Five Siwaliks genera of order Artiodactyla
and family Giraffidae namely Progiraffa, Giraffokeryx, Giraffa, Bramatherium and Sivatherium are included in the present study of EH for the prediction of climatic variations and ecological disturbances of the Neogene and Quaternary Siwaliks.
Antilocapridae is a family within the order Artiodactyla
which is currently represented by only one species of pronghorn, Antilocapra americana, distributed from southern Canada to northern Mexico (O'Gara, 1978).
97 EARLY EVOLUTION, DIVERSIFICATION, AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF THE SUBORDERS CONSTITUTING THE MAMMALIAN ORDER ARTIODACTYLA
Phylogenetic analysis of VP1, VP2, NSP2, and NSP3 demonstrated that V585 clustered with genes of rotaviruses identified in the mammalian order Artiodactyla
(bovine, ovine, and camelid) and human strains derived from zoonotic infections (Figure 2, Appendix, panels A, B, F, G, wwwnc.cdc.gov/EID/article/19/8/12-1653-F2.htm).
Between the 19 species of mammals bred, 47% belong to the order Artiodactyla
and 26% belong to the order Primates--especially the family Callithrichidae, bred exclusively by the commercial breeders for sale as pets.
Cervids are a group of animals that belong to the order Artiodactyla
and the family Cervidae is distributed worldwide in a variety of biomes, although they are becoming rare in several areas of natural occurrence (MARQUES et al., 2007).
ALL MOOSE OF North America and Europe belong to the scientific order Artiodactyla
, which designates even-toed mammals, and the family Cervidae, which includes all deer.
No documentation of grain overload in moose was found, though moose might be especially vulnerable to this condition as their mean retention time for digestion is the longest documented for cervids, and is surpassed by only 1 member of the order Artiodactyla
, the Asian water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis; Stevens 1998).
It belongs to the Mammal Class, Order Artiodactyla
, Family Cervidae.
Even-toed ungulates belong to the order Artiodactyla
. Pigs are nonruminant Artiodactyla.
The group focused on whales and members of the order Artiodactyla
, the group that paleontologists in recent years have considered whales' closest living relatives.