group 1 which is constituted of Alosa Alosa
fallax, Mugil cephalus, are clearly marginalized.
Baumhauer JF, Alosa
DM, Renstrom PAFH, Trevino S, Beynnon B.
American shad, a North American Alosa
species most closely related to the Alabama shad, has a fecundity range estimated from 20,226-69,887 oocytes/kg of somatic weight with diameter measurements from 0.
mediocris (Mitchill): Hickory Shad; no account in text, Plate XXIX (Fig.
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256) There are several private organizations dedicated to providing nonbiased information on prescription drugs, including The Independent Drug Information Service, the Alosa
Foundation, the Drug Effectiveness and Review Project, and the Pew Prescription Project.
The Alabama shad, Alosa
alabamae, is an anadromous species that has declined drastically throughout the freshwater portion of its range during the past several decades.
Destacan las dos especies del genero Alosa
junto con Petromyzon marinus.
The Latin name for American shad, Alosa
sopidissimo, translates to "most savory.
Ultrastructural study of the spermatozoon of Pronoprymna ventricosa (Digenea, Baccigerinae), parasite of the twaite shad Alosa
fallax Lacepede (Pisces, Teleostei).
Fue hija primogenita de don Juan de Venegas de Valenzuela (1654-1695), I conde de Val del Aguila (3), y de dona Maria Antonia del Aguila y Alosa
Purper 1974: Cythereis ilosvayi (Daday) Muller, 1912; Cytheridella ilosvayi Daday, Klie, 1930; Onychocythere alosa
sapidissima--"Fishermen told us that the Shad ascends the Ocmulgee River as far as the Shoals.
Crecco VA, Savoy TF (1985) Density-dependent catchability and its potencial causes and consequences on Connecticut River American Shad, Alosa
Lab tests show that Alosa
sapidissima, the American shad--a small fish related to herring--can hear frequencies as high as 180 kilohertz.