n.1.(Zool.) One of the Artiodactyla.
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The Pudu is a ruminant belonging to the Order Artiodactyle, Family Odocoileinae, which incluyes the genders Hippocamelus and Pudu.
Late in life in 1961, he received the Doctor of Science degree at Hiroshima University with a study in osteology of the Japanese Serow Capricornulus (an artiodactyle) and in the next year he received the Doctor of Agriculture at Tokyo University of Agriculture with a study of Lagomorpha.
Saisons de reproduction chez trois Rongeurs et un Artiodactyle en Guyane Francaise, en fonction des facteurs du milieu ct de l'alimentation.
Un apercu sur l'ecologie du chevrotain africain Hyemoschus aquaticus Ogilby, Artiodactyle Tragulide.
These include two primates (Himalayan rhesus monkey, hanuman grey langur); eight (8) Chiropetra (Indian false vampire bat, fulvous fruit bat, Himalayan pipistrelle, lesser horseshoe bat, common bent-wing bat, dark whiskered bat, Pallas's tube-nosed bat, Torresian tube-nosed bat or northern tube-nosed bat, Gilgit tube-nosed bat, and horseshoe bat); seven (7) carnivores (golden jackal, common leopard, Asiatic black bear, jungle cat, stoat or ermine, Himalayan palm civit and yellow-throated martin); and 12 rodents (Himalayan field mouse, house mouse, roof rat or house rat, Eurasian pygmy shrew, Turkestan rat, Indian mole rat, short-tailed mole rat, small Kashmir flying squirrel, Royle's high mountain vole; and one artiodactyle (barking deer) species.
Un apercu sur l'ACopyrightcologie du chevrotain africain Hyemoschus aquaticus Ogilby Artiodactyle Tragulide.
The melanocyte-stimulating hormone receptor (Mci-R) gene as a tool in evolutionary studies of artiodactyles. Hereditas 1999; 131:39-46.
There is not yet any reported study of EH in Siwalik artiodactyles; this research work is the first attempt to analyze EH in giraffids of Potwar Plateau of the Siwaliks.
Vertebres Villafranchiens d'Afrique du Nord (Artiodactyles, Carnivores, Primates, Reptiles, Oiseaux).