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scat

1
a type of jazz singing characterized by improvised vocal sounds instead of words

scat

2
any marine and freshwater percoid fish of the Asian family Scatophagidae, esp Scatophagus argus, which has a beautiful coloration

scat

an animal dropping
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Diet bias in scat deposition-rate surveys of coyote density.
We value our partnership with SCAT Airlines and their ongoing confidence in Boeing products, said Marty Bentrott, vice president of Sales, Middle East, Turkey, Russia Central Asia and Africa, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
Therefore, even if we are aware that scat morphology may be not sufficient to identify wildcats (cf.
We detected STEC in 50% of deer scat specimens collected from the stream bank.
To assess the potential of using observer identification certainty as a surrogate for genetic verification, each scat was scored on a subjective 1-10 scale of certainty of correct identification based on morphology and characteristic 'fruity' smell relied upon by studies prior to the development of effective genetic verification techniques (Balharry et al.
Molecular Analysis of Scats--DNA Extraction--We opportunistically collected scat samples from felids throughout the study area from October 2012 to June 2013.
These data can be obtained from DNA extracted from blood, tissue, hair, or scat.
NSC's Fisnik Hajdari then met a cross and powered a header into the top corner of the goal to make the score 1-0, SCAT equalised almost straight away to make the score 1-1 and sent the game into extra time.
Too few samples were collected during 2011 to compare scat contents between sampling years; however, moose was the most frequently observed food item in both years.
SCAT puts people first, and a private company puts the bottom line first," SCAT driver Rebecca Turner told the commission in August.