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  • Macropod Technology

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    Macropod Technology (m) SDN BHD, has been a recognized IT hardware company that provides systems and storage, networking and security, virtualization, unified communication and managed services. The company provides the best possible service to the clients’

  • Rumen Microbiome Essay

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    Diversity based on rumen microbiome Yak is lower methane producer than cattle, in spite of the fact that both the animals are fed similar diets and there are only small variations between the microbiomes of both the animals. Lower methane and hydrogen yields in yak vs cattle are 0.26 vs 0.33 mmol methane/g dry matter intake and 0.28 vs 0.86 mmol/d hydrogen generation have been reported. Hydrogen recovery from cattle was significantly higher than that from yak (Mi et al., 2017). There were a few

  • Essay about Placental Ruminants and Herbivorous Marsupials of Australia

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    Placental Ruminants and Herbivorous Marsupials of Australia The marsupial animal species that have evolved on the isolated continent of Australia are unique compared to the rest of the animal kingdom in many ways due to the harsh and distinctive environment found on the continent. The major area of marsupial biology that distinguishes them from all other eutherian mammals is their mode of reproduction. However, it can be said that there are many other areas in which unique differences can

  • Research On Red Kangaroo

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    Madeline Griffith 2/26/17 Research: Mammal Project Mammal: Red Kangaroo 1. Description: Red Kangaroos are the largest in size of the marsupials and the largest group in population of kangaroos still in existence. Males are a reddish brown and have a pale stomach and legs. Females are more of a greyish-reddish-brown color. They, like other kangaroos, have large, powerful hind legs and feet. Red kangaroos’ front

  • Research Paper On Superfreakonomics

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    I love it when I get to talk about my favorite book--Superfreakonomics. Superfreakonomics has a multi chapter masterpiece on the topic of being environmentally friendly. In a small section they mention food habits. I love the three ideas below because they are all ideas either incredibly simple or completely out of left field. Aside from my second idea, the ideas I posted require no new infrastructure changes or major changes in habit but the ideas are incredibly effective. All of us can try to use

  • The Wildlife Corridor Concept Of Wildlife Corridors

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    Abstract Proponents of the wildlife corridor concept suggest that by connecting otherwise isolated portions of habitat, species benefit through gaining access to a larger gene pool, thus increasing their chances of reproductive success. Despite the popularisation of this idea over the last several decades, a lack of long-term scientific research has led some to question this assumption. Factors including the territorial, mating and migration behaviours of individual species of animal as well as the

  • Differences Between The Wallaby And Eukaryony In Kingdom Animalia

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    Do you know about the wallaby? The Wallaby is an animal that looks like a kangaroo. Though they have many similarities with the kangaroo, they are slightly different from the kangaroo. Most common way to distinguish the difference between the wallaby and kangaroo is their size. The Wallaby is much smaller than the kangaroo. Their heights are about 30 to 180 and they weight about 20kg. They can run up to 48kms per hour and live from 12 to 15 years. (Anonymous, no date) The Wallaby belongs in

  • The Viological Theory Of Emerging Infectious Diseases

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    Of all known human pathogens 60% are zoonotic, meaning they are naturally transmissible from vertebrate or invertebrate animals to humans and vice-versa. Emerging infectious diseases are those that are newly discovered, newly evolved, or experiencing recent expansion of incidence, geography, host or vector range (Chomel, 2008). Viruses and bacteria are the most numerous of emerging pathogens, however parasites and particularly protozoa more so that helminths have also become adept at finding new

  • Australian Aboriginal Culture

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    Language derives from culture. Culture is everything in one’s life. Culture is a diverse topic in which extends to shape and form an individual, group, community, or even a society. According to the Merriam-Webster’s definition of culture, culture is, “the integrated pattern of human knowledge, belief, and behavior that depends upon the capacity for learning and transmitting knowledge to succeeding generations”. Culture derives from a practice of beliefs in one’s atmosphere. Although time changes

  • Annotated Bibliography On The Epidemiology, Aetiology And Pathophysiology Of Ross River Virus

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    Annotated Bibliography Prepared for Alannah Brown Course Coordinator Paramedic Clinical Foundations Prepared by Jessica Watson University of the Sunshine Coast Queensland, Australia September 2014 Word count: 2161 This annotated bibliography discusses the epidemiology, aetiology and pathophysiology of Ross River Virus. The research method that was undertaken was through the University of the Sunshine Coast library, using a range of databases and journals. The years in which the

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