bubaline

Related to bubaline: Camelidae, ranine, Soliped

bubaline

(ˈbjuːbəˌlaɪn; -lɪn)
adj
1. (Zoology) (of antelopes) relating to or resembling the bubal
2. (Zoology) resembling or relating to the buffalo
[C19: from New Latin, from Latin būbalus; see bubal]
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Adj.1.bubaline - relating to or resembling a buffalo
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In this study, we have shown that BW and BCS were lower for the LBCS group, indicating that bubaline females present a similar physiological and metabolic pattern to that of female beef cattle.
However, the results obtained for the influence of season on the percentage incidence of in-apparent mastitis in bubaline are in line to findings noted by Joshi and Gokhale (2006), they demonstrated 5-20% influence of summer and winter seasons on the prevalence of subclinical mastitis in buffaloes.
Comparation between the technique of substitution of the round ligamentum by glycerin-preserved bubaline fascia lata and the use of transarticular pin in the reduction and stabilization of experimentally induzed coxofemoral luxation in dogs.
Homology modeling and functional annotation of bubaline pregnancy associated glycoprotein 2.
Therapeutic effects of sodium acid phosphate when combined with Dicalcium phosphate or single super phosphate, and total antioxidant status in bubaline parturient hemoglobinuria were investigated in this study.
Evaluation of PCR test for detecting major pathogens of Bubaline mastitis directly from mastitic milk samples of buffaloes.
In light of above facts, the present study was designed to evaluate potential of primary mouse embryonic fibroblasts seeded bubaline acellular diaphragm matrix for full-thickness skin defect repair in rats.
Frequency distribution of hard ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) infesting bubaline population of district Toba Tek Singh, Punjab, Pakistan.
But the reports in other species like bubaline [21] and bovine [16] species showed that the spermatogenesis was higher in younger than older age.
Bovine and bubaline oocytes were collected by follicular aspiration of post-mortem ovaries and in vitro matured for 18 h during ground transportation.
Mari et al., "Characterisation of bubaline coronavirus strains associated with gastroenteritis in water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) calves," Veterinary Microbiology, vol.
Aeromonas sobria in bubaline (water buffalo) abortion: growth requirement, biochemical characters, antibiotic susceptibility, experimental pathogenicity and serology.