Avihepadnavirus: A genus of HEPADNAVIRIDAE infecting birds but rarely causing clinical problems. Transmission is predominantly vertical. HEPATITIS B VIRUS, DUCK is the type species.Parakeets: Common name for one of five species of small PARROTS, containing long tails.Hepatitis B Virus, Duck: A DNA virus that closely resembles human hepatitis B virus. It has been recovered from naturally infected ducks.Hepadnaviridae: A family of hepatotropic DNA viruses which contains double-stranded DNA genomes and causes hepatitis in humans and animals. There are two genera: AVIHEPADNAVIRUS and ORTHOHEPADNAVIRUS. Hepadnaviruses include HEPATITIS B VIRUS, duck hepatitis B virus (HEPATITIS B VIRUS, DUCK), heron hepatitis B virus, ground squirrel hepatitis virus, and woodchuck hepatitis B virus (HEPATITIS B VIRUS, WOODCHUCK).DucksHepatitis B virus: The type species of the genus ORTHOHEPADNAVIRUS which causes human HEPATITIS B and is also apparently a causal agent in human HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA. The Dane particle is an intact hepatitis virion, named after its discoverer. Non-infectious spherical and tubular particles are also seen in the serum.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. 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The large flowers are symmetrical, bisexual, have 5 sepals, 5 petals (sometimes 10), and many stamens.Hepatitis B: INFLAMMATION of the LIVER in humans caused by a member of the ORTHOHEPADNAVIRUS genus, HEPATITIS B VIRUS. It is primarily transmitted by parenteral exposure, such as transfusion of contaminated blood or blood products, but can also be transmitted via sexual or intimate personal contact.Hepatitis B Surface Antigens: Those hepatitis B antigens found on the surface of the Dane particle and on the 20 nm spherical and tubular particles. Several subspecificities of the surface antigen are known. These were formerly called the Australia antigen.Hepatitis B, Chronic: INFLAMMATION of the LIVER in humans caused by HEPATITIS B VIRUS lasting six months or more. 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Identification and analysis of a new hepadnavirus in white storks. (1/18)

We identified, cloned, and functionally characterized a new avian hepadnavirus infecting storks (STHBV). STHBV has the largest DNA genome of all avian hepadnaviruses and, based on sequence and phylogenetic analysis, is most closely related to, but distinct from, heron hepatitis B virus (HHBV). Unique for STHBV among the other avian hepadnaviruses is a potential HNF1 binding site in the preS promoter. In common only with HHBV, STHBV has a myristylation signal on the S and not the preS protein, two C terminally located glycosylation sites on the precore/core proteins and lacks the phosphorylation site essential for the transcriptional transactivation activity of duck-HBV preS protein. The cloned STHBV genomes were competent in gene expression, replication, and viral particle secretion. STHBV infected primary duck hepatocytes very inefficiently suggesting a restricted host range, similar to other hepadnaviruses. This discovery of stork infections unravels novel evolutionary aspects of hepadnaviruses and provides new opportunities for hepadnavirus research.  (+info)

cis-Acting sequences 5E, M, and 3E interact to contribute to primer translocation and circularization during reverse transcription of avian hepadnavirus DNA. (2/18)

Hepadnaviral reverse transcription requires template switches for the genesis of relaxed circular (RC) DNA, the major genomic form in virions. Two template switches, primer translocation and circularization, are required during the synthesis of the second, or plus, strand of DNA. Studies of duck hepatitis B virus (DHBV) indicate that in addition to the requirement for repeated sequences at the donor and acceptor sites, template switching requires at least three other cis-acting sequences, 5E, M, and 3E. In this study we analyzed a series of variant heron hepatitis B viruses (HHBV) in which the regions of the genome that would be expected to contain 5E, M, and 3E were replaced with DHBV sequence. We found that all single and double chimeras were partially defective in the synthesis of RC DNA. In contrast, the triple chimera was able to synthesize RC DNA at a level comparable to that of unchanged HHBV. These results indicate that the three cis-acting sequences, 5E, M, and 3E, need to be compatible to contribute to RC DNA synthesis, suggesting that these sequences interact during plus-strand synthesis. Second, we found that the defect in RC DNA synthesis for several of the single and double chimeric viruses resulted from a partial defect in primer translocation/utilization and a partial defect in circularization. These findings indicate that the processes of primer translocation and circularization share a mechanism during which 5E, M, and 3E interact.  (+info)

Identification and characterization of a novel replicative intermediate of heron hepatitis B virus. (3/18)

We have identified and characterized a novel intracellular DNA replicative intermediate that is synthesized by heron hepatitis B virus (HHBV) and not by other avian hepadnaviruses. The new DNA form is synthesized in all host cells tested. The HHBV nucleic acid template, and not HHBV proteins, is responsible for the formation of the new form. The new form is comprised of a full-length minus-strand DNA and an incomplete plus-strand DNA whose 5' ends are mapped to DR2, predominantly. The 3' ends of its plus-strand are located between nucleotides 946 and 1046. Genetic analysis indicates that the sequences responsible for the formation of the new form lie between nucleotides 910 and 1364. The endogenous polymerase activity of capsids isolated from cells converted the new form into RC DNA. Intracellular capsids containing the new form are secreted inefficiently as virions, in comparison to RC- and DL DNA-containing capsids. Our analysis suggests that the new form is an incomplete RC DNA molecule that is due to a specific block or pause in the synthesis of plus-strand DNA. Our analysis also suggests that capsids become competent for efficient secretion sometime after the synthesis of 1500 nucleotides of plus-strand DNA.  (+info)

Avian and Mammalian hepadnaviruses have distinct transcription factor requirements for viral replication. (4/18)

Hepadnavirus replication occurs in hepatocytes in vivo and in hepatoma cell lines in cell culture. Hepatitis B virus (HBV) replication can occur in nonhepatoma cells when pregenomic RNA synthesis from viral DNA is activated by the expression of the nuclear hormone receptors hepatocyte nuclear factor 4 (HNF4) and the retinoid X receptor alpha (RXR alpha) plus peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha (PPAR alpha) heterodimer. Nuclear hormone receptor-dependent HBV replication is inhibited by hepatocyte nuclear factor 3 (HNF3). In contrast, HNF3 and HNF4 support duck hepatitis B virus (DHBV) replication in nonhepatoma cells, whereas the RXR alpha-PPAR alpha heterodimer inhibits HNF4-dependent DHBV replication. HNF3 and HNF4 synergistically activate DHBV pregenomic RNA synthesis and viral replication. The conditions that support HBV or DHBV replication in nonhepatoma cells are not able to support woodchuck hepatitis virus replication. These observations indicate that avian and mammalian hepadnaviruses have distinct transcription factor requirements for viral replication.  (+info)

Characterization of the cis-acting contributions to avian hepadnavirus RNA encapsidation. (5/18)

Previous analysis of duck hepatitis B virus (DHBV) indicated the presence of at least two cis-acting sequences required for efficient encapsidation of its pregenomic RNA (pgRNA), epsilon and region II. epsilon, an RNA stem-loop near the 5' end of the pgRNA, has been characterized in detail, while region II, located in the middle of the pgRNA, is not as well defined. Our initial aim was to identify the sequence important for the function of region II in DHBV. We scanned region II and the surrounding sequence by using a quantitative encapsidation assay. We found that the sequence between nucleotides (nt) 438 and 720 contributed to efficient pgRNA encapsidation, while the sequence between nt 538 and 610 made the largest contribution to encapsidation. Additionally, deletions between the two encapsidation sequences, epsilon and region II, had variable effects on encapsidation, while substitutions of heterologous sequence between epsilon and region II disrupted the ability of the pgRNA to be encapsidated efficiently. Overall, these data indicate that the intervening sequences between epsilon and region II play a role in encapsidation. We also analyzed heron hepatitis B virus (HHBV) for the presence of region II and found features similar to DHBV: a broad region necessary for efficient encapsidation that contained a critical region II sequence. Furthermore, we analyzed variants of DHBV that were substituted with HHBV sequence over region II and found that the chimeras were not fully functional for RNA encapsidation. These results indicate that sequences within region II may need to be compatible with other viral components in order to function in pgRNA encapsidation.  (+info)

Chimeras of duck and heron hepatitis B viruses provide evidence for functional interactions between viral components of pregenomic RNA encapsidation. (6/18)

Packaging of hepadnavirus pregenomic RNA (pgRNA) into capsids, or encapsidation, requires several viral components. The viral polymerase (P) and the capsid subunit (C) are necessary for pgRNA encapsidation. Previous studies of duck hepatitis B virus (DHBV) indicated that two cis-acting sequences on pgRNA are required for encapsidation: epsilon, which is near the 5' end of pgRNA, and region II, located near the middle of pgRNA. Later studies suggested that the intervening sequence between these two elements may also make a contribution. It has been demonstrated for DHBV that epsilon interacts with P to facilitate encapsidation, but it is not known how other cis-acting sequences contribute to encapsidation. We analyzed chimeras of DHBV and a related virus, heron hepatitis B virus (HHBV), to gain insight into the interactions between the various viral components during pgRNA encapsidation. We learned that having epsilon and P derived from the same virus was not sufficient for high levels of encapsidation, implying that other viral interactions contribute to encapsidation. Chimeric analysis showed that a large sequence containing region II may interact with P and/or C for efficient encapsidation. Further analysis demonstrated that possibly an RNA-RNA interaction between the intervening sequence and region II facilitates pgRNA encapsidation. Together, these results identify functional interactions among various viral components that contribute to pgRNA encapsidation.  (+info)

Identification and characterization of avihepadnaviruses isolated from exotic anseriformes maintained in captivity. (7/18)

Five new hepadnaviruses were cloned from exotic ducks and geese, including the Chiloe wigeon, mandarin duck, puna teal, Orinoco sheldgoose, and ashy-headed sheldgoose. Sequence comparisons revealed that all but the mandarin duck viruses were closely related to existing isolates of duck hepatitis B virus (DHBV), while mandarin duck virus clones were closely related to Ross goose hepatitis B virus. Nonetheless, the S protein, core protein, and functional domains of the Pol protein were highly conserved in all of the new isolates. The Chiloe wigeon and puna teal hepatitis B viruses, the two new isolates most closely related to DHBV, also lacked an AUG start codon at the beginning of their X open reading frame (ORF). But as previously reported for the heron, Ross goose, and stork hepatitis B viruses, an AUG codon was found near the beginning of the X ORF of the mandarin duck, Orinoco, and ashy-headed sheldgoose viruses. In all of the new isolates, the X ORF ended with a stop codon at the same position. All of the cloned viruses replicated when transfected into the LMH line of chicken hepatoma cells. Significant differences between the new isolates and between these and previously reported isolates were detected in the pre-S domain of the viral envelope protein, which is believed to determine viral host range. Despite this, all of the new isolates were infectious for primary cultures of Pekin duck hepatocytes, and infectivity in young Pekin ducks was demonstrated for all but the ashy-headed sheldgoose isolate.  (+info)

Evidence from nature: interspecies spread of heron hepatitis B viruses. (8/18)

Heron hepatitis B viruses (HHBVs) in three subspecies of free-living great blue herons (Ardea herodias) from Florida, USA, were identified and characterized. Eight of 13 samples were positive in all assays used, whereas sera from egrets, which are also members of the family Ardeidae, were negative in the same assays. Comparative phylogenetic analysis of viral DNA sequences from the preS/S region of previously reported and novel HHBV strains isolated from captive grey herons (Germany) and free-ranging great blue herons (USA), respectively, revealed a strong conservation (95 % sequence similarity) with two separate clusters, implying a common ancestor of all strains. Our data demonstrate for the first time that different subspecies of herons are infected by HHBV and that these infections exist in non-captive birds. Phylogenetic analysis and the fact that the different heron species are geographically isolated populations suggest that lateral transmission, virus adaptation and environmental factors all play a role in HHBV spreading and evolution.  (+info)

Avihepadnavirus is a genus of viruses, in the family Hepadnaviridae. Birds serve as natural hosts. There are currently only two species in this genus including the type species Duck hepatitis B virus. Diseases associated with this genus include: hepatitis, hepatocellular carcinomas (chronic infections), cirrhosis. Group: ssRNA-RT Order: Unassigned Family: Hepadnaviridae Genus: Avihepadnavirus Duck hepatitis B virus Heron hepatitis B virus Viruses in Avihepadnavirus are enveloped, with spherical geometries, and T=4 symmetry. The diameter is around 42 nm. Genomes are circular, around 3.2kb in length. The genome codes for 7 proteins. Viral replication is nucleo-cytoplasmic. Replication follows the dsDNA(RT) replication model. Dna templated transcription, specifically dsdna(rt) transcription, with some alternative splicing mechanism is the method of transcription. Translation takes place by ribosomal shunting. The virus exits the host cell by budding, and nuclear pore export. Birds serve as the ...
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Students and teachers from schools across the state played an important role in the field work leading up to the tagging of the five herons. The students and teachers set and checked minnow traps, identified and measured the baitfish caught, and placed the baitfish into a bait bin in order to get a great blue heron to regularly feed from it. They also used game cameras to "watch" the bait bins when they were not there themselves. After a heron was accustomed to feeding from the bait bin, MDIFW and researchers Dr. John Brzorad (Lenoir-Rhyne University) and Dr. Alan Maccarone (Friends University) set out an array of modified foothold traps near the bait bin to capture the heron so they could tag it with a GPS transmitter. The use of modified foothold traps has been perfected by Brzorad, and involves watching the set traps from a blind until a heron steps into one of the traps. Once trapped, it is then quickly retrieved by the researchers for processing. The bird is kept calm with a hood over its ...
1. The heron is silence by the frozen pool. The heron is patience. It is the wide-gaping beak, the crane bag spilling letters. The heron is water all together and at one time sky in sequence land: great downbeat of wings and neck outstretched. Too still to see, his shadow a hunter. The heron is a woman. The heron is a coat feathers wrapping skin side warm for the dance, the long dance, the circling dance around and back again: the heron is the long gyre north to south along the rivers path; This heron goes. That heron stays. 2. The heron is an old, old man standing on one leg and a king waiting wounded in the wasteland of the fens for the right question. 3. The Heron Men are silent men. They do not say all that they know but their cry is harsh and lonely. The bittern is their cousin, outcast and booming. When they gather the sky is dark wheeling wings, a gathering of pterodons blackening the air. They gather rarely. Their heronries are few. The Heron Men are secret-keepers wisdom-keepers and ...
The diet of the little blue heron primarily consists of fish, insects, shrimp, and amphibians. Little blue herons feed alone, usually along freshwater systems and on floating vegetation. The little blue heron nests in colonies, often with other species of long-legged waders. Nests of sticks are placed in trees and shrubs on islands, thickets near water, or emergent vegetation over water. Little blue herons will lay three to five blue-green eggs that hatch in 20 to 24 days. The young are able to leave the nest and fly (fledge) at 28 days of age.. ...
Numele HERON provine de la o divinitate. din mitologia traco-dacică, parte componentă. a celebrului cult religios al Cavalerilor. Danubieni. Heron este zeul acestor cavaleri,. un militar, un războinic, care avea ca principală. deviză "lupta împotriva răului". El coboară. din negura timpului, lu.nd chipul unui. erou păm.ntean geto-dac, probabil Burebista.. Devine Invictus (invincibil), Sanctus. (sf.nt), Aeternus (veşnic), Iohyras (plin de. forţă), metamofoz.ndu-se, odată cu răsp.ndirea. creştinismului .n Dacia, .n Sf.ntul Gheorghe,. militar care, datorită martiriului suferit,. a intrat .n r.ndul sfinţilor. Cavaler la daci,. Sf.nt Mare Mucenic .n Biserica Creştină, Heron. este personajul legendar ce .ntruchipează. simbioza naturală şi istorică a credinţelor. şi tradiţiilor vechi cu cele de astăzi. Războinic. Călare, patron al călăreţilor şi armatei, Heron. este Sf. Gheorghe, este legendarul Cavaler. Danubian care, .n goana calului, cu mantia. flutur.nd, loveşte cu ...
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This past fall, one of our wildlife rescue ambulances brought in a Great Blue Heron with a severe trauma to one of his wings. It was a worrisome case, not only because of the extent of the injury-the bone was exposed-but also because it was unclear whether the bird would be able to fly again.
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The yellow-crowned night heron typically has one brood per year. It will try and replace a brood completely lost if it is not too late into the breeding season, but not a partially lost brood. The female lays two to six eggs, depending on the conditions, especially the temperature. The eggs are oval and smooth, with a pale green-blue color. Both parents start guarding the nest as soon as the first egg is laid, and they both incubate the clutch in turn. 24-29 days later, the young hatch, vulnerable and entirely dependent on their parents. They look nothing like the adults with their white-grey short, soft feathers, their wide blue eye-ring and their yellow bill. During the first two weeks, both adults brood the young. After this period, they will only shelter the chicks from sun, rain or strong wind. Both parents feed the young, taking turns gathering food and guarding the nest. They regurgitate food in the center of the nest rather than feeding each chick individually. The young do not recognize ...
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DISCUSSION. Range expansion. Although Gianuca et al. (2008) presented evidence of a southward range expansion of the Little Blue Heron, the breeding of the species within the Patos Lagoon estuary had not been confirmed so far. Thus, this study confirms expansion of the breeding range of this heron 400 km south of the limit of Neotropical mangroves (Cintrón-Molero & Schaeffer-Novelli, 1992) and 850 km south of the nearest known breeding sites, located at the Santos-Cubatão mangroves (Olmos & Silva e Silva, 2002).. Temperature is one of the main limiting factors of the large-scale geographical distribution of birds, and low winter temperatures determine the distribution boundaries of several species at higher latitudes (Root, 1988a,b; Matthews et al., 2004). Increase in temperature due to climate changes is primarily responsible for recent geographic expansion of birds in Africa, Europe and North America (Thomas & Lennon, 1999; MacCarty, 2001; Crick, 2004; Parmesan, 2006). According to data from ...
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Great Blue Herons occur throughout New Hampshire, but the vast majority of known colonies are located south of the White Mountains.
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The dh & I went on a small road trip yesterday in search of the blue heron .They have been spotted on Price`s Church road in Waynesboro.After driving up & down the creek a few times,I finally spotted one,just one.I leap from the car & these geese acted as though they were going to attack me.I briefly imagined being flogged by a gangle of geese ...
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Researchers from ETH Zurich showed a robot capable of robotic body extension. By melting adhesives such as hot glue, the robot can additively fabricate and assemble tools, and integrate them into its own body. (L. Brodbeck, F. Iida: Enhanced Robotic Body Extension with Modular Units, IROS 2012). | Heron
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Any of various long-legged birds, of the order Ciconiiformes, such as cranes, herons, or storks, that wade in shallow water in search of food ...
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Define Cochlearius cochlearius. Cochlearius cochlearius synonyms, Cochlearius cochlearius pronunciation, Cochlearius cochlearius translation, English dictionary definition of Cochlearius cochlearius. Noun 1. Cochlearius cochlearius - tropical American heron related to night herons boatbill, boat-billed heron, broadbill heron - grey or white wading bird...
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Thank you, Martha. Im glad you find the blog useful. In psychiatric training, we are taught (for good reason), to have strict boundaries which is ultimately to protect the people receiving treatment. A sad byproduct of this can be that psychiatrists can seem detached and less than human at times. That might explain some of your experience. There are likely many (?) psychiatrists on a spiritual path who would be very reluctant to share that part of their lives. I share to the extent that I think it can be useful to another person, ie. a way of providing tools that Ive used and also I suppose to communicate that we all struggle with the human condition and not just them. There is a fine line. I dont, nor do I have a desire to share many aspects of my life that wouldnt fit in this useful test. Judy, (if you see this), Id be interested in your thoughts on this as well. Thanks again, Martha. ...
Ponds, lakes, rivers, and streams are great places to spot wildlife. In this Outdoor Report, Mike Gurnett shows us how to find a rookery, home to one of Montanas largest and most distinctive birds.
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The oven was open and we were invited in. The herons had forgotten their knives. Rainbows were out of the question. Inside it was red and black and red again. Abandon all hope, etc. The ghost of Nigel Farage sang patriotic songs to the broken weasels. I tried to ask what time it was but…
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The Blue Heron and Golden Eagle occupy their traditional places, in front of the library fireplace. The goatskin rug, referred to in "The Harvester, lies there also. The cabinet reveals some of the Porter collections. Charles collected historic relics and items from his travels. Genes taste ran to dishes, often delicately painted. A reproduction of the table resides today in the dining room. This is the same as the preceding photograph with a highlight cast applied ...
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Nefla, A., Tlili, W., Ouni, R. & Nouira, S. 2014. Breeding Biology of Squacco Herons (Ardeola ralloides) in Northern Tunisia. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126 (2): 393-401. doi:10.1676/13-130.1 Abstract: We studied the reproduction patterns of Squacco Herons, Ardeola ralloides, during 2009-2010. This study was carried out in two colonies located at Ichkeul National Park (37.184992 N,…
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Blue Heron Guide For Arthritis Treatment was created by Shelly Manning - a formal arthritis sufferer, who has spent time researching and testing to find out a healthy rheumatoid arthritis diet. It is one of the best natural remedies for arthritis pain …. ...
To be forced to prolong the life of a hopelessly ill, sometimes brain-dead patient is the most draining nursing situation, stresses Heron, an RN who recounts in dramatic detail her training and 10 yea
NILS STOLPE: The New England groundfish debacle (Part IV): Is cutting back harvest really the answer?. While its a fact thats hardly ever acknowledged, the assumption in fisheries management is that if the population of a stock of fish isnt at some arbitrary level, its because of too much fishing. Hence the term "overfished." Hence the mandated knee jerk reaction of the fisheries managers to not enough fish; cut back on fishing. What of other factors? They dont count. Its all about fishing, because fishing is all that the managers can control; its their Maslows Hammer. When it comes to the oceans it seems as if its about all that the industry connected mega-foundations that support the anti-fishing ENGOs with hundreds of millions of dollars a year in "donations" are interested in controlling. Read the article here. ...
Walter, T. Chad (2008). Hansenulus trebax. In: Walter, T.C. & Boxshall, G. (2017). World of Copepods database. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=352075 on 2017-11- ...
The Wet Pets are doing well and weve only lost one fish that we know of to the heron this year. I have a great covering of water lettuce as you can see in the lily photos and that offers great protection against herons. The lettuce also has done a wonderful job of clearing up the water too. I was having a big problem with algae and murk this spring and early summer. Everyone always says you need more plants to keep that from happening and they are right. Due to the cool temps of the early summer, it took forever for the lettuce to take off...but now its over due for me to thin it. It still blows my mind that 5 little lettuce plant will fill the Lake in the matter of a couple of months. Chunk is the big orange blob in the bottom photo and they like to nibble on the water lettuce but the fish never seem to make a dent in it. But, I learned they will chomp on water mint. The fish actually removed the mint from the pot it was in and started to really damage it. I had tucked some of it in behind ...
You cannot leave. You cannot drop the armor now. Why? Because you are needed, more than ever. You are mandatory to keep the energy flowing, the karmic vibrator buzzing, to keep the progressive and lucid half of the nation breathing and healthy and awake and ever reaching out to the half thats wallowing in fear and violence and homophobia and sexual dread, hoping to find harmony instead of cacophony, common ground instead of civil war, some sort of a shared love of a country so messy and internationally disrespected and openly confused its own president cant even speak the language. After all, you dont hand over all your children the first time the flying monkeys bang on your door... Its far from over. The tunnel is just a little darker -- and longer -- than we imagined ...
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Dear George, Do not despair (yet)! :-) I had similar problems with a Gigabyte U7000 -being able to tune all channals except Channel Seven (here in Adelaide). Now, its not that theres much on 7 that interests me but nevertheless... I needed to change the initial tuning details for Adelaide (au-Adelaide). In my case just the Channel 7 details were incorrect. Perhaps you need to find up-to-date information for au-Perth station tuning information and update /usr/share/doc/dvb-utils/examples/scan/dvb-t/au-Perth -Try google Just maybe youll need to re-compile drivers (although maybe not given its working for one channel). I had to on gutsy and heron. These instructions (http://waterwave.ch/weblog/detail.php?id=324130) worked fine for me. good luck bye ian George, Tom (RTIO) wrote: , , Hi, , , Hoping someone can shed some light on this! , , I have an Asus U3000 mini usb dvb-t tuner and Im struggling to get it , working properly. I have tested the card in windows xp with the same , antenna and it ...
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Scofield, R.P.; Worthy, T.H.; Tennyson, A.J.D. 2010: A heron (Aves: Ardeidae) from the Early Miocene St Bathans fauna of southern New Zealand. In: Boles, W.E.; Worthy, T.H. (eds) Proceedings of the VII International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution. Records of the Australian Museum, 62: 89-104. ISSN: 0067-1975 doi: 10.3853/j.0067-1975.62.2010.1542 ...
Extensive freshwater marshes are the favored haunts of this large, stout, solitary heron. It is seldom seen as it slips through the reeds, but its odd pumping or booming song, often heard at dusk or at night, carries for long distances across the marsh.
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bittern: Any of 12 species of solitary marsh birds of the subfamily Botaurinae, family Ardeidae (order Ciconiiformes), allied to the herons (subfamily Ardeinae) but with shorter neck and...
If You Go: From Santa Fe take US 84/285 north through Espanola to reach Abiquiu Lake and for El Vado and Heron Lakes, just continue on the highway up to Tierra Amarilla and follow the signs. For Navajo Lake continue on US 84 through Chama to US 64 at the turn off to Dulce. Follow to NM 527 and cross the dam to reach the marina. For Eagle Nest Lake take NM 68 out of Espanola and then turn east on US 64 at Taos and follow to the lake ...
They stand motionless in the river, statues of pure white, pillars of slate gray. Eyes fixed on the water. Watching. Waiting. These still-as-stone creatures are egrets and herons -- great egrets and great blue herons, to be exact. Many people have asked me about them this month, as the birds are convening conspicuously in the Fox River.
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Thanks for that David. I wasnt trying to stifle discussion, merely suggesting that this is an area where different outlooks may actually be responsible for our differing conclusions rather than simply evidence. Im not going to be dogmatic in saying that either is right or wrong, but we certainly view things differently. You could be right, perhaps I am misunderstanding. But I think I do understand, I just come to a different conclusion. I do realise that cladistics and phylogenetic nomenclature are different things. But I was (perhaps not very clearly) trying to make a somewhat different point, but I wont belabour that. As for what sort of scientist I am - well I think you were joking, so Ill leave that one - lol.. Any way on to more interesting stuff.. Sibley & Ahlquist united Cracidae and Megapodidae in an order Craciformes as sister group to Galliformes. Most more recent authorities have placed Cracidae and Megapodidae in Galliformes (dispensing with Craciformes) and treated the ...
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This volatility was caused by positive clinical updates for its late-stage experimental medicine Sustol, indicated for chemotherapy-induced nausea, and its mid-stage post-op pain medicine HTX-011. Herons next catalyst will be the upcoming FDA review of Sustol, which is slated to wrap up on Jan. 17, 2016. If its approved this time around -- and the strength of the drugs late-stage results suggests it could be -- analysts polled by S&P Capital IQ estimate the companys EPS could grow from a loss of $2.80 per share this year to (positive) $4.48 per share in 2019. Given that the drugs peak sales have been projected to be in the $400 million to $500 million range, that monstrous EPS growth estimate may be realistic. Even simpler than that, though, Sustol would only need to generate a few hundred million in sales to be a major driver for a company with a sub-billion dollar market cap. With Heron on the cusp of hopefully winning its first regulatory approval, and with its clinical pipeline sporting ...
Pierce the heart of the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve in Bardia witnessing several migratory species of birds like Ducks, Ibis, Storks, Egrets, Herons and even the endangered Swamp.....
This weekends edition of "things Ive never seen before" was a red-Tailed Hawk attacking a Black-Crowned Night Heron. I saw the heron fly into a tree near Hernshead on the west side of Central Park Lake. Some 15 seconds later, the hawk flew in and made what looked to me like a pretty serious pass at the heron, who dropped out of the tree and flew low across the lake making a sound I cannot find words to describe. The ducks on the lake were quite startled. The hawk moved north, but came back to fly around the lake a few minutes later ...
Heres some text from the designers:. --. Avifauna: Grey Heron, Tawny Owl and Blackbird - Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters. Avifauna will be part of next weeks auction Wish List - Li Edelkoort at Pierre Bergé & Associés, Brussels.. Avifauna is about bringing two common worlds we love together, nature and textile. Weve started to materialize the beauty, shape and language of form that we see in animals and whats better to start this search than to mold on the animal itself. The Dutch Grey Heron, Tawny owl and Blackbird were stuffed without their plumage and used as dummies to design on.. Right now were working on designing still animals out of paper. Were trying to find new shapes, techniques and textures from the motion of flying owls, fighting hares, walking storks and other animals.. The Grey Heron, Tawny Owl and Blackbird were first developed for Janice Blackburns Small Show Huge Talent earlier this year. None of the animals were killed for this project.. ...
173 Acres. The small Quarryville Brook flows through this wooded property. Years ago the site was active farm and pasture land. A small farm pond created long ago still proves to be a productive fishing hole. Little green heron and great blue heron fish here as well. The upland forests were planned for a housing development, and some land clearing and road grading had begun. Since being acquired by the Green Acres Program, the forests have reestablished. Young sugar maples, gray birch and red oaks have sprouted and offer brushy habitat ideal for yellow-throated warbler and red-eyed vireo. Old stone walls follow historic farm lanes lined with mature sugar maple trees. These make handy foot trails for visitors. Much of the site is part of an extensive red maple swamp. Public Access and Uses: ...
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In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: absences 4 absence and light Exhausted from driving and from lingering grief, I šnally reach the Klamath marshes, where my enthusiasms slacken. My emotional state leaves me comical and obvious, miserable in the steady rain. I am drained: apt to absorb, and apt to project. I imagine the moon in my humid mouth: a coolness , an acrid sting, while the rain mingles sand with silt, while islands the size of my body are easily built and ruined. The heron is poised, at my approach, to arduously lift his wings. But he hesitates, for reasons beyond me, to consider. Like me, I imagine, he loved his mothers body, but it was taken from him too soon. At šrst he cried, or at least he opened his bill in a pitiful expression, but of course he wasnt fed. Still, hes a heron, with instinct: he began to stab. At šrst he was inexact , but he slumped until his posture was right, until his life opened onto an alluvial plain. Now he walks so slowly ...
Butorides virescens Adult green herons are about the size of a crow (40 cm high) with a stocky build and legs that are relatively short. They fly with their long beaks and legs extended. Adult green herons have distinctive bluish-green and reddish-brown coloration with gray under parts and a dark bill. They forage along wooded shores from perches on snags or trees close above the water. They build stick nests in the upper dense tops of tall trees. They usually lay 2-4 eggs. Carnivores feeding on fish and invertebrates with some rodents, lizards, frogs, tadpoles, and snakes. ...
Physostigmas main expression on the physical level is seen in vision changes, palpitations, constipation and muscular numbness, weakness and paralysis, especially of the left arm. This weakness is common to the legume family as a whole. Lathyrus, Indigo, Baptisia and others all experience muscular weakness. The limitations of motility that are seen in this family of remedies are compelling because these plants survive by climbing. They need to move and wind their way to more light and greater space. These plants also have a need for support, as do the people who need these remedies. They long for someone to depend on yet feel so undeserving. They are hopeless of ever receiving help, often because they feel they have done some wrong. And because they feel undeserving they must overfunction or work harder to secure the support they need. In the plant we see this in their ability to provide their own fertilizer. In the patient we see this over functioning juxtaposed to their longing for a simple ...
When we put Spinosaurus in its proper environmental context which is completely underwater - not some bastardized giant heron nor an improbable jack of all trades switch-hitter of surf and turf - now a real functional use for the sail emerges. As I discussed in my last post the sail would not sit above water anyways as the display marker so many have championed, nor would it add any sort of propulsive power either. But what it would do, I suggest, is act as stabilizer - a dorsal keel - that helped prevent Spinosaurus from rolling when twisting and turning underwater. As much as I have championed the hippo as a useful model for Spinosaurus underwater movement, they differ in one fundamental aspect. Hippos do not have to move with much agility underwater because their primary food - grass - does not grow there nor would it swim away from them if it did. Spinosaurus as an underwater hunter of aquatic prey that did not want to get caught - needs relatively more agility underwater than a hippo. ...
In heron rehab residential you will attend groups, NA meetings, lectures, individual counseling, and watch recovery orientated videos. I would not mess with the females because getting into a relationship while in treatment does not work. I have done that to.. One needs to make plans for there reentry into society for instance make a list of the meetings you plan to attend find out where they are and what time they meet. I would also check into getting some addiction therapy this will help you to unload all your negativity. This should be a great start for anyone but it takes action if you are ready to stop using heroin take action today.. Now that you are home the first thing you need to do is get yourself to a narcotics anonymous meeting. Do not say oh I have been in treatment for two weeks I need a day off because this is where it all starts with neglecting your heroin addiction recovery. I can not tell you how many people do this but my guess is that very few of them stay clean and sober for ...
The iconic Seattle houseboat lifestyle is a great way to live. Lake Union is a vibrant lake with a surprising amount of wildlife including eagles, otters, beavers, blue heron, and more. Watch classic boats cruise by through your bedroom window. Hop in your Kayak and buzz over to gasworks park for a quick getaway. Have a first class seat for the Lake Union fireworks show. See the Christmas Ship Parade like never before. Sip wine on your deck and enjoy a beautiful Seattle evening. Life on the water is AMAZING!. ...
Great relief to reach the top. Then when this lady (me), who had no time at all for a trail run, made the BIG loop. That is across the neighborhoods, along Westridge to a final descent down Cholla. There was plenty of erosion from the rain, mostly on Westridge, which had crevices so wide, it reminded me of an earthquake fracture. Cholla took all that rain pretty well. Wood Canyon was in good shape, with sandbags placed here and there to divert the runoff. I passed the other Blue Heron, and also a woman sitting high up in a sycamore tree. Her legs were swinging back and forth, her husband (I think) at the base looking up while he rocked a baby in a stroller. (Did this really happen ...
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A de Havilland DH-114 Heron 1B passenger plane, registered F-OCED, was damaged beyond repair in a landing accident near Moroni Airport (HAH), Comoros. There were 15 passengers and one pilot on board. The airplane operated on a flight from Dar Es Salaam International Airport (DAR) to Moroni-Prince Said Ibrahim In Airport (HAH).
But several hours later there was a twist. I looked out at the island and the solo hen was nowhere on it, however a Muscovy had 20 ducklings following it on a swim around the north end of the tiny island. There was another hen swimming just a bit behind but pretty much with them. After a while they all pulled up to the north side of the tiny island, but then then one led 6 ducklings up and onto the island while the other hen took the remaining 14 for another half hour of swimming. The Muscovy with the 6 ducklings on the island had the docile nature of yesterdays hen as they wandered through the clover, with herons again watching. The hen with the 14 however has all the markings of the one from yesterday, so Im not sure which is which. The hen with the 14 was more aggressive with the ducklings in the water, often pecking at individuals. Yet I was surprised how far shed let them float away at times, sometimes 3 or more feet away on each side. At one point a heron made a couple of attempts at ...
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A population also exists in the Caño Negro wildlife refuge in northern Costa Rica near Los Chiles. To visit the refuge, in the town of Caño Negro there is a public dock where boatmen await visitors. With a bit of haggling the price should be about $50 for two hours, which is enough time for a trip around the refuge especially in the dry season when water levels are low. Large numbers of waterbirds including herons, anhinga, kingfishers, and even the huge Jabiru can be seen. The lake is also well-known for tarpon fishing ...
On the Great Broad the ducks were mostly Tufted Ducks, with around 25 Pochard and a scattering of Teal in the conservation area. Four Little Grebes were bobbing around in the favoured area in the north-east of the broad, and a couple of Great-crested Grebes were also present, along with a half-submerged Grey Heron. On my way back I walked along the Little Broad and heard a Treecreeper calling nearby. I noticed it on a tree a couple of feet away, and got excellent views as it systematically crept up the nearby trees, never getting more than half way up before flying down to the bottom of the next one ...
From: Oz ,[email protected]> Newsgroups: sci.agriculture,sci.environment Subject: Re: Are Nitrates a danger? Was: N are good for you Date: Mon, 14 Apr 1997 16:30:12 +0100 In article ,[email protected]>, Byron Bodo ,[email protected]> writes >In article ,[email protected]>, [email protected] >says... >> >>>from an unrepetant polluter. >> >>Incidentally I checked out the quality of the stream that flows round >>the border of my farm with the Environment Agency. It is "water of good >>quality suitable for all fish species", this hardly surprised me since >>we have herons, kingfishers and snipe on our farm ditches. I am sorry to >>disappoint you here. Oh, and yes, we do use quite a bit of N and P but >>we avoid putting them into watercourses. We also have cowslips growing >>on our ditchsides because we avoid spraying our ditches too. So it would >>seem to be possible to have the advantages of modern agriculture without >>too adversely affecting wild areas ...
What have you contributed to the world of sculpture? I hope the bird-anatomy and sculpture workshops Ive taught for more than 25 years have been helpful and inspirational to those who have participated. One of the most profound realizations of my life is that there are people I have never met who live with my art, and, therefore, I share with them a personal, if not intimate, relationship.. Of what accomplishments are you most proud? Im proud that 25 years ago I took the advice of Richard Schmid and made teaching a personal discipline. My work has benefited from it. And Im proud that I finally learned to use a computer. Although I love books and have acquired an extensive library over the years, it has been a real eye-opener to Google "great blue heron," for instance, and get 1,350,000 results.. If your studio was on fire, what one thing would you save? An assembled skeleton of a pigeon in a plastic case. Years ago I acquired the specimen from Maxilla & Mandible, a unique shop on the Upper ...
Mr Watsons next lot was the yellow ticket winner Tweeddale Lothario, a 17-month-old 11,000gns Woodpark Elgin son, who was purchased by RA Davies, St Asaph, Denbighshire, for 6,500gns.. Caylers Charolais who sold five in total to average £7,455, matched the 6,500gns selling price, this time with Caylers Lysander who had been tapped out first in his class at pre-sale show 24 hours earlier. The December-2015 born Lysander sired by the 10,000gns Thrunton Goldeneye, found a new home in Westray, Orkney with T and M Seatter.. Female Section. There was a strong and steady demand for females with the section peaking at 7,000gns. Seven cows and calves averaged £3,570 and the nine heifers sold cashed in to an average £3,190. John and Sandra Middletons reserve supreme and female champion Hollywell Latin lead the female section. Latin who heads back to Ireland with H and H Heron of Newtonards, County Down, is 20-month-old daughter of Thrunton Fairfax and Balmoral Show reserve junior champion Hollywell ...
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Its not just Murrays departure, though: last season McLemore, Spencer, and Okeke sported defensive rebound percentages of 19.7, 22.3, and 19.4, respectively. This season? 17.8, 19.3, and 15.0. Heron stood at 15.3 percent; Doughtys at 10.7. With Wileys 26.5 percent mark on the shelf, theres no role in the frontcourt where Auburns rebounding nearly as well as last season.. Its fair to assume some of that is schematic, and that as long as they continue to move themselves out of position to hunt the turnovers and blocks that fuel their offense Auburn wont be a good defensive rebounding team under any circumstances. But they dont have to be good to win games; they just have to not give up 22 [expletive deleted] offensive rebounds on 44 [expletive deleted] shots.. Okeke was relatively blameless Saturday, but McLemore and Doughty combined to grab 3 defensive rebounds in 54 combined minutes, with Malik Dunbar rewarding Bruce for his SEC-season-high 22 minutes by grabbing a grand total of one - ...
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Chiropractic Neurology is brain-based chiropractic, combining the best of neurological science and traditional chiropractic. As chiropractic adjustments of the spine affect the function of the nervous system.. The brain is in constant change as a consequence of our life experience, our physical activity, and our environment. Many of us develop one part of our brain more than other parts; hence the categorization of "right-brained" and "left-brained" people. When lesser developed parts of the brain slow the processing of neurological signals, brain asymmetry can develop and decrease our potential, leading to dysfunction and sometimes disease. Chiropractic functional neurology can facilitate neurological healing through healing the relationship of the bodys structure to the brain and nervous system.. Dr. Bidabadi has completed 300 hours post-doctoral specialization in chiropractic functional neurology and is board eligible for a degree in Chiropractic Functional Neurology that is internationally ...
Great Horned Owls are said to have a wider range of nest sites than any other bird in the Americas. Most commonly they use tree nests of other species, particularly Red-tailed Hawks as well as other hawks, crows, ravens, herons (Great Blue Heron nest pictured), and squirrels. These month-old young owls have grown rapidly, from…
The remarkable range expansion of the Cattle Egret represents one of the great avian success stories. Unknown in North America prior to 1952, it is now abundant over much of the continent. It spread from Africa to northeastern South America in the 1870s and 1880s; more recently it has colonized Australasian region. Unlike other herons and egrets, this species typically feeds in dry fields, often following cattle (or other animals) and waiting for them to flush insects into view.
Seen recently along the C&O Canal and Potomac River in Montgomery County. Im still posting pictures instead of writing... Green heron (Butorides virescens). Picture taken with 24-70mm lens. I bought a 70-200mm lens a week later. But no matter how long a lens you get, its never enough. Look at all the algae on…
379. And again, bhikkhus, as if the bhikkhu is seeing a body, one day dead, or two days dead, or three days dead, swollen, turning black and blue, and festering, abandoned in the charnel-ground, he applies this perception to his own body thus: "Indeed, this body of mine, too, is of the same nature; it will become like that; it cannot escape such a fate.". Thus he keeps his mind steadfastly on the aggregate of physical phenomena which is his body... Bhikkhus, it is also in this way that the bhikkhu keeps his mind steadfastly on the body.. And again, bhikkhus, as if the bhikkhu is seeing a body abandoned in the charnel-ground, being devoured by crows, being devoured by hawks, being devoured by vultures, being devoured by herons, being devoured by dogs, being devoured by tigers, being devoured by leopards, being devoured by jackals, or being devoured by various kinds of worms, he applies this perception to his own body thus: "Indeed, this body of mine, too, is of the same nature; it will become ...
FINICUMS REFUGE Snowy plover, greater sage grouse, short-eared owl and bobolink, white-faced ibis, heron, killdeer, sandhill crane and Siskin finch. The birds all pass through Malheur, even the cuckoo and the loon. And like all migratory species, theyll be leaving pretty soon.
March 19, 2020 , 8 minute read Grand Bay, Alabama - Head west on U.S. 90 from this old Gulf Coast farming town, turn left onto Pecan Road and then follow Bayou Heron Road through the Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge to one of Alabamas best spots to go duck hunting. In Mississippi. Because you cant easily reach one of the finest redhead-hunting sites in Alabama without first crossing the border into the Magnolia State. But that doesnt keep dozens of Alabama duck hunters from hauling their Jon boats to the 10,200-acre, bi-state refuge each morning before the sun crests Grand Bay. Learn more.... ...
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Some of the best bird photography locations can be found just minutes from your home. That is if you live in Florida. While visiting the town of Spring Hill, Florida I was able to locate several great sites for my passion of nature photography. In a short 15 mile drive you can view and photograph Great Egret, Osprey, Brown Pelican, Great Blue Heron, Snowy Egret, Blue Heron, Black Skimmer, Red Shouldered Hawk, an occasional Bald Eagle, and scores of shore birds from gulls to plovers ...
Avihepadnavirus. Icosahedral. T=4. Non-enveloped. Circular. Monopartite Orthohepadnavirus. Icosahedral. T=4. Non-enveloped. ... Avihepadnavirus. Birds. Hepatocytes. Cell receptor endocytosis. Budding. Nucleus. Cytoplasm. Vertical: parental; sex; blood ...
Genus Avihepadnavirus. *Genus Orthohepadnavirus. RNA-Viren[Bearbeiten , Quelltext bearbeiten]. Viren mit RNA-Genom lassen sich ...
Avihepadnaviruses have been detected in various duck species. As the same with the orthohepadnaviruses, avihepadnaviruses have ... But for the avihepadnaviruses they normally extend plus-strands almost all the way to the modified 5' end. The minus-strand is ... Many cases about avihepadnaviruses transmission between or within species have been studied. DHBV: infects only certain duck ... There is no evidence for transmission of avian hepadnavirus between avian and human, but recombination of avihepadnavirus ...
The Avihepadnavirus lack a X protein but a vestigial X reading frame is present in the genome of duck hepadnavirus. The X ... The genus is classified as part of the Hepadnaviridae family, which contains two other genera, the Avihepadnavirus and a second ... The divergence of orthohepadnavirus and avihepadnavirus occurred ~125,000 years ago (95% interval 78,297-313,500). Both the ... Avihepadnavirus and Orthohepadna viruses began to diversify about 25,000 years ago. The branching at this time lead to the ...
Although Protein X is normally absent in the Avihepadnavirus, a vestigial version has been identified in the duck hepatitis ...
... is a genus of viruses, in the family Hepadnaviridae. Birds serve as natural hosts. There are currently only two ... Group: ssRNA-RT Order: Unassigned Family: Hepadnaviridae Genus: Avihepadnavirus Duck hepatitis B virus Heron hepatitis B virus ... Guo, Haitao; Mason, William (2005). "Identification and Characterization of Avihepadnaviruses Isolated from Exotic Anseriformes ... Viruses in Avihepadnavirus are enveloped, with spherical geometries, and T=4 symmetry. The diameter is around 42 nm. Genomes ...
Avihepadnavirus Duck hepatitis B virus Heron hepatitis B virus Genus: Orthohepadnavirus Bat hepatitis virus Ground squirrel ...
... avihepadnavirus MeSH B04.280.375.100.450 --- hepatitis b virus, duck MeSH B04.280.375.650 --- orthohepadnavirus MeSH B04.280. ... avihepadnavirus MeSH B04.450.390.100.450 --- hepatitis b virus, duck MeSH B04.450.390.650 --- orthohepadnavirus MeSH B04.450. ... avihepadnavirus MeSH B04.909.204.340.100.450 --- hepatitis b virus, duck MeSH B04.909.204.340.650 --- orthohepadnavirus MeSH ...
... , abbreviated DHBV, is part of the Avihepadnavirus genus of the Hepadnaviridae, and is the causal agent ...
Asfivirus Atadenovirus Aureusvirus Aurivirus Avastrovirus Avenavirus Aveparvovirus Aviadenovirus Avibirnavirus Avihepadnavirus ...
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Avihepadnavirus is a genus of viruses, in the family Hepadnaviridae. Birds serve as natural hosts. There are currently only two ... Group: ssRNA-RT Order: Unassigned Family: Hepadnaviridae Genus: Avihepadnavirus Duck hepatitis B virus Heron hepatitis B virus ... Guo, Haitao; Mason, William (2005). "Identification and Characterization of Avihepadnaviruses Isolated from Exotic Anseriformes ... Viruses in Avihepadnavirus are enveloped, with spherical geometries, and T=4 symmetry. The diameter is around 42 nm. Genomes ...
Avihepadnavirus. Icosahedral. T=4. Non-enveloped. Circular. Monopartite Orthohepadnavirus. Icosahedral. T=4. Non-enveloped. ... Avihepadnavirus. Birds. Hepatocytes. Cell receptor endocytosis. Budding. Nucleus. Cytoplasm. Vertical: parental; sex; blood ...
Genus Avihepadnavirus. *Genus Orthohepadnavirus. RNA-Viren[Bearbeiten , Quelltext bearbeiten]. Viren mit RNA-Genom lassen sich ...
Avihepadnavirus. Family. Metaviridae. Genus. Metavirus. Genus. Errantivirus. Genus. Semotivirus. Family. Pseudoviridae. Genus. ...
Avihepadnavirus. duck hepatitis B virus. Vertebrates. Back to Top. Subviral Agents: Satellites, Viroids,. Agents of Spongiform ...
The genus Avihepadnavirus contains 2 avian species: duck hepatitis B virus and heron hepatitis B virus (1). Hepadnaviruses ... The family Hepadnaviridae comprises 2 genera (Orthohepadnavirus and Avihepadnavirus), and viruses classified within these ... identical to members of the Orthohepadnavirus and Avihepadnavirus genera, respectively. Similar low identities were also ...
Virus; Hepadnaviridae (Family); Orthohepadnavirus, Avihepadnavirus; Hepatitis B virus Description and Significance. Also known ...
Virus; Hepadnaviridae (Family); Orthohepadnavirus, Avihepadnavirus; Hepatitis B virus Description and Significance. Also known ...
Orthohepadnavirus and Avihepadnavirus are two well-characterised hepadnavirus genera [93, 94]. ...
There are two genera: AVIHEPADNAVIRUS and ORTHOHEPADNAVIRUS. Hepadnaviruses include HEPATITIS B VIRUS, duck hepatitis B virus ( ...
see avihepadnavirus.. avian incubation periods. quail hatch in 16-18 days, chickens in 21, ducks in 28 days (Muscovies are an ...
There are two genera: AVIHEPADNAVIRUS and ORTHOHEPADNAVIRUS. Hepadnaviruses include HEPATITIS B VIRUS, duck hepatitis B virus ( ...
Genus Avihepadnavirus; type species: Duck hepatitis B virus. Hepadnaviruses have very small genomes of partially double- ... AvihepadnavirusTemplate:Taxobox endHepadnaviruses are a family of viruses which can cause liver infections in humans and ...
Avihepadnaviruses have been detected in various duck species. As the same with the orthohepadnaviruses, avihepadnaviruses have ... But for the avihepadnaviruses they normally extend plus-strands almost all the way to the modified 5 end. The minus-strand is ... Many cases about avihepadnaviruses transmission between or within species have been studied. DHBV: infects only certain duck ... There is no evidence for transmission of avian hepadnavirus between avian and human, but recombination of avihepadnavirus ...
... the group VII genus Avihepadnavirus (3.92 × 10−3; 95% HPD = 1.04 × 10−3, 1.47 × 10−2), the group IV genus Tobamovirus (5.57 × ... and 3 for the group VII RT-DNA virus genus Avihepadnavirus. The Simplexvirus and Varicellovirus genera were combined as one ... and the group VII RT-DNA virus genus Avihepadnavirus. These genera were chosen because the timescales of their rate measurement ... group VII genus Avihepadnavirus. (B) Complete pairwise comparisons of the intercepts of the rate decay curves (representing ...
Avihepadnavirus Diversity in Parrots is Comparable to that Found Amongst all Other Avian Species. Virology: 438, 98-105, 2013. ...
Avihepadnavirus diversity in parrots is comparable to that found amongst all other avian species. Virology 438:98-105. ... Molecular characterisation of an avihepadnavirus isolated from Psittacula krameri (ring-necked parrot). Arch Virol 157:585-90. ...
Avihepadnaviruses. HCC was also known to occur in Peking ducks in China. Chinese researchers found virus-like particles in duck ... Neither ortho- nor avi-hepadnaviruses have economic importance as animal pathogens. The animal viruses were, however essential ... The duck HCC in China is caused by chemical carcinogens). Avihepadnaviruses apparently have existed for ,82 million years in ... The phylogenetic relationships suggested that the genera orthohepadnavirus of mammalians and avihepadnavirus of birds could be ...
Genus Avihepadnavirus (organism) {417623009 , SNOMED-CT } Parent/Child (Relationship Type) Duck hepatitis B virus (organism) { ...
Given that Sendai virus mRNA (Latorre et al., 1998), avian orthoreovirus mRNA (Racine and Duncan, 2010), and avihepadnavirus ...
... and avihepadnaviruses isolated from birds (e.g., duck hepatitis B virus [DHBV]). They carry in their envelopes two (DHBV) or ...
Genus Avihepadnavirus (organism) {417623009 , SNOMED-CT } Other Relationships No other relationships present. ...
Avihepadnavirus diversity in parrots is comparable to that found amongst all other avian species  Piasecki, Tomasz; Harkins, ... Avihepadna viruses have previously been isolated from various species of duck ,goose, stork, heron and crane. Recently the ... first parrot avihepadna virus was isolated from a Ring-necked Parakeet in Poland. In this study, ... ...
avihepadnaviruses plural of avihepadnavirus. → Definition and anagrams of avihepadnaviruses. → Other senses and detailed ...
2012;). Molecular characterisation of an avihepadnavirus isolated from Psittacula krameri (ring-necked parrot). . Arch Virol ...
  • Resumen Objetivo: Describir las expansiones temporal y geográfica de la circulación del virus Zika en países y territorios, desde su aislamiento hasta 2018. (bvsalud.org)
  • Resultados: Desde su aislamiento en 1947 la circulación del virus Zika se expandió por África, Asia y el Pacífico hasta llegar a América en 2013, causando manifestaciones clínicas graves. (bvsalud.org)
  • Conclusión: La expansión de la circulación del virus Zika en las Américas fue la más amplia ya registrada, posiblemente como resultado de características poblacionales y geográficas de los lugares por donde el virus circuló. (bvsalud.org)