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Evaluacion del crecimiento instantaneo de juveniles del tiburon viuda virma (Mustelus canis) en su habitat natural, a traves del indice ARN/ADN.
Los ordenes con mayor diversidad especifica son: Carcharhiniformes (59 especies), Squaliformes (24) y Lamniformes (13); a nivel de familias: Carcharhinidae (con 26), Pentanchidae y Triakidae (cada una con 11) y Sphyrnidae (7); y a nivel generico: Carcharhinus (17), Mustelus (9), Sphyrna (7) y Apristurus (6) (Fig.
In support of our finding, Brown Smooth-hound Sharks (Mustelus henlei) are most active at night compared to day (Campos and others 2009), and Gray Smooth-hound Sharks are most often found in Eelgrass habitat at night (Espinoza and others 2011).
Other shark species sighted in the Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary include the Gummy Shark Mustelus antarcticus.
The interleukin 1 (IL-1) system in the uteroplacental complex of a cartilaginous fish the smoothhound shark Mustelus canis.
Nasri, "Antioxidant and free radical-scavenging activities of smooth hound (Mustelus mustelus) muscle protein hydrolysates obtained by gastrointestinal proteases," Food Chemistry, vol.
(17.) Santi Roberts, "Seafood Watch Seafood Report: Monterey Bay Aquarium--Sharks and Dogfish with a Focus on Blacktip shark (Carcharhinus limbatus), Sandbar shark (Carcharinus plumbeus), Common thresher shark (Alopias vulpinus), Shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus), Spiny dog-fish (Squalus acanthias), Dusky smooth hound (smooth dogfish) (Mustelus canis)" (21 December 2005, with stock update as of 4 October 2010) at 93-96.
The research team performed the sensory experiments on smooth dogfish sharks (Mustelus canis), a small species fairly common in waters off New England.
"The narrow sub-second time window in which this bilateral detection causes the turn response corresponds well with the swimming speed and odour patch dispersal physics of our shark species," known as Mustelus canis or the smooth dogfish, said Jayne Gardiner of the University of South Florida.
The more advanced sharks of the genera Rhizoprionodon, Mustelus, and some Sphyrna (e.g., lewini, tudes, and tiburo) are placental and exhibit annual cycles with concurrent vitellogenesis and gestation (Castro 1989, Castro & Wourms 1993).