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2012), showing that the diversity of African mitochondrial DNA is largely embedded within the mitochondrial DNA diversity of Near East cattle, support that the maternal ancestor of African domestic cattle may have originate from the same center of cattle domestication and/or auroch populations than the European taurine, in the Fertile Crescent.
Conversely, wild ungulates have been regarded as a potential source of disease outbreaks in domestic cattle (Aguirre et al.
Another study found that domestic cattle (Bos taurus) trampled active desert tortoise burrows and vegetation surrounding burrows (Avery and Neibergs 1997).
Recent figures from the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat) indicated that the number of domestic cattle raised in Turkey hit 14.
They keep roaming around looking for preys, particularly our domestic cattle, all night.
Abstract In the course of examining the rumen contents obtained from 25 domestic cattle (Bos taurus taurus) in the vicinity of Kastamonu, Turkey, a new species belonging to the genus Entodinium, viz.
A cross-sectional survey was conducted in order to determine the epizootiology of ectoparasitic fauna infesting domestic cattle population of district Toba Tek Singh (T.
The aurochs was far larger than most modern domestic cattle and stood six feet tall at the shoulder.
cattle operations, where tens of thousands of domestic cattle were killed," Bullard said.
We report a series of recent cases in which brucellosis was transmitted from free-ranging elk to domestic cattle or ranched bison as determined by epidemiologic and microbiological investigations.
This paper has investigated the determinants of change in demand for beef and cattle imports relative to domestic cattle breeding in Indonesia.
In a life-or-death situation, knowing how to live off of insects is a valuable survival skill--yet in today's increasingly populous world, insect cuisine may be key to feeding humanity, since insects are ubiquitous, nutritious, and generally not as deleterious to their environment as domestic cattle, sheep, pigs, or chickens.
130) Because of this extreme price sensitivity to increased supplies, domestic cattle prices are susceptible to manipulation from the meatpackers' strategic importation of live cattle from foreign sources, which are substitute products that compete directly with domestic cattle for the meatpacker's weekly available shackle space.
Approximately 500 cow-calf pairs of domestic cattle are introduced to the main study area around 15 June and removed again by 15 October each year.
In case you're wondering, a beefalo is a cross between domestic cattle and North American bison.