Changes of coat cover in primitive horses living on a reserve.

  title={Changes of coat cover in primitive horses living on a reserve.},
  author={A. Stachurska and J. Robovsk{\'y} and K. Bocian and I. Janczarek},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  volume={93 3},
Changes in the coat cover are important for mammalian thermoregulation. This is especially true where variable environmental conditions exist throughout the seasons. Coat cover shedding is the replacement of old coat hair with new hair. The process differs in various equids. The aim of the study was to examine the changes in the coat of primitive Polish Konik horses living on a reserve in southeast Poland (50.6319° N). The reserve is located in a temperate climate. The mean temperature is below… Expand
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