Cricetus


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Synonyms for Cricetus

type genus of the Cricetidae: Old World hamsters

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2009: Low genetic diversity and significant structuring of the common hamster populations Cricetus cricetus in Poland revealed by the mtDNA control region sequence variation.
2011: Genetic variability and differentiation in the Polish common hamster (Cricetus cricetus L.): genetic consequences of agricultural habitat fragmentation.
The subfamily Cricetinae is currently composed of seven genera: Allocricetulus, Cansumys, Cricetulus, Cricetus, Mesocricetus, Phodopus, and Tscherskia, with a total of eighteen species (Musser and Carleton 2005).
Most notable was the formation of a clade consisting of Tscherskia triton, Cricetulus migratorius, Cricetus cricetus, and Allocricetulus eversmanni that branches off from a clade consisting of other Cricetulus species.
The common hamster Cricetus cricetus (Linnaeus, 1758) is a widespread Palaearctic rodent of prominent external appearance.
2010: Population structure, colonization processes and barriers for dispersal in Polish common hamsters (Cricetus cricetus).
Identification of another surface protein antigen I/II gene, pacB, and a putative transcriptional regulator gene, par, from Streptococcus cricetus. Genes Genet.
Lastly, Belgium has been sent a final written warning over inadequate measures to protect the European hamster (Cricetus cricetus) under the EU Habitats Directive (92/43).
interrogans serovar Grippotyphosa represented the most common infecting serovar, usually transmitted by field voles (Microtus apodemus) and European hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) as reservoir animals (16).
The role of the field hamster (Cricetus cricetus) as of a source of infection of the swamp-field fever.
The common hamster (Cricetus cricetus L.) is a steppe species with extensive range from the River Yenisei in Asia to Western Europe, where it forms some isolated populations in Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Western Germany (Mitchell-Jones et al.
2004: Changes in the distribution of hamster (Cricetus cricetus) in Hungary during the past fifty years.
Germany.The Commission has decided to send a reasoned opinion to Germany for failure to properly ensure the protection of the habitats of an endangered hamster, the Cricetus cricetus.
2005) and also for the dramatic decrease of the common hamster (Cricetus cricetus) often changes in agricultural practice are considered as cause (e.g.
2014: Modelling population dynamics of the common hamster (Cricetus cricetus): timing of harvest as a critical aspect in the conservation of a highly endangered rodent.