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ant·ler

 (ănt′lər)
n.
One of a pair of hornlike, bony, deciduous growths, often elongated and branched, on the head of an adult member of the deer family, usually found only on males.

[Middle English aunteler, from Old French antoillier, from Vulgar Latin *antoculāre, anteoculāre : Latin ante-, ante- + Latin oculāris, of the eye; see ocular.]

ant′lered adj.

antler

(ˈæntlə)
n
(Zoology) one of a pair of bony outgrowths on the heads of male deer and some related species of either sex. The antlers are shed each year and those of some species grow more branches as the animal ages
[C14: from Old French antoillier, from Vulgar Latin anteoculare (unattested) (something) in front of the eye]

ant•ler

(ˈænt lər)

n.
one of the solid deciduous horns, usu. branched, of an animal of the deer family.
[1350–1400; Middle English aunteler < Middle French antoillier < Vulgar Latin *anteoculāris (rāmus) anteocular (branch of a stag's horn). See ante-, ocular]
ant′lered, adj.
ant′ler•less, adj.

ant·ler

(ănt′lər)
A horny growth on the head of a deer, moose, elk, or other related animal, usually having one or more branches. Antlers typically grow only on males and are shed and grown again each year.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.antler - deciduous horn of a member of the deer familyantler - deciduous horn of a member of the deer family
horn - one of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates
cervid, deer - distinguished from Bovidae by the male's having solid deciduous antlers
Translations
شُعَب وقَرْن الأيّل
paroh
gevirhorn
agancs
hjartar-/hreindÿrshorn
elnio ragas
brieža rags
coarnecorn
paroh
geyik boynuzu

antler

[ˈæntləʳ] Ncuerna f, asta f antlerscornamenta fsing

antler

nGeweihstange f; (set or pair of) antlersGeweih nt

antler

[ˈæntləʳ] npalco antlers nplcorna fpl

antler

(ˈӕntlə) noun
a deer's horn.
References in periodicals archive ?
Effects of Antler Development Stage on Fatty acid, Vitamin and GAGs Contents of Velvet Antler in Spotted Deer (Cervus nippon).
I had been easing along the edge of the rimrock, peering over it, trying to catch sight of velvet antler tips.
The collagen content of velvet antler at different cutting times in elk is shown in Figure 2.
30 days sample was the left antler tip, 60 days sample was the right antler tip and when the left antler tip continued to grow to three branched velvet antler was used as 90 days sample (Fig.
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In the future, a comparison between our measurements of germinal cell diameter in the Javan muntjac during the hard antler period and those in the velvet antler period is warranted to provide a better understanding of the potency of sperm production during both antler stages.
Velvet antler, the unossified antler of Cervus elaphus, is well known as an animal-based folk medicine widely used in Asia as an alternative oriental medicine to treat various diseases including osteoarthritis, myocardial infarction, hypertension, breast cancer, and PC [20-24].
Archery season opens the first Saturday in September each year, which offers an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to wrap a tag around a velvet antler. (Crossbows are legal to use on these areas only during the crossbow season, which runs from Oct.
The primary products produced from deer are venison and velvet antler. Velvet antlers are soft growing bony organs which are cast and fully regenerate every year (Li, 2003).
[30] showed that plasma levels of IGF-I, but not IGF-II, were significantly elevated during velvet antler growth in red deer.
Gong, "Effect of velvet antler polypeptide on peripheral nerve regeneration," Zhongguo Xiu Fu Chong Jian Wai Ke Za Zhi, vol.
The Growth Factors and anabolic compounds in Pure Factors Ultimate are naturally derived from Velvet Antler and Tribulus.