Hematology and Biochemistry in Captive White-naped Cranes (grus Vipio).

@article{Rayhel2015HematologyAB,
  title={Hematology and Biochemistry in Captive White-naped Cranes (grus Vipio).},
  author={Laura Rayhel and Copper Aitken-Palmer and Priscilla H Joyner and Carolyn Cray and C{\'e}sar Andr{\'e}s Liz{\'a}rraga and Betty Ackerman and Chris Crowe},
  journal={Journal of zoo and wildlife medicine : official publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians},
  year={2015},
  volume={46 4},
  pages={747-54}
}
In this retrospective study, 36 hematologic and biochemistry samples from white-naped crane (Grus vipio) were analyzed. All birds were housed at a single institution, and samples were obtained between 1990 and 2013. All cranes were healthy at the time of sample collection, and ages ranged from 1 mo to 33 yr old. Cranes below 18 mo old were considered juveniles. Comparisons were made between means for juveniles and adults and for males and females. Significant increases in adults (P < 0.05) were… CONTINUE READING

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