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Canis mesomelas

National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
BackgroundDomestic dogs are not native to sub-Saharan Africa, which may account for their susceptibility to Babesia rossi, of… Expand
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2017
2017
BackgroundBabesia rossi, which is transmitted by Haemaphysalis spp. and is highly virulent to domestic dogs, occurs only in sub… Expand
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2010
2010
Abstract. Black-backed jackals (Canis mesomelas, Schreber, 1775) survive in a wide range of environments. Their foraging… Expand
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2009
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2009
Phylogenetic relationships of rabies viruses recovered from black-backed jackals (Canis mesomelas) and domestic dogs (Canis… Expand
2007
2007
Human-wildlife interactions play an important role in shaping perceptions and conservation paradigms and the livelihoods in… Expand
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1999
1999
The epidemiology of rabies in Canis adustus (the side-striped jackal) and Canis mesomelas (the black-backed jackal) in Zimbabwe… Expand
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1998
1998
Fieldwork conducted during November 1995 to March 1997 revealed that jackal numbers in Mokolodi Nature Reserve (MNR) fluctuated… Expand
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1982
1982
Serum cortisol levels were found to be higher in a group of captive untamed black-backed jackals (Canis mesomelas) than in a… Expand
1980
1980
Babesia canis was successfully transmitted from the domestic dog to 3 wild dogs Lycaon pictus and 4 black-backed jackals Canis… Expand