Galliformes


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Gal·li·for·mes

(gal'i-fōr'mēz),
An order of birds embracing the pheasant, turkey, and chicken.
[L. gallus, a cock, + forma, form]

Galliformes

the avian order containing pheasants, partridges, quails and jungle fowl (domestic chickens).
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Furthermore, other Galliformes are known to respond negatively to these structures (Hovick et al.
Of these 57% species belong to order Passeriformes, 7% to Anseriformes, 6% each to Charadriiformes and Accipitriformes, 5% to Columbiformes, 4% each to Galliformes and Falconiformes,3% each to Coraciiformes and Ciconiiformes, 2% to Gruiformes and 1% each to Apodiformes, Caprimulgiformes, Piciformes, Suliformes and Strigiformes.
A key for the identification of domestic bird bones in Europe; galliformes and columbiformes.
It aims to develop and promote the conservation of all the species classed as Galliformes, otherwise known as the gamebirds of the world.
FL Recent fledglings (of altricial species) or downy young (of precocial species such as galliformes, shorebirds or waterfowl) confirm breeding.
Orden GALLIFORMES Familia Cracidae Ortalis canicolis (Wagler) (charata).
vacilar, tomar el pelo" y no en el sentido de "succionar ave del orden de las galliformes de aspecto arrogante, cabeza adornada de una cresta roja, carnosa y ordinariamente erguida; pico corto, grueso y arqueado" (Bustamante, 2002, 10).
La mayoria de aves en este estudio sobrevivieron la fase aguda de la infeccion y desarrollaron anticuerpos neutralizantes, y varios ordenes fueron incompetentes, incluyendo piciformes, psittaciformes y galliformes (28).
Almost all the other Galliformes we sampled sold for $5.
As it has just been mentioned, the fowl denomination serves as a name for several orders of birds (ANSERIFORMES and GALLIFORMES, among others), which are subdivided into families and species.
They are Galliformes (GA-la-forms), a classification of birds adapted for short, rapid flight.