Myxine glutinosa

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typical hagfish

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Furthermore, the skins of the Atlantic hagfish Myxine glutinosa have minimal influence on whole-body flexural stiffness during steady swimming movements across various body speeds (Long et al., 2002b).
Previous experiments with oscillating body segments of Atlantic hagfish Myxine glutinosa indicated that the subcutaneous sinus could aid in flexural damping, even though it would impede thrust production (Long et al., 2002b).
The notochord of hagfish Myxine glutinosa: visco-elastic properties and mechanical functions during steady swimming.
Acid-base regulation in the Atlantic hagfish Myxine glutinosa. J.
Cloning of an aquaporin 9 gene orthologue from the hagfish (Myxine glutinosa).
Nucleotide and derived-amino acid sequence of a putative Atlantic hagfish (Myxine glutinosa) aquaporin 4 cDNA.
Zur Feinstruktur der spermatogenetischen Stadien von Myxine glutinosa L.
In addition, we have partially cloned the carboxylase gene from chicken (Gallus gallus), hagfish (Myxine glutinosa), and horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus).
We have cloned carboxylase homologs in full length or partial form from the beluga whale (Delphinapterus leucas), toadfish (Opsanus tau), chicken (Gallus gallus), hagfish (Myxine glutinosa), horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) and cone snail (Conus textile) in order to compare these structures to the known bovine, human, rat and mouse cDNA sequences.
The structures of the testes and spermatozoa of hagfish have been described in Myxine glutinosa, Bdellostoma burgeri, and B.
In hagfish eggs, one micropyle with an outer opening diameter of 4.2 [[micro]meter], 4.7 [[micro]meter], or 4 [[micro]meter] in Myxine glutinosa (Kosmath et al., 1981), Eptatretus burgeri (Kosmath et al., 1981), or E.
The fine structure of the micropyles of the eggs of Myxine glutinosa and Eptatretus burgeri (Cyclostomata).