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Yet for the 4 gadiform species, >20% Hb polymerized RBCs occurred at 0 h versus 100% at 24 h (P < 0.05), with the exception of P.
(1998) investigated the phenomenon in two Gadiformes, haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus (Linnaeus, 1758)) and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua Linnaeus, 1758), and in a closely related Batrachoidiform, the oyster toadfish (Opscmus tau (Linnaeus, 1766)).
Phylogenetic relationships among families of Gadiformes (Teleostei, Paracanthopterygii) based on nuclear and mitochondrial data.
The Hood Canal stock of Harbor Seals predominantly consumed gadiform fishes (64.59%), clupeiform fishes (50.89%), and salmoniform fishes (30.54% adult or unspecified, 3.74% juvenile) out of a total sample size of 7235 scats or stomachs.
The Northern Inland Waters Stock of Harbor Seals was represented by 1792 scat samples; 64.06% of these contained clupeiform fishes, 47.04% contained perciform fishes, 44.68% contained gadiform fishes, and 21.23% contained scorpaeniform fishes.
Comparison analyses with orthologous sequences of deep-sea gadiforms and a notothenoid indicate that the number of amino acid substitutions ranged between 39 and 53 (Hb-A) and between 31 and 42 (Hb-B).
Other studies investigating kinetic, physical properties and ability to withstand high pressure of LDH-B of two gadiformes support our calculations showing that the enzyme from the deepsea species has a significant increased tolerance to pressure and higher thermostability [6].
Laurence (1978) observo en Gadus morhua y Melanogrammus aeglefinus (Gadiformes) que estas especies se desarrollan mas rapido a mayores temperaturas del agua.
The Argentine hake is a benthopelagic gadiform of the family Merluccidae that occurs in the SW Atlantic shelf and slope waters from 22[degrees] to 55[degrees]S.
The Brazilian codling is another gadiform of great importance for the development of a deep-water fishery off Brazil.
cavirostris from around the world, a list that included 10 cephalopod families (16 genera), gadiform and atheriniform fishes, and 2 accounts of crustacean prey.
In all cases, the results are attributed fundamentally to decreased catch rates of ichthyic species such as Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua), Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus), or haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus), in general, gadiform species.
Evidence from otoliths for establishing relationships within gadiforms. Pp.
Key words: Alaska, central Aleutian Islands, Gadiformes, Lepidion, Moridae, range extension