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Definition of Pantherine

Pantherine
Pantherine Pan"ther*ine, a. Like a panther, esp. in color; as, the pantherine snake (Ptyas mucosus) of Brazil.

Meaning of Pantherine from wikipedia

- Muscimol (also known as agarin or pantherine) is one of the prin****l psychoactive constituents of Amanita muscaria and related species of mushroom. Muscimol...
- on 2011-07-07. Yu, L.; Zhang, Y. P. (2005). "Phylogenetic studies of pantherine cats (Felidae) based on multiple genes, with novel application of nuclear...
- Panthera zdanskyi, also known as the Longdan tiger, is an extinct pantherine species that is seen as a close relative of the modern tiger. Fossils were...
- aggressive motivation. They can purr during both phases of respiration, though pantherine cats seem to purr only during oestrus and co****tion, and as cubs when...
- as the "North American lion", or "American cave lion", is an extinct pantherine cat that lived in North America during the Pleistocene epoch and the early...
- Christiansen, P.; Kitchener, A.C.; Goswami, A. (2011). "Oldest known pantherine skull and evolution of the tiger". PLOS ONE. 6 (10): e25483. Bibcode:2011PLoSO...
- Southeast Asia during the Miocene. Genetic studies indicate that the pantherine cats diverged from the subfamily Felinae between six and ten million years...
- namely tiger, lion, jaguar, leopard, and snow leopard, as well as the non-pantherine cheetah and cougar. Except for the latter three, these species are able...
- the conical-toothed cats. The conical toothed cats are divided into the pantherine cats, which include the big cats of genus Panthera and the clouded leopards...
- evolution of mitochondrial 12S RNA and cytochrome b sequences in the pantherine lineage of Felidae". Molecular Biology and Evolution. 12 (4): 690–707...
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