10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRICETID»
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A New Genus of Cricetid
Rodent from the Hemingfordian ...
Yatkolamys Edwardsi, a new genus and species of cricetid indigenous to northwestern Nebraska, is described.
Larry Dean Martin, University of Kansas. Paleontological Institute, 1980
Mammals of the Neotropics, Volume 3: Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil
Reig (1978) described some early cricetid records from the base of the cliffs at
Mar del Plata in Argentina, referring them to the Monte- hermosan stage and
suggesting that they were from the Miocene epoch. Continuing detailed studies
John F. Eisenberg, Kent H. Redford, 2000
Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic ...
Tate, G. H. H. 1932b. The taxonomic history of the South American cricetid
genera Euneomys (subgenera Euneomys and Galenomys), Auliscomys,
Chelemyscus, Chinchillula, Phyllotis, Paralomys, Graomys, Eligmodontia, and
Don E. Wilson, DeeAnn M. Reeder, 2005
Recreational Impact on Wildlands: Conference Proceedings : ...
Perognathus pen- icillatus is overwhelmingly the most abundant small rodent in
the riparian habitat and, for this reason, the total density of heteromyid rodents is
greater than that of cricetid rodents. The three other heteromyid species are ...
The Laboratory Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster, and Other Rodents
Cricetid herpesvirus (CrHV-1), also known as hamster cytomegalovirus, is a
double-stranded, linear DNA virus that has been rarely reported in adult Chinese
hamsters (Cricetulus griseus) (Davison et al., 2009; ICTV 2002; Kuttner and
Mark A. Suckow, Karla A. Stevens, Ronald P. Wilson, 2012
The Tertiary Record of Rodents in North America
The sciuravid with the most cricetid-like dentition was the North American
Bridgerian Pauromys. The derivation of Asian cricetids from a North American
sciuravid would have involved the migration of a stem cricetid-like sciuravid to
Asia in the ...
Mammoths, Sabertooths, and Hominids: 65 Million Years of ...
Like Armantomys, other rodent families developed dental adaptions in response
to the dominant sclerophyllous vegetation. For instance, a group of cricetid
rodents exhibited a trend toward developing selenodont, ruminant-like
Jordi Agusti, Mauricio Anton, 2013
Foundations of Tropical Forest Biology: Classic Papers with ...
Of special interest is the early history of a successful new immigrant group such
as the cricetid rodents. Koopman (1964) recognized the South American
radiation of cricetid rodents, from a few genera in the late Pliocene to some 60 at
Robin L. Chazdon, T. C. Whitmore, 2002
Evolution of the House Mouse
Karn and Dlouhy (1991) also surveyed the saliva of many different murid and
cricetid rodents for proteins capable of binding testosterone and found that all
salivas sampled have one or more proteins with this characteristic of ABP (Fig.
Miloš Macholán, Stuart J. E. Baird, Jaroslav Piálek, 2012
Fossil Mammals of Asia: Neogene Biostratigraphy and Chronology
Lin, S.-I. 1980. Discussion on the division and its age of Miocene series of the
Lower Huai River. Journal of Stratigraphy 4(2):136—144. Lindsay, E. H. 1988.
Cricetid rodents from Siwalik deposits near Chinji Village. Part I:
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CRICETID»
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New cricetid rodent found from the early Oligocene of Yunnan, China
This new cricetid rodent was discovered at the Caijiachong mammalian fossil locality in Yunnan Province, China in 2008. The Caijiachong ... «Phys.Org, Mar 13»
Primitive cricetid rodents found from Middle Eocene of Erlian Basin …
The genus Pappocricetodon is considered to be the most primitive cricetid. However, the origin of Cricetidae and the relationships among the ... «Phys.Org, Aug 12»