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The adaptation of bats to different environments has resulted in the evolution of unique phenotypic and genotypic characteristics such as flight, echolocation and highly specialized diets. Bats have also been increasingly recognized as reservoirs for viruses which can cross species barriers. Among...

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Zamudio, M. E.
Publisher
Mensch & Buch Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Citation
The vampire bat virome: evolutionary implications in an immunological context, 2016, pp 74 pp.
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The objective of this study was to determine the effect of introducing the legume Arachis pintoi CIAT 17434 into a native pasture where native grasses dominated the botanical composition, on establishment, persistence, standing dry matter, botanical composition, soil variables, animal performance,...

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Gallegos, E. C.
Publisher
Wageningen Universiteit (Wageningen University), Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
Improving a native pasture with the legume Arachis pintoi in the humid tropics of México, 2003, pp 157 pp.
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Garcia Dominguez, R.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1983, 14, 2, pp 108
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Myrin Bowen, S. P.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1982, 13, 4, pp 232
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Lugardo de Jesús, C.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1986, 17, 1, pp 55
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De la Cruz Robles, E. A.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1986, 17, 1, pp 49-50
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Blood samples from 313 cattle on 19 premises in 4 regions of Veracruz State were tested for brucellosis. It was estimated that the prevalence of brucellosis was 0.19% of the total cattle population. Only two of the regions were infected.

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Ramos López, C.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1983, 14, 1, pp 48
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Lopéz Morales, D. J.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1986, 17, 1, pp 55
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Venegas Martinez, R. A.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1986, 17, 1, pp 56
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Alvarez Juárez, J. L.
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Veterinaria, Mexico, 1986, 17, 2, pp 136-137

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