Palmipedes

Pal`mip´e`des


n. pl.1.(Zool.) Same as Natatores.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Lagarrigue, "La steatose hepatique des palmipedes gaves: bases metaboliques et sensibilite genetique," INRA Productions Animales, vol.
In: 10eme Journees de la Recherche Avicole et Palmipedes a Foie Gras, pp.
Feather mites of waterfowl and wading birds of the orders of rails, grebes, palmipedes, anserines, herons, gulls and limicoles.
The Hungarian Andras Csyllaghy will shoulder him as vice-president, while Jean Schwebel, a producer in the East of France, will become honorary president, said the Comite interprofessionnel des palmipedes a foie gras (Cifog), on 26 October.
Interestingly, the ability of birds to form fatty liver in response to overfeeding depends not only on the species, but also on the breed of Palmipedes (Hermier et al., 1991; Poujardieu et al., 1994; Hermier et al., 1999).