Moreover, comparison with other species revealed that homology between the white cashmere goat and Capra hircus was 98%, Equus caballus was 70%, Ovis aries
was 85% and Bos taurus was 75% (Table I).
8% identity with those of SPLUNC1 cDNA from Ovis aries
ABSTRACT: Livestock especially Ovis aries
(sheep) is under sober coercion of clinical and sub-clinical gastrointestinal helminthes infestation, which blights productive and reproductive potential of the animals.
Activation and comparative kinetics of Ovis aries
plasmin with human plasmin
This perception, that sheep are somehow both meat and vegetables, derives from the stereotype that they are so passive and docile they approach a vegetative state--which derives in turn from the heavily over-determined symbolic place of Ovis aries
in Western cultures.
2000) observaron que en los Zorrinos Andinos, que ocurren en habitats alterados por la ganaderia (actividad practicada en el area de estudio), la carrona constituye una fuente de alimento muy importante, comportamiento que nos ayuda a explicar la presencia de Ovis aries
dentro de nuestros resultados.
In the animal kingdom, Ovis aries
is the Latin name for which wool-producing animal?
After introductory chapters on Ovis aries
(domesticated sheep) production and welfare from a UK perspective, chapters on specific diseases of the various bodily systems review the cause, clinical signs, pathology, diagnosis, epidemiology, and control and treatment.
Gene Af1, presented a higher expression in antler mesenchyme of female reindeer than the male reindeer, was found to share a high homology (95%) with the Ovis aries
SMAD family member 5 (SMAD5) that related to transforming growth factor (TGF-ss).
The complete mitochondrial genome of domestic sheep, Ovis aries
05 which indicated close relationship between camel and Ovis aries
According to research worker the level of spontanea changeable of karyotype in animal of species Bos Taurus, Bos Grinniens, Ovis Aries
, and Equus Caballus is fluctuating on an average 3, 8 to 24,5% [5- 8, 1, 3-4].