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Relationships among major lineages of characid fishes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi: Characiformes), based on molecular sequence data.
The family Characidae is a group of freshwater bony fishes that exhibits high species-level diversity and whose members inhabit parts of Texas, Mexico, and Central and South America. Thus far,Expand
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Putative relationships among inseminating and externally fertilizing characids, with a description of a new genus and species of Brazilian inseminating fish bearing an anal-fin gland in males
Uma especie com inseminacao interna da familia Characidae, Bryconadenos tanaothoros, de tributarios das bacias do alto Tapajos e alto Xingu, Estado de Mato Grosso, Brasil e descrita como especie novaExpand
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Mutual exclusion using indivisible reads and writes
The copyright law of the United States [Title 17, United States Code] governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. Expand
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Insemination in Eight Species of Cheirodontine Fishes (Teleostei: Characidae: Cheirodontinae)
Internal fertilization is relatively rare in the superorder Ostariophysi (Breder and Rosen, 1966). Internal fertilization is unknown in the Gonorhynchiformes and Cypriniformes and in the SiluriformesExpand
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Follicular placenta and embryonic growth of the viviparous four‐eyed fish (Anableps)
In the four‐eyed fish, Anableps (Atheriniformes, Anablepidae), eggs are fertilized and embryos develop to term within the ovarian follicles. Development is highly matrotrophic. During gestation, theExpand
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Mass coral bleaching due to unprecedented marine heatwave in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (Northwestern Hawaiian Islands)
2014 marked the sixth and most widespread mass bleaching event reported in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, home to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM), the world’s second largestExpand
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Internal fertilization, testis and sperm morphology in glandulocaudinae fishes (Teleostei: Characidae: Glandulocaudinae)
In this report, the gonads of 32 glandulocaudine species, representing 18 genera, are compared with 11 outgroup characiform species. Through the presence of spermatozoa within the ovarian cavity,Expand
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Histopathology of Growth Anomaly Affecting the Coral, Montipora capitata: Implications on Biological Functions and Population Viability
Growth anomalies (GAs) affect the coral, Montipora capitata, at Wai'ōpae, southeast Hawai'i Island. Our histopathological analysis of this disease revealed that the GA tissue undergoes changes whichExpand
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Viviparity in the halfbeak genera Dermogenys and Nomorhamphus (Teleostei: Hemiramphidae)
Gravid ovaries were examined histologically from two species of Nomorhamphus and 21 populations of Dermogenys. In addition, changes in dry‐weight throughout gestation are provided for 15 populations.Expand
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The Reproductive Cycle and Its Environmental Control in the Pumpkinseed, Lepomis gibbosus (Pisces: Centrarchidae)
TURNER, F. B. 1962. The demography of frogs and toads. Q. Rev. Biol. 37:303-314. VAN GELDER, J. J., AND H. C. J. OOMEN. 1970. Ecological observations on amphibia in the Netherlands. I. Rana arvalisExpand
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