Camelus


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Synonyms for Camelus

type genus of the Camelidae: camels

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We have previously shown and isolated the cDNA of this gene from Camelus dromedaries and identified the gene sequences (NCBI accession number HQ214118) (Elrobh et al.
In the present work, we describe the cloning and heterologous expression in Eschericia coli BL21 (DE3) of the enzyme CdGSTP1-1 from Camelus dromedarius.
The aim of this study was to report a SCC in a Camelus dromedarius.
Passeriformes account for 50% of all birds while the Struthio camelus, the ostrich, has a pigeonhole all to his/herself.
Australia's government has set aside Au10 million ($16 million) to address the growing problem of the one-humped Camelus dromedarius which were brought to Australia in 1840 from India and Palestine as an ideal means of transporting heavy goods through the nation's arid heartland, contributing significantly to developing Australia's dry interior.
Brachisira sp, Spirogyra comunis, Eunotia camelus, Eunotia serra, Surirella dydima, Cymbella naviculiformis, Eunotia zygodon, Scenodesmus subspicatus, Oscillatoria sp, Merismopedia convulata, Clamydomonas sp, Spirogyra tabiques, Stauroneis sp, Encyonema mesianum, se registraron durante los muestreos 11 al 18, que corresponden al mes de octubre para el lago 2 y el total de los muestreos en el lago 3.
It is estimated that no more than 660 wild Bactrian camels, Camelus bactrianus ferus (Figure 1), and possibly as few as 500 survive in China.
Only 1,500 to 3,000 of the enigmatic Camelus bactrianus roam Mongolia and China.
RELATED ARTICLE: The wild Bactrian Camel Camelus bactrianus ferus
The ostrich belongs to the Struthio camelus species.
Key words: anatomy, arthrography, radiography, metatarsophalangeal joint, avian, ostrich, Struthio camelus
1992) y tambien en especies silvestres como Passer domesticus (Guraya & Chalana 1976), Columba livia (Guraya 1989a), Spheniscus magellanicus (Bulfon & Bee de Speroni 2003), Struthio camelus (Madekuroswa & Kimaro 2006), Columbina picui (Altamirano et al.
Eleven animal species, that include Acanthodactylus cantoris, Bos primigenius indicus, Bufo stomaticus, Camelus ferus bacterianus, Eryx johnii, Homo sapiens sapiens, Hoplobatrachus tigerinus, Oligodon taeniolatus and Oligodon arnensis, Pavo cristatus, Uromastyx hardwickii and Varanus griseus koniecznyi were commonly used for the preparation of zoo-therapeutics.
2004) and Peruvian Vicuna (Hoffman, 2004) but different from Camelus dromedarius (Ansari-Renani, 2008; 2010) where more than 3 primary follicles were found per follicle group.