body coat


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body coat

1. In painting, the final coat on a surface.
2. Same as undercoat.
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Table I: Descriptive statistics and comparison results of the phenotypic traits in different sex, regions, ages and body coat colours in Turkish mules
The objectives of this study were to determine body coat colour and some phenotypic characteristics of native Turkish Sighthound, the Tazi.
During the third week of therapy, sheep were free from pale mucous membrane, dullness and rough body coat. Post-treatment analysis revealed elevated mean total erythrocyte count (9.13 [+ or -] 0.57 x [10.sup.6]/ [micro]L), hemoglobin (9.10 [+ or -] 0.18 g/dL) and packed cell volume (29.1 [+ or -] 1.9 %) and sheep were free from parasitic ova.
In present study, animals were found weak, lethargic, pale mucus membrane, dullness, rough body coat, depression and emaciation Haematological profile revealed that sheep suffering from haemonchosis had low haemoglobin and TEC indicating severe anaemia due to loss of blood caused by blood sucking activity of Heamonchus parasite (Kadam et al., 2007) and haemorrhage caused due to their penetration into mucosa and sub mucosa (Patil et al., 1993, Maiti et al., 1999, Gondchar, 2002).
anorexia, alopecia, rough body coat, wrinkling of skin, pruritus, erythema, scabs formation, hyperkeratosis and distorted general appearance at zero day.
The condition of affected rabbits was weak and body coat was ruffled.
After continuation of the above treatment for a period of two weeks, all animals have recovered from previous clinical findings with appearance of normal body coat without persistent itching.
1) severe scratching of skin, pustular folliculitis, rough body coat, foul smell from ears (otitis interna), improper estrous cycle and increased aggressiveness for few months.
A multilevel-TDS extension is also proposed for solution of conducting body coated by multi-thin-layer materials [13,14].
The earliest items were actually made from a darker body coated with a creamy slip but the introduction of lighter clays from Devon and Dorset along with the use of calcined or burnt flint led to the creation of true creamwares.
Bochner, director of the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and colleagues found that natural sugar-based molecules in the body coated on the protein causes the immune cells to die.
In these works Halprin performs nude in nature, her 83-year-old body coated with paint, bark, straw, and other natural elements as she nestles in the natural coffin of a fallen tree trunk, rehearsing her own eventual return to the earth.