domestic pigeon

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domesticated pigeon raised for sport or food

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A total of 19 hand-reared birds (12 domestic pigeons and 7 chukar partridges [Alectoris chukar]) of unknown sex presented to the Istanbul University Avian Clinic between 2008 and 2015 with complaints of "rotated feet and inability to stand" (Fig 1).
Darwin wrote about the biology of domestic pigeon breeds in four of his works: in his "Origin of Species" (Darwin 1859), in "Variation under Domestication" (Darwin 1868), in his "Descent of Man" (Darwin 1871) and briefly in his "Expression of Emotions" (Darwin 1872).
The American invasion of the rock dove or domestic pigeon took place gradually and cannot be traced to a single release event or series of releases.
Seasonal Histophysiological study of the Pineal Gland in relation to Gonadal and Adrenal Gland activities in adult domestic Pigeon, Columba livia Gmelin.
We recently reported an emerging neurologic disease with lethal outcome for domestic pigeons (Columba livia f.
Ultrasound therapy for the prevention and correction of contractures and bone mineral loss associated with wing bandaging in the domestic pigeon (Columba livia).
The aim of this study was to examine if there was a gene flow between different breeds and forms of domestic pigeon.
To monitor the HPG response, we measured the circulating concentrations of LH, which previously have been assessed in the domestic pigeon.
The purpose of this study was 1) to determine if BIPS would be useful in birds to determine GI transit time and 2) to compare the GI transit times of BIPS with that of liquid barium suspension in a domestic pigeon model.
Sarcocystis Species Lethal for Domestic Pigeons, Germany
Feral pigeons (Columbia livia), also known as city pigeons or street pigeons, are considered as descendants of the domestic pigeons.
Trichomonas gallinae parasitizes a variety of avian orders especially in domestic pigeons (Columba livia domestica, Order Columbiformes).
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