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Synonyms for cervid

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Generation of a new form of human PrP(Sc) in vitro by interspecies transmission from cervid prions.
1985), which in turn could lead to higher infection rates in cervids (Handeland and Slettback 1994, Halvorsen 2012).
The European Middle Miocene sites known to that date included La Grive and Sansan, both in France, which showed a completely different mammal assemblage, dominated by cervids and suids and characteristic of more humid and forested environments.
They are also found throughout the diseased host including the skeletal muscle, blood and a wide range of other tissues in CWD-infected cervids, some of which appear to be asymptomatic.
Found to the rear of the cave on a small vertical limestone niche, the engraved cervid - probably a stylised reindeer - is shown side-on and measures approximately 15 x 11cm.
As we have seen, when Agnon mentions the tsvi at the banquet, he is referring to a cervid, not to the gazelle.
White-tailed deer are the most widespread and abundant cervid in North America (Demarais et al.
virginianus in North America mentioned that the activity patterns for this cervid depended on environment conditions (Beier & McDullough 1990).
Conversely, when elk were included as the excess group in MRPP, that cervid did not differ significantly from the joint distribution of mule deer and elk during summer (P = 0.
Anatomical comparisons to skeletons held by the New Jersey State Museum (NJSM), the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (ANSP), and the Yale Peabody Museum (YPM), suggest that the progenitor of the vertebra is most probably the extinct Ice Age cervid commonly known as the elkmoose or stagmoose.
The first report of the small red brocket deer Mazama bororo, one of the most recently documented cervid species, was identified after conducting a karyotypic characterization of Brazilian animals from the Mazama genus (Duarte, 1992).
1998), (2) disenados para el ciervo coli-blanco (Odocoileus), Cervid 1 y Cervid 3 (Dewoody el al.
are widespread oestrid flies whose larvae parasitize various cervid hosts, yet attempts to pathologize their significance as well as delineate their taxonomy, dispersal potential, and distribution remain ambiguous.