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Cerro Bombero: registro de <i>Hippidion saldiasi</i> Roth, 1899 (Equidae, perissodactyla) en el Holoceno temprano de Patagonia (Santa Cruz, Argentina)Cerro Bombero: record of <i>Hippidion saldiasi</i> Roth, 1899 (Equidae, perissodactyla) in the early Holocene of Patagonia (Santa Cruz, Argentina) [
Filología de los Equidae
A new record of Equus (Mammalia: Equidae) from the Late Pleistocene of central-south Chile
(SOC BIOLGIA CHILE, 2011)
Pitiose nasal em equino
Pythiosis is a subcutaneous infection caused by aquatic fungi (Pythium insidiosum) which occurs in some animal species, as human beings. This paper describes an Quarter Horse, breed in Pernambuco, Brazil, who had this ...
Anomalia congênita em vasos da base do coração de um potro
Congenital anomalies of heart and large vessels are among more common found in animals, however rare in horses. This survey describes a cardiac anomaly that presents confluence between aorta wall and lung trunk, ramification ...
Correlações entre deslocamento e conformação em eqüinos Mangalarga
The aim of this study was estimate genetic, environmental and phenotypic correlations between movement and conformation traits in Mangalarga horses, in Brazil. The data were provided by Brazilian Association of Mangalarga ...
Lombalgia em eqüinos
Back pain, whether they have a primary or secondary origin, is a important cause to the drop of the equine performance, but the size and the complex biomechanics make it difficult to diagnosis and treat the injury. As it ...
Characteristics of NOR-banded chromosomes of Mangalarga horses
The nucleolar organizer regions (NORs) of Mangalarga horses were characterized by analysis of NOR-banded metaphase chromosomes according to the technique of Goodpasture and Bloom (Chromosoma 53: 37-50, 1975). NOR banding ...
Physiological Concentrations of Acute-Phase Proteins and Immunoglobulins in Equine Synovial Fluid
Synovial fluid (SF) is capable of reflecting infectious, immunological, or inflammatory joint conditions in horses by altering its composition and appearance. Although plasma and SF compositions are quantitatively different, ...