- zoogdier met twee paar lange, steeds aangroeiende snijtanden om voedsel fijn te knagen
- relatively small placental mammals having a single pair of constantly growing incisor teeth specialized for gnawing
- water rat
- new world mouse
- florida water rat
- cotton rat
- wood rat
- jumping mouse
- prairie dog
- aplodontia rufa
- dolichotis patagonum
- cuniculus paca
- mountain paca
- mountain chinchilla
- mole rat
- mole rat
- sand rat
- The Great Jerboa is a species of rodent.
- Without a doubt the rodent best adapted to living in rivers and marshlands is the beaver.
- Even if a hedgehog, a mole, an otter, a rabbit or an opossum look like a rodent, they aren't.
- rodent dominant lethal mutation test;
- Standard lifetime rodent carcinogenicity studies shall not be required.
- Wood sticks for chewing and gnawing may be considered for enrichment for all rodent species.
- The relative humidity in rodent facilities should be kept at 45 to 65 %.
- A container must be available to store litter and must be bird and rodent proof.
- With appropriate scientific justification, carcinogenicity studies may be carried out in one rodent species, preferably the rat.
- Many rodent species attempt to divide up their own enclosures into areas for feeding, resting, urination and food storage.
- Avoid insect, bird and rodent infestation during transport by the use of insect- and rodent-proof containers and other appropriate methods and, if necessary, by applying insect- and rodent-repellent chemical treatments if they are approved for the intended end use of the grain.
- The competent authority shall ensure that the ratites are isolated in rodent-proof, tick-free surroundings for at least 21 days prior to export.
- were placed in isolation in tick-proofed surroundings under an officially approved programme for rodent control for at least 14 days prior to slaughter;
- Gerbils need comparatively more space than other rodent species in order to allow them to build and/or use burrows of sufficient size.
- Sub-chronic toxicity study (90-day), one species, rodent, male and female, most appropriate route of administration, having regard to the likely route of human exposure.