Neonatal hematology of selected species of cervidae
The sambar, native to India, is also a Cervidae
, but it is a large and powerfully built animal.
Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy that can infect mammals in the family Cervidae
, which includes deer, elk, and moose, among other species.
family of deer is much different from the Bovidae family (think bulls and bison), which grow permanent, not deciduous, horns.
Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a TSE found in members of the family Cervidae
Taber (1956) provides a method to determine sex of Cervidae
from skeletal remains excluding the skull for white-tailed (Odocoileus virginianus) and black-tailed (O.
The roebuck used to be the only member of the Cervidae
, the deer family, to be found in the Land of Israel.
I'm not quite sure what the good folks at SunChips were thinking when they designed their sound barrier-breaking package, but they're a new favorite with the Cervidae
Cervids are a group of animals that belong to the order Artiodactyla and the family Cervidae
is distributed worldwide in a variety of biomes, although they are becoming rare in several areas of natural occurrence (MARQUES et al.
The deer of all lands--history of the family Cervidae
living and extinct.
5) found that sexual dimorphism is especially pronounced within the Bovidae and Cervidae
families, both of which exhibit male-male competitive interactions.
This pattern of behavior is common with Cervidae
where the prevailing breeding system is the "tending bond" type where a dominate male attempts to isolate a female during estrous (Clutton-Brock et al.