were adapted to a 7.0 m x 5.0 m x 1.0 m aquarium with a water temperature of 24.5 +- 1.0AdegC, pH 7.8, and dissolved oxygen concentration of 9.2 +- 0.5 mg O2/L dechlorinated and aerated water.
Status review report: porbeagle shark (Lamna nasus
), 56 p.
ibitiensis y Parodon nasus
se ha registrado que se reproducen en la temporada de lluvias (Barbieri et al., 1983; Barbieri et al., 1985; Azevedo et al., 1988a, b; Barbieri & Barbieri, 1989) y para Apareiodon affinis Bialetzki et al.
Okada, "Clinical application of the harmonic scalpel to allergic rhinitis," Auris Nasus
For example young porbeagles (Lamna nasus
) are sometimes mistaken for shortfin makos because their teeth lack cusplets, and young white sharks are mistaken for porbeagles because their teeth partially lack serrated edges and show cusplets.
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`Nasturtium' comes from Pliny's term for pungent plants - taken from nasus
for nose and tortus to twist - and now officially applied to watercress.
shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus; porbeagle, Lamna nasus
; and white shark) and smooth, Sphyrna zygaena; and scalloped, S.
Taxonomical debates and genetic divergence of Coilia, especially Coilia nasus
and Coilia mystus in China, are always the hot topics of research.
Sasaki, "Head and neck cancer associated with esophageal cancer," Auris, Nasus
, Larynx, vol.
Yumoto, "A case of migratory fish bone in the thyroid gland," Auris Nasus
(2015) showed that porbeagles (Lamna nasus
) and shortfin makos experienced much greater mortality than blue sharks in the Canadian pelagic longline fishery, and about one-half of the hooked porbeagles and shortfin makos died during or after fishing owing to hooking or postrelease mortality.
Catches of other coarse fish (including tench Tinca tinca, chub Leuciscus cephalus and nase Chondrostoma nasus
) rarely, if ever, exceeded 50 individuals per year.