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The most common reservoirs of the disease are gerbils which belong to the genus of Meriones and Psammomys.
Meriones libycus and Rhombomys opimus (Rodentia: Gerbillidae) are the main reservoir hosts in a new focus of zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis in Iran.
meriones (Orchymont) (Argentina: Chaco; Brasil: Mato Grosso) y P.
Both normal and obese hyperglycemic hyperlipidemic (OHH) Meriones shawi rats were used.
The PCR-based detection of Leishmania major infections in Meriones libycus (Rodentia: Muridae) from southern Iran.
Source Species n This study Arborimus longicaudus 7 Winkleman and Getz 1962 Meriones unguiculatus 4 Getz 1963 Microtus ochrogaster 27 Church 1966 Microtus californicus 47 Getz 1963 Microtus pennsylvanicus 22 Getz 1968 Clethrionomys gapperi 6 McManus 1974 Clethrionomys gapperi 5 Rhodes and Richmond 1981 Pitymys pinetorutn (2) 10 Rhodes and Richmond 1981 Pitymys pinetortim (3) 10 Free water consumption Source ml/g/d ml/d This study 0.
Igual situacion ocurre con el jerbo Meriones unguiculatus, que es una especie comercializada como mascota y usada tambien en laboratorios medicos (TURTON, 1984).
275), Idomeneus is telling his companion Meriones that (1) he indeed knows what sort of man Meriones is with respect to arete*, and (2) since he knows this, there is no need to elaborate on the matter.
Diomedes Diomedes Eumelo Antiloco Menelao Menelao Menelao Antiloco Meriones Meriones Meriones Diomedes Eumelo
By which name is the pet animal Meriones unguiculatus commonly known?
euphratica Colak & Yigit 1998; Mongolian Gerbil Meriones unguiculatus Scheibler et al.
Perhaps another Homeric link can be found for the use of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in this context: In Iliad 17, Menelaos and Meriones carrying the dead Patroklos from the battle-field are compared to mules dragging a roof-beam ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]):
Development of subperiodic Brugia malayi in the jirds, Meriones unguiculatus; with notes on infections in other rodents.
Their Latin name, Meriones unguiclatus, means little clawed warrior (Humane Society of the United States, 2002).