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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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Rapid, single-step differentiation of equid herpesviruses 1 and 4 from clinical material using the polymerase chain reaction and virus-specific primers.
Actually, while treating the topic of donkeys, the author also deals with other equids, such as onagers, horses, and hybrids.
Merriam's vision, passion and dedication to thousands of working equids and their families.
A comparison of equid taxa from both sites would provide improved understanding of the relative age of the assemblage at the Mission Pit, and would provide unique insight into environmental variation within the northern Great Plains during the medial to late Miocene.
Although we did not find evidence for equid infections with MERS-CoV in this study, the general susceptibility on the cell culture level suggests that equids from MERS-CoV-endemic areas, such as Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, should be further investigated for possible infection with MERS-CoV
Late Cenozoic equids from the Anza-Borrego Desert of California.
Equid decline probably reflects local habitat loss rather than overhunting, although by contrast the Upper phase focus on gazelle hunting may well have resulted in pressure on herds, reflected in high juvenile culls.
The equid in the foreground appears to be the "outrigger," since the draught pole appears to be between the other two equids (see H.
EHV, equid herpesvirus; FISV, herpes simplex virus; HHV, human herpesvirus; MaFIV, Macacine herpesvirus; PaHV, Papiine herpesvirus.
Our results change both the basic picture of recent equid evolution, and ideas about the number and nature of extinct species," Cooper said.
Regarding the idiom para lagan har(k)- "keep (ears) turned toward," Puhvel's insistence that "Rather than 'perk, prick, cock', the metaphor resembles 'keep your ear to the ground,'" the presence of para shows rather that the position of the cocked ears of dog or equid, which incline forward (para), is what underlies the expression (see already CHD).
While Zarins is primarily concerned with equid burials, and the Ur tombs contain bovids, [1] his study does make the Ur tombs seem less unusual in the context of third-millennium Mesopotamia than Zettler seems to suggest.
A disc found at the site of La Tuiliere at Saint-Leon-sur-Vezere (Dordogne) shows the movement of an equid, from right to left, in three successive images.
Wapnish: Middle Bronze Equid Burials at Tell Jemmeh and Reexamination of a Purportedly "Hyksos" Practice: Wapaish geht aus von dar Untersuchung einer neu gefundenen mittelbronzezeitlichan Equiden-Bestattung in Tell Jemmeh und knupft daran eine Uberprufung der aus Palstina, Agypten, Masopotamien und Griechenland bekannten Pferdoder Eselbestattungan.