Mazama


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Noun1.Mazama - brocketsMazama - brockets        
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Cervidae, family Cervidae - deer: reindeer; moose or elks; muntjacs; roe deer
brocket - small South American deer with unbranched antlers
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Adicionalmente, los resultados filogeneticos obtenidos con microsatelites fueron muy similares a los obtenidos con otros marcadores para los generos Odocoileus y Mazama.
A partir de las densidades obtenidas en la "Region Sur" (identificada como de ligera intervencion humana) y considerando los valores de la literatura (Robinson & Redford, 1991), se genero un Modelo de Sostenibilidad, en base al cual se infiere que la caza de Mazama americana, Agouti paca, Eira barbara y Leopardus pardalis no es sostenible.
The red brocket, Mazama americana, has been recorded from southern Tamaulipas, Mexico, southward through Central American into South America (Hall, 1981).
Forest Service's dentists theorize that the tree was almost immediately covered with 10 feet of volcanic ash, and shortly thereafter an immense mud flow from Mazama piled on another 30 feet of material.
91 in a nonscoring meet that included Mazama, La Pine and Oak Hill.
In their introductory chapter, Mazama and Musumunu provide a comprehensive, wide-ranging and detailed account of the use of formal education to disenfranchise African Americans throughout U.
Approximately 7,700 years ago, Mount Mazama underwent a violent volcanic eruption that was followed by the inward collapse of the upper portion of the 12,000-foot mountain.
FRUIT PREFERENCE ANALYSIS IN THE DIET OF THE BROWN BROCKET DEER Mazama gouazoubira Fischer (MAMMALIA, CERVIDAE), IN A SECONDARY YUNGAS ENVIRONMENT (TUCUMAN--ARGENTINA)
At the Mazama Store in Washington's Methow Valley, locals gather to gossip over lattes and homemade apricot-cashew bread before heading out to spend the day hiking the Cascades.
The six initial donors to the program are Ron Sauer, a 1980 UO graduate in finance, and president of Mazama Capital Management in Portland; James Rippey, a 1953 UO graduate in business administration, and founder and retired president of Columbia Management Group in Portland; Eli Morgan, who attended the UO College of Business until 1958 and is chairman and CEO of 2030 Investors LLC in Portland; Robert Jesenik, a 1980 UO graduate in accounting, and CEO of Aequitas Capital Management in Lake Oswego; Chuck Lillis of Castle Rock, Colo.
Fire restrictions have been put into place at the national park, including for the Mazama and Lost Creek campgrounds and the Rim Village picnic area.