Fundulus heteroclitus

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Synonyms for Fundulus heteroclitus

silver-and-black killifish of saltwater marshes along the Atlantic coast of the United States

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Evidence for growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor I axis regulation of seawater acclimation in the euryhaline teleost Fundulus heteroclitus.
Based on this information, the aims of this study were to investigate the effects of probiotic dietary administration on the reproductive performances of the marine teleost Fundulus heteroclitus and the effects of such broodstock dietary treatment on the growth and survival of new progeny.
Our study examined the use of ink by sea hares as a chemical defense against vertebrate predators, based on an ingestion assay with five species of predatory fishes: bluehead wrasses Thalassoma bifasciatum, senorita wrasses Oxyjulis californica, pinfish Lagodon rhomboides, mummichogs Fundulus heteroclitus, and bonnethead sharks Sphyrna tiburo.
La mayoria de los trabajos coincide en que las celulas cloro son mas grandes en peces marinos que en los de agua dulce en todas las etapas, pero se menciona a Fundulus heteroclitus como una excepcion.
1988), a administracao intraperitonial de peptideos de colecistoquinina diferentes, em Fundulus heteroclitus in vivo, estimula a secrecao pancreatica de lipase, medida por meio da atividade dessa enzima.
Fishes such as Leiostomus xanthurus Lacepede 1802 (spot), Fundulus heteroclitus Linnaeus 1766 (mummichog) and Platichthys stellatus Pallas 1788 (starry flounder), as well as crustaceans such as Palaemonetes pugio Holthuis 1949 (grass shrimp), have been shown to impact benthic meiofaunal communities either through direct feeding or disturbance (5, 7, 11).
Overwintering habitat selection by the mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, in a Cape Cod (USA) salt marsh.
Summer home range and movements of Fundulus heteroclitus (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae) in a tidal creek.
Fundulus heteroclitus, normally more characteristic of estuarine conditions, has nonetheless successfully established populations in both the Wissahickon Creek and Skippack Creek subbasins.
Biochemical systematics in southeastern populations of Fundulus heteroclitus and Fundulus grandis.