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microtus

(mī-krō′tŭs) [″ + ous, ear]
A person with abnormally small ears.
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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.
(2001) observed no captures of Microtus agrestis in elevated traps, while three other rodent species exploited the upper vegetation stratum extensively, and two additional rodent species exploited that stratum to a lesser degree.
Infanticide in wild populations of Ondatra zibethicus and Microtus pennsylvanicus.
The effects of experimental habitat destruction and patch isolation on space use and fitness parameters in female root vole, Microtus oeconomus.
The original material consists of 44 specimens of six species of three genera Microtus, Eolagurus and Lagurus (Table 1, Fig.
These factors were important for woodland voles, Microtus pinetorum (Fisher and Anthony, 1980; Rhodes and Richmond, 1985).
Plant phenolics as chemical defenses: effects of natural phenolics on survival and growth of prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster).
(5) 9.1 30.3 6.3 Heather Vole Phenacomys intermedins 11.4 - 11.6 Vole Microtus spp.
Possible interaction between a rodenticide treatment and a pathogen in common vole (Microtus arvalis) during a population peak.
En un estudio realizado para discernir el rol de las sobremarcas, Thomas y Wolff (2002) observaron que las marcas secundarias depositadas por machos de Microtus ochrogaster y M.
The fourth subspecies, Microtus californicus sanctidiegi, is known from the border region west of Tecate and along the coast south to Santo Tomas, and its distribution continues north to Santa Barbara County, California.
Home-range size as a predictor of mating systems in Microtus. Journal of Mammalogy 69:311-319.