*  Hairless dog - Wikipedia
The only AHT distinguishing characteristics from its coated Rat Terrier foundation stock is its hairlessness. Other ... For dogs where hairlessness is a dominant gene, hairless to hairless matings will on average produce 66.6% hairless and 33.3% ... The American Hairless Terrier (AHT) is the only dog breed with a recessive hairless gene. Unlike the hairlessness resulting ... Chinese Crested Dog Mexican Hairless Dog (Xoloitzcuintli) Peruvian Hairless Dog Ecuadorian Hairless Dog (Perro calvo dorado ...
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*  Fur - Wikipedia
Other examples of artificially selected hairless animals include the hairless guinea-pig, nude mouse, and the hairless rat. ... The naked mole-rat has evolved hairlessness, perhaps as an adaptation to their subterranean life-style. Two of the largest ... Mammals with reduced amounts of fur are often called "naked", as with the naked mole-rat, or "hairless", as with hairless dogs. ... The hairless bat is mostly hairless but does have short bristly hairs around its neck, on its front toes, and around the throat ...
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*  Laboratory rat - Wikipedia
Hairless lab rats provide researchers with valuable data regarding compromised immune systems and genetic kidney diseases. It ... 1979). Three Variations of Hairlessness Associated with Albanism in the Laboratory Rat. Laboratory Animal Science, vol. 29, pp ... A laboratory rat or lab rat is a rat of the species Rattus norvegicus (brown rat) which is bred and kept for scientific ... The Sprague Dawley rat and Long-Evans rats were developed from Wistar rats. Wistar rats are more active than others like ...
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*  Fancy rat - Wikipedia
... such as hairless rats. Hairless rats are a coat variety characterized by varying levels of hair loss. Hairless rats, bred from ... the coat is affected differently-causing hairlessness, and earning the colloquial name, "double-rex". One subset of semi- ... These rat-catchers would then either kill the rats, or, more likely, sell the rats to be used in blood sport. Rat-baiting was a ... Another risk to rat owners is Rat-bite fever. This is a rare disease among domesticated rats and is most often found in rats ...
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*  American Hairless Terrier - Wikipedia
For dogs where hairlessness is a dominant gene, hairless to hairless matings will on average produce 66.6% hairless and 33.3% ... Matings between hairless AHTs will produce completely hairless litters. Between hairless AHT to coated AHT or Rat Terrier, ... The distinct American Hairless Terrier breed began in 1972 when one hairless puppy named Josephine appeared in a Rat Terrier ... In 1999, the breed was recognized as Rat Terrier, Hairless Variety by the United Kennel Club. In the US, the American Hairless ...
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*  Dog coat genetics - Wikipedia
The American Hairless Terrier is unrelated to the other hairless breeds and displays a different hairlessness gene. Unlike the ... Because the breed is new and rare, outcrossing to the parent breed (the Rat Terrier) is permitted to increase genetic diversity ... "hairless" dogs are the Xoloitzcuintli (Mexican Hairless Dog), the Peruvian Inca Orchid (Peruvian Hairless Dog) and the Chinese ... The hairlessness gene permits hair growth on the head, legs and tail. Hair is sparse on the body, but present and typically ...
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*  Acne Models | SpringerLink
Activity on Sebaceous Glands of the Fuzzy Rat. *. Ferguson FG, Irving GW III, Stedham MA (1979) Three variants of hairlessness ... Kimura T, Doi K (1996) Spontaneous comedones on the skin of hairless descendants of Mexican hairless dogs. Exp Anim 45:377-384 ... Paracortical hyperplasia of superficial lymph nodes in a new mutant strain of hairless rats (ISh): a lesion similar to ... A burn wound healing model in the hairless descendant of the Mexican hairless dog. J Burn Care Rehabil 18:306-312Google Scholar ...
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*  The Aquatic Ape Theory--Elaine Morgan
There is a naked Somalian mole rat which never ventures above ground. All other non-human mammals which have lost all or most ... And, especially for a savannah primate, there would be a high price to pay for hairlessness. Primate infants are carried around ... It has been suggested that humans became hairless 'to prevent overheating in the savannah'. But no other mammal has ever ...
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*  Sandwalk: September 2009
RIGHT from the start of modern evolutionary science, why humans are hairless has been controversial. "No one supposes," wrote ... They probably see us in the same way we see naked mole rats. We (mostly) have no hair.. What happened to our hair? There are ... It won't come as a big surprise to learn that she dismisses all of the speculations about the evolution of hairlessness, except ... many explanations for human hairlessness but they all share one common characteristic-they are adaptationist just-so stories.1 ...
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*  Hair - Wikipedia
The general hairlessness of humans in comparison to related species may be due to loss of functionality in the pseudogene ... Flat scutes, with the edges in apposition, and not overlaid, clothe both surfaces of the tail of the beaver, rats, and others ... In order to comprehend why humans are essentially hairless, it is essential to understand that mammalian body hair is not ... The "ectoparasite" explanation of modern human nakedness is based on the principle that a hairless primate would harbor fewer ...
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*  Why People Lost Their Fur | The Scientist Magazine®
... another animal example is rats tails responsible for about 30% of rat thermoregulation). To the above scientific information, I ... Becoming hairless then made the protruding mammaries even more conspicuous,  providing women also lost the ability to grow ...  This may be consistent with the emergence of bipedalism prior to hairlessness. It would be interesting to see how factoring ... another animal example is rats tails responsible for about 30% of rat thermoregulation). To the above scientific information, I ...
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*  Ukrainian Levkoy - Wikipedia
Absolutely hairless kittens need special attention, because they tend to be weaker than the others. Adult Levkoys are very ... Levkoys are very sociable, enjoying human or family company as well as the company of other domestic pets (e.g., dogs, rats, ... as well as a spontaneous natural dominant mutation of hairlessness or baldness of the domestic cat gene BD in Russia. Both had ... Rolandus Union International (ICFA RUI, Ukraine) The Catteries Union of hairless (naked) fold (lop-eared) cats of Ukrainian ...
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*  6 Strange Breeds of Hairless Cats | Featured Creature
I've had hairless rats too. Something about the hairless gene that makes them SO friendly. ... There are several breeds of cat that differ in the level of hairlessness they sport. Some are completely bald while others ... I had a hairless rat one time, ugly as shit but sweet as could be. She looked just like one of the pink cats shown. I wish I ... i have wanted a hairless cat for as long as i can remember, now there is 2 hairless cats that i want, the bambino, and the ...
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*  Hairgro | definition of Hairgro by Medical dictionary
Hairless Descendants of Mexican Hairless Dogs. *Hairless mole-rat. *Hairless mole-rat ... hairlessness. *hairline. *hairline fracture. *hair-on-end appearance. *hair-on-end sign ...
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*  Abnormalities of hair structure and skin histology derived from CRISPR/Cas9-based knockout of phospholipase C-delta 1 in mice |...
The previous study revealed that hairlessness phenotype in nude mice is caused by insufficient expression of phospholipase C- ... while hairless pigs will be an ideal model for skin-related study and other biomedical researches because of the similarity of ... which will lay a solid foundation for the generation of hairless PLCD1 KO pigs. Generation of PLCD1 sgRNAs and Cas 9 mRNA was ... although homozygotes don't display completely hairless phenotype as expected. ...
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*  Hairlike | definition of hairlike by Medical dictionary
Hairless mole-rat. *Hairless mole-rat. *Hairless mole-rat. *hairlessness. *hairlessness. *hairlessness ... Hairless Descendants of Mexican Hairless Dogs. *Hairless mole-rat. * ...
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*  Mexican Hairless Dog - Wikipedia
Most hairless dogs are black or bluish-gray in color. The allele responsible for the Xolo's hairlessness also affects the dog's ... only for it to turn out to be a rabid sewer rat. Nahuatl Dictionary. (1997). Wired Humanities Project. University of Oregon. ... Coated Xolos (hh) are the recessive expression, and breeding hairless to coated or hairless to hairless may produce pups of ... hairless and coated. Hairless Xolos are the dominant expression of the heterozygous Hh hairless trait. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_Hairless_Dog
*  Neoteny in humans - Wikipedia
The smaller number of individual head hairs and the marked hairlessness of the remainder of the body are infantile traits, as ... Castle, W.E. (1922). Genetic studies of rabbits and rats. Carnegie Institution of Washington:Washington, D.C. Pitt Rivers ... hairless body). Neoteny of the genitals is marked by the absence of a baculum (penis bone); the presence of a hymen; and the ... the hairless face; hair on (top of) the head; larger eyes; ear shape; small nose; small teeth; and the small maxilla (upper jaw ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neoteny_in_humans
*  Top 20 of the World's Rarest Dog Breeds - LUV My dogs
17.Peruvian Hairless Dog. The Peruvian Hairless Dog is a breed of dog with its origins in Peruvian pre-Inca cultures. It is one ... The dogs were used in Thailand as watchdogs, to pull carts, and to hunt vermin such as rats and dangerous prey such as cobras ... According to the FCI breed standard, the most important aspect of its appearance is its hairlessness. The dog may have short ... Peruvian Hairless dogs are affectionate with family but wary of strangers. They tend to be very protective of women and ...
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*  ShukerNature: 2015
Labels: chupacabra, cryptozoology, hairless bear, hairless blue dogs, hairless blue horse, hairless hyaena, karl shuker, ... In short, hairlessness in mammals can be caused by a number of different factors, but judging from its specific appearance I ... giant rat of Sumatra (1) * giant rats (1) * giant raven (1) * giant salamanders (2) ... One of the three hairless spectacled bears from Leipzig Zoo (© EPA - reproduced here via the Fair Use convention on a strictly ...
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*  Dad's Diary - a journey through childhood cancer: October 2004
Rats!! I have to run. More on the "graham of rice" and my SuperDad Mobile tomorrow. Yep once again, my purpose seems to be ... After all, every time she has had hair she has had cancer so the hairless look has really started to grow on me. On Friday ... I am actually pretty comfortable with the whole hairlessness thing. As far back as I can remember the only times that she had ... My twerp had ratted me out. Lynley and I laughed for a good twenty minutes once I had explained the afternoon's highlights. ...
  http://www.sydneydungan.com/2004/10/
*  Voltage- and temperature-dependent activation of TRPV3 channels is potentiated by receptor-mediated PI(4,5)P2 hydrolysis | JGP
Voltage is a partial activator of rat thermosensitive TRP channels. J. Physiol. 585:469-482. doi:10.1113/jphysiol.2007.144287. ... The TRPV3 mutation associated with the hairless phenotype in rodents is constitutively active. Cell Calcium. 43:334-343. doi: ... spontaneous autosomal dominant mutations in TRPV3 that result in constitutive channel activity cause hairlessness and increase ... TRPA1 receptor localisation in the human peripheral nervous system and functional studies in cultured human and rat sensory ...
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*  mathbionerd: 2013
Similarly hairlessness independently (we call it convergent evolution) evolved in naked mole rats, manatees, and cetaceans ( ... The beaver has a large, flat, hairless tail. By Steve, Washington, DC via Wikimedia Commons. ... And naked mole rats technically aren't completely naked, they also have whiskers (but they are mostly naked):. ... Yes, hairlessness over most of our bodies evolved in humans, but it did so independently in the human lineage. ...
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*  Stockingtease, The Hunsyellow Pages, Kmart, Msn, Microsoft, Noaa … | Fogus Webpage
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