bucardo

bucardo

(buːˈkɑːdəʊ)
n
a recently extinct Spanish mountain goat
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Sin embargo, se tienen estudios como los realizados por Bucardo, Saavedra y Camarena (2015); Marin y Rivera (2014); Fayolle y Toutain (2011) que enfatizan que es la necesidad economica y social la que activa la inspiracion orientada al emprendimiento.
de Graaf M, van Beek J, Vennema H, Podkolzin AT, Hewitt J, Bucardo F, et al.
Bucardo Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, Leon A.
Indeed, proof-of-concept has already been achieved with the birth of a bucardo in 2009.
The possibility of "bringing back" extinct species like the Dodo has been the subject of a recent outpouring of discussion in popular (16) and scientific (17) literature, and a number of active initatives are under way to revive facsimiles of the extinct passenger pigeon, (18) bucardo, (19) gastric brooding frog, (20) woolly mammoth, (21) and auroch.
We ducked inside to take cover from a sudden downpour and listened to Victoria Bucardo Castillo talk about her work in the community as a religious leader and natural herbalist.
La revista Science se ha hecho eco de los esfuerzos que se estan llevando a cabo para recuperar mediante tecnicas de clonacion al bucardo, la cabra de los Pirineos (Capra pirenaica pirenaica) cuyo ultimo ejemplar conocido, una hembra, fue hallado muerto en el ano 2000.
A large creature weighing up to 220 pounds, the bucardo had long horns that swept back from its head and then curled frontward.
The Agriculture and Forestry Minister Ariel Bucardo confirmed that of the 140,000 acres of beans planted during subcycleseason, losses of 7.
Travis Whitmore greeted Salem-Keizer reliever Wilber Bucardo with a single to load the bases for Michael Gallic, who drove in Garce to give the Ems a 4-0 lead.
Ulibarri M, Semple SJ, Rao S , Strathdee SA, FragaVallejo MA, Bucardo J, et al.
Patterson TL, Semple SJ, Fraga M, Bucardo J, de la Torre A, Salazar J, et al.