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Stratigraphy and ammonite fauna of the Graneros Shale and Greenhorn Limestone near Pueblo, Colorado
__________________________.. Introduction ______________________________________ Acknowledgments _________________._____ Previous work _______________________________ Stratigraphy…
Stratigraphy of the Niobrara Formation at Pueblo, Colorado
Eight lithologlc units were mapped in the Niobrara Formation of Late Cretaceous age during a study of the engineering geology of the Northwest Pueblo quadrangle. The thin Fort Hays Limestone Member…
LATE CAMPANIAN (CRETACEOUS) HETEROMORPH AMMONITES FROM THE WESTERN INTERIOR OF THE UNITED STATES
Abstract Heteromorph ammonites of the families Nostoceratidae Hyatt, 1894, and Diplomoceratidae Spath, 1926, are common to abundant in sediments deposited in the western and central parts of the U.S.…
Measurement of cardiac function by transthoracic echocardiography: day to day variability and repeatability in normal Thoroughbred horses.
The dimensions and indices of cardiac function derived from 2-D and M-mode echocardiographic variables in an individual animal showed better repeatability for individual horses than did the indices derived from Doppler eChocardiography.
Geologic and biostratigraphic map of the Pierre shale between Jarre Creek and Loveland, Colorado
Heteromorph ammonites from the Upper Campanian (Upper Cretaceous) Baculites cuneatus and Baculites reesidei zones of the Pierre Shale in Colorado, USA
Calcareous sandstone concretions in the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale in Middle Park and in the Fort Collins area of Colorado in the U.S. Western Interior contain heteromorph ammonites of the…
Immunological studies on tick-borne fever in sheep.
The effects of Eperythrozoon ovis in sheep.
Natural transmission of orf virus from clinically normal ewes to orf-naive sheep
- P. Nettleton, J. Gilray, D. Yirrell, G. R. Scott, H. Reid
- Biology, MedicineVeterinary Record
- 12 October 1996
Virological and serological evidence demonstrated that the source of infection for the sheep was almost certainly the conventionally reared ewes, on which no lesions resembling orf were observed at any time during the study.