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By Dawn Bluemel Oldfield

In historic Egypt, humans inspiration that cats have been descended from gods and had nice powers. Cats even lived in palaces with pharaohs who respected them as sacred beings. a few humans imagine that Abyssinian cats have been bred in Egypt millions of years in the past simply because they seem like the cats in historical Egyptian artwork and hieroglyphics. even if Abyssinians have been initially bred in Egypt, something is sure: those appealing cats are actually renowned world wide! The Abyssinians playful nature makes it an outstanding selection for a person who desires a curious and lively puppy. a story deal with for all cat enthusiasts, Abyssinian Cats: Egyptian Royalty? contains enjoyable, real-life tales approximately those cats whereas additionally recounting the breeds background, character, suitability as a puppy, and the targeted features that set it except different breeds. Cat fans will agree that its the purr-fect learn!

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1 Economic and Biomedical Importance Sheep are critical to the worldwide production of food and fiber, as well as serving an expanding role in biomedical research. Total meat production from lambs and sheep rose to a record of 13 mil- lion metric tons in 2005. Sheep production contributes US$50 billion (farm gate prices) annually, and they are particularly important to the economies of less developed nations. Worldwide, there are more than 1 billion sheep belonging to over 1,300 breeds (Scherf 2000), demonstrating the vast genetic variability that exists in sheep and the impact of this species in agricultural settings.

2005b). The use of human chromosome painting probes identified at least 41 human chromosome conserved segments between humans and river buffalo (Iannuzzi et al. 1998). Detailed cytogenetic maps revealed more human segments along river buffalo chromosomes than was resolved with Zoo–FISH mapping, indicating complex chromosome rearrangements within large conserved chromosome regions of river buffalo and human chromosomes (Iannuzzi et al. 1999, 2000b,c, 2001b–d; Di Meo et al. 2000, 2002, 2005a, 2006).

Iannuzzi and G. P. Di Meo 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Y X Fig. 1 Male RBG-banded river buffalo karyotype (2n = 50, XY), produced from a single cell and arranged according to the standard karyotype. Lines indicate centromeric positions in the five biarmed chromosomes (2001): BBU1 (1;27-U10/U25), BBU2 (2;23-U17/ U20), BBU3 (8;19-U18/U21), BBU4 (5;28-U3/U29), and BBU5 (16;29-U1/U7). The fusion of these biarmed pairs is accompanied by a substantial loss of constitutive heterochromatin (HC), with very small C-bands found in the centromeres of the bi-armed pairs, compared to centromeres of all acrocentric chromosomes, including X, which shows the largest heterochromatin block (Fig.

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