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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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The order Galliformes is characterized by precocial offspring, with breeding systems that reduce parental investment comparing with altricial birds (Royle et al., 2012).
(D.) nasuta presenta una distribucion cosmopolita, asi como una lista amplia de hospedadores definitivos que incluyen aves de las ordenes Galliformes, Gruiformes, Charadriiformes, Columbiformes, Psittacioformes, Cuculiformes, Coraciiformes, Piciformes y Passeriformes (Carreno 2008).
Unidentified bird remains (bones and feather shafts) could most often be assigned to "large" (anseriform and galliform) or "small" (charadriiform and passeriform) bird classes for biomass estimation, even if they could not be classified to order.
Understanding variations in survival is thus critical to provide sustainable hunting plans for most Galliformes.
(3) Periorbital cellulitis or abscesses generally result from chronic upper respiratory tract infection and sinusitis, commonly caused by mycobacteriosis or mycoplasmosis in galliform species.
Recently, group 3 coronaviruses genetically similar to IBV were detected in healthy galliform and nongalliform birds (4,5).
Aspects of the functional morphology of the ductus epididymidis in domestic anseriform and galliform birds.
I especially enjoyed and recommend reading the description of tragopan mating displays (colorful galliform birds found in the Himalayan mountains).
The Reeves's pheasant Syrmaticus reevesii is an endemic and threatened forest-dwelling galliform species in China (Cheng et al.
Suprageneric relationships of galliform birds (Aves, Galliformes): a cladistic analysis of morphological characters.
In general, Mg from plant sources is highly available, with 95% availability in 10 studies of galliform birds (76) The biological processes influencing bioavailability and absorption of Mg are complex, and although they have been little studied in birds, in mammals these processes apparently involve dietary levels of Na, Ca, P, and vitamin D.
Avian serosurveys showed highest antibody prevalence rates among resident columbiform and galliform species, which produce moderate-to-low viremias and do not die from infection (26).