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Definition of Phocine

Phocine
Phocine Pho"cine, a. [L. phoca a seal.] (Zo["o]l.) Of or pertaining to the seal tribe; phocal.

Meaning of Phocine from wikipedia

- Phocine morbillivirus, formerly Phocine distemper virus (PDV), is a paramyxovirus of the genus Morbillivirus that is pathogenic for pinniped species,...
- seamare seastallion shoal hippocampal Seal pup cow bull herd pod rookery phocine Shark cub pup ? bull shiver selachian squaloid flake (AUS) Sheep (list)...
- The Phocine is a ferry owned by Dart 3 Ltd and currently in service with Seatruck Ferries. Phocine was launched in 1985 as Balder Sten, owned by K/S A/S...
- po****tions have been reduced or eliminated through disease (especially the phocine distemper virus) and conflict with humans, both unintentionally and intentionally...
- Canine distemper, a disease of dogs Feline distemper, a disease of cats Phocine distemper, a disease of seals A bacterial infection Equine distemper, or...
- morbillivirus Feline morbillivirus Feline morbillivirus 2 Measles morbillivirus Phocine morbillivirus Rinderpest morbillivirus Small ruminant morbillivirus...
- (surname) DCV Balder, a deepwater construction vessel MS Balder Sten or MS Phocine, a ferry built in 1985 Baldr video game series, including Baldr Force,...
- originally built in 1938 for the 1940 Olympics gliding competition MS Phocine, a ferry formerly named MS Merle Merle, a Crusader fort near Tantura on...
- In 1988 and 2002, thousands of harbour seals were killed in Europe by phocine distemper virus. Many other viruses, including caliciviruses, herpesviruses...
- diseases in other animal species, for example canine distemper virus (dogs), phocine distemper virus (seals), cetacean morbillivirus (dolphins and porpoises)...
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