cyprinid fish


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One of the interesting sidelights of the Reid study concerns the silver cyprinid fish widely consumed by Mwanzans.
Systematics and zoogeography of the American cyprinid fish Notropis (Opsopoeodus) emiliae.
Their topics include the evolutionary role of hybridization and polyploidy in an Iberian cyprinid fish, chromosomal analysis in population structuring and stock identification, nucleolar organizer region markers in identifying and managing rainbow trout stocks reared in Brazil, and applying fluorescence in situ hybridization to genome mapping in fish.
Sexual disruption in a second species of wild cyprinid fish (the Gudgeon, Gobio gobio) in United Kingdom freshwaters.
A new cyprinid fish of the genus Phoxinus (Pisces: Cypriniformes) from the Tennessee River drainage with comments on relationship and biogeography.
On the negative side, an illegal introduction of two cyprinid fish species occurred around 1970 or 1971.
Some aspects of the biology of the longfin dace, a cyprinid fish characteristic of streams in the Sonoran desert.
An ichthyologist, Coburn studied the evolution of cyprinid fish and was a contributor on these fish to The Tree of Life Project.
The most common species of cyprinid fish in Prairie Creek during the present study were Hybognathus nuchalis, Notropis blennius, Cyprinella spiloptera, and Pimephales notatus.
2002) applied a Gompertz model to the relation between otolith height and standard length in cyprinid fish "Ukekuchi-ugui" (Tribolodon nakamurai).
Measurement of vitellogenin, a biomarker for exposure to estrogenic chemicals, in a wide variety of cyprinid fish.
Notropis gibbsi, a new cyprinid fish from the Tallapoosa River System in Alabama and Georgia.
Mitochondrial DNA variation in the highly endangered cyprinid fish Anaecypris hispanica: importance for conservation.
Differential diagnosis of opisthorchid and heterophyid metacercariae (Trematoda) infecting flesh of cyprinid fish from Nam Ngum Dam Lake in Lao PDR.