Definition of Agoutis

1. Noun. (plural of agouti) ¹



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Definition of Agoutis

1. agouti [n] - See also: agouti

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agoutis

agoraphobes
agoraphobia
agoraphobias
agoraphobic
agoraphobics
agoras
agorot
agoroth
agostic
agouara
agouaras
agouta
agoutas
agouti
agouties
agoutis (current term)
agouty
agpaite
agpaites
agpaitic
agrace
agraced
agracing
agrafe
agrafes
agraff
agraffe
agraffes
agrammatica
agrammatism

Literary usage of Agoutis

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1. Genetic Studies on a Cavy Species Cross by John Adolph Detlefsen (1914)
"A departure of 6 individuals is explicable by the law of chance.1 HETEROZYGOUS agoutis MATED INTER SE. The matings of female hybrids, heterozygous in agouti ..."

2. A Voyage Up the River Amazon: Including a Residence at Pará by William Henry Edwards (1847)
"... plants—Wild hogs, or Peccaries—Traps—agoutis—Pacas—Squirrels—Birds—Chapel and singing of the blacks—Andiroba oil. ..."

3. Heredity in Relation to Evolution and Animal Breeding by William Ernest Castle (1911)
"In fact, however, agoutis are produced much oftener. Approximately nine out of sixteen of the young have been found to be agoutis. The unexpected excess of ..."

4. Report by American Genetic Association (1907)
"Thus, in one experiment, there was employed an agouti of the formula AB-AR (which gave only reds and agoutis in crosses with red), but the agoutis so ..."

5. Studies of Inheritance in Guinea-pigs and Rats by William Ernest Castle, Sewall Wright (1916)
"In common with the silver agoutis they had no yellow in their fur. The ticking and spotting of silver agoutis was of white, as was also the spotting of the ..."

6. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1866)
"The most prominent zoological characters of the agoutis are found in the nature and ... Though the agoutis use their fore-paws as hands to hold their food ..."

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