Order : Rodentia
Suborder : Sciurognathi
Family : Muridae
Subfamily : Sigmodontinae
Genus : Scotinomys
Facts about the genus Scotinomys, the brown mice
Probability, P = number of observations / total number of observations or, to put it another way: P = number of specific outcomes / total number of possible outcomes The simplest way to understand probabilities is through proportional frequency: Example: In a group of mice there are 200 white mice and 50 brown mice: The proportional frequency of brown mice is 50/250 = 1/5 = 0.
- Two brown mice are put in a box.
01834 a 2 sample t test Ho: Mean times of White and Brown mice are the same Ha: Mean time of White Mice is greater than Brown Mice (one sided test) P value = .
Brown A recessive gene: The coat of Brown mice is actually a more yellowish orange, with the ears, tail and soles of the feet being brown.
Large Brown Mice are luxury milk chocolate shapes, that will melt in your mouth, they are smooth and creamy.
Little Gray Mice and Little Brown Mice are on very friendly terms.
The exact probability of observing 11 black and 5 brown mice is calculated as [N!
There is also a 1/2 chance that the F1 mouse is Bb, if that is so the probability of getting a four brown mice is (1/2)4, just as in P(B/A).
Top left is the egg donor (black mouse); Top right is the nucleus donor (brown mouse to be cloned); While middle is the surrogate mother; and the two bottom brown mice are the clones. (Full text)
Robert discovered that when brown mice are "sent to the ovens" they give off an orange colored smoke, thus making it easier to differentiate them from white mice which give off magenta colored smoke, under the same laboratory controlled conditions. (Full text)
Indeed the only difference is that the hairs which occur outside and around the ears of nonagouti brown mice are yellowish in a/a;b/b;C/C animals but much lighter in the corresponding cch/cch and cch/ce genotypes ( Grüneberg, 1952). (Full text)
This catalytic activity of Tyrp1 promotes the oxidation and polymerization of DHICA monomers into melanin, and in fact, melanins in the hair of brown mice are significantly less polymerized than those in black mice (18, 19). (Full text)
Tyr catalytic function in the skin of brown mice is only 80% that found in the skin of black mice (36), and melanin content of brown mouse hair is only 30-35% that found in black mouse hair (19, 36). (Full text)