Bitis


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Fractionation and purification of Bitis arietans crude venom by gel electrophoresis, and characterisation of some enzymatic and biological activities.
Ergenlik evresi, baslangic ve bitis surelerinin belirlenmesinde oldugu kadar normal ve anormalliginin belirlenmesinde de gucluk cekilen bir donemdir.
Surprisingly, when asked to cite the names of companies that get SA 8000 or WRAP certification, a few consumers respond to this question by mentioning some pretty well-known companies operating in the textile, garment and footwear industries like Viet Tien, May 10, Thanh Cong, Kym Dan, Coasts Phong Phu, and Bitis or FDI companies like Unilever, Honda Vietnam.
The local people reported the presence of spectacular large snakes like Puff-Adder Bitis arietans (Merrem, 1820), Southern African rock python (Python natalensis A.
Observations on the natural history of Peringuey's adder, Bitis peringueyi (Boulenger) (Reptilia: Viperidae).
Alti dakika yurume testinde desaturasyon mevcuttu (baslangic saturasyonu %96, bitis saturasyonu %90) ve yurume mesafesi 480m tespit edildi.
The only anti-venom available in Abu Dhabi hospitals is Polyvalent Snake Antivenom (Equine), which contains immunoglobulin fraction in a sufficient quantity to neutralise 25 times the lethal dose of venom of six species of snakes, including Bitis Arietans, Cerastes Cerastes, Echis Carinatus, Echis Coloratus, Naja Haje and Walterinnesia Aegyptia.
Alexander Bitis sets as his goal the examination of "the role of the Russian army, government, and society .
Natriciteres variegata (13), Dendroaspis viridis (9), Mehelya poensis (7), Boiga blandingii (7), Calabaria reinhardti (6), Bitis gabonica (6), Mehelya crossii (5) and Grayia smythii (5) constituted 69.
In contrast, gallamine (a non-depolarizing muscle relaxant) or the venom of the puff adder Bitis arietans reduced the force of contraction.
Timber weighing more than 55 pounds per cubic foot is given the trade name bitis or nyatoh batu.
Many other much less specialized reptiles are also occasionally found in these deserts, among them the western striped mabuya (Mabuya occidentalis), the viper Bitis caudalis, which also lives in relatively moist areas, the Cape cobra (Naja nivea), the Cape side-necked turtle (Pelomedusa subrufa), which makes use of even the smallest pools in the Kalahari, and the leopard tortoise (Geochelone pardalis), which terminates its hibernation when the summer rains begin.
Eimeria bitis Fantham, 1932 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae), was found in the feces of a puff adder, Bitis arietans (Serpentes: Viperidae), from Namibia, southwest Africa.
Vision Solutions identified a growing market demand for data integration solutions in Japan through its channel partner Bitis, with headquarters in Tokyo.