Definition of Ruminantia. Meaning of Ruminantia. Synonyms of Ruminantia

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Definition of Ruminantia

Ruminantia
Ruminantia Ru`mi*nan"ti*a, n. pl. [NL.] (Zo["o]l.) A division of Artiodactyla having four stomachs. This division includes the camels, deer, antelopes, goats, sheep, neat cattle, and allies.

Meaning of Ruminantia from wikipedia

- Ruminantia is a taxon within the order Artiodactyla that includes many of the well-known large grazing or browsing mammals: among them cattle, goats, sheep...
- fermentation, though this is not entirely certain. Taxonomically, the suborder Ruminantia (also known as ruminants) is a lineage of herbivorous artiodactyls that...
- Ziphidae: beaked whales (22 species) Clade Ruminantiamorpha Suborder Ruminantia Infraorder Tragulina Family †Amphimerycidae Family †Prodremotheriidae...
- are an infraorder of even-toed hoofed mammals with ruminant digestion (Ruminantia, a clade within the Artiodactyla). Most members of Pecora have cranial...
- Cetacodontamorpha (or Whippomorpha) and their closest living relatives, the Ruminantia. Order Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates) Tylopoda (camelids) Artiofabula...
- African and Asian forests are separate families within the ruminant clade (Ruminantia). They are no more closely related to deer than are other even-toed ungulates...
- porpoises. The common ancestor of hippos and whales branched off from Ruminantia and the rest of the even-toed ungulates; the cetacean and hippo lineages...
- The Gelocidae are an extinct group of hornless ruminantia that are estimated to have lived during the Eocene and Oligocene epochs, from 36 MYA to 6 MYA...
- Douzery EJ (April 2003). "Molecular and morphological phylogenies of ruminantia and the alternative position of the moschidae". Systematic Biology. 52...
- Douzery, E. J. P. (2003). "Molecular and morphological phylogenies of Ruminantia and the alternative position of the Moschidae". Systematic Biology. 52...
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