guinea fowl


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Synonyms for guinea fowl

a west African bird having dark plumage mottled with white

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Very few exclusive studies on the interstitial tissue have been done on the avian species (Rothwell & Tingari, 1973; Rothwell, 1975; Aire, 1997) but detailed morphology of the interstitial tissue of the guinea fowl during active and resting phases of the reproductive cycle is still lacking.
The households that had at least 10 chickens and/or guinea fowl (n = 77) were selected for the present study.
A large guinea fowl is the size of a small chicken, so adjust timings accordingly.
Key words: Guinea fowl, histomorphology, seminiferous tubule's epithelium, serum testosterone, testicular cycle.
Celia Smith's guinea fowl, above, and Birds in Wire, below
8 years), American flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber, n = 13; 4 M, 7 F, 2 unknown; age unknown, but mature), helmeted guinea fowl (Numida meleagris, n = 12; unknown sex and age), Amazon parrots (Amazona species, n = 9, 9 M, 0 F; mean age, 16.
Groups of very fast African guinea fowl run away from hikers on
Spots in a Box is a rhyming children's picturebook about a guinea fowl (drawn in a realistic style) who longs to have spots like his other avian friends.
For his showstopping meat platter he took inspiration from the black and white guinea fowl and the black and white Tudor buildings of Coventry and Kenilworth, using a patchwork of black truffle and white celeriac to create the effect of feathers on a guinea fowl breast.
This time, for his showstopping meat platter he took inspiration from the black and white guinea fowl and the black and white Tudor buildings of Coventry and Kenilworth, using a patchwork of black truffle and white celeriac to create the effect of feathers on a guinea fowl breast.
He then had to prepare a salmon starter and guinea ea fowl main, with his confowl main, with his con-fit of salmon with cauli-flower and horseradish beignets - a pastry made from deep-fried choux paste - and roast guinea fowl with celeriac truffle impressing the judges.
The menu included guinea fowl, a dish that required one poor bloke to butcher a load of skinny little birds.
I had made sure that every sip of wine would complement the braised leg and roulade of guinea fowl with herbed macaire potato.
Fulminating disease (also referred to as X disease) of guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) is an acute enteritis characterized by intense prostration and a very high death rate, leading to the almost complete destruction of affected flocks.
First we found a pasture pal pony for our horse, and then we began acquiring all kinds of birds--chickens, guinea fowl, geese and ducks.