is especially in coastal and dune scrub areas, forests, buildings, and lawns.. Frequency: This is a common inhabitant in the Presidio.. Identifying Characteristics: This mammal is typically from 33 to 45 cm in length. Its tail is typically 20 to 25 cm long. It has a black body with a white stripe beginning at the forehead and dividing into a "V" at the shoulders. The length and width of the stripe varies ...
The nine-banded armadillo is a cat-sized mammal that is covered with a scaled shell, or carapace, that protects it from predators. It ranges in color from brownish-black to grey, with yellowish white hair on its underside. The carapace is constructed of tough, leathery skin and dermal plates on its back, head, tail, and sides. The nine-banded armadillo has nine jointed bands across its midsection which allow for flexibility in movement. This armadillo ranges in size from 15-17 inches in length, with a ringed tail that measures between 14-16 inches long. The nine-banded armadillo has four toes on each of its front feet and five toes on each of its hind feet. It also has strong claws for digging and burrowing. The armadillo has a small head with long ears and a pointed snout that it uses to forage for food ...
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The first few years I lived at my current house the starlings would get my cherries just before they were ready to be picked. Then one day in the third year, I heard an interesting kind of a bird screech. I looked up and a kestrel was chasing away the starlings. Ever since then I have had a wonderful crop of cherries with no bird problems. I also get all my blueberries, which were planted after the kestrel came. I have seen it several times this year, so I believe it is still going to protect my trees. I think you can attract a kestrel by building an appropriate nesting house and placing it on a tall enough pole ...
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A succinct summary of the number one cause of noise in photography Midwife. However, that brings up the question - since I dont shoot anything over 400 ISO (and the shot of the Kestrel was at 200 ISO), whats the main issue creating all the noise in my pics? Is it that Im not getting close enough or using a big enough lens (300mm) and thus Im enlarging my shots beyond what my camera can really grab? A possibility, but I would think if that were the case, my closer shots - like the one of the female Cardinal - wouldnt be so noisy, but they seem like they are just as noisy to me. I think I enlarged the female Cardinal shot by .25X...maybe .5X, but not that much. OTOH, I think I enlarged the Kestrel by 4X, which can be quite a bit on a 200 ISO shot ...
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The prevalence of agglutinating antibodies to Toxoplasma gondii was examined in striped skunks (Mephitis mephitis), opossums (Didelphis virginiana), and raccoons (Procyon lotor) from 8 cities in Connecticut. Ten (42%) of the 24 striped skunks, 2 of 7 (29%) opossums, and 12 of 12 (100%) raccoons were positive at dilutions of 1:50 or greater. These results suggest that T. gondii is prevalent in the environment, or prey items, or both, of these omnivores in Connecticut ...
Leprosy (also known as Hansens disease) is an infectious peripheral neurological disorder caused by Mycobacterium leprae that even today leaves millions of individuals worldwide with life-long disabilities. The specific mechanisms by which this bacterium induces nerve injury remain largely unknown, mainly owing to ethical and practical limitations in obtaining affected human nerve samples. In addition to humans, nine-banded armadillos (Dasypus novemcinctus) are the only other natural host of M. leprae, and they develop a systemically disseminated disease with extensive neurological involvement. M. leprae is an obligate intracellular parasite that cannot be cultivated in vitro. Because of the heavy burdens of bacilli they harbor, nine-banded armadillos have become the organism of choice for propagating large quantities of M. leprae, and they are now advancing as models of leprosy pathogenesis and nerve damage. Although armadillos are exotic laboratory animals, the recently completed whole genome ...
This is a list of the mammal species recorded in El Salvador. These are the mammal species in El Salvador, of which 0 are critically endangered, 1 is endangered, 3 are vulnerable, and 2 are near-threatened. The following tags are used to highlight each species conservation status as assessed by the IUCN: Some species were assessed using an earlier set of criteria. Species assessed using this system have the following instead of Near Threatened and Least Concern categories: The armadillos are small mammals with a bony armored shell. They are native to the Americas. There are around 20 extant species. Family: Dasypodidae (armadillos) Subfamily: Dasypodinae Genus: Dasypus Nine-banded armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus LC Subfamily: Tolypeutinae Genus: Cabassous Northern naked-tailed armadillo Cabassous centralis DD The order Pilosa is extant only in the Americas and includes the anteaters, sloths, and tamanduas. Suborder: Vermilingua Family: Myrmecophagidae (American anteaters) Genus: Tamandua ...
Aposematism, or the use of conspicuous contrasting coloration which warns potential predators that the bearer possesses some noxious quality, has been greatly understudied in mammals. I propose to examine aposematic signaling in mammalian carnivores with respect to the ecological and morphological factors which enhance detection, potential defensive strategies and the ultimate mortality consequences of these signals. To evaluate these parameters I plan to use a series of field experiments involving the alternate presentation of taxidermy mounts of striped skunks (Mephitis mephitis) and grey foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) at baited camera stations. I will use motion-sensitive digital cameras with infra-red illumination to record frequency and proximity of heterospecific and conspecific visits to these mounts ...
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A pseudocyst of Trypanosoma cruzi amastigotes in skeletal muscle (mouse, x500, hematoxylin and eosin). The year 2009 is the centenary of the discovery of T. cruzi and Chagas disease by Carlos Chagas. T. cruzi, a zoonotic parasite, is remarkably genetically diverse. In this issue Llewellyn et al. (doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0000510) apply microsatellite analysis to describe population structure in T. cruzi IIc, a widely distributed lineage of T. cruzi associated with a terrestrial ecological niche and the armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus, as a principal host-coincidentally the first wild reservoir identified by Chagas.. Image Credit: M. D. Lewis and M. A. Miles; histology: L. Ethridge. ...
The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research, now in all-pdf form. Get a subscription now for only $25 a year!Salient points from research on or about skunksby Alice Shirrell Kaswell, Improbable Research staffHistory of Skunk Defensive Secretion Research“The History of Skunk Defensive Secretion Research,” William F. Wood, The Chemical Educator, vol. 4, 1999, pp. 44–50. The author, at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California, explains:The striped skunk (Mephi...
Schematic diagram of selected ion flow tube (SIFT) apparatus.. SIFT-MS has been designed and constructed to allow on-line, real time analyses of the trace gases in ambient (polluted) air, exhaled breath and the headspace of aqueous liquids. The SIFT-MS analytical method combines fast flow tube techniques and quantitative mass spectrometry. The air/breath/headspace sample is introduced into fast flowing helium carrier gas where the trace gases in the sample react with embedded reagent ions (H3O+, NO+ or O2+) to produce characteristic product ions that identify the trace gases, and accurate quantification is achieved from knowledge of the kinetics of the ion/trace gas molecule reactions. Unlike other analytical techniques, an important feature of SIFT-MS analyses is that sample collection into bags or onto traps are not required, which can compromise the sample, and time consuming calibration is unnecessary. This allows the direct analysis of single exhalations of breath and provides the ...
Eurasian Kestrel: Small falcon, spotted rufous upperparts, brown-streaked buff underparts. Gray head, black moustache stripe. Tail is black- and blue-gray banded with black tip. Feeds on large insects, small rodents and birds. Alternates rapid wing beats with a glide. Soars on thermals and updrafts.
Eurasian Kestrel: Small falcon, spotted rufous upperparts, brown-streaked buff underparts. Gray head, black moustache stripe. Tail is black- and blue-gray banded with black tip. Feeds on large insects, small rodents and birds. Alternates rapid wing beats with a glide. Soars on thermals and updrafts.
Fantasy, Young Adult ,, As a generals daughter in a vast empire that revels in war and enslaves those it conquers, seventeen-year-old Kestrel has two choices: she can join the military or get married. But Kestrel has other intentions. One day, she is startled to find a kindred spirit in a young slave up for auction. Arins eyes seem to defy everything and everyone. Following her instinct, Kestrel buys him with unexpected consequences. Its not long before she has to hide her growing love for Arin. But he, too, has a secret, and Kestrel quickly learns that the price she paid for a fellow human is much higher than she ever could have imagined ...
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When I arrived I found it strikingly empty. Even though the stats I pulled up in the logs stated that three ships had been destroyed here in the last 24 hrs, and there had been 32 jumps into this system in the last hour alone. However it had everything I wanted, so I moved in. Selena had been so gracious to give me 5mil ISK to get me started on my way, and that went into getting two frigates. One was a Kestrel class, the other a Heron class. The Kestrel I picked up to serve as a set of guns until I could get something better. The Heron I decided to buy after an interesting incident within an hour of being in Vitrauze. My D-Scan stated that there was an Iteron MkV in system, even though local comms showed I was the only capsuleer present. SO my first thought was, Some one left their ship out in space! However I ran into a slight problem. My D-scan was not able to pinpoint an exact location on the ship, though I tracked it down to within 500km of one of the planets. So I decided I needed a probing ...
Suckling Feline #26: She does it less than before, but she still does it, shes 5 years old. She seemed to do it the other day when I was thinking about adopting a new kitten or 2, she seemed to understand and felt threatened and started suckling on her brothers arm, both were in my lap. I noticed and reassured her that she would never be replaced and would always be our kitten. she stopped, seemed to understand, and looked at me, then settled down on my chest ...
Nine-banded armadillos (Dasypus novemcinctus) are naturally infected with Mycobacterium leprae and have been implicated in zoonotic transmission of leprosy. Early studies found this disease mainly in Texas and Louisiana, but armadillos in the southeastern United States appeared to be free of infection. We screened 645 armadillos from 8 locations in the southeastern United States not known to harbor enzootic leprosy for M. leprae DNA and antibodies. We found M. leprae-infected armadillos at each location, and 106 (16.4%) animals had serologic/PCR evidence of infection. Using single-nucleotide polymorphism variable number tandem repeat genotyping/genome sequencing, we detected M. leprae genotype 3I-2-v1 among 35 armadillos. Seven armadillos harbored a newly identified genotype (3I-2-v15). In comparison, 52 human patients from the same region were infected with 31 M. leprae types. However, 42.3% (22/52) of patients were infected with 1 of the 2 M. leprae genotype strains associated with armadillos. The
Hunting for food, trapping for the cage-bird trade and habitat loss were the principal causes of this speciess decline. Deforestation has been the result of forestry activities, the expansion of banana cultivation, charcoal production, the loss of nesting-trees felled by trappers seeking young birds for trade, and natural events such as hurricanes and volcanic eruptions (Snyder et al. 2000).. The introduced nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus), undermines large trees causing them to topple, reducing the number of suitable nest trees (Culzac-Wilson 2005).. A cross-country road is planned, funded by the Taiwanese government, which would destroy large areas of suitable habitat and increase deforestation rates (Culzac-Wilson et al. 2003).. The genetic isolation of the separate sub-populations may present further cause for concern.. The small population of captive birds at the Graeme Hall Sanctuary in Barbados is at very high risk. This is due to the lethargy of the Barbados Government in ...
Hunting kestrels were observed to hang, almost without wing-flapping, in fixed positions over a sea dike. The height and position with respect to the dike profile, the wind direction and velocity and the percentage of hunting time without wing beating were recorded in 429 cases.. The vertical wind angle, θ, the wind speed and its horizontal direction were measured at 13 heights up to 8.8m above the windward slope, the top and the leeward slope of the dike under various wind conditions in 225 cases. These wind profile measurements were used to estimate 6 and wind speed near the hanging birds.. Kestrels hanging more than 90% of the hunting time preferred a position 6.5±1.5m (S.D.) over the windward slope with sea winds blowing at 8.7±1.5ms−1 (S.D.) perpendicular (±30°) to the longitudinal dike axis. For these birds angle θ was approximately 6-7°.. These angles are larger than expected from aerodynamic models and windtunnel measurements. The minimum gliding angle for a kestrel under steady ...
THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO DESIGN AND DEVELOP AN INSTRUMENT TO MEASURE FLUXES OF TRACE GASES IN ORDER TO DETERMINE THEIR SOURCES AND SINKS IN THE BIOSPHERE. THE METHOD IS BASED ON THE WELL ESTABLISHED EDDY CORRELATION TECHNIQUE AND WOULD USE A TUNABLE DIODE LASER SOURCE COMBINED WITH A UNIQUE OPEN PATH MULTIPLE PASS ABSORPTION CELL FOR TRACE SPECIES DETECTION AT SUB-PPB LEVELS. THIS INSTRUMENT WILL HAVE THE FAST TIME RESPONSE (0.1 S) AND SHORT MEASUREMENT PATH (1 M) REQUIRED FOR THE EDDY CORRELATION METHOD. IN THE PHASE I STUDY, THE OPEN PATH ABSORPTION CELL WILL BE DESIGNED, ASSEMBLED, AND TESTED IN ORDER TO VALIDATE THE MEASUREMENT CONCEPT AND DEFINE SENSITIVITY LIMITS. THESE TESTS WILL BE CONDUCTED IN COMBINATION WITH A LABORATORY TUNABLE DIODE LASER SYSTEM AND WILL INCLUDE OPEN PATH MEASUREMENTS OF TRACE GASES SUCH AS NITROUS OXIDE. OPTIMUM DETECTION WAVELENGTHS FOR SEVERAL GASES WILL BE DETERMINED IN THE PHASE I PROGRAM, INCLUDING NITROUS OXIDE, METHANE, CARBON MONOXIDE, AMMONIA, ...
Abstract We studied the influence of diet during diarrhea on gut mucosal barrier in a suckling rat model. Rat pups were inoculated with IDIR virus (a group B rotavirus) at 10 d of ..
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The article provides a general overview of the advances in optical methods for trace gas analysis. Recent advances in instrumentation and spectroscopic techniques have substantially expanded the feasibility of routine spectroscopic analysis of gaseous samples. Fourier-transform infrared measurements have become routine and automated systems are successfully providing time-sequenced, path-averaged emission data from agricultural operations, landfills, industrial facilities, and other large-area vapor emission sources. Great strides are also being made towards the development of airborne sensors that provide rapid wide-area surveillance and mapping capabilities ...
With some genetic sleuthing, scientists have fingered a likely culprit in the spread of leprosy in the southern United States: the nine-banded armadillo.
The Kestrel® Tracker is the next generation of weather monitoring. You can now measure EVERY major environmental condition, easily and accurately, right in the palm of your hand. The chart mode allows users to recall and graph up to 2000 measurements, along with the date and time of storage. Barometric Pressure, Altitude, Density Altitude, Temperature, Humidity, Wind Speed, Wind Chill, Dew Point, Wet Bulb, and Heat Index... all in one pocket sized instrument
A virus has been recovered from the feces of two children having symptoms similar to those of poliomyelitis. The virus is pathogenic for suckling mice and hamsters but not for rhesus monkeys. It induces striking lesions in the skeletal muscles of the experimental animal but not in the central nervous system. Other viruses inducing similar signs and lesions in suckling mice have been isolated from several other outbreaks of a poliomyelitis-like disease, including one large urban epidemic.. ...
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The authors studied 66 wild nine-banded armadillos from Brazil. the ear samples were collected and Ziehl-Neelsen or Fite-Faraco stains were performed, as well as immunostaining using polyclonal BCG antibody, to avaluate the presence of the Mycobacterium leprae. the AFB were not detected by the Ziehl-Neelsen or Fite-Faraco staining, neither immunoexpression of the BCG marker. However, many normal structures from the ears of the nine-banded armadillos, such as condrocytes, condroblasts, fibroblasts and endothelial cells, and Gram positive bacteria cocci, showed false positive reaction by the BCG marker. the authors discuss the use of the immunohistochemical studies with the polyclonal BCG antibody to identify M. leprae antigens in wild armadillos ...
The swallows roosting site, the Mount Moreland Reedbed, 20km north of Durban, is about the size of four football pitches. In 2007 it will be classified as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International because of its importance to swallows. The reedbed is thought to host more than eight per cent of the millions of swallows breeding in Europe, from Denmark to Britain to Belarus. It is also used by lesser kestrels, corncrakes and crowned eagles, all of which are now uncommon.. Mount Moreland lies on the flight path of aircraft that will arrive and depart from the proposed La Mercy airport. BirdLife South Africa fears the reedbed will be cleared because the birds could threaten aircraft safety. Swallow populations have already fallen in Britain probably because of drought and pesticide use on their migration route and the conversion of farm buildings and other, favoured, UK nesting sites.. An environmental impact assessment is under way at La Mercy but BirdLife South Africa suspects an adverse ...
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Our long-term goal is to elucidate the molecular mechanisms of dietary fat digestion by pancreatic lipases. In this application, we will focus on the steps in l...
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Many animals show apparently innate fears. For example, small prey animals seem programmed to take cover at the sight of a hawk, but not of a duck. Rabbits, in my experience, will take cover when a dog appears, but are untroubled by sheep.. Although some of these behaviours may be learned, many have been shown to be inborn, and hence are probably encoded genetically or epigenetically. They also persist, even in populations which are no longer exposed to the original threat.. Now.. One of the problems with palaeontology is that we cannot, in general, ascertain details of the outer appearance of extinct species. What colour was T. rex, for example? We have no idea.. Yes, youre ahead of me on this one. If animals fear predators innately, then some residue of this fear should remain even if the predator is extinct. (After all, mice will still fear kestrels, even if all kestrels are exterminated.). So.. We need to get a bunch of potential prey animals together in a field. Well choose species ...
Zoonoses" are those illnesses transferred by animals to humans ad according to some research conducted; there are approximately 40 known diseases that can be transmitted to us humans when we come in contact directly to those animals. But a small percentage of these diseases are actually transferred by skunks. Skunk wastes on the other hand can be causes of various risky diseases ...
My dog was spray by a skunk two weeks ago and now his skin in the areas (face, fron legs and neck) that the skunk spary him are red, losing hear and have crusts, but is not itchi. DO you think this cou...
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The author tells a story about an encounter with a skunk gone wrong, and outlines the best ways of dealing with this smelly animal.
The identity of Floridas Skunk Ape, or Bigfoot, has long been debated for a lot of reasons. Now it seems a colony of Asiatic monkeys have set-up residence...
A fast method to estimate trace gases using the IASI sensor is presented and applied to tropospheric carbonyl sulphide (OCS). This rapid approach neglects non-linear effects, which introduces an 11 % error on average when estimating OCS but is significantly faster than iterative methods. All of the IASI data from 2014 were analysed to show seasonal and spatial trends in OCS. These results were compared to ground samples taken from seven different NOAA sites across the globe ...
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What new research can we do with a MILLION Barcode records?. Paul De Barro, Stephen Cameron and Chris Hardy CSIRO Entomology Second International Barcode Conference 18-20 September 2007. Ecogenomics. The new view of animal phylogeny K Halanich (2004) Ann Rev Ecol Evol Syst 35:229-256. Slideshow 805567 by zona
(Photo: Deborah Cipriani)Deborah Cipriani calls her home “Skunk Haven.” That’s because she shares it with 50 domesticated skunks. The 55-year old woman in North Ridgeville, Ohio acquired her first skunk 13 years ago to help adjust to the death of her mother. Now her life is dedicated to that animal even though some people think that it’s strange. The Mirror reports:Deborah, who is a customer service worker, said: “A lot of people think we’re weird to like pet skunks an...

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There is a large variation in metabolism between animal species, population groups and individuals. Both inorganic arsenic and ... Arsenic in drinking-water is carcinogenic to humans (Group 1).. For definition of the italicized terms, see Preamble Evaluation ... The Working Group evaluated ecological studies from Taiwan (China), Chile and the USA, cohort studies from Japan and the USA ... The Working Group evaluated ecological studies from Taiwan (China), Mexico, Chile and the USA, cohort studies from Taiwan and a ...
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Changes in populations of certain animal groups can upset the balance of food webs. "All these facultative scavengers are also ... As a result, populations of most vulture species around the world are now either declining or on the brink of extinction. The ... Without vultures, animals that eat carrion as part of their diet--called facultative scavengers, as opposed to vultures, which ... Vultures serve as a barrier to prevent diseases from proliferating in dead animals and spreading to humans, whom they rarely ...
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animal population groups (20) 20 Filter by. Remove filter. infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy (20) 20 ... Group VI Phospholipases A2 - metabolism , Animals , Group VI Phospholipases A2 - genetics , Mass Spectrometry , Group X ... Animals , Group IV Phospholipases A2 - metabolism , Isoenzymes - metabolism , Group IA Phospholipases A2 - metabolism , Humans ... Group II Phospholipases A2 - metabolism , Group VI Phospholipases A2 - metabolism , Spinal Cord Injuries - pathology , Group IV ...
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Mice, Transgenic | Profiles RNSMice, Transgenic | Profiles RNS

Animal Population Groups [B01.050.050]. *Animals, Genetically Modified [B01.050.050.136]. *Mice, Transgenic [B01.050.050.136. ... A role for IL-27 in limiting T regulatory cell populations. J Immunol. 2011 Jul 01; 187(1):266-73. ... The cytokines interleukin 27 and interferon-? promote distinct Treg cell populations required to limit infection-induced ...
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From DNA to Diversity: Molecular Genetics and the Evolution of Animal Design | Sean B. Carroll, Jennifer Grenier, Scott...From DNA to Diversity: Molecular Genetics and the Evolution of Animal Design | Sean B. Carroll, Jennifer Grenier, Scott...

Molecular Genetics and the Evolution of Animal Design , Sean B. Carroll, Jennifer Grenier, Scott Weatherbee , download , B-OK. ... 4. Morphology (Animals) [DNLM: 1. Animal Population Groupsa genetics. 2. Variation (Genetics) 3. Animal Population Groups a ... Considering that modularly organized animals are among the most diverse groups (in terms of both the number and morphology of ... THE ANIMAL TREE There are about 35 living animal phyla. To understand the origin and evolution of any feature found in one or ...
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Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic feverCrimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever

... war results in displacement of population groups with their animals. There is a marked growth in vegetation following ... Population movements may bring susceptible human populations into contact with the cryptic enzootic maintenance cycle for CCHF ... World Animal Health Information Database - Version: 1.4. World Animal Health Information Database. Paris, France: World ... Risk groups and control measures for Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever. In: Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever: a global perspective ...
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Warder Clyde Allee - WikipediaWarder Clyde Allee - Wikipedia

ISBN 978-0-226-53237-0 Animal geographies Group selection Population density Superorganism "Warder Clyde Allee". britannica.com ... Animal Life and Social Growth (1932), The Social Life of Animals (1938), Principles of Animal Ecology, co-authored by Alfred E ... He also chaired the Committee on the Ecology of Animal Populations of the National Research Council which was established in ... His research findings led to many publications, with the most notable being Principles of Animal Ecology and Animal ...
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Difference between revisions of Talk:Counterexamples to Evolution - ConservapediaDifference between revisions of "Talk:Counterexamples to Evolution" - Conservapedia

... an animal population made up of warring groups. This would entail two levels of selection - between groups and within groups. ... Animals adopt orphaned young of other species. Primates share food with unrelated animals in their group, help the injured, etc ... Back to the animals again, I am aware that animals do not wear clothes but that does not answer my point about other animals ... since animals may be a part of various groups - close family group, extended family, tribe etc. We can consider evolutionary ...
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Yersinia enterocolitica PCR testYersinia enterocolitica PCR test

Help ensure animal groups and populations are free of Y. enterocolitica. * Early prevention of spread of Y. enterocolitica ... Safety monitoring of biological products and vaccines that derive from susceptible animals. ...
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Porcine adenovirus PCR testPorcine adenovirus PCR test

Help ensure that animal groups and populations are free of porcine adenovirus. ... Safety monitoring of biological products that derive from animals. References:. Elazhary, M.A., Dea, S., Mittal, K.R. and ...
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E. coli PCR test for birds and livestockE. coli PCR test for birds and livestock

Help ensure that animal groups and populations are free of diarrheagenic E. coli. ... Early prevention of spread of diarrheagenic E. coli among a group or population. ... Safety monitoring of biological products that derive from animals. References:. Bellin, T., Pulz, M., Matussek, A., Hempen, H.G ...
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      Takes of Marine Mammals Incidental to Specified Activities; Taking Marine Mammals Incidental...Federal Register :: Takes of Marine Mammals Incidental to Specified Activities; Taking Marine Mammals Incidental...

Masking these acoustic signals can disturb the behavior of individual animals, groups of animals, or entire populations. ... Separate estimates for this species were provided for group sizes of 1 to 20 animals [g(0) = 0.76], and greater than 20 animals ... 39.1 M1/3 (1 + [DRm/10.081])1/2 Pa-sec Where: M = mass of the animals in kg DRm = depth of the receiver (animal) in meters. ... 91.4 M1/3 (1 + DRm/10.081])1/2 Pa-sec Where: M = mass of the animals in kg DRm = depth of the receiver (animal) in meters. ...
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Evolution - Natural Selection FLAWED? - Biology-OnlineEvolution - Natural Selection FLAWED? - Biology-Online

Animal groups were simply managing their population on the basis of their food resources. Population was regulated not by ... As a result of extensive research into animal groups in the 1960s and 1970s, V. C. Wynne-Edwards, a British zoologist, ... 8 V. C. Wynne-Edwards, Self Regulating Systems in Populations of Animals, Science, vol. 147, 26 March 1965, pp. 1543-1548; V. ... In any population, natural selection only eliminates those weak, or unsuited individuals who are unable to adapt to the natural ...
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Discrete or distributed delay? Effects on stability of population growthDiscrete or distributed delay? Effects on stability of population growth

The growth of a population subject to maturation delay is modeled by using either a discrete delay or a delay continuously ... distributed over the population. The occurrence of stability switches (stable-unstable-stable) of the positive equilibrium as ... Stability analysis of an enteropathogen population growing within a heterogeneous group of animals. Discrete & Continuous ... Discrete or distributed delay? Effects on stability of population growth. Edoardo Beretta 1, and Dimitri Breda 2, ...
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Biologists | Article about Biologists by The Free DictionaryBiologists | Article about Biologists by The Free Dictionary

It is broadly divided into zoology zoology, branch of biology concerned with the study of animal life. Explanation of ... Biocenoses are made up of populations-groups of animals or plant organisms of a single species living on the same territory. ... Animal and plant taxonomy deal with the diversity of organisms and their distribution by groups. Biology can be subdivided into ... branch of biology concerned with the study of animal life. From earliest times animals have been vitally important to man; cave ...
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profile  | Psychology | University of Exeterprofile | Psychology | University of Exeter

Building on my work on wild animal populations, my research group is applying methods and concepts that have been developed in ... i) The ecology and evolution of group living in wild animal populations: This work combines experimental and observational work ... Many animals, such as migrating shoals of fish, navigate in groups. Knowing the mechanisms involved in animal navigation is ... Many animals, such as migrating shoals of fish, navigate in groups. Knowing the mechanisms involved in animal navigation is ...
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BIO 191 : General Biology I - Boise State - Page 1 - Course HeroBIO 191 : General Biology I - Boise State - Page 1 - Course Hero

Final Notes Biology 1. Community Ecology a. A group of populations living together (Plants/Animals) b. A lot of Interactions c ...
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Functional group (ecology) - WikipediaFunctional group (ecology) - Wikipedia

There are generally two types of functional groups that range between flora and specific animal populations. Groups that relate ... A functional group is merely a set of species, or collection of organisms, that share alike characteristics within a community ... These groups share an indistinguishable part within their energy flow, providing a key position within food chains and ... "Chapter 2: Functional Groups." Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 9-25. Print. Vassiliki, Markantonatou. " ...
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American Sheep Industry | Production Efficiency TopicsAmerican Sheep Industry | Production Efficiency Topics

Articles range from producer expos and wool market prices, supplies and trends to production tips and animal health features. ... refers to management measures taken to prevent disease agents from being introduced to animal populations or between groups if ... by isolation of sick animals and by culling chronically ill animals. Farmers and ranchers should develop their vaccination ...
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An Analysis of the Effects of a Wildfire on the Biodiversity of Wildlife in Southern ArizonaAn Analysis of the Effects of a Wildfire on the Biodiversity of Wildlife in Southern Arizona

Sample population: A sample population is defined as the total group of animals that was observed in this study. ... Have students work in small groups. Using the pie charts and graphs from the essay ask them to look at how the populations of ... The Impact of Plant Density and Diversity on Animal Populations in a Sonoran Desert Environment ... National Wildfire Coordination Group (2011). "Wildland Fire in the United States", National Wildfire Coordiantion Group, Boise ...
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Multivariate analysis of behavioural response experiments in humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) | Journal of Experimental...Multivariate analysis of behavioural response experiments in humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) | Journal of Experimental...

... in a population of over 10,000 animals); therefore, it is highly unlikely that any group was repeatedly sampled. If the group ... We also noted whether a group joined the target group or the target group split into two smaller groups within each ... The group composition of all other groups in the study area and the distance of each group from the target group were noted ... A further 19 groups were selected as baseline groups from the two years. Ad lib sampled groups were also used in 2008. Table 2 ...
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Archaeogenetics - WikipediaArchaeogenetics - Wikipedia

By analyzing genetic diversity in domesticated animal populations researchers can search for genetic markers in DNA to give ... Archaeogenetics provides us with genetic evidence of ancient population group migrations, domestication events, and plant and ... He studied ABO blood groups. In one of his studies in 1919, Hirszfeld documented the ABO blood groups and hair color of people ... The Indian gene pool has contributions from an African source population, as well as West Asian and Central Asian populations ...
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Incidence, Reversal, and Prevention of Opioid-induced Respiratory Depression | Anesthesiology | ASA PublicationsIncidence, Reversal, and Prevention of Opioid-induced Respiratory Depression | Anesthesiology | ASA Publications

Data are population means with 9 to 10 animals per group. Data redrawn, with permission, from Ren et al .107 ... Data are population means with 9 to 10 animals per group. Data redrawn, with permission, from Ren et al .107 ... Data are population means with 9 to 10 animals per group. Data redrawn, with permission, from Ren et al .107 ... Data are population means with 9 to 10 animals per group. Data redrawn, with permission, from Ren et al .107 ...
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  • Researchers say the vast decline of vulture populations in some parts of the world will have serious consequences for ecosystems and human populations alike. (nsf.gov)
  • Vultures in some parts of the world are in danger of disappearing, which, according to a recent report by researchers at the University of Utah, would have serious consequences for ecosystems and human populations alike. (nsf.gov)
  • The ancient DNA cross referenced with the DNA of relative modern genetic populations allows researchers to run comparison studies that provide a more complete analysis when ancient DNA is compromised. (wikipedia.org)
  • To respond to these challenges, the One Health concept aims to establish interdisciplinary collaborations between medical, veterinary and environmental researchers as well as public health officials for the early detection of health hazards affecting both humans and animals and to fight them on multiple levels. (biomedcentral.com)
  • In this extensively revised second edition, the authors delve into the latest discoveries, incorporating new coverage of comparative genomics, molecular evolution of regulatory proteins and elements, and microevolution of animal development. (b-ok.org)
  • Animal Evolution. (b-ok.org)
  • First edition published 2001 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd Second edition published 2005 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Carroll, Sean B. From DNA to diversity: molecular genetics and the evolution of animal design / Sean B. Carroll, Jennifer K. Grenier, Scott D. Weatherbee.a2nd ed. p. (b-ok.org)
  • If anything the giraffes neck is an example supporting evolution, as the animals with longer necks (caused from a genetic mutation) would have survived to reproduction as there is less competition for the food from the high branches. (conservapedia.com)
  • The Evolution of Cooperation in Structured Animal Societies. (exeter.ac.uk)
  • Archaeogenetics provides us with genetic evidence of ancient population group migrations, domestication events, and plant and animal evolution. (wikipedia.org)
  • In order to examine racial differences and the distribution and migration patterns of various racial groups, Boyd systematically collected and classified blood samples from around the world, leading to his discovery that blood groups are not influenced by the environment, and are inherited. (wikipedia.org)
  • Malthus maintained that human beings were inevitably in a constant struggle for survival, basing his views on the fact that population, and hence the need for food resources, increases geometrically, while food resources themselves increase only arithmetically. (biology-online.org)
  • Population was regulated not by elimination of the weak through factors like epidemics or starvation, but by instinctive control mechanisms. (biology-online.org)
  • The spleens of 97 foxes, culled in the period 2015-2017 during sport hunting or population control programs, were also screened. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Enforcement of most laws and ordinances involving cats and dogs is the responsibility of Maricopa County Rabies and Animal Control. (chandleraz.gov)
  • With cats, as is the case for dogs, the City of Chandler adheres to those animal control laws adopted by Maricopa County. (chandleraz.gov)
  • This means the City doesn't have as many options to control them as they do other animals. (chandleraz.gov)
  • Attempts to deal with roaming cats by catching and euthanizing them have proven ineffective, according to Maricopa Animal Care & Control. (chandleraz.gov)
  • Trapped cats can be taken to the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control shelter at 2630 W. 8th Street in Mesa, or the Arizona Humane Society located at 13th Avenue and Hatcher in Phoenix. (chandleraz.gov)
  • Antigen experienced CD4 + T cells from the asymptomatic ( LdWT LLO infected) LdCen −/−2W immunized, and other control groups were enriched using LLO- and 2W-specific tetramers, followed by Flow cytometric analysis. (frontiersin.org)
  • and there is a lack of background data on marine mammal populations available to test hypotheses and interpret conclusions. (biologists.org)
  • 2. in the nursing interventions classification , a nursing intervention defined as coordinating care and advocating for specified individuals and patient populations across settings to reduce cost, reduce resource use, improve quality of health care, and achieve desired outcomes. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • He founded blood group inheritance with Erich von Dungern in 1910, and contributed to it greatly throughout his life. (wikipedia.org)
  • As a result of extensive research into animal groups in the 1960s and 1970s, V. C. Wynne-Edwards, a British zoologist, concluded that living things balance their population in an interesting way, which prevents competition for food. (biology-online.org)
  • Cats are considered "free roaming" animals by law, which makes responsible pet ownership even more important. (chandleraz.gov)
  • The story, called the Clovis-first model, had the Clovis people as the first population to spread south into the Americas from the region near the Bering land bridge when an ice-free corridor opened up through the middle of Canada, around 13,500 years ago at the earliest. (csmonitor.com)
  • His work led him to discover that peptic ulcer was more dominant in blood group O, and that AB blood type mothers had a high male-to-female birth ratio. (wikipedia.org)
  • What is the strong indication that all "these" animals shared a common ancestor, diverging at differing periods? (brainscape.com)
  • Abiding by leash laws and cleaning up animal waste are some of the courtesies that residents should provide. (chandleraz.gov)
  • It does not include veterinary products, medicines, animal foods or supplements. (dmoztools.net)
  • In his book Genetics and the Races of Man (1950), Boyd categorized the world population into 13 distinct races, based on their different blood type profiles and his idea that human races are populations with differing alleles. (wikipedia.org)
  • Information on how to subscribe to this email discussion group - for veterinarians and others interested in veterinary topics. (dmoztools.net)
  • Toward developing an effective vaccine, we have reported extensively on the immunogenicity of live attenuated LdCentrin −/− mutants in naive animal models. (frontiersin.org)
  • These groups share an indistinguishable part within their energy flow, providing a key position within food chains and relationships within environment(s). (wikipedia.org)
  • Groups that relate to vegetation science, or flora, are known as plant functional types. (wikipedia.org)
  • Following virulent challenge, comparable reduction in splenic parasite burden was observed in both asymptomatic and naive LdCen −/− immunized animals concomitant with the development of multifunctional CD4 + and CD8 + T cells. (frontiersin.org)