47, at 2-24 (identifying Saiga
Antelope, Mediterranean Monk Seals,
is recognized as a prominent Japanese diplomat with extensive experience working with the international body and held key posts in her diplomatic career from serving as the consul general in Seattle, to holding a post at the Japanese mission in New York as an ambassador and then going on to become the Japanese ambassador in Norway and Iceland.
LOOK-A-LIKEY: Corrie's Audrey Roberts and a saiga
Recent work on the role of migratory Saiga
antelopes in livestock disease epidemiology has shown how host movement, multiple host species, and temporal and climatic variation must be included in population dynamics models of parasites (33).
Kazakhstan hosted 5,000 birds 20 years ago but conservationists feared nests were being trampled by livestock where land was farmed and that in more remote areas vegetation was too dense for nesting because it was no longer grazed by the heavily poached saiga
CUTLINE: Steve Austin as Conrad and Masa Yamaguchi as Saiga
in "The Condemned.
The Chinese and South Korean governments have great influences on North Korea,'' said Lefkowitz, who has been working closely on human rights issues with his Japanese counterpart Fumiko Saiga
While making Trials of Life in the late 1990s I filmed a million Saiga
antelope migrating across the plains of central Asia.
The maiden heifer from Setmabanning, near Keswick, was sired by the French bull Saiga
and is out of the well bred Cloughhead Sacha.
Simon Millington, Phil Kemp, Co-op' Stan Smith and David Ward' Angela Mulligan, Co-op' Claire Barry and Saiga
Janjua, Co-op' John Crittenden, Co-op' with Geoffrey Burcher and Bill Good' Steve Line, Andy Smith, Co-op' Alex Lancaster and Steve Taylor, Co-op' Paul Edmeades, Iain Johnstone, Adam Dean, Co-op' and Will Lodder' Andy Benson, Co-op' with Robin Spickernell, Andrew Roberts and Peter Spickernell' Pictures, JOHN HIPKISS
However it soon became clear that the main contributor is pasture decline due to grazing pressure--the same factor which imperils the future of the wild horse as well as the herds of ibex, argali, Mongolian gazelle, black-tailed gazelle and the critically endangered saiga
Extracts prepared from the horn of the antelope Saiga
tatarica Linnaeus (Cornu Saigae tataricae; Lingyangjiao; TCM 4 in Table 1), the red Peony root (Radix Paeoniae rubrae; Chishao; Paeonia lactiflora Pallas (Paeoniaceae); TCM 5 in Table 1), and the scorpion Buthus martensi Karsch (Scorpio; Quanxie; TCM 18 in Table 1) showed less potent inhibitory activity with an I[C.