jungle fowl

NOUN
  1. small Asiatic wild bird; believed to be ancestral to domestic fowl
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How To Use jungle fowl In A Sentence

  • But the population of bird species such as rosefinches, spotted doves and grey jungle fowl did go up during the flowering.
  • We should recognise it as the noble jungle fowl that, in the deepest recesses of its genetic code, it still is. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two individuals were included from broiler sire line B, brown-egg-layer line D, broiler dam line D, Icelandic landrace, and captive red jungle fowl G. g. gallus.
  • We should recognise it as the noble jungle fowl that, in the deepest recesses of its genetic code, it still is. Times, Sunday Times
  • We should recognise it as the noble jungle fowl that, in the deepest recesses of its genetic code, it still is. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pheasants, peafowl, argus pheasants, peacock pheasants, and jungle fowl (ancestor of the domestic chicken) are all related.
  • Red Jungle Fowl are the progenitors of the bewildering variety of domestic fowl.
  • The red jungle fowl is the ancestor of the domestic chicken.
  • We have recently confirmed this assignment by linkage analysis using our intercross between the red jungle fowl and the White Leghorn chicken.
  • The red jungle fowl is the ancestor of the domestic chicken.
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