Comb (anatomy)
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A comb is a fleshy growth or crest on the top of the head of gallinaceous birds, such as turkeys, pheasants, and domestic chickens. Its alternative name cockscomb (spelling variations abound) is because combs are generally larger on males than on females (a male gallinaceous bird is called a cock). There can be several fleshy protuberances on the heads and throats of gallinaceous birds, i.e. comb, wattle, ear lobes and nodules, which collectively are called caruncles, however, in turkeys caruncle refers specifically to the fleshy nodules on the head and throat.
Chicken combs are most commonly red (but may be black or dark purple in breeds such as Silkies or Sebrights), but in other species the color may vary from light grey to deep blue or red; turkey combs can vary in color from bright red to blue.


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Cresta (carúncula)
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La cresta es una protuberancia caruncular situada de forma longitudinal que presentan algunas especies de aves galliformes en la parte superior de la cabeza. Las crestas de las aves generalmente están vivamente coloreadas. Es un carácter sexual secundario que se desarrolla totalmente con la madurez sexual y distingue a los machos de las hembras. La intensidad de su coloración y turgencia están regulados por las hormonas sexuales y se intensifican durante la época de cría.

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All chicken have combs on their heads, but it does not always look the same. Comb is a fleshy growth on the top of the chicken head.
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About Combs and Wattles, Chicken Anatomy | TBN Ranch
11 Aug 2012 ... Both male and female chickens have fleshy growths at the tops of their heads called combs. Wattles are two oblong fleshy growths that hang ...
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All About Chicken Combs – Single, Pea, Rose, V Shaped, Etc ...
7 Sep 2008 ... Anatomy and Function History, Food and Medicine Common Problems Genetics ... All chickens have a comb, but all combs are not the same.
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Chicken Anatomy at Animal Corner features information about a chicken's anatomy ... a chicken anatomy diagram and information about different chicken combs.
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Chicken combs- types and purpose - Keep Hens Raise Chickens
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Comb (anatomy) - The Free Dictionary
The cap of a jester, decorated to resemble the comb of a rooster. 3. An annual plant (Celosia cristata) widely cultivated for its showy, fan-shaped or plumelike ...
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Combs and Wattles, Chicken Anatomy - Adelaide Chicken Sitting ...
13 Aug 2013 ... Male and female chickens have both a comb and wattle. The comb is located on top of the head, while the wattle dangles below. What are they ...
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The Complete Guide to Raising Chickens: Everything You Need ...
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Tara Layman Williams, 2010
If you are going to own poultry, you need to know the anatomy of a chicken and how to tell whether your bird is healthy. ... Comb. At the top of the chicken is the fleshy piece of skin called a comb. All chickens have combs, but they can come in  ...
Cómo descubrió el hombre de dónde vienen los bebés: Una odisea extraordinaria cuyos pormenores se narran en esta...
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Juliette Nouel-Rénier, 2008
Hoy en día, todo el mundo sabe de dónde vienen los niños. Sin embargo, se trata de un descubrimiento más o menos reciente. En el siglo XVII, por ejemplo, aún se creía que una mujer podía dar a luz un cangrejo, y en el siglo XVII se pensaba que había polen de bebé flotando en el aire. A un científico se le ocurrió, incluso, ponerle calzones a los sa...
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Example : It is illustrated by the inheritance of combs in poultry. Two genes control the development of comb. Gene R gives rise to rose comb and P produces pea comb. Both pea and rose comb are dominant over single comb. When genes for ...
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Andrew Biel, 2012
Esta guía es el mejor medio para introducirse en el conocimiento de la anatomía y para aprender las destrezas de la palpación. El lector aprenderá a “viajar con las manos” a través de las regiones corporales. Para ello, el libro se divide en siete capítulos, seis de los cuales se centran en las regiones del cuerpo; primero se explican el contorno t...
Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Physiological ...
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It is with these scales that they form the cells called the comb ; but perhaps not entirely, for I believe they mix farina with it ; however, this only occasionally, when probably the secretion is not in great plenty. I have some reason to think that ...
El Autismo como Trastorno de la Función Ejecutiva
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James Russell, 2000
El autismo sigue siendo un tema fascinante por lo complejo de su naturaleza, su origen y lo devastador de sus efectos. La teoría prevalente señala que el autismo se caracteriza por la dificultad en la comprensión de conceptos mentales, pero esta obra presenta nuevos y contundentes argumentos en favor de un enfoque alternativo del problema. Las inve...
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Royal College of Surgeons of England. Museum, Sir Richard Owen, 1836
It is with these scales that they form the cells called the comb ; but perhaps not entirely, for I believe they mix farina with it ; however, this only occasionally, when probably the secretion is not in great plenty. I have some reason to think that ...
The Chicken Encyclopedia: An Illustrated Reference
The Chicken Encyclopedia: An Illustrated Reference
Gail Damerow, 2012
Sebrights, Sumatras, and some Modern Games have purplish combs, and a Silkie's comb is so dark it's nearly black. ... comb anatomy single (LEFT) and rose (RIGHT) undesirable combs 66 COLIFORM BACTERIA to COMMERCIAL RATION.
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About Combs and Wattles, Chicken Anatomy | TBN Ranch
Both male and female chickens have fleshy growths at the tops of their heads called combs. Wattles are two oblong fleshy growths that hang below their chin. What are They For? They both actually have a very important function. Scientists suggest that blood is circulated between the comb and wattles to help keep the chicken…
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Combs and Wattles, Chicken Anatomy - Adelaide Chicken Sitting Service
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Chicken Anatomy Combs 3 Part Cards - Live and Learn Farm
But not all combs and wattles are created the same. I have created a Chicken Anatomy Combs work to show the differences and variations.
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Jellyfish are beautiful, gelatinous animals with long tentacles that sting. Images, videos, and facts from around the world.
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Curly hair is absolutely adorable! At the same time everyone with a curly hair child can attest to that it can also be very hard to manage. Styling takes more time and using products to keep the style and curl is essential...The key is to start wit...
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Gardens & Chickens & Worms, Oh My!: Combs
Combs, all chickens have them. How many types are there? Why do they look different on various breeds? What are they for? What are they made of? Why are certain combs better suited for warm or cold weather? Let’s take a look at chicken combs, and answer questions that are important to chicken keepers everywhere.
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