Antelopes: Any of various ruminant mammals of the order Bovidae. They include numerous species in Africa and the American pronghorn.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Wool: The hair of SHEEP or other animals that is used for weaving.Tibet: An autonomous region located in central Asia, within China.Animals, ZooHong Kong: The former British crown colony located off the southeast coast of China, comprised of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, and New Territories. The three sites were ceded to the British by the Chinese respectively in 1841, 1860, and 1898. Hong Kong reverted to China in July 1997. 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A comparative study of ejaculate traits in three endangered ungulates with different levels of inbreeding: fluctuating asymmetry as an indicator of reproductive and genetic stress. (1/119)

We studied three closely related species of endangered gazelles (Gazella dorcas, Gazella dama and Gazella cuvieri) with different levels of inbreeding in order to determine at which intensities inbreeding influences ejaculate traits. We also examined whether fluctuating asymmetry (FA) is a reliable indicator of genetic as well as reproductive stress. Our results show that, within each population, the individual coefficient of inbreeding is inversely related to ejaculate quality only in the species with the highest levels of inbreeding (G. cuvieri). In addition, FA is a reliable indicator of individual levels of inbreeding in both the species with the highest levels of inbreeding (G. cuvieri) and the species with intermediate levels of inbreeding (G. dama). Thus, FA appears in individuals whose levels of inbreeding are still not high enough to affect male reproductive potential and should therefore be considered a sensitive indicator of genetic stress. Finally, FA is also a reliable indicator of male reproductive stress since it is related to individual semen quality in all the species studied.  (+info)

Natural transmission of foot-and-mouth disease virus between African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) and impala (Aepyceros melampus) in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. (2/119)

VP1 gene sequences of SAT-2 type foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) viruses recovered from impala and African buffalo in the Kruger National Park (KNP) were used to determine intra- and interspecies relationships of viruses circulating in these wildlife populations. On this basis five distinct lineages of SAT-2 virus were identified in routine sampling of oesophageopharyngeal epithelium from buffalo between 1988 and 1996. Different lineages were associated with discrete geographic sampling localities. Over the period 1985-95, four unrelated epizootics occurred in impala in defined localities within the KNP. Evidence for natural transmission of FMD between buffalo and impala is presented for the most recent 1995 outbreak, with data linking the 1985 and 1988/9 impala epizootics to viruses associated with specific buffalo herds.  (+info)

Annual ovarian cycles in an aseasonal breeder, the springbok (Antidorcas marsupialis). (3/119)

The springbok is an arid-adapted antelope inhabiting the desert and semidesert regions of southern Africa. Because it thrives in these sparsely vegetated areas, the springbok is of potential agricultural importance and the prospect of domestication has been speculated for many years. However, apart from observational studies on its breeding in the wild, suggesting it is an aseasonal breeder, little is known about the underlying reproductive endocrinology of this species. In this study, biweekly peripheral blood samples were collected from eight captive springbok ewes from October 1995 until September 1998 and analyzed for progesterone. At the start of the study, six ewes were prepubertal and cycling commenced spontaneously between November 1995 and June 1996. Cycling had already commenced in two ewes. At the end of November 1996, estrous cycles ceased abruptly in all ewes and restarted in April 1997. Cycling ceased again between December 1997 and February 1998 and restarted in June 1998 in six ewes; there was no cessation of estrous cycles in two ewes. Thus, although some individuals cycle continuously, there is a clear endocrine anestrus of between 4 and 5 mo in springbok, the timing and duration of which is synchronized between some individuals but the time of onset and cessation is variable from year to year. To ensure that the fluctuations we observed in progesterone levels were reliable indicators of changes in the estrous cycle, blood samples were collected every 6 h for 16 days in August 1998. A surge in LH secretion was observed in all ewes 55 +/- 5 h after the fall in progesterone. Progesterone levels increased again 45 +/- 8 h after the surge. A final study showed that the pattern of melatonin release in springbok exhibits a normal day/night profile, and thus photoperiodic information is transformed into an endocrine code to springbok but does not appear to affect reproduction. Rather, our data raise the possibility that the prevailing ambient temperature may influence the onset of ovarian activity in this species.  (+info)

An investigation of heavy metal exposure and risks to wildlife in the Kafue flats of Zambia. (4/119)

Exposure and ecological risks to heavy metals (copper, zinc, manganese, iron) at Lochnivar and Blue Lagoon National Parks in wildlife dependent on the Kafue river contaminated with mining waste was evaluated. Samples included water, fish, grasses and Kafue Lechwe (Kobus leche kafuensis) liver. At both parks copper ranged from 0.03-0.04 mg/l; 3.0-6.0 mg/kg; 11.0-44.0 mg/kg; trace -199.0 mg/kg; while zinc was 0.01 mg/l; 32.0-82.0 mg/kg; 15.0-21.0 mg/kg; and 52.0-138.0 mg/kg; in water, fish, grasses and lechwe, respectively. Manganese ranges were 0.15-0.16 mg/l; 7.0-18.0 mg/kg; 51.0-145.0 mg/kg; and 40.0-53.0 mg/kg while iron ranges were 0.13-0.14 mg/l; 26.0-134.0 mg/kg; 1766.0-1797.0 mg/kg; and 131.0-856.0 mg/kg; in water, fish, grasses and lechwe, respectively. Levels in all samples except water were high indicating potential for adverse effects.  (+info)

Use of computer-assisted sperm motility assessment and multivariate pattern analysis to characterize ejaculate quality in Mohor gazelles (Gazella dama mhorr): effects of body weight, electroejaculation technique and short-term semen storage. (5/119)

Subjective and objective semen assessments were performed on 18 male Mohor gazelles (Gazella dama mhorr). Sperm motility assessments combined with sperm plasma membrane and acrosomal integrity evaluations were undertaken as part of a captive breeding programme. The primary objective was to test methodology for short-term preservation of gazelle semen for artificial insemination (storage in N-[Tris(hydroxymethyl)methyl]-2-aminoethanesulphonic acid-Tris diluent (TEST) for up to 96 h at 17 degrees C). However, the secondary objective was to investigate phenotypic and genotypic influences on semen quality within this small population, which was established in 1971 with only 12 genetic founders. Sperm motility was measured by computer-assisted semen assessment and the data were analysed using a pattern analysis technique to detect and quantify naturally occurring sperm subpopulations within the semen samples. Four sperm subpopulations distinguishable by their motion characteristics were detected. The relative frequencies of two subpopulations (population 2: highly motile, non-linear; and population 4: poorly motile, non-linear) in fresh semen were correlated with the maximum voltage used during electroejaculation. The frequency of subpopulation 2 was negatively correlated with maximum voltage (r = -0.875, P < 0.0001) and the frequency of subpopulation 4 was positively correlated (r = 0.727, P < 0.005). The frequencies of all subpopulations varied significantly among the animals sampled (chi-squared = 2577.6, degrees of freedom = 54, P < 0.0001) and subpopulation 4 was also correlated with body weight (r = -0.59, P < 0.005). Semen stored at 17 degrees C retained motility, plasma membrane and acrosomal integrity for 48 h, but these measures decreased thereafter. The frequency of a sperm subpopulation showing uncoordinated but active motility increased significantly over the first 48 h and then decreased.  (+info)

Seasonal variation in energy expenditure, water flux and food consumption of Arabian oryx Oryx leucoryx. (6/119)

We report on the energy expenditure and water flux, measured in the laboratory and in the field, of the Arabian oryx Oryx leucoryx, the largest desert ruminant for which measurements of the field metabolic rate of free-living individuals have been made using doubly labeled water. Prior to extirpation of this species in the wild in 1972, conservationists sequestered a number of individuals for captive breeding; in 1989, oryx were reintroduced in Saudi Arabia into Mahazat as-Sayd (2244 km(2)). Apart from small pools of water available after rains, oryx do not have free-standing water available for drinking and therefore rely on grasses that they eat for preformed water intake as well as their energy needs. We tested whether oryx have a reduced fasting metabolic rate and total evaporative water loss (TEWL) in the laboratory, as do some other arid-adapted mammals, and whether oryx have high field metabolic rates (FMRs) and water influx rates (WIRs), as predicted by allometric equations for large arid-zone mammals. We measured FMR and WIR during the hot summer, when plant moisture content was low and ambient temperatures were high, and after winter rains, when the water content of grasses was high. For captive oryx that weighed 84.1 kg, fasting metabolic rate averaged 8980 kJ day(-1), 16.7% lower than predictions for Artiodactyla. Our own re-analysis of minimal metabolic rates among Artiodactyla yielded the equation: logV(O2)=-0.153+0.758logM, where V(O2) is the rate of oxygen uptake in lh(-1) and M is body mass in kg. Fasting metabolic rate of oryx was only 9.1% lower than predicted, suggesting that they do not have an unusually low metabolic rate. TEWL averaged 870.0 ml day(-1), 63.9% lower than predicted, a remarkably low value even compared with the camel, but the mechanisms that contribute to such low rates of water loss remain unresolved. For free-living oryx, FMR was 11076 kJ day(-1) for animals with a mean body mass of 81.5 kg during summer, whereas it was 22081 kJ day(-1) for oryx in spring with a mean body mass of 89.0 kg, values that were 48.6% and 90.4% of allometric predictions, respectively. During summer, WIR averaged 1310 ml H(2)O day(-1), whereas in spring it was 3438 ml H(2)O day(-1). Compared with allometric predictions, WIR was 76.9% lower than expected in summer and 43.6% lower in spring. We found no evidence to support the view that the WIR of large desert ungulates is higher than that of their mesic counterparts. On the basis of the WIR of the oryx averaged over the year and the water contents of plants in their diet, we estimated that an oryx consumes 858 kg of dry matter per year.  (+info)

Species-specific sperm-egg interaction affects the utility of a heterologous bovine in vitro fertilization system for evaluating antelope sperm. (7/119)

The purpose of this study was to evaluate cryopreserved fringe-eared (FE) oryx (Oryx gazella callotis) sperm function using a heterologous in vitro fertilization (IVF) system previously developed to study scimitar-horned (SH) oryx (Oryx dammah) spermatozoa. Semen was collected by electroejaculation from FE oryx (n = 2) and SH oryx (n = 2), evaluated immediately postcollection, and cryopreserved. Thawed spermatozoa were evaluated for motility, forward progression, and acrosomal status immediately post-thaw, after Percoll-separation, and 1, 2, 3, and 8 h after culture in IVF medium. In vitro-matured cow oocytes (n = 924) were inseminated with either domestic bull, FE, or SH oryx spermatozoa and after an 8-h coincubation period, half the oocytes were fixed and examined for sperm penetration, polyspermy, and male pronuclear formation. The remaining oocytes were placed into in vitro culture and evaluated for cleavage after 48 h. Overall, there were no between-species differences in sperm motility and acrosome integrity. However, an effect of time (P < 0.05) and a species-by-time interaction (P < 0.05) were detected for both parameters. Penetration, male pronuclear formation, and embryo cleavage were high (>90%, >85%, and >70%, respectively) for oocytes inseminated with domestic bull and SH oryx spermatozoa and did not differ (P > 0.05) between species. In contrast, very few oocytes (2.8%, 4 of 141) inseminated with FE oryx sperm were penetrated. Cleavage was rare (8.0%, 16 of 200) in oocytes inseminated with FE oryx spermatozoa and did not differ (P > 0.05) from that in parthenogenetic controls (4.2%, 3 of 72). Furthermore, FE oryx spermatozoa were incapable of penetrating zona-free cow oocytes. These results indicate that species-specific differences in gamete interaction may exist even between very closely related nondomestic bovids.  (+info)

Hormonal characterization of the reproductive cycle and pregnancy in the female Mohor gazelle (Gazella dama mhorr). (8/119)

The oestrous cycles of seven captive Mohor Gazelles (Gazella dama mhorr) were investigated. Hormone profiles obtained from faecal samples collected each day from cyclic females indicated that the mean duration of the oestrous cycle was 18.62 +/- 0.26 days (range 16-22 days; n = 37 oestrous cycles). No inter-individual differences in the concentration of faecal progestagen metabolites excreted were observed, but mean faecal oestrogen excretion during both the luteal and inter-luteal phases of the oestrous cycle varied among females (P < 0.001 and P = 0.070, respectively). Oestrous cycles were synchronized using controlled internal drug release (CIDR) devices, before natural mating with an intact male. Concentrations of faecal progestagen metabolites remained approximately constant for the first 10 weeks of gestation (mean +/- SEM = 4048 +/- 407 ng g(-1) faeces), before increasing to a mean of 23 556 +/- 1176 ng g(-1) faeces. Two of seven female gazelles conceived immediately after removal of the CIDR device, a similar proportion to that conceived at the postpartum oestrus under natural conditions. Life history data for these individuals indicated that the mean time to conception in female gazelles is positively correlated with peak values in the ratio of excreted oestrogen : progestagen during the inter-luteal period of their oestrous cycles (R(2) = 0.58; P < 0.05). This finding indicates that interactions between steroid production and metabolism may influence the likelihood of conception occurring in this species.  (+info)

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*Antelope

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*Beira (antelope)

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*Tiang (antelope)

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*Bongo (antelope)

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*Antelope (disambiguation)

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*Saiga antelope

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*Avro Antelope

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*Sable antelope

The sable antelope (Hippotragus niger) is an antelope which inhabits wooded savannah in East Africa south of Kenya, and in ... The sable antelope shares the genus Hippotragus with the extinct bluebuck (H. leucophaeus) and the roan antelope (H. equinus), ... The average lifespan of the sable antelope is 19 years in the wild and 22 years in captivity. Sable antelope live in savanna ... The sable antelope has a compact and robust build, characterized by a thick neck and tough skin. It has a well-developed and ...

*Goa (antelope)

The goa (Procapra picticaudata), also known as the Tibetan gazelle, is a species of antelope that inhabits the Tibetan plateau ... Goas are relatively small antelopes, with slender and graceful bodies. Both males and females stand 54 to 65 centimetres (21 to ...

*The Antelope

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*Royal antelope

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*Atomic Antelope

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*Antelope (ship)

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*Antelope jackrabbit

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*Antelope, Oregon

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*Running Antelope

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*Antelope Canyon

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*Antelope, Texas

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*Antelope Cave

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fredag, september 28, 2012. Antelope hunters in Montana will have to work a bit harder to find good antelope hunting this fall, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials say.. While fawn production and winter survival have rebounded after a series of extreme winters, most populations are only now climbing back to average levels across the state.. Antelope hunting will be a challenge, said Quentin Kujala, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks wildlife sections coordinator in Helena. Populations, especially in eastern and north central Montana, are still in recovery mode.. Montanas antelope archery season will close Oct. 5 and the general rifle season for antelope will run Oct. 6-Nov. 11.. For more information on antelope hunting in Montana, visit FWPs website at fwp.mt.gov, click Hunting then click Hunting Guide.. Heres a regional rundown on what antelope hunters can expect this season.. Region 2-Western ...
An antelope is a member of a number of even-toed ungulate species indigenous to various regions in Africa and Eurasia. Antelopes comprise a wastebasket taxon (miscellaneous group) within the family Bovidae, encompassing those Old World species that are not cattle, sheep, buffalo, bison, or goats; even so, antelope are generally more deer-like than other bovids. A group of antelope is called a herd. The English word "antelope" first appeared in 1417 and is derived from the Old French antelop, itself derived from Medieval Latin ant(h)alopus, which in turn comes from the Byzantine Greek word anthólops, first attested in Eustathius of Antioch (circa 336), according to whom it was a fabulous animal "haunting the banks of the Euphrates, very savage, hard to catch and having long, saw-like horns capable of cutting down trees". It perhaps derives from Greek anthos (flower) and ops (eye), perhaps meaning "beautiful eye" or alluding to the animals long eyelashes. This, however, may be a later folk ...
Define Antilope cervicapra. Antilope cervicapra synonyms, Antilope cervicapra pronunciation, Antilope cervicapra translation, English dictionary definition of Antilope cervicapra. Noun 1. Antilope cervicapra - common Indian antelope with a dark back and spiral horns black buck, blackbuck antelope - graceful Old World ruminant with...
Tue Jul 27 00:00:00 MDT 2004. Lucky hunters who applied for Montanas special deer and elk permits should check their mail early next week for the coveted permits. The 2004 deer and elk drawings will be conducted about two weeks earlier than usual this year to allow hunters to better plan for their fall hunts.. Antelope hunters will receive their licenses earlier than usual, too, but will have to wait a couple of weeks to check their mailboxes. FWP biologists are wrapping up the states 2004 antelope surveys, so the quotas for antelope permits wont be finalized until the Aug. 5, 2004 meeting of the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission.. "Hunters should know whether theyll be rifle hunting for prairie goats by the second week of August," said Hank Worsech, chief of FWPs licensing bureau.. This year, mule deer and white-tailed deer hunters will find more opportunities to hunt throughout much of Montana with a boost of about 5,000 more permits to hunt deer in the northwestern, ...
First awarded in 1943, the Silver Antelope Award is presented for outstanding service to youth within one of the four regions of the BSA. The criteria are similar to those for the Silver Buffalo, with one major difference: A recipient must be a registered adult member of the Boy Scouts of America. The awards are presented in connection with regional meetings or at other public functions within the region. The National Court of Honor bestows Silver Antelope Awards on the basis of the number of registered volunteers in a region. The Silver Antelope Award is the regional distinguished service award and recognizes volunteers who have made a SIGNIFICANT contribution to the Scouting program at a Regional or Area level. There are no tenure requirements, but the competition is heavy and usually there is only one presented per Area. The committee usually looks for several years of service within one of the four regions of the BSA. The award is made by the National Court of Honor. ...
First awarded in 1943, the Silver Antelope Award is presented for outstanding service to youth within one of the four regions of the BSA. The criteria are similar to those for the Silver Buffalo, with one major difference: A recipient must be a registered adult member of the Boy Scouts of America. The awards are presented in connection with regional meetings or at other public functions within the region. The National Court of Honor bestows Silver Antelope Awards on the basis of the number of registered volunteers in a region. The Silver Antelope Award is the regional distinguished service award and recognizes volunteers who have made a SIGNIFICANT contribution to the Scouting program at a Regional or Area level. There are no tenure requirements, but the competition is heavy and usually there is only one presented per Area. The committee usually looks for several years of service within one of the four regions of the BSA. The award is made by the National Court of Honor. ...
The range of this species is restricted to the central and western San Joaquin Valley and neighbouring areas to the west in the inner Coast Ranges of California in the United States (e.g., Cuyama Valley, Panoche Valley, Carrizo Plain, Elkhorn Plain) (Best et al. 1990). Its elevational range extends from about 50 m asl on the floor of the San Joaquin Valley to around 1,100 m asl in the Temblor Range, but antelope squirrels are not common above about 800 m asl on the ridges and plains west of the San Joaquin Valley proper (Williams 1980; D.F. Williams, unpubl. data). Populations now exist primarily in marginal habitats of low foothills and mountains on the western edge of the San Joaquin Valley; significant populations occur only in western Kern County at Elk Hills and on portions of the Carrizo and Elkhorn plains. In the northern part of the range, low density populations occur in the Panoche and Kettleman hills (California Department of Fish and Game 1990; Harris and Stearns 1991 ...
The range of this species is restricted to the central and western San Joaquin Valley and neighbouring areas to the west in the inner Coast Ranges of California in the United States (e.g., Cuyama Valley, Panoche Valley, Carrizo Plain, Elkhorn Plain) (Best et al. 1990). Its elevational range extends from about 50 m asl on the floor of the San Joaquin Valley to around 1,100 m asl in the Temblor Range, but antelope squirrels are not common above about 800 m asl on the ridges and plains west of the San Joaquin Valley proper (Williams 1980; D.F. Williams, unpubl. data). Populations now exist primarily in marginal habitats of low foothills and mountains on the western edge of the San Joaquin Valley; significant populations occur only in western Kern County at Elk Hills and on portions of the Carrizo and Elkhorn plains. In the northern part of the range, low density populations occur in the Panoche and Kettleman hills (California Department of Fish and Game 1990; Harris and Stearns 1991 ...
Where in Antelope Valley can one dispose of household hazardous waste, such as carburetor cleaning solvent? What type of disposal container would be acceptable for the solvent? Thank you. Household hazardous waste, such as carburetor cleaning solvent may be disposed of at the Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center. This permanent facility is located in Palmdale at the Antelope Valley Public Landfill, 1200 West City Ranch Road. The Center is open the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month and the hours of operation are from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Disposal of household hazardous waste at this Center is free for all Los Angeles County residents. All hazardous solvents need to be in a sturdy container (plastic or metal) with a lid, and preferably labeled to be accepted.
Tibetan antelope are listed as endangered by the World Conservation Union and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service due to commercial poaching for their underwool, competition with local domesticated herds, and the development of their rangeland for gold mining. The chirus wool, known as shahtoosh, is warm, soft and fine. Although the wool can be obtained without killing the animal, poachers simply kill the chiru before taking the wool; their numbers have dropped accordingly from nearly a million (estimated) at the turn of the 20th century to less than 75,000 today. The numbers continue to drop yearly. The struggle to stop illegal antelope hunting was portrayed in the 2004 film, Kekexili: Mountain Patrol.. To develop testing for shahtoosh, a Hong Kong chemist and a senior forensic specialist looked at the material though a microscope. Using this method, they discovered shahtoosh contains coarser guard hairs unique to the species. By doing this, the duo had found a convenient way to prove ...
Theileria species (sable) causes significant mortalities in roan (Hippotragus equinus), and to a lesser extent, sable antelope (Hippotragus niger) yearly. Treatment of the condition and an infect and treat vaccination method using a tick-derived stabilate both rely on the availability of buparvaquone, a naphthoquinone with anti-theilerial activity. As buparvaquone is a controlled drug which is not commercially available in South Africa, a viable commercial alternative prevention or treatment method is necessary to control this disease. This study explores the effectiveness of an alternative vaccination method using Theileria sp. (sable) infected in vitro cultured leukoblasts. A Theileria sp. (sable) containing cell line was initiated from lymph node biopsy material of an infected roan antelope and the parasite was successfully propagated in vitro. Attenuation is believed to have been achieved by 16 cycles of passage. Real time PCR suggests that the parasite was successfully transmitted via ...
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Hello, does somebody know how to use the Antelope plugin on jEdit 4.2pre6? I just downloaded the plugin from [1]. I executed ant -f installPlugin.xml but there was an error: Task copy in target installPlugin failed, error message is: /home/bwalle/Antelope_2.75/lib not found. So I made an empty directory called lib and it worked. I started jEdit and I got an error message that a class org.apache.tools.ant.Project is missing. So I installed ant.jar in the jars directory of jEdit. Now the Antelope buffer is displayed but after clicking to Options I get an exception on the console: [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: build file is null [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at ise.antelope.common.OptionSettings.,init,(OptionSettings.java:28) [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at ise.antelope.common.AntelopeOptions.,init,(AntelopeOptions.java:156) [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at ise.antelope.common.AntelopeOptions.showDialog(AntelopeOptions.java:92) [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at ...
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ALTHOUGH the physiology of the camel, kangaroo-rat, jerboa and various domestic animals of desert regions has been examined in some detail1,2, nothing is known of the heat and water relations of that most typical desert mammal, the gazelle. It has occasionally been suggested that gazelles may be able to live indefinitely on dry food without water, like desert rodents, but no experiments have been made to determine if this is true or whether, like camels, they need to drink. For this reason an investigation of the water economy of the Dorcas gazelle, Gazella dorcas dorcas (L.) is now being pursued here.
Conservation Status: Least concern. Gestation period is approximately 240 days. The short, smooth coat varies in general colour from tan-grey to bluish-grey in colour. There are 6-10 vertical stripes along the sides, a chevron between the eyes, and cheek spots. On the neck and shoulders is an crest and underneath a mane extends along the throat. The ears of the greater kudu are large and round. The spiralled horns are found only in males and have up to 3 full turns. They can grow 100-140 cm / 40-56 inches long. When running through the bush the head is raised and the horns are laid onto the back.. The large ears are extremely sensitive to noise, making these shy antelope difficult to approach. Under normal circumstance, kudu will sneak away and hide from potential enemies. When startled they flee with large jumps with their tails rolled upwards and forwards. Kudu often stop and look back after a running for a short distance - a frequently fatal habit. Despite their large size, kudu are ...
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The report said 43.1 percent of Antelope Valley adults had problems such as lacking health insurance, were not native English speakers, or were low-income, all possible barriers to health care access. In that category, the Antelope Valley scored high, second only to the west Los Angeles County area, which scored at 31.4 percent. Overall, 33.6 percent of adults living in the Antelope Valley were low-income, compared with 39.4 percent in the county and 33.9 percent in the state. A total of 18.4 percent were on Medi-Cal, compared with 14.7 percent in the county and 13.5 percent statewide; and 13.9 percent were 65 and over, compared with 14.5 percent countywide and 14.7 percent in the state. More than 40 percent of Antelope Valley children were low-income; 17.4 percent had parents who spoke limited English; and 35.7 percent were on Medi-Cal. A total of 22.2 percent of children in the Antelope Valley have chronic health conditions - mostly asthma - compared with 21.3 percent in the county and 21.7 ...
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Springbok, (Antidorcas marsupialis), graceful, strikingly marked antelope of the gazelle tribe, Antilopini (family Bovidae, order Artiodactyla). The springbok is native to the open, treeless plains of southern Africa. It once roamed in enormous herds but is now much reduced in numbers. It is the
Alden, P. C., R. D. Estes, D. Schlitter, and B. McBride. 1995. National Audubon Society Field Guide to African Wildlife. New York: Chanticleer Press. Benirschke, K., D. Rueedi, H. Mueller, A. T. Kumamoto, K. L. Wagner, and H. S. Downes. 1980. The unusual karyotype of the lesser kudu Tragelaphus imberbis. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 26(2-4): 85-92. East, R. (compiler) 1998. African Antelope Database. IUCN/SSC Antelope Specialist Group. Janecek, L. L., R. L. Honeycutt, R. M. Adkins, and S. K. Davis. 1996. Mitochondrial gene sequences and the molecular systematics of the artiodactyl subfamily Bovinae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 6(1): 107-119. Leuthold, W. 1971. Studies on the food habits of lesser kudu in Tsavo National Park, Kenya. East African Wildlife Journal 9: 35-45. Leuthold, W. 1979. The lesser kudu Tragelaphus imberbis: ecology and behavior of an African antelope. Saeugetierkundliche Mitteilungen 27(1). Mitchell, A.W. 1977. Preliminary observations on the daytime activity ...
Pronghorn hair is very brittle and is shed throughout the year. During extreme weather conditions, the hollow hair provides excellent insulation. Pronghorn hair is also used as an alarm signal. By erecting the white rump hair, a pronghorn alerts the herd of possible danger.. Habitat: Open grass and forest parks.. Food Preferences:. Grasses, weeds, cacti, juniper, winterfat, and chamiso. Pronghorn are selective, opportunistic foragers. They feed on forbs, shrubs, grasses, and sometimes cacti and domestic crops. Forbs make up the largest part of their diet, followed by shrubs, then grasses. Forbs are typically eaten from spring to late fall and are critical to good fawn production. Shrubs are eaten all year, but are most important in winter when forbs are not readily available. Grasses, though relatively unimportant, are eaten when young and succulent. Other food types vary locally in importance. Recently disturbed ground, such as burned areas, are often good foraging sites because they can ...
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Reservation Page Sharpes Grysbok is a shy antelope, which is slightly smaller than the Cape Grysbok, and which has a thick-set body and a rich rufous-coloured coat. It
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Scientists have caught male topi antelopes in the act of faking fear in front of females in heat as a way to improve their chances of having sex.
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Antelope is sort of absurd and exotic, so it means you can find anything here, said Dunwoodie who has a degree in illustration and textiles from Les Arts Decoratifs in Paris. Wire mannequins serve to show off the intricate filigree pattern of silk and cotton scarves by Yaser Shaw from Kashmir, India; a shabby-chic display case combines silver threaded reindeer leather bracelets by Saami Crafts with ceramic kitten pendants by Les Nereides; and an enormous white painted antelope head mounted against mauve wallpaper presides over hand-beaded Aikutzi jewelry made by the Huichol Center, a nonprofit business run by anthropologist Susana Valadez. [...] the store carries actual components of a tea party - small gift sets with delicate gold-plated teaspoons and ornate glasses by the Turkish brand Tade.
My experience of the flora of Lassen County, California, by Orrin C. Winton. Below: Viola beckwithii Torrey & A. Gray (Great Basin Violet). Please note, plant names (nomenclature) are in accordance with The Jepson Manual, 2nd Edition (2012) (TJM2 ...
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Kilgallon, C.P., Bailey, T.A., ODonovan, D., Wernery, U. and Alexandersen, S. 2008, Temporal assessment of seroconversion in response to inactivated foot-and-mouth disease vaccine in Arabian oryx (Oryx leucoryx), Veterinary Record, vol. 163, no. 24, pp. 717-720, doi: 10.1136/vr.163.24.717. ...
An elegant, graceful antelope-which may be behind the legend of the unicorn-the scimitar-horned oryx is supremely adapted to desert life. Currently extinct in the wild, conservation scientists are working on reintroduction programs in Tunisia, Chad and Niger.
At this stage the onlookers realised this was not a mission for free food, but actually a rescue," Anthony said.. He also explained how the elephants stood and watched as the antelope galloped into the night, before they too slowly walked away.. Ecologist Brendon Whittington-Jones said at the time: "Elephant are naturally inquisitive - but this behaviour is certainly most unusual and cannot be explained in scientific terms".. Unfortunately, the rescue efforts of the elephants may have been a little misguided. The antelope hunters had actually rounded them up as part of a rebreeding programme. The antelope were being relocated in an attempt to help them mate.. ...
Grain polyphenol oxidase (PPO) activity can cause discoloration of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) food products. Five crosses (PI 117635/Antelope; Fielder/ NW03681; Fielder/Antelope; NW07OR1070/Antelope; NW07OR1066/OR2050272H) were selected to study the genetic inheritance of PPO activity. STS markers, PPO18, PPO29 and STS01, were used to identify lines with putative alleles at the Ppo-A1 and Ppo-D1 loci conditioning low or high PPO activity. ANOVA showed significant genotypic effects on PPO activity (P\0.0001) in all populations. The generations and generation 9 genotype effects were not significant in any population. A putative third (null) genotype at Ppo-A1 (no PCR fragments for PPO18) was discovered in NW07OR1066 and NW07OR1070 derived populations, and these had the lowest mean PPO activities. Results demonstrated that both Ppo-A1 and Ppo-D1 loci affect the kernel PPO activity, but the Ppo-A1 has the major effect. In three populations, contrary results were observed to those predicted from previous
The antelope race beside the Ark.. The waters are glassy, sometimes, when the rain slows down. They are rich in color. The hoofprints of the antelope are like the dents of great raindrops.. The antelope have wide feet and a powerful light foot technique. For seventeen days they keep their balance on the water. Yet slowly, as the days pass, they sink deeper and deeper into the shining waters until at last they drown.. "Theres no room for the hippos," Ham says. "Well have to eat them.". "No eating the hippos," says Noah.. "But Dad!". Noah considers. "There are those birds," he says, "that fly into your urethra when youre peeing and nest inside your crotch. We could eat them.". Ham considers that.. "Okay," he says.. The seven-limbed howlers struggle upwards from the cities below. They flail. They howl. They reach the surface and fill their great and terrible lungs with air. Then they sink, again, slowly, pathetically, and hoard their energy for the next long breath.. The eagles circle tiredly in ...
We aim to investigate the role of native and exotic wildlife species to the spread of cattle fever ticks (Rhipicephalus microplus and R. annulatus). White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and Nilgai antelope (Boselaphus tragocamelus) have been implicated in the movement of cattle fever ticks Rhipicephalus spp. in South Texas, but less is known regarding the role of other exotic species. A diverse array of exotic species including axis (Cervus axis), fallow (Cervus dama), and red deer (Cervus elaphus), blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra), scimitar-horned oryx (Orxy dammah) and gemsbok oryk (Oryx gazella) inhabit the northern reaches of the permanent quarantine area, which includes the north western South Texas Plains and south eastern Edwards Plateau. This research will aim to improve our understanding of the potential role of these species.. ...
The research culminates a decade-long effort to examine the potential role of the gazelles in FMD ecology. In the recently published study (undertaken between 2005-2008), the research team collected blood samples from 36 gazelle calves and 57 adult gazelles in order to determine the prevalence of antibodies to the foot-and-mouth virus (FMDV). The team also collected samples from domestic animals kept in areas frequented by gazelles, including 138 sheep, 140 goats, 139 Bactrian camels, and 138 cattle for comparison. The authors found that the patterns of FMDV antibody prevalence in gazelle populations reflect the dynamics of FMD in livestock across the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia. During 1998-99 (outbreak free years in livestock), researchers detected no antibodies in gazelles; conversely, during a FMD outbreak in livestock in 2001, researchers detected a 67 percent prevalence rate in gazelles. The recently published study examines the following outbreak free periods, during which the team noted a ...
The pronghorn, sometimes called the pronghorn antelope, is neither an antelope nor a deer, but a unique ungulate that lives only in North America. In the animal biz, people are obsessed with the gold medalers in any category: Whos the biggest? Whos the smallest? Whos got the longest penis? Well, sometimes its more illustrative to…
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The Arabian Oryx (Oryx leucoryx) is a medium-sized antelope with a distinct shoulder hump, long, straight horns, and a tufted tail. It is a bovid, the smallest member of Oryx genus, native to desert and steppe areas of the Arabian Peninsula. The Arabian oryx was extinct in the wild by the early 1970s, but was saved in zoos and private preserves and reintroduced into the wild starting in 1980. In 1986, the Arabian oryx was classified as endangered on the IUCN Red List, and in 2011, it was the first animal to receive Vulnerable status again after having been listed as extinct in the wild. It is listed in CITES Appendix I. As of 2011, populations were estimated at over 1000 individuals in the wild, and 6000 - 7000 individuals in captivity worldwide.. The Asian One-horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) belongs to the Rhinocerotidae family. Listed as a vulnerable species, the large mammal is primarily found in parts of north-eastern India and in protected areas in the Terai of Nepal, where ...
Furthermore, the black streak under the eye is also seen on the face of many species that the cheetah preys upon. According to the cheetah section in "Wild Cats of the World" by Mel and Fiona Sunquist, 91% of cheetah kills in the Serengeti are Thomsons gazelle. In Kruger National Park, 68% of kills were the impala, and in other areas such as Botswana, springbok are an important part of the diet as well. 73.9% of the kills made by cheetahs in Nairobi National Park were Thomsons gazelle, Grants gazelle, and impala. As you can see in the pictures below, all of these antelope have that black streak under their eyes, though it is less pronounced in the Grants gazelle and impala than it is in the Thomsons gazelle. One of the biggest reasons for markings on an animal that dont aid in camouflage or sexual selection (i.e. differences between male and female that are used to attract a mate) is to help with species differentiation, so that they dont waste valuable time and resources attempting to ...
An ultrastructural study on the lymphocytes from peripheral blood samples from 20 healthy adult Arabian oryx (Oryx leucocoryx) was undertaken. Small lymphocytes...
Impala are diurnal and spend the night ruminating and lying down. The peak activity times for social activity and herd movement are shortly after dawn and before dusk.. Impala have different social structures depending on the season. The average size of the female herd is between 15-100 individuals depending on space available. Females live in clans within a home range of 80-180 ha. During the wet season the ranges are heavily defended, but during the dry season there is much overlap between individuals in the clan and even between different clans. There are slight differences between behavior in southern and eastern impala. Southern impala are more likely to intermix during the dry season, while eastern impala will remain more territrorial during the dry season.. Impala form distinct social groups during the wet season. Three main organizations are found: territorial males with and without breeding females, bachelor herds of non-territorial adult and juvenile males, and breeding herds of ...
Citation: Sedlak, K., Bartova, E., Literak, I., Vodicka, R., Dubey, J.P. 2004. Toxoplasmosis in captive nilgais (Boselaphus tragocamelus) and Saiga antelope (Saiga tatarica). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 35(4):530-533. Interpretive Summary: Infectiion by the single-celled parasite Toxoplasma gondii is common in humans and animals. Scientists at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center and the State Veterinary Institute, Prague, Czech Republic report abortion due to toxoplasmosis in antelopes and death in a nilgai. The results will be of interest to parasitologists, pathologists and wildlife veterinarians. Technical Abstract: Three female nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus) aborted two fetuses and two of newborn died within 2 days after birth at about the same time. Toxoplasma gondii DNA was demonstrated in the brains and livers of both fetuses and in one of the two newborn by single-stage polymerase chain reaction with TGR1E and by semi-nested polymerase chain reaction with B1 gene. ...
The environment in the Cradle of Humankind was once far lusher and more tropical than it is today. Just under 2-million years ago, this landscape began to change, opening up into the grassland it is today.. Three-million years ago, in a geological epoch known as the Pliocene, environmental conditions at Sterkfontein were warmer and wetter than today, and the landscape was a mosaic of forest, woodland and grassland. From fossils, we know the vegetation included liana vines of the kind now found only in tropical forests in Central and West Africa. Fossils of large, forest-dwelling monkeys are also relatively common in the older Member 2 (about 4.2-million to 3.3-million years old) and Member 3 (about 3.3-million to 2.5-million years old) at Sterkfontein, and are evidence of this lusher environment.. Fossils of browsing antelopes such as Hippotragus (similar to a modern-day sable antelope) indicate continuing woodland conditions in Member 4 (about 2.5-million to 2.1-million years old), and after ...
Last night, at the flood-lit watering-hole here at Okaukuejo camp, we watched seven Black Rhino come down to drink. Very impressive. Then, a Verreauxs Giant Eagle-Owl (hope we have that spelled right) flew over and looked like it tried to grab a stray jackal. Needless to say, this is a BIG owl. That was only the beginning, however. A lone, feckless-looking springbok was drinking from the water at about 10pm when we spotted a massive female lion come out of the brush. She went from left to right, away from the springbok, and then tracked back, stalking the small antelope. The crowd of (mostly German) tourists fell in a dead hush. Would we see a kill? About 20 yards away from its dinner, the lion broke into a run and the springbok bounded away into the night, surviving ... for now ...
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Trishuris [Figure 9] is one of the observed parasites in the studied samples. In other studies,[4],[5],[6] this parasite has been observed in ruminant wildlife. Trishuris infection is 2.86% that is consistent with Persian fallow deer study and shows lower rates when compared to other studies. The second observed parasite was Marshalagia [Figure 10] that was also reported by Morgan et al.[7] and Tavassoli and Khoshvaghti.[8] Marshalagia infection percentage was 1.43 which shows lower rate of infection compared to other studies. Morgan et al.[7] also reported that simultaneous grazing of the wildlife with livestock in pastures had the transmission potential of a wide range of helminth parasites between animals and domestic ruminants. The third parasite type observed in the current study was Moniezia [Figure 11], which has also been reported by Masamha et al.[9] and Cook et al.[10] Moniezia parasite was detected in two deer species out of 70 studied species that reveals a smaller percentage in ...
The fact that antelope play a considerable part in nature as a reservoir for T. gambiense has now been thoroughly established. Both laboratory and field results agree in confirming the suspicion which for some time past has attached to these animals. In the case of T. gambiense, however, there is nothing very remarkable in the observation that the presence of the trypanosome in their blood apparently exerts no harmful effect on the antelope. T. gambiense cannot be considered as a fatal trypanosome for ruminants generally. In the case of pecorum, however, matters are different. This trypanosome, according to Bruce and his collaborators, causes a rapidly fatal disease in cattle and domestic animals generally. Though apparently widely distributed throughout Uganda, nothing definite is at present known concerning its true carrier in nature. The presence of the disease in districts where tsetse are unknown shows that some other agent is capable of conveying this trypanosome. The behaviour of ...
Thursday, April 7, 2011. Fair Chase. By Duane Fronek. I see this little phrase come up from time to time. What Im about to write might infuriate some and please others and leave others thinking about where they stand on this little phrase. My thoughts on the phrase "Fair Chase" in a nutshell is basically, has got to be the most dangerous word to outdoor men and women and our pursuits in the wild when it comes to hunting, trapping and fishing. The phrase in my opinion is probably the most responsible for hunting, trapping and fishing rights lost over the years, pitting one outdoorsmen and women against another. Simply put fair chase is basically not just a phrase but an attitude and a tool to justify ones way of doing things, while sacrificing those of another. We see it all the time when issues come up such as the use of cross bows, high fence, hunting with hounds, trapping and the list goes on. The animal rights groups love that little phrase, because they have it figured out, and know those ...
Thursday, April 7, 2011. Fair Chase. By Duane Fronek. I see this little phrase come up from time to time. What Im about to write might infuriate some and please others and leave others thinking about where they stand on this little phrase. My thoughts on the phrase "Fair Chase" in a nutshell is basically, has got to be the most dangerous word to outdoor men and women and our pursuits in the wild when it comes to hunting, trapping and fishing. The phrase in my opinion is probably the most responsible for hunting, trapping and fishing rights lost over the years, pitting one outdoorsmen and women against another. Simply put fair chase is basically not just a phrase but an attitude and a tool to justify ones way of doing things, while sacrificing those of another. We see it all the time when issues come up such as the use of cross bows, high fence, hunting with hounds, trapping and the list goes on. The animal rights groups love that little phrase, because they have it figured out, and know those ...
things that by any definition are terrible antisocial acts, things that are harmful to others and I would call those evil acts. Ask an antelope what he thinks about being eaten and hell tell you the lion is evil. The lion will say hes simply having dinner. By the way, being philosophical about it doesnt stop the pain or the death of the antelope. Nations go to war against each other. Our side is fighting for god, country, and apple pie. The folks on the other side are evil. The folks on the other side think the same think only reversed. Now that doesnt mean that people dont commit evil acts in war because they certainly do. It means that the definition of good and evil can change with your point of view. When some people talk about evil, the image that comes to mind is Satan or the Devil. Since we atheists dont believe in gods, it follows that we dont believe in devils. We dont think of evil as a noun or a person. We also dont believe that a person must be religious to be moral. The ...
Brittany Bowyer. Friday, Sept. 8, 2017. As GCU completes Division I transition, relationship with Pac-12 remains complicated. PHOENIX - Although Grand Canyons transition to Division I is complete, its relationship with the Pac-12 remains complicated.. It wont compete on the playing field this season with Arizona State, which is troubled by GCUs for-profit status. It will, however, face other conference schools in non-revenue sports. The Antelopes mens tennis team, for example, opens its season in Tucson on Sept. 23 for the Wildcat Invitational, and the womens basketball team will host Washington in December.. No conference school plays Grand Canyon in mens basketball this season although Arizona did play the Antelopes last year.. The University of Oregon is among the schools that is not scheduled to play GCU. "We have had no discussions (with) Grand Canyon regarding scheduling," said Jimmy Stanton, Oregons senior associate athletic director of communication, in an email.. In August, Crow ...
The goal of the Positive Behavior Program (PBIS) at Piute & New Vista Middle Schools is to increase student time in the classroom, promote engagement in learning, and increased student success. During the past few years the rate of suspension and office referrals at Piute & New Vista Middle school has led to students missing a large amount of instructional time. The purpose of implementing a positive behavior approach is to use evidence based behavioral interventions to enhance academic and social behavior outcomes for students. AVPH conducts student clubs where students have the opportunity to participate in leadership, community and youth development activities and learn how to support the implementation of PBIS on their school campus.. ...
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1/3200, f/7.1, ISO 500, Canon 7D Mark II, Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM + EF 1.4 III Extender, not baited, set up or called in. For me photos like this one represent the "bugginess" of the island quite well. This Western Meadowlark had a mouthful of grubs for its chicks (believe it or not it was singing enthusiastically with its mouth full - not sure how it did that…) and the air around it was filled with midges (the larger kind that dont bite). This time of year its often very difficult to get bird photos where you dont feel tempted to clone out hundreds of tiny black specks from your images.. And fair warning - if you visit the island this time of year youre going to pay the biting gnat price. Those little bastards are absolutely miserable and theres very little you can do about them. Bug juice is largely ineffective on them and though fine-mesh mosquito netting around your head can be effective in keeping them at bay I find them uncomfortable and impractical for photography.. These ...
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What is the meaning of the underlined word? The cup had a chip on its rim. Analogies ... Analogies. Animal is to antelope as tree is to _. animal: antelope ::tree: ... – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 639be-MTJiO
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When evaluating within species, protein oxidation in blesbok species droëwors samples remained fairly constant with the addition of RBE 0% and 0.25% with mean values (expressed as μΜ carbonyl per mg protein) of 0.00089 (raw); 0.00087 (dried) and 0.00070 (raw), 0.00069 (dried) respectively (Figure 2). The protein oxidation in samples with the addition of RBE 0.50% increased over time from 0.00065-0.00085 μΜ carbonyl/mg protein. The samples with RBE 1.0% decreased in carbonyls by 0.00026 μΜ carbonyl/mg protein which is a very small (not significant) amount. Springbok species droëwors samples indicate similar results to blesbok species droëwors samples in that with the addition of RBE 0.25%, the protein oxidation products remained fairly equal over time with mean values (μΜ carbonyl/mg protein) of 0.00069 (raw) and 0.00069 (dried). Samples with RBE 0.50% again increased after drying by 0.00018 μΜ carbonyl/mg protein, whilst RBE 0% and RBE 1.0% decreased by 0.000085 μΜ carbonyl/mg ...
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BERKOWITZ, A et al. Description of the pathology of a gazelle that died during a major outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Israel. J. S. Afr. Vet. Assoc. [online]. 2010, vol.81, n.1, pp.62-64. ISSN 2224-9435.. Naturally occurring foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in wildlife is a relatively mild condition but occasionally it can be devastating as has been documented in impala in South Africa and in mountain gazelles in Israel. This report describes pathological changes in an adult male gazelle with FMD from an outbreak in the Nature Reserve of Ramot-Issachar region and the lower Galilee in Israel. The outbreak was characterised by the malignant form of the disease, which is uncommon among domestic animals. Lesions observed included, ulceration in the oral cavity, oesophagus and ruminal pillars, coronitis, multifocal cardiac necrosis and pancreatic necrosis and inflammation. Pneumonia, caused by Muellerius capillaries was an incidental finding.. Palavras-chave : foot-and-mouth disease; Gazella ...
The grand prize goes to the project, "Reintroduction in Motion: Habitat Modeling for the Scimitar-Horned Oryx," conducted by a team of four interns at DEVELOPs node at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.. The team used NASA Earth-observing satellite data to create a habitat suitability index to support the reintroduction of the scimitar-horned oryx in Chad. The Chad Ecological Forecasting teams video maintained "a good balance between describing the problem and the methods being taken to provide a solution," said Jennifer Perez, deputy program manager for the Science and Technical Information Program at NASA Langley Research Center, one of 15 in a judging panel.. Each member of the winning team will receive a one-year trial version of ENVI and ArcGIS software, furnished by competition co-sponsors Exelis Visual Information Solutions and Esri. Both companies create geospatial and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software that can incorporate NASA remote-sensing data.. Runner-up honors go to ...
Chapter 4. Finding the Fossils. The Boy Paleontologist, on an expedition on the Irvington District of California, discovered in the vertical wall of a quarry a new fossil. When the fossil was first located, the boys believed it would be saber cat, but as more and more of the fossil was exposed, the boys began to change their minds. One boy was sure that it was deer or elk. Another boy said it looked like African antelopes. They continued to speculate, but all were convinced that the new Irvington fossil a skull with strange horns was some kind of mammal.. ...
Marshs Chalicothere was specialized for a high-browsing lifestyle. The structure of its nasal bones suggest that they supported mobile lips adapted to grasp and break leaves and small branches into their mouths, similar to those of modern browsing rhinos. Additionally, reduced incisors and a procumbent lower jaw suggest that these animals had protrusible tongues which they would have used to bring food within range of its aforementioned lips in the manner of a giraffid or sloth. Elongated necks and forelimbs enabled a vertical reach of up to 4m when on all fours. Furthermore, the structure of the lumbar vertebrae and pelvis indicate that these animals were capable of actively rearing up on their hindlimbs, effectively increasing their vertical reach to 5m. The closest modern analogue to the feeding behavior of Marshs Chalicothere is the Gerenuk (Litocranius walleri), a long-limbed and long-necked African antelope adapted to browse on tree foliage unreachable to other animals its size. In ...
Genome sequencing for species living in extreme environments has great potential to provide new insights into the molecular basis of adaptation to the extreme environments. For example, population genomics analysis of polar bears revealed positively selected genes associated with cardiomyopathy and vascular disease, implying important reorganization of the cardiovascular system in polar bears to adapt to the Arctic environment [51]. The genome of the Tibetan antelope exhibits signals of positive selection and gene-family expansion in genes associated with energy metabolism and oxygen transmission, suggesting high-altitude adaptation in these genes [52]. Furthermore, the recently published midge genome (Belgica antarctica) is the first Antarctic eukaryote genome, and has a very compact architecture which is thought to be constrained by environmental extremes in Antarctica [53]. Given their large populations and long history in Antarctica, the Antarctic penguins are an excellent model for studying ...
The lifelong hostility between eugenicist Madison Grant (1865-1937) and anthropologist Franz Boas (1858-1942) was the personification if not the core of the nature-nurture debate in the United States. Grant was one of the founders of the conservation movement in America, and worked side-byside with Theodore Roosevelt at the beginning of the twentieth century to preserve the nations natural heritage. Among his many accomplishments, Grant preserved the California redwoods, saved the American bison from extinction, founded the Bronx Zoo, helped to create the Glacier and Denali national parks, and worked tirelessly to protect the whales in the ocean, the bald eagles in the sky and the pronghorn antelopes on the prairie. But Grant was also the prophet of scientific racism and-in geographer Ellsworth Huntingtons phrase-the perennial cheerleader of the Nordics in America.2 Grant first came to the attention of the reading public in 1916, when Scribners and Sons published his bestselling opus, The ...
Very interesting & beautiful papers, but as usual, the discoverers think theyve found a Missing Link. Most likely, the fossil (2.8 Ma) is no Homo, perhaps not even closer related to us than to one of the African apes. The mandible looks most like that of an Au.afarensis (female?), perhaps its simply a late relative of Lucy or Dikika, who lived in the same region, in a comparable environment (although probably generally more open): gallery forest, paleo-lake, near-shore delta-plain with Kobus & Tragelaphus marsh antelopes, Deinotherium, hippos, crocodiles & fish, IOW, not really in broad agreement with hypotheses addressing the role of environmental forcing in hominin evolution at this time (= the usual savanna-biased thinking: Ape->Man = forest->plain-running). The authors have the unfortunate & misleading paleo-anthropological habit of using the term primitive when they mean apelike, and derived or advanced when they mean Homo-like: it would have been much ...
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LIVING IN THE NORTHEAST, I rarely get to hunt wild quail. So last fall, I made the most of a stay at LaFonda Ranch--7,800 acres of fantastic quail country thats a two-hour drive southwest of San Antonio. During two days of fast wing-shooting, two friends and I shot dozens of birds over top-performing pointers. Accommodations are first-rate, with a huge lodge, well-appointed bunk rooms, and meals cooked by a full-time chef. LaFonda offers other hunts year-round for game such as whitetails, doves, turkeys, and exotics (like axis deer and blackbuck antelope, which you can hunt now).
During the seasonal migrations of large mammals, when the usual prey are lacking, the cat flap is smaller and more difficult to capture herbivores: impala, hartebeest, gazelle and other dwarf antelopes. On its territory and facts about lion is in competition with other predators such as the spotted hyena. Their relations are unique in their complexity and intensity ...
Impalas are medium-sized antelopes that roam the savanna and light woodlands of eastern and southern Africa. In the rainy season, when food is plentiful, they may gather in large herds of several hundred animals to browse on grasses and herbs, bushes, shrubs, and shoots. Impalas are fleet runners who are able to leap d
sitatunga: Tragelaphus spekei the most aquatic antelope, with elongated, splayed hooves and flexible foot joints that enable it to traverse boggy ground. Though common, even abundant, in...
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Groups Seek to Protect Bighorn Sheep and Other Endangered Species. SILVER CITY, N.M.- Two conservation groups sued the U.S. Department of Agriculture today over the illegal grazing of domestic sheep on more than 100,000 acres of public lands in and near the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem of Idaho and Montana. The presence of these domestic sheep, and management actions taken on their behalf, hurts sensitive and endangered native wildlife such as Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, pronghorn antelope, lynx, gray wolves and grizzly bears.. The Center for Biological Diversity and Western Watersheds Project filed suit against the Sheep Experiment Station, Agricultural Research Service and Forest Service, all agencies of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.. The Sheep Experiment Station itself manages about 48,000 acres, where it is grazing sheep without any environmental analysis or consideration of impacts to endangered species. The Sheep Station also grazes sheep on over 54,000 acres of Forest Service and ...
Authors describe nineteen shrub-steppe communities in the Middle Fork and East Fork of the Salmon River, Idaho. Bluebunch wheatgrass (Pseudoroegneria spicata) and Idaho fescue (Festuca idahoensis) occur as dominants or major subdominants throughout the region. Big sagebrush (Artemesia tridentata), threetip sagebrush (A. tripartita), and low sagebrush (A.arbuscula) are dominants, especially in the East Fork and southern Middle Fork. Antelope bitterbrush (Purshia tridentata) communities exist throughout the region but are most abundant along the Middle Fork, where the species also occurs as a dominant in the understory of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) and Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) stands on drier sites. Cliffy areas in all regions have curlleaf mountain mahogany (Cercocarpus ledifolius) and little greenbush (Glossopetalon nevadense) stands, reflecting the specialized habitats on which these communities occur. Shadscale saltbush (Atriplex confertifolia) communities occupy the driest ...
Heartwater is an infectious, noncontagious, tickborne rickettsial disease of ruminants. The disease is seen only in areas infested by ticks of the genus Amblyomma . These include regions of Africa south of the Sahara and the islands of the Comores, Zanzibar, Madagascar, Sao Tomé, Réunion, and Mauritius. Heartwater was introduced to the Caribbean, and it and its vector ( A variegatum ) are endemic on the islands of Guadeloupe and Antigua. A variegatum , but not the rickettsia, has since spread to several other islands despite attempts at eradication. Possible spread to the mainland threatens the livestock industry of regions from northern South America to Central America and the southern USA. In heartwater endemic areas in southern Africa, it is estimated that mortalities due to the disease are more than double those due to bacillary hemoglobinuria (red water, ) and anaplasmosis ( ) combined. Cattle, sheep, goats, and some antelope species are susceptible to heartwater. In endemic areas, some
Background. Stent Study:. A routine invasive strategy using percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) has been shown to improve survival and freedom from recurrent myocardial infarction compared to a thrombolysis in patients with acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). In addition to standard medical treatment, PCI with the use of coronary artery stents not only eliminate the underlying stenotic lesion, but afford a mechanical mean of plaque stabilization, normalize coronary blood flow, reduce shear stress, and local intracoronary thrombosis. Notwithstanding, the implantation of coronary artery stents is associated with arterial injury initiating a vasculo-proliferative cascade and as a result provoke structural changes of the vessel wall. The implantation of bare-metal stents (BMS) during primary percutaneous coronary interventions (P-PCI) in STEMI patients resulted in restenosis in up to 20% of patients and has not been shown to reduce the rate of mortality and reinfarction. ...
This photo was taken at Black-Footed Ferret Recovery Program in Colorado. The black-footed ferret is considered to be the rarest mammal in North America. In 1988, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service developed the "Black-footed Ferret Recovery Plan" which emphasized species preservation through natural breeding, development of assisted reproductive technology, and establishment of multiple reintroduction sites. The objective of the captive breeding program was to maintain 240 ferrets (90 males, 150 females) of prime breeding age (1-3 years old) in captivity, and subdivide the captive populaton into different locations in order to avoid catastrophic loss at a single facility. A high priority is placed on protecting genetic diversity so the "Black-footed Ferret Genome Resource Bank" was established. This is a frozen repository of sperm from the most genetically valuable males. Ferrets were released back into the wild in Wyoming in 1991, in South Dakota and Montana in 1994, and in Arizona in 1998. The ...
Animal and human trypanosomiasis are constraints to both animal and human health in Sub-Saharan Africa, but there is little recent evidence as to how these parasites circulate in natural hosts in natural ecosystems. A cross-sectional survey of trypanosome prevalence in 418 wildlife hosts was conducted in the Luangwa Valley, Zambia, from 2005 to 2007. The overall prevalence in all species was 13.9%. Infection was significantly more likely to be detected in waterbuck, lion, greater kudu and bushbuck, with a clear pattern apparent of the most important hosts for each trypanosome species. Human infective Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense parasites were identified for the first time in African buffalo and T. brucei s.l. in leopard. Variation in infection is demonstrated at species level rather than at family or sub-family level. A number of significant risk factors are shown to interact to influence infection rates in wildlife including taxonomy, habitat and blood meal preference. Trypanosoma parasites ...
We evaluated impact of the needle length, sex, and body condition on chemical immobilization induction time in 50 (29 males and 21 females) free-ranging fallow deer (Dama dama) in Sweden, 2006-11. Induction time is probably the single most important factor when immobilizing free-ranging wildlife with the use of a remote drug-delivery system. Induction times should be short to minimize stress and risk of injury, and to ensure that immobilized animals can be found and clinically monitored as soon as possible. We measured the distance between the darting location and where we recovered the immobilized animal and also the time occurring between the two events. We used two types of needles: 2.0 × 30- or 2.0 × 40-mm barbed needles with side ports. The most important result is that a 10-mm-longer dart needle can reduce the retrieval time substantially (,20 min) until an animal is under monitoring. On average after the darting, the retrieval time decreased from 51 to 29 min and the distance decreased ...
Authors: Assadi, Mitra , Zerafati, Gazelle , Dham, Bhavpreet S. , Contreras, Liz , Akbar, Umer , Zayas, Luis , Leone, Paola Article Type: Research Article Abstract: Migraine represents a common neurological condition, which frequently affects adolescent girls. This cross sectional study aimed to evaluate the prevalence, impact and fund of migraine knowledge among adolescent girls. Students attending randomly selected high schools were recruited into the study by signing a consent form and completing a validated survey designed for this purpose. The survey assessed the participants fund of knowledge about migraine in five domains: migraine epidemiology, symptoms, triggers, auras and …treatment options. The participants were evaluated for headache characteristics according to the International Classification of Headache Disorders, 2nd edition criteria, and categorized as having definite migraine or probable migraine. Additionally, the survey evaluated headache disability by implementing the ...

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The Tibetan antelope is the sole species in the genus Pantholops, named from the Greek for "all antelope". It was formerly ... The Tibetan antelope is a medium-sized antelope, with a shoulder height of about 83 cm (33 in) in males, and 74 cm (29 in) in ... The Tibetan antelope or chiru (Pantholops hodgsonii)[4] (Tibetan: གཙོད་, Wylie: gtsod, pronounced [tsǿ]; Chinese: 藏羚羊; pinyin: ... Tibetan antelope feed on forbs, grasses, and sedges, often digging through the snow to obtain food in winter. Their natural ...
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The sable antelope shares the genus Hippotragus with the extinct bluebuck (H. leucophaeus) and the roan antelope (H. equinus), ... The sable antelope (Hippotragus niger) is an antelope which inhabits wooded savannah in East Africa south of Kenya, and in ... IUCN SSC Antelope Specialist Group (2008). "Hippotragus niger". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2008. ... H. n. variani, the giant sable antelope or royal sable, is so named because the horns of both sexes are recognizably longer. It ...
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Media:Silver Antelope Nomination Form.pdf,Sample Silver Antelope Nomination Form]]. *[[Media:Silver Antelope Nomination Form. ... Silver Antelope for service at the regional or area level * Silver Buffalo for service at the national level * Distinguished ... The Silver Antelope Award is for outstanding service to youth at the regional level. Other. Awards are presented for service at ... Silver Antelope Award is presented for outstanding service to youth within one of the four regions of the BSA. The criteria ...
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Ammospermophilus nelsoni (Nelsons Antelope Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Ground Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Squirrel)Ammospermophilus nelsoni (Nelson's Antelope Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Ground Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Squirrel)

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Ammospermophilus nelsoni (Nelsons Antelope Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Ground Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Squirrel)Ammospermophilus nelsoni (Nelson's Antelope Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Ground Squirrel, San Joaquin Antelope Squirrel)

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Antelope - WikipediaAntelope - Wikipedia

... antelope are generally more deer-like than other bovids. A group of antelope is called a herd. The English word "antelope" ... and four-horned antelope, while Russia and Central Asia have the Tibetan antelope, and saiga. Many species of antelopes have ... Antelopes are a common symbol in heraldry, though they occur in a highly distorted form from nature. The heraldic antelope has ... Many forest antelope rely on cryptic coloring and good hearing to avoid predators. Forest antelope often have very large ears ...
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... and 218 photos of Antelope Point Marina Village, ranked No.14 on TripAdvisor among 53 attractions in Page. ... Antelope Point Marina Village, Page: See 524 reviews, articles, ... Restaurants near Antelope Point Marina Village * All things to ... Dont expect the pretty Antelope Canyon colors here. We were really disappointed, this is nothing like the Antelope canyon you ... just a couple miles from antelope. they have more storage facilities. if non are available at antelope ...
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Where in Antelope Valley can one dispose of household hazardous waste, such as carburetor cleaning solvent?  What type of...Where in Antelope Valley can one dispose of household hazardous waste, such as carburetor cleaning solvent? What type of...

This permanent facility is located in Palmdale at the Antelope Valley Public Landfill, 1200 West City Ranch Road. The Center is ... Household hazardous waste, such as carburetor cleaning solvent may be disposed of at the Antelope Valley Environmental ... Where in Antelope Valley can one dispose of household hazardous waste, such as carburetor cleaning solvent? What type of ... Where in Antelope Valley can one dispose of household hazardous waste, such as carburetor cleaning solvent? What type of ...
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The genome sequence of Tibetan antelope sheds new light on high-altitude ... (	 May 17 2013 Shenzhen China---- Why T...)The genome sequence of Tibetan antelope sheds new light on high-altitude ... ( May 17 2013 Shenzhen China---- Why T...)

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Immunization of roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) using in vitro cultured Theileria species (sable) schizontsImmunization of roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) using in vitro cultured Theileria species (sable) schizonts

... Login ... Immunization of roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) using in vitro cultured Theileria species (sable) schizonts. Benade, Justin ... sable) containing cell line was initiated from lymph node biopsy material of an infected roan antelope and the parasite was ... Theileria species (sable) causes significant mortalities in roan (Hippotragus equinus), and to a lesser extent, sable antelope ...
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Antelope - Nyala, Greater Kudu, Blue Wildebeest, Impala - Africa Wild TrailsAntelope - Nyala, Greater Kudu, Blue Wildebeest, Impala - Africa Wild Trails

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Antelope | Encyclopedia.comAntelope | Encyclopedia.com

The North American pronghorn [2] is sometimes called an antelope, but belongs to a separate, related family (Antilocapridae). ... antelope, name applied to a large number of hoofed, ruminant mammals of the cattle [1] family (Bovidae), which also includes ... Antelope Encyclopaedia Judaica COPYRIGHT 2007 Thomson Gale. ANTELOPE. ANTELOPE . In ancient times various species of antelope ... the addax is a related desert antelope. The sable antelope and the closely related roan antelope have enormous, backward-curved ...
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Antelope | mammal | Britannica.comAntelope | mammal | Britannica.com

Antelopes account for over two-thirds of the approximately 135 species of hollow-horned ruminants (cud chewers) in the family ... Antelope, any of numerous Old World grazing and browsing hoofed mammals belonging to the family Bovidae (order Artiodactyla). ... Tribe Hippotragini (horse antelopes, including roan antelopes, sable antelopes, oryxes, and addaxes). ... One antelope, the Indian blackbuck, bears the Latin name Antilope cervicapra; nevertheless, antelope is not a taxonomic name ...
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Saiga antelope - WikipediaSaiga antelope - Wikipedia

The saiga antelope (/ˈsaɪɡə/, Saiga tatarica) is a critically endangered antelope that originally inhabited a vast area of the ... "Saiga Antelope". programs.wcs.org. Retrieved 5 May 2016.. *^ "Chinese Cooling Drinks May Contain Endangered Saiga Antelope ... Considerable evidence shows the importance of the antelope to Andronovo culture settlements. Illustrations of saiga antelopes ... Mallon, David P.; Kingswood, Steven Charles (2001). Antelopes: Part 4 - North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia: Global Survey ...
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Living on Earth: Sudden Deaths For Endangered AntelopesLiving on Earth: Sudden Deaths For Endangered Antelopes

... bulbous-nosed antelopes, have roamed the Central Asian steppe since the days of the woolly mammoth, but theyre dying by the ... Its not like the Serengeti where you have hundreds of different antelope and its a very diverse system and if you lose one ... CURWOOD: Whoa, thats a fast antelope.. KOCK: This is partly a predator avoidance. You wouldve had large wolf packs, not so ... That includes the saiga, an antelope with a comical bulbous nose that once roamed by the millions across the vast grassland ...
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  • No antelope species is native to Australasia or Antarctica, nor do any extant species occur in the Americas, though the nominate saiga subspecies occurred in North America during the Pleistocene. (wikipedia.org)
  • Many species of antelopes have been imported to other parts of the world, especially the United States, for exotic game hunting. (wikipedia.org)
  • Texas in particular has many game ranches, as well as habitats and climates, that are very hospitable to African and Asian plains antelope species. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, many species are more secluded, such as the forest antelope, as well as the extreme cold-living saiga, the desert-adapted Arabian oryx, the rocky koppie-living klipspringer, and semiaquatic sitatunga. (wikipedia.org)
  • For example, a male common eland can measure 178 cm (70 in) at the shoulder and weigh almost 950 kg (2,090 lb), whereas an adult royal antelope may stand only 24 cm (9.4 in) at the shoulder and weigh a mere 1.5 kg (3.3 lb). (wikipedia.org)
  • Not surprisingly for animals with long, slender yet powerful legs, many antelopes have long strides and can run fast. (wikipedia.org)
  • In addition, the fossil genus Qurliqnoria , from the Miocene of China, is thought to be an early member of the Pantholopinae, which diverged from the goat-antelopes around this time. (wikipedia.org)
  • I executed 'ant -f installPlugin.xml' but there was an error: Task 'copy' in target 'installPlugin' failed, error message is: /home/bwalle/Antelope_2.75/lib not found. (sourceforge.net)
  • Now the Antelope buffer is displayed but after clicking to 'Options' I get an exception on the console: [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: build file is null [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at ise.antelope.common.OptionSettings. (sourceforge.net)
  • OptionSettings.java:28) [error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at ise.antelope.common.AntelopeOptions. (sourceforge.net)
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