Cricetulus

Cricetulus is a genus of rodent in the family Cricetidae (voles and hamsters). It has seven member species. They inhabit arid or semi-arid regions in Eurasia. They tend to be more ratlike in appearance than typical hamsters, hence the common name `ratlike hamster.` Members of the genera Allocricetulus, Tscherskia, and Cansumys are often called r.....
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cricetulus

A genus of the family muridae consisting of eleven species. C. Migratorius, the grey or armenian hamster, and c. Griseus, the chinese hamster, are the two species used in biomedical research. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Cricetulus

Type: Term Pronunciation: kri-sē′tyū-lŭs Definitions: 1. One of four genera of hamsters; Cricetulus griseus, the striped hamster native to Europe and Asia, is a reservoir for visceral leishmaniasis.
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