bubaline

Related to bubaline: Camelidae, ranine, Soliped

bubaline

(ˈbjuːbəˌlaɪn; -lɪn)
adj
1. (Zoology) (of antelopes) relating to or resembling the bubal
2. (Zoology) resembling or relating to the buffalo
[C19: from New Latin, from Latin būbalus; see bubal]
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Adj.1.bubaline - relating to or resembling a buffalo
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Bubaline placenta was obtained and processed for extraction of extracellular proteins at pH 9.
Interest in bubaline species has increased in recent years, being motivated by several factors such as milk production and its derivatives [1].
Similar to the previously reported cases in bubaline females (SANT'ANA et al.
Evaluation of a 3 % surf solution (surf field mastitis test) for the diagnosis of subclinical bovine and bubaline mastitis.
31, 32] also reported significant decrease in the free amino group concentration with increased cross-linking time intervals in acellular bubaline acellular intestinal matrix and fish swim bladder respectively.
Frequency distribution of hard ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) infesting bubaline population of district Toba Tek Singh, Punjab, Pakistan.
But the reports in other species like bubaline [21] and bovine [16] species showed that the spermatogenesis was higher in younger than older age.
Bovine and bubaline oocytes were collected by follicular aspiration of post-mortem ovaries and in vitro matured for 18 h during ground transportation.
Aeromonas sobria in bubaline (water buffalo) abortion: growth requirement, biochemical characters, antibiotic susceptibility, experimental pathogenicity and serology.
Random amplified polymorphic DNA for the specific detection of bubaline Echinococcus granulosus by hybridization assay.
Therefore, the bubaline species is a new alternative for milk and meat production in the Zulia state.