microtus


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microtus

(mī-krō′tŭs) [″ + ous, ear]
A person with abnormally small ears.

Microtus

see vole.
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Other Microtus species have also been suggested as candidates for small laboratory animal models of large domestic ruminants (Dieterich and Preston, 1977a, b; Kudo and Oki, 1984; Widayati et al.
2010: Molecular phylogeny and evolution of the Asian lineage of vole genus Microtus (Rodentia: Arvicolinae) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequence.
Microtus ochrogaster ludovicianus had the lowest genetic diversity, likely an artifact of small sample size (n = 2); therefore, we do not include it when summarizing variation among subspecies.
Sin embargo, varios autores encontraron que en las especies poliginicas Myodes glareolus y Microtus oeconomus (Lambin et al.
Nevertheless, overgrazing can undoubtedly reduce or even eliminate Microtus populations, as has been documented throughout its range (Eadie, 1953; Jones et al.
Responses of a population of California voles, Microtus californiens, to odor-baited traps.
The most common prey for both Northern Saw-whet Owl and Long-eared Owl was the vole genus Microtus; all the identifiable Microtus were referable to M.
In the samples analysed, we have identified a great number of species indicating an environment with a high level of humidity, such as Arvicola terrestris, Microtus agrestis, Talpa europaea, Talpa occidentalis and Erinaceus europaeus.
One Microtus pinetorum, one Sigmodon hispidus, four Reithrodontomys humulis, three Ochrotomys nuttalli, and four Peromyscus sp.
Furthermore, the slight layer of AB- and PAS- positive material we found coating the VNO's Ne and the RFE has already been reported for Microtus and Microcebus (and suggested as a characteristic of the luminal environment) and for humans, where secretions were most copious (Roslinski et al.