Microtinae is a subfamily of small rodents, also known as voles, which are characterized by their short limbs, compact body shape, and specialized feeding habits, primarily consisting of grasses and other vegetation.

I apologize, but 'Microtinae' is not a medical term. It is a taxonomic category in the field of biology, specifically for a subfamily of rodents that includes voles and lemmings. Therefore, I believe there may be some confusion in your question. If you have any further questions about biology or related fields, I would be happy to try and help.

Rodentia, Microtinae). In: Heredity 59, S. 383-389 (1987). Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena und Carmen Sapienza: Nonrandom ...
Kuratorium des British Museum (Hrsg.): Monograph of the voles and lemmings (Microtinae) living and extinct. Band 1. Natural ...
Alternativ zum Namen Arvicolinae findet man oft auch den Namen Microtinae, der aber als deutlich jüngerer Name ungültig ist. ...
Microtinae) der nordosttürkischen Feuchtwälder. Bonner Zoologische Beiträge 13 (4), 1963, S. 284-310 Adem Keskin: A New Flea ...
Microtinae, Murinae, and "Spalacidae") with each other and with the Malagasy Nesomyinae. In: Proceedings of the Zoological ...
Rodentia, Microtinae). In: Heredity 59, S. 383-389 (1987). Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena und Carmen Sapienza: Nonrandom ...

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