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murine

 [mu´rēn]
pertaining to or affecting mice or rats.

mur·ine

(myūr-ēn),
Relating to animals of the family Muridae.
[L. murinus, relating to mice, fr. mus (mur-), a mouse]

murine

/mu·rine/ (mūr´ēn) pertaining to, derived from, or characteristic of mice or rats.

murine

(myo͝or′īn′)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a rodent of the subfamily Murinae, which includes the house mouse and the brown rat.
2. Caused, transmitted by, or affecting such a rodent: murine leukemia.
n.
A murine rodent.

murine

adjective Referring to a member of the family Muridae (.g., mice, rats).

mur·ine

(myūr-ēn')
Relating to animals of the family Muridae.
[L. murinus, relating to mice, fr. mus (mur-), a mouse]

murine

Pertaining to mice and rats.

murine

pertaining to or affecting mice or rats. Strictly speaking refers to members of the subfamily Murinae, the Old World rats and mice. See also mouse.

chronic murine pneumonia
see murine respiratory mycoplasmosis (above).
chronic murine respiratory disease
see murine respiratory mycoplasmosis.
murine epizootic diarrhea
occurs in young mice up to 3 weeks of age. Caused by a rotavirus and characterized by mucoid yellow diarrhea, a high morbidity but a low mortality. Called also epizootic diarrhea of infant mice (EDIM).
murine leukemia virus
a number of viruses in the family Retroviridae which are associated with the naturally occurring and experimentally induced leukemia or lymphosarcoma in mice.
murine respiratory mycoplasmosis
a disease of mice caused by Mycoplasma pulmonis and characterized by dyspnea, nasal discharge, head tilt and incoordination. In most mice, infection occurs without clinical signs. Called also chronic respiratory disease of rats and mice, chronic murine pneumonia.
murine typhus
a disease of rats caused by Rickettsia typhi, transmitted by the rat flea Xenopsylla cheopis and the rat louse Polyplax spinulosa. It is an important disease of humans.
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DISCUSSION--The isolated upper and lower molars from Chapala Lake share the diagnostic characters of the genus Postcopemys: the major cusps of upper and lower molars are alternate, and the anterior and median mures and murids in M1 and m1 are anteroposteriorly oriented and situated along the midlines of the molars.
Sufism, its ideology and practice, reveals a rich field of performative piety in which mystical aspirations are dependent upon the power-based relations between the pir (master) and murid (disciple).
The presence of the glirid Muscardinus, the cricetid Cricetodon and the murid Occitanomys represent the first records of these rodent genera in the Levantine sector of the Iberian Cordillera.
In order to become complete, the incomplete man looks for a master and on finding him becomes his murid (disciple).
For example, having first discussed the Murid case the author moves on to the Tukulor whose experience she then relates to that of the Woiof; the discussions on the "'sons of the soil" refer to the earlier two experiences and that on the Senegalese in America to the preceding three sets of experiences.
97, quoting from a then-planned volume, "Spiritual Practice and the Spiritual Path: Ibn 'Arabi's Advice for the Murid.
Members Provincial Assembly from Dera and Tank are: Khalifa Qayyum, Samiullah Alizai, Makhdoom Murid Kazim, Israr Khan Gandapur, Sanaullah Miankhel.
The pir can guide the murid (disciple) because he is believed to be "spiritually purer and perfect by the standards of the Quran, and his role as a guide is effective because he has knowledge" (Pinto, 1995, p.
This movement was called Muridism by the Russians (from murid, a student or follower of the teaching).
Asi, muchas de las guerras en las que el Imperio ruso intervino durante el siglo XIX eran guerras de conquista imperial o de incorporacion, incluidos conflictos como la Guerra Ruso-Georgiana (1816-1825), las Guerras Ruso-Circasianas (1829-1840) y la Guerra Murid (1830-1859).
Patterns of body temperature, activity, and reproductive behavior in a tropical murid rodent, Arvicanthis niloticus.
For instance, Diarra Bousso of Senegal has achieved considerable renown as the mother of Amadou Bamba, the spiritual leader of the Murid brotherhood.