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Avian Jaw Function: Adaptation of the Seven–Muscle System and a Review
Avian jaw function is the most interesting part of the feeding apparatus, and essential in the life of birds. The usual seven jaw muscles in birds are highly adapted for diverse food-getting devicesExpand
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Diversity of feeding adaptations in certain columbid birds: A functional morphological approach
With gradual increasing complexity in higher vertebrate structure and function, the birds as a class have acquired very high degree of feeding adaptations for diverse food-niches. A comparativeExpand
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Comparative performance of Vanaraja, Srinidhi and Desi chicken under traditional system among tribal community of Assam
A study was conducted covering a total of one hundred chicken farmers in tribal dominated Boko Block of Kamrup district in Assam to assess different productive and reproductive traits of Desi,Expand
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Evaluating Sero-Prevalence of Brucellosis in Dairy Cattle
A total of 118 serum samples were collected from Jersey and Holstein-Friesian (HF) crossbred cattle to evaluate the sero-prevalence of brucellosis by indirect ELISA and its relationship with variousExpand
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Functional morphology of the tongue muscles of some Indian insect-eating birds.
In the complex feeding apparatus of birds, the tongue muscles also play an important role like the jaw muscles. Among the passerine birds, the tongue muscles exhibit greater structural uniformityExpand
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Seasonal variation in the characteristics of the swamp buffalo semen of northeast India
Different workers have reported better semen quality in buffaloes during hot and humid summer than in colder months, whereas contrary observations were also reported by many workers. Therefore, anExpand
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A retrospective study on scorpion sting in a pediatric age group in a hospital in Calcutta.
During 1985-1989, in Calcutta Medical College Hospitals, of 152 children of 1-6 year age group admitted with the history of scorpion sting 18 (11.8%) died. Maximum numbers of stings were inflicted inExpand
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Functional morphology of the jaw muscles of some Indian insect-eating birds.
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Serum mineral profile of assam local goat of hills zone during different physiological stages
Mineral profile of Assam Local Goat of Hills Zone have been studied during pre-puberal, puberal post-puberal and pregnancy. The level of macro minerals viz., Ca, P and Mg were significantly (P<0.05)Expand
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Functional morphology of the jaw muscles of two species of imperial pigeons, Ducula aenea nicobarica and Ducula badia insignis.
1. The functional morphological study of the jaw muscles of 2 species of Imperial Pigeons, Ducula aenea nicobarica and Ducula badia insignis has revealed that the structural variations of the bill,Expand
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