Metabolism of Gerbillus pyramidum

Abstract

THE genus Gerbillus comprises about thirty species which are distributed throughout Africa. G. pyramidum or the greater Egyptian gerbil, as it is also called, is found in Arabia, across North Africa to Morocco on the west and down eastern Africa through the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan to Kenya and Tanganyika1.

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ROBINSON, P., HENRICKSON, R. Metabolism of Gerbillus pyramidum . Nature 190, 637–638 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/190637b0

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