an animal in its second year of age, e.g. yearling cattle, yearling filly, yearling colt.
y. disease rinderpest in wildebeeste in the Serengheti.
a general term including unicellular, nucleated, usually rounded fungi that reproduce by budding; some are fermenters of carbohydrates, and a few are pathogenic for animals. See also mastitis.
y. artificial chromosome cloning vectors developed for the cloning of large (200–500 kbp) DNA fragments; YAC libraries permit the cloning of large genes with their flanking regulatory sequences as well...
1. the primary color produced by stimulation by light waves of wavelength of 571.5 to 578.5 nm. 2. a dye or stain that produces a yellow color.
see corpus luteum.
|yellow bristle grass|
see setaria2 lutescens.
see copper nutritional deficiency.
|yellow dog tick|
see haemaphysalis leachi leachi.
see craspedia chrysantha.