Bison: A genus of the family Bovidae having two species: B. bison and B. bonasus. This concept is differentiated from BUFFALOES, which refers to Bubalus arnee and Syncerus caffer.ArtiodactylaMycoplasma bovis: A species of gram-negative bacteria causing MASTITIS; ARTHRITIS; and RESPIRATORY TRACT DISEASES in CATTLE.Malignant Catarrh: A herpesvirus infection of cattle characterized by catarrhal inflammation of the upper respiratory and alimentary epithelia, keratoconjunctivitis, encephalitis and lymph node enlargement. Syn: bovine epitheliosis, snotsiekte.Northwest Territories: A federally administered division of Canada. Its capital is Yellowknife. The former northern and eastern-most parts of the Territory comprise the new territory of Nunavut, effective April 1, 1999.Animals, ZooNorth AmericaTripterygium: A plant genus of the family CELASTRACEAE that is a source of triterpenoids and diterpene epoxides such as triptolide.WyomingLibrary Services: Services offered to the library user. They include reference and circulation.Ontario: A province of Canada lying between the provinces of Manitoba and Quebec. Its capital is Toronto. It takes its name from Lake Ontario which is said to represent the Iroquois oniatariio, beautiful lake. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p892 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p391)Hot Springs: Habitat of hot water naturally heated by underlying geologic processes. Surface hot springs have been used for BALNEOLOGY. Underwater hot springs are called HYDROTHERMAL VENTS.Internet: A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.Cryptosporidium parvum: A species of parasitic protozoa that infects humans and most domestic mammals. Its oocysts measure five microns in diameter. These organisms exhibit alternating cycles of sexual and asexual reproduction.Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: A self-governing state of the Windward Islands in the West Indies, comprising Saint Vincent and the northern islets of the Grenadines. Its capital is Kingstown. It is one of the original homes of the Carib Indians supposed to have been sighted by Columbus in 1498. It was in English hands from 1627 till held by the French 1779-83. Saint Vincent subsequently became a British possession and, with other nearby British territories, was administered by the Governor of the Windward Islands till 1959. It attained a measure of independence in 1969 but achieved full independence as Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in 1979. Saint Vincent was the 4th century Spanish martyr on whose feast day Columbus discovered the island. Grenadines is derived from the Spanish kingdom of Granada. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p1054 & The Europa World Year Book 1993, p2441)ParisCryptosporidium: A genus of coccidian parasites of the family CRYPTOSPORIDIIDAE, found in the intestinal epithelium of many vertebrates including humans.Cryptosporidiosis: Intestinal infection with organisms of the genus CRYPTOSPORIDIUM. It occurs in both animals and humans. Symptoms include severe DIARRHEA.Oocysts: Zygote-containing cysts of sporozoan protozoa. Further development in an oocyst produces small individual infective organisms called SPOROZOITES. Then, depending on the genus, the entire oocyst is called a sporocyst or the oocyst contains multiple sporocysts encapsulating the sporozoites.IndianaFirefighters: Professional or volunteer members of a fire department who are trained to suppress fire and respond to related emergency.Cattle: Domesticated bovine animals of the genus Bos, usually kept on a farm or ranch and used for the production of meat or dairy products or for heavy labor.Licensure, Pharmacy: The granting of a license to practice pharmacy.Cattle Diseases: Diseases of domestic cattle of the genus Bos. It includes diseases of cows, yaks, and zebus.Vesicular stomatitis Indiana virus: The type species of VESICULOVIRUS causing a disease symptomatically similar to FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE in cattle, horses, and pigs. It may be transmitted to other species including humans, where it causes influenza-like symptoms.Poaceae: A large family of narrow-leaved herbaceous grasses of the order Cyperales, subclass Commelinidae, class Liliopsida (monocotyledons). Food grains (EDIBLE GRAIN) come from members of this family. RHINITIS, ALLERGIC, SEASONAL can be induced by POLLEN of many of the grasses.Meat: The edible portions of any animal used for food including domestic mammals (the major ones being cattle, swine, and sheep) along with poultry, fish, shellfish, and game.Parenteral Nutrition: The administering of nutrients for assimilation and utilization by a patient who cannot maintain adequate nutrition by enteral feeding alone. 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Data from these surveys are used in preparing NUTRITION ASSESSMENTS.Egypt: A country in northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip, and the Red Sea north of Sudan, and includes the Asian Sinai Peninsula Its capital is Cairo.H-Reflex: A monosynaptic reflex elicited by stimulating a nerve, particularly the tibial nerve, with an electric shock.Bone and Bones: A specialized CONNECTIVE TISSUE that is the main constituent of the SKELETON. The principle cellular component of bone is comprised of OSTEOBLASTS; OSTEOCYTES; and OSTEOCLASTS, while FIBRILLAR COLLAGENS and hydroxyapatite crystals form the BONE MATRIX.Radioisotopes: Isotopes that exhibit radioactivity and undergo radioactive decay. 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It includes the practice of spiritual healing.Sulfolobales: An order of CRENARCHAEOTA consisting of aerobic or facultatively aerobic, chemolithotrophic cocci which are extreme thermoacidophiles. They lack peptidoglycan in their cell walls.Wolves: Any of several large carnivorous mammals of the family CANIDAE that usually hunt in packs.Archaeal Viruses: Viruses whose hosts are in the domain ARCHAEA.Football: A competitive team sport played on a rectangular field. This is the American or Canadian version of the game and also includes the form known as rugby. It does not include non-North American football (= SOCCER).Eagles: Large members of the FALCONIFORMES order of birds, family Accipitridae, most especially the genera Aquila, Haliaeetus, Harpia, and Circaetus. They are characterized by their powerful talons, which carry long, curved, pointed claws and by their opposable hindtoe.Soccer: A game in which a round inflated ball is advanced by kicking or propelling with any part of the body except the hands or arms. The object of the game is to place the ball in opposite goals.Aspartate Aminotransferase, Mitochondrial: An aspartate aminotransferase found in MITOCHONDRIA.Video Games: A form of interactive entertainment in which the player controls electronically generated images that appear on a video display screen. This includes video games played in the home on special machines or home computers, and those played in arcades.Athletic Injuries: Injuries incurred during participation in competitive or non-competitive sports.

Diagnosis of malignant catarrhal fever by PCR using formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues. (1/123)

A previously described polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay (amplification of a 238-bp fragment of ovine herpesvirus 2 [OHV-2] genomic DNA) for diagnosis of sheep-associated malignant catarrhal fever (MCF) was adapted for use on formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues. Variables affecting its use were examined. Archived tissues from cattle, white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), and bison (Bison bison) diagnosed with MCF by clinical signs or histologic lesions were obtained from 2 veterinary diagnostic laboratories. Tissues from healthy animals and from animals diagnosed with other common bovine viral diseases were examined as controls. A total of 86 blocks from 37 suspect MCF cases were examined. Forty-one blocks from healthy animals and animals with unrelated viral diseases were examined as controls. The assay was specific for sheep-associated MCF and did not yield false-positive signals from healthy animals or from cases of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, bovine virus diarrhea, mucosal disease, or parainfluenza-3 virus infection. A wide variety of tissues were suitable substrates, including spleen, lymph node, intestine, brain, lung, and kidney. Extracted DNA provided a more suitable target than did unextracted tissue lysate. The highest levels of viral DNA were present in lymphoid organs and intestine, but the data indicate that in acute clinical cases, most organs contain sufficient viral DNA to serve as a suitable diagnostic specimen. Fixation of 0.5-cm3 blocks of tissue in 10% neutral buffered formalin was deleterious to the target DNA, and PCR signals progressively diminished after fixation for >45 days. Detection of genomic DNA of OHV-2 by PCR was successful for archived tissues that were 15 years old.  (+info)

Demodicosis in an American bison. (2/123)

An 18-month-old, male American bison (Bison bison) was presented with 7- to 9-mm size nodules periorbital, perineal, and on the ventral surface of the tail. Demodex spp. were identified from the exudate by microscopic examination. Examination 6 mo later revealed that the infestation had nearly cleared without treatment.  (+info)

Pasteurellaceae isolated from tonsillar samples of commercially-reared American bison (Bison bison). (3/123)

As commercial producers of American bison (Bison bison) become more numerous, concerns relative to bison health management increase. Since loss due to respiratory disease associated with Pasteurella and related Pasteurellaceae is a major concern for cattle producers, a study was conducted to determine what types of Pasteurellaceae are carried by bison to evaluate the potential of pneumonic pasteurellosis in bison herds where management practices are comparable to those used for cattle. Tonsillar biopsies, collected in May (n = 29) and August (n = 25) 1997 from 24- to 30-month-old bison bulls, at the time of slaughter were cultured for Pasteurellaceae. Pasteurella spp. were isolated from all the samples collected in May. These included isolates identified as P. haemolytica, trehalosi, testudinis, and multocida subsp. multocida a and multocida b. Actinobacillus spp. and Haemophilus somnus were also isolated from some samples. Pasteurella spp., haemolytica, trehalosi, and multocida subsp. multocida a, multocida b and septica, plus 2 nonspeciated indole-positive biotypes, U2 and U16, were isolated from the second group of tonsil samples. Most of these organisms, including P. haemolytica, P. multocida subsp., and H. somnus are associated with disease in domestic livestock and should be regarded as potential pathogens for bison, particularly in animals which become stressed by management practices commonly used with cattle such as herding, crowding, and shipping.  (+info)

Characterization of putative Haemophilus somnus isolates from tonsils of American bison (Bison bison). (4/123)

Three Haemophilus somnus isolates (2a, 3a, and 27b) and one H. somnus-like (13b) isolate from tonsils of commercially reared American bison were compared with 2 known H. somnus isolates from cattle, namely, 2336, shown to cause respiratory disease, and 129Pt, from the prepuce of an asymptomatic bull. All H. somnus isolates, but not the H. somnus-like isolate, required CO2 for growth. Biochemical utilization profiles were identical for bison and bovine H. somnus isolates with the exception of alpha-fucosidase production by isolate 3a. Isolate 27a varied from 2a, 2336 and 129Pt by hemolysis of bovine erythrocytes. Isolate 13b hemolyzed sheep but not bovine or bison erythrocytes and varied from other isolates in biochemical utilization tests. Outer membrane protein profiles of 2a, 3a and 27a were almost identical with those of bovine isolate 2336 and similar to that of 129Pt, but quite different from that of 13b. Western blots of bison isolates were similar to that of the virulent bovine 2336 isolate, including detection of high molecular mass antigens above 100 kDa and the 76 kDa antigens associated with bovine IgG2 Fc binding characteristic of virulent strains, as well as antigens of approximately 78, 60 and 40 kDa. Producers and veterinarians should be aware that H. somnus may be carried by bison and may have potential for causing diseases in bison similar to those described in cattle and sheep.  (+info)

Genetic diversity of pestiviruses: identification of novel groups and implications for classification. (5/123)

The complete Npro coding sequences were determined for 16 pestiviruses isolated from cattle, pig, and several wild ruminant species including reindeer, bison, deer, and bongo. Phylogenetic analysis enabled the segregation of pestiviruses into the established species bovine viral diarrhea virus-1 (BVDV-1), BVDV-2, border disease virus (BDV), and classical swine fever virus (CSFV). For BVDV-1 five distinct subgroups were identified, while BVDV-2, BDV, and CSFV were each subdivided into two subgroups. The virus isolates from bongo and deer as well as one porcine virus isolate belong to BVDV-1. Interestingly, the isolates from reindeer and bison are distinct from the established pestivirus species. The Npro sequences from these two viruses are more similar to BDV than to the other pestivirus species. Calculation of the pairwise evolutionary distances allowed a clear separation of the categories species, subgroup, and isolate only when the reindeer/bison viruses were considered as members of an additional pestivirus species. Furthermore, the entire E2 coding sequences of a representative set of virus isolates covering all recognized species and subgroups were studied. Segregation of pestiviruses based on the E2 region was identical with that obtained with the N(pro) sequences.  (+info)

Anesthesia of wood bison with medetomidine-zolazepam/tiletamine and xylazine-zolazepam/tiletamine combinations. (6/123)

This study was designed to evaluate 2 combinations for immobilization of bison. Seven wood bison received 1.5 mg/kg body weight (BW) of xylazine HCl + 1.5 mg/kg BW of zolazepam HCl and 1.5 mg/kg BW of tiletamine HCl on one occasion. The bison received 60 micrograms/kg BW of medetomidine HCl + 0.6 mg/kg BW of zolazepam HCl and 0.6 mg/kg BW of tiletamine HCL on another occasion. Xylazine was antagonized with 3 mg/kg BW of tolazoline HCl and medetomidine HCl was antagonized with 180 micrograms/kg (BW) of atipamezole HCl. Temporal characteristics of immobilization and physiological effects (acid-base status, thermoregulatory, cardiovascular, and respiratory effects) of the drug combinations were compared. Induction was significantly faster with xylazine HCl-zolazepam HCl/tiletamine HCl. Recovery following antagonist administration was significantly faster with medetomidine HCl-zolazepam HCl/tiletamine HCl. The average drug volumes required were 7.00 mL of xylazine HCl-zolazepam HCl/tiletamine HCL and 2.78 mL of medetomidine HCl-zolazepam HCl/tiletamine HCl. Hypoxemia, hypercarbia, and rumenal tympany were the major adverse effects with both drug combinations.  (+info)

Osteochondrosis and epiphyseal bone abnormalities associated with copper deficiency in bison calves. (7/123)

Two bison calves were submitted to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine to confirm suspected copper deficiency. In addition to clinical signs, there were pathologic changes in the cartilage and subchondral bone of several joints. Water analysis indicated high levels of sulfate in the drinking water, contributing to a secondary copper deficiency.  (+info)

Riboflavin and niacin concentrations of bison cuts. (8/123)

We analyzed the riboflavin and niacin contents of individual cuts from clod (triceps brachii), ribeye (longissimus thoracis), top round (semimembranosus), and top sirloin (gluteus medius) from 24 fed bison bulls. The bulls came from producers in the United States and Canada and had consumed concentrate diets plus hay free choice for at least 100 d. The mean riboflavin and niacin concentrations of all of the bison cuts combined were .094 and 1.910 mg/100 g wet weight, respectively. The riboflavin and niacin content values did not differ (P < .05) among the cuts of meat. Cuts from individual bulls were significantly different (P < .05) with regard to both riboflavin and niacin contents. Little variation was observed in riboflavin and niacin content of five bison from the same producer and two bison from another producer. These content values may be used in estimating the riboflavin and niacin content of bison meat.  (+info)

The European bison (Bison bonasus), now found in Europe and the Caucasus, has been proposed to originate either from the extinct steppe/extant American bison lineage or from the extinct Bison schoetensacki lineage. Bison schoetensacki remains are documented in Eurasian Middle Pleistocene sites, but their presence in Upper Pleistocene sites has been questioned. Despite extensive genetic studies carried out on the steppe and European bison, no remains from the fossil record morphologically identified as Bison schoetensacki has been analyzed up to now. In this paper, we analyzed a 36,000-year-old Bison schoetensaki bone sample from the Siréjol cave (France) and a cave hyena coprolite (fossilized feces) found in a nearby cave and containing large amounts of Bovinae DNA. We show that the Bovinae mitochondrial DNA sequences from both samples, including a complete mitochondrial genome sequence, belong to a clade recently reported in the literature. This clade only includes ancient bison specimens without
Yellowstone National Park has begun this winters bison cull, an annual event intended to help maintain an ecologically sustainable population of American bison (Bison bison) within the park and to prevent the possible spread of brucellosis from bison to cattle outside of park boundaries. A predetermined number of bison are removed from Yellowstone National Park every winter under the Interagency Bison Management Plan (IBMP).. This winter, the National Park Service expects that anywhere from 900 to 1,300 bison will be removed from Yellowstone. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reported on Feb. 8 that the first 15 of over 400 previously captured bison held at Yellowstones northern edge had been placed in trailers to be taken to a slaughterhouse. Several hundred more will be processed within the next month. According to NPS, the bison meat and hides will be distributed among American Indian tribes.. Several of the captured bison were previously slated to be transferred to a new facility built by the ...
Historically, the lowland European bisons range encompassed most of the lowlands of northern Europe, extending from the Massif Central to the Volga River and the Caucasus. It may have once lived in the Asiatic part of what is now the Russian Federation. The European bison is known in southern Sweden only between 9500 and 8700 BP, and in Denmark similarly is documented only from the Pre-Boreal.[15] It is not recorded from the British Isles nor from Italy or the Iberian Peninsula.[16] A possible ancestor, the extinct steppe bison, B. priscus, is known from across Eurasia and North America, last occurring 7,000 BC,[17] and is depicted in the Cave of Altamira and Lascaux. Another possible ancestor, the Pleistocene woodland bison, B. schoetensaki, was last present 36,000 BC.[4] Cave paintings appear to distinguish between B. bonasus and B. priscus.[18]. Within mainland Europe, its range decreased as human populations expanded and cut down forests. The last references (Oppian, Claudius Aelianus) to ...
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the breeding soundness examination procedure in plains bison bulls. DESIGN: Multiyear (1993 through 1997) cross-sectional clinical procedure evaluation. ANIMALS: Two hundred thirty-four 28- to 30-month-old bison bulls at Custer
American bison are North Americas largest terrestrial animals. Millions once roamed the grasslands and prairies of the Great Plains, but today the bison population survives primarily in conservation herds.
The National Park Service (NPS) and the State of Montana (Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Montana Department of Livestock) announced today that they will begin preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a new plan to manage a wild and migratory population of Yellowstone-area bison, while minimizing the risk of brucellosis transmission between bison and livestock to the extent practicable. A Notice of Intent has been published in the Federal Register. The new plan is needed because conditions have changed since implementation of the Interagency Bison Management Plan began in 2001, including agency experience in managing bison and new science. A range of six preliminary draft alternative concepts has been developed by the NPS and the State of Montana, with input from cooperating agencies. The preliminary alternative concepts primarily differ in terms of bison abundance, bison tolerance outside of the park, and the tools that could be used to manage the bison population within the ...
Results from lab tests confirm that the first of three dead bison found in the Yellowstone River did not die from malignant catarrhal fever (results on the other two bison are pending and expected within one to two weeks). The exact cause of death could not be determined from tissue samples. However, there was no sign of disease. The only evidence of abnormality on the carcass - visible to FWP Wildlife Veterinarian Jennifer Ramsey - was trauma to the animals pelvis.. Within the past two weeks, three dead bison were spotted in the Yellowstone River. With two separate efforts, FWP crews were able to retrieve tissue samples from each bison: the first near Emigrant, and the other two closer to Gardiner. Ramsey also documented trauma to these other two bison in the form of broken ribs in one, and a fractured pelvis in the other. She believes these traumas to have been suffered before death. Given the recent introduction of domestic sheep in the Gardiner area, FWP looked into the possibility of ...
For the first time since the 18th century, the European bison is returning to Germany to live in the wild. The wisent, as it is also known, has been brought to the country by a famous prince. Although the creatures survival is uncertain, the project has already attracted considerable attention.
As Yellowstone National Park enters the busiest month of the year, visitors are reminded that they are responsible for their safety, which includes viewing wildlife from safe distances of at least 25 yards. In recent separate incidents, two people were injured after getting too close to bison. The first encounter occurred on June 23 when an off-duty concession employee came upon a bison while walking off trail after dark in the Lower Geyser Basin area. The second incident occurred July 1, when a visitor encountered a bison while hiking the Storm Point trail in the Yellowstone Lake area.. The first incident happened when a 19-year-old female from Georgia and three friends were returning to their car after swimming in the Firehole River late at night. The girl and a companion were walking in the dark when they came upon a bison lying down about 10 feet from them. The companion turned and ran from the bison, but before the girl could react, the bison charged her and tossed her in the air. Her ...
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The difference in temperature between those two states is around 20 degrees Fahrenheit, which is about three times the projected increase in temperatures over the next 75 years," Craine said. "Thats a pretty extreme difference and beyond the worst-case scenario. But it is a clear indicator that long-term warming will affect bison and is something that will happen across the U.S. over the next 50-75 years.". While the economic cost of smaller bison might not be so great, Craine said that warming might also shrink the revenue of cattle producers.. Although compiling and analyzing data about cattle weights has yet to be done, findings for bison may translate to the more than 90 million cattle in the U.S., Craine said. Cattle and bison share similar physiologies and weight gain for both is typically limited by protein intake.. If the same reduction in weight gain applies to cattle as bison, every temperature increase of one-and-a-half degrees Fahrenheit could cause roughly $1 billion in lost income ...
Buffalo is a term for several somewhat-related species of wild Asian and African cattle, including variants of the domesticated water buffalo. The name has also been applied to the North American bison (Bison bison). ...
Amigos últimamente no paran de aparecer contratiempos y gestiones que me dejan muy poco tiempo para pintar y colgar entradas.Tengo ganas ya de terminar el quadro y prepararme algo sobre la descripción de este bóvido.También he abierto un perfil en facebook,y posiblemente abra otro en pinterest.El linaje evolutivo de los bisontes que aparecieron durante el último periodo glacial es complejo y lleno de una diversidad de formas que en algunos casos hace dificil,el establecer una clasificación entre formas geográficas y espécies.En el caso del "bison occidentalis",parece indicar que es una subespecie del "bison antiquus" que se cruzó con el bisonte de estepa,y con que el bisonte de estepa ya ocupava los habitats más hervaceos y abiertos, este último avundava más en habitats más cerrados, con una constitución más esbelta que el"bison antiquus" y más adaptada para desembolberse en terrenos más humedos.Ocupava el noroeste norteamericano, oeste del Canadá y Alaska, cruzando el estrecho ...
Well, this is an interesting "CYA" response, now that everyone knows Corrientes arent the cause. Poor "Buffalo Allies of Bozeman" - another group who doesnt have a clue. How do you know bison didnt cause this? - the investigation isnt complete! Are you aware of the 1983 US Animal Health Association report showing free ranging bison infecting cattle with brucellosis? I doubt it. Do your research. Learn the real story. The GYA bison are up to 50% seropositive. Dont believe the "exposure" malarky to explain that. The antibodies are antigen driven - meaning there must be bacteria present in the animals body to cause a positive blood test. A positive animal is NOT immune - quite the contrary!The brucella antibody half-life is about 3 weeks - meaning if the animal was able to fight off the disease (which a few do), they would be test negative very quickly. If they test positive, they are likely infected. Bison and elk swap the disease back and forth and it spills over into cattle when the ...
In animals that defer reproduction until after physiological maturity because of competition by older individuals, one would expect that individuals reproduce earlier when competition decreases. We investigated nine behaviours relevant to reproduction in subadult wood bison males in captivity where mature males have been experimentally removed and compared them to males in a control and a free ranging population.
The Isbell and Tilman Labs at the University of Minnesota seek applications for a Postdoctoral Associate position investigating the use of bison grazing for savanna restoration at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve. The specific questions to be investigated will depend on the interests of the successful applicant, but will consider interactions between bison grazing, fire frequency, oak regeneration, biodiversity, and ecosystem functioning at this field site. The postdoc will help restore bison grazing to oak savanna ecosystems; experimentally test how bison grazing and prescribed fire alter oak regeneration, plant communities, and soils; and help disseminate results from the project by publishing peer-reviewed scientific journal articles, and by engaging with students and members of the public. The successful applicant will coordinate, supervise, and conduct field research at Cedar Creek; analyze data and models; and write, submit, and publish peer-reviewed scientific papers. The initial ...
Bison adjust their diet seasonally based on reduced availability of the grasses they perfer but are less nutritious during the spring and fall.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - Evidence is mounting that wild North American bison are gradually shedding their genetic diversity across many of the isolated herds overseen by the U.S. government, weakening future resilience against disease and climate events in the shadow of human encroachment.. The extent of the creeping threat to herds overseen by the Department of Interior - the backbone of wild bison conservation efforts for North America - is coming into sharper focus amid advances in genetic studies.. Preliminary results of a genetic population analysis commissioned by the National Park Service show three small federal herds would almost certainly die off - extinguishing their DNA lineage - within 200 years under current management practices that limit transfers for interbreeding among distant herds.. The study is awaiting peer review by other scientists. It does not include Yellowstone National Parks herd of some 5,000 unfenced bison, the largest federal conservation herd thats seen by millions ...
CHAD LAWHORNLawrence Journal-World COTTONWOOD FALLS - As Flint Hills cowboy Gene Matile operates the high-tech squeeze chute and scale, one observation becomes obvious: 1,500 pounds on a bison sure looks a lot different than 1,500 pounds on a beef cow. More intimidating, for some reason, Matile says with a laugh. Of course, Matile already knew that. He was part of a group that traveled to Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota in 2009 to take possession of a herd of 13 bison to bring back to
Vi har kartlagt alle topper og daler til din neste utflukt. TOPO Canada - Nordvest dekker naturens minste detaljer med presisjon og nøyaktighet, deriblant terrengkonturer, topografiske høydeforskjeller, topper, rutbare veier og stier, elver, innsjøer og geografiske punkter. TOPO-kart passer perfekt til fjellturer, jakt, teltturer, sykkelturer og naturopplevelser. Kartene har topografiske detaljer for områdene Yukon og Northwest og full dekning av Wood Buffalo National Park. Tilgjengelig på microSD™-/SD™-kort*.. *microSD-informasjonen kan programmeres på et resirkulert kort.. Klikk på kategorien Produkter for å finne ut om kartet er kompatibelt med Garmin-enheten¹.. ¹Ikke alle funksjoner på denne enheten fungerer med nüvi®-enheter. Hvis du vil ha mer informasjon, kan du se delen for vanlige spørsmål. ...
We analyzed long-term demographic and environmental data to understand the role of large scale climatic factors (the Pacific Decadal Oscillations [PDO]) and environmental factors in 3 regions of North America on natality and mortality of the remnant migratory whooping crane (Grus americana) population. This is an endangered species that spends winters at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Texas, breeds at Wood Buffalo National Park (WBNP) in Canada and
January 21, 2013 - News Release. "Early warning systems" using DNA to track environmental health, especially in protected areas near Canadian oil sands, mining and hydroelectric projects, are the goal of a major research project led by University of Guelph scientists. The project is one of three major research initiatives highlighted in the latest annual report of the Ontario Genomics Institute (OGI). Its funded by a three-year, $3.2-million grant from Genome Canada through the OGI as well as support from Environment Canada and Parks Canada. "Biomonitoring 2.0" is the first large-scale project using genetic data to track the health of entire ecosystems, said project leader Mehrdad Hajibabaei, an integrative biology professor and a principal in U of Gs Biodiversity Institute of Ontario (BIO).. Scientists are already using the project - based on DNA barcoding developed in Guelph - to help assess environmental threats in Wood Buffalo National Park. Spanning northern Alberta and part of the ...
The herds of some 4,500 bison that roam Yellowstone National Park are the only remaining purebred bison in the country, but they are infected. Thought to be carrying a bacterial infection, which also affects cattle, ranchers have been asking to remotely vaccinate the bison using biobullets.
Pigs lack functional sweat glands and are almost incapable of panting. To thermoregulate, they rely on wallowing in water or mud to cool the body. Adult pigs under natural or free-range conditions can often be seen to wallow when air temperature exceeds 20 °C. Mud is the preferred substrate; after wallowing, the wet mud provides a cooling, and probably protecting, layer on the body. When pigs enter a wallow, they normally dig and root in the mud before entering with the fore-body first. They then wriggle the body back and forth, and rub their faces in the mud so all of the body surface is covered. Before they leave the wallow, they often shake their heads and body, often finishing with rubbing against a tree or a stone next to the wallow. When indoors and hot, domestic pigs often attempt to wallow on wet floor surfaces and in the dunging areas.[23] Although temperature regulation seems to be the main motivation for wallowing in pigs, they will still wallow in colder weather. While many have ...
The North American bison is commonly called "buffalo".. If you go to a state where they roam (along with deer, antelope, and no discouraging words or cloud cover), people will look at you funny for calling them "bison". Everyone knows thats what they are, but everyone calls them "buffalo" anyway.. Signed, Person Whose Brother Graduated From A University Where The Sports Teams Are Called "Buffaloes" And They Own A Bison.. P.S. yeah, a safari in the wilds of Nebraska or Wyoming would be kinda silly… unless/if youve had all that extra wine.. ...
Bison Organic Chocolate Stout is a American Stout style beer brewed by Bison Brewing in Berkeley, CA. 3.47 average with 601 ratings, reviews and opinions.
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Colorado 06/29/12 coloradoan.com: A bison at CSUs Foothills Campus has died from rabies, according to the Larimer County health department. The adult female bison died suddenly Thursday in her outdoor holding pen. The bison likely came into contact with a rabies-infected skunk, rabid fox or other wild animal, officials believe. Seventeen skunks have tested positive…
Jefferson Hagen, MacEwan Athletics. EDMONTON - With better serving and a more disciplined blocking presence, the MacEwan Griffins were able to play portions of Saturdays final mens volleyball match of the season in the City Centre Campus gym dead even with the No. 1-ranked Manitoba Bisons.. Except, try as they might, they had no answer for big No. 6 - hulking Bisons left-side Evan Jackson - who piled up 16 kills on a .500 hitting percentage to lead his squad to another 3-0 victory (25-19, 25-21, 25-22).. "We had what I thought was a pretty OK game plan, but he played well," said Griffins head coach Brad Poplawski.. "When we adjusted our block, he was able to see that and go opposite that with pace. A lot of guys can hit that shot 60 or 80 per cent, but he was able to hit it hard any direction. So his range is really good.. "He lit us up this weekend, for sure.". Its the 20th-straight win of the season for the Bisons, who sit atop the Canada West standings at 21-1.. "Is that what it is? Wow," ...
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The American is a breed of cattle originating in the United States and known for its heritage as an American Bison hybrid. It was developed in the 1950s by a New Mexico rancher looking for beef cattle which could survive on poor fodder in the arid Southwest. Today the American is one of only a few pure breeds with any known Bison genetics, with the more well-known breed being the Beefalo. Art Jones, the original breeder, began by crossing Hereford, Shorthorn and Charolais, and later added extensive crosses with Brahman cattle and Bison. Today all individuals of this rare breed display the genetic marker for Bison ancestry. American cattle are varying in appearance, though nearly all display the floppy Brahman ears, slight humps, and many have horns. Bovid hybrid Hybridmaster, another breed with some bison genetics Ekarius, Carol (2008). Storeys Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep, Goats, Cattle and Pigs. Storey Publishing. ISBN 978-1-60342-036-5. "American Breed". Oklahoma State University Dept. ...
New herds of genetically pure wild bison may once again roam vast expanses of the American West where the iconic animal has been absent since the end of the 19th century, under a tentative plan federal officials advanced on Wednesday. The proposal, for which Yellowstone National…. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News.
The American Bison is one of my favorite mammals, so it is no surprise that I found this interesting and a good teaching point last year while working along with the V.A. thoracic surgery service: http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMicm010281#t=article - This article presents a case which illustrates a concept known as a "buffalo chest", or absence of anatomical separation of the two hemithoraxes, secondary to genetics, trauma, or iatrogenesis. I saw these in patients who had undergone median sternotomies for various cardiothoracic procedures. Its also a physiology seen in trauma patients, patients with cancer who have had resections, people with various kinds of primary pulmonary disease, or just randomly by genetic bad luck (I imagine, though the article doesnt list this as a specific cause). This is known as a buffalo chest because the American Bison (or at least according to the article, some) has a single, contiguous pleural space. While I would never use the word "easy" to describe ...
A small herd of European bison will soon be released in Germany's most densely populated state, the first time in nearly three centuries that these
Vaccination of wildlife has been studied for at least 50 years since the earliest attempts at oral vaccination against classical swine fever (CSF) (reviewed by Kaden et al. [32]). Although routine vaccination against CSF is prohibited in domestic pigs within the European Union, emergency vaccination is permitted. Vaccination has become more widely accepted as a potential option for the management of disease in wildlife populations following its successful employment in the control of sylvatic rabies [33]. Although currently very few vaccines for wildlife species have been licensed, work is on-going in a number of areas. Recent examples include experimental vaccination of wild white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) [34], a reservoir host species of the human Lyme disease agent (Borrelia burgdorferi), American robins (Turdus migratorius) [35], an amplification host for West Nile Virus, and bison (Bison bison) and elk (Cervus elaphus) against brucellosis [36]. A more extensive review of the ...
This thesis explores the use of multi-element isotope analysis and intra-tooth sampling to reconstruct prey species ecology and biogeography. Modern caribou (Rangifer tarandus ssp.) and bison (Bison bison) from North America are used to assess the relationship between known lifetime movements and feeding habits, and those reconstructed through the stable isotope analysis of teeth and bone, including strontium (87Sr/86Sr), oxygen (d18O), carbon(d13C), nitrogen (d15N) and sulphur (d34S). Teeth (enamel and dentine) were sequentially-sampled in order to reconstruct time-series isotopic profiles at an intra- and inter-individual scale, allowing an assessment of the applicability of these methods to archaeological materials. The 87Sr/86Sr and d18O data indicate the clear potential for these methods to identify faunal movements, and to discern ranging behaviours from true migrations. d34S values of bone collagen compliment enamel 87Sr/86Sr data in the same individuals, and suggest the use of this ...
On November 3rd, 2018, in partnership with the Wood Buffalo Regional Innovation Network and Youth Computing, we hosted the first annual Launch Wood Buffalo entrepreneurship conference at Keyano College. The full day event included speakers, workshops and panel discussions and concluded with a community pitch competition with a chance to win a cash prize! The…
Given the relatively small size of the Yellowstone bison population, the loss of bison associated with intentional killing is significant," the groups say. "For example, during 2007-2008 alone, hunting and culling removed at least 1,716 Yellowstone bison. More than 1,000 bison were also killed during 2005-2006. And, it is estimated that in 1996-1997, culling of Yellowstone bison removed 57 percent of the entire Northern subpopulation and 20 percent of the Central subpopulation ...
A test group of 25 bison will be herded out of Yellowstone National Park north into the Gardiner Basin Wednesday morning. The bison drive is a part of the
The state decided today that Montana game wardens and Federal park rangers would join hunters in killing any bison that strayed from their home in Yellowstone National Park this winter. The purpose of the joint effort is to prevent the bison from transmitting a deadly disease to cattle in surrounding areas, but some scientists say there is no basis for fears that such a threat exists.
As his students looked over the bones on Van Surksums Alexandria Township driveway last week, Hoffman said he was curious to find answers about how the bones got into the lake. "Some of that we will be able to get an idea from finding out more about where the bones came from," Hoffman said. "Others, its going to be from doing a detailed analysis." The first wave of the universitys analysis will take about a year to complete. Much of the work will be done by students who are working as part of their senior project. The research will include radiocarbon dating, a process that uses the decay of radioactive isotopes to discover the age of organic materials. Learning more about what time period the bison were hunted could also give researchers a better idea of why the bones were found in Lake Victoria. Hoffman said one idea is that the bison were killed during a time when the lake levels were much lower. "If it turns out that it dates 300 years old, then thats probably not the case," he said. "If ...
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A Blackfeet tribal member carrying a bison heart in a plastic bag in protest of an Idaho tribes hunt of pregnant bison was stopped outside Gov. Steve Bullocks office in the Montana Capitol.
Sodium content and RDA percentage, per serving and per 100g, in 15 types of bison. The amount of Sodium is 76 mg to 41 mg per 100g, in bison.
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The majority of PMDC gearmotors and motors used in industry require speed controls in order to operate.. Typically, the control is wired to the motor through a costly, complicated cable system and the motor and control can be many steps away from each other.. Bison Gear and Engineerings Tightdrive motor-mounted speed control can be easily field-mounted on Bison PMDC gearmotors up to 1/6 horsepower (124W) and offers a 20:1 speed range with maximum output of 90V.. The Tightdrive is housed in a durable aluminium extrusion that offers NEMA 1 (IP30) protection and good heat dissipation.. Speed is controlled with a combination on/off switch and speed potentiometer.. In addition, three easily accessible adjustable potentiometers provide settings for minimum rpm, maximum rpm, and current limiting.. The SCR control architecture also provides tighter speed regulation than alternative controls.. The Tightdrive is designed for 115V 50/60Hz operation and comes complete with a 3ft power cord and NEMA 5-15P ...
In a matchup of Washington rivals, the Georgetown defense had its best game of the year, holding Howard to a solitary field goal in a 21-3 victory over the Bison.. "They are a much-improved football team," Head Coach Kevin Kelly said. "I want to [mention that]. That was a hard-fought game up to the fourth quarter.". In a game with only 10 points scored in the first three quarters, the Hoyas were able to put together a strong 14-point fourth quarter to extend their slim lead and recapture the Mayors Cup after 2009s loss to the Bison.. "Our defense did an excellent job of putting our offense in [a good] position, which was a big thing in this game," junior wide receiver Jeff Burke said.. After a scoreless first quarter that included three points and an interception for each squad, the Hoyas were able to strike first in the second quarter on sophomore running back Nick Campanellas 6-yard touchdown run with less than five minutes remaining In the half.. Two big plays by sophomore wide receiver ...
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A filmmaker examines why hundreds of wild bison are killed every year when they step outside the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Western lawmakers want to elevate the Plains bison to a status similar to that of the iconic bald eagle with legislation to declare the burly beasts Americas national mammal.
I dont precipitate but I thing as all mammals, bisons are susceptible to, at least, cryptosporidium parvum infestation. Vincent Dedet DVM Chief editor La Semaine Veterinaire BP 233 94700 Maisons-Alfort FRANCE E-mail : vDedet.pointvet at invivo.edu end ******************************************************************** Sent by inVivo. The BBS of Life Sciences, Paris, France, info at invivo.edu http://www.invivo.net/ ...
Bison meat is a nutrient dense food because of the proportion of protein, fat, mineral, and fatty acids to its caloric value. Comparisons to other meat sources have shown that bison meat has a greater concentration of iron, zinc and essential fatty acids.. Bison meat is a rich source of complete protein containing all the essential amino acids in appropriate amounts. Each serving contains about 22 grams of protein which is then used in the body to build and repair tissues, produce enzymes and some hormones, and maintain cell membranes and components of the immune system. Rich in Vitamin B12, Selenium, Zinc and Phosphorus, bison meat is also an excellent source of Iron, Vitamin B6 and Niacin, all of which are recommended daily. Bison meat contains the "essential fatty acids", linoleic (omega - 3) and linoleic (omega - 6) fatty acids. These substances are necessary for us to eat but can not be made in our bodies and are thus, commonly lacking. Their function is to assist the formation of cell ...
Photos : Photo blog - Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen - Highland cattle : We also visted the neighboring Zuid-Kennemerland National Park. We were not able to spot the wisents (European bison) which were released in the Kraansvlak area in 2007. We saw a nice herd of Highland cattle.
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By Matthew Brown Jan 14, 2010 charkoosta.com Ted Turners bid to get 74 wild bison from Yellowstone National Park is drawing stiff opposition from those who say the animals are being given up for private profit instead of conservation. Turner has offered to take the animals at the request of Montanas Democratic Gov. Brian Schweitzer.…
BILLINGS, Mont. Hunters killed more wild bison migrating from Yellowstone National Park this season than they have in decades, with the numbers...
To protest the slaughter of Yellowstone National Park bison, a 20-year-old man chained himself to a 50-gallon drum full of cement in the middle of the road to the Stephens
First, lets start off with the bison. Although there were once millions of bison roaming the North America grasslands, wholesale slaughter by the early European settlers brought them almost to extinction by the beginning of the 12th century. The bison are around nine and half feet tall. Male are usually brownish black. Females are usually reddish brown and are little smaller than the males.. The Bobolink is a small bird that lives in our biome. Its family is interidae: icterids. It ranges from 15-20 cm and weighs less than a pound. The female has around five to six eggs and incubates for thirteen. The Bobolink travels eight thousand miles from Argentina to Northern America and Canada.. Next is the elephant. They range from nineteen and three-fourths to twentyfour and a half feet tall. Their family is the elepahantidae: elephants. People kill these large beast for their ivory tusks and meat.. The giraffe is a large animal that ranges from nine and three-fourths to thirteen feet. The giraffe is ...
Bison is a fairly unique and exotic meat protein source, which immediately makes this product stand out against its competition. This is not a bad thing because bison contains slightly more protein than beef.. The second ingredient is lamb meal; a packed protein source with reduce moisture content due to the rendering process.. Sweet potatoes are an excellent high quality source of fibre and vitamins. Other brands would feature sweet potato in much smaller quantities after standard white spuds presumably due to overhead manufacturing costs.. Egg product is another protein source alongside pea protein extracted from the legume.. Canola oil is naturally preserved and provides omega fatty acids intended to improve and maintain skin and coat health.. Other meat sources like roasted venison and bison are a welcome addition to Taste of the Wilds exotic puppy formula. Other brands at this stage would rely on by-products to pad out the composition so it is excellent to see quality natural ingredients ...
The World Wildlife Foundation shared some breathtaking video of a herd of bison running into a 22,000 acre expansion in their home at Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
The novelty of eating testicles is starting to wear off, but it has been fun venturing out in that direction. My first time eating "Rocky Mountain oysters" was at the Buckhorn Exchange in Denver. I recall the hesitation to try them, that first bite and my squeamish reaction as the organy taste filled my mouth. Ive now tried bison, bull, lamb and turkey and they have differed quite a bit. All have been breaded and fried, except some bull testicles we were given at the Carnivore Restaurant in Nairobi. They must have been boiled. They were bland, with an off-putting organy taste, and the texture was very weird. If theyd been my first testicle taste test, they might have been my last. Of the breaded and fried, those with less breading were best. They were more tender, gave more of the underlying organ taste and had more flavor ...
View Notes - Conservation from CJS 220 at University of Phoenix. free ranging bison live in this area and once they are gone they will not be back. The home of these wonderful animals should be
While Jeff Weaver was scheduled to get the start tonight at Durham, the newest Bisons pitcher, Anthony Reyes will get the call for the series opener against the Bulls. Having him inserted into the rotation is not a surprise at...
Bison Gear and Engineering has supplied a drive system as part of a project to control the climate within a greenhouse. The drive system consists of a central gearmotor connected to a 40:1 right-angle reducer with dual-output shafts. These shafts connect to long jack shafts that spread across the roof line of the greenhouse, connecting to multiple rack-and-pinion mechanisms that open and close large glass window panes in the ceiling for temperature control.. ...
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Liver and other tissues will be obtained from 5 to 10 bison bulls that exit Yellowstone National Park. DNA samples from the bulls will be screened at our collaborators laboratory at Texas A&M for any evidence of cattle genes and with microsatellite assays to select the single animal for sequencing that is most representative of the Yellowstone herd. Previous work by our collaborator has not found any evidence of cattle genes in bison from the Yellowstone herd. DNA will be extracted from hepatic tissue and used to prepare libraries for: 1) unmated shotgun reads on the 454 sequencer to 3-4X coverage; 2) a 20kB library for mated pair reads on the 454 sequencer to 1 X coverage, 3) a 3kB mated pair library for 1X coverage on the 454 sequencer; and 4) a library for short reads on the Illumina Hi-seek to achieve 25-30X coverage. Commercially available kits for the two sequencers will be obtained and procedures will be in accordance with manufacturers recommendations. The sequence data will be ...
West-side bison decision explained.Over the winter, Governor Steve Bullock released his decision to expand tolerance for bison in a limited area of Montana outside of Yellowstone National Park. The decision relied upon years of scientific analysis and consistently high-spirited input from the public. It provides guidelines for a more reasonable and balanced approach to managing bison that migrate into Montana.
They used virtually all parts of the body and skin. They prepared the meat for food: by boiling, roasting and drying for jerky. This prepared it to last a long time without spoiling, and they depended on bison meat to get through the winters.[7] The winters were long, harsh, and cold due to the lack of trees in the Plains, so the people stockpiled the meat when they had the chance.[8] The hunters often ate the bison heart minutes after the kill, as part of their hunting ritual. The skins were prepared and used to cover the tepee. The tepee was made of log poles with the skin draped over it. It remained warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and a great shield against the wind.[9] With further preparation of tanning and softening, the women made special clothing from the skins: robes and moccasins. They rendered bison fat to make soap. Both men and women made utensils, sewing needles and tools from the bones, using tendon for fastening and binding. The stomach and bladder were cleaned and ...
Bison meat is lower in fat and higher in moisture than its cousin beef. This means bison will cook more quickly than beef. Since bison muscle has little or no marbling, do not cook steaks & roasts past medium done stage. ...
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The path leading to my second year as a Biology Masters student at Villanova is permeated with irreplaceable experiences and characters met along the way. While much of value can be learned about biology in the world of books and literature, I far prefer seeking out opportunities to learn in the world surrounding me. Ive been trapped by bison herds, stuck neck-deep in marsh mud, ambushed by bears, and graced with the discovery of life thriving in the unlikeliest of environments. The curiosity that drove me to seek understanding of the ecological phenomena around me, whether in my own adventures or early research experiences, also sparked my desire to become a field ecologist. I attended Penn State as an undergraduate, where I majored in biology and was involved in research aimed at understanding how temperate trees respond to seasonal cues both above and belowground. At Villanova, my interest in biogeochemistry and ecosystem ecology strengthened as a result of my amazing research experience, ...
Bailly, N. (2008). Hippocampus antiquus Risso, 1827. In: Froese, R. and D. Pauly. Editors. (2017). FishBase. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=306777 on 2017-12- ...
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Apr 2017 - 4.1 Mil Pg Views, March 2013 - Posted my paper introducing CLOUD COSMOLOGY & NEUTRAL NEUTRINO rigorously described as the SPACE TIME PENDULUM, September 2010 I am pleased to report that my essay titled A NEW METRIC WITH APPLICATIONS TO PHYSICS AND SOLVING CERTAIN HIGHER ORDERED DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS has been published in Physics Essays(AIP) and appeared in their June 2010 quarterly. 40 years ago I took an honors degree in applied mathematics from the University of Waterloo. My interest was Relativity and my last year there saw me complete a 900 level course under Hanno Rund on his work in relativity,as well as differential geometry(pure math) and of course analysis. I continued researching new ideas and knowledge since that time and I have prepared a book for publication titled Paradigms Shift&. I maintain my blog as a day book and research tool to retain data and record impressions and interpretations on material read. Do join my blog and receive Four items of interest daily Monday ...
Of course fat isnt bad for you. But you said for dieters and so tell me why would you pick fatty pork over protein laden beef so ?? What dietary requirement does that fill ??? You just said take out cabbage,beans and potatoes to add bison for PROTEIN. You are like a dog chasing its tail. So far you said lose cabbage (extremely healthy) beans(extremely healthy) and potatoes(average but healthy) to replace with bison meat for protein. Then you say replace beef which is full of protein and replace it with pork. You are just making it up as you go along. Youve added pork to a dish that allready has two types of meat in it both pork so THREE types of PORK (one processed) and taken out the protein rich beef along with greens and beans. Come on be fucking real man. You like the way yours tastes so you see what nutrition it adds and claim its better for you.. And lets be clear here ANY diet that sacrifices serious nutrients just to exclude minimal amounts of one specific nutrient is neither healthy, ...
By Staff. Lady Bison Crowned National Champions. HOUGHTON, N.Y.-Oklahoma Baptist University (OBU) was crowned champion Saturday at the NCCAA Womens Indoor Track and Field National Championship for the second straight year.. The Lady Bison dominated the field at the Kerr-Pegula Field House with 227 points, more than doubling the score of runner-up Dallas Baptist at 113. Bethel (Ind.) finished with 71 points in third place.. With the win, OBU kept alive an incredible streak of eight consecutive calendar years with a womens track and field national championship, dating back to 2010. This marks the 11th national championship for the program and eighth indoor championship, all coming with head track and field coach Ford Mastin at the helm.. "The championships are won in the fall when (the athletes) show tremendous work ethic. You can tell if theyre going to win in the spring back in October if they do the little things at a high level," said Mastin.. "The girls did almost exactly what we thought ...
I use coupons and have only shopped once last year when the cashier did not return cash to my hand ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif alt= /, upon checkout. Now thats shopping! I only a few cwertain items once a month, and being 1 person they last me the whole month. I grow, cook, and raise my own food so the expenses are minimal at the grocery store. I only drink water, for the past 35 years, no booze, soda, coffee ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif alt= /,, yeah, no coffee and Im this hyper ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/blush.gif alt= /,, so thats easy. I dont buy meat, and eat it once a month or less. Though since my friend sent me down some Bison, in trade for some things I sent him last year; Ive been enjoying a nice Bison sirloin once a month ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif alt= /, Had my own chickens so that solves the egg and chicken part if I want any. Mostly gave them away for trade, I like to barter ,img ...
I use coupons and have only shopped once last year when the cashier did not return cash to my hand ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif alt= /, upon checkout. Now thats shopping! I only a few cwertain items once a month, and being 1 person they last me the whole month. I grow, cook, and raise my own food so the expenses are minimal at the grocery store. I only drink water, for the past 35 years, no booze, soda, coffee ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif alt= /,, yeah, no coffee and Im this hyper ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/blush.gif alt= /,, so thats easy. I dont buy meat, and eat it once a month or less. Though since my friend sent me down some Bison, in trade for some things I sent him last year; Ive been enjoying a nice Bison sirloin once a month ,img src=/forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif alt= /, Had my own chickens so that solves the egg and chicken part if I want any. Mostly gave them away for trade, I like to barter ,img ...
Age. 14C date of 14,470 ± 250 BP (I-3365) on packrat and other feces.. General Description. UTEP 6. Enlargement in small limestone corridor; one direction leads to the balcony of Balcony Room; the continuation in the other direction is too small to follow, but apparently is the source of the fossil material and probably leads to the foot of the deposits from Bison Sink in the vicinity of UTEP 4.. Discussion. The passageways leading from the current entrance to the fossil deposit are of such nature as to render it unlikely that the fossils were deposited from that direction. Thus the source likely was from the opposite direction, which ultimately would have originated from the now-clogged Bison Sink. The relatively dense occurrence of bone and rodent feces accompanied with only a small mineral component suggests the source was already concentrated. The most likely origin would seem to be a woodrat midden or a rocky slope that had accumulated organic remains over a period of many years, deposited ...
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Heres a piece Im excited to share with you. This was done on the iPad using Procreate. I recorded the process to this piece using the recording software of the app and uploaded it to my Youtube so feel free to check it out. No music so play whatever you would like. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPRs5Jfnw34 ...
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Hubby cooked up bison hot dogs on the grill. They were surprisingly good. Were they cased? Bison dogs sounds like a pretty decent idea... Um....no...
SKŁAD , CENA , DOSTĘPNOŚĆ. Skład kremu jest bardzo bogaty i zadowoli każdą z Was. Głównym składnikiem produktu pielęgnacyjnego jest bowiem witamina C - "królowa pielęgnacji skóry" i "królowa młodości". Witamina C stymuluje syntezę kolagenu i kwasu hialuronowego, rozjaśnia skórę i niweluje przebarwienia poprzez hamowanie produkcji melaniny, złuszcza naskórek, jest najsilniejszym przeciwutleniaczem, hamuje wypłukiwanie kolagenu i elastyny, przez co utrzymuje skórę jędrną i napiętą, zmniejsza zaczerwienienia skóry, uszczelnia naczynia krwionośne, wzmacnia barierę lipidową skóry, przez co utrzymuje odpowiedni poziom nawilżenia. Łagodzi, koi i regeneruje skórę, działa antybakteryjnie i minimalizuje niedoskonałości skórne, wspomaga ochronę UVA/UVB, wzmacnia odporność skóry. Można by wymieniać bez końca. Działanie witaminy C w kremie LA ROCHE-POSAY zostało wzmocnione dwoma składnikami aktywnymi: mannozą, czyli cukrem przywracającym skórze ...
I just got back from doing some hikes at The Buffalo National River. The first night got down to 20* and the second night was about 24*. I had my 5oz Climashield XP Top and Under Quilts, as well as my windshield heat reflector. I believe that Jeff has talked about boiling water and pouring it into a Nalgene to use as a hot water bottle. I decided to try this the second night and WOW, THIS WORKS GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I usually have a problem getting my toes to warm up, but not with this.
I just got back from doing some hikes at The Buffalo National River. The first night got down to 20* and the second night was about 24*. I had my 5oz Climashield XP Top and Under Quilts, as well as my windshield heat reflector. I believe that Jeff has talked about boiling water and pouring it into a Nalgene to use as a hot water bottle. I decided to try this the second night and WOW, THIS WORKS GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I usually have a problem getting my toes to warm up, but not with this.
A suite of dental characteristics displayed by the type specimen are all that distinguishes P. piveteaui from the other members of the genus. This mandibular fragment exhibits a distinct molar morphotype containing a very small and tapered M3 when compared to the distally narrowing M2 (Hartwig). The teeth are very small, but in the range of P. antiquus. Two upper teeth are known from the species, a P4 and M3. When the P4 is compared to an isolated P4 from Poland of either P. antiquus or P. platyodon, it is unconfirmed as to which species the isolated P4 belongs to, that of P. piveteaui is much smaller and broader (Hartwig).. ...
o †Choristodera Cope, 1884 (non Cope, 1876) (champsosaurs; champsosaurit) ,?- †Choristodera genera et species indet. [Averianov, Martin, Evans & Bakirov, 2005] [M.Jur. CA.] ,?- †Irenosaurus egloni (Efimov, 1983) [Tchoiria egloni Efimov, 1983, Irenosaurus Efimov, 1988] ,?-o †Khurendukhosaurus Sigogneau-Russell & Efimov, 1984 , ,-- †K. bajkalensis Efimov, 1996 , `-- †K. orlovi Sigogneau-Russell & Efimov, 1984 ,?-o †Lazarussuchus Hecht, 1992; U.Olig.-L.Mioc. Eu. [Lazarussaurus (lapsus calami)] [non-Choristodere sensu Gao & Fox, 2005] , ,-- †L. inexpectatus Hecht, 1992 , `-- †L. dvoraci Evans & Klembara, 2005 `--+--o †Cteniogelys Gilmore, 1928; M.-U.Jur. NA. [Cteniogenidae Seiffert, 1973] , ,-- †C. sp., cf. C. antiquus , `-- †C. antiquus Gilmore, 1928 `--+-- †Pachystropheus rhaeticus Huene, 1935; U.Trias. ,--o †Monjurosuchidae Endo, 1940 , ,-- †Philydrosaurus proseilus Gao & Fox, 2005; L.Cret. EAs. , `-- †Monjurosuchus splendens Endo, 1940; L.Cret. EAs. ,--o ...
FORT MCMURRAY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Feb. 10, 2011) - Since 2007, the Wood Buffalo Environmental Association (WBEA) has been scaling up the level of science within their programs in order to better support good environmental decision making in the RMWB. The Association has significantly enhanced their current programs and methods, and...
A picture is worth a thousand words and, thanks to YouTube, almost every new trend, scandalous leader and singing idol can be viewed after the tapping of a few keys. Today we are linking you to a cattle related video that deals with disease with TB in badgers. Before you raise your stop sign, keep an open mind for a minute. After all it could be TB in Canadian or American deer or wild bison. It could be brucellosis. After watching this 2011 film entitled, "Mayday at Heolfawr Cross" we hope you dont remain on the fence, even though that is the final view we have of Dai Bevan as we see the destruction of his lifes work raising Longhorn cattle in Wales? Another stop sign? Longhorns are not Holsteins! Wales is not Canada or the US. Take a few minutes to see if there is anything to learn or, at the very least, who is to blame?. Oops! Theres the first mistake. If we decide that laying blame is the only outcome we seek, then there will never be a different ending to this sad story.. ...
The accident occurred Oct. 2 in the park on a foggy night on U.S. 26/89/191 when a pickup truck hit one bison on the highway, rolled and then struck and ki ...
Jackson, WY. - Grand Teton National Park rangers are investigating a traffic accident that left four bison dead on October 2nd.. A Casper woman was driving a pickup truck through foggy conditions on U.S. 26/89/191, when she struck a bison on the highway.. The truck rolled, striking and killing 3 additional bison that were standing nearby.. A park spokesman said that while a citation has not yet been issued, one could be, if its determined the woman was driving too fast for the weather conditions.. The woman escaped the incident with minor injuries. There were no other passengers in the truck.. ...
Saskatchewan Agriculture reports confirming the bacterial disease, anthrax, as he cause of death in two bison, and is the suspected cause of seven other deaths. This has prompted officials to advise producers to be on the lookout for anthrax in their animals.. In Montana, State and Fort Belknap Indian Reservation officials are investigating the weekend deaths of 18 bison on the reservation in north-central Montana. Tissue samples have been sent to the state Department of Livestocks Diagnostic Laboratory in Bozeman to rule out anthrax as the cause.. Anthrax is caused by the bacteria Bacillus anthracis, which can survive in spore form for decades in soil. Changes in soil moisture, from flooding and drying, can lead to a build-up of the spores on pastures. Spores can concentrate in sloughs and potholes, and risk of animal exposure to anthrax increases in drier years when these areas dry up and become accessible. Spores can also surface when the ground is excavated or when there is excessive ...
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Brucella abortus is a facultative intracellular bacterial pathogen, which causes abortion in cattle and undulant fever in human. B. abortus strain RB51 (Strain RB51) is the official vaccine for bovine brucellosis in the USA. B. abortus strain RB51 can be used as a vector for the over-expression of its own (homologous) as well as heterologous protective antigens. The immune system can detect these heterologous antigens and produce a response. Expressing a protein in different bacterial compartments has been shown to affect its accessibility to the immune system and the way the antigen is processed by antigen presenting cells. In order to determine if the immune response is affected by the localization of the antigen, green fluorescent protein (GFP) was expressed at three different locations in B. abortus strain RB51, outer-membrane (OM), periplasmic space (PS) and in the cytoplasmic region (CR) of B. abortus strain RB51. This localization was obtained by transforming strain RB51 with plasmids ...
Venison (ground with bone)*, duck (ground with bone) *, Steelhead trout*, bison (ground with bone) *, elk (ground with bone) *, quail (ground with bone) *, duck liver*, duck heart*, spinach, pea fiber, bison tripe*, elk liver*, elk heart*, elk kidney*, ground sunflower seeds, Red Delicious apples*, Bartlett pears*, Red Heart plums*, Tilton apricots*, whole pumpkin*, Butternut squash*, Imperator carrots*, kelp*, mixed tocopherols, cranberries*, blueberries*, blackberries*, chicory root*, dandelion root*, summer savory, peppermint leaf*, ginger root*, iron proteinate, zinc proteinate, manganese proteinate.. ...
Abstract. We report the draft genome sequences of two Brucella abortus strains LMN1 and LMN2 isolated from cattle and pig. The LMN1 and LMN2 have the genome size of 3,395,952 bp and 3,334,792 bp, respectively. In addition to the conserved genes of Brucella, few novel regions showing similarity to the phages were identified in both strains.. Keywords: genome sequence, Brucella abortus ...
My career as a wildlife veterinarian and storyteller has taken me to many countries for work on a wide range of species. I enjoy relating stories about the wild animal work, which range from having soldier ants up my shorts and pregnancy checking a lion to giving an enema to a rhino and encounters with a shaman from the Tsaatan reindeer herders in the mountains of Mongolia. I enjoy weaving African and other folktales into accounts of my own experiences with animals. In Africa I have worked in Kenya, Uganda, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa and Cameroon. In North America I have worked on species as diverse as polar bears, wood bison, seals, wolves, moose and elk. For thirty years I have worked on a wide variety of deer species on four continents. If you entered this blog directly you might like to take a look at pictures and extracts of my three books "Wrestling With Rhinos", "The Trouble With Lions" and "Of Moose and Men" that you can find on my web site at www.jerryhaigh. ...
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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has confirmed a positive case of Bluetongue virus in Ontario as part of routine surveillance testing.. Bluetongue is not contagious, but is spread by biting midges and can infect cattle, bison, deer, goats and sheep. There is no human health or food safety risk and the virus cannot survive outside the biting midge or animal host. The virus also cannot be spread through contact with animal carcasses or other animal products (meat, fibre).. Cattle and goats show very few clinical signs of infection. Cattle may exhibit a mild to moderate fever, and swelling of the coronary band above the hoof, so they walk stiffly and are reluctant to get up. Other symptoms include: nasal discharge, swelling of the head and neck, runny eyes, swelling and sores in the mouth, and drooling. Goats tend to exhibit mild to moderate fever, runny eyes and drooling. The disease can only be confirmed by a lab test and there is no treatment.. The strain detected in Ontario is native ...
... bison, mammoth and woolly rhinos.[18] Around 6000BC the ice sheet over the North Sea melted, sea levels rose and the meltwaters ...
... while North American people made use of bison fibers. Throughout the world, vegetable fibers such as grass, nettle, and hemp ...
Blackley began the 2010 season with the New York Mets' AAA affiliate Buffalo Bisons, but the Mets released him on 2 May. ...
A dogfight during this airstrike caused an Indian MiG-21 Bison warplane to be shot down and its pilot, Wing Commander ... that an Indian pilot was missing in action after a MiG-21 Bison fighter plane was lost while engaging with Pakistani jets.[102] ...
... the wood bison, can exceed 900 kg, and the largest surviving Nearctic migrant to South America, Baird's tapir, can reach 400 kg ...
Native wild species like deer and bison in North America would be cheaper[51] and potentially have less impact on the ... and bison as resources of red meat show the worst efficiency; poultry and eggs come out best. [5] ... "Are bison the answer to sustainable meat?". Archived from the original on 2 December 2014. Retrieved 1 March 2016.. ...
In Sweden, meatballs are called köttbullar (literally "meat buns") come in a few different types, all typically small, and the international influence is great, perhaps the greatest from Sweden and Spain. They are usually eaten with potatoes or pasta. Some common additions are various vegetables, ketchup, various spices, etc. are made with ground beef or a mix of ground beef, pork and sometimes veal or venison, sometimes including breadcrumbs soaked in milk, finely chopped (fried) onions, some broth and often including cream. They are seasoned with white pepper or allspice and salt.[9][10] Swedish meatballs are traditionally served with gravy, boiled potatoes, lingonberry jam, and sometimes pickled cucumber.[9] Traditionally, they are small, around 2-3 centimetres (0.79-1.18 in) in diameter although larger meatballs are often served at restaurants.[11] In 2018 a Swedish Twitter account claimed that what we know as Swedish meatballs are based on a Turkish recipe[12] and King Charles XII used ...
Ta ostatnia obejmowała Camelops hesternus, Bison antiquus, Capromeryx minor, Equus occidentalis i Paramylodon harlani, pasące ...
Concentrating solar plants in the Mojave Desert have brought up issues of water use, because concentrating solar power plants with wet-cooling systems have high water-consumption intensities compared to other types of electric power plants; only fossil-fuel plants with carbon-capture and storage may have higher water intensities.[37] A 2013 study comparing various sources of electricity found that the median water consumption during operations of concentrating solar power plants with wet cooling was 810 gal/MWhr for power tower plants and 890 gal/MWhr for trough plants. This was higher than the operational water consumption (with cooling towers) for nuclear (720 gal/MWhr), coal (530 gal/MWhr), or natural gas (210 gal/MWhr).[38] A 2011 study by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory came to similar conclusions: for power plants with cooling towers, water consumption during operations was 865 gal/MWhr for CSP trough, 786 gal/MWhr for CSP tower, 687 gal/MWhr for coal, 672 gal/MWhr for nuclear, ...
Yaks: The Bison of Tibet. *more Information about Yaks / Wildyaks. *Як на Яндекс. Словари (словарь «Кругосвет») ...
The decline of the Siberian Musk Deer's population began in China where most of the deer population was abundant. Most notably in the Sichuan plains, the musk production was accounted for 80% of the domestic trade in the 1950s.[4] New sightings of musk deer was later spotted in the upper northeast Asia and Russia; these spotted places soon opened their own musk market. After the 1980s, the production begins to steadily decline due to hunting for their musk glands. Then the cycle of over-harvesting the deer's musk continued until the exploitation severely reduced the musk deer's population. Another threat comes from the habitat loss by deforestation. For a long period, China cut more of its forest than they could replant. 200million cm3[4] of China's forest recourses were cut down in the past 25 years in order to harvest the timber stock in trade for commerce. Deforestation is a severe threat to the musk deer's long term survival because the deer can only live in a few areas. ...
Meat, bison, beef and others (various parts). 1.5-2.0 Gelatin desserts. 1.96 ...
In all but one species (the willow ptarmigan), males are polygamous. Many species have elaborate courtship displays on the ground at dawn and dusk, which in some are given in leks. The displays feature males' brightly colored combs and in some species, brightly colored inflatable sacs on the sides of their necks. The males display their plumage, give vocalizations that vary widely between species, and may engage in other activities, such as drumming or fluttering their wings, rattling their tails, and making display flights. Occasionally, males fight.[6] The nest is a shallow depression or scrape on the ground-often in cover-with a scanty lining of plant material. The female lays one clutch, but may replace it if the eggs are lost. She begins to lay about a week after mating and lays one egg every day or two; the clutch comprises five to 12 eggs. The eggs have the shape of hen's eggs and are pale yellow, sparsely spotted with brown. On laying the second-last or last egg, the female starts 21 to ...
Bison Books-University of Nebraska Press. p. 13. ISBN 978-0-8032-8245-2. .. ...
After the First World War, national research and development in Canada was organized under the National Research Council (NRC). The NRC was founded in 1925 based on a wartime British recommendation to establish military laboratories in Canada, but by that time the main priorities were developing domestic university and industrial research and civilian projects.[3] Greater interest in military applied research arrived in 1935[4] when Major-General Andrew McNaughton became President of the NRC.[5]; in the period before the Second World War the NRC undertook research in radar, aviation medicine, artillery, aircraft, gas masks, and metallic magnesium production.[6] Chalmers Jack Mackenzie became acting President at the onset of the Second World War when McNaughton assumed an operational command within the Canadian Army[5], formally succeeding McNaughton in 1944.[7] Following the fall of France in June 1940, the NRC assumed control of all Canadian scientific research and responsible for applying it ...
Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA from an extinct bison dated 17,000 years before the present. Clinical Infectious ...
Clovis point in situ near a bison mandible and mammoth bone at the Lehner site, 1955. Higher-resolution photo linked at source. ... Bones of a variety of game-twelve immature mammoths, one horse, one tapir, several bison, one camel, one bear, several rabbits ...
The 2017-18 Korisliiga season was the 78th season of the top professional basketball league in Finland. The season started on 28 September 2017 and ended on 18 May 2018.[1] Kataja Basket were the defending champions, but Kauhajoki Karhu achieved their first title ever. ...
Bison M-4 / M-6 Blackjack Tu-160 Blinder Tu-22 Blowlamp Il-54 ...
"American Bison Exhibit - Smithsonian's National Zoo". NationalZoo.si.edu. Retrieved January 14, 2019.. ... The zoo opened a new American Bison Exhibit on August 30, 2014 as part of their 125th anniversary celebration.[39] The exhibit ... American bison, our #NationalMammal, were among the 1st species in our care. This photo was taken at the @smithsonian b/t 1887 ... such as bison and beaver, which were rapidly vanishing from North America.[15] ...
Kemerosotan populasi bison ini yang menjadi sumber utama untuk kehidupan kaum Indian dataran, menyebabkan kewujudan budaya ... Sepanjang setengah abad lebih, hampir 40 juta ekor bison Amerika disembelih untuk kulit dan dagingnya serta memudahkan peluasan ...
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... terdapat pada bukti adanya penyakit tersebut di dalam bangkai bison yang berasal dari sekira 17.000 tahun lalu.[91] Namun, ... "Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA from an extinct bison dated 17,000 years before the present". Clin. Infect. Dis. 33 (3 ...
American bison. (Bison bison) 60 Bengal fox. (Vulpes bengalensis) 60 Gypsy moth. (Lymantria dispar dispar) 62 ...
Bison, antelope, and deer were the best animals to hunt for food. Travelers also ate berries that grew along the Trail, partly ...
Cave paintings indicate that the European bison is a natural hybrid of the aurochs and the steppe bison.[36][37] ... "Cave Paintings Help Unravel the Mystery of the 'Higgs Bison'". Smithsonian. Retrieved 20 October 2016.. ... "Early cave art and ancient DNA record the origin of European bison". Nature Communications. 7: 13158. doi:10.1038/ncomms13158 ...
Bison bison) within the park and to prevent the possible spread of brucellosis from bison to cattle outside of park boundaries ... NPS supports the effort to quarantine bison on the Fort Peck Reservation and to allow more bison to migrate into Montana in ... The state of Montana strictly limits how many bison can migrate into the state, and all bison intentionally transferred into ... A predetermined number of bison are removed from Yellowstone National Park every winter under the Interagency Bison Management ...
Bison schoetensacki turns out to be a sister species of Bison bonasus, excluding the steppe bison Bison priscus as a direct ... has been proposed to originate either from the extinct steppe/extant American bison lineage or from the extinct Bison ... Bison schoetensacki remains are documented in Eurasian Middle Pleistocene sites, but their presence in Upper Pleistocene sites ... In this paper, we analyzed a 36,000-year-old Bison schoetensaki bone sample from the Siréjol cave (France) and a cave hyena ...
What really happened to the bison. *Life and Century Club Member Recognition ...
... a disease found primarily in elk and bison that can spread to livestock and result in animals aborting their young. ...
No one knows how many bison were in America before Columbus arrived but the guesstimate is about sixty million. They were the ... The Greater Yellowstone ecosystem is the only place in the lower 48 states where an endemic population of wild bison has ... Although we often associate bison with rolling prairies, they are more adapted for living in woodland habitats than the ... Perhaps no other animal symbolizes the American West like the American bison. In prehistoric times millions of these ...
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... including the plains bison, at World Wildlife Fund. Learn about the ways WWF works to conserve a future where people live in ... Adopt a Bison Make a symbolic bison adoption to help save some of the worlds most endangered animals from extinction and ... How bison helped shape the Northern Great Plains. At one point over 30-60 plains million bison roamed across North America. ... Social & Political Support of Bison Reintroduction. A limited constituency for public bison herds in rural regions of the ...
Bison - IPTables Script generator. DESCRIPTION Bison can be used to generate a firewall script for your Linux box. It doesnt ... bison_finish. Call this method last, and dont forget. It cleans everything up and checks for errors. Also, it can print out a ... use Bison; override_global({ip_address =, 10.1.1.5}); # drop everything by default default_policy({ INPUT =, DROP, FORWARD ... bison_finish(); Obviously the above script would lock you out of your system. But it shows its a lot easier to write a bit of ...
See section The Bison Parser Algorithm. Generalized LR (GLR) A parsing algorithm that can handle all context-free grammars, ... See section The Bison Parser Algorithm. Reentrant A reentrant subprogram is a subprogram which can be in invoked any number of ... See section From Formal Rules to Bison Input. Start symbol The nonterminal symbol that stands for a complete valid utterance in ... The class of context-free grammars that Bison (like most other parser generators) can handle; a subset of LR(1). See section ...
... while fueling anger over how authorities are attempting to control the size of the countrys largest bison herd. ... A policy change that expanded bison hunting in Montana has led to a surge in the number of animals killed, ... Montana Wrangles Over Bison Population While Indian Tribes Laud Expanded Roaming and Hunting Area, Some Residents Complain ... A policy change that expanded bison hunting in Montana has led to a surge in the number of animals killed, while fueling anger ...
The number of Yellowstone National Park bison killed through disease management and hunting is on track to hit an all-time high ... A state-federal agreement signed in 2000 was intended to give bison more room to roam outside the park, but that has largely ... The number of Yellowstone National Park bison killed through disease management and hunting is on track to hit an all-time high ... The planned slaughter of those animals would bring to 1,090 the number of bison killed by government agencies and hunters this ...
The post 2020 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison: Review appeared first on autoNXT.net. ... 2020 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison: Review. By Perry Stern of AutoNXT , , PREVIOUS SLIDE SLIDE 1 of 15 NEXT SLIDE , ... Available in a variety of trim levels, the Colorado that really stands out from the crowd is the off-road-ready ZR2 Bison. With ... 2020 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison. The Colorado is Chevrolets player in the midsize pickup truck segment. ...
Subspecies: athabascae (woods); bison (plains). *Name/History: In the late 1800s, bison almost became extinct. They were saved ... Habitat/Range: At one time, bison roamed North America from Alaska to northern Mexico and western California to western New ... by the American Bison Society. Often called buffalo by early scientists who thought they were related to the Africa/Asian water ...
... loaded with spicy ground bison meat, fire-roasted tomatoes, and jalapenos. ... Kick off game day with a touchdown-worthy dip, loaded with ground bison meat, tomatoes and cheese. Bring it all together with ...
The park is also known for its hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, from which might be seen animals such as bison, deer ... The park is also known for its hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, from which might be seen animals such as bison, deer ... The park is also known for its hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, from which might be seen animals such as bison, deer ...
The lodge was built by Captain Forsyth for his own use in 1862, and also housed the regions Forest Department for more than half a century. This is where you must come for permits and 4WDs to visit sites in the Pachmarhi area that fall within the Satpura Tiger Reserves core zone - its usually pr…
Beneath the remains of at least 68 butchered bison, prehistoric hunters had pressed collections of bison bones deep into the ... Bison Bone Mystery. Romes Earliest Fort. A Parisian Plague Finding Lost African Homelands. Neanderthal Necklace Slime Molds ... Bubel says that while prehistoric Native Americans were known to use upright bison bones as anvils or to tie down tepees, none ... In southern Alberta, University of Lethbridge archaeologist Shawn Bubel and her team were excavating a bison kill site dating ...
Millions once roamed the grasslands and prairies of the Great Plains, but today the bison population survives primarily in ... American bison are North Americas largest terrestrial animals. ... Bos bison bison) and wood bison (Bos bison athabascae) are the ... On the average, bison ingest 1.6 percent of their body mass per day of dry vegetation. Bison require water every day as well. ... American bison. The largest terrestrial animals in North America, bison once roamed in herds numbering in the millions ...
08 is a Rye Beer style beer brewed by Bison Brewing in Berkeley, CA. 3.59 average with 118 ratings, reviews and opinions. ... Bison Brewing California, United States. bisonbrew.com Style: Rye Beer Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.50% Availability: Limited ( ... Overall, Bison Reunion Beer 2008 is a beer worth seeking out if you like rye beers, but it is not something that I would pick ... When I got home I saw the Bison logo on the top and about 2 seconds of looking at the bottle later - I realized this was no ...
... By J.R. Pegg WASHINGTON, DC, March 21, 2007 (ENS) - The fate of the Yellowstone bison ... The plan allows federal and state officials to try and haze the bison back into the park - bison that cannot be moved back are ... But if the population of bison within the park exceeds 3,000, the Park Service can slaughter the bison without testing for the ... The current herd size is about 3,600 bison. Although only two bison were slaughtered this winter under the plan, federal and ...
... BUFFALO AT FERMILAB. Physics is our mission, but buffalo may be Fermilabs main attraction for ... Wilson brought the first American bison, a bull and four cows, to Fermilab in 1969; and in 1971 the Illinois Department of ...
10 Skulls of Bison bison athabascae and B. b. bison. 11 Map of bison distribution and movements in historic times. 12 Bison ... 48 Bison horning effects on a lodgepole pine. 49 Bull bison at a wallow which is used year after year. 50 A bison trail, Hayden ... 24 Bison population trends from population counts, 1936-68. 25 Trench left in soft snow by traveling bison. 26 Bull bison ... 15 Bison shedding old hair, mid-summer. 16 Wisps of shed bison hair on a branch of a lodgepole pine. 17 Newly-born calves in a ...
... Vincent Dedet vDedet.pointvet at invivo.remcomp.fr Tue Oct 15 16:02:41 EST 1996 *Previous message: rare ... I dont precipitate but I thing as all mammals, bisons are susceptible to, at least, cryptosporidium parvum infestation. ...
Bison hunting National Bison Day (1 November in the United States) Yellowstone Park bison herd Pile of Bones was the original ... Wallowing is a common behavior of bison. A bison wallow is a shallow depression in the soil, either wet or dry. Bison roll in ... The North American species is composed of two subspecies, the Plains bison, B. b. bison, and the Wood bison, B. b. athabascae, ... The first census of the bison occurred in 1996, which recorded 45,235 bison on 745 farms, and grew to 195,728 bison on 1,898 ...
All other Cattle and Bison. *TB-Free States and Zones. Cattle or bison, excluding dairy breed females (see above), may move ... Current: Indiana Entry Health Requirements: CATTLE AND BISON. Indiana Entry Health Requirements: CATTLE AND BISON. Entry ... Indianas cattle and bison identification, movement, and testing laws can be viewed in more detail in 345 IAC 1-2, 345 IAC 1-3- ... Permits for cattle and bison may be obtained at any time by visiting www.in.gov/boah/2661.htm, or Monday through Friday, ...
  • Bison schoetensacki turns out to be a sister species of Bison bonasus , excluding the steppe bison Bison priscus as a direct ancestor of the European bison. (biomedcentral.com)
  • During the Middle and Upper Pleistocene, the large Bovidae in Europe and in northern Asia chiefly included the aurochs, Bos primigenius (Bojanus, 1827), and two bison species, the steppe bison and the woodland bison. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The European bison ( Bison bonasus ), now found in Europe and the Caucasus, has been proposed to originate either from the extinct steppe/extant American bison lineage or from the extinct Bison schoetensacki lineage. (biomedcentral.com)
  • In this paper, we analyzed a 36,000-year-old Bison schoetensaki bone sample from the Siréjol cave (France) and a cave hyena coprolite (fossilized feces) found in a nearby cave and containing large amounts of Bovinae DNA. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The steppe bison, Bison priscus (Bojanus, 1827), was very common and exhibited a wide geographic distribution stretching from western Europe, through Central Asia and Beringia, and into North America. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Despite extensive genetic studies carried out on the steppe and European bison, no remains from the fossil record morphologically identified as Bison schoetensacki has been analyzed up to now. (biomedcentral.com)
  • a ) Black dots indicate sites where Bison schoetensacki remains have been reported in previous studies. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Its size was almost as large as that of Bison priscus but its leg bones and metapodials were slenderer than those of Bison priscus [ 2 , 3 ]. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Bison priscus became extinct in Europe at the end of the last Ice Age, about 12,000 years ago [ 1 ]. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The geographic distribution of Bison schoetensacki extended from western Europe to the south of Siberia, but unlike Bison priscus , Bison schoetensacki was absent from Beringia and North America. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Post-workout/lunch was handful of sautéed dandelion greens, sweet potatoes, plantains and s bison burger. (purelytwins.com)
  • Contains bison, venison and lamb for a blend of quality animal protein sources to meet the needs of your special pet. (petcarerx.com)
  • ORIJEN's Regional Red recipe features ranch-raised Black Angus beef, wild boar, Alberta lamb, heritage pork and bison all raised from local ranches. (concordpetfoods.com)
  • Featuring prime beef, bison, and locally sourced ingredients paired with an extensive selection of wines. (santafe.org)
  • This particular site is - the best way to put it is that there is no way that bison bone would have ended up where it was without humans having a role in it. (archaeology-world.com)
  • They lived alongside a menagerie of large mammals, including mammoths, rhinos, horses and bison. (scientificamerican.com)
  • Ruminants such as bison, cattle, sheep and goats are highly susceptible, and horses can also be infected.Anthrax is a very serious disease of livestock because it can potentially cause the rapid loss of a large number of animals in a very short time. (zimbabwesituation.com)
  • The exact location of the Ogburn-Golden Bison Jump is confidential for the time being, to preserve the opportunity for study. (archaeology-world.com)
  • So, when last I left you, I was flying down the interstate at upwards of 80 mph, praying out loud, while my dear husband, the Big Bison, was riding in the ambulance that was making a path for us. (thatsusanwilliams.com)
  • Great Dog Bison Scappy Snacks are crunchy, durable, full of chrondroitin sulfate, glucosamine, collagen and your dog will love the long chewing enjoyment he/she gets from these chews! (prestigeproductseast.com)
  • We can't keep the public away from bison and bears every year at full staffing levels. (mercurynews.com)