Streptopelia risoria


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Related to Streptopelia risoria: African Collared Dove, Ringneck dove, Ring Dove
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Noun1.Streptopelia risoria - greyish Old World turtledove with a black band around the neck; often caged
turtledove - any of several Old World wild doves
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Evaluation of multidrug therapy with azithromycin, rifampin, and ethambutol for the treatment of Mycobacterium avium subsp avium in ring-neck doves (Streptopelia risoria): an uncontrolled clinical study.
Relationship of Trichomonas gallinae to the palatal-esophageal junction of ring doves (Streptopelia risoria) as revealed by scanning electron microscopy.
Diets enriched with a Jerte Valley cherry-based nutraceutical product reinforce nocturnal behaviour in young and old animals of nocturnal (Rattus norvegicus) and diurnal (Streptopelia risoria) chronotypes.
The role of nest-building activity in gonadotrophin secretions and the reproductive success of ring doves (Streptopelia risoria).
(2003), a melatonina, produzida pela glandula pineal sob ausencia de estimulo luminoso, exerce efeito inibitorio sob o metabolismo oxidativo de pombos da especie Streptopelia risoria. O metodo quantitativo de reducao do NBT utilizado por WIGLEY et al.
Melatonin and tryptophan as therapeutic agents against the impairment of the sleep-wake cycle and immunosenescence due to aging in Streptopelia risoria. Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2007;28:757-760.
Object permanence in ring doves (Streptopelia risoria).
9 Nature, he and his colleagues report on studies of ringdoves (Streptopelia risoria), an African species domesticated by hobbyists.
Effects of brood size on inter-clutch intervals, offspring development and male-female interactions in the ringed dove Streptopelia risoria. Animal Behaviour 41:27-36.
Some, like the ringed turtledove, Streptopelia risoria (Nottebohm and Nottebohm 1971), and the eastern phoebe, Sayornis phoebe (Kroodsma and Konishi 1991) have a genetically determined, structurally simple and stereotyped song, whereas in all oscine passetines song is learned (Marler and Peters 1977).