cricetine

cricetine

members of the subfamily Cricetinae, the New World rats and mice.
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Comparative patterns of growth and development in cricetine rodents and the evolution of ontogeny.
Habitat selection in population of cricetine rodents in the region Delta (Argentina).
A survey of the cricetine rodents of West Tennessee.
Evolution of Neotropical cricetine rodents (Muridae) with special reference to the phyllotine group.
Habitat selection, social structure, density and predation of populations of cricetine rodents in the Pampean region and the effects of agricultural practices on them.
Habitat utilization, competitive interactions, and coexistence of three species of cricetine rodents in east central Arizona.
The deer mouse is a common cricetine rodent whose geographical range and temporal activity overlap extensively with that of the red imported fire ant in the southeastern United States (Grzimek 1990).
Three of the five cricetine taxa moved significantly farther than all three heteromyid taxa.
Evolution of Neotropical cricetine rodents (Muridae), with special reference to the Phyllotine Group.
Karyotypic variation in oryzomyine rodents (Cricetinae) with comments on chromosomal evolution in the Neotropical cricetine complex.
Along with members of this family, a suite of cricetine rodents (e.