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"Animal Welfare". A&W. Retrieved 25 January 2018. "A&W Revenue Royalties Income Fund > Structure". www.awincomefund.ca. ... Antibiotics are only used in the company's animals when medically necessary, and those animals are taken out of production. ... A&W has also announced plans for their meat production to meet Global Animal Partnership's level 2 certification, but did not ... The company's advertising also shifted to a focus on animal welfare, such as chicken and beef raised without antibiotics. In ...
"Pisaurina mira". Animal Diversity Web. Retrieved 2020-12-13. Engel, Roberta (May 2012). "Novel discovery of lamellar papillae ... Both pseudoscorpions and harvestmen have structures on their chelicerae that are used for grooming (papillae in pseudoscorpions ... on the grooming organ in Synsphyronus (Garypidae: Pseudoscorpiones)". Arthropod Structure & Development. 41 (3): 265-269. doi: ...
Equines are social animals with two basic social structures. Horses, plains zebras, and mountain zebras live in stable, closed ... "Animal Structure & Function". Science on the Farm. University of Waikato. Archived from the original on 2012-05-02. Retrieved ... The animals were used to help cope with the increased aridity of the Sahara and the Horn of Africa. Genetic evidence finds that ... In domestic horses, dun color and primitive markings exist in some animals across many breeds. The purpose of the bold black- ...
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... from Greek for flat animals) have the simplest structure of all animals. They are a basal form of free-living (non-parasitic) ... Zhang Z (2013). "Animal biodiversity: An update of classification and diversity in 2013. In: Zhang, Z.-Q. (Ed.) Animal ... Davidson MW (26 May 2005). "Animal Cell Structure". Molecular Expressions. Tallahassee, Fla.: Florida State University. ... The deepest-branching animals - the earliest animals that appeared during evolution - are marine non-vertebrate organisms. The ...
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"Monogastrics Vs Ruminants" (PDF). "Animal Structure & Function". Archived from the original on 2012-05-02. Retrieved 2011-11-19 ... and cecal fermenters are smaller animals such as rabbits and rodents. Great apes derive significant amounts of phytanic acid ...
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Plants employ antioxidants to defend their structures against reactive oxygen species produced during photosynthesis. Animals ... that is not easily defined as an animal or non-animal, which may be related to one of the earliest instances of animal ... All animals are motile, if only at certain life stages. All animals except sponges have bodies differentiated into separate ... Animals had to change their feeding and excretory systems, and most land animals developed internal fertilization of their eggs ...
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Structures, including fences and signs. Parking, except on highways. Animals. Economic development services. Business licensing ... Governance structure of the municipality and its local boards. Accountability and transparency of the municipality and its ...
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Animal coloration; an account of the principal facts and theories relating to the colours and markings of animals. London, S. ... Chapter on structure and classification. First edition 1898. Longmans, Green, 1921. "Dr. F. E. Beddard". The Times. No. 44015. ... Animal Coloration: an account of the principal facts and theories relating to the colours and markings of animals Swan ... The structure and classification of birds. Longmans, Green, 1898 Beddard, Frank Evers. A text-book of zoogeography. Cambridge ...
... animal) shape, structure and functions; human impact on the environment; interaction between animals; treasures of the ... Life in the Dark - animals that live without daylight Urban Nature - wild animals living in the city Israel's Landscapes - ... with stuffed and mounted animals. Entrance ramp to1st floor. Form and Function - an exhibition showing how the body of animals ... Includes skeletons and taxidermies of animals such as Velociraptor (replica), giant Aldabra tortoise, Negev gazelle, porcupine ...
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While there, he photographed the growth of living cells using ultraviolet light and determined the structure of urea. He left ... Wyckoff, Ralph W. G (1972). The biochemistry of animal fossils. Bristol: Scientechnica. ISBN 978-0-85608-004-3. OCLC 925370875 ... Under Shoji Nishikawa, he presented his thesis about the crystallographic resolution of the structures of NaNO3 and CsICl2 in ... Wyckoff, Ralph W. G (1923). A survey of existing crystal structures data. Philadelphia and London: J.B. Lippincott Company. ...
W. M. Schleidt: "Reactions of turkeys to flying birds of prey and attempts to analyze their AAM's". In: Journal of Animal ... Journal of Social and Biological Structures 3 (1), pp. 1-15 (1980) doi:10.1016/0140-1750(80)90016-0. Schleidt, W. M.: Learning ... During his tenure at Seewiesen, he started his critical review of the basic concepts of ethology, the study of animal behavior ... doi:10.1111/j.1439-0310.1961.tb00241.x. D. Burkhardt, W. M. Schleidt, H. Altner: "Signals in the animal world". Heinz Moos ...
Domestic animals[which?] have apocrine glands at the base of each hair follicle, but eccrine glands only in foot pads and snout ... Structure and Function of Eccrine, Apocrine and Sebaceous Glands (3rd ed.). pp. 539-544. ISBN 978-0723435716.{{cite book}}: CS1 ... They are not significant for cooling in humans, but are the sole effective sweat glands in hoofed animals, such as the camels, ... Biological Structure and Function Books. Vol. 3. CUP Archive. p. 135. ISBN 9780521200486. Wilke et al. 2007, pp. 175-176. ...
"Farm structures ... - Ch10 Animal housing: Cattle housing". www.fao.org. Retrieved 22 May 2021. PubChem. "Benzene". pubchem. ... If the animal is slaughtered then it is no longer "good animal welfare". It is the human responsibility of the animals' ... These dominant animals have a priority choice of feed or lying areas and are generally stronger animals. For these reasons, it ... Proper animal handling, or stockmanship, is crucial to dairy animals' welfare as well as the safety of their handlers. Improper ...
Their arch-like structure allows interlocking of horns, which helps a male throw off his opponent during fights; horns also ... In a study it was observed that oxpeckers selectively attended to impala despite the presence of other animals such as Coke's ... Liebenberg, L. (1990). A Field Guide to the Animal Tracks of Southern Africa. Cape Town, South Africa: D. Philip. pp. 275-6. ... Impala are symbiotically related to oxpeckers, which feed on ticks from those parts of the antelope's body which the animal ...
AACC (1999). "CHAPTER 1: Starch Structure". Starch Structure in "Starches". St. Paul, Minnesota, USA: American Association of ... Starch has been consumed by people and animals for thousands of years. Thus, foods containing resistant starch are already ... Starch in food, Structure, function and applications. Boca Raton FL: CRC Press. p. 380. ISBN 1-85573-731-0. Wang, Shujun; ... This does not depend on the amylose or amylopectin content, but rather the structure of the granule protecting the starch. When ...
The Basic Structure of Cheek Teeth. The Animal Diversity Web (online). Retrieved June 20, 2006. Tapirs Described, the Tapir ... The Animal Diversity Web (online). Retrieved June 20, 2006. Myers, P., R. Espinosa, C. S. Parr, T. Jones, G. S. Hammond, and T ... Animal Diversity Web fact sheet on Tapirus terrestris Bell, Catharine E. (2001). Encyclopedia of the World's Zoos. Taylor & ... The proboscis of the tapir is a highly flexible organ, able to move in all directions, allowing the animals to grab foliage ...
A bachelor herd is a herd of (usually) juvenile male animals who are still sexually immature or 'harem'-forming animals who ... The social structure, aggression level, population size, and duration of presence of these herds across species varies greatly ... Some animals, for example New Zealand fur seals, live in a bachelor herd all year except for the mating season, when there is a ... There appears to be no rigid social structure during the non-breeding season and there is little competition for food or mates ...
Plants such as Homeria, Watsonia and Gladiolus, genera that are vulnerable to such animals, are probably the ones that produce ... Corms are stems that are internally structured with solid tissues, which distinguishes them from bulbs, which are mostly made ... Such animals eat through protective tunics, but they generally miss several cormels that remain in the soil to replace the ... In most places where geophytes are common, so are animals that feed on them, whether from above like pigs, or from below like ...
The laboratory also collects animal bones and seeds for reference. Recognizing that research can best be performed by a pool of ... the tendency to form stable atoms with a given energy structure (number and configuration of electrons and neutrons, etc.), and ...
As larger marine animals feed on smaller organisms that have been exposed to PFASs, the larger animals absorb the PFASs ... "PFAS structures in DSSTox (update August 2021)". CompTox Chemicals Dashboard. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection ... Contrary to the animal studies, the C8 studies did not find a probable link[vague] between elevated C8 exposure and liver ... "Fluorosurfactant - Structure / Function". Mason Chemical Company. 2007. Archived from the original on July 5, 2008. Retrieved ...
The Lost World Pyramid (Structure 5C-54) is the largest structure in the Mundo Perdido complex.[127] It lies in the southwest ... Among items recovered from the Late Classic tomb were a large collection of inscribed human and animal bone tubes and strips ... Structure 5D-96 is the central temple on the east side of the Plaza of the Seven Temples. It has been restored and its rear ... Structure 34 is a pyramid in the North Acropolis that was built by Siyaj Chan K'awiil II over the tomb of his father, Yax Nuun ...
The role of biological classification in early plant and animal geography. Dordrecht: Springer, p. 89, [8]. ... Succession is the relatively gradual change in structure and taxonomic composition that arises as the vegetation itself ... Dynamism in vegetation is defined primarily as changes in species composition and/or vegetation structure. ... structure, spatial extent, or any other specific botanical or geographic characteristics. It is broader than the term flora ...
The confidence value is based on judgments assigned in five different domains in a structured manner.[67] The GRADE working ... Animal testing. *Animal testing on non-human primates. *First-in-man study ... This branch of evidence-based medicine aims to make individual decision making more structured and objective by better ...
Regulation by insulin in animals[edit]. In animals, regulation of blood glucose levels by the pancreas in conjunction with the ... Structure of glycolysis components in Fischer projections and polygonal model[edit]. The intermediates of glycolysis depicted ... In animals, an isozyme of hexokinase called glucokinase is also used in the liver, which has a much lower affinity for glucose ... The change in structure is an isomerization, in which the G6P has been converted to F6P. The reaction requires an enzyme, ...
skin boats constructed from animal skins and reeds. *wooden-oared ships, sometimes pulled upstream by people and animals ... The original pyramidal structure, the "Anu Ziggurat" dates to around 4000 BC, and the White Temple was built on top of it c. ... Margarethe Uepermann (2007), "Structuring the Late Stone Age of Southeastern Arabia" (Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy Arabian ... At one end would stand the podium and a mudbrick table for animal and vegetable sacrifices. Granaries and storehouses were ...
... "consciously attack the structures supporting the COP15". Per Larsen, the chief coordinating officer for the Copenhagen police ...
"Higher education structure". State University Higher School of Economics. Nakuha noong 27 Disyembre 2007.. ... "List of animals of the Red Data Book of Russian Federation". Enrin.grida.no. Nakuha noong 27 Abril 2010 ...
Bertha arrives and fights the animal. They return to the cabin, where Beverly's father shows up to rescue her, and Bertha ... a decaying structure whose last owner was reportedly murdered. ...
Severin, H.H.P. (1910) A study of the structure of the egg of the Walking-Stick, Diapheromera femorata Say; and the biological ... Brock In Gale Research Staff (2003) Phasmida (Stick and leaf insects) , Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia: Insects, Gale Group ...
... /ˈkoʊliːn/[3] is an essential nutrient for humans and many other animals.[4] Choline occurs as a cation that forms ... Thus, Bayer was the first to resolve the structure of choline.[55][56][49] The compound now known as neurine is unrelated to ... Choline is often not classified as a vitamin, but as a nutrient with an amino acid-like metabolism.[2] In most animals, choline ... In 1865, Oscar Liebreich isolated "neurine" from animal brains.[53][15] The structural formulas of acetylcholine and ...
For example, the Committee on Animal Nutrition has produced a series of Nutrient requirements of domestic animals reports since ... Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C. ...
Research in animal models such as rodents has found many genes that are required for normal brain growth. For example, the ... and normal variation in brain structure as measured with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)‍-‌i.e., primarily brain cortical ... "Sex-dependent association of common variants of microcephaly genes with brain structure". Proceedings of the National Academy ...
Studies in experimental animals indicate that IL-6 in the CNS partly mediates the suppression of food intake and body weight ... 1p9m: Crystal structure of the hexameric human IL-6/IL-6 alpha receptor/gp130 complex ... repressing the chromatin structure surrounding the DNA sequence and inhibiting transcriptional machinery from accessing the ... "INDY-A New Link to Metabolic Regulation in Animals and Humans". Frontiers in Genetics. 8: 66. doi:10.3389/fgene.2017.00066 ...
As social structures broke down, many Khoekhoen settled on farms and became bondsmen (bondservants, serfs) or farm workers; ... In order to obtain optimal pasture for their animals, early settlers imitated the Khoikhoi seasonal transhumance movements and ... as well as the dissolution of many traditional structures. ...
He called the wood Callixylon, though he did not find any structures other than the trunk. The similarity to conifer wood was ... For the ancient animal, see Archaeopteryx.. Archaeopteris. Temporal range: Late Devonian-Early Carboniferous PreꞒ ... leaves and fertile structures were identified from the Waterloo Farm lagerstätte in what is now South Africa.[7] ...
... have since remained isolated and genetic structure within the population developed ~500 years ago when Armenia was ... and were even separated in categories depending on what sort of animals were depicted on them, such as artsvagorgs (eagle- ...
... the world's oldest extant unburied free-standing structures, and the world's oldest religious structures. (See Göbekli Tepe for ... c. 4000 BC-2000 BC-People and animals, a detail of rock-shelter painting in Cogul, Lleida, Spain, are painted. It is now at ... older, buried religious structures.). *3600-3200 BC-Construction of the first temple within the Mnajdra solar temple complex on ...
This sub-region is home to vulnerable animal communities, considered to be taxa that face a high risk of extinction in the ... it regulates the structure and function of the government of Zulia. Like all Venezuelan State Constitutions, it is subject to ... In the Perijá sub-region (mountainous area), the ecosystem is made up of a great diversity of animal communities: mammals, ... live communities of animals that are largely the same as those living in the dry region, especially the birds. At As for ...
... thus allowing it to take on more complex forms and potentially form structures similar to the RNA and DNA structures found ... High solubility of oxygen and carbon dioxide at room temperature supporting the evolution of aerobic aquatic plant and animal ... Even so, biogenic silica is used by some Earth life, such as the silicate skeletal structure of diatoms. According to the clay ... On Earth, all known living things have a carbon-based structure and system. Scientists have speculated about the pros and cons ...
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... of car accidents involving a retention pond adjacent to World Drive which required the addition of more safety structures.[16] ... Disney's Animal Kingdom *attractions. Water parks. *Disney's Typhoon Lagoon. *Disney's Blizzard Beach ...
According to Ronald M. Davidson, the rise of Tantric Buddhism was a response to the feudal structure of Indian society in the ...
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a b c d Kurt Rudolph, Gnosis: The Nature & Structure of Gnosticism (Koehler and Amelang, Leipzig, 1977) ... to overcome its animal nature. A human being captured by its animal desires, mistakenly claims autonomy and independence from ... Rudolph, Kurt (1987). Gnosis: The Nature & Structure of Gnosticism. Harper & Row. ISBN 978-0-06-067018-4. .. ...
These trams were an animal railway, usually using horses and sometimes mules to haul the cars, usually two as a team. Rarely, ... stationary engines and lengthy underground vault structures beneath the rails had to be provided. They also required physical ... Problems with horsecars included the fact that any given animal could only work so many hours on a given day, had to be housed ... Electric trams largely replaced animal power and other forms of motive power including cable and steam, in the late 19th and ...
... the mere presence of animals that talk does not make a tale a fairy tale, especially when the animal is clearly a mask on a ... Christopher Vogler, The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers, 2nd edition, p. 30, ISBN 0-941188-70-1. ... As Stith Thompson points out, talking animals and the presence of magic seem to be more common to the fairy tale than fairies ... Vladimir Propp, in his Morphology of the Folktale, criticized the common distinction between "fairy tales" and "animal tales" ...
The most notable structures are theatres, banks, department stores and other public buildings dating from the turn of the 20th ... Ostrava Zoo is the second largest zoo in the Czech Republic and home to more than 400 different species of animals. In 2014 a ...