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The Interrelation of Biting and Filtering in the Feeding Activity of the Northern Anchovy (Engraulis mordax)
A previous study showed that the northern anchovy (Engraulis mordax) captures Artemia adults (3.7 mm long) by biting and Artemia nauplii (0.65 mm long) by filter feeding. This study shows that theExpand
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A Laboratory Study of Particulate and Filter Feeding of the Northern Anchovy (Engraulis mordax)
Observations of feeding behavior demonstrated that Engraulis mordax captures food by two distinctly different kinds of attack—biting and filtering. Artemia adults in high concentration evoke a bitingExpand
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Histological criteria for diagnosing the starving condition in early post yolk sac larvae of the northern anchovy, Engraulis mordax Girard
Abstract The identification of fish larvae that are in starving condition in plankton samples would be a valuable aid in estimating early mortality rates of populations in the sea. HistologicalExpand
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The effect of food density on survival and growth of early post yolk-sac larvae of the northern anchovy (Engraulis mordax Girard) in the laboratory
Populations of 100 eggs hatched in small containers were used to determine the effect of six levels of Zooplankton feeding on the survival and growth of larval northern anchovy (Engraulis mordaxExpand
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PERCENTAGE OF STARVING NORTHERN ANCHOVY; ENGRAULISMORDAX, LARVAE IN THE SEA AS ESTIMATED BY HISTOLOGICALMETHODS
The proportion of starving larvae of northern anchovy, Engraulis mordax, was estimated for the Southern California Bight in March 1977 from histological examination of larvae for 64 1 m net towExpand
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Development of Organ Systems in the Northern Anchovy, Engraulis Mordax, and Other Teleosts
SYNOPSIS. Certain aspects of development that are indicative of changing functional and ecological capabilities are reviewed for six different organ systems in the northern anchovy, Engraulis mordaxExpand
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Fish Bulletin No. 93. The Life History of the Cabezon Scorpaenichthys marmoratus (Ayres)
Author(s): O'Connell, Charles P | Abstract: During the past 15 years the cabezon, Scorpaenichthys marmoratus, the largest of the North American Cottidae and a species of minor economic importance,Expand
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Use of fish school for conditioned response experiments
A conditioned response experiment was carried out in January 1956 on the Pacific sardine, Sardinops caerulea, to assess the feasibility of applying such a technique to this and other clupeoid fishesExpand
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