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Banting

Sir Frederick Grant. 1891--1941, Canadian physiologist: discovered the insulin treatment for diabetes with Best and Macleod (1922) and shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine with Macleod (1923)
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Realisation at the MRU unit in Lapangan Banteng reached 34.
Resistant parent Banteng (a germplasm cultivar introduced from Germany) was crossed with the universal susceptible WI2291 (originated from the Waite Institute, Glen Osmond, Australia) which is otherwise higher yielding with good agronomic performance.
Also within range of Black Hall Lodges is the popular West Midlands Safari Park, where you can drive within inches of white rhinos, Asian water buffalos, African elephants - taking extra time to see baby Sutton playing with his mum - and banteng, amongst others, then explore the rest of the zoo on foot.
It looks like much ado about not much--just three experiments conducted at zoos on cross-species cloning (in banteng, gaur, and African wildcat).
Ces hauts plateaux etaient essentiellement peuples de tigres, de rares pantheres longibandes, banteng, gaurs ou autres buffles sauvages, d'ultimes rhinoceros d'Asie, de non moins rares crocodiles, varans, gibbons, elephants, drongos, milans ou vautours; animaux pour la plupart en voie d'extinction qui disparurent, tout comme leur foret nourriciere, sous les assauts de la modernite.
That completed, we'd move northwest to hunt banteng (more about that later).
The Malarrak figures have characteristic goat horns, tails and body proportions and differ from depictions found elsewhere in western Arnhem Land that have been identified or interpreted as Banteng cattle and buffalo.
These species include saola Pseudoryx nghetinhensis, wild water buffalo Bubulus arnee, banteng Bos javanicus, Eld's deer Cervus eldii, hog deer Axis porcinus and large-antlered muntjac Muntiacus vuquangensis.
The landscape supports many large and wide-ranging species, especially the large mammals and birds that are characteristic of the dry forests of Indochina, such as the Asian elephant, tiger, banteng, Eld's deer, gaur, wild water buffalo, dhole and several large birds such as Sarus crane, giant ibis, lesser adjutant, green peafowl, long-billed vulture, white-rumped vulture, and white- shouldered ibis.
These include cows, goats, pigs, horses, mules, deer, mice, cats, dogs, and rare and endangered species including the mouflon, gaur, banteng, and African wildcat.
Chromosome evolution in the subtribe Bovina (Mammalia, Bovidae): The karyotype of the Cambodian banteng (Bos javanicus birmanicus) suggests that Robertsonian translocations are related to interspecific hybridization.