Phascolarctos cinereus

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Noun1.Phascolarctos cinereus - sluggish tailless Australian arboreal marsupial with grey furry ears and coatPhascolarctos cinereus - sluggish tailless Australian arboreal marsupial with grey furry ears and coat; feeds on eucalyptus leaves and bark
opossum, phalanger, possum - small furry Australian arboreal marsupials having long usually prehensile tails
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Digestion and metabolism of natural foliar diet (Eucalyptus punctala) by an arboreal marsupial, the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus).
As such, the species covered in this work are the following: Smithopsis crassicaudata, Tarsipes rostratus, Macropus eugenii, Macropus rufus, Dendrolagus dorianus, Sarcophilus harrissi, Isoodon obesulus, Lasiorhinus latifrons, Phascolarctos cinereus, Thylogale billarderii, Dasyurus hallucatus, Trichosurus vulpecula and Setonix brachyurus.
For example, a koala Phascolarctos cinereus scat detection dog achieved higher efficacy (proportion of available scats found) and efficiency (time to find scats) than human observers (Cristescu et al.
Rawlinson et al., "Vaccination of koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) with a recombinant chlamydial major outer membrane protein adjuvanted with poly I:C, a host defense peptide and polyphosphazine, elicits strong and long lasting cellular and humoral immune responses," Vaccine, vol.
1.Which marsupial has the Latin name Phascolarctos cinereus? 2.How many years make up a vicennial period?
Comparison of type I and type II Chlamydia psittaci strains infecting koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus).
Koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus), which feed almost exclusively on Eucalyptus leaves year round, are one of the best-known obligatory specialists (Moore and Foley 2005).