family Bovidae

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Bovidae - true antelopes; cattle; oxen; sheep; goats
mammal family - a family of mammals
Ruminantia, suborder Ruminantia - cattle; bison; sheep; goats; antelopes; deer; chevrotains; giraffes; camels
bovid - hollow-horned ruminants
Bovinae, subfamily Bovinae - term not used technically; essentially coextensive with genus Bos: cattle; buffalo; and sometimes includes kudu
Bovini, tribe Bovini - term not used technically; essentially coextensive with genus Bos
Bos, genus Bos - wild and domestic cattle; in some classifications placed in the subfamily Bovinae or tribe Bovini
Old World buffalo, buffalo - any of several Old World animals resembling oxen including, e.g., water buffalo; Cape buffalo
Bubalus, genus Bubalus, tribe Bubalus - in some classification systems included in genus Bos; water buffaloes
genus Anoa - a genus of mammals of the family Bovidae
Bibos, genus Bibos - wild ox
genus Bison - sometimes considered a subgenus of genus Bos: American buffalo
genus Ovibos, Ovibos - consisting of the musk-ox
genus Ovis, Ovis - sheep
Ammotragus, genus Ammotragus - genus of wild sheep
goat antelope - bovid related to goats but having antelope-like features: mountain goats; gorals; serows; chamois; gnu goats
genus Oreamnos, Oreamnos - mountain goats
Antilope, genus Antilope - blackbucks
genus Litocranius, Litocranius - antelopes of eastern Africa: gerenuks
genus Addax - genus of antelopes of northern African deserts
Connochaetes, genus Connochaetes - African antelopes: gnus
genus Madoqua, Madoqua - genus comprising some small antelopes of eastern and northeastern Africa
Alcelaphus, genus Alcelaphus - African antelopes: hartebeests
Damaliscus, genus Damaliscus - African antelopes: sassabies
Aepyceros, genus Aepyceros - African antelopes: impalas
Gazella, genus Gazella - typical gazelles
genus Strepsiceros, genus Tragelaphus, Strepsiceros, Tragelaphus - African antelopes: kudus; bongos; nyalas; bushbucks
Boselaphus, genus Boselaphus - Indian antelopes: nilgais
genus Hippotragus, Hippotragus - sable antelopes
genus Saiga - Eurasian antelopes: saigas
genus Raphicerus, Raphicerus - African antelopes: steenboks
genus Taurotragus, Taurotragus - African antelopes: elands
genus Kobus, Kobus - African antelopes: waterbucks
Adenota, genus Adenota - African antelopes: puku
genus Oryx - African antelopes: oryxes
genus Pseudoryx, Pseudoryx - species of large cow-like mammals of Vietnam discovered by scientists in 1992
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The studied teeth represent weak stylids and ribs, which distinguish them from the family Bovidae; the teeth show brachydonty, less wrinkled enamel and more prominent enamel foldings.
Giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis) are browsing ruminants in the family Bovidae [1].
The gayal belongs to the family Bovidae, tribe Bovini, group Bovina, genus Bos and species Bos frontalis.
African antelopes are all bovids of the family Bovidae, and thus unlike their American counterparts, don't shed their horns during the non-breeding season.
Five of the 20 samples tested were donkey-hide gelatins, belonging to the family Equidae, six samples were bovine-hide gelatins belonging to the family Bovidae, three samples were porcine-hide gelatins belonging to the family Suidae, three samples were deerhorn gelatins belonging to the family Cervidae, and three samples were of Tortoise shell glue, belonging to the family Emydidae.
Foot-and-mouth disease is a contagious and sometimes fatal viral disease that affects cloven-hoofed animals, including domestic and wild species within the family Bovidae.
Foot-and-mouth disease is a contagious and sometimes fatal virus that affects cloven-hoofed animals, including domestic and wild species within the family Bovidae.
The takin (Budorcas taxicolor) is a ruminant belonging to the family Bovidae, subfamily Caprinae, genus Budorcas (Figure).
Cattle, commonly referred to as cows, are domesticated ungulates, a member of the subfamily Bovine of the family Bovidae. Cattle form an important and integral part of small agriculture land holder, and contributes to the livestock industry in terms of milk, meat and hides (McCormick, 2001).
The inclusions and exclusions among the family Bovidae can be considered in this context.
Unlike our pronghorn, nilgai are a true species of antelope (family Bovidae), which are found only in Africa and Asia and are related to species such as eland, nyala and kudu.