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The leaves are collected as fodder for domesticated animals, while the woody older stems are burned as firewood.
The purpose of this paper is to document the concentrations of mineral and organic substances in the milk of domesticated taiga moose during lactation.
A Thai official in charge of CITES matters said Thailand allows only domesticated elephants to be exported, not wild ones, and for a maximum of one year.
trade or business to carry over to a domesticated corporation, the proposed regulation obviates the need for a U.
Research is now focussed on improving the average reproductive output of the giant tiger prawn, improving the capacity for the farms to stock ponds with progeny from domesticated broodstock, and developing and introducing selective breeding for commercially useful traits.
4) What the term means here is that changes in the territory, food and sexual life of hominids may have led in turn to changes in body form, size and proportions, homologous to those we see in domesticated animals.
All cats other than domesticated cats, including but not limited to lion, tiger, leopard, ocelot, jaguar, puma, caracal, jaguarundi, margay.
Eurasia won because its supply of wild plants, which provided the gene pool for domesticated crops, was larger, richer, and better.
Five animals stand out as the most universally used: the horse, which was first domesticated on the northern shores of the Black Sea, and sheep, goats, pigs and cattle, all domesticated in SW Asia.
Except for the macadamia nut, which is hardly a major crop in Australia or the world, no Australian species have been domesticated.
Although modern America ignores these plants or considers them weeds to be eradicated, their nutritious grains-or those of their now-extinct domesticated varieties -- sustained Indian people for two thousand to four thousand years, long before corn was brought north of Mexico.
The novel was intended as a companion piece to The Call of the Wild (1903), in which a domesticated dog reverts to a wild state.