Ambystoma mexicanum


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Synonyms for Ambystoma mexicanum

larval salamander of mountain lakes of Mexico that usually lives without metamorphosing

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Las muestras de hisopos recogidos de Ambystoma mexicanum en semicautiverio mostraron un 75% de positivos (9/12) para el hongo quitrido mediante el diagnostico de nPCR (Cuadro 3).
Bacterial isolates from the intestinal microbiota of the salamander species Ambystoma mexicanum (a common laboratory model organism and increasingly common household pet) were surveyed for resistance to a set of antibiotics, with particular emphasis on the beta lactam antibiotic ampicillin.
Oei et al., "Positional information in axolotl and mouse limb extracellular matrix is mediated via heparan sulfate and fibroblast growth factor during limb regeneration in the axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum)," Regeneration, vol.
The objective of this study was to characterize the biological actions of methoprene acid (MA), a metabolite of the insecticide methoprene, on a developing axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum, and to assess levels of developmental stability following treatment of embryos and hatchlings.
Among these, the Mexican salamander, or axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum), is used widely for studying regeneration.
Tubulin was localized in the marginal bands of both molluscan (Noetia ponderosa; [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1A, A[PRIME] OMITTED]) and amphibian erythrocytes (Notophthalmus viridescens, Ambystoma mexicanum; not shown), in sea urchin sperm flagella (Lytechinus pictus; [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1B, B[PRIME] OMITTED],), and in mitotic spindles and asters of dividing sea urchin zygotes (L.
By contrast, in another urodele, Ambystoma mexicanum (Orska and Imiolek 1962), and in a garter snake, Thamnophis elegans (Fox et al.