dromedary

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Synonyms for dromedary

one-humped camel of the hot deserts of northern Africa and southwestern Asia

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A general report of neoplasia in camels [9-12], cutaneous melanocytoma [8] and a basal cell carcinoma in a dromedary camel [2] have been previously published [11].
Antibodies against MERS coronavirus in dromedary camels, United Arab Emirates, 2003 and 2013.
Dromedary camel (Camelus dromedaries) survives in the extremely harsh desert conditions comprising a long, hot (temperature sometimes exceeding 50[degrees]C), dry (near zero relative humidity) and dusty (sand storms) summer seasons (Chen et al.
One, it is reasonable to expect an extended period of time, likely many centuries, during which the population of domesticated dromedary camels grew from a meager few individuals in particular locations to its becoming a common feature of everyday life in large swaths of the Middle East and Northern Africa.
Saudi Arabia: The dromedary camels have been originated from Saudi Arabia.
Conclusion: The final stages of oocyte maturation in dromedary camel is associated with increasing progesterone and IGF-I concentrations and constant high estradiol concentration in the follicular fluid which are paralleled with well-defined ultrastructural changes in oocytes.
Scientists have found antibodies to the Middle East respiratory syndrome cornonavirus (MERS-CoV) in blood samples taken from about 50 dromedary camels living in Oman in the Arabian Peninsula.
A questionnaire survey was conducted in all three zones to collect data on the comprehensive production system, traditional husbandry practices, contributions of dromedary camel and breeding management variables using a single- visit-multiple-subject diagnostic survey (ILCA, 1990).
Recent additions include an adult serval (an African wildcat), and a dromedary camel born in March.
In conclusion, the present study suggests more than one tool for the diagnosis of Johne's disease in dromedary camel.
They brought in a dromedary camel mannequin from the Netherlands, but it was so wrong it had to be taken apart and put back together.