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domestic animal
[dəˈmestɪk ˈænɪml]

  • 家畜

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  [畜牧] 家畜

氦氖激光治疗动物外科疾病60例 关键词 激光 家畜 外科疾病 [gap=373]Key words laser ; surgical disease ; domestic animal

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  家养动物

不过加州早在1960年代立法,规定须以人道手法屠宰 家养动物 ( domestic animals ),而不同城市也有相关法规,华人居民如被发现违规屠宰,将惹来违法被处分。

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  六畜

... DNA repair synthesis test DNA修复合成实验 domestic animal 六畜 dominant lethal test 显性致死实验 ...

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physiology of domestic animal [兽医] 家畜生理学

virus of domestic animal 家畜病毒

brucellosis of domestic animal 家畜布氏杆菌病

gongylonemosis of domestic animal 家畜筒线虫病 ; 家畜筒线

gnathostomosis of domestic animal 家畜颚口线虫病

scabies of domestic animal 家畜疥癣病

epilepsy of domestic animal 家畜癫痫

rachitis of domestic animal 家畜佝偻病

domestic animal pedigree 家畜系谱

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  • 家畜 - 引用次数:26

    Skeletal muscle comprises as much as 45%-60% of a domestic animal’s body mass. Therefore the development, biophysiology and metabolism of this tissue are relative to the muscle traits in animal breeding.

    骨骼肌占肉用动物体重的45%-60%,是动物体内最丰富的组织,其生长发育相关性状是肉用家畜最重要的性状。

    参考来源 - 杂种大白×梅山F
    牲畜 - 引用次数:1

    参考来源 - 蓖麻毒素的分离提取及活性研究
    畜生
  • 禽畜 - 引用次数:1

    参考来源 - 固相萃取
  • 家畜

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domestic animal

  • n. any of various domesticated animals

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  • The scientists saw the public as being particularly two-faced about animal welfare in view of the way domestic animals are treated.

    考虑到他们对待家畜方式科学家们认为公众动物福利方面特别言行不一致。

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  • A pig is a domestic animal.

    一种家畜。

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  • The cat has become a domestic animal.

    现在成为家畜

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  • The degree of difficulty — and the scrutiny of demanding pet owners who can immediately detect flaws or imperfections in their loved ones — keep many traditional taxidermists from the domestic animal sector, said Steve Wolk, president of the National Taxidermists Association.

    NPR: Mo. Taxidermist Preserves Man's Best Friend

  • The site has yielded no traces of habitation—no trash pits, no water source, no houses, no hearths, no roofs, no domestic plant or animal remains—and is therefore believed to have been built by hunter-gatherers, who used it as a religious sanctuary.

    NEWYORKER: The Sanctuary

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