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Synonyms for Petromyzon

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This group is composed of Petromyzon marinus, species characteristic of the upstream of Aissi wadi (AmoA), Rutilus rutilus and Albirnus albirnus, common species to AmoA station (up sream of Aissi wadi) and Taks (Taksebt dam), and Aristichtys nobilis , Hypophtalmichthys molitrix, Carassius auratus, Cyprinus carpio var.
Among the 16 species caught, five are amphihaline migratory species (Alosa alosa, Alosa fallax, Mugil cephalus, Petromyzon marinus, Anguilla anguilla) and 11 exclusively freshwater species, 10 of which have been introduced as part of water body replanting programs.
The presence of Petromyzon marinus observed at the station AmoA (upstream of Aissi Wadi) and Rutilus rutilus--Alburnus alburnus, identified in two types of environments (Watercourse and dam), typical of watercourses in particular Aissi Wadi, can be interpreted as a residue of the species initially present in the rivers before the construction of the Taksebt dam.
Eight skin samples were fabricated from each Petromyzon marinus specimen, with four samples collected from the anterior left and right sides of the body, and four samples collected from the posterior left and right sides.
100 Sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus (*) Location and body axis Head (Long.
The sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus genome reveals the early origin of several chemosensory receptor families in the vertebrate lineage.
As noted above, there are two copies of Aqp3 in the agnathan lamprey genome (sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus Linnaeus, 1758; Finn et al.
appendix (DeKay), American NW brook lamprey Petromyzon marinus Linnaeus, sea NW lamprey Order Acipenseriformes (paddlefish, strugeons) Family Acipenseridae (sturgeon) Acipenser fulvescens Rafinesque, W, S lake surgeon Scaphirhynchus platorynchus W, SE (Rafinesque), shovelnose sturgeon Family Polyodontidae (paddlefish) Polyodon spathula (Walbaum), W, SE paddlefish Order Lepisosteiformes (gars) Family Lepisosteidae (gars) Lepisosteus oculatus Winchell, NE, SW spotted gar L.
There are several non-mammalian vertebrates that achieve CNS regeneration and have some or all of these features (Tanaka and Ferretti, 2009), such as the zebrafish (Becker and Becker, 2008), the African clawed frog (Tseng and Levin, 2008), and the main focus of our discussion, the lamprey species Petromyzon marinus.
Regeneration in the severed spinal cord of chordatc larvae of Petromyzon marinus.
Representatives of Myxine (Table 1) and Petromyzon marinus were chosen as outgroup taxa based on Kuo et al.
3 -- Taiwan AF364627 Petromyzon marinus -- Unknown U11880 Dashes (--) indicate that data were not available from Kuo et al.