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YAKSYet Another Khepera Simulator (open source simulator)
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A secondary currency is yak butter, stored in the stitched stomach lining of a dead goat or a sheep.
Local officials and others tried to help rescue the animals, but were hindered by the lack of heavy equipment to pull the yaks from the water and the onset of darkness.
DNA was extracted from 15 gut contents samples (5 yaks in each age group) using the Stool DNA Kit (OMEGA, Norcross, GA, USA) according to the protocol for isolation of DNA for pathogen detection.
Yik Yak launched in 2013 as an app-only social network allowing anyone to anonymously post to feeds based on their location.
Students reacted on Yik Yak and found out first on Yik Yak," he said.
Last spring, Jordan Seman sat in a campus dining hall at Middlebury College in Vermont, scrolling through the hot new social media app Yik Yak.
The yaks are animals that can withstand extreme cold and are not very picky.
The lead aircraft is a modified Yak 52, once the primary training aircraft for sport pilots of the former Soviet Bloc.
26%) of the 92 samples were positive for the HEV genotype 4 genome sequence; all samples were from yaks <1 year of age from Qinghai Province (online Technical Appendix Table 2).
Animals and sampling: A total of 168 blood serum samples were collected from unvaccinated yaks that were randomly selected between September to November 2012 in Issyk Kul Kyrgyzstan (Fig 1).
For the past eleven years, Alpine Ascents has offered an incredible Talkeetna area experience: Hikers are responsible for moving themselves, and the yaks do the rest.