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Synonyms for Callithrix

type genus of the Callithricidae: true marmosets

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2%) of 19 from Callithrix penicilata, 1 (4%) of 25 from Callithrix jacchus, 1 (20%) of 5 from Saimiri sciureus e 1 (25%) of 4 from Leontopithecus chrysomelas.
Measurement of tear production in black-tufted marmosets Callithrix penicillata) using three different methods: modified Schirmer's I, phenol red thread and standardized endodontic absorbent paper points.
No Estado do Ceara, os animais silvestres apresentam uma importancia emergente quanto a Raiva, sendo as especies Procyon cancrivorous (guaxinim) e Callithrix jacchus (sagui do tufo branco) importantes transmissores da Raiva para seres humanos (2).
monos titis Callithrix jacchus y los monos maiceros Cebus apella) eran lo suficientemente comunes para permitir la extraccion sin comprometer la estabilidad de las poblaciones silvestres (Smith, 1977, Mittermeier et al.
An evaluation of the marmoset Callithrix jacchus (sagui) as an experimental model for the dyslipoproteinemia of human Schistosomiasis mansoni.
JUM 4124 Jungermanniaceae Jungermannia callithrix Lindenb.
The primary goal of these studies was to establish physiological range of hematology and clinical chemistry values in hybrids of Callithrix.
Both infections occurred in the Grande Rio region, where Callithrix spp.
9- Callithrix--GB: Callithrix jacchus [20], Accession Number: AY196775, Identities = 181/188 (96.
Chronic tubulointerstitial nephritis and wasting disease in marmoset Callithrix jacchus Vet.
The Carangola Valley still presents significant forest remnants in a biome classified as a biodiversity hotspot and is considered a region with extreme biological importance for biodiversity conservation in Minas Gerais, harboring several endangered species of terrestrial fauna such as Cabassous tatouay, Callithrix aurita, and Potus flavus (Drummond et al.