Equus asinus


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Noun1.Equus asinus - a wild ass of AfricaEquus asinus - a wild ass of Africa      
2.Equus asinus - domestic beast of burden descended from the African wild assEquus asinus - domestic beast of burden descended from the African wild ass; patient but stubborn
Equus, genus Equus - type genus of the Equidae: only surviving genus of the family Equidae
burro - small donkey used as a pack animal
moke - British informal for donkey
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Determination of the prevalence of oral pathologies in burros (Equus asinus africanus) of the Department of Cordoba, Colombia
The domestication of donkeys (Equus asinus) dates back to nearly 4000 BC.
Haskel Greenfield, from the University of Manitoba in Canada, the paper's lead author, said in the statement on the paper: "this [discovery] is significant because it demonstrates how early domestic donkeys were controlled, and adds substantially to our knowledge of the history of donkey (Equus asinus) domestication and evolution of riding and equestrian technology."
Se utilizaron nueve caballos criollos (Equus ferus caballus) y dos burros (Equus asinus africanus), de ambos sexos (8 machos y 3 hembras), con edades comprendidas entre 5 y 12 anos (agrupados en 3 grupos etarios: <5 anos, de 5 a 10 anos y >10 anos), los cuales presentaron edema y un area eritematosa focal, al detallar el area lesionada, se observo un punto necrotico central y dos halos alrededor (un halo blanco medial y un halo violaceo mas externo) y la presencia de un area de necrosis progresiva; siendo compatibles con LDN.
Sixty-one isolates of Sordaria fimicola were isolated from the dung samples of cow (Bos taurus), horse (Equus caballus) buffalo (Bos taurus), donkey (Equus asinus), rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), sheep (Ovis aries), camel (Camelus bactrianus) and goat (Capra hircus) collected from different areas of Lahore by adopting a moist chamber method.
Ocular infection of donkeys (Equus asinus) with Setaria equina.
Mules (Equus mulus) and hinnies (Equus hinnus) are the sterile hybrid offspring that result from the mating of donkeys (Equus asinus) to horses (Equus caballus; Benirschke et al., 1962).
Samples came from 265 horses (Equus caballuS), 30 mules (Equus mulus), and 5 donkeys (Equus asinus).
Dentro del grupo de los perisodactilos, tanto la leche de yegua (Equus caballus) como la de burra (Equus asinus) han sido estudiadas por razones relacionadas con las propiedades nutricionales y terapeuticas difundidas desde tiempos ancestrales, sobre todo en paises de Europa y Asia (8, 11).