Cricetus cricetus


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Noun1.Cricetus cricetus - a variety of hamster common to Europe and AsiaCricetus cricetus - a variety of hamster common to Europe and Asia
hamster - short-tailed Old World burrowing rodent with large cheek pouches
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2010: Population structure, colonization processes and barriers for dispersal in the common hamster Cricetus cricetus (L.) populations in Poland.
Simonneaux et al., "Seasonal variations of clock gene expression in the suprachiasmatic nuclei and pars tuberalis of the European hamster (Cricetus cricetus)," European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Neumann K, Michaux JR, Maak S, Jansman HAH, Kayser A, Mundt G, Gattermann R (2005) Genetic spatial structure of European common hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) -a result of repeated range expansion and demographic bottlenecks.
France has not sufficiently protected the European hamster (Cricetus cricetus), ruled the EU Court of Justice, on 9 June(1).
La sintesis de glutation reducido (GSH) durante la maduracion de ovocitos in vitro ha sido reportado en ratones (Mus musculus) [5], hamster (Cricetus cricetus) [27], cerdos (Sus scrofa domestica) [34] y bovinos (Bos taurus, indicus) [25].
The common hamster (Cricetus cricetus); perspectives on an endangered species.
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.
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).