male phallus in mice of the genus Peromyscus. by Emmet Thurman Hooper

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SeriesMiscellaneous publications, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan,, no. 105
LC ClassificationsQL737.R6 H763
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Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
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HOOPER ANN ARBOR MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hooper, Emmet Thurman, Male phallus in mice of the genus Peromyscus. Ann Arbor, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Peromyscus is a genus of are commonly referred to as deermice.

They are New World mice only distantly related to the common house and laboratory mouse, Mus this relative, Peromyscus species are distinguished by relatively larger eyes, and also often two-tone coloring, with darker colors over the dorsum (back), and white abdominal and limb : Mammalia.

The California mouse (Peromyscus californicus) is a species of rodent in the subfamily Neotominae in the family is the only species in the Peromyscus californicus species group.

It is found in northwestern Mexico and central to southern is the largest Peromyscus species in the United States. While most rodents are polygamous, the California mouse is monogamous and Class: Mammalia.

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Facts about the genus Peromyscus, the deer mice and white-footed mice. Biology: White-footed mice are nocturnal. Description Deer mice are small, native rodents 5 to 8 inches ( White-footed mice are found throughout the eastern and midwestern U.

lectively, the genus is often referred to as deer mice or white-footed mice (Salmon ). In this review, we will refer to them as deer mice and will mainly include infor-mation on the two most widespread species, as they have been the most-studied species of deer mice.

Deer mice are quite variable in size, but generally areCited by: 4. DENTAL PATTERNS IN MICE OF THE GENUS PEROMYSCUS* INTRODUCTION TEETH are important in mammalian systematics. Generally complex in structure and variously adapted to an array of foods and feeding habits, they are rich in taxonomic characters.

Moreover, they are comparatively common in the fossil record and thereby are a principal source of much.

Peromyscus furvus Allen and Chapman, is a cricetid rodent commonly called the blackish deermouse because of its characteristically dark pelage coloration. It is 1 of 56 species in the genus Peromyscus and is of large size compared with the majority of its congeners.

Its distribution is restricted to moderate- to high-elevation cloud forests along the eastern slopes of the Sierra Madre Author: Duke S.

Rogers, James A. Skoy. Peromyscus maniculatus is a rodent native to North is most commonly called the deer mouse, although that name is common to most species of Peromyscus, and thus is often called the North American deermouse and is fairly widespread across the continent, with the major exception being the southeast United States and the far : Cricetidae.

Peromyscus perfulvus Osgood,is a medium-sized rodent with the English name of tawny deermouse. It is 1 of 56 species in the genus Peromyscus and has upperparts of. Reproductive tactics of deer mice of the genus Peromyscus Article in Canadian Journal of Zoology 62(12) February with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Introduction. Peromyscus is a genus of small North American rodents known colloquially as deer mice (Emmons, ).When the first Peromyscus specimens were shipped to European systematicists in the late 18th century, their resemblance to the local wood mouse prompted the designation Mus sylvaticus (Hooper, ).At the time, little was known of the diversity of rodents Cited by: Synonyms for genus Peromyscus in Free Thesaurus.

Antonyms for genus Peromyscus. 1 synonym for genus Peromyscus: Peromyscus. What are synonyms for genus Peromyscus. Peromyscus perfulvusOsgood,is a medium-sized rodent with the English name of tawny is 1 of 56 species in the genus Peromyscus and has upperparts of bright cinnamon rufous along with creamy white underparts.

This Mexican endemic is distributed from coastal lowlands of Jalisco and Colima to the interior of Michoacan, northernmost Guerrero, and the southwestern corner Cited by: 3.

genus Peromyscus: 1 n New World wood mice Synonyms: Peromyscus Type of: mammal genus a genus of mammals. Define genus Peromyscus. genus Peromyscus synonyms, genus Peromyscus pronunciation, genus Peromyscus translation, English dictionary definition of genus Peromyscus.

English dictionary definition of genus Peromyscus. Noun 1. genus Peromyscus - New World wood mice Peromyscus mammal genus - a genus of mammals Cricetidae, family Cricetidae.

Revision of the mice of the American genus Peromyscus Item Preview remove-circle Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Includes bibliographical references and index This isn't Osgood's book on the Peromyscus.

All of the links connect with 'Numbers and Pages:   Peromyscus is a genus of small North American rodents known colloquially as deer mice (Emmons, ).When the first Peromyscus specimens were shipped to European systematicists in the late 18th century, their resemblance to the local wood mouse prompted the designation Mus sylvaticus (Hooper, ).At the time, little was known of the diversity of rodents worldwide and most were Cited by: Here we determine the genes or genomic regions underlying particular male reproductive traits—sperm development and morphology, age to male sexual maturity, and segregation distortion—that were likely shaped by post-copulatory sexual selection in the ancestors of.

Peromyscus in Mammal Species of the World. Wilson, Don E. & Reeder, DeeAnn M. (Editors) Mammal Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference.

Third edition. ISBN Peromyscus Gloger, Report on ITIS; Vernacular names. Rodents of the genus Peromyscus have become increasingly utilized models for investigations into adaptive biology.

This genus is particularly powerful for research linking genetics with adaptive physiology or behaviors, and recent research has capitalized on the unique opportunities afforded by the ecological diversity of these rodents. Well characterized genomic and transcriptomic Cited by: 4.

Abstract. The genus Peromyscus includes approximately 40 species of mice native to Central and North America. The considerable information regarding the ecology, ontogeny, psychology, endocrinology, etc.

which has accumulated for various species in the genus has recently been reviewed (King, ).Author: David I. Rasmussen. We tested mice from seven Peromyscus species (eight subspecies), all acquired from the Peromyscus Genetic Stock Center (University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, U.S.A.).

Each strain was descended from wild-caught ancestors that were bred in the laboratory for 13–58 years (depending on strain) without exposure to natural environments ().Before testing, we housed mice in × cm Cited by:   Although laboratory-reared species of the genus Peromyscus - including deer mice - are used as model animals in a wide range of research, routine manipulation of Peromyscus embryogenesis and reproduction has been lagging.

The objective of the present study was to optimize conditions for oocyte/embryo retrieval and for in vitro culturing. On average, oocytes per mouse were recovered Cited by: The evolution of social and reproductive monogamy in Peromyscus: evidence from Peromyscus californicus (the California mouse) David.

Ribble. INTRODUCTION The genus. PeTmnyscus (deer mice) is an attractive group in which to study the evolution of social and mating be­ haviours. This genus includes over 50 species (Carleton, ) that Cited by: Few Peromyscus spp. mice live longer than 6 months in the wild, but individuals may live up to years in captivity.

PREFERRED HABITAT: Vegetation in brush deermouse habitats may vary from location to location, but brush deermice are consistently captured in areas with medium to high densities of shrubs and tree cover under 16 feet (5 m) in. Peromyscus Gloger, – Deer Mice, White-footed Mice Species Peromyscus leucopus (Rafinesque, ) – souris à pattes blanches, White-footed Deermouse, White-footed MouseBiological classification: Species.

Mice of the genus Peromyscus provide a rare opportunity to combine laboratory studies with natural genetic variation found in present-day wild populations. Research on this genus has been widespread across so many disciplines that the genus has aptly been referred to as “The Drosophila of North American Mammalogy” (Musser and Carleton ).

Peromyscus boylii (Baird, ), the brush deermouse, is a common cricetid rodent in the southwestern United States and is a member of the Peromyscus boylii species group and has had a complicated taxonomic history because many former subspecies have been elevated to species. It is a medium-sized Peromyscus with small ears and a long, slightly bicolored and slightly haired tail Cited by: Seeds of Doubt: Feeding Preferences of White-footed Deer Mice (Peromyscus leucopus noveboracensis) and Woodland Deer Mice (Peromyscus maniculatus gracilis) on Maple (genus Acer) Seeds MJ Cramer University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center and Department of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana Peromyscus Gloger, – Deer Mice, White-footed Mice Species Peromyscus maniculatus (Wagner, ) – Ratón norteamericano, souris sylvestre, Deer Mouse, North American DeermouseBiological classification: Species.

Peromyscus definition is - a genus of rodents (family Cricetidae) comprising the white-footed mice of North America. Peromyscus sp.—Deer Mice. Identification of deer mice to only the generic level is of little value (one species or another occurs almost everywhere), but site records are given here for the sake of completeness.

Sites. Late Blancan: Curtis Ranch (Lindsay ); Tecopa Lake Bed. Peromyscus arboreus Gloger, (= Mus leucopus Rafinesque, ). Comments: Reithrodontomyini. The Drosophila of North American mammalogy—the alpha-level classification of the genus has been revised three times (Osgood, ; Hooper, ; Carleton, ) and its biology and evolution have been twice monographed (King.

Key words: cytochrome-b gene, Peromyscus, phylogeny, species group, systematics Aside from Mus and Rattus, more is known about the biol-ogy of deer mice, genus Peromyscus (Neotominae—Musser and Carleton ), than any other group of small mammals (King ; Kirkland and.

The white-footed mouse is often misidentified as a deer mouse (Peromycsus maniculatus) as it closely resembles it in both size and coloration although deer mice tend to have a more distinctive separation of fur colors.

White-footed mice have excellent homing instincts, and can find their way back home from over 2 miles away. Cohen et al. (), Accelerated wound repair in old deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) and white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) [ ] Wootton (), The effects of body mass, phylogeny, habitat, and trophic level on mammalian age at first reproduction.

Abstract. In the classification system of Hall and Kelson [5], the genus Peromyscus consists of five subgenera.

One of the subgenera is Ochrotomys, which contains a monotypic species O. nuttalli (the golden mouse). Several mammalogists [2, 6, 9], using different morphological criteria, considered that Ochrotomys should be separated from Peromyscus as an independent : L.

Vidal-Rioja, T. Hsu. An Peromyscus maniculatus in uska species han Rodentia nga syahan ginhulagway ni Wagner hadton An Peromyscus maniculatus in nahilalakip ha genus nga Peromyscus, ngan familia nga muridae.

Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. ; ; Mga sumpay ha gawasGinhadi-an: Animalia. Peromyscus maniculatus synonyms, Peromyscus maniculatus pronunciation, Peromyscus maniculatus translation, English dictionary definition of Peromyscus maniculatus.

Noun 1. Peromyscus maniculatus - brownish New World mouse; most widely distributed member of the genus deer mouse genus Peromyscus, Peromyscus - New World.IUCN: Peromyscus maniculatus (Wagner, ) (old web site) (Least Concern) Media in category " Peromyscus maniculatus " The following 20 files are in this category, out of 20 total.Peromyscus maniculatus is called a deer mouse because the coloring of its fur resembles that of a deer, having dark on the dorsal surface, and white on the legs and underside.

Its tails are also dark on top and white underneath, similar to that of a deer’s tail. The scientific .

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