COMPONENTS OF RED BLOOD IN YOUNG MOOSE
Investigating moose domestication at the Pechora–Ilych Reserve provided an opportunity to study the development of respiration blood activity. Respiration (gas transportation) blood activity plays an important role in moose adaptation. Characteristics of the gas– transporting function of blood of moose after birth are not synchronic, and this process is not completed by the age of 1 year. But the process of gas transporting in moose organs develops faster than that of domesticated hoofed animals and is dependent on their environment.
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