Zokor


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Zo´kor

    (zō´kôr)
n.1.(Zool.) An Asiatic burrowing rodent (Siphneus aspalax) resembling the mole rat. It is native of the Altai Mountains.
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Hypoxic adaptation of the hearts of plateau zokor (Myospalax baileyi) and plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae).
Differences of glycolysis in skeletal muscle and lactate metabolism in liver between plateau zokor (Myospalax baileyi) and plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae).
Characteristics of pulmonary acinus structure in the plateau zokor (Myospalax baileyi) and plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae).
Physiological character of erythrocyte adapting to hypoxia in plateau zokor and plateau pika.
Blood-gas properties of plateau zokor (Myospalax baileyi).
Difference in oxygen uptake in skeletal muscles between plateau zokor (Myospalax rufescens baileyi) and plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniac).
In order to manage Eospalax (Myospalax) baileyi (Plateau zokors) pests with physical method, the efficacy of four different arrow traps was tested to control the plateau zokor in Sichuan Northwest Prairie, China.
Eospalax (Myospalax) baileyi, zokor, population density, arrow trap.
The Eospalax baileyi (plateau zokor, formerly Myospalax baileyi) is a subterranean burrowing endemic rodent (blind mole rat) inhabiting areas of 2600-4600 metres above sea level on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau (Fan and Shi, 1982).
A plateau zokor can push the total 1024 kg of soil up above the surface during the mild climatic period of 89 days (Wang and Fan, 1987).
The method of arrow traps can have a great potential to control the zokor in the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau because it lives style with subterranean burrowing activities.
The predation risks of the plateau pika and plateau zokor and their survival strategies in the Alpine Meadow Ecosystem.