oa Madoqua - The vascular anatomy of the lower abdomen, pelvis and upper hindleg in Procavia capensis
|Article Title||The vascular anatomy of the lower abdomen, pelvis and upper hindleg in Procavia capensis|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 Nature Conservation and Tourism Branch, South West Africa Administration|
|Publication Date||Jan 1970|
|Pages||3 - 18|
|Keyword(s)||Calcium excretion, Dassie, Enzymes, Gastro-intestinal tract, Hot arid environments, Iliolumbar, Intraabdominally testes, Medial sacral artery, Pudic-epigastric, Scrotum, Spermatogenesis, Superior suprarenal artery and Vascular anatomy|
The Hyracoides are represented by three genera Procavia, Dendrohyrax and Heterohyrax. These enjoy a wide distribution throughout Africa and the Middle East while the dassie or rock hyrax, Procavia capensis, occurs in particularly large numbers in Southern Africa. The vascular system of Hyracoldea shows differences within the species as well as differences from other mammals.
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