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Synonyms for equid

hoofed mammals having slender legs and a flat coat with a narrow mane along the back of the neck

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Glanders, a World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)-listed disease, is a contagious, life-threatening disease of equids caused by the gram-negative bacterium Burkholderia mallei (1).
The virulence of epizootic subtypes was high, with fatality rates to >90% of infected equids (16).
During the mid-1990s, 2 epizootic equine outbreaks occurred in coastal Oaxaca and Chiapas states in Mexico; the causative agent was determined to be VEEV subtype IE (VEEV-IE), which was previously considered to be not virulent for equids (1).
Genetic analyses now being initiated may help elucidate the relations between these archaeological specimens and modern equids in the area, which may in turn help us to understand the development of these distinctive African breeds.
Additionally, he recommends studies on specific animals, especially in connection with equids in general and donkeys in particular.
Merriam's vision, passion and dedication to thousands of working equids and their families.
There will be over 50 horses and other equids available for adoption at the Expo.
The consortium is also focused on increasing numbers and knowledge on rare antelopes and wild equids (horses), tackling cheetah infertility, and building conservation capacity in China and Russia.
Approximately seventy-five percent of the equids at both sites are members of the Hipparionini tribe, whereas twenty-five percent are of the Equini tribe.
The sixth Colloquium on Working Equids was hosted by the Brooke, whose London-based chief executive Petra Ingram explained: "It's vital that all those focused on improving equine welfare work together to get the best out of their limited resources.
There were other intangibles that affected the utility of equids, such as gait, conformation, and willingness to bond with another species.
Among them Trichophyton equinum, which mostly infects equids, can cause extensive outbreaks in stud farms.
For example, members of the genus Setaria (Filarioidea: Onchocercidae) are found in the abdominal cavity of artiodactyls (especially Bovidae), equids, and hyracoids.
For example, DMA was used to determine the diets of Miocene giraffids, late Miocene antelope, fossil equids and rhinoceros (Solounias et al.