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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gallinae infection in columbids (Family Columbidae, a common prey group for Cooper's Hawks) are unknown.
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Number of Cooper's Hawks examined for Trichomonas gallinae by age (a) and gender at urban nests in Grand Forks (North Dakota/ Minnesota), Milwaukee (Wisconsin), and autumnal migrants at Hawk Ridge (Minnesota) study areas.
gltA-positive fleas Flea species Dogs Cats Ctenocephalides felis 114 (10) 152 (14) Archeopsylla erinacei 26 (26) 8 (8) Ctenocephalides canis 4 (0) -- Ceratophyllus gallinae 2 (1) 3 (1) Pulex irritans -- 1 (0) Total 146 (37) 164 (23) * gltA, citrate synthase.
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gallinae during winter 2006-2007 was high relative to other major causes of mortality of Band-tailed Pigeons.
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