Fleshy and reddish outgrowth of skin tissue found on top of the head, attached to the sides of the head, and hanging from the mandible of birds such as turkeys and chickens.
A plant genus of the family FABACEAE. The gums and tanning agents obtained from Acacia are called GUM ARABIC. The common name of catechu is more often used for Areca catechu (ARECA).
Examination of foods to assure wholesome and clean products free from unsafe microbes or chemical contamination, natural or added deleterious substances, and decomposition during production, processing, packaging, etc.
Infection of domestic and wild fowl and other BIRDS with INFLUENZA A VIRUS. Avian influenza usually does not sicken birds, but can be highly pathogenic and fatal in domestic POULTRY.
The type species of the genus INFLUENZAVIRUS A that causes influenza and other diseases in humans and animals. Antigenic variation occurs frequently between strains, allowing classification into subtypes and variants. Transmission is usually by aerosol (human and most non-aquatic hosts) or waterborne (ducks). Infected birds shed the virus in their saliva, nasal secretions, and feces.
An acute viral infection in humans involving the respiratory tract. It is marked by inflammation of the NASAL MUCOSA; the PHARYNX; and conjunctiva, and by headache and severe, often generalized, myalgia.
A subtype of INFLUENZA A VIRUS comprised of the surface proteins hemagglutinin 5 and neuraminidase 1. The H5N1 subtype, frequently referred to as the bird flu virus, is endemic in wild birds and very contagious among both domestic (POULTRY) and wild birds. It does not usually infect humans, but some cases have been reported.
The largest country in North America, comprising 10 provinces and three territories. Its capital is Ottawa.
Warm-blooded VERTEBRATES possessing FEATHERS and belonging to the class Aves.
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A tradeoff between immunocompetence and sexual ornamentation in domestic fowl. (1/33)

Females often select their mates on the basis of the size or intensity of sexual ornaments, and it is thought that such traits are reliable indicators of male quality because the costliness of these traits prevents cheating. The immunocompetence handicap hypothesis is a recently proposed mechanistic explanation of these costs and states that males carry ornaments at the expense of their resistance to disease and parasites. The tradeoff between immunocompetence and sexual ornamentation was hypothesized to arise as a consequence of the dual effect of androgens on ornamentation (+) and immune function (-). To test this hypothesis, we compared comb size between male domestic chickens Gallus domesticus of lines divergently selected for antibody responses to sheep erythrocytes (three lines: selected for low response or high response and a control line). The importance of comb size in inter- and intrasexual selection is well established, and comb size is strongly dependent on testosterone level. Comb size was larger in the males of the low line than in the high line, and comb size of control males was intermediate, indicating a tradeoff between ornamentation and immunocompetence. Testosterone (T) levels varied in a similar fashion (TLow > TControl > THigh), suggesting that this hormone could mediate the tradeoff between ornamentation and immunocompetence. These results support the idea that a tradeoff with immune function may constrain the expression of secondary sexual ornaments.  (+info)

Inter-ocular interference and circadian regulation of the chick electroretinogram. (2/33)

Illumination of a chick's eye allows light to pass through to the retina of the contralateral eye. Electroretinographic (ERG) recording employing the scalp or comb as a reference results in shorter implicit time, higher amplitude and lower sensitivity during the day than during the night in a light:dark (LD) cycle and in constant darkness (DD). ERG recordings employing the contralateral eye as reference abolishes rhythmicity or reverses the phase angle (higher amplitudes at night). This is probably due to light transmission through the eyes to elicit visual responses in the reference. The contralateral eye is a poor choice for reference in birds and obscures physiological analyses of clock control of vision.  (+info)

Central effects of clonidine 2-(2,6-dichlorophenylamino)-2-imidazoline hydrochloride in fowls. (3/33)

1 The effects of clonidine infused into the IIIrd cerebral ventricle, the hypothalamus or intravenously were studied on behaviour, electrocortical activity, body, comb and leg temperatures, respiration and carbon dioxide elimination in adult and young fowls (Gallus domesticus). 2 Behavioural and electrocortical slow wave sleep were induced by clonidine infused into IIIrd cerebral ventricle, the hypothalamus or intravenously. Suprisingly, sleep elicited by intravenous clonidine was much longer-lasting than that induced by an identical dose given intraventricularly. 3 Body temperature was lowered by clonidine given intraventricularly or infused into the hypothalamus. Depending on initial comb temperature and ambient temperature, comb temperature was elevated, unaffected or lowered as body temperature fell; temperature of the unfeathered legs also rose as body temperature declined after clonidine. 4 Following clonidine, but before any considerable decline of body temperature, tachypnoea and wing abduction developed; during recovery of body temperature, the wings were lowered and applied closely to the trunk and the feathers partly erected. 5 CO2 elimination fell more swiftly than body temperature following intrahypothalamic clonidine in young chicks; initial recovery developed sooner than that of body temperature, but eventual recovery was delayed compared to that for body temperature. The effects of clonidine were much more marked in young chicks studied at an ambient temperature below thermoneutrality as compared to thermoneutrality. 6 The soporific effects of clonidine were attenuated by intraventricular phentolamine; its hypothermic effects were prevented by phenoxybenzamine and prevented or attenuated by phentolamine. Intraventricular atropine, haloperidol, methysergide and propranolol were ineffective. 7 Larger doses of intraventricular phentolamine elicited shivering, tachypnoea and wing abduction; body temperature was elevated, to the extent even of lethal hyperthermia. Intraventricular atropine also elevated body temperature. 8 Clonidine infused intravenously, intraventricularly or into the hypothalamus, replaced the behavioural and electrocortical arousal evoked with dexamphetamine, by sleep associated with slow wave electrocortical activity.  (+info)

Effects of bisphenol-A on the growth of comb and testes of male chicken. (4/33)

Bisphenol-A (BPA) has been reported to have some xenoestrogenic effects on the reproductive system of male animals. In this study, we examined the growth of combs and testes of the male chickens exposed to BPA. White leghorn male chicks were administered 200 mg BPA orally every week from 2 wk of age. The combs and testes were examined at 16 wk of age. The body growth showed no significant difference between BPA-administered and control birds. However, the weight of the combs and testes were lower in the BPA-treated birds. Histologically, testes of the control birds were well matured; the seminiferous tubuli were filled with sperm. In contrast, the testes of most of the BPA-treated birds showed an immature appearance with smaller seminiferous tubuli and limited spermatogenesis. These findings suggest that the xenoestrogenic property of BPA might disturb the growth of the comb and testes of male chickens by a possible endocrine disrupting mechanism.  (+info)

In vivo requirement for silicon in articular cartilage and connective tissue formation in the chick. (5/33)

Studies were undertaken to determine further effects of silicon deficiency in the chick. The diet and experimental conditions were the same as those used in previous studies to demonstrate the essentiality of silicon for growth and development. Skeletal and other abnormalities involving glycosaminoglycans in formation of articular cartilage and comb connective tissue were found to be associated with silicon deficiency. The bones of 1 day-old deutectomized cockerels fed a silicon supplemented diet and killed at 4 weeks of age had significantly greater amounts of articular cartilage and water as compared with the silicon deficient group and also a greater proportion of hexosamine in the cartilage. The greater water content in bones of the silicon supplemented chicks coincided with a larger content of glycosaminoglycans in the articular cartilage. A similar relationship was obtained in cockerel comb. In addition to larger amounts of connective tissue and of total hexosamine in combs of the supplemented group, a higher percentage of hexosamine and a higher silicon content was found. These findings provide the first evidence for a requirement for silicon in articular cartilage and connective tissue formation and that the site of action of silicon is in the glycosaminoglycan-protein complexes of the ground substance.  (+info)

Defective reproductive organ morphology and function in domestic rooster embryonically exposed to o,p'-DDT or ethynylestradiol. (6/33)

Environmental pollutants with estrogenic activity have a potential to disrupt estrogen-dependent developmental processes. The objective of this study was to investigate if embryonic exposure to the environmental estrogens o,p'-DDT (1-(2-chlorophenyl)-1-(4-chlorophenyl)-2,2,2-trichloroethane; 37, 75, 150 or 300 microg/g egg) and EE2 (17alpha-ethynyl estradiol; 60 ng/g egg) affects the reproductive system in domestic roosters. Following egg injection on Embryonic Day 4, the newly hatched chicks were sexed by cloacal inspection. A skewed phenotypic sex ratio with overrepresentation of chicks deemed as females was observed in the groups exposed to the three highest doses of o,p'-DDT but not in the EE2-exposed group. Normal sex ratios were observed in all groups at adulthood. However, a cloacal deformation seemed to remain in the adult roosters, causing an abnormal semen flow upon semen collection. Semen yield was significantly reduced in both o,p'-DDT-exposed and EE2- exposed birds, whereas semen quality was unaffected. When killed, deformations of the left testis were found in all treatment groups. Image analysis revealed a reduced seminiferous tubular area in the roosters exposed to the two highest doses of o,p'-DDT. Embryonic exposure to o,p'-DDT caused decreased comb weight and right-spur diameter, while EE2 only affected right-spur diameter. In conclusion, this study shows that embryonic exposure to estrogenic compounds can induce permanent effects in male birds. The effects of the two studied compounds were partly similar but o,p'-DDT also induced alterations not seen in the EE2-treated birds.  (+info)

Effect of a natural extract of chicken combs with a high content of hyaluronic acid (Hyal-Joint) on pain relief and quality of life in subjects with knee osteoarthritis: a pilot randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial. (7/33)

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Pathology and virus distribution in chickens naturally infected with highly pathogenic avian influenza A virus (H7N7) During the 2003 outbreak in The Netherlands. (8/33)

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The Red Wattle hog, or Red Wattle pig, is a breed of domestic pig originating in the United States. It is named for its red color and distinctive wattles or tassels, and is on the threatened list of the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC). Red Wattle hogs are characterized by their red coat and distinctive wattles. They typically weigh 600-800 pounds (270-360 kg). Large specimens can reach 1,200 pounds (540 kg) in weight, 4 feet (120 cm) in height and 8 feet (240 cm) in length. They normally have 10 -15 piglets per litter. They grow fast, forage well, and are hardy, mild-tempered and resistant to disease. They are suitable for extensive management. The early history of the Red Wattle hog is not clear. The modern breed descends from animals found in East Texas in the late 1960s and early 1970s by H. C. Wengler, who cross-bred two wattled red sows with a Duroc boar to start the Wengler Red Waddle line. Other animals were found, also in East Texas, about 20 years later by Robert ...
COLON - If there is one thing that can draw a family together with a single purpose, its a bunch of old bones.. Old bones have sent the Ansel Wattles family to museums, prompted talks with paleontologists and caused a search for information about prehistoric creatures ever since the skeletal remains of a mastodon were discovered on the family farm.. Weve been studying up on mastodons, said Wattles, looking at the rows of weary brown bones arranged on boards in a building behind the familys home on Jackson Road. When Spring comes, were going back to the field and look for more bones.. Digs to date have turned up 10,000 year old teeth, leg bones, ribs, vertebrae and pieces of skull and tusk that once belonged to the elephant-like vegetarian.. It was a seven-inch-long tooth that started it all. Wattles found it last fall while combining in a field of soybeans.. I saw some white showing against the green soybeans, it was sticking up among the plants, he said. I didnt know what it was, ...
TY - GEN. T1 - Evaluation of formaldehyde emission of pine and wattle tannin-based adhesives by gas chromatography. AU - Kim, S.. AU - Kim, H. J.. PY - 2004/4. Y1 - 2004/4. N2 - Formaldehyde emissions from wood particleboards bonded with pine and wattle tannin-based adhesives, using hardeners paraformaldehyde, hexamethylenetetramine and TN (tris(hydroxyl)nitromethan), were measured by the perforator method (DIN EN 120-European Committee For Standardization 1991). All particleboards made using the wattle tannin systems with the three different hardeners were satisfied grade E1, while in the case of pine tannin only the use of the hexamine hardener led to grade E1 being satisfied. This tendency was attributed to the curing mechanism of the hardener, the reactivity of the tannin molecule toward formaldehyde and the fast reactivity toward formaldehyde of pine tannin, due to the inclusion of phloroglucinolic A-rings within its molecular structure. Hexamine was effective at reducing formaldehyde ...
Also known as Red Wattle or Scratchy Wattle, this large shrub is a common component of the pindan vegetation in the Dampier Peninsula. Its reddish brown bark that continuously peels in small curly flakes leaves the tree looking like it has a coat of red curly hair. Traditionally Kimberley Aboriginal people made digging and clapping sticks, boomerangs and spear heads out of…
Comb type in poultry is controlled by two pairs of genes. They are the rose loci and the pea loci where P represents the gene for a rose comb and p the gene for single comb and P the gene for pea comb and p the gene for single comb. A single comb bird will carry the following genes (rrpp), a rose comb bird will carry (RRpp or Rrpp) a pea combed bird will carry (rrPP or rrPp) and a walnut combed bird will carry (RRPP or RrPP or RRPp or RrPp). If a bird carries at least one rose comb gene and one pea comb gene( R_P_) it will have a walnut comb. Further evidence to support the view that Australian Silkies (and possibly those shown overseas) are rose comb (R_pp) and not true walnut comb is provided by the size of the wattles and the absence of a breast ridge in our Silkies. Birds carrying two copies of the pea comb gene (PP) have very small wattles, birds carrying one copy of the pea comb gene (Pp) have a significant reduction in their wattle size and birds not carrying the pea comb gene (pp) have ...
Comb type in poultry is controlled by two pairs of genes. They are the rose loci and the pea loci where P represents the gene for a rose comb and p the gene for single comb and P the gene for pea comb and p the gene for single comb. A single comb bird will carry the following genes (rrpp), a rose comb bird will carry (RRpp or Rrpp) a pea combed bird will carry (rrPP or rrPp) and a walnut combed bird will carry (RRPP or RrPP or RRPp or RrPp). If a bird carries at least one rose comb gene and one pea comb gene( R_P_) it will have a walnut comb. Further evidence to support the view that Australian Silkies (and possibly those shown overseas) are rose comb (R_pp) and not true walnut comb is provided by the size of the wattles and the absence of a breast ridge in our Silkies. Birds carrying two copies of the pea comb gene (PP) have very small wattles, birds carrying one copy of the pea comb gene (Pp) have a significant reduction in their wattle size and birds not carrying the pea comb gene (pp) have ...
Acacia pubescens, also known as the downy wattle, is an endangered species of wattle found in the Sydney Basin in central New South Wales. Much of its habitat has vanished with the growth of the city of Sydney. French botanist Étienne Pierre Ventenat described the downy wattle in 1803, in his Jardin de la Malmaison as Mimosa pubescens. It had been grown at the Château de Malmaison in the garden of the Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais. Robert Brown gave it its current name in 1813 in Hortus Kewensis. Common names include downy wattle and hairy-stemmed wattle. Derived from the Latin pubescens hairy, the species name relates to the hairy stems. George Bentham classified A. pubescens in the series Botrycephalae in his 1864 Flora Australiensis. Queensland botanist Les Pedley reclassified the species as Racosperma pubescens in 2003, when he proposed placing almost all Australian members of the genus into the new genus Racosperma. However, this name is treated as a synonym of its original name. ...
A roosters wattles come in flexible pairs that dangle beneath the beak, while its comb is a single structure prominently affixed to the top of the head.
Hi All I need some help here, I am a beginner for back yard chickens. Recently I found out two of my girls have some black patches on their wattle,...
Written by: Dr. Jacquie Jacob, University of Kentucky. Wattles refers to the flap of skin under the chin of a chicken or turkey.. ...
The ladies at Bush Medijina pick Merrika (Broad Leaved Wattle) leaves to make their much-loved Skin Sanity and Soothe balm. Traditionally Dumburumba is used for treating sores, cuts, stings and skin rashes. This balm comes with Coconut Oil base and can be rubbed on the body in areas as needed or used as a general body
Kowmung Wattle Bushy shrub or tree 2-6 (- 10) m high. Branchlets often pruinose, with indumentum of sparse to moderate, minute, appressed, straight hairs. Phyllodes narrowly oblong-elliptic to oblanceolate, 3.5-6.5 cm long, 4-10 mm wide, mucronulate, thin, glaucous, with indumentum as on branchlets (young tips greyish white due to denser indumentum), 1-nerved; lateral nerves obscure; gland 2-7 mm above pulvinus, submerged and swollen within the lamina in a pouch fashion like in A. kettlewelliae . Inflorescences racemose; raceme axes 1.5-4 cm long, with indumentum as on branchlets; peduncles 2-4 mm long; heads globular, small, 7-9-flowered, bright light golden. Flowers 5-merous; sepals free; ovary glabrous. Pods raised over seeds along midline, to 6 cm long, 7-10 mm wide, firmly chartaceous, pruinose, glabrous. Seeds longitudinal, oblong-elliptic to slightly ovate, 5.5-6 mm long, shiny, black; aril clavate.. Restricted to the valleys of the Kowmung and adjacent Coxs R. in the Blue Mtns, N.S.W. ...
Max, R.A.; Kimambo, A.E.; Kassuku, A.A.; Mtenga, L.A.; Buttery, P.J. The effect of wattle tannin drenches on gastrointestinal nematodes of tropical sheep and goats during experimental and natural infections. Journal of Agricultural Science (2005) 147 (02) 211. [DOI: 10.1017/S0021859608008368]. ...
An assortment of one sided note cards and natural envelopes featuring various wattle and flora designs by Claire Ishino. Printed carbon neutral in Australia, on 100% post consumer recycled card using vegetable based inks. Blank on one side. 12 cards.
Facial exercises can help eliminate the wattle, also known as a double chin or chin fat. Facercise targets this area safely and effectively.
Rockford - Rosecrance President/CEO Philip Eaton has named longtime Janet Wattles Center administrator Mary Ann Abate to the position of Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Mental Health Services for Rosecrance Health Network.. In this role, Abate will head up the mental health side of Rosecrances behavioral health services. Late last year, Rosecrance and Janet Wattles Center entered into a formal affiliation that created the most comprehensive network of behavioral health care in the state of Illinois.. She understands fully that behavioral healthcare is primary healthcare-that it is equally essential to wellness, Eaton said. Thats the direction this nation is going, and Mary Ann is going to help Rosecrance lead the way in the Midwest.. Abate is uniquely qualified for the post, given her nearly 30-year tenure with Janet Wattles. In addition, she was second in command to long-time Janet Wattles Center President/CEO Frank Ware, who died in February. Most recently, her title with ...
Acacia decurrens (Green wattle). A fast growing, tall tree with dark green, bipinate leaves and clouds of yellow pom-pom flowers, each with five petals and conspicuous stamens, giving a fluffy appearance.
A neck wattle, also known as a turkey neck, detracts from an otherwise youthful-looking face. If youre not ready to go under the knife to trim away...
Acacia podalyriifolia (Queensland wattle). This tree is from Southern Australia it can grow 6m tall and 3m wide, but it is rather short lived. It will produce racemes of fragrant golden yellow flowers which will appear in winter or early spring. The silvery phyllodes are rounded, with a soft, felt-like texture.
The golden wattle is the floral emblem of Australia. It grows from 2 to 10 metres tall and is fast growing, but sadly can be short lived. Adapts to most soils as long as they are free draining, and can take some frost and dry periods. Performs best in temperate climate zones. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male
Also known as Soap or Coles Wattle or Soap Bush this open shrub can grow up to 5 m tall. Its long yellow flowers appear June-July. Tradionally the sticky and unripe pods were crushed up, moistened and rubbed between palms to produce a soap-like lather which removes dirt and was used to clean hands. The pods…
Wattle V Pure Flat Emulsion paint. A very flat, soft, chalky finish suitable for ceilings and walls. Interior use only. This paint is specially tinted for you.
One of the interesting old methods of insulation that was used in Norway piqued my interest and I believe it could work well for wattle and daub walls. Has anyone tried this?
Ok so I went out this morning and my roosters comb was bleeding and it was pretty bad. I dont have another rooster but I have 6 hens. It has clotted....
Its worth bearing in mind that if daytime temperatures stay below freezing then large combed birds or birds with large wattles can get a touch of frostbite and this is most uncomfortable. The most noticeable symptom of this is darkened /black areas on the comb or wattle. One of the preventative measures, other than keeping them inside (something that you may already be doing due to the Avian Influenza), is to apply a small amount of petroleum jelly to the comb or wattle. Continue reading Poultry Keeping - Cold Weather, Food and Water. ...
The badge of the Order of Australia is a convex disc (gold for AKs, ADs and ACs, gilt for AOs, AMs and OAMs) representing the Golden Wattle flower. At the centre is a ring, representing the sea, with the word Australia below two branches of golden wattle. The whole disc is topped by the Crown of St Edward. The AC badge is decorated with citrines, blue enamelled ring, and enamelled crown. The AO badge is similar, without the citrines. For the AM badge, only the crown is enamelled, and the OAM badge is plain. The AK/AD badge is similar to that of the AC badge, but with the difference that it contains at the centre an enamelled disc bearing an image of the coat of arms of Australia.[note 1]. The star for knights and dames is a convex golden disc decorated with citrines, with a blue royally crowned inner disc bearing an image of the coat of arms of Australia.[note 1]. The ribbon of the order is blue with a central stripe of golden wattle flower designs; that of the military division has additional ...
3.0.CO;2-9, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Silkie&oldid=993280119, Articles with dead external links from July 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 9 December 2020, at 19:52. Silkies have purplish-black combs and wattles. They are called walnut combs because they look a lot like a walnut. Hopefully, you now know everything you ever wanted to know about Silkies combs, wattles, and everything in between. In it, he spoke on wool-bearing chickens and ones clothed with hair like that of a black cat. [3] The American Standard of Perfection calls for males that are 36 ounces (1 kg), and females that are 32 ounces (910 grams). The comb is walnut. Silkie hens NEW by: Russ Hall I am looking for someone who has 2 silkie hens that they could part with. Bearded and non-bearded Silkies have a feathery crest, or topknot, on the top of their head. Single comb 2. Their capacity for incubation, which has been selectively bred out of most fowl bred ...
The present study illustrates several striking features of the genetic diversity present in domestic animals. Firstly, the R2 allele exemplifies the evolution of alleles by two or more consecutive mutations. Other examples include the Dominant white allele in pigs which involves a 450 kb duplication encompassing the entire KIT gene combined with a splice mutation in one of the duplicated copies [31] and black spotting in pigs which is determined by the combined effects of two mutations in MC1R, a missense mutation associated with black colour and a somatically unstable two base-pair insertion [32]. Secondly, it represents a new example of how structural rearrangements have contributed to rapid phenotypic evolution observed in domestic animals [33], [34]. The majority of the structural changes reported to be associated with phenotypic effects, like the effects of R1 and R2 on comb morphology, constitute cis-acting regulatory mutations. The altered configurations of regulatory elements on the ...
The wait is the hardest part. Cookbooks are a big part of my life. Im usually juggling a few at a time. I get into one, read some of it, digest a few bites. Then I sit, think about it, and go on to the next. The books give me so many things; stimulus,…
Fall is here and the weather is beautiful here at the beach. There are less people in town but were still bringing the love. I have been posting a lot of picture on instagram and here are some of my favorite ones. Plus a picture of my arm! I have been a bad blogger lately…
In this study, we performed a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial utilizing a supplementary diet containing HA-rich CCE to subjects with mild knee OA (mainly 1-2 of K/L grades). First, we assessed the potential of the oral administration of HA in the management of knee OA, since little information is available on its effect, although the intra-articular administration of HA has almost been established in knee OA. Second, in addition to the symptom-modifying (improving) effect of the oral administration of HA, we examined its potential for a structure-modifying (chondroprotective) effect. Third, we investigated the contribution of ET to the symptomatic and/or chondroprotective effects of the oral administration of HA. For this purpose, subgroup analyses were performed between ET-receivers and ET-unreceivers in the two different groups (active diet and placebo).. The present study revealed that the CCE-containing diet, used as an active diet, has the potential to relieve pain ...
Slender erect tree to 10 m high. Bark smooth, later rough near base, greenish above, grey below. Branchlets terete, apically angled, brown to greenish brown, puberulous; ridges to 0.3 mm high, minutely tuberculate. Young foliage-tips pale yellow to golden, silky. Leaves herbaceous, feathery, dark green; petiole 1-2 cm long, white- or pale yellow appressed-puberulous, with 1conspicuous gland near base of lowest pair of pinnae; rachis 3-5.8 cm long, with 1 gland at base of each pair of pinnae, 1-3 interjugary glands between each pair of pinnae; pinnae (3-) 5-8 pairs, 2.1-7 cm long; pinnules 20-104 pairs, mostly oblong to cultrate, 0.8-3.6 mm long, 0.3-0.7 mm wide, 1-veined, glabrous or ciliolate, apex obtuse. Inflorescences in axillary racemes, or terminal or axillary false-panicles. Heads 14-20-flowered, pale yellow. Pods straight-sided or constricted between seeds, straight or slightly curved, 4-13 cm long, 5-6.5 (-9) mm wide, thinly coriaceous, dull brownish black, sparsely puberulous.. Endemic ...
Everything is done in a split second - in light of the lighting bubble on chin wattle longbeard sees its prey for few moments: it is pale and translucent phantom ray. At the same moment its bait faded off, wattle has moved downwards, and awful jaws have swung open. As if blades from sheath, from epithelium plicae in depth of mouth four acute fangs were straightened. They were stuck in cartilaginous skull of phantom ray and have pierced through it. One top fang has pierced rays brain. But the ray, like the majority of fishes, is remarkable in amazing survivability: while life left its body gradually, mighty fins began flapping like birds wings, and the translucent ghost has rushed off through depths of the ocean, carrying on its body the terrible rider seized its head. But it had last for some minutes only. Movements of fins gradually turned slower and slower, and then rays body has become soft and has hung lifelessly in thickness of water. But the saber-toothed longbeard has begun to move: it ...
A concerned member of the public found the koala above in her yard, and had the insight to feel she was not right as she had been in the same tree, a wattle over a week. She was monitored overnight and was not seen to move from the same branch, or to come down and move to a suitable eucalyptus tree to eat (wattle is not a tree koalas feed from.) When she was taken to the vet it was found she was in very poor body condition. Under anaesthetic it was discovered she had one of the largest ovarian cysts ever seen. Furthermore, she had advanced stages of renal failure and was actually slowly dying. Unfortunately the kindest thing to do was to euthanaise her. This goes to show how easily koalas can mask their symptoms. Although she may look fine to the inexperienced eye, their thick fur disguises the underlying poor condition of the body. This koala had not eaten in days, was very weak and was slowly dying.. Another sad story. A young male koala was seen to be not moving from the one tree for over ...
First - here are we 4 at Colbys yesterday. We look about the same as the last picture, but its always fun to be together and commemorate the little parties with pictures. The girls brought thoughtful little gifts and cards for my retirement. Thanks, Jean, Carol and Charlene! And Randy for doing a good job taking the picture - we all have our eyes open! Charlenes picture was in this weeks Progress with three other area ladies who are on Cross County Farm Bureau Womens committee, attending the Arkansas FB Womens Conference in Little Rock last week. I dont say enough about these sweet friends - Charlene is active in our church and mentors young ladies, sings in our choir and knits (or crochets) baby blankets. Jean is one of our hospitals auxiliary members, active in her church, loves keeping her sweet granddaughter Julia, and is indeed a mature shopper! Carol oversees the hospitals program for assisting people getting prescriptions if they have no other coverage, is active in her ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Tapping mode atomic force microscopy of scleroglucan networks. AU - Vuppu, A. K.. AU - Garcia, Antonio. AU - Vernia, C.. PY - 1997/1/1. Y1 - 1997/1/1. N2 - Tapping mode Atomic Force Microscopy (TniAFM) has been used to study the fungal polysaccharide scleroglucan deposited from aqueous solution and dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) onto a mica surface. The solutions from which the microscope samples were produced were prepared by first dissolving the solid scleroglucan in 0.1M NaOH, then neutralizing the solution with HCl, followed by dilution to the required concentration in either water or DMSO. It was found that from the aqueous solution described above, scleroglucan forms networks. Based on a comparison of the denatured-renatured and aqueous solution samples, nehvork formation is due to the imperfect registration bet\veen the chains fanning the triple helices. The relatively large stiffness of the scleroglucan triple helix is also assumed to contribute to the formation of the ...
Aboriginal Australians have traditionally harvested the seeds of some species, to be ground into flour and eaten as a paste or baked into a cake. The seeds contain as much as 25% more protein than common cereals, and they store well for long periods due to the hard seed coats.[21] In addition to utilizing the edible seed and gum, the people employed the timber for implements, weapons, fuel and musical instruments.[6] In ancient Egypt, an ointment made from the ground leaves of the plant was used to treat hemorrhoids.[23] A number of species, most notably A. mangium (hickory wattle), A. mearnsii (black wattle) and A. saligna (coojong), are economically important and are widely planted globally for wood products, tannin, firewood and fodder.[8] A. melanoxylon (blackwood) and A. aneura (mulga) supply some of the most attractive timbers in the genus.[6] Black wattle bark supported the tanning industries of several countries, and may supply tannins for production of waterproof adhesives.[6]. Acacia ...
the history, clinical signs and post mortem lesions are suggestive of the diagnosis. Confirmation of the species of acid fast bacteria should be undertaken by culture or genetic identification. The tuberculin test is available for poultry with avian tuberculin (0.05 - 0.1ml) being injected into one wattle (use a 1cm, 25g needle) and 48 hours later the prescence of swelling and heat being compared with the uninocculated wattle. This test will detect about 80% of positive birds and can miss birds with severe lesions. A stained antigen, whole blood agglutination test and an ELISA test are also available. As none of these tests will detect 100% of infected birds they will need to be used in planned monitoring programme. ...
The distinction between these groups is a necessary step in clinical assessment, as hard‐bodied tick bites are of greater medical significance. Wattle tick: Adult female, Adult male Wattle tick was used by pioneers in the Illawarra region of NSW to describe the tick causing paralysis, especially in sheep. • Some ticks go from larva to adult on one host animal. It attaches to horses, sheep, deer, water buffalo, marsupials, goats, feral pigs, dogs, cats and not usually attach to humans. There are around 70 species of ticks that live in Australia, but the paralysis tick is the one to watch out for. However, he has also found that, with some host species, ticks may congregate on other parts of the body, leading to an estimate that is off target. was identified in 41 % of the B. concolor ticks in Queensland and New South Wales, but not in any ticks from Victoria. The bite is usually not notable but may rarely lead to paralysis, allergic reactions and tick typhus. Directors. go. • Two host ...
In the lowlands of Mexico and Central America, the bullhorn acacia tree and a species of ant (Pseudomyrmex ferruginea) help each other to survive. This is known as a mutualistic relationship, where two or more species work together to provide what the other needs. The ant aggressively defends the acacia from plant-eating insects, neighboring plants, and disease-causing microorganisms. The acacia provides the ant with plenty of food and a place to live and raise its young.. The bullhorn acacia has odd-looking thorns that look like bull horns. The tiny ants cut entrance holes into the thorns, and thats where they care for their eggs and larvae. In three years, the population of ants can grow from the lone queen ant laying her first eggs to a tree teeming with 16,000 worker ants. The thorns are waterproof and hold in moisture, which protects the eggs and larvae during dry periods. Their sharp tips keep birds from going after the eggs inside.. In addition to providing housing, the acacia provides ...
Acacia pravissima - Alpine Wattle, Ovens Wattle - Ornamental. Height 5m. A fast growing attractive shrub or small tree with weeping branches & dense yellow flowers. Popular garden tree.
Acacia baileyana var Purpurea - Cootamundra Wattle, Golden Wattle - Ornamental tree to 6m. A fast growing shrub or small tree with feathery purple tinged foliage and golden-yellow puffball flowers. Popular garden tree.
Several techniques have been used in studying the structure of DNA, one of which is electron microscopy (EM). However, several issues on sample preservation have arisen with this technique due to its tedious sample preparation requirements. As a result, the atomic force microscope (AFM) was developed to overcome such shortcomings.
Use: This chickens unique v-shaped comb qualifies it as an ornamental breed, though it has great dual-purpose qualities as well. The rarely broody hens lay well and produce large, white eggs into winter months. History: The La Fleche chicken breed supposedly first appeared during the 5th century in Le Mans, France, according to the American Livestock Breeds Association. It was then taken to Mizeray before finally arriving in its namesake, La Fleche, which translates to the arrow in French. The name is also quite fitting for the breeds arrow-shaped comb. The American Poultry Associations American Standard of Perfection first recognized the La Fleche in 1874. Conformation: Close-fitting, black plumage has a slenderizing effect on the somewhat large La Fleche. Its body sits high atop dark-slate shanks. The earlobes are white, and the red wattles are uniform, long and well-rounded on males and smaller on females. The comb, consisting of two round horns located parallel to each other, is bright ...
Described by the author as a book about the weird diversity of sexual behavior, A Natural History of Sex explores how to look at life, how to analyze and speculate about why something is as it is and not otherwise. In a series of engaging essays, Forsyth considers a host of more specific questions, which run the gamut from the obscure and the bizarre to the familiar. Why do roosters crow and waggle their wattles? Why does it benefit the female human to remain inscrutable about her sexual cycle? Who instituted monogamy? Why would a male mite copulate with its mother? Why does the male bedbug drive its outlandish, formidable penis into the females abdomen? Forsyths highly observational mind ranges over the natural world, revealing the seemingly random patterns and consequences of animal sexual behavior. This classic reference is a must for anyone who has ever wondered just what it is that makes the world go round.
Described by the author as a book about the weird diversity of sexual behavior, A Natural History of Sex explores how to look at life, how to analyze and speculate about why something is as it is and not otherwise. In a series of engaging essays, Forsyth considers a host of more specific questions, which run the gamut from the obscure and the bizarre to the familiar. Why do roosters crow and waggle their wattles? Why does it benefit the female human to remain inscrutable about her sexual cycle? Who instituted monogamy? Why would a male mite copulate with its mother? Why does the male bedbug drive its outlandish, formidable penis into the females abdomen? Forsyths highly observational mind ranges over the natural world, revealing the seemingly random patterns and consequences of animal sexual behavior. This classic reference is a must for anyone who has ever wondered just what it is that makes the world go round.
Part 1 of a 3-Part Series: Understanding the Challenges of Neck Rejuvenation. A Topdown View of Neck Aging. Even before were born, the genetic code that defines our anatomy has already dictated the delicate conditions that cause our necks to age faster than any other region of the body:. 1. Thin skin - The outer surface (or epidermis) of the neck is even is more fragile the top layer of facial skin.. 2. Oil shortage - The underlying layer of skin has no oil glands to help keep it moist and resilient.. 3. A fragile foundation - The necks skin rests on a fragile structure of delicate bones and a thin layer of muscles and other soft tissues that gradually wear away with age.. How Chicken Skin, Turkey Wattles, and Double Chins Happen. Depending on our genes and our behavior, our neck usually starts showing signs of wear-and-tear in our 30s. Over the subsequent decades, the impact of gravity, declining cell function, and environmental damage becomes increasingly visible. From our 50s onward, the ...
I am 4, sitting at a long pine table the colour of petrified tree sap. There are s kids everywhere in a dazzling array of technicolour nylon armour, dungarees, vest tops, water paint stained jeans and socks that slip down the ankle to give the impression that the foot is a foot long.. Its the 90s so, naturally, there is a finely woven wicker placemat in front of me, the remnants of food from past meals clinging to the fibres like some decaying wattle and daub. I am not hungry, I ate 3, maybe 4, chocolate cookies from a worn blue tin emblazoned with All Butter Danish Cookies but I am on the Elvis side of greedy. I like my food and I especially like what my aunt has got in her sun burst orange Le Creuset.. Its Pasta Tuna Sweetcorn night in North Hull, just like it is up and down the country for anyone between the ages of 2-102. Tables will be decked with centuries old grissini sticks destined to be lovingly sucked into a saliva pap before being dropped and trodden into the carpet. Yellow ...
Put each head on the flow bench. [url=http://www.2012canadagoosepascher.fr]Canada Goose[/url] They can now be cashed anytime, but will only pay interest up to the last anniversary date. The male is bulkier and has a longer tail than the female; its head and neck are a distinctive, iridescent bottle-green with a bare red wattle behind the yellow bill, extending to the ear coverts. (So-called ragged schools provided free education for poor children, many of whom were working making matchboxes from as young as five years old.) He also became a member of the Dublin YMCA, where he gave speeches, and it was there he heard J Hudson Taylor, an evangelist missionary, speak about his Inland China Mission ...
Put each head on the flow bench. [url=http://www.2012canadagoosepascher.fr]Canada Goose[/url] They can now be cashed anytime, but will only pay interest up to the last anniversary date. The male is bulkier and has a longer tail than the female; its head and neck are a distinctive, iridescent bottle-green with a bare red wattle behind the yellow bill, extending to the ear coverts. (So-called ragged schools provided free education for poor children, many of whom were working making matchboxes from as young as five years old.) He also became a member of the Dublin YMCA, where he gave speeches, and it was there he heard J Hudson Taylor, an evangelist missionary, speak about his Inland China Mission ...
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As you might imagine, it takes a pretty impressive bird to live up the name King anything, and the King Vulture does not disappoint. The King Vulture is arguably one of the worlds most beautiful vultures. It is covered in predominantly white feathers. Its white wings are highlighted with contrasting black feather tips, wing coverts and tail. Like other vulture species, the King Vulture has a mostly featherless head and neck. And, perhaps surprisingly, this is where the King Vultures true beauty lies. It has a white eye and red eye ring, an orange-red beak, and its head and neck are a virtual rainbow of colors such as orange, pink, yellow, purple, grey and black. It has a grayish ruff around its neck, which resembles a fluffy scarf. It has a bright yellow and orange-red caruncle, or wattle - a fleshy nob, above its cere - which usually doesnt form completely until the vulture is about 4 years old or so. Finally, its feet are a dull grey color. Juvenile King Vultures are mostly all black. The ...
At the present time, only a few Late Bronze Age sites in the French Mediterranean have yielded faunal data. The newly excavated site of La Motte I (Hérault, France) is exceptionally well preserved owing to its underwater context. The discovery of large quantities of pottery, a wattle and some wooden poles allowed the site to be dated to the Late Bronze Age IIIb (900-775 BCE). The zooarchaeological ...
Acacia alata Biglandulosa or the Winged Wattle is a medium size, erect and spreading shrub that can become rather straggly. Fluffy white ball like flowers are borne on stalks from the phyllode axil during springtime.
Acacia mearnsii (black wattle) is one of the few tree crops of which both timber and bark are utilised, with branches sometimes being collected for fuel wood. There is a great potential for nutrient loss from plantations ...
In the end, it is all about Calendrics (you thought I was going to say peace and good will, didnt you). The marking of the transition of winter to spring, summer to autumn, has a powerful hold on the European psyche as these events were literally matters of life and death. Astronomy was a serious business, and there wasnt much of a role for amateur astronomers in those days. Here in Australia, where these transitions arent as marked (or even identifiable, in the North, the seasons come as wet or dry) the solstice were less important, and the seasonal transitions were often marked by non-astronomical means such as flowering of certain plants. In most of Australia, unlike Europe, where the winter/spring transition arrives like a hammer blow (one day snow, the next day tulips, was my experience in Berlin), you will always find something flowering, and it is more a matter of what and how much that subtlely shades the seasons (the flowering of the wattles on the Yarra meant that the end of ...
In this painting Abie depicts the leaf of the antywerleny (Acacia tenuissima), a type of wattle. The leaves of the antywerleny are crushed and mixed with animal fat for use as a medicinal ointment, or soaked in water to make a medicinal wash.. Abie says this particular bush medicine is still made and used by the people of her country today.. Ikwerthey anter-anem thelem, apernelheyew-anem antywerlenyel ...
Work commenced in the week before Easter, 2007. The Acacia I would guess would have been more than 15 metres. It had already been felled before I arrived, as part of a progamme to control the infestation damage in the Park caused by this species. The trunk sections , eight in total were between 1.5 to 2.0 metres long. At present I have begun working on three of the lengths. Photographs and a complete account of the work to follow.26.04.2007. Some notes on the tree - Australian Blackwood Acacia melanoxylon. Heartwood is golden to dark brown with a slight reddish tinge and regular dark chocolate brown splotches. The tree can grow to 25m and have a diameter of about 170cm. Also called Black Wattle. Fine texture, straight grain. Machining characteristics are good, but irregular sections should be machined with care and attention. Takes an excellent finish. Very similar to Koa. Typical Uses: Furniture, gunstocks, decorative veneers, cabintry, interior woodwork. Source Region: Australia.. ...
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Hey, gang, this is Deke McClelland. … Welcome to Dekes Techniques. … Today, a regular old hand … becomes a Thanksgiving hand turkey. … First, the thumb gets a beak, … then the thumbnail becomes an eye. … And then you add the wattle, and finally, some coloring. … Hands, these are our hands. … Turkeys, they want to inhabit our hands. … Let them. … So painless, so wonderful, so Thanksgiving. … Here is how to let them. … All right, so heres the final version … of what might pass for the colorful hand turkey, … just so you have a chance to see it on screen. … And heres where were going to start. … And by the way, Im providing both of these documents … as layered PSD files just in case you want to … follow along with me inside Photoshop. … However, Im going to be working inside Adobe Photoshop Sketch, … running on an iPad Pro. … And so the first thing Im going to do … is tap on the background at the bottom of the layers. … And I will once again say ...
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Acacia cognata Cousin Itt [ACCOG01] PP25,133, Little River Wattle, Shrub, [A. subporosa var. linearis, A. Mini Cog], San Marcos Growers
Acacia trineura [Three-nerve Wattle] part of the Mimosaceae family with Pale yellow to Yellow flowers flowering in Spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA
Santa Rosa Island (SRI), part of Channel Islands National Park off the coast of Santa Barbara, is home to thousands of native and endemic flora and fauna. While full of unique island endemics, Santa Rosa Island has an extensive ranching history. A sheep and cattle ranching business was operated from the mid-1800s until 1998 and a deer and elk hunting operation ran until 2011. Together these operations led to extensive ecological degradation of the island ecosystem as a result of the grazing caused by ungulates. In December of 2015, the Cloud Forest Restoration Project began with the goal of restoring the island ecosystem through the initiation of active restoration techniques on a key ridgeline of the island, Soledad Ridge. Active restoration techniques and treatments include the installation of wattles for erosion control, fog fences to harvest water from fog, and the establishment of native plants. This study focuses on the impact of three different restoration treatments on the germination and
... comb and wattles, red). Maurer, Combat Squadrons, p. 146. This squadron is not related to two older 29th Aero Squadrons. The ...
The earlobes are small and round, the wattles small or absent; earlobes, comb and wattles are all red. The shanks are slate- ... including the pea comb and the blue egg gene. It is tailed, muffed and bearded, whereas the Araucana in the United States has ...
The comb and wattles function in thermoregulation; blood circulating from the comb and the wattles helps the bird lose heat ... Dubbing is the procedure of removing the comb, wattles and sometimes earlobes of poultry. Removing the wattles is sometimes ... Dubbing would interfere with both these functions of the comb and wattles. In commercial laying hens, those dubbed at hatching ... 526) permits only a veterinary surgeon to remove the combs of a domestic fowl which has reached the age of 72 hours. In New ...
The comb, earlobes and wattles are bright red; the eyes are dark brown, the beak and toenails horn-coloured. Two colour ... Two colour varieties are recognised, silver-pencilled and gold-pencilled.:116 The Fayoumi has a single comb, with even ...
The comb is single, with five to seven well-defined points. The comb, face, wattles and earlobes are red; the earlobes are ...
The comb, face and wattles are bright red. The comb is smooth and single, with six well-defined points; it is erect in cocks, ... The wattles are large, smooth and fine-textured. The earlobes are white, very large, and oval or almond-shaped. The skin is ... Rose-combed variants are recognised in several countries, not including Spain. There is also a Minorca bantam, which in some ... the size of the comb and earlobes, and the position of the neck.:662 None of these attempts had any beneficial effect on its ...
Chickens are medium-sized, chunky birds with an upright stance and characterised by fleshy red combs and wattles on their heads ... Males are larger than females and have spreading, fan-shaped tails and distinctive, fleshy wattles, called a snood, that hang ... It is a medium-sized grey or speckled bird with a small naked head with colourful wattles and a knob on top, and was ...
The Plymouth Rock has a single comb with five points; the comb, wattles and ear-lobes are bright red. The legs are yellow and ... Upham cross-bred some Black Java hens with a cock with barred plumage and a single comb; he selectively bred for barred plumage ...
... red comb, maroon rump and chestnut brown below. There are two elongated red wattles on the back of the head and a long wattle ... The female has a smaller comb and no wattles. An Indonesian endemic, the Waigeo brushturkey inhabits mountain forests on Waigeo ...
The comb and wattles are large and blood-red; the comb has 5-6 points. The ear-lobes are creamy yellow with some red veining. ...
The comb is single, with five or six well-defined points. The comb, face and wattles are red, the earlobes white. The beak is ...
71 The comb may be either single or rose-comb; it is vivid red, as are the earlobes and wattles.:71 Birds have red-orange eyes ... Dwight Edward Hale (1911). Standard-Bred Rhode Island Reds, Rose and Single Comb: Their Practical Qualities; the Standard ... the single-comb variety was admitted to the Standard of Perfection of the American Poultry Association in 1904,:8 and the rose- ... comb in 1906. The color of the plumage of the traditional Rhode Island Red ranges from a lustrous deep red to almost black; the ...
The earlobes and wattles are small and may also be completely hidden by the crest and beard. The earlobes are white, the comb ... In addition to combs, they are adorned with large crests that nearly cover the entirety of the head. This crest limits their ... The Polish has a small V-shaped comb, though it is often hidden by the large crest of feathers. ... and wattles bright red. Carol Ekarius (2007)Storey's Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds. North Adams, Massachusetts: Storey ...
The comb is of pea type; it and the face, earlobes and wattles are brilliant red. The eyes are bright orange or red. The beak, ...
262 The comb is single and bright red. The ear-lobes are small, the wattles of medium size; they and the face are also bright ...
... purple discoloration of the wattles, head, eyelids, combs, and hocks; and diarrhea. Sometimes the first noticeable sign is ...
The head is small with a big, strong beak, single comb, small thin earlobes and wattles with large eyes. The wings have a large ... To prevent damage during fights, the comb and wattles were removed. This also gave the birds a more aggressive appearance. This ...
It is covered in small, fleshy points, and has a distinct spike pointing backwards called a "leader". Combs, wattles and ... Combs which hang to either side of the face, white earlobes, or a lack of points on the comb are undesirable traits according ... The name "Redcap" derives from the breed's unusually large Rose-type comb. British breed standards dictate a length of more ... by their red earlobes and larger comb. Beaks are horn-coloured. ... than 7 centimetres (3 inches) of length for a Redcap comb. ...
The Brabanter has a V-shaped comb. The earlobes are small and white, and the wattles are often absent; both earlobes and ... The Brabanter is suitable for cold areas because its smaller comb and wattles are less susceptible to frostbite. List of ... wattles are hidden by the beard. Seven colour varieties are recognised in the Netherlands: black, chamois, cuckoo, gold ...
It has a small rose comb and small or non-existent wattles. In Belgium 29 colour varieties of plumage are recognised;:56 in ...
On hens, comb and wattles are sometimes completely obscured by the feathering. Houdan combs are V-shaped in the American ... The Houdan has an unusual butterfly-shaped comb, and is one of few breeds to have five toes rather than the usual four. The ... 121 Houdans have small earlobes and wattles, a backward flowing crest, and facial feathering consisting of a beard and muffing ...
... single combs are longer allowed.:47 The wattles are rudimentary or completely absent. The legs are thick and strong, and are ... The comb should in theory be triple like that of the Brugse Vechter; it was often single and also large, but - since 2000 - ...
Argent rooster head, Or beaked with Gules comb and wattles in the Crest. Azure, argent backed mantling. The Polish historian ...
The crest is small and upward-facing, the comb small and V-shaped. The wattles are small, the ear-lobes of medium size and pure ...
The comb is triple,:47 and the wattles are rudimentary or completely absent. In addition to the seventeen plumage colours ...
... s develop a smaller head, comb and wattle than those of a normal rooster. Capons are fairly rare in industrial meat ...
Dubbing' is the procedure of removing the comb, wattles and sometimes earlobes of poultry. Removing the wattles is sometimes ...
The comb is medium-large, with 5-6 points. The wattles are medium-long and red, the ear-lobes oval and porcelain white. Average ...
Dubbing' is the procedure of removing the comb, wattles and sometimes earlobes of poultry. Removing the wattles is sometimes ...
They have rather large, bright red colored single combs and wattles. Delawares appear in a single color type: a white body and ...
They consist either of simple one-room houses made of wattle and daub, or log-built. The settlement at Zug, Switzerland, was ... rolls or combs. Analysis of the Berlin Gold Hat has demonstrated that its ornaments form systematic patterns which represent ... They were built with wooden posts and walls of wattle and daub. At the Velatice-settlement of Lovčičky (Moravia, Czech Republic ... but they show that large 3-4 aisled houses built with wooden posts and wall of wattle and daub were common. Pit dwellings are ...
Blue-wattled bulbul, Pycnonotus nieuwenhuisii. *Stripe-throated bulbul, Pycnonotus finlaysoni. *Flavescent bulbul, Pycnonotus ... Comb-crested jacana, Irediparra gallinacea. *Pheasant-tailed jacana, Hydrophasianus chirurgus. *Bronze-winged jacana, ...
The space between the posts was filled in with wattle and daub, or occasionally, planks. The floors were generally packed earth ... from pots to combs, buckets to weaponry was to make artefacts 'see' by impressing and punching circular and lentoid shapes onto ...
Typical sgraffito decorations of swastikas, meanders, and squares were scratched with a comb-like tool. Urns were accompanied ... The people lived in small huts, made of wattle and daub with wooden poles for support. Within the huts, contained cooking ...
22 Wattle, 23 Eyestripe ... See also: Comb (anatomy), Lore (anatomy), and Gular skin. ...
The Windmill Hill culture was a name given to a people inhabiting southern Britain, in particular in the Salisbury Plain area close to Stonehenge, c. 3000 BC. They were an agrarian Neolithic people; their name comes from Windmill Hill, a causewayed camp. Together with another Neolithic tribe from East Anglia, a tribe whose worship involved stone circles, it is thought that they were responsible for the earliest work on the Stonehenge site.. The material record left by these people includes large circular hill-top enclosures, causewayed enclosures, long barrows, leaf-shaped arrowheads and polished stone axes. They raised cattle, sheep, pigs, and dogs, and grew wheat and mined flints.. Since the term was first coined by archaeologists, further excavation and analysis has indicated that it consisted of several discrete cultures such as the Hembury and the Abingdon cultures; and that "Windmill Hill culture" is too general a term.. ...
In 1849, Arnold Berthold noted that castrated cockerels did not develop combs and wattles or exhibit overtly male behaviour.[16 ...
The comb and wattle are removed from a young gamecock because, if left intact, they would be a disadvantage during a match. ... Both the adult male and female have wattles and combs, but in most breeds these are more prominent in males. A 'muff' or 'beard ... Note the pale comb - the comb may be an indicator of health or vigor.[73] ... The identification can be made by looking at the comb, or eventually from the development of spurs on the male's legs (in a few ...
He kept a group of roosters with their testes intact, and saw that they had normal sized wattles and combs (secondary sexual ...
... purple discoloration of the wattles, head, eyelids, combs, and hocks; and diarrhea. Sometimes the first noticeable sign is ...
In Europe, long houses built from wattle and daub were constructed. Elaborate tombs were built for the dead. These tombs are ... Comb Ceramic culture. *Corded Ware culture. *Cortaillod culture. *Cucuteni-Trypillian culture. *Dadiwan culture ...
Dubbing' is the procedure of removing the comb, wattles and sometimes earlobes of poultry. Removing the wattles is sometimes ...
Approximately 120-150 Neolithic earthworks enclosures are known in Central Europe. They are called Kreisgrabenanlagen ("circular ditched enclosures") in German, or alternatively as roundels (or "rondels"; German Rondelle; sometimes also "rondeloid", since many are not even approximately circular). They are mostly confined to the Elbe and Danube basins, in modern-day Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, as well as the adjacent parts of Hungary and Poland, in a stretch of Central European land some 800 km (500 mi) across.[2] They date to the first half of the 5th millennium BC; they are associated with the late Linear Pottery culture and its local successors, the Stroke-ornamented ware (Middle Danubian) and Lengyel (Moravian Painted Ware) cultures. The best known and oldest of these Circular Enclosures is the Goseck circle, constructed c. 4900 BC. Only a few examples approximate a circular form; the majority are only very approximately circular or elliptic. One example at Meisternthal is an ...
Schmidt, Gerald D.; Edmonds, Stanley J. (1989). "Australiformis semoni (Linstow, 1898) n. Gen., n. Comb. (Acanthocephala: ... of wattles, and underground items such as roots and fungi eaten more in winter. Long-nosed bandicoots spend much of their time ...
Wattles are also relatively common including northern black wattle and lancewood (northern golden wattle). Paperbarks are also ... The park is known for its populations of waterbirds such as the brolga, sarus crane, black-necked stork, comb-crested jacana ...
This contained a series of small burr-wood cups with rim-mounts, combs of antler, small metal knives, a small silver bowl, and ... with wattle and daub walling and thatched roofs. The best surviving example contained a ring of upright posts, up to 30 ... Mound 6 contained cremated animals, gaming-pieces, a sword-belt fitting, and a comb. The Mound 18 grave was very damaged, but ... Many of the graves were accompanied by grave goods, which included combs, tweezers and brooches, as well as weapons. Sacrificed ...
The comb is triple in cocks, and small or non-existent in hens. Comb, face, ear-lobes and wattles are vivid red, and the eyes ... are gold or silver; wattles and ear-lobes may be small or entirely absent. The beak and legs are yellow, but may be darker in ...
... s have a single upright comb with five points, horn-colored beaks, red wattles, and red earlobes. Almost ...
The males of many of the species are brightly colored or decorated with plumes or wattles. Purple-throated fruitcrow, Querula ... Comb duck, Sarkidiornis sylvicola Muscovy duck, Cairina moschata Blue-winged teal, Spatula discors Cinnamon teal, Spatula ... Northern jacana, Jacana spinosa Wattled jacana, Jacana jacana Order: Charadriiformes Family: Scolopacidae Scolopacidae is a ... Lipaugus unirufus Three-wattled bellbird, Procnias tricarunculata (vulnerable) Black-tipped cotinga, Carpodectes hopkei Yellow- ...
Pottery, comb-making and other handicrafts flourished in the villages. Wheel-made fine pottery is a typical item of the period ... sunken huts with walls made of wattle and daub and surface buildings with plastered timber walls. Sunken huts had for centuries ... They were primarily farmers, but looms, combs, and other products evidence the existence of local workshops. Trading contacts ...
Comb-crested jacana, Irediparra gallinacea Pheasant-tailed jacana, Hydrophasianus chirurgus Bronze-winged jacana, Metopidius ... Wattled brushturkey, Aepypodius arfakinus Waigeo brushturkey, Aepypodius bruijni Red-billed brushturkey, Talegalla cuvieri ... Papuan whipbird, Androphobus viridis Order: Passeriformes Family: Eulacestomidae The wattled ploughbill was long thought to be ... Black-and-white bulbul, Brachypodius melanoleucos Puff-backed bulbul, Brachypodius eutilotus Yellow-wattled bulbul, ...
... comb, wattles, and hocks, purple discoloration of wattles, combs, and legs, nasal discharge, coughing, sneezing, incoordination ...
Wattled jacana, Jacana jacana Order: Charadriiformes Family: Rynchopidae Skimmers are a small family of tropical tern-like ... Cairina moschata Comb duck, Sarkidiornis sylvicola Ringed teal, Callonetta leucophrys Brazilian teal, Amazonetta brasiliensis ... The males of many of the species are brightly colored or decorated with plumes or wattles. Band-tailed fruiteater, Pipreola ... Ortalis guttata Wattled curassow, Crax globulosa Bare-faced curassow, Crax fasciolata Razor-billed curassow, Mitu tuberosum ...
White blisters on comb and wattles. Discussion in Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures started by Cheri, Jun 24, 2007 ... Now she has the yellow blisters or bumps on her comb and waddle and I think one buy her eye. I dont know wether to take all ... They look so funny with the white stuff on their combs. The lady said treat all the boys first and then as a precaution all the ... I have two chickens that recently have developed the yellow bumps on their combs and waddles. Mosquitoes have really gotten bad ...
comb and wattle size Discussion in General breed discussions & FAQ started by dee06, Aug 11, 2014. ... all their combs are really small and only a pinky red at base near beak, their wattles are only lines and not starting to ... all the other pics of cochins or orps that I see at 7 weeks have definite red combs and wattles ...
"Comb and Wattles" by people in this website by year, and whether "Comb and Wattles" was a major or minor topic of these ... "Comb and Wattles" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicines controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject ... Below are the most recent publications written about "Comb and Wattles" by people in Profiles. ... Below are MeSH descriptors whose meaning is more general than "Comb and Wattles". ...
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Chickens are medium-sized, chunky birds with an upright stance and characterised by fleshy red combs and wattles on their heads ... Males are larger than females and have spreading, fan-shaped tails and distinctive, fleshy wattles, called a snood, that hang ... It is a medium-sized grey or speckled bird with a small naked head with colourful wattles and a knob on top, and was ...
Comb/Wattles , Full, red, glossy , Shriveled, pale, dull, dry , , Eye , Prominent, keen , Listless, sunken , , Vent , Large, ...
Combs are apparent in most chickens, with some being distinctively flamboyant (a range is shown on pages 46 and 47). ... Additionally, cock-birds have more flamboyant tail feathers and a larger and more colourful and distinctive comb. ... 30 Vision 34 Chicken-speak 36 Chickens in love 40 Chicken feathers 42 Colour plumage 44 Range of combs 46 ...
... comb and wattles, red). Maurer, Combat Squadrons, p. 146. This squadron is not related to two older 29th Aero Squadrons. The ...
Peptides from protein hydrolysate of a mixture of chicken combs and wattles (CCWs) were obtained through enzymatic hydrolysis, ... This peptide originated from unconventional hydrolysates from poultry slaughter waste, including combs and wattles. ... Angiotensin I-Converting Enzyme-Inhibitory and Anticoagulant Peptides from Enzymatic Hydrolysates of Chicken Combs and Wattles ... Angiotensin I-Converting Enzyme-Inhibitory and Anticoagulant Peptides from Enzymatic Hydrolysates of Chicken Combs and Wattles ...
Exhibit A: Rooster, showing wattles, earlobes and comb; Exhibit B: ah crap, chicken is the term for the whole subspecies. Its ...
This pilot clinical trial showed that daily supplementation with oral hyaluronic acid from a natural extract of chicken combs ( ... Comb and Wattles / chemistry* * Double-Blind Method * Female * Humans * Hyaluronic Acid / administration & dosage* ... Effect of a natural extract of chicken combs with a high content of hyaluronic acid (Hyal-Joint) on pain relief and quality of ... We examined the effect of dietary supplementation with a natural extract of chicken combs with a high content of hyaluronic ...
swollen wattles and combs. Humans are rarely affected by AI, except in a limited number of cases when individuals were in close ...
The earlobes are small and round, the wattles small or absent; earlobes, comb and wattles are all red. The shanks are slate- ... including the pea comb and the blue egg gene. It is tailed, muffed and bearded, whereas the Araucana in the United States has ...
The colour of the comb and wattles becomes dark red; the droppings become yellow and the birds close their eyes and keep their ... In acute cases, the head and comb change colour to dark red or purple. If the infection is localized in the region of the ears ... In chronic cases, the comb is usually pale, with swellings around the eyes and a discharge from the beak or nostril. Fowl ...
Her comb and wattles were cold and pale. But her abdomen was still slightly warm. There may have been a pulse when I checked ... I found her laying on her side, her abdomen was still warm and her comb was stark cold and her eyes were open. Im guessing she ...
Pale comb and wattles. *Eyelids stuck shut with thick exudate. Post-mortem lesions. *Eyelids inflamed and adhered. *Excessive ...
Pale comb and wattles. *Blood in droppings. Post-mortem lesions. *Haemorrhages in one or more sites: skin, muscles, liver, ...
... purple discoloration of the wattles, head, eyelids, combs, and hocks; and diarrhea. Sometimes the first noticeable sign is ...
... and purple discoloration of the wattles, combs and legs.. Exotic Newcastle disease is a 24-hour reportable disease. ...
Although quantitative trait loci (QTLs) related to comb size have been identified, molecular mechanisms underlying this trait ... The comb of the male is an important secondary sexual characteristic. ... Comb and Wattles / growth & development* * Gene Regulatory Networks* * Male * Quantitative Trait Loci* ... The comb of the male is an important secondary sexual characteristic. Although quantitative trait loci (QTLs) related to comb ...
The following clinical signs were checked, but absent: edema (of the neck, head, and eyes); cyanosis (in the comb, wattle, and ...
Wattle and combs become red and swollen; Swelling of the skin under the eyes; coughing, sneezing and signs of nervousness. ...
... dark discoloration of comb, wattles and leg shanks. Mortality can be sudden and very high. ...
However, some chickens also had cyanosis of combs and wattles. Neurological signs were the primary presentation of disease in ...
... avian wattle explanation free. What is avian wattle? Meaning of avian wattle medical term. What does avian wattle mean? ... Looking for online definition of avian wattle in the Medical Dictionary? ... avian wattle. a double fold of skin, similar anatomically to the tissue of the birds comb, suspended from the mandible of ... wattle. (redirected from avian wattle). Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia. wattle. one of the fleshy ...
Their underbellies are shaved and their combs and wattles are surgically removed. Many were hatched from hens with a record of ...
Pale comb and wattles. *Anaemia. *Presence of red or grey mites in the coop or on the bird around the vent area. ...
  • I have two chickens that recently have developed the yellow bumps on their combs and waddles. (backyardchickens.com)
  • Chickens are medium-sized, chunky birds with an upright stance and characterised by fleshy red combs and wattles on their heads. (wikipedia.org)
  • In this study, RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) was employed to compare whole transcriptomic differences between two groups of Partridge Shank chickens that are divergent in comb sizes. (nih.gov)
  • However, some chickens also had cyanosis of combs and wattles. (usda.gov)
  • This blog post is about protecting your chickens' comb, but frostbite can also afflict the feet, mainly on snowy days. (motherearthnews.com)
  • There are a few things that you can do for your chickens this winter, especially for your rooster, without having to apply anything to his comb, and without having to put a heat lamp in your coop (which I do not suggest), in order to keep combs and wattles healthy and your birds happy. (motherearthnews.com)
  • Scaly mites can also effect the beak, wattles and comb. (cottagesmallholder.com)
  • The body is somewhere in the neighborhood of chartreuse, and the feet, beak, eyes, wattle and comb are forest green. (sciplus.com)
  • As the chick grows, it develops a wattle and comb and true feathers replace the chick's yellow down. (ehow.co.uk)
  • The subcutanous tissue of the comb, wattles and face is extremely swollen. (cornell.edu)
  • Listless, refusal to eat or drink - Rapid loss of flesh - Diarrhea, severe drop in egg production - Darkened head and combs - Swollen or paralyzed feet, head and legs - Swollen wattles and high temperatures. (vt.edu)
  • Male junglefowl are larger and they have large red fleshy wattles on the head. (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • She also has no fleshy wattles or comb on her head. (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • Males (called cocks or roosters) and females (hens) are known for their fleshy combs, lobed wattles hanging below the bill, and high-arched tails. (britannica.com)
  • Providing a striking contrast are the bright red comb, face, ear lobes and wattles. (infobarrel.com)
  • Dry pox results in scabs and lesions around the comb, wattle, ear lobes, and eyes. (hyline.com)
  • All have single upright combs, which, with the wattles and the ear lobes, are bright red, a large bright eye, and yellow legs. (xyhd.tv)
  • All have rose combs, red ear lobes, and yellow legs. (xyhd.tv)
  • 'Wet Pox' - labored breathing nasal/eye discharge, facial swelling - canker are found in the mouth - cankers are found in the throat and windpipe 'Dry Pox' brown/yellow bumps on face, comb and body - bumps look like scabs in 2-4 weeks. (vt.edu)
  • Swelling of the wattles followed by wrinkles. (pakissan.com)
  • Clinically, pale comb and wattles, sometimes swelling of the abdomen because of the highly enlarged liver are observed. (thepoultrysite.com)
  • Did you know that most rooster combs don't need any special frostbite preventatives during the winter months? (motherearthnews.com)
  • But good husbandry skills will ensure very little frostbite irritation for your rooster and other large-combed chicken breeds. (motherearthnews.com)
  • Preventing frostbite on combs all begins with good husbandry skills. (motherearthnews.com)
  • Petroleum jelly has a few uses, including suffocating scaly leg mites and protecting combs and wattles from frostbite. (amazonaws.com)
  • Rated 5 out of 5 by Newchickenlady from Great for frostbite I bought this to help heal a very small area of frostbite on my hen's comb. (mannapro.com)
  • Special care needs to be taken in cold weather, as the comb is prone to frostbite. (omlet.us)
  • The comb is large so care needs to be taken in cold, frosty weather to avoid frostbite. (omlet.us)
  • You want to see a nicely-colored rosy comb with no black spots, which may indicate frostbite in the cold weather or the more serious fowl pox in the warm months, which is transmitted by mosquitoes . (grit.com)
  • Single or rose-combs are both accepted by the American Poultry Association. (infobarrel.com)
  • There must also be other modifiers that are around because you see a lot of variation in wattle size for duplex and pea combed birds. (the-coop.org)
  • Birds may be shaved on their chests and their combs and wattles may be cut off. (forsyth.cc)
  • This is true for the roosters' combthe ornament on top of his head but no one ever found female preference for any characteristic of the wattle. (livescience.com)
  • But Smith and Evans also noticed that the wattles swung about wildly, sometimes smacking the male on the side of his head. (livescience.com)
  • The wattles increase the area around the head and make a bigger target that is easier for the hen to spot. (livescience.com)
  • Comb Single: medium upright with five to seven deep, broad, even serrations forming a regular curve, coming well back and following the line of the head, free from excrescences. (backyardpoultry.com)
  • Do not apply to head, comb, wattles and eyes. (horsehealthusa.com)
  • Pale comb and wattles. (thepoultrysite.com)
  • A pale comb can be a precursor to heat exhaustion or can also just mean your hen has just laid an egg. (grit.com)
  • Peptides from protein hydrolysate of a mixture of chicken combs and wattles (CCWs) were obtained through enzymatic hydrolysis, and their anticoagulant and inhibitory effects on angiotensin I-converting enzyme (ACE) were investigated. (bioinfor.com)
  • We examined the effect of dietary supplementation with a natural extract of chicken combs with a high content of hyaluronic acid (60%) (Hyal-Joint) (active test product, AP) on pain and quality of life in subjects with osteoarthritis of the knee. (nih.gov)
  • This pilot clinical trial showed that daily supplementation with oral hyaluronic acid from a natural extract of chicken combs (Hyal-Joint) was useful to enhance several markers of quality of life in adults with osteoarthritis of the knee. (nih.gov)
  • Now she has the yellow blisters or bumps on her comb and waddle and I think one buy her eye. (backyardchickens.com)
  • Breda is considered to be no comb, but there are some bumps up there. (the-coop.org)
  • Does anyone have a mature black rose comb cock for sale please. (omlet.us)
  • Azure a cock argent combed and wattled gules in chief a fleur de lys or. (vexillum.com)
  • Hens are overweight with large pale combs and wattles covered with dandruff. (kenanaonline.com)
  • The Belgian bearded breeds have reduced wattles, in both rose comb & single comb varieties. (the-coop.org)
  • These might include things like being in a particular weight range, having a certain type of plumage, or having combs and wattles of a specific shape or color. (wikihow.com)
  • Subdivision of a breed of chicken according to color, comb style, beard and/or leg feathering. (thenibble.com)
  • So the combination of Mb/mb (beard/muff) & P/p, r/r (Pea comb) heterozygotes gives a reduced wattle phenotype similar to Mb/Mb, p/p. (the-coop.org)
  • The combs are cut off so they get less blood in their eyes because a comb will bleed a great deal when cut open with a sharp claw. (wordpress.com)
  • Billy scratches his comb and chicken dander falls into Wally's eyes. (blogspot.com)
  • dark discoloration of comb, wattles and leg shanks. (ncagr.gov)
  • There are both single combed and rose combed varieties. (xyhd.tv)
  • The females have a double folded comb, a deep abdomen and a whipped tail. (omlet.us)
  • earlobes, comb and wattles are all red. (wikipedia.org)
  • They have a large rose comb with striking white earlobes and wattles. (omlet.us)
  • Earlobes are well defined and the wattles are long, thin and fine in texture. (omlet.us)
  • Although quantitative trait loci (QTLs) related to comb size have been identified, molecular mechanisms underlying this trait remain mostly unknown. (nih.gov)
  • From the above, I'm guessing that reduced wattle trait is independant to comb type. (the-coop.org)
  • Log In ] The Coop » Forums » Genetics and Breed Discussion » Genetics and Selective Breeding » Which is dominant , straight comb or pea comb? (the-coop.org)
  • I haven t found any sections on wattle genetics in Crawford & Hutt. (the-coop.org)
  • This peptide originated from unconventional hydrolysates from poultry slaughter waste, including combs and wattles. (bioinfor.com)
  • White blisters on comb and wattles. (backyardchickens.com)
  • Formation of greyish spots or blisters on wattles which after several days enlarge and develop into wartlike eruptions with scales. (pakissan.com)
  • Our data provide a source for identifying genes and pathways with functions critical to comb size and accelerate studies involving molecular mechanisms of this sexual ornament. (nih.gov)
  • Haven t found any designated genes for wattles either. (the-coop.org)
  • Genes that affect comb size usually affect wattle size. (the-coop.org)
  • Rooster wattles attract females, but the reasons are all about food. (livescience.com)
  • Instead, the wattles help females recognize that a rooster is advertising food he's willing to share. (livescience.com)
  • To test the theory, the researchers created a virtual environment in which they showed the females a 3D, animated avatar of a rooster with different wattles. (livescience.com)
  • A Rhode Island Red rooster and hen with bright red wattles. (thenibble.com)
  • a double fold of skin, similar anatomically to the tissue of the bird's comb, suspended from the mandible of domestic fowls. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Skin (comb, wattles): Severe acute edema and hemorrhage. (cornell.edu)
  • They may have a single or rose-comb and long wattles. (infobarrel.com)
  • The comb is medium in size and single with, preferably, 4 to 6 points or serrations. (infobarrel.com)
  • The single comb black mottle in both standard and bantam are freely available. (backyardpoultry.com)
  • MonachzMan, single comb is recessive to all other comb types. (the-coop.org)
  • Oops, single comb is recessive to all other comb types except. (the-coop.org)
  • Strictly speaking, pea & rose are not dominant to single comb but epistatic to it. (the-coop.org)
  • The P gene: pea comb & breast ridge/reduced feather characteristics is a good example of Pleiotropy ie the effect of a single gene on more than one characteristic ( Pleiotropy ) * please correct any errors! (the-coop.org)
  • Cornish (Indian Game), (ie pea combed/reduced wattles) cross to single comb/wattles produces pea comb, with small intermediate wattle size. (the-coop.org)
  • Why Do Roosters Have Wattles? (livescience.com)
  • Everyone believed that roosters had wattles because females liked them," said Carolynn Smith, a behavioral biologist at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. (livescience.com)
  • Could this truly have been the same bird that arrived at Happy Trails with a shaved chest, a comb that was cut-off, and was so aggressively violent with other roosters that he fought through the metal wire of his cage and actually ripped off the ends of his own toes? (wordpress.com)
  • A purplish-colored comb can indicate respiratory or breathing problems, with not enough oxygen getting to the extremities, or can indicate a stroke or heart attack. (grit.com)
  • However, their combs are extremely sensitive because the main portion of their body heat is from the breast to the tail. (motherearthnews.com)
  • The bigger a rooster's wattle, the more it will attract the attention of females. (livescience.com)
  • The wattles help the females to quickly recognize that the male is offering food. (livescience.com)
  • So, why do females have wattles also? (livescience.com)
  • Interestingly, males actually prefer females that have redder combs because it is an indicator of good health . (livescience.com)
  • There are large dark purple areas on both the comb and wattles. (cornell.edu)
  • According to the animal QTL database, eight DEGs including BMP2 and CHADL matching the reported QTLs were associated with the comb size. (nih.gov)
  • Wattle size seems to have incomplete dominant traits. (the-coop.org)
  • Pea comb and the most dominant duplex comb, reduce comb size and usually reduce wattle size, but there are other modifiers that affect wattle size. (the-coop.org)
  • It has a drastic affect on wattle size. (the-coop.org)
  • Perhaps males have wattles because it makes this food display more conspicuous," Smith said. (livescience.com)