Membranous appendage of fish and other aquatic organisms used for locomotion or balance.
The species Balaenoptera physalus, in the family Balaenopteridae, characterized by a large, strongly curved, dorsal fin. It is the second largest of the WHALES, highly migratory, but rarely seen near the shore.
Organs and other anatomical structures of non-human vertebrate and invertebrate animals.
An activity in which the body is propelled through water by specific movement of the arms and/or the legs. Swimming as propulsion through water by the movement of limbs, tail, or fins of animals is often studied as a form of PHYSICAL EXERTION or endurance.
The most diversified of all fish orders and the largest vertebrate order. It includes many of the commonly known fish such as porgies, croakers, sunfishes, dolphin fish, mackerels, TUNA, etc.
An exotic species of the family CYPRINIDAE, originally from Asia, that has been introduced in North America. They are used in embryological studies and to study the effects of certain chemicals on development.
The farthest or outermost projections of the body, such as the HAND and FOOT.
The use of animals as investigational subjects.
The moral and ethical bases of the protection of animals from cruelty and abuse. The rights are extended to domestic animals, laboratory animals, and wild animals.
The protection of animals in laboratories or other specific environments by promoting their health through better nutrition, housing, and care.
Institutional committees established to protect the welfare of animals used in research and education. The 1971 NIH Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals introduced the policy that institutions using warm-blooded animals in projects supported by NIH grants either be accredited by a recognized professional laboratory animal accrediting body or establish its own committee to evaluate animal care; the Public Health Service adopted a policy in 1979 requiring such committees; and the 1985 amendments to the Animal Welfare Act mandate review and approval of federally funded research with animals by a formally designated Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).
The science and technology dealing with the procurement, breeding, care, health, and selection of animals used in biomedical research and testing.
Facilities which provide information concerning poisons and treatment of poisoning in emergencies.
Chemical or physical agents that protect the skin from sunburn and erythema by absorbing or blocking ultraviolet radiation.
High temperature weather exceeding the average and of several weeks duration. Extreme heat is a dangerous situation that can bring on health emergencies in susceptible people.
A condition or physical state produced by the ingestion, injection, inhalation of or exposure to a deleterious agent.
An injury to the skin causing erythema, tenderness, and sometimes blistering and resulting from excessive exposure to the sun. The reaction is produced by the ultraviolet radiation in sunlight.
Fabric or other material used to cover the body.
The outer covering of the body that protects it from the environment. It is composed of the DERMIS and the EPIDERMIS.
Method of making images on a sensitized surface by exposure to light or other radiant energy.
Single or multi-sheet notices made to attract attention to events, activities, causes, goods, or services. They are for display, usually in a public place and are chiefly pictorial.
A technique for visualizing CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS using fluorescently labeled DNA probes which are hybridized to chromosomal DNA. Multiple fluorochromes may be attached to the probes. Upon hybridization, this produces a multicolored, or painted, effect with a unique color at each site of hybridization. This technique may also be used to identify cross-species homology by labeling probes from one species for hybridization with chromosomes from another species.
An ancient city, the site of modern Istanbul. From the 4th to 15th centuries the empire extended from southeastern Europe to western Asia, reaching its greatest extent under Justinian (527-565). By about 1000 A.D. it comprised the southern Balkans, Greece, Asia Minor, and parts of southern Italy. The capture of Constantinople in 1453 marked the formal end of the Byzantine Empire. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988)
Movement or the ability to move from one place or another. It can refer to humans, vertebrate or invertebrate animals, and microorganisms.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Large, long-tailed reptiles, including caimans, of the order Loricata.
A group of cold-blooded, aquatic vertebrates having gills, fins, a cartilaginous or bony endoskeleton, and elongated bodies covered with scales.
Systems that provide all or most of the items necessary for maintaining life and health. Provisions are made for the supplying of oxygen, food, water, temperature and pressure control, disposition of carbon dioxide and body waste. The milieu may be a spacecraft, a submarine, or the surface of the moon. In medical care, usually under hospital conditions, LIFE SUPPORT CARE is available. (From Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary)
Common name for various species of large, vigorous ocean fishes in the family Scombridae.
Mammals of the families Delphinidae (ocean dolphins), Iniidae, Lipotidae, Pontoporiidae, and Platanistidae (all river dolphins). Among the most well-known species are the BOTTLE-NOSED DOLPHIN and the KILLER WHALE (a dolphin). The common name dolphin is applied to small cetaceans having a beaklike snout and a slender, streamlined body, whereas PORPOISES are small cetaceans with a blunt snout and rather stocky body. (From Walker's Mammals of the World, 5th ed, pp978-9)
Small encapsulated gas bubbles (diameters of micrometers) that can be used as CONTRAST MEDIA, and in other diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Upon exposure to sufficiently intense ultrasound, microbubbles will cavitate, rupture, disappear, release gas content. Such characteristics of the microbubbles can be used to enhance diagnostic tests, dissolve blood clots, and deliver drugs or genes for therapy.
The species Tursiops truncatus, in the family Delphinidae, characterized by a bottle-shaped beak and slightly hooked broad dorsal fin.

Genetics of species differences in sailfin and shortfin mollies. (1/139)

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Small RNAs have a big impact on regeneration. (2/139)

A number of lower vertebrates including urodele amphibians and teleost fish are remarkably adept at repairing and regenerating damaged tissues and organs. Freshwater planarians are even more amazing, capable of regenerating entire body plans from small amputated fragments. In contrast, mammalian regenerative capacity is quite limited but of intense interest, especially related to human health and disease. For those organisms capable of robust regeneration, a common theme is the use of stem cells to replace complex tissues. Key questions remain as to the origin of these cells, whether there are pools of such cells that migrate to injured regions or whether they are generated on site. Beyond their origin, how are the genetic pathways that enable differentiation into multiple cell types and tissues regulated? microRNAs (miRNAs) are small noncoding RNAs that have recently been shown to play important roles in controlling stem cell self-renewal, proliferation and differentiation. Some of these are thought to be required to maintain "stemness". Here, we summarize recent work on the role of miRNAs in stem cells and their roles during regeneration.  (+info)

Pathological study on the scuticociliatosis affecting farmed Japanese flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) in Japan. (3/139)

Pathological findings associated with scuticociliatosis in farmed Japanese flounder in Japan are described. Ten moribund fishes, farmed in Tottori Prefectural Fisheries Experimental Station, showed cutaneous ulcers, darkened skin, fin and tail rot, exophthalmia and alterations in swimming behaviour. Histopathologically, severe epidermal degeneration and necrosis, hyperplasia of branchial epithelium, myositis, myelitis, encephalitis associated with heavy accumulation of scuticociliates in the periorbital cavity and optic nerve fiber were observed. Moreover, masses of ciliates were found to feed on the host tissues such as skeletal muscles, gills and brain, causing severe degenerative changes associated with abundant neutrophilic and lymphocytic infiltration. These findings suggest that the present scuticociliate, Miamiensis avidus, is a highly invasive and destructive pathogen infecting Japanese flounder and capable of developing systemic fatal infection.  (+info)

Zebrafish sp7:EGFP: a transgenic for studying otic vesicle formation, skeletogenesis, and bone regeneration. (4/139)

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Entraining in trout: a behavioural and hydrodynamic analysis. (5/139)

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Limb regeneration is impaired in an adult zebrafish model of diabetes mellitus. (6/139)

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Zebrafish fin immune responses during high mortality infections with viral haemorrhagic septicemia rhabdovirus. A proteomic and transcriptomic approach. (7/139)

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Male mate choice scales female ornament allometry in a cichlid fish. (8/139)

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Zebrafish have the capacity to regenerate several organs, including the heart and fins. Fin regeneration is epimorphic, involving the formation at the amputation plane of a mass of undifferentiated, proliferating mesenchymal progenitor-like cells, called blastema. This tissue provides all the cell types that form the fin, so that after damage or amputation the fin pattern and structure are fully restored. How blastema cells remain in this progenitor-like state is poorly understood. Here, we show that the Notch pathway plays an essential role during fin regeneration. Notch signalling is activated during blastema formation and remains active throughout the regeneration process. Chemical inhibition or morpholino-mediated knockdown of Notch signalling impairs fin regeneration via decreased proliferation accompanied by reduced expression of Notch target genes in the blastema. Conversely, overexpression of a constitutively active form of the Notch1 receptor (N1ICD) in the regenerating fin leads to ...
I have written before about the origins of shark fin soup, however it is worth re-capping slightly: The cartilage in the fins is usually shredded and used primarily to provide texture and thickening to shark fin soup, a traditional Chinese soup or broth dating back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279). The dish is considered a luxury item embodying notions of hospitality, status and good fortune.. The origin of the dish can be traced to the Emperor Taizu of the Northern Song, who reigned from 960-976. It is said that he established shark fin soup to showcase his power, wealth and generosity. The dishs popularity increased during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) as a result of an admiral of the imperial navy; Zheng He, who commanded expeditionary voyages around Asia and East Africa from 1405-1433, bringing back fins that fishermen had discarded. From this point onwards shark fin soup became an established dish and by the time of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) was in high demand.. It is not surprising that ...
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Pectoral fins are one of the major features of locomotor design in ray-finned fishes and exhibit a well-documented phylogenetic transition from basal to derived clades. In percomorph fishes, the pectoral fins are often used to generate propulsive force via oscillatory movements, and pectoral fin propulsion in this relatively derived clade has been analyzed extensively. However, in the plesiomorphic pectoral fin condition, exemplified by sturgeon, pectoral fins extend laterally from the body in a generally horizontal orientation, have been assumed to generate lift to balance lift forces and moments produced by the heterocercal tail, and are not oscillated to generate propulsive force. The proposal that pectoral fins in fishes such as sturgeon generate lift during horizontal locomotion has never been tested experimentally in freely swimming fishes. In this paper, we examine the function of pectoral fins in sturgeon swimming at speeds from 0.5-3.0 Ls-1, where L is total body length. Sturgeon were studied
In stock options sea-ranching and enhancement procedures, the adipose fin of vast sums of salmonids is taken out for marking purposes annually. the welfare of salmonid fish than assumed previously. (Walbaum, 1792), Atlantic salmon L., and maraena whitefish (Bloch, 1779) are farmed in aquaculture services all around the globe [1]. Their common quality may be the adipose fin, which can be found for the dorsal midline between caudal and dorsal fin, although a complete of 6000 varieties from eight purchases from the Teleostei all have an adipose fin [2]. Many artificially bred juvenile salmonids are released into sea-ranching methods every single complete year to create 4.4 million a great deal of top-class food fish [3]. Furthermore, vast amounts of salmonids are released in stock-enhancement or restocking tasks [4]. Many of these pets are tagged to monitor the achievement of these studies or indicate possession relations [5] also to determine escapees from aquaculture farms. Those are believed as ...
Sexually dimorphic breeding tubercles (BTs) are keratinized epidermal structures that form clusters on the dorsal surface of the anterior rays of zebrafish male pectoral fins. BTs appear during sexual maturation and are maintained through regular shedding and renewal of the keratinized surface. Following pectoral fin amputation, BT clusters regenerate after the initiation of revascularization, but concomitantly with a second wave of angiogenesis. This second wave of regeneration forms a web-like blood vessel network that penetrates the supportive epidermis of BTs. Upon analyzing the effects of sex steroids and their inhibitors, we show that androgens induce and estrogens inhibit BT cluster formation in intact and regenerating pectoral fins. Androgen-induced BT formation in females is accompanied by the formation of a male-like blood vessel network. Treatment of females with both androgens and an angiogenesis inhibitor results in the formation of undersized BT clusters when compared with females ...
A fin is a thin component or appendage attached to a larger body or structure. Fins typically function as foils that produce lift or thrust, or provide the ability to steer or stabilize motion while traveling in water, air, or other fluid media. Fins are also used to increase surface areas for heat transfer purposes, or simply as ornamentation. Fins first evolved on fish as a means of locomotion. Fish fins are used to generate thrust and control the subsequent motion. Fish, and other aquatic animals such as cetaceans, actively propel and steer themselves with pectoral and tail fins. As they swim, they use other fins, such as dorsal and anal fins, to achieve stability and refine their maneuvering. Foil shaped fins generate thrust when moved, the lift of the fin sets water or air in motion and pushes the fin in the opposite direction. Aquatic animals get significant thrust by moving fins back and forth in water. Often the tail fin is used, but some aquatic animals generate thrust from pectoral ...
A dorsal fin is classified as a medial, unpaired fin that is located on the midline of the backs of some aquatic vertebrates. In development of the embryo in teleost fish, the dorsal fin arises from sections of the skin that from a caudal fin fold.[4] The larval development and formation of the skeleton that support the median fins in adults result in pterygiophores. The skeletal elements of the pterygiophore includes basals and radials. The basals are located at the base of the dorsal fin, and are closest to the body. The radials extend outward from the body to support the rest of the fin.[4] These elements serve as attachment sites for epaxial muscles.[5] The muscles contract and pull against the basals of the pterygiophores along one side of the body, which helps the fish move through water by providing greater stability.[5] In these types of fish, the fins are made of 2 main components.[5] The first component is the dermal fin rays known as lepidotrichia, and the endoskeletal base with ...
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Sharks are among the most threatened of marine species worldwide due to unsustainable overfishing. They are primarily killed for their fins alone, to fuel the growing demand for shark fin soup, which is an Asia delicacy. A new study by University of Miami (UM) scientists in the journal Marine Drugs has discovered high concentrations of BMAA in shark fins, a neurotoxin linked to neurodegenerative diseases in humans including Alzheimers and Lou Gehrig Disease (ALS). The study suggests that consumption of shark fin soup and cartilage pills may pose a significant health risk for degenerative brain diseases.. Shark fins are primarily derived through finning, a practice where by shark fins are removed at sea and the rest of the mutilated animal is thrown back in the water to die, said co-author Dr. Neil Hammerschlag, research assistant professor of Marine Affairs & Policy and director of the RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program (RJD) at UM. Estimates suggest that fins from as many as 70 million ...
Dorsal soft rays (total): 11; Anal soft rays: 6; Vertebrae: 31 - 32. Dorsum of head, body and paired fin bases with whitish reticulated or whitish spotted pattern; faint dark grey axial stripe covering three scale rows; skin around lateral line pores whitish; posterior part of pectoral fin with 5-7 faint annular bands; 20-21 branched pelvic fin rays; 49-54+2 lateral line scales; pelvic fin origin below dorsal fin origin; pectoral fin origin posterior to corner of mouth; pelvic fin reaching anal fin origin; small soft elevated patches of fine tubercles on first pectoral fin rays in males; tubercles on simple pectoral fin ray not enlarged; absence of cavity around mouth and absence of skin-fold between oropectoral membrane and ventral surface of head (Ref. 51729). ...
The Dlx5 and Dlx6 genes encode homeodomain transcription factors essential for the proper development of limbs in mammalian species. However, the role of their teleost counterparts in fin development has received little attention. Here, we show that dlx5a is an early marker of apical ectodermal cells of the pectoral fin buds and of the median fin fold, but also of cleithrum precursor cells during pectoral girdle development. We propose that early median fin fold establishment results from the medial convergence of dlx5a-expressing cells at the lateral edges of the neural keel. Expression analysis also shows involvement of dlx5a during appendage skeletogenesis. Using morpholino-mediated knock down, we demonstrate that disrupted dlx5a/6a function results in pectoral fin agenesis associated with misexpression of bmp4, fgf8a, and1 and msx genes. In contrast, the median fin fold presents defects in mesenchymal cell migration and actinotrichia formation, whereas the initial specification seems to occur
Sitting on the back of many fishes, in between the dorsal fin and the tail, is an enigmatic little fatty flap of skin called the adipose fin. It looks a bit like an extra dorsal fin, and though its present in eight large groups of fishes, no one knows why its there. It might help prevent flow from wrapping over the top of the fish; it might help counteract forces from the anal fin, which is in about the same place, but on the ventral side; it might be a flow sensor; or it might not do anything, persisting due to developmental constraints. Whatever the fins function, most fisheries scientists think its not terribly important, because they regularly snip it off to mark millions of hatchery fish released into the wild each year.. Thomas Reimchen and Nicola Temple at the University of Victoria in Canada devised a simple test to find out how important the adipose fin really is. They swam steelhead trout at speeds between about one and three body lengths per second, measured the tail beat ...
The anti-sharks fin campaign is crusading on in Asia Pacific as New Zealand becomes latest airline to suspend sharks fin cargo to Hong Kong.
Espinas dorsales (total): 8; Radios blandos dorsales (total): 9; Espinas anales 2; Radios blandos anales: 8. Whitish with 5 horizontal stripes (brassy to dark brown in color); dark spot at base of middle caudal fin rays; fin rays light red (Ref. 2334). Greatest depth of body 2.7-3.2 in SL (Ref. 90102). Dorsal-fin rays VII-I, 9; anal-fin rays II, 8; pectoral fin rays 14; pelvic fin rays I, 5; pored lateral line scales 24; predorsal scales 4; circumpeduncular scales 12; total gill rakers 19, developed gill rakers 14; body white colored, with five poorly defined dark brown stripes on lateral surface of body, posterior end of third stripe reaching black spot on base of caudal fin; base of caudal fin with spot subequal in size to pupil (Ref. 93839). ...
This species is the worlds longest bony fish, reaching a record length of 11 m (36 ft); however, unconfirmed specimens of up to 17 m (56 ft) have been reported.[7] It is commonly measured to 3 m (9.8 ft) in total length. The maximum recorded weight of a giant oarfish is 270 kg (600 lb).[7] Its shape is ribbonlike, narrow laterally, with a dorsal fin along its entire length from between its eyes to the tip of its tail. The fin rays are soft and may number up to 400 or more. At the head of the fish, the rays are lengthened forming a distinctive red crest. Its pectoral and pelvic fins are nearly adjacent. The pectoral fins are stubby while the pelvic fins are long, single-rayed, and reminiscent of an oar in shape, widening at the tip. Its head is small with the protrusible jaw typical of lampriformes; it has 40 to 58 gill rakers, and no teeth.[8] The organs of the giant oarfish are concentrated toward the head end of the body, possibly enabling it to survive losing large portions of its tail.[7] ...
My discus got pectoral fin stick to their body. In fact one got the left pectoral fin stick and the other the right pectoral fin. Ive also notice
TY - JOUR. T1 - Positional cloning of a temperature-sensitive mutant emmental reveals a role for Sly1 during cell proliferation in zebrafish fin regeneration. AU - Nechiporuk, Alex. AU - Poss, Kenneth D.. AU - Johnson, Stephen L.. AU - Keating, Mark T.. N1 - Funding Information: We are grateful to the members of Stephen Johnsons lab for technical advice during the mutagenesis screen. We thank Jennifer Sheppard, Janet Finney, Ann Hillam, Lindsay Wilson, Angela Sanchez, and Soo Kim for excellent fish care. We also thank the members of the Electron Microscopy core facilities at the Department of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School for help with transmission electron microscopy. K.D.P. was supported by a postdoctoral fellowship from the Helen Hay Whitney Foundation. S.L.J. was supported by NIH PO1 Grant HD39952.. PY - 2003/6/15. Y1 - 2003/6/15. N2 - Here, we used classical genetics in zebrafish to identify temperature-sensitive mutants in caudal fin regeneration. Gross morphological, histological, ...
1. A thick soup containing 10 gm of individual fin needles, a hint of crab meat and some thin slices of Chinese mushrooms. Quantitatively, the picture on the label is not representative of the contents.. 2. A light saline solution containing 180 gm of approximately 1.5 cm long fin needles in bundles.. 3. A thick soup containing 30 gm of long individual fin needles. Quantitatively, the picture on the label is not representative of the contents.. 4. A thick soup containing 20gm of individual fin needles, crab meat and chopped Chinese mushrooms. Quantitatively, the picture on the label is not representative of the contents.. 5. A light soup base containing 20gm of approximately 6-8 cm long fin needles in bundles. ...
14,000 pounds of shark fins were seized in Miami, Florida, after the boxes they were hidden in were intercepted by US government officials.
Shark fin soup will disappear from the Golden States menu in January 2013 under legislation signed into law on Friday by California Governor Jerry Brown.
California passed its ban on shark fins last year despite the protests that shark-fin soup was a traditional delicacy among people of Chinese descent. On Sunday, Illinois joined a growing number of
Dorsal spines (total): 0; Dorsal soft rays (total): 58-66; Anal spines: 0; Anal soft rays: 25 - 31; Vertebrae: 31. This species is distinguished by having the following characters: mature males with prominent bony crest in front of the head; greatest body depth in adults less than 25% of standard length; tooth patch on tongue small and oval; single dorsal fin extending from above eye almost to caudal fin with 58-66 rays; a concave anal fin extending from anus almost to caudal fin; pectoral fin more than half of head length; lateral-line scales at least 200 (Ref. 9648). Colour of body metallic blue-green on the back (fading to grey with green tinge when dead), sides silver with golden sheen, and 1 row of dark spots or golden blotches running below dorsal fin and 1, 2, or more rows on and below lateral line, some scattered irregularly; dorsal and anal fins black, the latter with a white edge; pectoral fins pale; caudal fin silvery with a golden sheen; in juveniles, only tips of caudal-fin lobes ...
Dorsal spines (total): 10 - 11; Dorsal soft rays (total): 22-24; Anal spines: 3; Anal soft rays: 6 - 7. Tubed lateral line scales 55-57; outer row of teeth in jaws slightly enlarged, movable; swim bladder with 3 short anterior projections; third or fourth dorsal spine longest, 1.8-1.9 in head; first dorsal spine 1.7-2.3 in length of second; interspinous membrane of dorsal fin not incised; pelvic fins reaching vent or slightly beyond, 1.2-1.3 in head; body light yellow dorsally, shading to pale silvery grey on sides and ventrally, with numerous small dark brown spots, which are smaller and form oblique rows on body below lateral line; head light purplish grey with numerous small dark brown spots, opercular membrane black; dorsal fin and upper 3/4 of caudal fin with small dark spots; lower 1/4 of caudal fin black; anal and pelvic fins mainly black (Ref. 44143); dorsal and caudal fins mainly yellow, caudal fin with broad black lower edge margin, caudal fin may be slightly emarginate to truncate; ...
Barbel that is attached to the distal end of the maxilla and that originates on the side of the mouth. Maxillary barbel is paired. Maxillary barbel has considerable range of motion, with contraction and protraction motivated by maxillary blood sinus. The maxillary barbel integument has taste buds. Capable of regeneration. (1 ...
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Q: Would you describe the unique physical characteristics of Tiktaalik?. A: When we look at this creature what we see is a mosaic of fish features and those we find in land living animals. Lets look at the fish parts first. There are scales like a fish; you can see they look like chain mail here. There are even scales on the fin. But the other thing that is very fish-like is that it has a fin. There is the fin. See these little bones here; those are fin-rays that you even see in fishes like salmon and trout and so forth. So it has scales and fins like a fish. Now, like land-living animals, it has a few things that are quite different. A flat head with eyes on top. It has a neck. Fish have a situation where the head is actually physically attached to the shoulder. What we have in this creature, and you can see it in the skeleton, is that you have a head that is actually separate from the shoulder, meaning that it has a neck that can move the head around. Other interesting features are that ...
Rückenflossenstacheln (insgesamt): 7; Rückenflossenweichstrahlen (insgesamt): 10-11; Afterflossenstacheln 1; Afterflossenweichstrahlen: 9 - 11. Diagnosis: snout 33-38% of head length; mouth with 2-3 rows of small, caniniform teeth; head length 24-31% of standard length; 2 fleshy processes on posterior of gill chamber, just inside gill opening; 35 or less cycloid predorsal scales, extending to vertical level of posterior part of preoperculum, predorsal scales may rarely be absent; cheeks and operculum naked; body with strongly ctenoid scales, numbering 54-66 (usually 59 to 63) in longitudinal series (including usually 3-4 scales on caudal fin base); 13-20 scales in rearward transverse series; 16-21 scales around caudal peduncle; 1st dorsal fin: VI; second dorsal fin: I,10 (rarely 11); anal fin: I,9-11 (usually 10), opposed to 2nd dorsal fin; pectoral fins: 14-17; caudal fin: 17 segmented rays (11 to 13 of which are branched); pelvic fins oval; yellowish dorsally, with several (about 14) bands ...
This species is distinguished by the following characters: body oval, deep (its depth less than 2.5 times in total length) and strongly compressed; eye surrounded by a small area of adipose tissue; snout short and blunt, lower jaw projecting somewhat beyond upper; mouth small, tip of maxillary not reaching below eye margin; teeth in jaws very small, in one row while those in the upper jaw flattened and with 3 tiny cusps; dorsal and anal fin bases very long (about equal in length), the anterior fin rays elevated, but fins not falcate, and both fins preceded by 3 short, weak, spines; caudal fin deeply forked; pectoral fins long (longer than head) and pointed; pelvic fins absent; distinct series of 17 to 25 pores along anterior half of body under the dorsal fin; lateral line high, following dorsal profile; scales small, present also on cheeks; caudal vertebrae 16 to 18; body color pale blue above, silvery below (fading after death), no spots.[3]. ...
duri punggung lunak (Keseluruhan (total)): 8-12; Sirip dubur lunak: 10 - 24. Body deep and compressed; dorsal fin origin far behind pelvic fin origin; caudal peduncle narrow; caudal fin deeply forked; snout short and point; mouth terminal; eye large; axillary process at pelvic fin base; lateral line decurved, complete wit 52-67 scales; dorsal fin with 8-12 rays (usually 10); anal fin with 10-24 rays (usually 15); intestine long; peritoneum silver; pharyngeal teeth 2,4-4,2 to 2,5-5,2. Olive-gray to brown above, clear to yellow streak above dark stripe along side; red above pectoral fin base on large individuals; clear to yellow-brown fins. Breeding males are brassy yellow, bright red along lower side (Ref. 86798). ...
الأشواك الظهرية (المجموع): 2; الأشعة الظهرية الناعمة (المجموع): 5-7; شوكة شرجية 0. Diagnosis: adipose fin rayed in adults, 1st ray forming a spine (not visible in juveniles); adipose-fin rays becoming visible at sizes of 90-100 mm SL, and the spine at 200 mm; dentition very well developed: premaxillary tooth plate broad (38-45% of head length), palatine dentition consisting of an elongate vomerine plate and of a dermo-palatine plate in young individuals (60-70 mm SL); palatine tooth plates narrow and long with much weaker dentition; nasal barbel long, reaching at least to anterior part of orbit; maxillary barbel very long, exceeding at least the anterior part of dorsal fin and often reaching to adipose fin; caudal-fin lobes marked by a dark band; cranial bones well developed; length of occipital process usually less than 1.4 times its width (Ref. 57126). ...
Locomotor strategies in terrestrial tetrapods have evolved from the utilisation of sinusoidal contractions of axial musculature, evident in ancestral fish species, to the reliance on powerful and complex limb muscles to provide propulsive force. Within tetrapods, a hindlimb-dominant locomotor strategy predominates, and its evolution is considered critical for the evident success of the tetrapod transition onto land. Here, we determine the developmental mechanisms of pelvic fin muscle formation in living fish species at critical points within the vertebrate phylogeny and reveal a stepwise modification from a primitive to a more derived mode of pelvic fin muscle formation. A distinct process generates pelvic fin muscle in bony fishes that incorporates both primitive and derived characteristics of vertebrate appendicular muscle formation. We propose that the adoption of the fully derived mode of hindlimb muscle formation from this bimodal character state is an evolutionary innovation that was ...
Shark finning is the practice of cutting off a sharks dorsal fin so that people can use it for shark fin soup or other delicacies. The sharks are often still alive while their fins are cut off with no regard to their pain. They are then tossed back into the ocean where, bleeding and in pain, they either suffocate from lack of mobility or are eaten by other sea predators.. Shark populations have been decimated by finning and many species are nearing extinction. Ecosystems are being upset by the lack of sharks in their waters and we are coming dangerously close to no longer having these beautiful creatures in continued decades.. We are calling for the Idaho State Senate to pass legislation that bans the sale, dsitribution, trade and possession of shark fins. The other West coast states have all passed legislation against shark fins, including Hawaii, Washington, Oregon and California. We want Idaho to join the West coast in becoming more compassionate, thoughtful and responsible in regards to ...
The practice of cutting the fins off of living sharks and dumping them back in the ocean is not only cruel, but it harms the health of our oceans, Brown said. Researchers estimate that some shark populations have declined by more than 90 percent, portending grave threats to our environment and commercial fishing. Shark fins are used to make shark fin soup, an expensive Chinese delicacy that is popular at special events like weddings. [...] proponents argued that shark populations are being decimated by fishing because of the valuable fins, which sell for hundreds of dollars per pound.
Sharks are among the most threatened groups of marine species. Populations are declining globally to support the growing demand for shark fin soup. Sharks are known to bioaccumulate toxins that may pose health risks to consumers of shark products. The feeding habits of sharks are varied, including fish, mammals, crustaceans and plankton. The cyanobacterial neurotoxin β-N-methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA) has been detected in species of free-living marine cyanobacteria and may bioaccumulate in the marine food web. In this study, we sampled fin clips from seven different species of sharks in South Florida to survey the occurrence of BMAA using HPLC-FD and Triple Quadrupole LC/MS/MS methods. BMAA was detected in the fins of all species examined with concentrations ranging from 144 to 1836 ng/mg wet weight. Since BMAA has been linked to neurodegenerative diseases, these results may have important relevance to human health. We suggest that consumption of shark fins may increase the risk for human exposure to the
Batoids (rays, skates, guitarfishes and sawfishes) are cartilaginous fishes characterized by dorso-ventrally flattened bodies, with expanded pectoral fins fused to the cranium that form a disc ranging in shape from round to rhomboidal (Aschliman et al., 2012; Franklin et al., 2014; Nakamura et al., 2015). Most rays and all skates use their pectoral fins to swim and can be placed into a continuum between undulatory and oscillatory, based on the number of kinematic waves present on the wing during steady locomotion (Rosenberger, 2001). Undulatory (or rajiform) locomotion is often observed in benthic species and is defined by having more than one propulsive wave present on the fin at one time, while oscillatory (or mobuliform) locomotion is most commonly observed in pelagic species and is defined by having less than a half wave present on the flapping pectoral fin disc (Rosenberger, 2001; Schaefer and Summers, 2005). The rajiform mode is specialized for efficient swimming at low speeds, because of ...
International conservation group WildAid and the Singapore Environment Council today launched a new report and public service campaign to raise the alarm that sharks continued to be slaughtered in vast numbers to supply shark fin soup. Analysis of trade data indicated that fins from between 40 to 70 million sharks are being used annually for soup.. There are currently 126 shark species (one third) classified as being at risk of extinction either critically endangered, endangered or vulnerable by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. Nine more species were added in the last few months; the scalloped hammerhead, the common and big-eyed thresher, the short-fin mako, the silky, the smooth hammerhead, the dusky, the tiger and the bull shark.. The groups stated that while many people in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan had reduced eating it due to conservation, health and animal cruelty concerns the market was vast and growing due to Chinas economic boom. A recent survey ...
I am calling on MUJI JAPAN to stop selling shark fin soup immediately due to the critical endangering of global shark populations. I am also calling on MUJI UK, MUJI USA and MUJI TAIWAN to exert whatever influence they can over the company as a whole in order to stop its involvement with the rapid decline in shark numbers.. Please sign and share this petition on behalf of, not just sharks, but all marine life including other endangered fish and whales and dolphins, because success with this campaign would set a powerful positive precedent for future ocean conservation actions in Japan.. My country desperately needs to change its approach to life in the oceans before its too late.. Thank you.. 【MUJIs Position】. ...
The shark fins, which are sold in health food stores and made into soup in Chinese restaurants, were stolen Saturday, Lt. William Davenport said. Shark cartilage is frequently sold in health food stores and is believed to improve a persons bones and cartilage.
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President Obama ate at a restaurant in San Francisco that serves shark fin soup, a delicacy that has been outlawed in California, observers said.
Joining California, Hawaii, Washington and Oregon, Illinois could become the next state to make it illegal to sell, trade or distribute shark fins if a proposed bill that was approved by the House makes it past Illinois Senate.
Dorsal fin pointed, with distal margin straight and first and second branched rays longest. Pectoral-fin profile pointed. Tip of adpressed pectoral fin falls four or five scales short of vertical through pelvic-fin origin. Pelvic fin profile pointed. Tip of adpressed pelvic fin falls one or two scales short of anus. Caudal fin forked with tips of lobes somewhat pointed. Adipose fin well developed. Anal fin emarginate with first branched ray longest and about three times length of ultimate ray. Tip of adpressed anal fin falls five or six scales short of point of origin of ventral most caudal-fin ray.. Head profile anteriorly pointed overall from lateral view, but rounded in region of mouth and snout. Upper jaw very slightly longer than lower jaw with mouth slightly subterminal or jaws equal. Nostrils very close; anterior circular to ovoid, posterior crescent-shaped with aperture closed by thin flap of skin separating nostrils. Adipose eyelid well developed and extending posteriorly onto ...
Reveal a guide to silver as a precious metal and how it is defined by its composition through a discussion about the important concepts of alloys, fineness, and karatage to explain its value. Learn about the different between different silvers and how they may appear in your favorite jewelry items.
By John Schwedes. Each year tens of millions of sharks are brutally killed for their fins. The fins are used in an Asian delicacy, shark fin soup. The shark fin has no nutritional value, is tasteless since it cartilage and is cooked until it turns gelatinous. The sharks are caught and their fins are cut off the live shark and the still living shark is thrown back into the ocean to endure a slow painful death by starvation or drowning. Currently one third of all the pelagic shark species are on the endangered species list. There has been up to a 90% decrease in population in many of the 400 different species of sharks. Sharks are a vital part of a healthy marine ecosystem, sharks feed on the sick and weak, thereby keeping the schools of fish on which they feed healthy. Sharks being apex predators reproduce slowly and produce a just a few offspring making them especially vulnerable to this devastating assault on their population ...
A smart fin for a subsonic projectile should be able to produce maneuvering force and moment that can control its rotation during flight. Piezoelectric actuator is an attractive alternative to usual hydraulic actuators due to its simplicity. The cantilever-shaped actuator can also be fully enclosed within the hollow fin. It has an end fixed to the rotation axle of the fin while the other end is pinned at the tip of the fin. A dynamic model of the system, including external moment due to aerodynamic effects, is obtained using the finite element approach. This paper presents a novel approach for automatically creating fuzzy logic controllers for the fin. This approach uses the inverse dynamics of the smart fin system to determine the ranges of the variables of the controllers. Simulation results show that the proposed controller can successfully drive smart fin under various operating conditions.
Captain Nemo Carbon Lite fins is a modified version of the well-known Capt. Nemo Carbon Fins.. The Capt. Nemo Carbon Lite fins are the lightest bi-fins made by the WaterWay. The pair of fins weight only 1,6-1,7 kg, depends on the size footpockets.. The fins length is 90cm.. ...
Here, we used classical genetics in zebrafish to identify temperature-sensitive mutants in caudal fin regeneration. Gross morphological, histological, and molecular analyses revealed that one of these strains, emmental (emm), failed to form a functional regeneration blastema. Inhibition of emm function by heat treatment during regenerative outgrowth rapidly blocked regeneration. This block was associated with reduced proliferation in the proximal blastema and expansion of the nonproliferative distal blastemal zone. Positional cloning revealed that the emm phenotype is caused by a mutation in the orthologue of yeast sly1, a gene product involved in protein trafficking. sly1 is upregulated in the newly formed blastema as well as during regenerative outgrowth. Thus, sly1 is essential for blastemal organization and proliferation during two stages of fin regeneration ...
A cementitious composition includes (i) white Portland cement having a Blaine fineness between about 350 m2/kg and about 550 m2/kg, a D90 between about 11 µm and about 50 µm, and a total combined iron oxide, manganese oxide, and chromium oxide content of less than 1.0% by weight and (ii) a light color ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) having a Blaine fineness greater than the Blaine fineness of the white Portland cement, a D90 less than the D90 of the white Portland cement, and a total combined iron oxide, manganese oxide, and chromium oxide content of less than 2.0% by weight. The cementitious composition may optionally include at least one of additional SCM, aggregate, fibers, or admixture. The cementitious composition can be a dry blend, a fresh cementitious mixture, or hardened cementitious composition. The cementitious composition can be precast concrete, stucco, GFRC, UHPC or SCC.
May 04 2018 Medium sand its fineness modulus is 3 0-2 3 the average particle size is 0 5-0 35 mm Fine sand its fineness modulus is 2 2-1 6 the average particle size is 0 35-0 25 mm Super fine sand its fineness modulus is 1 5一0 7 the average particle size is below 0 25 mm. View All ...
Fins - D1 - VII, filamentous (?); D2 - 11; pectoral 16(15-17); anal- 10; caudal segmented 17; pelvic I,5 - 5th ray unbranched, fins seperate, frenum absent, extending to anus. Head - Maxilla extending to anterior of pupil; anterior nnostril erect tube; posterior nostril erect tube, shorter than anterior; interorbital wide greater than pupil diameter; no rostral frenum;. Papillae - A transverse pattern with three vertical rows anterior to row b; row 5i/6i continuous and at the anteriorof row b; row d divided into two sections.. Color - Generally mottled brownish; side of body with about 4-5 diffuse blackish, hourglassshaped bars, and black bar at base of caudal fin; a pair of creamy yellow bars below spinous dorsal fin; head with white spots, and diagonal brown bars radiating from eye; a small black spot at bottom of gill cover; median fins with white spots on rays, and white margin on both dorsal fins. (A&R 1994). Distribution - Pacific, Baja Calafornia Gulf of California (A&R 1994). Habitat - ...
Dorsal spines (total): 6 - 7; Dorsal soft rays (total): 6-8; Anal spines: 1; Anal soft rays: 5 - 7. Equal number of second dorsal and anal fin rays - consisting of 1 spine and 6 soft rays (Ref. 44894). Color: males blue-grey with dark scale margins and scattered black spots on head and body; first dorsal fin with broad yellow band across outer half; second dorsal and anal fins bluish on basal half, with a black stripe across center of fins and broad white margins; caudal fin dusky blue-grey with faint cross bands. Females mainly tan (Ref. 44894). ...
We have characterized two new members of the Hedgehog (Hh) family in zebrafish, ihha and dhh, encoding for orthologues of the tetrapod Indian Hedgehog (Ihh) and Desert Hedgehog (Dhh) genes, respectively. Comparison of ihha and Type X collagen (col10a1) expression during skeletal development show that ihha transcripts are located in hypertrophic chondrocytes of cartilaginous elements of the craniofacial and fin endoskeleton. Surprisingly, col10a1 expression was also detected in cells forming intramembranous bones of the head and in flat cells surrounding cartilaginous structures. The expression of col10a1 in both endochondral and intramembranous bones reflects an atypical composition of the extracellular matrix of the zebrafish craniofacial skeleton. In addition, during fin ray regeneration, both ihha and col10a1 are detected in scleroblasts, osteoblast-like cells secreting the matrix of the dermal bone fin ray. The presence of cartilage markers suggests that the dermal fin ray possesses an ...
Fish keep their dorsal fins clamped down when they are stressed. This can usually be rectified with up to 30% water change including gravel vacuuming. The ammonia level has probably risen to a dangerous level in the tank. Cut down on the amount of food given. Goldfish do not have a digestive system. Much waste is created. Less food is less waste ...
A compact, efficient reactor for the photocatalyzed conversion of contaminants in a fluid stream. The reactor includes a photocatalyst disposed on a support structure with a light source in optical proximity to the support structure to activate the photocatalyst. In one embodiment of the invention, the support structure includes multiple non-intersecting fins oriented parallel to the general flow direction of the fluid stream to provide a reactor with low pressure drop and adequate mass transfer of the contaminant to the photocatalyst disposed on the surface of the fins. The light source includes one or more lamps that may penetrate the fins to provide efficient illumination of the photocatalyst. The fins may be flat or pleated. In an alternative embodiment, the fins are pleated and composed of a porous material. These fins are oriented so that the fluid stream flows through the fins. In another embodiment, the support structure includes one or more cylinders having pleated inner surfaces with
The DNR wants anglers to weigh in on the second round of proposals comprising the quality sunfish initiative.. In March 2021, nearly 100 lakes received bag limit reductions. Now, the DNR is proposing another 50 lakes for reductions that would go into effect in March of 2022. Some lakes have complementary crappie regulation proposals.. For years, anglers have been telling the DNR they are satisfied with sunfish/bluegill numbers. But an increasing number of anglers are concerned about sunfish size quality.. The prevalent use of electronic fish finders and other technological advancements combined with rapid social media communication have heightened those concerns.. With the quality sunfish initiative, fisheries managers aim to increase the number of lakes with reduced bag limits from 60 to approximately 200 by 2023. Managers are using proven daily limits of five or 10 sunfish to protect and improve sunfish quality on select lakes with both biological potential to produce large sunfish and strong ...
In less than four months, the state of Hawaii will be shark fin-free, and soon, the same could happen in California. The golden state is currently deliberating
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The body shape of Synodontis polli is described as being compressed. The head is also described as being compressed and the body is described as being naked. The mouth is described as being inferior with wide lips (from the original description of Synodontis eurystomus which means wide mouth). It is documented that this catfish has 40-70 mandibular teeth which are described as being short, uncuspid and arranged in 6-8 short transverse rows. It has three pairs of barbels which are described as being short, with the maxillary barbels having a small membrane at the base. The mandibular barbels have slender ramifications. Synodontis polli is described as having a cusp on the dorsal edge of the humeral process. The dorsal fin is described as having 7 soft rays. The pectoral fin is described as having 8-9 soft rays. The caudal fin is described as being forked with rounded lobes. ...
The morphologic development of the gonopodium of male mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki, is essential for proper reproductive function and has previously been used as a biomarker for the presence of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in freshwater systems. The development of the gonopodium is accompanied by the modification of the hemal spines on the 14th, 15th, and 16th vertebrae. These form an anchor for the movement of the gonopodium, and their normal development is therefore critical. This development is under hormonal control. It has been hypothesized that the modification of the hemal spines may be used as an end point for understanding the effects of exposure of early-life stage fish to EDCs and to add to the understanding of the differential sensitivities of different life stages. Larval fish were exposed to concentrations (0, 20, 100, and 500 ng/L) of 17b-estradiol (E2) in two experiments using a flow-through system for 8 and 12 weeks. There was a general delay in the development of ...
Ultraviolet rays are an invisible form of radiation streaming from the sun. There are three ranges of UV ray lengths: UVA, UVB, and UVC. UVA is the most abundant; this form can penetrate past the top layer of skin. Researchers believe that UVA can damage the bodys connective tissue, boosting a persons risk for developing skin cancer. Much of the UVB rays are absorbed by the ozone layer in the earths atmosphere. The UVB rays that do reach your skin can be damaging, even though they dont penetrate as deeply as UVA. UVC is very hazardous to the skin, but fortunately, all of these rays are absorbed by the ozone layer ...
Body elongate and subcylindrical, its depth 4.1 to 5.2 times in standard length; belly rounded, abdominal scutes present but with very poorly developed keel so that belly feels smooth, usually 17 pre-pelvic and 13 to 15 post-pelvic scutes. Pseudobranch short, flat; gillrakers 29 to 42 on lower arm of first arch. Maxilla reaching vertical from anterior margin of eye. Dorsal fin with 14 or 15 branched rays, its origin slightly before midpoint of body. Anal fin with 15 to 17 branched rays, its origin far behind dorsal fin. Pelvic fin with 8 rays, its origin below anterior part of dorsal fin. Scales cycloid, thin, deciduous; predorsal median ridge covered by a single longitudinal series of scales ...
The fins have no colour and the upper-side is a brownish-red. A wide single stripe extends along each side of the fish from the upper parts of the eye to just below the Adipose fin. This stripe can appear sea-green, yellow-green or turquoise-blue, depending on the angle that the light hits it. Below this stripe is a wide bright Red band that can be seen on the lower half of the body , running from the underside of the mouth including the throat, and all the way back to the base of the Caudal fin. This fish is often confused with the Neon tetra, but in the Neon the bright red band is shorter, only running to the middle of the body ...
Our group focuses on the study of the cellular and molecular mechanisms controlling limb development and fin regeneration. We are trying to understand how the main signalling centre in limb development, the Apical Ectodermal Ridge (AER), is established and maintained through development and how different molecules, namely those related to stemness, are involved in these processes. Also, we have developed a line of research directed to depict how ion dynamics can control limb development, digit differentiation and fin regeneration. In these studies we use the chicken and zebrafish embryos as well as adult zebrafish as animal models.. ...
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In this study, we estimated genetic parameters for direct and social genetic effects for growth traits and fin damage traits in Atlantic cod. To our knowledge, this is the first study that investigates the SGE of traits directly related to welfare in aquaculture species. The estimated ratio of total heritable variance over phenotypic variance (T2) was significantly greater than 1 for some of the fin damage traits, although the estimates had large standard errors. This means that we documented strongly significant SGE for fin damage traits but that the experiment was not large enough to accurately quantify the total heritable variance, although the experimental design was based on the simulation study by Ødegård and Olesen [18]. They showed that, over an average of 50 replicates, this design would provide accurate breeding values and estimates of direct and social genetic variance components. In addition, Ødegård and Olesen [18] did not fit the family effect (the effect due to common rearing ...
Now, you have to think of what that means to your underwater performance in case of spearfishing. Since you have no oxygen, your moves need to count for more distance travelled, because on a moments notice you might need to get to the surface for a breath and you cant afford to move slowly, same thing if youre experiencing a blackout from lack of energy or from the waters pressure (yes, this happens.) Spearfishing is a dangerous sport that leaves no time for slow movement.. So, not only does it mean you propel faster, but it also means the total distance you propel is going to require less energy because of the blades unique build.. Scuba divers are advised to absolutely not dive with freediving fins because the longer and heavier fins will cost them more effort than their regular fins which will cause their legs to go sore over the long duration of their dive. Freedivers (and by extension, spearfishermen), however, are able to exert that effort and get a momentary break for their legs when ...
Fin/blue whale hybrids[edit]. Shouldn't a page be created about the now known fin/blue whale hybrids? -Preceding unsigned ... Expand to animals?[edit]. 'Mammal hybrids' implies only mammals can be hybrids. Any issue with renaming template to Animal ... hybrids expanding to include other animals? Regards, Sun Creator(talk) 15:38, 11 October 2019 (UTC) ...
ISBN 978-1-74300-135-6. Don Spencer from Play School sings 21 Children's Favourites - J&B (1984) Feathers, Fur or Fins - ABC ... Don Spencer's Australian Animals. Sydney, NSW: ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. ISBN 0-64212-841-3 ... Spencer, Don; Caswell, Allen; Australian Broadcasting Corporation (1985), Feathers Fur or Fins, Chappell & Intersong Music in ... Fur or Fins, ABC Records. National Library of Australia, retrieved 14 August 2013 Spencer, Don (1990), Don Spencer's Let's Have ...
Fox, David (2001). "Balaenoptera physalus (fin whale)". Animal Diversity Web. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. ... Animals cannot convert fats to glucose, and in many diving animals carbohydrates are not readily available from the diet, nor ... a small dorsal fin, relative to its size; and lack of external ears or hair. The fin whale, the fastest among baleen whales, ... The fluke is moved up and down in long strokes to move the animal forward, or twisted to turn. The forelimbs are paddle-like ...
Also, only the pectoral fins have spines. It is a nocturnal fish like many catfish. It feeds on living, as well as dead, animal ...
Visible opaque animal needs better picture). Fins are separated, rounded, and completely rayed. Anterior fins beginning below ... Sagitta elegans). Body of adult animal can grow up to 45 mm, is narrow, firm and opaque (this image: animal very see-through. ... Seminal vesicles conical in shape, either exactly next to or very close to the tail fin, separated from posterior fins. For ... Horizontal fins bordering the trunk serve largely as stabilizers, and are used in flotation rather than in active swimming. ...
Fox, David (2001). "Balaenoptera physalus (fin whale)". Animal Diversity Web. Retrieved 2006-10-22. "Finback Whale ... As with other dolphins, orcas are very vocal animals. They produce a variety of clicks and whistles that are used for ... the male fin whale has been observed to make long, loud, low-frequency sounds. Most sounds are frequency-modulated (FM) down- ... "Seasonality of blue and fin whale calls and the influence of sea ice in the Western Antarctic Peninsula". Deep Sea Research ...
... pectoral fins. Palmer, D., ed. (1999). The Marshall Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals. ... Each of the paired pectoral and pelvic fins had a spine, as did the single anal and dorsal fins, giving it a total of just six ... A. bridgei has large orbits, a shorter pre-pectoral region, and shallower insertions of the fin spines. The scientific ...
"Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act". Animal Welfare Institute. Retrieved 2019-12-19. "U.S. House passes act to protect sharks". ... or purchase shark fins or products containing shark fins. The Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act of 2019 is intended to eliminate ... 64,695 Pounds of Shark Fins. The court identified that the SFPA failed to prohibit the transshipment of fins for delivery at a ... if the fins are used for noncommercial purposes as long as that practice is in accordance with state and federal laws, if fins ...
Le règne animal distribué d'après son organisation. 5 (Nouvelle édition, revue et augmentée ed.). Paris: Déterville. p. 73. ... Latreille, [P. A.] (1829). "Des Porte-Bec ou Rynchophores (Rynchophora)". In Cuvier, [G.] (ed.). Suite et fin des insectes. ...
The fins from these catches will be thrown away or turned into animal feed and fertilizers if shark's fin soup is shunned."[ ... plus its pectoral fins, and, in a single cutting motion, the pelvic fin, anal fin, and bottom portion of its caudal fin, or ... Animals. Retrieved 12 January 2020. "Restaurants Currently Offering Shark Fin Soup". Animal Welfare Institute. Retrieved 12 ... the trade of fins and shark fin soup. "Shark Fin Possession Bill Made Law Today in Guam". Guammicronesiadivetravel.com. ...
... s are often killed for shark fin soup. Fishermen capture live sharks, fin them, and dump the finless animal back into the ... Shark fin has become a major trade within black markets all over the world. Fins sell for about $300/lb in 2009. Poachers ... "Restaurants Currently Offering Shark Fin Soup". Animal Welfare Institute. Archived from the original on April 6, 2019. ... Most sharks have eight fins. Sharks can only drift away from objects directly in front of them because their fins do not allow ...
To be kosher, aquatic animals must have scales and fins. Most Sunni schools of thought adhere to the interpretation that all ... Dhabihah is the method used to slaughter an animal in Islamic tradition. Shechita requires that an animal be conscious and this ... Thus some animals such as camels and rabbits are halal, but not kosher. Kashrut requires strict separation of dairy and meat ... This is similar to the Jewish law with the exception of fins. Gelatin, according to one of the two Islamic viewpoints, it is ...
The animal possesses 9 dorsal fin rays. Its first unbranched ray is half of the length of its second ray. The distal margin of ... The adipose fin is located at the insertion of the last anal fin ray. Anal-fin rays range in number between 16-18. The distal ... Its pectoral fin rays range between 11-13, while its pelvic fin rays equals 7. The tip of the pelvic fin reaches a posterior ... Over the middle of its caudal fin rays there is a slight dark pigmentation. The animal counts with a single small humeral spot ...
There were two notches on the fin's anterior margin. The paired fins were used to steer and stabilize the animal while swimming ... The caudal fin was made up of two lobes; the lower lobe was skeletally supported whereas the upper lobe was unsupported. The ... Temnodontosaurus had a weak tail bend at an angle of less than 35°. The caudal fin has variously been described as either ... Temnodontosaurus had the largest eyes of any ichthyosaur, and of any animal measured. The largest eyes measured belonged to the ...
The animal possesses 9 dorsal fin rays. Its first unbranched ray is half of the length of its second ray. The distal margin of ... The adipose fin is located at the insertion of the base of the last anal fin ray. Anal-fin rays range in number between 15-17. ... Its pectoral fin rays range between 11-13, while its pelvic fin rays equals 7. The tip of the pelvic fin reaches a posterior ... The caudal fin finds itself forked, with lobes of equal size and possessing 19 principal rays. A. microschemos has 9 to 11 ...
"Hybrid blue-fin whale is still protected". Animal Welfare Institute. 19 July 2018. Retrieved 21 December 2019. Palumbi, S. R.; ... Two live blue-fin whale hybrids have since been documented in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, (Canada), and in the Azores, (Portugal ... Blue-fin hybrids have been detected from genetic analysis of whale meat samples taken from Japanese markets. There are four ... Molecular analyses of the whale showed it was a hybrid between a female blue whale and a male fin whale, and that the fetus had ...
1991) On a Fin and a Prayer. "Scholars." 3(1), 4-7. Alexander, R. McNeill (2003) Principles of Animal Locomotion. Princeton ... Many fish swim using combined behavior of their two pectoral fins or both their anal and dorsal fins. Different types of Median ... Median-Paired Fin (MPF) and Body-Caudal Fin (BCF). Within each of these classifications, there are numerous specifications ... undulations of a long dorsal fin while the body axis is held straight and stable Gymnotiform: undulations of a long anal fin, ...
As the animal matures, its fins become spear-like in appearance. It is possible that this taxon is conspecific with ...
Some animals obtained wings, others fins, and others swiftness of foot; while the vegetables exerted themselves, in inventing ... not by the animal, to which they accresce, but by the great fource of animal existence. The immense beds of limestone, chalk, ... It is contrary, however, to all the observations, which prove the processes of animal, and vegetable growth, to be the result ... The parts accreted, existing before their junction with the animal, must have formed a portion of the original matter of the ...
The animal is often easily recognised by the very large fins. Genus Styliola Gray, 1850 (synonyms: Cleodora recta Blainville, ... Towards the anterior end of the animal, two parapodia (winglike flat lobules) protrude between each half of the shell. The ... There is no tentacular lobe on the anterior margin of the fins. Gofas, S. (2011). Cavoliniidae. Accessed through: World ... which produce a minute water current that pushes the planktonic food to the mouth of the animal. In 2003, the family ...
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Fishermen capture live sharks, fin them, and dump the finless animal back into the water to die from suffocation or predators. ... "Shark fin soup alters an ecosystem-CNN.com". CNN. 2008-12-15. Retrieved 2010-05-23. Urbina, Ian (2016-02-17). "Palau vs. the ... Sharks are often killed for shark fin soup, which some Asian countries regard as a status symbol. ... HowStuffWorks "How many sharks are killed recreationally each year - and why?". Animals.howstuffworks.com. Retrieved on 2010-09 ...
Becerril, Andrés (11 November 2018). "Los Pinos, el poder como inquilino; se acerca el fin de una era". Excélsior (in Spanish ... "Los Pinos: historia de la casa del próximo Presidente de México". Animal Politico. Retrieved 17 October 2015. "La historia de ...
A comparative study by Motani in 2002 concluded that, in extant animals, small tail fin lobes positively correlate with a high ... All of these animals were streamlined, dolphin-like forms, although the more basal animals were perhaps more elongated than the ... Some species had a fin on their backs and a more or less vertical fin at the rear of a rather short tail. Although ichthyosaurs ... The Mixosauria were already very fish-like with a pointed skull, a shorter trunk, a more vertical tail fin, a dorsal fin, and ...
Arthur Curry A Faunus with shark fins on his elbows and back. His Semblance enables him to communicate with animals through ... Creep: Non-animal Grimm based on birds and reptiles. Griffon: Large winged panther-like creatures with spiked tail, talons, and ...
The fins of the breeding male become more red in color, whereas the male F. kansae develops a more yellow-orange fin color. ... This species feeds on chironomid larvae, copepods, nematodes, and other small animals. It is also herbivorous. It may feed by ... Also, the parasite Gyrodactylus stableri infests the fins and organisms of Neascus, a genus of flukes, infest the eye and ... The breeding male develops bright orange coloration on most of his fins. ...
For seafood to be kosher, the animal must have fins and scales. Certain types of seafood, such as shellfish, crustaceans, and ... The slaughtering process is intended to be quick and relatively painless to the animal. Forbidden parts of animals include the ... The pig is arguably the most well-known example of a non-kosher animal. Although it has split hooves, it does not chew its cud ... Other types of animals, such as amphibians, reptiles, and most insects, are prohibited altogether. In addition to the ...
Some people stabbed the animals, shot them or cut off their fins. A police guard was placed to stop this cruelty. When the ...
She opposes Alasdair Cochrane's position on the right to freedom of non-human animals, for whom animals have only an interest ... Letarte, Martine (2020-04-18). "Et si on mettait fin à l'exploitation des animaux?" [What if we put an end to the exploitation ... Allard, Marie (2012-05-21). "Bien-être animal: la montée du welfarisme" [Animal welfare: the rise of welfarism]. La Presse. ... Out of interest in issues surrounding animal rights, she began a master's degree in law at the Université de Montréal, with a ...
Its body has a fleshy dorsal fin. Most caecilians have a well-developed right lung and a vestigial left lung. Some, such as ... The skull is very different from those of other caecilians, giving the animal a broad, flat head. Its nostrils are sealed, and ...
http://web.archive.org/web/20080118082253/http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/02/03/business/LA-FIN-ECO-Mexico-US-Avocados.php ... "Avocado". ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center. *↑ "AvoDerm Natural Premium Dog Food". பார்த்த நாள் 2009-01-13. ...
Amphibians are predatory animals. They mostly eat live invertebrates and animals that do not move too quickly. These include ... They could also use their strong fins to hoist themselves out of the water and onto dry land if necessary.[1][2] ... Fish and other animals eat most of their eggs. Male midwife toads carry their eggs on their backs. When they are ready to hatch ... They will swallow the animal whole, but may chew it just a bit for it to go down their throats. The Ranidae family and the ...
Displays are often reinforced by stretching out the animal's arms, fins or web to make it look as big and threatening as ... World Animal Foundation. Retrieved 12 April 2017.. *^ Simon, Matt (16 January 2015). "Absurd Creature of the Week: The ... Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 7 (2): 95-106. doi:10.1207/s15327604jaws0702_2. PMID ... Captive animals have been found to be more susceptible to pathogens than wild ones.[106] A gram-negative bacterium, Vibrio ...
Animal welfare. *Declawing of crabs. *Eyestalk ablation. *Eating live seafood. *Live fish trade ...
These animals rely on their well-developed flippers and tail fin to propel themselves through the water; they swim by moving ... These animals rely on their well-developed flippers and tail fin to propel themselves through the water; they swim by moving ... International Fund for Animal Welfare. Retrieved 29 August 2015.. *. Viegas, Jennifer (23 February 2010). "Thousands Mourn Dead ... These animals have very large heads, which can make up as much as 40% of their body mass, and much of the head is the mouth. ...
The paired fins had bones distinctly homologous to the humerus, ulna, and radius in the fore-fins and to the femur, tibia, and ... The tetrapods, including all large- and medium-sized land animals, have been among the best understood animals since earliest ... Tetrapods (/ˈtɛtrəpɒdz/; from Greek τετρα- tetra- 'four' and πούς poús 'foot') are four-limbed animals constituting the ... evolved their fins in a different direction. The Tetrapodomorph ancestors of the Tetrapods further developed their lobe fins. ...
Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ... "DNA Banks for Endangered Animal Species". Science 288 (5464). ISSN 0036-8075, Páxs. 275-277. ...
a b c d e f g h i Wood, Gerald The Guinness Book of Animal Facts and Feats (1983) ISBN 978-0-85112-235-9 ... the fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus), which can reach a size of 27 m (89 ft) in length and weight of 109 tonnes, and the ... Animal Diversity Web *^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-12-10. Retrieved 2018-12-10.. CS1 maint: Archived ... The Animal Files *^ Wroe, S.; Myers, T. J.; Wells, R. T.; Gillespie, A. (1999). "Estimating the weight of the Pleistocene ...
Poden sobreviure fins a tres setmanes a 1-4°C.[64] S'ha observat in vitro i in vivo que l'extret de taquizoïts té propietats ... Tenter AM, Heckeroth AR, Weiss LM «Toxoplasma gondii: from animals to humans» (en anglès). Int J Parasitol, 2000 Nov; 30 (12-13 ... El bradizoït (del prefix grec bradýs=lent i del sufix zōo=animal) és la forma de replicació lenta del paràsit. No solament de ... El T. gondii es propaga dins d'aquests vacúols per una sèrie de divisions binàries fins que la cèl·lula infestada eventualment ...
They were probably relatively good swimmers, possessing dorsal fins, paired pectoral fins, and a strong tail. The shield of ... 1999). The Marshall Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals. London: Marshall Editions. p. 24. ISBN 978-1 ... This is due to the development of paired fins, and their complicated cranial anatomy. The osteostracans were more similar to ... Several synapomorphies support this hypothesis, such as the presence of: sclerotic ossicles, paired pectoral fins, a dermal ...
"Fin.gov.on.ca. Archived from the original on June 13, 2016. Retrieved June 7, 2016.. ...
Gaireben totes los animals an un o mai sistèmas sensorials capables de detectar la vapor d'aiga dins l'aire, la condensacion. ... Fòrça insèctes detectan tanben fin finala e directament las condicions termoigrometricas. De gèns claus implicats, e las ...
Plant transpiration and animal perspiration use evaporative cooling to prevent high temperatures from causing unsustainable ... relatively inefficient fins mounted directly on the heat source. Cooling hot computer components with various fluids has been ...
"Linking Human Diseases to Animal Models Using Ontology-Based Phenotype Annotation". PLoS Biology 7 (11): e1000247. PMC 2774506 ... Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ...
After filtrating the microbial culture of the Corynebacterium diphtheriae and injecting it into the lab animals, they were able ... "Scientific elites and laboratory organization in fin de siècle Paris and Berlin: The Institut Pasteur and Robert Koch's ... The search for a stronger remedy against this disease was made more difficult because most animals are immune to it: it was ... In 1985, the first human vaccine obtained by genetic engineering from animal cells, the vaccine against hepatitis B, was ...
Since Six Flags retained ownership of the animals, the majority of the animal portion of the park, including all of the ... "Why some killer whales have curved fins".. *^ a b Parsons, E. C. M. (2012). "Killer Whale Killers". Tourism in Marine ... All of the animal stadiums and buildings were next torn down or converted into other venues. Some of the SeaWorld property ... Animal rescue and rehabilitation programEdit. SeaWorld operates its conservation program in cooperation with the Department of ...
For example, in a fish, the pectoral fins are dorsal to the anal fin, but ventral to the dorsal fin. ... Specific animals and other organisms[edit]. Different terms are used because of different body plans in animals, whether ... For example, it is very confusing to say the dorsal fin of a dolphin is "right of" the left pectoral fin, but is "left of" the ... Additionally, for some animals such as invertebrates, some terms may not have any meaning at all; for example, an animal that ...
Creix fins a assolir entre 130 i 190 cm de llargària.. *Els mascles pesen entre 100 i 218 kg i les femelles entre 50 i 125 kg.[ ... Animal Diversity Web (anglès) *↑ islav Mazak: Der Tiger. Nachdruck der 3. Auflage von 1983. Westarp Wissenschaften ... Habita zones amb elevacions de fins als 4.700 m d'altitud, però el més freqüent és que habiti zones de menor alçada. En algunes ... fins i tot en major risc. Els crítics però, afirmen que la pràctica és evidentment un acte cruel i inhumà, i que la bilis d'ós ...
Un informe de 2009 demostrou que a produción de amiloide beta segue un ritmo circadiano, e aumenta cando un animal (rato) ou ... Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ...
Wikipedia® é unha marca rexistrada da Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., unha organización sen fins lucrativos. ... o que ten como resultado unha rápida perda da pigmentación marrón do animal. Moitas asociacións Symbiodinium-cnidarios vense ... é incapaz de establecer endosimbiose aínda que existe en ambientes arredor do animal ou asociado estreitamente con outros ... o cultivo resultante coa identidade do simbionte dominante e relevante ecoloxicamente que albergaba orixinalmente o animal.[42] ...
Samples from these animals shows contamination within their tissue.[4] Conservation[edit]. The Risso's dolphin populations of ... Risso's dolphin has a relatively large anterior body and dorsal fin, while the posterior tapers to a relatively narrow tail. ... In older calves, the nonwhite areas darken to nearly black, and then lighten (except for the always dark dorsal fin). Linear ... Risso's dolphin is named after Antoine Risso, whose description formed the basis of the first public description of the animal ...
The large pectoral fins are banded. The first dorsal fin is made of slender and somewhat soft spines, and just barely joins ... Animal Behavior 28:728-734. *^ Savage, T. 1963. Reproductive behavior of the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi Girard. Copeia 1963 ... fanning the eggs with his pectoral fins. ...
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It is also called the pinna (Latin for wing / fin, plural pinnae), a term that is used more in zoology. ... In animals the function of the pinna is to collect sound, and perform spectral transformations to incoming sounds which enable ...
The dorsal fin[change , change source]. The dorsal fin of the orca can extend up to six feet above its body. That's taller than ... "Global Animal. Retrieved January 27, 2016.. *↑ Killer whale attacks unsuspecting girl. *↑ SeaWorld trainer killed by killer ... In captivity, dorsal fins often collapse for many reasons, but in the wild, dorsal fin collapse happens in less than one ... And because a killer whale swims close to the surface, the dorsal fin can often be seen gliding through the surface of the ...
... due to their reputation as dangerous animals. The giant anteater remains widespread. Some populations are stable and the animal ... Hall, B. K. (2007). Fins Into Limbs: Evolution, Development, And Transformation. University of Chicago Press. p. 304. ISBN 0- ... The animal's thick, leathery hide is used to make equestrian equipment in the Chaco. In Venezuela, it is hunted for its claws.[ ... The animal sleeps curled up with its bushy tail folded over its body. The tail serves both to conserve body heat and as ...
a b Ross Piper (2007), Extraordinary Animals: An Encyclopedia of Curious and Unusual Animals, Greenwood Press. ... Species of genus Exocoetus have one pair of fins and streamlined bodies to optimize for speed, while Cypselurus spp. have ... they fold their pectoral fins to re-enter the sea, or drop their tails into the water to push against the water to lift for ... self-propelled leaps out of the water where their long wing-like fins enable gliding for considerable distances above the ...
Fricke, David (1987). Animal Instinct: The Def Leppard Story. London, UK: Zomba Books. ISBN 978-0-946391-55-4.. ... "July 15, 2007, Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, FIN". LiveMetallica.com. Retrieved 26 April 2016.. ...
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draft animal, ph. దుక్కిటెద్దు;. *draft copy, ph. చిత్తు ప్రతి;. *drag, n. కర్పణం; కర్పణ శక్తి; ఈడ్పుదల; *atmospheric -, ... dorsal fin, ph. వెన్ను రెక్క;. *dorsal vertebrae, ph. వెన్ను పూసలు;. *dose, n. మోతాదు; ...
... almost all cetaceans possess a dorsal fin that serves as a keel. The dorsal fin and flukes are composed of connective tissue, ... Other articles where Dorsal fin is discussed: cetacean: Locomotor adaptations: … ... almost all cetaceans possess a dorsal fin that serves as a keel. The dorsal fin and flukes are composed of connective tissue, ... The dorsal fin of older males is very tall (up to 1.8 metres [5.9 feet]) and straight; females and young males have a dorsal ...
Activity in the genetic switches that develop gar fish fins and mice hands are nearly indistinguishable, the studys lead ... That extinct animal actually had large, strong and mobile hind fins and an enlarged pelvis, suggesting that limbs in the front ... Researchers find the ancient genetic link between fish fins and animal hands. ... That went against the "front-wheel-drive" hypothesis that held limbs first evolved from front fins, while back fins stayed ...
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Art Exhibit: Paws, Claws, Hooves, and Fins - Animals in Art. Loading Map.... ... includes work by 36 of its members in a wide variety of media that expresses the diverse and unique qualities of animals. On ...
Understanding Animal Research , News , Research & medical benefits , Nine cell types to re-grow a fin ... If zebrafish lose a fin a special group of cells form on the stump. These cells regrow the new fin and it was assumed they were ... In fact, different cell-types that are already present on the stump work together to re-grow a limb - in this case a fin. This ... We cover all aspects of animal research with snapshots of biomedical advances from scientific journals, staff blogs and video ...
Fins, Feathers and Fur: The Healing Power of Animals. Speaker(s): Susan Hannifin-MacNab ... with fins, feathers or fur- animals are natural healing resources. Human physiology is positively altered in the presence of ... We will discuss ways to integrate animals into our lives AND get some much-needed puppy love from the team of highly trained ... Interacting with animals promotes healing by • decreasing feelings of loneliness and isolation • relieving symptoms of anxiety ...
Animal Testing Policies. Unknown. Leading international certifiers PETA and Leaping Bunny have no information concerning this ... Parrot Head Fins Up! Sport Lotion, SPF 30 (old formulation) (2013 Formulation). See all: Parrot Head ... EWG scientists reviewed Parrot Head Fins Up! Sport Lotion, SPF 30 (old formulation) (2013 Formulation) for safety according ... EWGs rating for Parrot Head Fins Up! Sport Lotion, SPF 30 (old formulation) (2013 Formulation) is 3. ...
Animal procedures. Wild-type AB (Oregon) zebrafish, Danio rerio (F. Hamilton 1822), aged 6-12 months were used in this study. ... Elasticity measurements for caudal fins. (A-C) Data for intact fins; (D-F) data for disrupted fins. (A,D) Force-deflection ... We measured the bending stiffness of caudal fins in vivo by applying a mechanical line force load (Fig. 1A) to deflect the fin ... Histological staining of fin sections. Fins were fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde in PBS, dehydrated, and embedded in tissue ...
Animals. Arteries were collected from fresh fin whale carcasses as part of a commercial whaling operation at Hvalfjörður, ... Morphology used in modelling the diving response of the thorax of an 18 m fin whale. (A) Composite image of a 9 m female fin ... Unlike terrestrial mammals, diving fin whales may lack precise control of arterial transmural pressures. The fin whale arterial ... bronchi and bony nasal canals in a fin whale as 6.5% of TLC from which alveolar lung collapse in a fin whale diving at TLC is ...
... and then France supported the ban on blue fin tuna and now the Brits are joining the campaign to save the endangered fish. The ... This man has saved 12 endangered animal species from extinction This is how you do it: 4 elephant poachers convicted in Congo ... Britain to Support Ban on Blue Fin Tuna. First Monaco, and then France supported the ban on blue fin tuna and now the Brits ... First Monaco, and then France supported the ban on blue fin tuna and now the Brits are joining the campaign to save the ...
... trade and possession of shark fins. The hope is that by hitting the market from the ... 14 pink animals to celebrate St. Valentine African grey parrots surprise researchers with their altruism ... Californias Proposed Shark Fin Ban Divides Chinese-American Community. What Is Shark Fin Soup and Why Should it Be Banned in ... California Moves Closer to Banning Shark Fins, But The Debate Rages Ban on Selling Shark Fins Passes California Assembly. ...
Forelimbs and hindlimbs of animals evolved from pectoral and pelvic fins of ancestral fish. Cartilaginous fish such as sharks ... It was believed that the muscles of the paired fins (collective term for pectoral and pelvic fins) of cartilaginous fish were ... Their study revealed how the muscles for pectoral fins and pelvic fins of cartilaginous fish are formed. ... and posterior fields in fin buds shifted as evolution progressed from fins to limbs. They further found that the genomic ...
Fins in Focus. Issue 271 March/April 2012 Animals: A New Ethics Reviews Fins in Focus. by Barbara Gardner ... She graduated from Oxford University with a PhD in animal behaviour and, working first at the University of Glasgow and then at ... For me, the sheer scale of the exploitation makes this book a fundamental contribution to the science of animal welfare. ... Braithwaite asks where to draw the line with regard to animal welfare concerns, and she examines other peoples work on ...
We seem to find larger animals more charismatic than small ones. Life ... Chinas ivory ban is great, now for shark fins and tiger bone. Beijings ban on ivory is very welcome and could save the ...
... have begun to speak out against animal cruelty. Animal welfare groups claim that this support from celebrities... ... Shark fin soup, once considered by Chinese as a symbol of status and wealth and a must-serve at wedding banquets, is now ... Shark fin soup, a symbol of wealth and social status across China, is banned at state banquets. The decision, carried out by ... Sharks fin soup has long been considered a delicacy in Chinese communities around the world, served for special occasions and ...
... An Animal Rights Article from All-Creatures.org. FROM. BornFree ... Toronto city councillors overwhelmingly approved (38-4!) a ban on the ownership, sale or consumption of shark fin. ...
Animals. Fish were maintained at 28.5°C with a photoperiod of 14 hours of light and 10 hours of darkness, and fed regularly ( ... and DHT-treated fins indicates that keratinized BTs are present on all fins except the caudal fin (data not shown). ... The overall fin vasculature in females is similar to that described in caudal fins (Huang et al., 2003). One artery runs down ... Male pectoral fin BT regeneration. Mallory stain of intact (A) and regenerating (B-F) pectoral fin longitudinal sections. (A,B ...
The fin whale is generally gray with a white underside, but the right side of the head has a light gray area, a white lower jaw ... Fin whale, (Balaenoptera physalus), a slender baleen whale, second in size to the blue whale and distinguishable by its ... The fin whales diet is unusually diverse for a cetacean, ranging from small crustaceans, such as copepods and krill, to fish ... The fin whale is generally gray with a white underside, but the right side of the head has a light gray area, a white lower jaw ...
Experimental animal protocols. Australian lungfish staging was according to Kemp (52). Larvae were obtained, as described ... 1 Homology between fins and tetrapods limbs.. Sarcopterygian fins (Australian lungfish fin shown) resemble tetrapod limbs, and ... S1), which at stage 45 has developed into a domain covering most of the fin except for the fin base (Fig. 2). At stage 47, a ... At stages 44 to 46, during elongation of the fin bud, these domains become distally extended within the posterior fin (Fig. 2 ...
Animals help increase diversity of plant life in forested areas of France. Posted Mon, 21 Mar 2011 11:27:00 GMT by Michael ... Shark fins tracked by DNA. Posted Fri, 29 Apr 2011 09:20:00 GMT by Lucy Brake ... People wonder why and how hunted animals became the quieter beasts of burden and table fodder of modern times. Here is an ... The extinction of small and large, plant and animal is a daily event now, as climate change increasingly joins the other ...
... ll grow the fin back within a week. Now scientists think they know how. ... If a zebrafish loses a chunk of its tail fin, not to worry, it’ ... itll grow the fin back within a week. How this fish along with other cold-blooded animals, such as lizards, newts and frogs, ... Now a study has revealed some of the genes responsible for the cellular pathways that let a zebrafish restore its tail fin. ...
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There is no animal on earth more vilified than the shark. Pop culture references and annual, over-hyped reports of attacks on ... KAOSHIUNG, Taiwan (CNN) -- There is no animal on earth more vilified than the shark. Pop culture references and annual, over- ... Shark fin soup can be expensive. A bowl of imperial shark fin soup can cost upwards of $100. These days, shark fin soup is so ... The fin is one of the most expensive pound-for-pound item from the sea. And the beauty about the fin is that its very compact ...
Get used to em, cause all you animals are in here for a long time! The day you go to the electric chair is the only time you ... their true animal faces. (Not even the Picards,. the Condes, nor the Bourbons!) ...
But patterns buried within those fins DNA could reveal what region the fish came from-ultimately targeting those populations ... Overfishing has caused shark populations to plummet-and often they are hunted simply for their fins. ... who often slice off the fins and throw back the rest of the animal. This practice has taken an extreme toll on shark ... In the next few years, according to Chapman, scientists plan to create DNA maps for all the major species in the fin trade. And ...
Animal locomotion Kinematics Terrestrial locomotion Flammang, B.E. and Lauder, G.V. 2008. Caudal fin shape modulation and ... Some animals such as sea turtles and mudskippers use these two environments for different purposes, for example using the land ... They use their fins to propel themselves through the water in this swimming motion. Actinopterygians, the ray-finned fish show ... Fins and flippers are aquatically adapted appendages and typically arent very useful in such an environment. It could be ...
Once served at the banquet tables of Ming emperors, the ancient delicacy of shark-fin soup -- at $18 a bowl -- can be found at ... but a growing appetite for a soup made out of shark fins is wiping out millions of the predators each year, devastating ... Fins on the Internet. The worlds fin dealers congregate at Alibaba.com, a publicly traded Chinese company partly owned by ... Fancy for fins pits sharks vs. fishermen. David Fleshler, South Florida Sun-sentinel and Ludmilla Lelis, Sentinel Staff Writer ...
Often the tail fin is used, but some aquatic animals generate thrust from pectoral fins. Fins can also generate thrust if they ... Engineering fins are also used as heat transfer fins to regulate temperature in heat sinks or fin radiators. Fins can regulate ... Surfboard fin Aquatic locomotion Fin and flipper locomotion Fin (submarine) Fish locomotion Robot locomotion RoboTuna Fin ... Foil shaped fins generate thrust when moved, the lift of the fin sets water or air in motion and pushes the fin in the opposite ...
Aquatic animals get significant thrust by moving fins back and forth in water. Often the tail fin is used, but some aquatic ... 1) pectoral fins (paired), (2) pelvic fins (paired), (3) dorsal fin,. (4) adipose fin, (5) anal fin, (6) caudal (tail) fin. ... Adipose fin Adipose fin of a trout. The adipose fin is a soft, fleshy fin found on the back behind the dorsal fin and just ... Caudal fin. (Tail fin) The caudal fin is the tail fin (from the Latin cauda meaning tail), located at the end of the caudal ...
... Proc Natl Acad Sci U S ... and metabolites along the proximodistal axis of caudal fins of uninjured and regenerating adult zebrafish. Using this approach ...
  • Great news for sharks came on Friday in California when news hit that Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 376 into law, banning the sale, trade and possession of shark fins. (treehugger.com)
  • With approximately 85 percent of the dried shark fin imports to the US originating in California, this ban is a massive victory for sharks - and for you and me. (treehugger.com)
  • Some opponents of the law felt that it unfairly targets the Asian American community, since sharks fin soup is a popular meal served at occasions such as weddings. (treehugger.com)
  • Yet the practice of cutting off the fin of live sharks and then throwing. (chinadigitaltimes.net)
  • Nearly 100 million sharks are killed every year due to the enormous demand for shark fins to make shark fin soup. (cnn.com)
  • By contrast, humans kill around 100 million sharks every year - a number that has ballooned in recent years because of the enormous demand for shark fins to make shark fin soup. (cnn.com)
  • To satiate the appetites of upwardly mobile Chinese, fishermen traverse all corners of the Earth's oceans in search of sharks or, more specifically, their fins. (cnn.com)
  • Because space is limited on fishing vessels and shark bodies are bulky and not considered as valuable, fishermen often catch the sharks, saw off their fins and toss the sharks back into the water. (cnn.com)
  • Without their fins, sharks cannot swim and they sink to the ocean floor, where they're picked at by other fish and left to die. (cnn.com)
  • However, Taiwan does have what it calls a 'plan of action' that requires the bodies of the sharks the fins came from to be accounted for and not dumped into the sea. (cnn.com)
  • Humans kill up to 73 million sharks a year, according to a 2006 estimate, mostly to feed appetites for shark fin soup. (popularmechanics.com)
  • Demand for this delicacy has grown with the Chinese economy, making sharks a valuable catch for fishermen--who often slice off the fins and throw back the rest of the animal. (popularmechanics.com)
  • When I first started studying sharks, the animals were disappearing faster than I could study them," he says. (popularmechanics.com)
  • In a study published in April in Endangered Species Research , they analyzed DNA from the fins of dusky sharks, a species particularly targeted for soup, to create a map of genetic "zip codes. (popularmechanics.com)
  • These sequences identify which part of the world the sharks are from and can ultimately be used to trace fins back to their place of origin. (popularmechanics.com)
  • If shark fins on the market were regularly tested and matched to the zip code map, Chapman says, scientists could better monitor the toll the fin trade is taking on sharks in the wild. (popularmechanics.com)
  • In 2009, Chapman and his colleagues created a similar DNA map for hammerhead sharks, then compared them to samples from fins for sale in Hong Kong. (popularmechanics.com)
  • Sharks are feared as killers, but a growing appetite for a soup made out of shark fins is wiping out millions of the predators each year, devastating populations across the globe. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • It required fishing boats to bring sharks to the dock with fins intact. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Last year, a boat operator at Port Canaveral was fined $38,000 for having 91 pounds of fins without carcasses, genetically identified as fins from protected dusky and night sharks. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Star Inc. of Hollywood advertises fins from tiger sharks, makos, hammerheads 'and many, many more! (orlandosentinel.com)
  • A peculiar function of pectoral fins, highly developed in some fish, is the creation of the dynamic lifting force that assists some fish, such as sharks , in maintaining depth and also enables the "flight" for flying fish . (wikipedia.org)
  • Sharks are served in restaurants around the world in fin soup, even though about one-third of the 450 species are threatened with extinction. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Fishermen simply haul the sharks back to port before cutting off fins that can fetch $300 a pound. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Washington, DC-The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) commends the House Natural Resources Committee, under the leadership of Chairman Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ), for passing bills today to protect big cats, sharks and wild animals hunted for sport. (awionline.org)
  • It provides insights into investigations on how animals, including dolphins, sharks and swordfish can maneuver through water at high speeds, offering a natural model for improving human and technological underwater locomotion. (elsevier.com)
  • While you may initially think this is a good thing, the sad reality is that sharks are one of the most threatened animals in the undersea environment and the vast majority pose no threat to humans whatsoever. (gadling.com)
  • Estimates suggest that fins from as many as 70 million sharks end up in soup. (miami.edu)
  • Because sharks play important roles in maintaining balance in the oceans, not only is shark fin soup injurious to the marine environment, but our study suggests that it is likely harmful to the people who are consuming them. (miami.edu)
  • I saw six sharks being cut up for their fins a few days ago. (greenpeace.org)
  • Currently, the fins from an estimated 26 million to 73 million sharks are sold each year, that's up to 8,000 sharks killed an hour. (greenpeace.org)
  • The ship's licence allows for sharks to be caught, but fins cannot be more than 5% of the total shark catch. (greenpeace.org)
  • That extinct animal actually had large, strong and mobile hind fins and an enlarged pelvis, suggesting that limbs in the front and rear evolved simultaneously. (washingtonpost.com)
  • That went against the "front-wheel-drive" hypothesis that held limbs first evolved from front fins, while back fins stayed small , maybe even after fish transitioned to land. (washingtonpost.com)
  • In the Late Devonian period about 350 million years ago, the first vertebrates to adapt to land were amphibians, and it is believed that their ancestors were primitive, now-extinct fish with fin-like limbs and belonging to the class Sarcopterygii. (titech.ac.jp)
  • In my lab, we have been studying the developmental mechanisms responsible for the evolution of fins and limbs. (titech.ac.jp)
  • Through research using catshark embryos, Tanaka's team revealed that the balance of the anterior (thumb side) and posterior fields in fin buds shifted as evolution progressed from fins to limbs. (titech.ac.jp)
  • These developmental patterns indicate that the digit program originated in postaxial fin radials and later expanded anteriorly inside of a preexisting autopod-like domain during the evolution of limbs. (sciencemag.org)
  • Our findings provide a genetic framework for the transition of fins into limbs that supports the significance of classical models proposing a bending of the tetrapod metapterygial axis. (sciencemag.org)
  • Regeneration epidermises of salamander limbs or teleost fins are known to express markers of developmental signaling pathways, including many secreted factors [ 8 , 14 ]. (prolekare.cz)
  • As scientists learn more about the genes that shape animal musculoskeletal systems, they're uncovering clues about how our own limbs developed - and may someday regenerate. (sciencefriday.com)
  • Meanwhile, researchers at the University of California-Irvine are wrapped up in another question about limbs - namely, if other animals can regenerate their limbs, why can't we? (sciencefriday.com)
  • The limbs had evolved from fins. (gopetsamerica.com)
  • How could fins turn into limbs? (europebreakingnews.net)
  • It is becoming increasingly appreciated that the fins of fish are more similar to our limbs than formerly believed," says Gage Crump, a developmental biologist at the University of Southern California. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • Lobe-fins transformed into limbs during the Devonian period, facilitating the water-to-land transition in tetrapods. (sciencemag.org)
  • We traced the evolution of well-articulated skeletons across the fins-to-limbs transition, using a network-based approach to quantify and compare topological features of fins and limbs. (sciencemag.org)
  • We show that the topological arrangement of bones in pectoral and pelvic appendages evolved in parallel during the fins-to-limbs transition, occupying overlapping regions of the morphospace, following a directional trend, and decreasing their disparity over time. (sciencemag.org)
  • We identify the presence of digits as the morphological novelty triggering topological changes that discriminated limbs from fins. (sciencemag.org)
  • The evolution of tetrapod limbs from fish fins is heralded as one of the most important vertebrate morphological and functional transitions ( 1 - 8 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • Establishing what makes an appendage a fin or a limb is key to properly characterizing the fins-to-limbs transition ( 3 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • Developmental and paleontological studies place the distinction between fins and limbs in the most distal region, which bears the carpals/tarsals and digits in limbs and the radials and dermal lepidotrichia in fins ( 3 , 10 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • The distinction between fins and limbs blurs when we look at the lobe-fins of transitional tetrapodomorphs, such as Panderichthys or Tiktaalik ( 11 - 14 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • Both sarcopterygian fins and limbs share a division of the appendicular skeleton into three endoskeletal domains ( 15 ), of which the most distal domain differs most between sarcopterygian fishes (i.e., branching radial bones) and tetrapods (i.e., autopod with a mesopod and digits). (sciencemag.org)
  • The caudal fins of adult zebrafish are supported by multiple bony rays that are laterally interconnected by soft interray tissue. (biologists.org)
  • Here, we developed an experimental setup to measure the elastic properties of caudal fins in vivo by applying micro-Newton forces to obtain bending stiffness and a tensional modulus. (biologists.org)
  • The caudal fin of adult zebrafish is the main appendage used for propulsion while swimming. (biologists.org)
  • McHenry and Lauder, 2005 ), the mechanical properties of the fins, including the caudal fin, are not known. (biologists.org)
  • Actinopterygians, the ray-finned fish show an evolutionary pattern of fine control ability to control the dorsal and ventral lobe of the caudal fin. (wikipedia.org)
  • Studies have shown that the muscles in the caudal fin, have independent activity patterns from the myotomal musculature. (wikipedia.org)
  • In particular, the fins immediately upstream of the caudal (tail) fin may be proximate fins that can directly affect the flow dynamics at the caudal fin. (wikipedia.org)
  • Apart from the tail or caudal fin , fish fins have no direct connection with the spine and are supported only by muscles . (wikipedia.org)
  • The adipose fin is a soft, fleshy fin found on the back behind the dorsal fin and just forward of the caudal fin. (wikipedia.org)
  • Here, we quantified the global abundance of transcripts, proteins, and metabolites along the proximodistal axis of caudal fins of uninjured and regenerating adult zebrafish. (nih.gov)
  • If you notice, 4 of the rays of the lower part of his caudal fins have broken off. (hubpages.com)
  • the caudal fin of a fish. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • a fish's caudal fin. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Here, we performed a large-scale, unbiased genetic screen for epithelial signaling deficiencies during the regeneration of amputated adult zebrafish fins, from which we identified several new mutants. (prolekare.cz)
  • But when you look at a modern fish, it's hard to imagine just how how fins like theirs evolved into the hands, wrists and fingers that you and any other four-limbed animal on earth has. (washingtonpost.com)
  • But now researchers examining an ancient (and still living) species of fish have found the common genetic link between fins and hands. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Researchers examined the switches controlling genes related to the development of fins in the gar fish and hands in mice. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Ten years ago, University of Chicago organismal biologist Neil Shubin discovered the fossils of the 375-million-year-old Tiktaalik roseae, a water-to-land transitional fish that had limb-like fins. (washingtonpost.com)
  • The shape, position and flexibility of fins display a high variability among fish taxa that accounts for a broad diversity of the locomotor functions. (biologists.org)
  • This in turn is highly facilitated by carrying out numerical simulations of swimming fish and their flapping fins. (biologists.org)
  • First Monaco, and then France supported the ban on blue fin tuna and now the Brit's are joining the campaign to save the endangered fish. (treehugger.com)
  • Forelimbs and hindlimbs of animals evolved from pectoral and pelvic fins of ancestral fish. (titech.ac.jp)
  • Their study revealed how the muscles for pectoral fins and pelvic fins of cartilaginous fish are formed. (titech.ac.jp)
  • It was believed that the muscles of the paired fins (collective term for pectoral and pelvic fins) of cartilaginous fish were derived from the epithelial dermomyotome directly extending into the fin bud, and not migratory muscle precursors. (titech.ac.jp)
  • Tanaka and colleagues then used embryos of the catshark, a cartilaginous fish, to verify the mechanism of paired fin muscle formation. (titech.ac.jp)
  • She graduated from Oxford University with a PhD in animal behaviour and, working first at the University of Glasgow and then at the University of Edinburgh, she developed a research programme investigating fish cognition and behaviour. (resurgence.org)
  • The fin whale's diet is unusually diverse for a cetacean , ranging from small crustaceans , such as copepods and krill , to fish and squid . (britannica.com)
  • How the hand and digits originated from fish fins during the Devonian fin-to-limb transition remains unsolved. (sciencemag.org)
  • We report the patterning of an autopod-like domain by hoxa13 during fin development of the Australian lungfish, the most closely related extant fish relative of tetrapods. (sciencemag.org)
  • Sarcopterygian fish, including the living lineages of the lungfishes and the coelacanth, as well as extinct tetrapodomorphs, show homologous structures in their fins to our proximal limb elements ( 3 - 10 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • One reason for the controversy in this research program stems from its reliance on work conducted on ray-finned fish (actinopterygians, such as zebrafish or paddlefish) whose fins are very different from those of the sarcopterygian crown group (lobe-finned fish), the lineage from which tetrapods derived. (sciencemag.org)
  • How this fish along with other cold-blooded animals, such as lizards, newts and frogs , can replace complex body parts with the ease of magicians has eluded scientists. (livescience.com)
  • Supporting this notion, a tail fin is made up of several different types of cells arranged into an intricate structure, making it the fish version of an arm or leg. (livescience.com)
  • Marine forensics might help scientists ease the pressure: Patterns buried within shark fins' DNA could reveal what region the fish came from-ultimately targeting those populations for conservation. (popularmechanics.com)
  • These fish have undergone significant developmental changes reducing their spinal cord, giving them a disk like appearance, and investing in two very large fins for propulsion. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fins first evolved on fish as a means of locomotion. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fish fins are used to generate thrust and control the subsequent motion. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fish, and other aquatic animals such as cetaceans, actively propel and steer themselves with pectoral and tail fins. (wikipedia.org)
  • Unlike dolphins, these fish do not feel the bubbles, because they have bony fins without nerve endings. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fish use multiple fins, so it is possible that a given fin can have a hydrodynamic interaction with another fin. (wikipedia.org)
  • The researchers found that males clearly preferred females with a larger pelvic fin and that pelvic fins grew in a more disproportionate way than other fins on female fish. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fins are usually the most distinctive anatomical features of a fish . (wikipedia.org)
  • Fins located in different places on the fish serve different purposes such as moving forward, turning, keeping an upright position or stopping. (wikipedia.org)
  • Most fish use fins when swimming, flying fish use pectoral fins for gliding, and frogfish use them for crawling. (wikipedia.org)
  • For every type of fin, there are a number of fish species in which this particular fin has been lost during evolution. (wikipedia.org)
  • In many fish, the pectoral fins aid in walking , especially in the lobe-like fins of some anglerfish and in the mudskipper . (wikipedia.org)
  • The paired pelvic or ventral fins are typically located ventrally below and behind the pectoral fins, although in many fish families they may be positioned in front of the pectoral fins (e.g. cods). (wikipedia.org)
  • The pelvic fin assists the fish in going up or down through the water, turning sharply, and stopping quickly. (wikipedia.org)
  • Pelvic fins can take many positions along the ventral surface of the fish. (wikipedia.org)
  • A fish can have up to three dorsal fins. (wikipedia.org)
  • The dorsal fins serve to protect the fish against rolling, and assist it in sudden turns and stops. (wikipedia.org)
  • This fin is used to stabilize the fish while swimming. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is frequently clipped off to mark hatchery-raised fish, though data from 2005 showed that trout with their adipose fin removed have an 8% higher tailbeat frequency. (wikipedia.org)
  • The orange-fin anemonefish (Amphiprion chrysopterus) is a marine fish belonging to the family Pomacentridae, the clownfishes and damselfishes, found in the Western Pacific north of the Great Barrier Reef from the surface to 20 m, to include the Pacific Ocean between Queensland, Australia, and New Guinea to the Marshall and Tuamotus Islands. (wikipedia.org)
  • The tail fins are generally white or yellow and vary depending on the area of origin (fish in the area surrounding Fiji and Tonga have yellow tails, fish from the Marshall and Solomon Islands have white tails). (wikipedia.org)
  • API FIN & BODY CURE Freshwater Fish Powder Medication treats bacterial disease, internal and external, in fish, including fin & tail rot, bacterial gill disease, hemorrhagic septicemia, ope. (animalcrackerskc.com)
  • API FIN & BODY CURE Freshwater Fish Treatment should only be used in freshwater aquariums. (animalcrackerskc.com)
  • API Aquarium Treatment Supplies are designed to work in conjunction with each other to provide best results to control algae, promote healthy bacterial growth and help control and cure fish diseases and conditions such as ich and fin rot. (animalcrackerskc.com)
  • This fish has fairly long pectoral fins (6) , and dark red eyes (5) . (arkive.org)
  • Sometimes, fin rot can be so severe that it also affects the body of the fish, eat it until it dies. (hubpages.com)
  • My betta fish has chronic fin issues. (justanswer.com)
  • Hello my betta fish has continuous fin issues. (justanswer.com)
  • How long has the betta fish had this fin rot? (justanswer.com)
  • Fish is the mostly widely consumed animal protein in the world and it's also the one of the most endangered, according to Schnell. (foodnavigator-usa.com)
  • Have you ever watched a fish swim and thought that all of the long, tiny bones in its pectoral fin looked a bit - just a little bit - like fingers? (sciencefriday.com)
  • Now, new research from the University of Chicago suggests that an evolutionary link does exist between fish fins and mammalian hands. (sciencefriday.com)
  • Kim Cooper, a professor of biological sciences at the University of California-San Diego, says the study's findings indicate that the genes to make long, pectoral-fin bones in fish may have been repurposed to make hands. (sciencefriday.com)
  • The loss of genes that guide the development of fins may help to explain how fish evolved into four-limbed vertebrates, according to a study. (gopetsamerica.com)
  • Fish must have fins and scales ( Lv . (encyclopedia.com)
  • The requirement that fish have fins and scales was qualified to include any fish that had scales at any point in its development even if they subsequently fell off (B.T., Ḥ ul . (encyclopedia.com)
  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) will destroy more than one ton of contraband ivory in New York City on Friday, June 19 alongside conservation leaders including International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). (ifaw.org)
  • Photographs were judged in three categories - macro, fish or marine animal portrait, wide-angle, plus the best overall submission. (dailymail.co.uk)
  • Sessile (attached) life attracts larger free-swimming animals like game fish, marine mammals and sea turtles - there to feed on the rich life that abounds. (calvertmarinemuseum.com)
  • So, Hawkins was astonished to find a fish with extra bone-two bonus bits in their front, or pectoral, fins. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • The fact that it exists in zebrafish, which come from a branch of fish that split off more than 400 million years ago from the branch that led to land animals, suggests the pathway was present in the ancestor of almost all modern bony fish. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • A lot of things we think are just in land animals are also in fish," he says. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • 3] N. Ono, M. Kusaka, M. Taya, C. Wang, Design of fish fin actuators using shape memory alloy composites, Smart Structures and Materials: Industrial and Commercial Applications of Smart Structures Technologies, edited by Eric H. Anderson, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5388, (2004). (scientific.net)
  • Fish have fins and gills, but they don't have necks. (livescience.com)
  • almost all cetaceans possess a dorsal fin that serves as a keel. (britannica.com)
  • The dorsal fin and flukes are composed of connective tissue, not bone. (britannica.com)
  • females and young males have a dorsal fin that is about half that size and distinctly sickle-shaped (falcate). (britannica.com)
  • Sexually dimorphic breeding tubercles (BTs) are keratinized epidermal structures that form clusters on the dorsal surface of the anterior rays of zebrafish male pectoral fins. (biologists.org)
  • In some species of Phoxinus , large BTs have been found to form clusters on the dorsal surface of the central to more anterior pectoral fin rays ( Chen and Arratia, 1996 ). (biologists.org)
  • As they swim, they use other fins, such as dorsal and anal fins, to achieve stability and refine their maneuvering. (wikipedia.org)
  • Dorsal fins are located on the back. (wikipedia.org)
  • In anglerfish , the anterior of the dorsal fin is modified into an illicium and esca , a biological equivalent to a fishing rod and lure . (wikipedia.org)
  • The bones that support the dorsal fin are called Pterygiophore . (wikipedia.org)
  • The crown jewel of the operation, though, was a state-of-the-art satellite transmitter, drilled and bolted onto the shark's dorsal fin. (wired.com)
  • 45 Aging Gag Using Dorsal Fin-Rays. (ufl.edu)
  • Percent agreement between ages estima ted from otoliths and dorsal fin rays relative to the otol ith-assigned age for Reader 1 (n=453). (ufl.edu)
  • Mean annular diameter of the first and second annulus was taken by measuring perpendicular to the axis of the inner gr oove of the base of a dorsal fin ray of gag. (ufl.edu)
  • Upon close observation, cutaneous ridges may be seen on the surface of a dolphin's skin that run circumferentially around the body trunk and vary in direction past the dorsal fin and other isolated areas. (seaworld.org)
  • We collected pectoral fin spines, vertebrae, and dorsal fin spines to estimate the fish's age. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Dorsal fin notched deeply with 10 spines in anterior and 1 spine and 26-30 soft rays in posterior portion. (calvertmarinemuseum.com)
  • For instance, while it's long been known that there are similarities between our arm bones and other bones in a fish's fin, scientists once thought that the skinny, finger-like bones of the pectoral fin had been lost in our common ancestor. (sciencefriday.com)
  • Have you ever looked at your hand or you five fingers and thought that it must be an evolutionary descendant of all those long tiny bones at the end of a fish's pectoral fins? (sciencefriday.com)
  • A team of scientists found this same signaling pathway also sparks the regeneration and subsequent growth of cells that make up tail fins in zebrafish . (livescience.com)
  • Cavitation damage can also occur to the tail fins of powerful swimming marine animals, such as dolphins and tuna. (wikipedia.org)
  • Airplanes achieve similar results with small specialised fins that change the shape of their wings and tail fins. (wikipedia.org)
  • Static tail fins are used as stabilizers Engineering fins are also used as heat transfer fins to regulate temperature in heat sinks or fin radiators. (wikipedia.org)
  • Inform students that all animals have one of three types of body coverings: fur, scales, or feathers. (education.com)
  • Tell your students that animals with scales are reptiles . (education.com)
  • Learn the difference between fur, feathers and scales with this adorable animal worksheet! (education.com)
  • Pectoral and pelvic fins are homologous to fore- and hindlimbs, respectively. (nih.gov)
  • Congress is considering toughening its 2000 ban on finning, in which fishermen chop off fins from a shark and throw it back into the ocean to die. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Due to China's economic boom and the status of shark's fin soup at events, such as weddings, a recent United Nations study claims that the Chinese are inadvertently threatening the survival of many shark species. (chinadigitaltimes.net)
  • The fin whale was once a commercially valuable species, but populations were substantially reduced during the mid-20th century by overhunting. (britannica.com)
  • The laws are weak and when you take the fins off, identifying these species is almost impossible,' Knights said. (cnn.com)
  • Similar DNA techniques have helped international authorities trace black-market elephant ivory to the regions where it was poached, and revealed that whale meat sold in some sushi restaurants came from endangered species-in these instances, both targeted animals are regulated by CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. (popularmechanics.com)
  • At Mote, our goal is to provide the most humane treatment possible for live-stranded dolphins and whales, while also creating a better scientific understanding of these animals and their needs to support conservation of these species in the wild. (mote.org)
  • In the spirit of the Accord for the Protection of Species at Risk, the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, and the Minister of Environment Canada invite all responsible jurisdictions and Canadians to support and implement this plan for the benefit of the fin whale and Canadian society as a whole. (gc.ca)
  • 2) The Minister shall, in accordance with the Regulations of 2011, establish and publish such particular conservation objectives as he or she, from time to time, considers necessary for the Special Area of Conservation with regard to the natural habitat type and animal and plant species specified in Schedule 3. (irishstatutebook.ie)
  • Shark Savers applauds the Convention on Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) on its agreement to list the giant manta ray (Manta birostris) on both its Appendix I and Appendix II, obligating its member countries to protect mantas and their habitats. (sharksavers.org)
  • Aquatic animals get significant thrust by moving fins back and forth in water. (wikipedia.org)
  • Often the tail fin is used, but some aquatic animals generate thrust from pectoral fins. (wikipedia.org)
  • Experimental Hydrodynamics of Fast-Floating Aquatic Animals presents the latest research on the physiological, morphological and evolutionary factors in aquatic animal locomotion. (elsevier.com)
  • Beginning with an overview on how to conduct experiments on swimming aquatic animals, assessing hydrodynamic forces, resistance and geometric parameters of animal bodies, the book then details how aquatic animals, such as fast-moving dolphins, can achieve high speeds without over-expelling their energy resources. (elsevier.com)
  • We detected overall bending moments of 1.5×10 −9 -4×10 −9 N m 2 along the proximal-distal axis of the appendage showing a non-monotonous pattern that was not due to the geometry of the fin itself. (biologists.org)
  • Today, competing mutually incompatible hypotheses propose that digits could result from adoption of a dermoskeletal genetic network by the distal endoskeleton following the evolutionary loss of fin rays ( 19 ) or alternatively, that they arose through the emergence of new forms of the hox gene regulation producing limb-specific gene expression domains ( 13 , 14 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • In rock-hard, spinous fins the distal is often fused to the middle, or not present at all. (wikipedia.org)
  • The results suggest a scheme for the fin-limb transition in which the distal autopods (digits) are neomorphic structures produced by unequal proliferation of the posterior part of an ancestral appendix. (nih.gov)
  • The distal part of these cartilages articulate with the pectoral fin radials, and the proximal part articulate with the synarcual (fusion of the first vertebrae). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Early in the preflexion stage, melanophores occur on the distal ~50-60% of the pectoral fin but they become more concentrated near the margin with development and are only on the distal 10-20% of the fin during the postflexion stage. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • In fact, different cell-types that are already present on the stump work together to re-grow a limb - in this case a fin. (understandinganimalresearch.org.uk)
  • For this reason, functional hands and feet with digits have traditionally been considered to be an evolutionary key innovation-"the fin-to-limb transition"-that first arose in tetrapods during the conquest of land ( 3 , 4 , 11 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • To compare the relative importance of Hox genes during fin versus limb morphogenesis, we cloned zebrafish (Danio rerio) HoxD and HoxA complex genes and analysed their expression during fin development. (nih.gov)
  • They found that the mutations led to a mouse limb with no fingers, and a zebrafish fin with significantly reduced fin bones. (sciencefriday.com)
  • This is an important breakthrough to understand the fin to limb transition. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • Fin whales have an incompliant aorta, which, we hypothesize, represents an adaptation to large, depth-induced variations in arterial transmural pressures. (biologists.org)
  • In comparison to the aorta of a terrestrial mammal, fin whales ( Balaenoptera physalus Linnaeus 1758) are reported to have an unusually compliant aortic arch coupled to an unusually incompliant aorta ( Shadwick and Gosline, 1994 ). (biologists.org)
  • The call of fin whales ( Balaenoptera physalus ) recorded in the Atlantic Ocean and played back at 10 times normal speed. (britannica.com)
  • For the fin whales located in the Forillon National Park, the minister responsible for the Parks Canada Agency (Parks Canada) is the competent minister. (gc.ca)
  • Because Atlantic fin whales can visit the territorial waters of the Nunavut Settlement Area and the Nunavik Marine Region, this management plan was sent to the wildlife management boards for their approval. (gc.ca)
  • The Atlantic population of fin whales was reduced by whaling during much of the 20th century. (gc.ca)
  • The fin whale ( Balaenoptera physalus ), also known as finback whale or common rorqual and formerly known as herring whale or razorback whale , is a cetacean belonging to the parvorder of baleen whales . (wikipedia.org)
  • Like all other large whales, the fin whale was heavily hunted during the 20th century. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fin whales are rorquals , members of the family Balaenopteridae , which also includes the humpback whale , the blue whale , Bryde's whale , the sei whale , and the minke whales . (wikipedia.org)
  • Washington, DC-The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) commends Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Johnny Isakson (R-GA) for introducing Tuesday the Scientific Assistance for Very Endangered (SAVE) Right Whales Act (S.2453) to help protect this highly imperiled. (awionline.org)
  • Naval protocols for training off Southern California and Hawaii will be reviewed again following an investigation into the death of two fin whales found stuck on the hull of an Australian destroyer during a joint training exercise with the U.S. Navy off San Diego. (mercurynews.com)
  • To address this need, we founded the National Marine Life Center to build a marine animal hospital within the stranding hotspot to give ailing sea turtles, seals, dolphins, porpoises and small whales the best chance for survival and return to the wild. (nmlc.org)
  • The paired pectoral fins are located on each side, usually just behind the operculum, and are homologous to the forelimbs of tetrapods . (wikipedia.org)
  • During courtship, the female cichlid, Pelvicachromis taeniatus, displays a large and visually arresting purple pelvic fin. (wikipedia.org)
  • The mechanical properties of mammalian arteries reflect the physiological loads they experience, so we examined a wide range of fin whale arteries. (biologists.org)
  • Because transmural pressures depend on thoracic pressures, we modelled the thorax of a diving fin whale to assess the likelihood of significant variation in transmural pressures. (biologists.org)
  • but the fin whale represents a more extreme separation of properties, with the thoracic aorta 30 times stiffer than the arch ( Shadwick and Gosline, 1994 ). (biologists.org)
  • The stiffness of the fin whale thoracic aorta was attributed to its unusually high collagen content ( Gosline and Shadwick, 1996 ). (biologists.org)
  • The fin whale aorta deviates from the terrestrial model by stiffening at what is believed to be below physiological pressures, affording little compliance at physiological pressures. (biologists.org)
  • Fin whale , ( Balaenoptera physalus ), also called finback whale, razorback whale , or common rorqual , a slender baleen whale , second in size to the blue whale and distinguishable by its asymmetrical coloration. (britannica.com)
  • The fin whale is generally gray with a white underside, but the right side of the head has a light gray area, a white lower jaw, and white baleen at the front of the mouth. (britannica.com)
  • Fin whale ( Balaenoptera physalus ). (britannica.com)
  • The fin whale is 18-27 metres (59-89 feet) long, with short baleen and 56-100 grooves along its throat and chest. (britannica.com)
  • Some fin whale populations live and feed in temperate waters during the summer and migrate to warmer waters in winter to breed. (britannica.com)
  • The fin whale and blue whale ( Balaeonoptera musculus ) are related, as both are rorquals belonging to the family Balaenopteridae. (britannica.com)
  • The competent ministers for the recovery of the fin whale have developed this management plan in collaboration with several experts (list in Appendix B) and in consultation with federal and provincial departments, Aboriginal communities, and non-governmental organizations. (gc.ca)
  • The fin whale was first described by Friderich Martens in 1675 and then again by Paul Dudley in 1725. (wikipedia.org)
  • A baleen whale that is the largest animal that ever lived on Earth. (enchantedlearning.com)
  • In the choir of St. Catherine's hall visitors stand under the 15-metre-long skeleton of a fin whale that was salvaged off Hiddensee in 1825. (meeresmuseum.de)
  • The historical fin whale skeleton shown in the choir of St. Catherine's hall and the whale's giant organs displayed in the showcase below seem like a logic set. (meeresmuseum.de)
  • Although all exhibits originate from the same fin whale that stranded off Rügen's west coast in 1825, their collective presentation is not self-evident. (meeresmuseum.de)
  • An unsteady hydrodynamic model of fin whale lunge-feeding is presented here to test whether engulfment is exclusively passive and compliant or involves muscle action. (royalsocietypublishing.org)
  • She said that the whale moved to keep her from a nearby shark, by nudging her with its head, tucking her under its giant pectoral fin and even lifting her out of the water at one point. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Recently, a humpback whale was spotted flapping its distinctive pectoral fin as boatmen nearby filmed the amazing animal. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Let's take the blue whale, which is known as one of the largest animals ever to exist. (boredpanda.com)
  • Now a study has revealed some of the genes responsible for the cellular pathways that let a zebrafish restore its tail fin. (livescience.com)
  • Veterinary and medical scientists wonder if warm-blooded animals that evolved from these simpler creatures, might still have untapped regenerative powers hidden in their genes. (livescience.com)
  • Another signaling pathway under the control of the so-called Wnt5b protein then turns down these genes, impairs cell growth and inhibits fin regeneration. (livescience.com)
  • Interestingly, fgf20a and igf2b ligand genes are induced within hours of fin amputation in mesenchymal cells, and perturbation of Fgf signaling via a mutation in the fgf20a ligand gene, or of Igf signaling by receptor inhibition, disrupts formation of the regeneration epidermis and subsequent bone regeneration [ 20 , 21 ]. (prolekare.cz)
  • The mutations unleash the same sets of genes that give rise to our own forearms, demonstrating that-even early in animal evolution-the potential for making landfall was already in place. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • Hawkins discovered two mutated genes, vav2 and waslb , on two different chromosomes that independently added bones to the fins . (europebreakingnews.net)
  • While shark finning is illegal in the U.S., current federal laws banning the practice do not address the issue of the shark fin trade, so shark fins are imported to the U.S. from countries with few or even no shark protections in place," notes Oceana. (treehugger.com)
  • Practice your child's science skills with this fun worksheet, which will help your child determine which animals have feathers, and which have fins. (education.com)
  • Shark fins are primarily derived through finning, a practice where by shark fins are removed at sea and the rest of the mutilated animal is thrown back in the water to die," said co-author Dr. Neil Hammerschlag, research assistant professor of Marine Affairs & Policy and director of the RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program (RJD) at UM. (miami.edu)
  • Shark fins are primarily derived through finning a practice where by. (bio-medicine.org)
  • One gene identified from this screen disrupts a specific component of the extracellular matrix material Laminin, Laminin beta 1a, a factor that we find to be dispensable in uninjured adult animals but required for all stages fin regeneration. (prolekare.cz)
  • Because there's so much regeneration everywhere in the animal world. (sciencefriday.com)
  • Researchers studying skeletons of the finger-size zebrafish have discovered mutants that grow extra bones in their front fins. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • Anatomically, this fin can be defined as a non-muscularized appendage that is stabilized by 16-18 rays that are further subdivided into segments and occasionally bifurcate. (biologists.org)
  • A fin is a thin component or appendage attached to a larger body or structure. (wikipedia.org)
  • It's easy to spot fin rot because it slowly eats away your bettas fins so that it becomes shorter and uglier. (hubpages.com)
  • Breeders have turned to intensive inbreeding in bettas in order to get the long fins and unusual colors. (justanswer.com)
  • In some bettas, the fin rot becomes chronic and has to be treated several times a year.In others, one treatment solves the problem. (justanswer.com)
  • when my female Betta approaches his nest he gets aggressive and nips their fins when will he embracei have a male red Betta (3inch in length) and 3 female bettas (1.5 inch) in a tank filled with 10 litres of water and height of about 12cms. (hubpages.com)
  • Fins and flippers are aquatically adapted appendages and typically aren't very useful in such an environment. (wikipedia.org)
  • Feet, Fins, & Flippers 5K Thank Yous! (nmlc.org)
  • Thank you to everyone who participated in the adventure that became NMLC's first VIRTUAL Feet, Fins, & Flippers 5K! (nmlc.org)
  • With 303 participants from 25 states and 4 countries, as well as with the wonderful sponsors below, this year's Feet, Fins, & Flippers 5K was our most successful to date. (nmlc.org)
  • Either of the anterior pair of fins attached to the pectoral girdle of fishes, corresponding to the forelimbs of other vertebrates. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Moving fins can provide thrust Cavitation can be a problem with high power applications, resulting in damage to propellers or turbines, as well as noise and loss of power. (wikipedia.org)
  • They are primarily killed for their fins alone, to fuel the growing demand for shark fin soup, which is an Asia delicacy. (miami.edu)
  • Not only does this work provide important information on one probable route of human exposure to BMAA, it may lead to a lowering of the demand for shark fin soup and consumption of shark products, which will aid ocean conservation efforts," added Hammerschlag. (miami.edu)
  • Will this effect the demand for shark fin soup and other shark fin products worldwide? (miami.edu)
  • However, as the demand for shark fin continues to rise, so too does the price, and shark fins have become a hot commodity. (greenpeace.org)
  • Navy officials said they employ various protective measures such as 24-7 lookouts who stand on the stern and aft of the ships to spot marine life and reducing power and speed when animals are sighted. (mercurynews.com)
  • A new study by University of Miami (UM) scientists in the journal Marine Drugs has discovered high concentrations of BMAA in shark fins, a neurotoxin linked to neurodegenerative diseases in humans including Alzheimer's and Lou Gehrig Disease (ALS). (miami.edu)
  • This entry was posted in Marine Affairs & Policy and tagged Alzheimers , BMAA , Dr. Deborah Mash , Dr. Neil Hammerschlag , Lou Gehrig Disease , Miami Brain Endowment Bank , R.J. Dunlap Marine Conservation Program , Shark Fin Soup by RSMAS . (miami.edu)
  • Help Marine Animals when you shop on Amazon! (nmlc.org)
  • The National Marine Life Center is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) marine animal hospital and science and education center. (nmlc.org)
  • The National Marine Life Center is building a new Marine Animal Hospital and Discovery Center. (nmlc.org)
  • Each year hundreds of helpless marine animals, all federally protected and most endangered, beach on our shores, alive and in desperate need of medical care. (nmlc.org)
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  • Knowledge treating marine animals has improved human medical treatment for ailments such as middle ear infections and pediatric joint injuries. (nmlc.org)
  • Designed from stem to stern as a model green facility, the National Marine Life Center will meet the medical and rehabilitative needs of stranded marine animals in Cape Cod and the northeast region, while we model through example the key lessons of ocean conservation. (nmlc.org)
  • Nevertheless, they cannot swim faster because the cavitation bubbles create a vapor film around their fins that limits their speed. (wikipedia.org)
  • It has red dots that r swelling in its fins, the fins have holes in them, and it can't swim normally. (justanswer.com)
  • Thus, the biophysical values suggest that the flexibility of the fin during its hydrodynamic performance predominantly relies on the mechanical properties of the rays. (biologists.org)
  • Furthermore, characterization of the physical parameters of the tissues can be relevant for interdisciplinary studies on the interplay between hydrodynamic forces and genetic pathways regulating fin patterning and growth. (biologists.org)
  • The irony is that shark fin is flavorless -- its cartilage has a chewy consistency. (cnn.com)
  • The soup uses only the fins' cartilage needles, which provide a gelatinous texture but no flavor. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • The study suggests that consumption of shark fin soup and cartilage pills may pose a significant health risk for degenerative brain diseases. (miami.edu)
  • Fins typically function as foils that produce lift or thrust, or provide the ability to steer or stabilize motion while traveling in water, air, or other fluid media. (wikipedia.org)
  • Turbines and propellers (and sometimes fans and pumps) use a number of rotating fins, also called foils, wings, arms or blades. (wikipedia.org)
  • Certain rays of the pectoral fins may be adapted into finger-like projections, such as in sea robins and flying gurnards . (wikipedia.org)
  • 11 Fin Rays. (ufl.edu)
  • 21 Fin Rays. (ufl.edu)
  • PAGE 6 vi Annulus Formation in Otoliths and Fin Rays. (ufl.edu)
  • Measures of precision within-reader , between-readers, and between aging structures for otoliths and fin rays , where CV=coefficient of variation, APE=average percent error, rc=Lin’s concordance correlation, and n=sample size. (ufl.edu)
  • Catch-at-age differences in gag aged using either otoliths or fin rays. (ufl.edu)
  • Translucent zones for fin rays are enumerated, labeled here as 1, 2, and 3. (ufl.edu)
  • And it has a gelatinous dermis between the fin rays that it can flash to startle predators. (listverse.com)
  • Fin and flipper locomotion occurs mostly in aquatic locomotion, and rarely in terrestrial locomotion. (wikipedia.org)
  • Researchers and practicing biologists focusing on animal physiology and locomotion. (elsevier.com)
  • Which raises the question: does bird watching or being around animals in nature (that we can't touch) help humans emotionally too? (pawmanefin.com)
  • As director of the department of comparative medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the 52-year-old scientist, who holds doctorates in veterinary medicine and in pathology, studies the way similar diseases attack humans and animals. (baltimoresun.com)
  • The concentrations of BMAA in the samples are a cause for concern, not only in shark fin soup, but also in dietary supplements and other forms ingested by humans," says study co-author Prof. Deborah Mash, Director of the University of Miami Brain Endowment Bank. (miami.edu)
  • We often hear about the biggest animals that would easily tower over humans twice, thrice, and some even ten times. (boredpanda.com)
  • The main material of the fin consists of an array of similar bony elements (lepidotrichia) interconnected by soft tissue. (biologists.org)
  • The 'Planet in Peril' crew traveled with Knights to Taiwan's southern port city of Kaohsiung, which is considered one of the world's main hubs for shark fins. (cnn.com)
  • The world's fin dealers congregate at Alibaba.com , a publicly traded Chinese company partly owned by Yahoo that lists about 300 sellers. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • They found that about a quarter of the hammerhead fins on the Asian market came from the western Atlantic, where hammerhead populations have dropped by about 85 percent in recent years. (popularmechanics.com)
  • This could lead to study of more animals in this area, providing valuable evidence of evolutionary trends in sociability. (earthtimes.org)
  • But at this port, we see more fins than bodies as a forklift scoops up large piles of fins and dumps them into a truck. (cnn.com)
  • Along the margin at the rear of their bodies is a line of small rayless, non-retractable fins, known as finlets. (wikipedia.org)
  • Adaptation Fins and streamlined bodies. (prezi.com)
  • Foil shaped fins generate thrust when moved, the lift of the fin sets water or air in motion and pushes the fin in the opposite direction. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fins can also generate thrust if they are rotated in air or water. (wikipedia.org)
  • Propellers use the fins to translate torquing force to lateral thrust, thus propelling an aircraft or ship. (wikipedia.org)
  • The pressure distribution on fin surface was computed and integrated to provide fin forces which were decomposed into lift and thrust. (scientific.net)
  • An environment-friendly propulsion system mimicking undulating fins of stingray had been built. (scientific.net)
  • Finally, we draw a conclusion that the generated propulsion force of the biomimetic propulsor is gradually increase with the obliquity of the fin ray from 0 degree till a certain angle and then gradually decrease with the obliquity of the fin ray from the certain angle till 90 degree. (scientific.net)
  • According to the Bible, animals permitted for Jewish consumption must have fully cloven hooves and chew the cud ( Lv . (encyclopedia.com)
  • Boats control direction (yaw) with fin-like rudders, and roll with stabilizer fins and keel fins. (wikipedia.org)
  • They use their fins to propel themselves through the water in this swimming motion. (wikipedia.org)
  • Canadian researchers identified a neural network in the fin, indicating that it likely has a sensory function, but are still not sure exactly what the consequences of removing it are. (wikipedia.org)
  • Researchers are not entirely certain why or how animals help reduce the risk of asthma. (pawmanefin.com)
  • This book is essential for researchers and practicing biologists interested in the study of aquatic animal locomotive physiology and its application to human technology. (elsevier.com)
  • Researchers have long been intrigued by the seemingly great leap that landed animals on terra firma. (europebreakingnews.net)
  • A global campaign to end the harvesting and selling of shark's fins, along with a crackdown within China on lavish banquets, where the fins were often served, is now seeing results. (chinadigitaltimes.net)
  • Shark's fin soup has long been considered a delicacy in Chinese communities around the world, served for special occasions and for honored guests. (chinadigitaltimes.net)
  • That is just horrible - I read quite a bit on finning and I understood that in many cases the fins need to be attached to the shark's body when br. (greenpeace.org)
  • The latter portion of the fin whale's scientific name, physalus , was once used in reference to all rorquals. (britannica.com)
  • The fin whale's body is long and slender, coloured brownish-grey with a paler underside. (wikipedia.org)
  • It was not before 1978 that some of the fin whale's organs - its penis, trachea and aortic arch - reached Stralsund through scientific exchange. (meeresmuseum.de)
  • Last year, the state's boats landed 45,480 pounds of shark fins, less than half the previous year's catch because of a technical adjustment to quotas. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • this is actually a modification of the anterior portion of the pectoral fin. (wikipedia.org)
  • and the jugular position, when the pelvics are anterior to the pectoral fins, as seen in the burbot . (wikipedia.org)
  • Attendees will also have the opportunity to make their own Dance of Death linoleum cuts, draw from real anatomical specimens and/or animal skeletons, try their hand at the arcane art of carbon dust medical illustration, witness a demonstration of medical wax moulage , and learn about the musculoskeletal system via an "anatomy performance" using a live model. (blogspot.com)