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Fish swimbladder: an excellent mesodermal inductor in primary embryonic induction. (1/551)

Swimbladder of the crucian carp, Carassius auratus, was found to be better as a vegatalizing tissue than other tissues, such as guinea-pig bone marrow, when presumptive ectoderm of Triturus gastrulae was used as reacting tissue. Swimbladder usually induced assemblies of highly organized mesodermal tissues, such as notochord, somites and pronephric tubules, some of which were covered by mesodermal epithelium without any epidermal covering. A special character of the effect of swimbladder was the rather frequent induction of solid balls of undifferentiated cells, which were identified as mesodermal or mesodermal and probably endodermal. These findings show that swimbladder has a strong and fast spreading vegetalizing effect on the responding presumptive ectoderm.  (+info)

Preliminary characterization of a reovirus isolated from golden ide Leuciscus idus melanotus. (2/551)

Some characteristics of a reovirus recently isolated from golden ide Leuciscus idus melanotus and tentatively designated as golden ide reovirus (GIRV) were determined. Spherical non-enveloped particles with an outer capsid of about 70 nm and an inner capsid of about 50 nm were observed by electron microscopy. The density of the virus determined in CsCl gradients was 1.36 g ml-1. The genome contained 11 segments of dsRNA. GIRV differed from other aquareoviruses by a slight reduction of infectivity after treatment with chloroform and by the absence of forming syncytia in cell monolayers.  (+info)

Inter-laboratory comparison of cell lines for susceptibility to three viruses: VHSV, IHNV and IPNV. (3/551)

Eleven European National Reference Laboratories participated in an inter-laboratory comparison of the susceptibility of 5 selected cell lines to 3 fish pathogenic viruses. The test included viral hemorrhagic septicaemia virus (VHSV); infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV) and infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (IPNV), and the cell lines derived from bluegill fry (BF-2), chinook salmon embryo (CHSE-214), epithelioma papulosum cyprini (EPC), fathead minnow (FHM) and rainbow trout gonad (RTG-2). The results showed that for isolation of VHSV, BF-2 and RTG-2 cells performed equally well and had higher sensitivity compared to the other cell lines. For IHNV, EPC and FHM cells gave the best results, and for IPNV it was BF-2 and CHSE-214 cells. FHM cells showed the largest variability among laboratories, whereas EPC was the cell line showing the smallest variability.  (+info)

Branchial osteogenetic neoplasm in barbel Barbus barbus plebejus. (4/551)

A branchial osteogenetic neoplasm affecting a barbel Barbus barbus plebejus (Valenciennes, 1829) is described. The osteoblasts' pleomorphism, the lack of a well-developed and complete separation, the presence of eccentric, terminal proliferative edges infiltrating the lining tissues and the abundant tumour matrix suggest a histopathological diagnosis of a 'productive osteoblastic osteosarcoma'. The occurrence of eosinophilic granule cells (EGCs) scattered among neoplastic tissue is discussed in relation to the neoplastic growth and the inflammatory reaction, with reference to recent discoveries in mammalian mast cell biology.  (+info)

Phylogenetic origins of immune recognition: lymphocyte surface immunoglobulins in the goldfish, Carassius auratus. (5/551)

Membrane immunoglobulin (Ig) of splenocytes and thymocytes of the goldfish, Carassius auratus, was demonstrated by indirect fluorescent-antibody techniques. Observations on shedding and resynthesis indicated that the thymocyte Ig was endogenously produced. The lymphocyte surface proteins were radioiodinated using the lactoperoxidase-catalyzed reaction, and the labeled Ig molecules were isolated by specific precipitation and analyzed by sodium dodecyl sulfate/polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. The IgM-like membrane Igs of splenocytes and thymocytes were shown to differ in their ease of solubilization with nonionic detergent, and in the sodium dodecyl sulfate/electrophoretic mobility of their heavy chains. The significance of these observations for the evolution of T-cell recognition is discussed.  (+info)

Experimental detection of the actinospores of Myxobolus pseudodispar (Myxosporea: Myxobolidae) in oligochaete alternate hosts. (6/551)

The development of Myxobolus pseudodispar Gorbunova, 1936, an intracellular myxosporean muscle parasite of the roach Rutilus rutilus L., was studied in experimentally infected oligochaetes. In one experiment, uninfected Tubifex tubifex Muller and Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri (Claparede) were exposed to mature spores of M. pseudodispar. Triactinomyxon spores developed both in T. tubifex and L. hoffmeisteri specimens. Triactinospores were first released from the oligochaetes 76 d after initial exposure. At that time, pansporocysts containing 8 triactinospores were located in the gut epithelium of experimentally infected oligochaetes, but free actinosporean stages were also found in their gut lumen. Each triactinospore had 3 pyriform polar capsules and an elongated cylindrical sporoplasm with 8 secondary cells. The spore body joined the 3 caudal projections with a relatively long style. One of the 3 caudal projections was shorter than the other two. The total length of the triactinospore was on average 206.5 microns.  (+info)

Establishing a captive broodstock for the endangered bonytail chub (Gila elegans). (7/551)

It is crucial for endangered species to retain as much genetic variation as possible to enhance recovery. Bonytail chub (Gila elegans) is one the most imperiled freshwater fish species, persisting as a declining population of large and old individuals primarily in Lake Mohave on the lower Colorado River. Establishment of a new captive broodstock from the 1981 F1 progeny of at most 10 wild fish plus any newly captured wild fish is evaluated and reviewed. The effective number of founders contributing to the 1981 F1 progeny appears quite small, varying from approximately 3.5, based on F1 allozyme data and supported by mtDNA data, to approximately 8.5, based on the original production records. Using a sample of these progeny to initiate a new broodstock further reduces the effective number of founders. With even the most optimistic evaluation of the amount of genetic variation in F1 progeny, it is obvious that including wild fish in the broodstock is essential to increase the amount of genetic variation. The approach given here could be applied to retain genetic variation in other endangered species in a captive broodstock until they have stable natural populations of adequate size.  (+info)

Mitochondrial DNA differentiation in the critically endangered Berg River redfin (Pseudobarbus burgi). (8/551)

The Berg River redfin (Pseudobarbus burgi) is a critically endangered endemic cyprinid from South Africa. We investigated mitochondrial DNA control region variation among specimens representative of five populations drawn from two adjacent river systems. Phylogenetic analyses, a minimum spanning network, and an analysis of molecular variance underscore the pronounced genetic separation of redfins originating from the geographically closely allied Verlorevlei and Berg Rivers, two populations that may have remained isolated since the Pleistocene. Despite a lack of geographic structuring within the Berg River, historic female gene flow among the upper and middle/lower parts of the river appears to be limited and the contemporary populations are probably isolated due to deterioration of the mainstream of the river. Our results suggest that the Berg and Verlorevlei populations should be managed as distinct conservation units. We encourage the use of sanctuaries, particularly by private landowners within both river systems, as this approach may contribute effectively to preserving genetic diversity within the species.  (+info)

*Cyprinidae

List of fish families Media related to Cyprinidae at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Cyprinidae at Wikispecies Froese, Rainer ... The Cyprinidae are the family of freshwater fishes, collectively called cyprinids, that includes the carps, the true minnows, ... 2015). "Cyprinidae" in FishBase. July 2015 version. Eschmeyer, W.N.; Fong, J.D. (2015). "Species by family/subfamily". Catalog ... link) Borkenhagen, K (2014). "A new genus and species of cyprinid fish (Actinopterygii, Cyprinidae) from the Arabian Peninsula ...

*Labeobarbus mirabilis

Studies on African Cyprinidae. Part II". Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Zoology. 26 (1): 91-94. Banister, K ... doi:10.1111/zoj.12366 . Lévêque, C.; Daget, J. (1984). "Cyprinidae". In Daget, J.; Gosse, J.-P.; Thys van den Audenaerde, D. F ... Banister, K. E. (1973). "A revision of the large Barbus (Pisces, Cyprinidae) of east and central Africa. ... Cyprinidae): review of a tumultuous history". Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 177 (2): 295. ...

*Labeobarbus somereni

Studies on African Cyprinidae Part I". Bulletin of the British Musum (Natural History). Zoology. 24 (5): 266-271; Pl. 1, Fig. a ... Lévêque, C.; Daget, J. (1984). "Cyprinidae". In Daget, J.; Gosse, J.-P.; Thys van den Audenaerde, D. F. E. Check-list of the ... n. (Cyprinidae) avec synopsis des grandes espèces de Barbus du Rwanda". Cybium. 14 (1): 13-15. Boulenger, George Albert (1916 ... Studies on African Cyprinidae. Part II". Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Zoology. 26 (1): 111-115. Eccles, ...

*Jullien's golden carp

There are 26 families in this order, and the Jullien's golden carp is part of the Cyprinidae family. The Cyprinidae family ... "Cyprinidae." A Dictionary of Zoology. : Oxford University Press, 2009. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 3 May. 2014. ... The Jullien's golden carp (Probarbus jullieni) is a species of endangered freshwater ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family ...

*Black carp

Part 1. Cyprinidae. Science Press, Beijing, China. Chu X. 1984.The fishes of Fujian Province. Part 1. Fujian Science and ...

*John McClelland (doctor)

Indian Cyprinidae. Asiatic Researches 19: 217-471. The standard author abbreviation McClell. is used to indicate this person as ...

*Squaliobarbinae

"Cyprinidae Rafinesque, 1815". World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved 9 December 2017. William Eschmeyer (ed.). "Catalog of ... Squaliobarbinae is a small subfamily of the carp and minnow family, Cyprinidae, which consists of three monotypic genera which ... 2008). "Molecular phylogenetics of the family Cyprinidae (Actinopterygii: Cypriniformes) as evidenced by sequence variation in ... Cyprinidae) and the Taxonomic Status of the Family-Group Name Oxygastrinae Bleeker, 1860". Copeia. 2013 (1): 13-22. Joseph S. ...

*Bluntnose minnow

"Minnow Family Cyprinidae". Cornell DNR. Archived from the original on 17 April 2012. Retrieved 3 May 2012. ...

*Sinocyclocheilus

Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae) from Guangxi, China. Zoological Research, 34 (5): 459-463. Li, J., Li, X. & Mayden, R.L. (2014): ... Teleostei: Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Zootaxa, 3768 (5): 583-590. Li, J. & Li, X.-H. (2014): Sinocyclocheilus gracilis, a new ... Sinocyclocheilus is a genus of freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae endemic to China, where only found in Guangxi, Guizhou ... Zhu, D.-G. & Zhu, Y. (2012): A new species Sinocyclycheilus flexuosdorsalis (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae) from Guangxi, China. ...

*Barbus

Studies on African Cyprinidae. Part II. Bulletin of the British Museum, 26 (1): 3-148. Antal, L., László, B., Kotlík, P., ... Barbus is a genus of ray-finned fish in the family Cyprinidae. The type species of Barbus is the common barbel, first described ... ISBN 0-7858-0867-1 Banister, K.E. (1973): A revision of the large Barbus (Pisces, Cyprinidae) of East and Central Africa. ...

*Weberian apparatus

Cyprinidae Rosen, Donn Eric; P. Humphry Greenwood (1970-08-26). "Origin of the Weberian Apparatus and the Relationships of the ...

*Malabar black-backed barb

The Malabar black-backed barb (Puntius nigronotus) is a species of fish in the family Cyprinidae in the Puntius genus. The ... Puntius nigronotus, a new fish species (Cypriniformes; Cyprinidae) from Kerala, India. Journal of Research in Biology 4(8):1581 ...

*Hornyhead chub

The hornyhead chub (Nocomis biguttatus) is a small species of minnow in the Cypriniformes Order (Cyprinidae family). It mainly ... Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Cypriniformes (Carps) > Cyprinidae (Minnows or carps) > Leuciscinae. NatureServe (2013). " ...

*Cyprinella whipplei

"Family Cyprinidae--Minnow Family". Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Archived from the original on 2012-03-18. ...

*Clear chub

The clear chub (Hybopsis winchelli) is a species of freshwater fish in the carp family (Cyprinidae). Hybopsis winchelli is a ... Cyprinidae (General) NatureServe (2013). "Hybopsis winchelli". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2013: e. ...

*Labeobarbus microbarbis

Studies on African Cyprinidae. Part II". Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Zoology. 26 (1): 87-89, 139. De Vos ... Banister, Keith Edward (1973). "A revision of the large Barbus (Pisces, Cyprinidae) of east and central Africa. ...

*Phayao Lake

There are about 50 species of fishes.(striped catfish, black ear catfish, cyprinidae, carp, nile tilapia, common climbing perch ... Whitebait Cyprinidae Water hyacinth Thai2english. Retrieved October 16, 2017 from https://www.thai2english.com/dictionary/ ...

*Tribolodon

Teleostei, Cyprinidae) from Japan" (PDF). Bulletin of the National Science Museum (Tokyo), Ser. A. 40 (4): 219-229. CS1 maint: ...

*Chelaethiops minutus

... is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. It is endemic to Lake Tanganyika and its outflow ... "Order Cypriniformes: Family Cyprinidae: Subfamily Danioninae". ETYFish. Retrieved 21 September 2017. ...

*Arabibarbus

... is a genus of Cyprinidae. They are large freshwater carps found in the Arabian Peninsula, Mesopotamia and Iran. ... Cyprinidae) from the Arabian Peninsula, and its phylogenetic and zoogeographic affinities. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 97 ...

*Barbodes quinquemaculatus

... is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish from the carp and minnow family, Cyprinidae which is found ... "All Fishes ⇒ Cyprinidae ⇒ Cyprininae ⇒ Barbodes quinquemaculatus". Aquatic Republic. Retrieved 13 December 2017. ...

*Cypriniformes

The Cyprinidae in particular are important in a variety of ways. Many species are important food fish, particularly in Europe ... FishBase (2004d): Family Cyprinidae - Minnows or carps. Version of 2004-NOV-22. Retrieved 2007-03-05. FishBase (2004e): Family ... The most notable family placed here is Cyprinidae (carps and minnows) which make up two-thirds of the order's diversity. This ... In particular, Cyprinidae of southwestern North America have been severely affected; a considerable number went entirely ...

*Fuxian Lake

Qin, J.; Xu, J.; Xie, P. (2007). "Diet overlap between the endemic fish Anabarilius grahami (Cyprinidae) and the exotic ... Wang, Yang, and Chen (2013). Phylogeny and Biogeography of Percocypris (Cyprinidae, Teleostei). PLoS ONE 8(6): e61827. doi: ...

*Qinghai Lake

ISBN 3-577-14380-0 Zhang, Ludwig, Zhang, Tong, Li, Tang, Peng & Zhao (2015). Gymnocypris przewalskii (Cyprinidae) on the ...

*Gobioninae

Yu Zeng; Huanzhang Liu (April 2011). "The evolution of pharyngeal bones and teeth in Gobioninae fishes (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) ... Cyprinidae: Gobioninae)". Mol Phylogenet Evol. 61: 103-24. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2011.05.022. PMID 21672635. ... Cyprinidae Minnows or carps Subfamily: Gobioninae". Fishbase. Retrieved 15 October 2017. ...
Taxonomy and molecular phylogeny of Myxobolus bilobus n.sp. (Myxozoa) parasitizing Notemigonus crysoleucas (Cyprinidae) in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada
Other articles where Golden shiner is discussed: minnow: The golden shiner, or American roach (Notemigonus cryseleucas), a larger, greenish and golden minnow attaining a length of 30 cm and a weight of 0.7 kg (1.5 pounds), is both edible and valuable as bait.
The response of six species of freshwater fish, from the families Cyprinidae (common carp Cyprinus carpio; roach Rutilus rutilus; chub Leuciscus cephalus) and Salmonidae (rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss; brown trout Salmo trutta; Arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus), to a standardised stressor was evaluated. A six hour period of confinement resulted in changes to plasma cortisol, glucose, amino acid and lactate levels compared to unconfined controls. There were significant differences in the response profiles both within and between families. The cyprinid species exhibited higher and more sustained stress-induced increases in plasma cortisol and glucose than the salmonid species. In cyprinids plasma lactate and plasma amino acid concentration showed less disturbance following stress than in salmonids. The results of the study, together with an evaluation of previously published data for eight salmonid species and six cyprinid species support the hypothesis that differences in core elements of the ...
Developmental and reproductive effects of 17β-estradiol (E2) exposure on two generations of fathead minnows and one generation of bluegill sunfish were assessed. Fish were exposed to E2 for six continuous weeks in outdoor mesocosms simulating natural lake environments. First generation fish were exposed while sexually mature. Second generation fathead minnows were exposed either during early development, sexual maturity, or both stages. Multiple endpoints were measured to assess effects of E2 exposure on fecundity and fish health and development. Plasma vitellogenin concentrations were highly variable in all fish. Differences in egg production timing for both species indicate differences in fecundity between females exposed to E2 and controls. First generation fathead minnows exposed to E2 had lower body condition factors and reduced secondary sexual characteristic expression by males. Only a difference in relative liver weight was observed in second generation fathead minnows. First generation
en] Eco-ethology as expressed in migration patterns, hybridisation level, growth rates in river conditions, and reproductive behaviour in a controlled environment were investigated in natural common bream Abramis brama × roach Rutilus rutilus and common bream × silver bream Blicca bjoerkna hybrids. From 2001 to 2003, hybrids and parental species were captured in a fish pass trap at the Lixhe dam on the Belgian Meuse River during their reproductive migration. The fish pass was checked 3 days a week and the water temperature was recorded hourly. The results showed that these hybrids were less frequent but they had migrated during the same period and in the same environmental conditions as the parental species. Scale readings showed that the growth of hybrids was intermediate between the two parent species growth. In controlled environments, the female hybrid mated with one to two males, including male hybrids, in reproductive experiments between hybrids; they also mated with male hybrid and ...
Michael Shiner (ca. 1805-1880), born enslaved but free by 1840, wrote a "diary" (or memoir, as he apparently wrote it years later) covering his observations of life as an employee of the Washington Navy Yard and as a resident of the city from 1813 to 1869. Few first-hand citizen accounts of that period of Washington history exist today from anyone, African American or white.. Born in Maryland, Shiner is believed to have been enslaved by the James Pumphrey family. He came to Washington around age seven and was working at the Washington Navy Yard as early as 1826. Thomas Howard, the chief clerk of the Navy Yard, purchased Shiner in 1828 and leased his labor to the Navy Yard Paint Shop.. Howard died in 1832, and his will stipulated that Shiner be manumitted (released from slavery) in eight years. The 1840 federal census in fact listed Shiner and his wife and children as free people of color.. Shiners reminiscences, which can be read in transcript form on the Department of the Navy web site ...
There were six team members, and they all had a different responsibility. They ran a minnow seine down the length of the pond and then transferred all of the catch into a floating holding basket. They got to wrestle with a big snapping turtle before they could start counting.. They counted each and every fish in the basket. There were lots of species you would recognize. There were bullheads, fathead minnows, and sunfish of three different varieties. There were white suckers, common shiners and several others I cant remember. Guess what, they even found some Topeka shiners. There were hundreds of minnows and fish to be counted. They found Topeka shiners in four of the seven oxbows they surveyed. It is not just the Topeka shiner that benefits from the more than 100 completed aquatic habitat projects. Other species of special concern like the plains top minnow and the Iowa darter are also sampled in different project areas. The Minnesota DNR even found a Blanchards cricket frog which had not ...
Inhabits muddy pools of headwaters, creeks, small rivers and ponds (Ref. 5723). Also found in lakes (Ref. 10294). Tolerates unsuitable conditions (e.g., turbid, hot, poorly oxygenated, intermittent streams) for most fishes (Ref. 5723). Feeds on detritus and algae (Ref. 10294). Spawns in still-water habitats along shores (Ref. 59043). Introductions consequently caused the spread of the enteric red-mouth disease throughout northern Europe which infected wild and cultured trouts and eels (Ref. 1739). Maintained a relatively high metabolic rate and level of activity under hypoxic conditions (Ref. 77050). Individuals that survived the hypoxic conditions during winter had rapid growth rates after ice-off (Ref. 77048). ...
Monroe I, Wentworth S, Thede K, Aravindabose V, Garvin J, Packer RK. Activity changes in gill ion transporter enzymes in response to salinity and temperature in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas).Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol. 2018 Oct 31;228:29-34. doi: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2018.10.018. [Epub ahead of print]. Wentworth SA1, Thede K2, Aravindabose V2, Monroe I1, Thompson AW1, Molyneaux N3, Owen CL4, Burns JR1, Gonzalez-Vicente A2, Garvin JL2, Packer RK1 (2018).Transcriptomic analysis of changes in gene expression of immune proteins of gill tissue in response to low environmental temperature in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas). Comp Biochem Physiol Part D Genomics Proteomics. 2018 Mar;25:109-117. doi: 10.1016/j.cbd.2017.11.004. Epub 2018 Jan 31.. Turban S., Beutler K.T., Morris R.G., Masilamini S., Fenton R.A., Knepper M.A., Packer R.K. (2006) Long-Term Regulation of Proximal Tubule Acid-Base Transporter Abundance by Angiotensin II. In Press, Kidney International 60: ...
ABSTRACT: This study evaluated the hematological profile and condition factor (Kn) of tui chub Siphateles bicolor and fathead minnow Pimephales promelas and their associations with larvae of Contracaecum sp. infection of the heart. A total of 30 tui chub and 17 fathead minnow were collected from Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, USA, measured, and weighed and blood was drawn for hematological analysis. Nematode larvae parasitized tui chub with a prevalence of 50% and mean intensity of 1.40, while 11.8% of fathead minnow were parasitized at a mean intensity of 1.0. Non-parasitized tui chub were significantly larger than the parasitized fish, indicating that small fish could be easily predated by the definitive host, a piscivorous bird. Although the relatively large worm occupied a large portion of the atrium, the presence of the larvae did not affect tui chub Kn, possibly associated with low parasite intensity and a harmonic co-evolution. Only parasitized fathead minnow showed significant differences ...
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The FHM (Fat Head Minnow) line of epithelial cells was derived from tissue posterior to the anus, exclusive of the caudal fin, of normal adult minnows of both sexes by M. Gravell and R.G. Malsberger, in April, 1962.
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This Test Guideline describes an in vivo screening assay for fish reproduction where sexually mature male and spawning female fish are held together and exposed to a chemical during a limited part of their life-cycle (21 days). The short term reproduction assay was validated in the fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) and this is the recommended species. The assay is run with three test chemical concentrations and the necessary controls, including a carrier control if necessary. For the fathead minnow, four replicate test vessels are used for each treatment level and control(s). During the conduct of the assay, the egg production is measured quantitatively daily in each test vessel. At termination of the 21-day exposure period, two biomarker endpoints are measured in males and females separately, as indicators of endocrine activity of the test chemical; these endpoints are vitellogenin and secondary sexual characteristics. Gonads of both sexes are also preserved and histopathology may be evaluated to
Test chambers for conducting in situ fish bioassays were constructed from 8L polyethylene bottles. Yearling fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) and young-of-the-year bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) demonstrated greater than 50 percent survival in the chambers after 65 days of exposure in a reservoir, river, and creek. Fathead minnow survival was substantially greater than that of bluegills. The chambers provide a simple, inexpensive, sensitive technique to screen effluents for toxicity.
Background Squalius alburnoides is an Iberian cyprinid fish resulting from an interspecific hybridisation between Squalius pyrenaicus females (P genome) and males of an unknown Anaecypris hispanica- like species (A genome). S. alburnoides is an allopolyploid hybridogenetic complex, which makes it a likely candidate for ploidy mosaicism occurrence, and is also an interesting model to address questions about gene expression regulation and genomic interactions. Indeed, it was previously suggested that in S. alburnoides triploids (PAA composition) silencing of one of the three alleles (mainly of the P allele) occurs. However, not a whole haplome is inactivated but a more or less random inactivation of alleles varying between individuals and even between organs of the same fish was seen. In this work we intended to correlate expression differences between individuals and/or between organs to the occurrence of mosaicism, evaluating if mosaics could explain previous observations and its impact on the ...
Using 3 cyprinid fish species zebra fish, rare minnow, and juvenile grass carp, we conducted assays of lethal reaction and ventilatory response to analyze sensitivity of the fish to 4 heavy metals. Our results showed that the 96 h LC50 of Hg(2+) to zebra fish, juvenile grass carp, and rare minnow were 0.14 mg L(-1), 0.23 mg L(-1), and 0.10 mg L(-1), respectively; of Cu(2+)0.17 mg L(-1), 0.09 mg L(-1), and 0.12 mg L(-1) respectively; of Cd(2+)6.5 mg L(-1), 18.47 mg L(-1), 5.36 mg L(-1), respectively; and of Zn(2+)44.48 mg L(-1), 31.37 mg L(-1), and 12.74 mg L(-1), respectively. Under a 1-h exposure, the ventilatory response to the different heavy metals varied. Ventilatory frequency (Vf) and amplitude (Va) increased in zebra fish, juvenile grass carp, and rare minnows exposed to Hg(2+) and Cu(2+) (P|0.05), and the Vf and Va of the 3 species rose initially and then declined when exposed to Cd(2+). Zn(2+) had markedly different toxic effects than the other heavy metals, whose Vf and Va gradually decreased
The Mimic Shiner (Notropis volucellus) is a small, silvery, North American minnow with a wide geographic distribution that includes portions of the Mississippi River, Great Lakes, Hudson Bay, Gulf of Mexico, and several Atlantic Coast drainage basins. As currently classified, the Mimic Shiner has long been thought to contain multiple undescribed, morphologically similar species but, to date, little research has been performed to determine the identity, geographic distribution, and evolutionary relationships of these cryptic species, which has been called "one of the most interesting, needed, and difficult problems remaining in the systematics of North American freshwater fishes" (Etnier and Starnes 1993, p. 233). In New York, this species has a curious distribution, with populations being found in the northeastern watersheds of the Saint Lawrence River Basin and the southwestern watersheds of the Ohio River and Great Lakes watersheds, but nowhere in between. Our examinations of specimens ...
Size-structured spatial patterns in larvae of 2 sucker and 3 minnow species are described from fixed-site sampling in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, and are used to demonstrate patterns of size-based losses downstream and retention in the lake. The smallest larvae of shortnose suckers (Chasmistes brevirostris), Lost River suckers (Deltistes luxatus), and tui chubs (Siphateles bicolor) were least likely to be found in Lake Ewauna, a downstream catchment; yet the proportion of larger larvae downstream was often substantial, 20%-40% of a size class. In contrast, the smallest larvae of blue chubs (Klamathella coerulea) and fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) were least likely to be found in restoration marshes. For these 2 species, interannual differences in spatial size-structuring was variable, with larger size classes being found in high proportions in restoration marshes in some years but not in others. These patterns may be indicative of substantial emigration from Upper Klamath Lake, in the ...
Define Cyprinids. Cyprinids synonyms, Cyprinids pronunciation, Cyprinids translation, English dictionary definition of Cyprinids. n. Any of numerous often small freshwater fishes of the family Cyprinidae, which includes the minnows, carps, and shiners. cyp′ri·nid adj. n any teleost...
As part of a larger effort to assess the health of streams and rivers influenced by municipal effluents in Minnesota, fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas; FHM) were exposed to ambient surface waters from three locations. The locations were generally representative of the state: urban Rochester, agricultural Hutchinson; rural/forested Ely. Fish were exposed in aerated mobile exposure units supplied with water from upstream, at, or downstream of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) outfall. While multiple endpoints were evaluated, this study focuses FHM female ovary transcriptomics following a 4 day exposure. Comparing between treatment groups (upstream, downstream, at effluent) within each location, the number of significantly differentially expressed genes (DEGs) were highest in Rochester (5847), than Hutchinson (1295) and Ely (867). Among the DEGs, hierarchical clustering and PCA showed distinct separation of the upstream, downstream, and effluent treatments at each location. Gene Set ...
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Werner, J., Ouellet, J.D., Cheng, C.S., Ju, Y.-J., and Law, R.D. (2010). Pulp and paper mill effluents induce distinct gene expression changes linked to androgenic and estrogenic responses in the fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas). Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 29: 430-439.. DeCarlo, C.A., Escott, N.G., Werner, J., Robinson, K., Lambert, P.F., Law, R.D., and Zehbe, I. (2008). Gene expression analysis of interferon kappa in laser capture microdissected cervical epithelium. Anal. Biochem. 381: 59-66. Law, R.D., Russell, D.A., Thompson, L.C., Schroeder, S.C., Middle, C.M., Tremaine, M.T., Jury, T.P., Delannay, X., and Slater, S.C. (2006). Biochemical limitations to high-level expression of humanized monoclonal antibodies in transgenic maize seed endosperm. Biochim. Biophys. Acta (General Subjects) 1760: 1434-1444.. Law, R.D., and Suttle, J.C. (2005). Chromatin remodeling in plant cell culture: patterns of DNA methylation and histone H3 and H4 acetylation vary during growth of asynchronous potato cell ...
Camphene: An acute toxicity test with Camphene on zebrafish (Brachydanio rerio)in a flow system was performed in accordance with OECD Guideline 203 for 96 hours. It was conducted in the period from 11.01.1993 until 15.01.1993 under GLP conditions. The medium in the test vessel (10 L) was replaced within 2 h. Due to the low water solubility of the substance and its high vapor pressure, the test was conducted in a closed system. The analytical test concentrations were detected during the test: 2.07, 1.21, 0.43, 0.26 and 0.048 mg / L. The mortality and general clinical effects were daily observed and recorded.After 96 hours, the LC50 was 0.72 mg/L. D-limonene (Test01): In an acute aquatic toxicity study performed similarly to OECD guideline 203, groups (10/dose) of fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) were exposed to d-limonene (purchased from Aldrich) at concentrations of ,150, 178, 386, 595, 928 and 1100 μg/L (measured) for 96 hours under flow-through conditions. Mortality, behaviour and ...
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Sperm competition occurs when the spermatozoa of one male coincide with those of another to fertilise the same eggs. In some taxa males perform multiple ejaculations, which may function in sperm competition or in maintaining a baseline density of spermatozoa in the female reproductive tract to ensure fertilisation, a process that has been termed topping up. We investigated multiple ejaculations in the European bitterling (Rhodeus amarus), a freshwater fish that oviposits in freshwater mussels. We quantified spermatozoa in the mussel mantle cavity following ejaculation, and measured sperm motility parameters of males adopting different mating tactics. Following ejaculation spermatozoa density in the mussel increased linearly, peaked after 30 s, and then declined exponentially. Spermatozoa motility parameters did not differ between male mating tactics. We parameterised a model of sperm competition for R. amarus, which accurately predicted male fertilisation probability. We discuss these results in the
Perea, S., M. Böhme, P. Zupancic, J. Freyhof, R. Sanda, M. Özulug, A. Abdoli and I. Doadrio, 2010. Phylogenetic relationships and biogeographical patterns in circum-Mediterranean subfamily Leuciscinae (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) inferred from both mitochondrial and nuclear data. BMC Evol. Biol. 10(265):1-27. (Ref. 89834 ...
o Cyprininae Bonaparte, 1840 (karpinsukuiset) ,--o Labeonini , ,-- Labeonina , `-- Garrina `--+--o Barbini , `-- †Parabarbus Sytchevskaya, 1986 `--o Cyprinini Bonaparte, 1840 ,==o Cyprininae Bonaparte, 1840 (karpinsukuiset) ,--o Pseudobarbus , ,-- P. afer (Peters, 1864) (Eastern Cape redfin) , ,-- P. asper (Boulenger, 1911) (Smallscale redfin) , ,-- P. burchelli (Smith, 1841) (Burchells redfin) , ,-- P. burgi (Boulenger, 1911) (Berg redfin) , ,-- P. phlegethon (Barnard, 1938) (Fiery redfin) , ,-- P. quathlambae (Barnard, 1938) (Maluti minnow) , `-- P. tenuis (Barnard, 1938) (Slender redfin) ,-- Varicorhimus ,--+-- Barbus Olig. R. Eu. Mioc. R. Af. As. U. Tert. R. EInd. [349] [polyphyletic assemblage] , ,--o Carassius Plioc. R. As. R. Eu. (ruutanat) , , ,--o C. auratus (Linnaeus, 1758) (kiinanruutana, kultakala; goldfish) , , , ,-- C. a. auratus (Linnaeus, 1758) , , , ,-- C. a. buergeri Temminck & Schlegel, 1846 , , , ,-- C. a. grandoculis Temminck & Schlegel, 1846 , , , `-- C. a. langsdorfii ...
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Big Woods Fish And Game Preserve is a beautiful, private refuge that provides a unique, year around, fishing resort. Big Woods was designed in 1989 and constructed to be more than the average fishing and hunting clubs. The fish population in our preserve is many times greater than that which occurs naturally. This abundance of fish, as well as, greater numbers of large fish, is possible by carefully managing water and having periodic feeding programs.This enables a sportsman to expect an exciting action filled trip. Big Woods attempts to cater to the purest of sportsmen. We believe that it is the sport of fishing that intrigues large numbers as well as size is what were striving to achieve. our lake is stocked with a variety of fish such as bluegill, redear sunfish, Threadfin shad, Gizzard shad, fathead minnows, and golden shiners. Every species of fish in our preserve has a function in the overall eco-chain. these fish were selected not only to provide a source of food for the bass, but to develop an
The current study has determined the toxicity effects of copper nanoparticles on the some vital organs such as gill, liver and kidney of Caspian Roach; Rutillus rutillus caspicus. For this purpose, 120 fishes were used as experimental samples and exposed to 0.1, 0.2 and 0.5 mg/L of Cu nanoparticles for 21 days, and 30 fishes assumed as the experiment control. The mean water temperature of the aquaria was 22±2 ºC, dissolved oxygen 5.2 mg/L, pH at 7±0.004 and the concentration of calcium carbonate was 270 ppm. On 7, 14 and 21 days after exposing the fishes to copper nanoparticles, three fishes were randomly selected from each aquaria, sacrificed and samples from their gill, liver and kidney were taken and fixed in cold 10 % buffered formalin. Then microscopic sections were prepared and examined by light microscope which showed histological alternations in the gill, liver and kidney tissues. Evaluation of these changes could be useful in estimating the harmful effects of copper nanoparticles.
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COSEWIC. 2013. COSEWIC assessment and status report on the Pugnose Shiner Notropis anogenus in Canada. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Ottawa.
In shell-isolated nanoparticle (NP)-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SHINERS), traditional metal oxide-based shells have inferior chemical inertness, they require strict preparation conditions, and lack specific groups, which lead to their poor selectivity toward target molecules. In this study, ultrathin and co
Shiner, Thaddeus H., "Collisional m(J) mixing in magnetically oriented 4(2)P(3/2) potassium atoms." (1967). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 6498 ...
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o Puntius [Systomus, Barbus, Capoeta] Tert. R. E.Ind. (loistobarbit) ,-- P. amarus (Herre, 1924) ,-- P. amphibius (Valenciennes, 1842) (Scarlet-banded barb) ,-- P. arenatus (Day, 1878) ,-- P. arulius (Jerdon, 1849) (kirjobarbi; Arulius barb) ,-- P. asoka Kottelat & Pethiyagoda, 1989 (Asoka barb) ,-- P. aurotaeniatus (Tirant, 1885) ,-- P. bandula Kottelat & Pethiyagoda, 1991 (Bandula barb) ,-- P. bantolanensis (Day, 1914) ,-- P. baoulan (Herre, 1926) ,-- P. bimaculatus (Bleeker, 1863) (Redside barb; punakylkibarbi) ,-- P. binotatus (Valenciennes, 1842) (Spotted barb) ,-- P. bovanicus (Day, 1878) (Bowany barb) ,-- P. brevis (Bleeker, 1850) ,-- P. burmanicus (Day, 1878) ,-- P. carnaticus (Jerdon, 1849) (Carnatic carp) ,-- P. cataractae (Fowler, 1934) ,-- P. cauveriensis (Hora, 1937) (Cauvery barb) ,-- P. chola (Hamilton, 1822) (Swamp barb) ,-- P. clemensi (Herre, 1924) ,-- P. compressiformis (Cockerell, 1913) ,-- P. coorgensis Jayaram, 1982 ,-- P. deccanensis Yazdani & Babu Rao, 1976 (Deccan barb) ...
Nguy?n, V. H?o, 2001. Cá n??c ng?t Vi?t Nam: Tâp I. H? Cá Chép (Cyprinidae). [Freshwater fishes of Viet Nam. Volume I. Family Cyprinidae]. Hà N?i : Nhà xu?t b?n nông nghi?p. 622 p. (Ref. 84795 ...
Kullander, S.O., Norén, M. (2016). Danio htamanthinus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae), a new species of miniature cyprinid fish from the Chindwin River in Myanmar. Zootaxa 4178(4), 535.. Fernholm, B., Norén, M., Kullander, S.O., Quattrini, A.M., Zintzen, V., Roberts, C.D., Mok, H.K., Kuo, C.H. (2013). Hagfish phylogeny and taxonomy, with description of the new genus Rubicundus (Craniata, Myxinidae). Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 51(4), 296-307.. Delling, B., Noren, M,. Kullander, S.O., González, J.A. (2011)Taxonomic review of the genus Trisopterus (Teleostei: Gadidae) with recognition of the capelan Trisopterus capelanus as a valid species. Journal of fish biology 79(5), 1236-60.. ...
White cloud mountain minnow, (Tanichthys albonubes), small aquarium fish of the carp family, Cyprinidae, native to White Cloud Mountain (Baiyun Shan), Guangdong province, China. It is a slender, hardy fish, about 4 cm (1.5 inches) long. It is greenish brown with a silvery belly and red patches on
This investigation was designed to test two hypotheses. First, does the proportional relation between rate of growth and rate of oxygen consumption in excess of maintenance, demanded by classic nutrition physiology, apply to small poikilotherms growing at 20% of body mass per day and faster? Secondly, to what extent are net and gross efficiencies of growth affected by the level of metabolic power? The metabolic rates of the coregonid species, Coregonus wartmanni (L.), exceeded the metabolic rates of the cyprinid species, Rutilus rutilus (L.) by a factor of 1.5-2.0. Relative growth rate (g, in % DBM per day) and oxygen consumption in excess of maintenance (= feeding-induced thermogenesis: FIT, in μmol g-1h-1) were related by the regression: FIT = 3.81 ( ±1.4) + 1.05 (±0.15) g up to approximately 8% per day, whereas at faster growth fit remained constant at 12.4 ± 1.4 μmol g-1 h-1 in both species. Thus an aerobic maximum for growth can be defined that is independent of the rate of growth ...
The unprecedented expansion in human population and industry, since the industrial revolution in the late 1700s, has led to increased anthropogenic activities which have indisputably impacted freshwater ecosystems and biological communities therein, including fish. Although this has understandably been the focus, under natural aquatic conditions, no organism is only affected by pollution. Parasites have also been shown in a number of interdisciplinary studies to affect the health of aquatic hosts (amphibians, crustaceans, fish, and mammals). This is illustrated in a number of comprehensive studies the detrimental effects parasites exacerbate when their hosts (fish) are stressed. Therefore, the ability of parasites to interact with anthropogenic stressors, as well as effects they have on the genetic, cellular or tissue level of their host is crucial in conservation and sustaining aquatic biodiversity. As such, the present study examined the combined effects of pollution and metazoan parasites on ...
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Short term toxicity to fish Short term toxicity to Leuciscus idus study was carried out for 96 hrs using Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) of the laboratory of fish toxicology (Sustainability Support Services (Europe) AB, Report no. 10F0135/875091, 1987). The study was performed according to DIN 38 412 Test procedure with water organisms (group l) general information for the planning, implementation and evaluation of biological test procedures (L1) and Determination of the effect of water ingredients on fish - fish test (L15), respectively. The study was based on the effects of the test compound4-amino-N-(4-aminophenyl)benzene-1-sulfonamide(CAS no. 16803-97-7) on Leuciscus idus (Golden Orfe) in a static fresh water system at a temperature of 20 ± 1°C, pH of about 7.6, Total hardness of 2.5 mmol/l and Oxygen content , 60% of maximum saturation with a photoperiod of 16 hr light and 8 hr darkness. Test chemical concentration used for the study were 250 and 500 mg/l, respectively. ...
Our results reveal that the biomimetic locomotion of the robotic fish is a determinant of fish positional preference. In fact, live fish tend to spend more time close to the robotic fish when its tail is beating rather than when it is statically immersed in the water as a dummy. At some particular combinations of water velocity and TBFrobot, some fish hold station behind the robot. That is, they specifically occupy a narrow range of angular positions aligned with water jets that are generated by the flapping tail. This restricted microhabitat appears to be the place where individuals can obtain a hydrodynamic advantage that potentially reduces energy expenditure during their swimming. This suggests that, in non-static flows, interactions between this class of robotic fish and golden shiners are dominated by hydrodynamic cues more than visual attraction.. When one or more members of a fish school are dominant over others as a result of some behavioural, physiological and/or ecological pressure, ...
of the country achieved before he began to direct his efforts toward the creation of a nation, with a central power adequate to a coercive policy if called for by the occasion. Thus, in March, 1783, he wrote to Nathaniel Greene (Ford, Writings of Washington, Vol. X, p. 203, note): It remains only for the States to be wise, and to establish their independence on the basis of an inviolable, efficacious union, and a firm confederation. The following month he wrote in the same spirit to Tench Tilghman (Ib., Vol. X, p. 238): In a word the Constitution of Congress must be competent to the general purposes of Government, and of such a nature as to bind us together. Otherwise we shall be like of sand and as easily broken. Finally, in the circular letter addressed to the governor of all the States on disbanding the army, June 8, 1783 (Ib., Vol. X, p. 257): There are four things which, I humbly conceive, are essential to the well-being, a way, even venture to say, to the existence of ...
Adults often shoal, hiding under overhanging trees or bridges during day. Most active during dusk and dawn. Lives up to 15 years. Males usually spawn for the first time at 2-5 years, females 1-2 years later. Spawns in May-July, rarely until September when temperature reaches 15°C. Females spawn several times, usually at intervals of 10-15 days each season. Adults often undertake considerable spawning migrations. Lake populations migrate to tributaries. Individual females spawn with several males. Males assemble at spawning grounds and follow ripe females, often with much splashing, to shallow riffles. Males may exhibit courting or sneaking tactics in spawning sites. Courting males follow females to spawning site and, during the spawning act, one male swims head to head with the female. Sneaking males, waiting in the spawning site, then join the couple and try to fertilize eggs. Up to 130 males have been reported to be involved in a single spawning act. Females deposit 2-3 portions of non-sticky ...
Yang, Q.; Zhu, Y.; Xiong, B.; Liu, H. 2011: Acheilognathus changtingensis sp. nov., a new species of the cyprinid genus Acheilognathus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from southeastern China based on morphological and molecular evidence. Zoological science, 28(2): 158-167. doi: 10.2108/zsj.28.158 ...
Inhabits rocky pools near riffles in clear, cool creeks and small to medium rivers. Sometimes occurs in lakes in northern part of range (Ref. 86798). Oviparous (Ref. 205), nest spawners (Ref. 52559). Frequently hybridizes with Luxilus chrysocephalus in areas where the ranges of these two species overlap (Ref. 86798). ...
Robins, C.R., R.M. Bailey, C.E. Bond, J.R. Brooker, E.A. Lachner, R.N. Lea and W.B. Scott, 1991. Common and scientific names of fishes from the United States and Canada. Am. Fish. Soc. Spec. Pub. (20):183 p. (Ref. 3814 ...
This species comes close to meeting Threatened status with reductions in the abundance of adults inferred from declines in the species range. Threats to habitat are most severe in the central part of its distribution in Quebec, where intensive agriculture results in substantial turbidity, sedimentation, eutrophication, and loss of aquatic vegetation. The species may become Threatened if factors suspected of negatively influencing its persistence are not reversed.
Yesterday afternoon, Minnow and I were driving home from daycare and Minnow was repeatedly requesting "the baby song" (Hush, little baby) from the car stereo. After about the sixth playing of the song, we had the following conversation.. SciWo: "Are you a baby?". Minnow: No. Im not a baby.. SciWo: "Are you a grown-up?". Minnow: "No. Im growing.". SciWo: "Is Mommy a grown-up?". Minnow: "Yea, you are a grown-up.". SciWo: "Is Daddy a grown-up?". Minnow: "No. Daddies are mans.". ...
If you feel as if your allergy symptoms are becoming worse and lasting longer, you are probably right. Roughly 80 percent of allergy sufferers experience some degree of symptoms all year long. If you count yourself among the 50 million Americans who suffer from nasal allergies, the following tips may help you relieve some of the worst of your symptoms.. Allergic Shiners:. Dark circles and bags under the eyes are a common indication of severe nasal allergies. "Allergic shiners" occur when the histamine produced in response to an allergen causes the tiny blood vessels around the eyes and nose to leak, which makes the eyes appear bruised. Placing cold compresses or ice packs over your eyes several times a day for 10 to 15 minutes at a time can help reduce the swelling. Taking a daily antihistamine when your symptoms are at their worst can help prevent the circles and bags from recurring.. The Allergic Crease:. A light crease across the bottom half of the nose is a common sign of long-standing ...
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The mouth exhibits a variety of fascinating adaptations for capturing, holding and sorting food, ratcheting it into the oesophagus and otherwise manipulating it prior to entry into the stomach. Only two which have possible relevance to digestion Will be discussed. In milkfish (Chanos), the gill cavity contains epibranchial (suprabranchia) organs dorsally on each side, consisting either of simple blind sacs or elaborate, spirally-coiled ducts. The organs occur in several relatively unrelated families of lower teleosts and apparently relate to the kind of food eaten. Those fish with simple ducts all eat macro-plankton and those with the larger ducts microplankton. Although their function is unknown, concentrating the plankton has been suggested as a possibility. The common carp provides an excellent example of non-mandibular teeth being used as the primary chewing apparatus. Pharyngeal teeth occur in the most fully developed forms of the Cyprinidae and Cobitidae, although many other groups also ...
Lévêque, C. and J. Daget, 1984. Cyprinidae. p. 217-342. In J. Daget, J.-P. Gosse and D.F.E. Thys van den Audenaerde (eds.) Check-list of the freshwater fishes of Africa (CLOFFA). ORSTOM, Paris and MRAC, Tervuren. Vol. 1. (Ref. 2801 ...
Read "Analysis of mtDNA and nuclear markers points to homoploid hybrid origin of the new species of Far Eastern redfins of the genus Tribolodon (Pisces, Cyprinidae), Russian Journal of Genetics" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Zhang, E. and Y.-Y. Chen, 2006. Revised diagnosis of the genus Bangana Hamilton, 1822 (Pisces: Cyprinidae), with taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on the Chinese species. Zootaxa (1281):41-54. (Ref. 72360 ...
Liao, T. Y., Arroyave, J. & Stiassny, M. L. J.; (in press): Diagnosis of Asian Raiamas (Teleostei: Cyprinidae: Chedrina) with comments on chedrin relationships and previously proposed diagnostic characters for Opsaridium and Raiamas. Ichthyological Research, 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s10228-012-0296-9 abstract ...
In the African cyprinid, Barbus neumayeri, populations from hypoxic waters have larger gills than populations from well-oxygenated streams. Differences in trophic morphology and feeding performance be
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First of all, female fish are needed to obtain eggs, so the females are periodically felt to see if their egg mass is free. If it is, the eggs are literally squeezed out of the genitalia, or a jet of water may be used to flush out the eggs; either way its a tremendously invasive, painful procedure. The males are also callously treated, being squeezed and milked for their semen, which causes extreme agony to these sensitive animal co-inhabitants. Inland fish farms keep newborn fish in concrete tanks up to 35 meters long, but if the farms are sea-based, the animals are kept in cages ...
Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex by Mary Roach My rating: 3 of 5 stars --- Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal by Mary Roach My rating: 4 of 5 stars A little Mary Roach goes a long way. I say this both approvingly and reluctantly. Approvingly because shes obviously an…
New England has a deep pond with many of the very biggest fish in the global life sciences industry, but it also has its share of minnows, and they are
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The anniversary of his majestys birth-day was celebrated, as heretofore, at the government-house, with loyal festivity. In the evening, the play of The Recruiting Officer was performed by a party of convicts, and honoured by the presence of his excellency, and the officers of the garrison. That every opportunity of escape from the dreariness and dejection of our situation should be eagerly embraced, will not be wondered at. The exhilarating effect of a splendid theatre is well known: and I am not ashamed to confess, that the proper distribution of three or four yards of stained paper, and a dozen farthing candles stuck around the mud walls of a convict-hut, failed not to diffuse general complacency on the countenances of sixty persons, of various descriptions, who were assembled to applaud the representation. Some of the actors acquitted themselves with great spirit, and received the praises of the audience: a prologue and an epilogue, written by one of the performers, were also spoken on the ...
How does saliva work? Why doesnt your stomach digest itself? And did constipation really kill Elvis? In her new book Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal, Mary Roach chronicles the surprisingly exciting journey that food undertakes in the human body. Roach joins us to talk about everything you ever wanted to know -- or might be disgusted to know -- about the digestive process.
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A full gait study should be available as a baseline and is usuallyobtained 1 year after the first surgery, which occurred between the ages of5 and 7 years. Patients with adult T cell leukemia (ATL) most commonly presentwith lymphadenopathy in the absence of circulating morphological-ly abnormal lymphocytes C. Even with a longitudinal incision, the wound may haveproblems healing because the severe stretch tends to cause some wound de-hiscence. In addition to the common nasal symptoms, patients may display dark circlesunder their eyes (сallergic shinersт) and a nasal crease caused by continual upward rub-bing of the tip of the nose (the сallergic saluteт). Corticotrophin-releas-ing factor (CRF), a peptideformed by chains of amino acids,is released from the hypothala-mus, a collection of cells at thebase of the brain that acts as acontrol center for the neuroen-NEUROENDOCRINE SYSTEM docrine system. Thus the participationof a motor unit in graded motor activity is dictated by the size of its ...
Peter Lindblad lives in Appleton, Wis., and bleeds green and gold just like all the Packer fan nutjobs in the area. He does draw the line at wearing blocks of chedder on his head, or any other body parts for that matter, though. His professional career has taken weird twists and turns that have led him to his current position as an editor at a coin magazine. He hopes his stay there will be a short one. Before that, he worked as an associate editor at a log home magazine. To anyone that will listen, he\ll swear that Shiner was one of the greatest rock bands to ever walk the earth. Yet he also has much love for Superchunk, Spoon, DJ Shadow, Swervedriver, Wilco, Fugazi, Jawbox, ... And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Modest Mouse, among others ...
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To get rid of roaches, remove their food, water and shelter. The first step is to figure out where they are living in the house. Look for egg sacs, droppings and exoskeletons. If they are usually...
Papa Roach have been forced to reschedule a number of South American performances due to concerns over singer Jacoby Shaddixs health.
He added, Its just this connection that Papa Roach makes is bigger than us sitting in a room jamming. Its larger than life now and were just the facilitators for that, so its just painfully obvious that this is what it needs to be.. In the video, Shaddix also reveals that he split with his wife during the making of the record. There was a point where she wanted to go experience life without me. That was the moment I feared in my life the most. Something so dear to me was being taken away against my will.. ...
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By Robert Roy Britt You might think its grand to be a well endowed fish. After all, some female fish prefer mates with larger *** organs, a new study finds. But the guys prowess has a price. The
How To Catch Minnows If you dont have a whole lot of experience,and you want to get out there and guarantee some good catches of crappie than live minnows are for you. And if you dont want to spend a arm and a leg at the bait shop here is a way to ca... Read , ...
Hey, I hear ya. Hillary absolutely should exit stage left..but the reason I wont wish death on her etc has to do with me. Thought is creative; negativity reflects back to its source. Wishing death on someone is wishing death on yourself. I understand, and struggle with that daily, as I have a lot of anger to deal with(Ive had some fairly nasty things done to me), so, even though Hillary Clinton is evil to the core, Im a better person wishing her well personally(while hoping she can no longer do harm professionally) than I would be if I wished her pain and death ...
In previous experiments, chemical stimuli from northern pike ( Esox lucius) elicited fright responses from pike-naive fathead minnows ( Pimephales promelas) only if the pike had recently eaten...
Labeo rohita es de las principales especies de carpas hindúes y originalmente un habitante de la red del río Ganges en la India. Se encuentra en la lista de las diez especies principales de la acuacultura mundial. Puesto que no hay información sobre el patrón de crecimiento de las poblaciones silvestres de esta especie, este estudio tuvo como objetivo evaluar el patrón de edad y crecimiento para apoyar el desarrollo de planes de gestión eficaces. Un total de 1 082 muestras de L. rohita se obtuvieron en el periodo de mayo 2009 a Julio 2012, en seis desembocaduras de la cuenca del río Ganges. Las mediciones de los peces fueron utilizadas para determinar la edad y el crecimiento mediante el análisis de los anillos de crecimiento anuales. De las seis poblaciones, se registró un máximo de categoría de edad 8+ en dos ríos (Betwa y Sharda). Las longitudes de retrocálculo en la edad 8+ variaron entre 86.22-91.66cm. De los parámetros de crecimiento, la tasa específica de aumento de ...
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The Gold Ring Burmese Danio is a very attractive fish that is sure to add personality to any community freshwater aquarium. Boasting a silver-gold body and spotted pattern that stretches from the gill to the end of the tail. Gold Ring Burmese Danios are found in a variety of habitats, ranging from fast-moving streams to slow-moving, nearly stagnant ponds. In the home aquarium, this member of the Cyprinidae family prefers a well-planted aquarium with large, open areas for swimming. House the Gold Ring Burmese Danio in an aquarium of at least 10 gallons or larger aquascaped with live plants, rocks and driftwood. Darker substrate will help bring out best coloration. For best care, keep this peaceful fish in small schools with equally non-aggressive fish. The Gold Ring Burmese Danio is a highly active swimmer, especially when kept in small schools, so additional water flow provided by a powerhead will be greatly appreciated. Male Danios are generally more torpedo shaped, while females tend to have a ...
Phospholipid molecular species and headgroup compositions were determined for sarcoplasmic reticular and microsomal membranes in two species of Sonoran desert cyprinid fish (Agosia chrysogaster Girard and Notropis lutrensis Girard) trapped in an isolated pool of a desert stream. Fish populations were sampled in the cool of the morning (water temperature 21-21.9°C for Agosia and 22-26°C for Notropis) and 7-11 h later in the heat of the afternoon (water temperature 34.2°C) to determine whether membrane lipid composition varied with sampling time and thermal exposure. The composition of sarcoplasmic reticular membranes did not vary significantly through the day. In contrast, the molecular species composition of muscle microsomes (a mixture of endoplasmic reticulum and plasma membranes) changed markedly from the cool of the morning to the heat of the afternoon in both species. Adjustments were particularly striking in phosphatidylcholine (PC). For example, in Agosia, the ratio of ...
21 c sediment, sludge. J. Geyer et al. 22 BCF in algae (Chlorella fusca) BCFW: 34 BCFD: 170 BCF in fish (golden ide; uptake 3 days) BCFW: 120q BCFL: 1970q BCF in zebra fish (kinetic approach) BCFW: 74 e BCFL: 1850 e Bioaccumulation and Occurrence of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) 4-Octylphenol (OP) 5. 87 2,2-Bis-(3,5-dibromo4-hydroxyphenyl) propane Water Solubility (mg l-1) log KOW Detected in water, sludge, sediment, algae, mussel, or fish. J. Geyer et al. 69 (pH: 7) fresh water, sea water, sediment, mussel, and fish BCF in algae (Chlorella fusca): BCFW: 1,250 BCFD: 7,250 BCF in mussels (Mytilus edulis): BCFW: 170 BCFL: 20,000 (Anodonta anatina) BCFW: 80 BCFL: 7,340 (Pseudanodonta complanata) BCFW: 61 BCFL: 5,690 BCF in fish Golden orfe: BCFW: 219 BCFW: 334 BCFL: 5,000 BCFL: 5,510 Bioaccumulation and Occurrence of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) Pentachlorophenol (PCP) Fathead minnow: BCFW: 770 BCFL: 7,330 45 BCF in mussels and fish: BCFW: 50-780 h BCFL: 7,300 i (mean) 46 Table 6 ...
Deoxynivalenol (DON) frequently contaminates animal feed, including fish feed used in aquaculture. This study intends to further investigate the effects of DON on carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) at concentrations representative for commercial fish feeds. Experimental feeding with 352, 619 or 953 μg DON kg−1 feed resulted in unaltered growth performance of fish during six weeks of experimentation, but increased lipid peroxidation was observed in liver, head kidney and spleen after feeding of fish with the highest DON concentration. These effects of DON were mostly reversible by two weeks of feeding the uncontaminated control diet. Histopathological scoring revealed increased liver damage in DON-treated fish, which persisted even after the recovery phase. At the highest DON concentration, significantly more fat, and consequently, increased energy content, was found in whole fish body homogenates. This suggests that DON affects nutrient metabolism in carp. Changes of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) activity in
A previously unknown microsporidian parasite that severely degrades muscle of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) from lakes in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Lake Ontario was identified as belonging to the genus Heterosporis. This parasite is characterized by pyriform-shaped spores that are contained in sporophorocysts. In the wild, yellow perch, burbot (Lota lota), mottled sculpin (Cottus bairdi), trout-perch (Percopsis omiscomaycus), pumpkinseed (Lepomis gibbosus), northern pike (Esox lucius), walleye (Sander vitreus) and rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) harbor Heterosporis naturally, but laboratory studies showed that 12 other fish species are susceptible to infection. In laboratory trials, smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieui) consumed significantly more fathead minnows infected with Heterosporis sp. than uninfected. Microscopically, Heterosporis sp. infection can be detected in the muscle of fish two weeks after exposure, and visually identified after seven weeks. To confirm infection, a PCR ...
Author Summary Opisthorchis viverrini (Ov) is a fish-borne parasite infecting humans when they consume raw or undercooked fish. Ov is endemic in Southeast Asia, particularly in rural parts of Northeast Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia and Vietnam. The Ov lifecycle includes three different hosts: snails, fish and humans. Transmission takes place in various environments and water habitats where many factors interact and influence Ov survival and transmissibility from host to host. Our study investigated the influences of water parameters on snail and fish abundance and Ov infection rates. We found that salinity and nitrite-nitrogen were positively correlated to Bithynia snail relative abundance and inversely correlated to snail and fish species diversity. Cyprinids were the most abundant fish family and high cyprinid abundance was found in areas with high Bithynia abundance creating ideal conditions for transmission. Ov infection in fish was consistently detected from an area with high levels of salinity and

Cyprinidae - WikipediaCyprinidae - Wikipedia

List of fish families Media related to Cyprinidae at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Cyprinidae at Wikispecies Froese, Rainer ... The Cyprinidae are the family of freshwater fishes, collectively called cyprinids, that includes the carps, the true minnows, ... 2015). "Cyprinidae" in FishBase. July 2015 version. Eschmeyer, W.N.; Fong, J.D. (2015). "Species by family/subfamily". Catalog ... link) Borkenhagen, K (2014). "A new genus and species of cyprinid fish (Actinopterygii, Cyprinidae) from the Arabian Peninsula ...
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Category:Cyprinidae - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Cyprinidae - Wikimedia Commons

Vernacular names [edit wikidata Category:Cyprinidae linked to current category] [edit wikidata Cyprinidae main topic of ... Media in category "Cyprinidae". The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total. ... Retrieved from "https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Cyprinidae&oldid=258608029" ... Genera of Cyprinidae *BioLib link: Cyprinidae *Catalogue of Life link: Cyprinidae *FishBase link: family Cyprinidae (mirror1, ...
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Cyprinidae: CyprininaeCyprinidae: Cyprininae

... - carp-like cyprinids. Main Groups of Teleostean Fishes. After Nelson, 1994, with Recent species from ...
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Cyprinidae: Cyprininae: genus PuntiusCyprinidae: Cyprininae: genus Puntius

... Main Groups of Teleostean Fishes. After Kullander & Fang, 2005, and Froese & Pauly, 2001 ... Kullander, S. O. & Fang, F., 2005: Two new species of Puntius from Northern Myanmar (Teleostei: Cyprinidae).. -Copeia: Vol. 105 ... Kullander, S. O. & Britz, R., 2008: Puntius padamya, a new species of cyprinid fish from Myanmar (Teleostei: Cyprinidae).. - ...
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Tap I. Ho ca chep (Cyprinidae). [Freshwater fishes of Viet Nam. Volume I. Family Cyprinidae]. Ca Nuoc Ngot Viet Nam v. 1: 1-622 ... The taxonomy and phylogeny of Candidia (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from Taiwan, with description of a new species and comments on a ... Remarks on the genus Chela Hamilton-Buchanan (Pisces, Cyprinidae) with description of a new subgenus. Annali del Museo Civico ... A note on the mahseers of Pakistan with the description of Naziritor, new subgenus (Pisces: Cyprinidae). Pakistan J. Zool. v. ...
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Two new species of Rhodeus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae: Acheilognathinae) from the River Yangtze, ChinaTwo new species of Rhodeus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae: Acheilognathinae) from the River Yangtze, China

Cyprinidae, Acheilognathinae), with an overview of the lateral line system in the family Cyprinidae. Bull. Univ. Mus., Univ. ... Lin S.-Y. 1935: Contribution to a study of Cyprinidae of Kwangtung and adjacent provinces. Lingnan Sci. J. 14: 249-260. Google ... Arai R., Xie Y. & Akai Y. 1995: Rediscovery of the bitterling, Tanakia lanceolata, in China (Pisces, Cyprinidae). Jpn. J. ... Li F. & Arai R. 2011: Rhodeus shitaiensis, a new bitterling from China (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Ichthyol. Explor. Freshw. 21: ...
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Phylogeny and phylogeography of the roaches, genus Rutilus (Cyprinidae), at the Eastern part of its range as inferred from...Phylogeny and phylogeography of the roaches, genus Rutilus (Cyprinidae), at the Eastern part of its range as inferred from...

Phylogeny and phylogeography of the roaches, genus Rutilus (Cyprinidae), at the Eastern part of its range as inferred from ... Phylogeny and biogeography of the family Cyprinidae in the Middle East inferred from cytochrome b DNA-evolutionary significance ... Evidence of a Cenozoic Betic-Kabilian connection based on freshwater fish phylogeography (Luciobarbus, Cyprinidae). Molecular ... Molecular systematics, phylogeny and biogeography of roaches (Rutilus, Teleostei, Cyprinidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and ...
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 		 			Phylogenetic relationships of the Japanese minnows, Pseudorasbora (Cyprinidae), as...CiNii 論文 - Phylogenetic relationships of the Japanese minnows, Pseudorasbora (Cyprinidae), as...

Phylogenetic relationships of the Japanese minnows, Pseudorasbora (Cyprinidae), as inferred from mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene ... Phylogenetic relationships of the western North American phoxinins (Actinopterygii : Cyprinidae) as inferred from mitochondrial ... Cyprinidae), as Inferred from Allozyme and Mitochondrial 16S rRNA Sequence Analyses(Animal Diversity and Evolution) : Sakai ...
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Maternal ancestry of the Rutilus alburnoides complex (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) as determined by analysis of cytochrome b...Maternal ancestry of the Rutilus alburnoides complex (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) as determined by analysis of cytochrome b...

Cyprinidae) as determined by analysis of cytochrome b sequences. by Evolution; Biological sciences Genetic aspects Evolution ... Pisces: Cyprinidae). Senckenb. Biol. 68:301-309. DOWLING, T. E., C. MORITZ, J. D. PALMER, AND L. H. RIESEBERG. 1996. Nucleic ... The Rutilus alburnoides complex (Cyprinidae): evidence for a hybrid origin. J. Zool. Syst. Evol. Research 35:1-10. AVISE, I. C ... APA style: Maternal ancestry of the Rutilus alburnoides complex (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) as determined by analysis of cytochrome ...
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Life History Traits of the Flying Barb Esomus danricus (Hamilton, 1822) (Cyprinidae) in the Ganges River, Northwestern...Life History Traits of the Flying Barb Esomus danricus (Hamilton, 1822) (Cyprinidae) in the Ganges River, Northwestern...

Cyprinidae) in the Ganges River, Northwestern Bangladesh.(Report) by Pakistan Journal of Zoology; Zoology and wildlife ... MLA style: "Life History Traits of the Flying Barb Esomus danricus (Hamilton, 1822) (Cyprinidae) in the Ganges River, ... APA style: Life History Traits of the Flying Barb Esomus danricus (Hamilton, 1822) (Cyprinidae) in the Ganges River, ... The flying barb, Esomus danricus (Hamilton, 1822) belongs to the family Cyprinidae, is a small indigenous fish species (SIS) of ...
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Age and growth in the Indian major carp Labeo rohita Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae from tropical rivers of Ganga basin, IndiaAge and growth in the Indian major carp Labeo rohita Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae from tropical rivers of Ganga basin, India

Age and growth in the Indian major carp Labeo rohita (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae) from tropical rivers of Ganga basin, India ... Edad y crecimiento de la carpa mayor de la India Labeo rohita (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae) de los ríos tropicales de la cuenca ...
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Speciation and anagenesis in the genus Cyprinella of Mexico (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): a case study of Model III allopatric...Speciation and anagenesis in the genus Cyprinella of Mexico (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): a case study of Model III allopatric...

Cyprinidae): a case study of Model III allopatric speciation, Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries" on DeepDyve, the largest ... Speciation and anagenesis in the genus Cyprinella of Mexico (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): a case study... Wood, Robert; Mayden, ... Speciation and anagenesis in the genus Cyprinella of Mexico (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): a case study of Model III allopatric ... Speciation and anagenesis in the genus Cyprinella of Mexico (Teleostei: Cyprinidae): a case study of Model III allopatric ...
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Risk Analysis on Spring Viraemia of Carp from Imported CyprinidaeRisk Analysis on Spring Viraemia of Carp from Imported Cyprinidae

Wu, B., Zhang, L., Zang, Y.T. and Jiang, H.X. (2018) Risk Analysis on Spring Viraemia of Carp from Imported Cyprinidae. ...
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Contrasting morphology with molecular data: an approach to revision of species complexes based on the example of European...Contrasting morphology with molecular data: an approach to revision of species complexes based on the example of European...

Palandačić A, Bravničar J, Zupančič P, Šanda R, Snoj A. Molecular data suggest a multispecies complex of Phoxinus (Cyprinidae) ... Bianco PG, De Bonis S. A taxonomic study on the genus Phoxinus (Acthinopterigy, Cyprinidae) from Italy and western Balkans with ... Briolay J, Galtier N, Brito RM, Bouvet Y. Molecular phylogeny of Cyprinidae inferred from cytochrome b DNA sequences. Mol ... Kottelat M. Three new species of Phoxinus from Greece and southern France (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Ichthyol Explor Freshwat. ...
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Phylogenetic relationships and biogeographical patterns in Circum-Mediterranean subfamily Leuciscinae (Teleostei, Cyprinidae)...Phylogenetic relationships and biogeographical patterns in Circum-Mediterranean subfamily Leuciscinae (Teleostei, Cyprinidae)...

Leuciscinae is a subfamily belonging to the Cyprinidae fish family that is widely distributed in Circum-Mediterranean region. ... The fossil record of Cyprinidae family in Eurasia [28-30] suggests its origin in East and Southeast Asia, where greatest ... Lévêque C, Daget J: Cyprinidae. Check-list of the freshwater fishes of Africa (CLOFFA). Edited by: Daget J, Gosse J-P, Thys van ... He S, Mayden RL, Wang X, Wang W, Tang KL, Chen W-J, Chen Y: Molecular phylogenetics of the family Cyprinidae (Actinpoterygii: ...
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Complete mitochondrial genome of the Moltrechts minnow, Aphyocypris moltrechti (Teleostei, Cyprinidae), in comparison with A....Complete mitochondrial genome of the Moltrecht's minnow, Aphyocypris moltrechti (Teleostei, Cyprinidae), in comparison with A....

The complete mitochondrial genome of the Korean minnow Nipponocypris koreanus (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae).. *I-Shiung Chen, Yu- ... Complete mitochondrial genome of the Moltrechts minnow, Aphyocypris moltrechti (Teleostei, Cyprinidae), in comparison with A. ... The complete mitochondrial genome of the Kinmens population of endangered minnow Metzia mesembrinum (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae ... Cyprinidae), in comparison with A. kikuchii.}, author={Nian-Hong Jang-Liaw and Chi-Li Tsai and Chia-Hao Chang and Katsutoshi ...
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Una especie nueva de Algansea (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae) en la cuenca del río Ameca en el centro de MéxicoUna especie nueva de Algansea (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae) en la cuenca del río Ameca en el centro de México

A new species of Algansea (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae) from the Ameca River basin, in Central Mexico ... Key words: Algansea amecae n. sp., Cyprinidae, North America, central Mexico, morphological analysis, freshwater fishes. ... Palabras clave: Algansea amecae n. sp., Cyprinidae, Norteamérica, centro de México, análisis morfológico, peces dulceacuícolas. ... A new species of the Genus Yuriria Jordan & Evermann, 1896 (actinopterygii, cyprinidae) from the Ameca Basin if the Central ...
more infohttp://www.scielo.org.mx/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1870-34532009000200019&lng=es&nrm=iso

Phylogenetic relationships of hexaploid large-sized barbs (genus Labeobarbus, Cyprinidae) based on mtDNA data | IMBBCPhylogenetic relationships of hexaploid large-sized barbs (genus Labeobarbus, Cyprinidae) based on mtDNA data | IMBBC

The phylogenetic relationships among species of the Labeobarbus genus (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) which comprises large body-sized ... Phylogenetic relationships of hexaploid large-sized barbs (genus Labeobarbus, Cyprinidae) based on mtDNA data. ... Phylogenetic relationships of hexaploid large-sized barbs (genus Labeobarbus, Cyprinidae) based on mtDNA data. ...
more infohttp://www.imbbc.hcmr.gr/content/phylogenetic-relationships-hexaploid-large-sized-barbs-genus-labeobarbus-cyprinidae-based-mt

The phylogenetic position of the enigmatic Balkan Aulopyge huegelii (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from the perspective of host...The phylogenetic position of the enigmatic Balkan Aulopyge huegelii (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from the perspective of host...

Type-host : Aulopyge huegelii Heckel, 1843 (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae).. Type-locality : Locality Duvansko polje, River Šujica ... el Gharbi S, Birgi E, Lambert A. Monogenean Dactylogyridae parasites of Cyprinidae of the genus Barbus in North Africa. Syst ... Palandačíc A, Bravničar J, Zupančič P, Šanda R, Snoj A. Molecular data suggest a multicpecies complex of Phoxinus (Cyprinidae) ... Nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequence data reveal the evolutionary history of Barbus (Cyprinidae) in the ancient lake systems ...
more infohttps://parasitesandvectors.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13071-017-2491-z

Analysis of vitellogenin gene structure in Caspian roach, Rutilus caspicus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) during exposure to AtrazineAnalysis of vitellogenin gene structure in Caspian roach, Rutilus caspicus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) during exposure to Atrazine

However, there was a high sequence identity between the members of the Cyprinidae which could be construed as some kind of ... Moreover, we have indicated that the obtained Vg sequence is closely related to other members of Cyprinidae family namely ... "Analysis of vitellogenin gene structure in Caspian roach, Rutilus caspicus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) during exposure to Atrazine". ... Analysis of vitellogenin gene structure in Caspian roach, Rutilus caspicus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) during exposure to Atrazine. ...
more infohttp://cjes.guilan.ac.ir/article_2638.html

InsubriaSPACE - Thesis PhD Repository: Phylogeography of Italian barbels (Cyprinidae, Barbus) inferred by mitochondrial and...InsubriaSPACE - Thesis PhD Repository: Phylogeography of Italian barbels (Cyprinidae, Barbus) inferred by mitochondrial and...

Buonerba, L.Phylogeography of Italian barbels (Cyprinidae, Barbus) inferred by mitochondrial and nuclear markers. (Doctoral ... Phylogeography of Italian barbels (Cyprinidae, Barbus) inferred by mitochondrial and nuclear markers. ...
more infohttp://insubriaspace.cineca.it/handle/10277/276

Genetic differentiation between cave and surface-dwelling populations of Garra barreimiae (Cyprinidae) in Oman | BMC...Genetic differentiation between cave and surface-dwelling populations of Garra barreimiae (Cyprinidae) in Oman | BMC...

Xiao H, Chen SY, Liu ZM, Zhang RD, Li WX, Zan RG, Zhang YP: Molecular phylogeny of Sinocyclocheilus (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae ... Banister KE: A subterranean population of Garra barreimiae (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from Oman, with comments on the concept of ... Genetic differentiation between cave and surface-dwelling populations of Garra barreimiae (Cyprinidae) in Oman. ... Cyprinidae). Aquatic Ecology. 2009, 43 (2): 539-547. 10.1007/s10452-008-9173-z.View ArticleGoogle Scholar. ...
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Morphometric Variations and Fishery Unit Assessment of Cyclocheilichthys apogon (Actinopterigii: Cyprinidae) from Three...Morphometric Variations and Fishery Unit Assessment of Cyclocheilichthys apogon (Actinopterigii: Cyprinidae) from Three...

Cyprinidae) from Three-Different Rivers in North-Eastern Thailand ... Cyprinidae) from Three-Different Rivers in North-Eastern ... Morphometric Variations and Fishery Unit Assessment of Cyclocheilichthys apogon (Actinopterigii: Cyprinidae) from Three- ...
more infohttp://researcherslinks.com/current-issues/Morphometric-Variations-and-Fishery-Unit-Assessment-Eastern-Thailand/20/1/909
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