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Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 4 Oct 2004

Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 4

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 4 Oct 2004

End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 4

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 3 Aug 2004

Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 3

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 3 Aug 2004

End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 3

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 2 Apr 2004

Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 2

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 2 Apr 2004

End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 2

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 1 Feb 2004

Front Matter, Vol. 64 No. 1

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 1 Feb 2004

End Matter, Vol. 64 No. 1

Western North American Naturalist

No abstract provided.


Human Rabies Post-Exposure Treatment In Arkansas, 1994-2000, D. Blake Sasse Jan 2004

Human Rabies Post-Exposure Treatment In Arkansas, 1994-2000, D. Blake Sasse

Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science

The Arkansas Department of Health recorded 118 incidents where humans in Arkansas were treated following exposure to confirmed rabid animals from 1994-2000. Domestic species accounted for 64% of incidents and 76% of total human exposures with the ratio of human exposures per rabid animal 17 times higher for domestic animals than wild animals. Records of 218 cases of human exposure to potentially rabid wild animals during this period were also examined to determine method of contact. While 72% of cases involving raccoons (Procyon lotor), skunks (Mephitis mephitis and Spilogale putorius), and foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus and Vulpes vulpes) were initiated by ...


Parasites (Coccidia, Trematoda, Nematoda) From Selected Bats Of Arkansas, Chris T. Mcallister, Steve J. Upton, Charles R. Bursey Jan 2004

Parasites (Coccidia, Trematoda, Nematoda) From Selected Bats Of Arkansas, Chris T. Mcallister, Steve J. Upton, Charles R. Bursey

Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Jan 2004

Table Of Contents

Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science

No abstract provided.


President's Message, David J. Stroup Jan 2004

President's Message, David J. Stroup

Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science

No abstract provided.


A Survey Into The Prevalence Of Parasitic Helminths In Boiler Breeders, Anita Sarathi Jan 2004

A Survey Into The Prevalence Of Parasitic Helminths In Boiler Breeders, Anita Sarathi

Inquiry: The University of Arkansas Undergraduate Research Journal

A survey was conducted to determine the prevalence of helminth infections in spent broiler breeders. Intestinal tracts from 10 birds from each of five farms were obtained and examined for parasite identification and quantification. Heterakis gallinarum infections were the most common, followed in order of decreasing incidence by Capillaria obsignata, Ascaridia galli and Raillietina cesticillus. Peak worm burdens for individual birds were 121 (A. galli), 535 (H. gallinarum), 2I5 (C. obsignata) and 125 ( R. cesticillus). Significant farm-to-farm variation in worm burdens was observed.


Scas Officers And Council Members 2004 - 2005 Jan 2004

Scas Officers And Council Members 2004 - 2005

Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science

No abstract provided.


Bioinformatics: An Undergraduate Research/Teaching Tool., Abhishek Agrawal, Valgene L. Dunham Jan 2004

Bioinformatics: An Undergraduate Research/Teaching Tool., Abhishek Agrawal, Valgene L. Dunham

Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science

No abstract provided.


Building New Culture Media For Assisted Reproductive Technology., Mary N. Egbuniwe, H. Lee Higdon Iii, William R. Boone Jan 2004

Building New Culture Media For Assisted Reproductive Technology., Mary N. Egbuniwe, H. Lee Higdon Iii, William R. Boone

Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science

No abstract provided.


The Journal Of Undergraduate Research: Volume 02 Jan 2004

The Journal Of Undergraduate Research: Volume 02

The Journal of Undergraduate Research

This is the complete issue of the South Dakota State University Journal of Undergraduate Research, Volume 2.


A Survey Into The Prevalence Of Parasitic Helminths In Broiler Breeders, Anita Sarathi, Tom Yazwinski, Chris Tucker, Jennifer Robins Jan 2004

A Survey Into The Prevalence Of Parasitic Helminths In Broiler Breeders, Anita Sarathi, Tom Yazwinski, Chris Tucker, Jennifer Robins

Discovery, The Student Journal of Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences

A survey was conducted to determine the prevalence of helminth infections in spent broiler breeders. Intestinal tracts from 10 birds from each of five farms were obtained and examined for parasite identification and quantification. Heterakis gallinarum infections were the most common, followed in order of decreasing incidence by Capillaria obsignata, Ascaridia galli, and Raillietina cesticillus. Peak worm burdens for individual birds were 121 (A. galli), 535 (H. gallinarum), 215 (C. obsignata) and 125 (R. cesticillus). Significant farm-to-farm variation in worm burdens was observed.