characterized by a covering of hairs.
h. angels’ trumpet datura metel.
h. caltrop kallstroemia hirsutissima.
h. caterpillars elongated mucosal erosions occur in mouths of horses grazing pasture infested with hairy caterpillars. See also erosive stomatitis.
h. cell leukemia a condition of humans, of which a counterpart is seen in cats. Previous name was reticuloendotheliosis...
|Hairy moustached collie|
see bearded collie.
genus of plants in family Proteaceae; some species contain cyanogenic glycosides. Includes H. dactyloides (finger hakea), H. salicifolia (H. saligna, willow-leaved hakea).
see muslim slaughter.
a genus of mites in the family Halarachnidae found in the nostrils of sealion and seal.
a topical corticosteroid used in the treatment of skin diseases.
oxygen loss from hemoglobin makes the hemoglobin more basic and enhances the absorption of CO2.
the progeny of the first cross between animals of two pure breeds, the F1 generation. Often used locally without identifying the parentage, e.g. Cheviot ewe ? Border Leicester ram.
a style of surgical knot, consisting of one straight strand with the other thrown over, back over itself, under the original strand and back through the loop created by the earlier steps. It is the basis for square, granny and surgeon’s knots, depending on how the hitches are thrown.
the time in which the radioactivity usually associated with a particular isotope is reduced by half through radioactive decay.