Crotalus atrox

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Noun1.Crotalus atrox - largest and most dangerous North American snake; of southwestern United States and Mexico
rattler, rattlesnake - pit viper with horny segments at the end of the tail that rattle when shaken
Crotalus, genus Crotalus - large rattlesnakes; seldom bite unless startled or pursuing prey
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Although formulated especially for the western diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox), the company says the vaccine's best coverage also offers protection against bites of the western rattlesnake, prairie rattlesnake, Great Basin rattlesnake, northern and southern Pacific rattle snakes, and copperheads.
E um dia sendo picado por uma cascavel mortifera chamada Crotalus atrox. Ele tinha um paleto azul e uma faixa de gordura na nuca.
Proteolytic digestion of non-collagenous basement membrane proteins by the hemorrhagic metalloproteinase Ht-e from Crotalus atrox venom.
Hemorrhagic toxins from western diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) venom: Isolation and characterization of five toxins and the role of zinc in hemorrhagic toxine.
Researchers at Red Rock Biologies developed a rattlesnake vaccine, Crotalus Atrox Toxoid, that can be given to horses and dogs in advance of a trip to rattlesnake country or before rattlesnakes become active (generally in spring and summer), in an effort to reduce the adverse effects of rattlesnake bites and allow extra time for conventional treatment.
Western diamond-backed rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox (Serpentes: Viperidae), gain water by harvesting and drinking rain, sleet, and snow.
Kochva, "Antihemorrhagic factors from the blood serum of the western diamondback rattlesnake Crotalus atrox," Toxicon, vol.
Behavioural examination of the infrared sensitivity of rattlesnakes (Crotalus atrox).
Fourteen adult rattlesnakes were used as subjects (4 Crotalus viridis, 3 Crotalus atrox, 3 Crotalus oreganus, 2 Crotalus helleri, 1 Crotalus horridus, and 1 Crotalus lutosus).