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Synonyms:
   Alectis indicus (threadfish) 
   Scyris indicus 

Broader Terms:
   Alectis (cockfishes) 
   Perciformes (perch-like fishes) 
   Scyris 
 
 
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Common Names: horse mackerel, Indian threadfish, Ebek, pampano, Kolekole, Dhareerow, Damis lawin, Diamond fish, Indiese spieëlvis, Apahan, Ampahan, Alektys indyjski, Ga-hum, Cermin, Carangue Èchevelée, Talakitok, Indian threadfin, Carangue à plumes, Fafi, Indian mirrorfish, Bambo, Cupak, Damis, threadfish, Carangue folle ....



211.  Managing embryonic and calves losses after twin pregnancies induced by transfer of in vitro-produced Nellore embryos.LinkIT
Souza JF, Lubov R, Paiva CJF, Tavora NFC, Santos RR, Figueiredo JR
Zygote (Cambridge, England), 2020
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212.  Proteome alterations associated with the oleic acid and cis-9, trans-11 conjugated linoleic acid content in bovine skeletal muscle.LinkIT
Poleti MD, Regitano LCA, Souza GHMF, Cesar ASM, Simas RC, Silva-Vignato B, Montenegro H, Pértille F, Balieiro JCC, Cameron LC, Eler JP, Coutinho LL
Journal of proteomics, 2020
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213.  Emotion estimation using a wearable heart rate monitoring device in Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) during veterinary clinical procedures.LinkIT
Kido N, Tanaka S, Omiya T, Kamite Y, Sawada K, Komatsu Y, Shoji Y, Senzaki M, Hanzawa S, Ando M, Suto I
The Journal of veterinary medical science, 2020
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214.  Molecular, histopathologic and electron microscopic analysis of white spot syndrome virus in wild shrimp (Fenneropenaeus indicus) in the coastal waters of Iran.LinkIT
Gholamhosseini A, Mohammadi A, Akbari S, Banaee M
Archives of virology, 2020
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215.  Characterization of the poll allele in Brahman cattle using long-read Oxford Nanopore sequencing.LinkIT
Lamb HJ, Ross EM, Nguyen LT, Lyons RE, Moore SS, Hayes BJ
Journal of animal science, 2020
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216.  The effect of Brahman genes on body temperature plasticity of heifers on pasture under heat stress.LinkIT
Mateescu RG, Sarlo-Davila KM, Dikmen S, Rodriguez E, Oltenacu PA
Journal of animal science, 2020
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217.  Maternal supplementation of energy and protein, but not methionine hydroxy analog, enhanced postnatal growth and response to vaccination in Bos indicus-influenced beef offspring.LinkIT
Moriel P, Vedovatto M, Palmer EA, Oliveira RA, Silva HM, Ranches J, Vendramini JMB
Journal of animal science, 2020
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218.  Bioaccumulation of heavy metals in tissues of Indian anchovy (Stolephorus indicus) from the UAE coast, Arabian Gulf.LinkIT
Alizada N, Malik S, Muzaffar SB
Marine pollution bulletin, 2020
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219.  Haplotype-resolved genomes provide insights into structural variation and gene content in Angus and Brahman cattle.LinkIT
Low WY, Tearle R, Liu R, Koren S, Rhie A, Bickhart DM, Rosen BD, Kronenberg ZN, Kingan SB, Tseng E, Thibaud-Nissen F, Martin FJ, Billis K, Ghurye J, Hastie AR, Lee J, Pang AWC, Heaton MP, Phillippy AM, Hiendleder S, Smith TPL, Williams JL
Nature communications, 2020
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220.  Hayes Yard virus: a novel ephemerovirus isolated from a bull with severe clinical signs of bovine ephemeral fever is most closely related to Puchong virus.LinkIT
Blasdell KR, Davis SS, Voysey R, Bulach DM, Middleton D, Williams S, Harmsen MB, Weir RP, Crameri S, Walsh SJ, Peck GR, Tesh RB, Boyle DB, Melville LF, Walker PJ
Veterinary research, 2020
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