The bactrian camel

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  • The Toll-like receptor 2 (TLR2) gene of old world camels (Camelus dromedarius and Camelus bactrianus) was cloned and sequenced. The TLR2 gene of the dromedary camel had the highest nucleotide and amino acid identity with pig, i.e., 66.8% and 59.6%, respectively. Similarly, the TLR2 gene of the Bactrian camel also had the highest nucleotide and amino acid identity with pig, i.e., 85.7% and 81.4%, respectively. Dromedary and Bactrian camels shared 77.9% nucleotide and 73.6% amino acid identity with each other.

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  • As a veterinary medicine student, in 1985, my interest in Indian art and archaeology was strengthened during a bachelor course given at the Faculty for South Asian Languages and Cultures by Karel van Kooij. As a result of his great enthusiasm, it was that I decided to add as many art history lessons as possible to the curriculum of my secondary study, that of Indology. The rest of this curriculum was devoted to Sanskrit, in which I evidently fi nished my PhD. This classic language, had my interest, not only because of the inspiring lessons and admiration for classic...

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  • Tài liệu Eyewitness guide desert helps you see thestunning sand dunes of the Namib Desert, a Bedouin in full wedding dress, the desert in bloom, a jewel wasp, and a camel's regalia. Learn how sand dunes form, how a few honeypot ants store food for a whole nest in their own bodies, and howa mummy is preserved in sand. Discover why a Tuareg woman never uncovers her face, what makes a dromedary different from a Bactrian camel, the mystery of Timbuktu, and why some desert animals have big ears, and much, much more!

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