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*  Dormouse - Wikipedia
A dormouse is a rodent of the family Gliridae (this family is also variously called Myoxidae or Muscardinidae by different ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dormouse
*  Rodent - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Family Gliridae (also Myoxidae, Muscardinidae): dormice. *Family Sciuridae: squirrels, including chipmunks, prairie dogs, & ...
https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodent
*  Mammal
Family Myoxidae: doormice *Hystricognathi *Family Bathyergidae: mole rats *Family Hystricidae: Old World porcupines ...
http://www.fact-index.com/m/ma/mammal.html
*  Desert dormouse - Wikipedia
They included it in the rat and mouse family Muridae but later proposed placing it in a new family allied to Myoxidae (some ... By 1947, they had concluded that it should be placed in Leithiinae, a subfamily of Myoxidae, along with three other dormouse ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desert_dormouse
*  Mammalian Ark Kinds | Answers in Genesis
The family name Myoxidae was commonly used, but is now considered invalid. There has been considerable research and controversy ...
https://answersingenesis.org/creation-science/baraminology/mammalian-ark-kinds/
*  Glirulus japonicus - Wikipedia
Ang Glirulus japonicus sakop sa kahenera nga Glirulus sa kabanay nga Myoxidae.[5][6] Giklaseklase sa IUCN ang espesye sa ...
https://ceb.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glirulus
*  Agassiz nomenclator zoologicus nomenclatore zoologico
Myoxus / Myoxidae / Myoxina nom. propr. Rodentia myoxina. myoxus = μυωξός my x s = ghiro edible dormouse or fat dormouse. ...
http://summagallicana.it/Agassiz_nomenclator_zoologicus/Mammalia.htm
*  Mammal classification - Wikipedia
... and relatives Family Myoxidae: dormice Family †Eomyidae Family †Florentiamyidae Family Geomyidae: pocket gophers, pocket mice, ... Family Heteromyidae Family Dipodidae Family Muridae Family Anomaluridae Family Pedetidae Family Ctenodactylidae Family Myoxidae ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mammal_classification
*  List of MeSH codes (B01) - Wikipedia
... myoxidae MeSH B01.150.900.649.865.663 --- octodon MeSH B01.150.900.649.865.692 --- porcupines MeSH B01.150.900.649.865.750 --- ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_MeSH_codes_(B01)
*  Rodent - Wikipedia
... also Myoxidae, Muscardinidae): dormice Family Sciuridae: squirrels, including chipmunks, prairie dogs, marmots While rodents ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodent
*  Cambridge Natural History Mammalia/Chapter XV - Wikisource, the free online library
Reuvens, "Die Myoxidae oder Schläfer," Leyden, 1890, allows but one genus, Myoxus, the other genera adopted here being termed ... 1. Gliridae.-This family, also called Myoxidae,[14] includes the Dormice, and is entirely an Old-World family, absent only from ...
https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Cambridge_Natural_History_Mammalia/Chapter_XV
*  ADW: Rodentia: INFORMATION
With over 2000 living species placed in about 30 families, rodents are by far the largest order of mammals, at least in terms of number of taxa (well over 40% of mammalian species belong to the order Rodentia!). Rodents range in size from pygmy mice weighing 5 gms to capybaras, the largest of which weigh over 70 kg. They are found around the world except in Antarctica, New Zealand, and on some oceanic islands. Ecologically, they are incredibly diverse. Some species spend their entire lives above the ground in the canopy of rainforests; others seldom emerge from beneath the ground. Some species are highly aquatic, while others are equally specialized for life in deserts. Many are to some degree omnivorous; others are highly specialized, eating, for example, only a few species of invertebrates or fungi.. Despite their morphological and ecological diversity, all rodents share one characteristic: their dentition is highly specialized for gnawing. All rodents have a single pair of upper and a single ...
https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Rodentia/
*  The Balance Of Nature And Modern Conditions Of Cultivation | by George Abbey
20, a member of the Rodentia and family Myoxidae, appears to be intermediate between the mice (Muridae) and the squirrels ( ...
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*  Rodent
Family Aplodontiidae : mountain beaver * Family Gliridae (also Myoxidae, Muscardinidae): dormice * Family Sciuridae Sciuridae ...
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*  ADW: Eliomys quercinus: INFORMATION
Family Myoxidae, of which E. quercinus is a member, used to be classified as Family Gliridae. (Feldhamer, et al., 1999; Lawlor ...
http://animaldiversity.org/site/accounts/information/Eliomys_quercinus.html
*  Hazel Dormouse - Muscardinus avellanarius - Overview - Encyclopedia of Life
Dormice are well known for their habit of sleeping for much of the time. Their popular English name is thought to derive from the French word 'dormir' meaning 'to sleep'. Dormice are known to hibernate for as much as seven months of the year. At the onset of colder weather in October, the animals will select a suitable site close to the ground to build a nest. They then curl up and go to sleep until April. During hibernation, dormice slow down their bodily functions and enter a state of extreme torpor. In this state they feel cold to the touch and take some time to rouse themselves when handled. However, they do wake up periodically for a few hours at a time. They survive extended periods without food by living off stored reserves of fat laid down in the fruitful autumn months. Dormice feed high up in the trees on a variety of food. They eat flowers and pollen during the spring, fruit in summer and nuts, particularly hazel nuts, in autumn. It is thought that insects are taken too. This variety ...
http://eol.org/pages/327940/overview
*  Myotube | definition of myotube by Medical dictionary
Looking for online definition of myotube in the Medical Dictionary? myotube explanation free. What is myotube? Meaning of myotube medical term. What does myotube mean?
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*  rodents - Encyclopedia of Life
Comment: Ontology Description: http://environmentontology.org/ Ontology Source: http://envo.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/src/envo/envo. ...
https://eol.org/pages/8677
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*  Long-tailed field mouse - Comic of the Forest - pictures and facts
Myoxidae (26 animals). Order Rodentia. contains 2 suborders. Sciurognathi (1759 animals) Hystricognathi (228 animals) ...
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*  Guinea Pigs | Colorado PROFILES
Bricault CA, Kovacs JM, Nkolola JP, Yusim K, Giorgi EE, Shields JL, Perry J, Lavine CL, Cheung A, Ellingson-Strouss K, Rademeyer C, Gray GE, Williamson C, Stamatatos L, Seaman MS, Korber BT, Chen B, Barouch DH. A multivalent clade C HIV-1 Env trimer cocktail elicits a higher magnitude of neutralizing antibodies than any individual component. J Virol. 2015 Mar; 89(5):2507-19 ...
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*  Small-eared dormouse | Graphiurus microtis facts
... member of the Rodentia order and the Myoxidae family. ... Myoxidae (26 animals). Order Rodentia. contains 2 suborders. ... Family : Myoxidae. Subfamily : Graphiurinae. Species : Graphiurus microtis. The Small-eared dormouse is listed as Least Concern ... Animals / Mammals / Rodentia (1987) / Sciurognathi (1759) / Myoxidae (26) / Graphiurinae (14) / Graphiurus (14) ...
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*  Namebank Record Detail
Myoxidae. Dryomys. Dryomys laniger Felten and Storch, 1968. Alternate Classifications: Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: ...
http://www.ubio.org/browser/details.php?namebankID=108834
*  Dryomys
Life Mammalia Rodentia Myoxidae prev. next. Scientific names. Finnish names. English names. ...
http://ftp.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/mammalia/rodentia/myoxidae/dryomys/