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A Cavernicolous Form of the Poeciliid Fish Poecilia sphenops from Tabasco, Mexico
LADIGES, W. 1958. Der malaiische Gurami Spaerichthys osphromenoides Canestrini. D. Aquar. u. Terr. Z. 11:3-7. MAGOUN, H. W. 1958. The waking brain. Thomas, Springfield, Ill. 138 p. MORRIS, D. 1958.Expand
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The role of the intestine in salinity adaptation of the rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri
Abstract 1. 1. Steady-state drinking rates and intestinal absorption of water and electrolytes in vivo were studied by means of indwelling Foley catheters and a volume indicator (polyethyleneExpand
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Aspects of the physiology of terrestrial life in amphibious fishes. III. The Chinese mudskipper Periophthalmus cantonensis.
The first paper of this series (Gordon et al. 1969) defined our usage of the phrase 'amphibious fishes', surveyed the literature on the physiology of terrestrial adaptations in those amphibiousExpand
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The Greatest Step in Vertebrate History: A Paleobiological Review of the Fish‐Tetrapod Transition*
  • J. Long, M. Gordon
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Physiological and Biochemical Zoology
  • 1 September 2004
Recent discoveries of previously unknown fossil forms have dramatically transformed understanding of many aspects of the fish‐tetrapod transition. Newer paleobiological approaches have alsoExpand
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Effects of Solar UV‐B Radiation on Embryonic Development in Hyla cadaverina, Hyla regilla, and Taricha torosa
Exposure to solar ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation leads to increased embryonic mortality in some amphibians. It has been hypothesized that sensitivity to UV-B may contribute to the population declinesExpand
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A kinematic examination of wild sockeye salmon jumping up natural waterfalls
Wild Alaskan sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka jumping natural waterfalls were observed and photographed to obtain insight into factors important to the fish in dealing with obstacles during theirExpand
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Osmotic Regulation in the Crab-Eating Frog ( Rana Cancrivora )
1. The osmotic and ionic regulatory abilities of adults of the euryhaline crab-eating frog ( Rana cancrivora ) have been studied. Adult frogs tolerated environmental salinities as high as 28‰ atExpand
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Hydrodynamic stability of swimming in ostraciid fishes: role of the carapace in the smooth trunkfish Lactophrys triqueter (Teleostei: Ostraciidae)
SUMMARY The hydrodynamic bases for the stability of locomotory motions in fishes are poorly understood, even for those fishes, such as the rigid-bodied smooth trunkfish Lactophrys triqueter, thatExpand
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