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Hiodon alosoides

Known as: Amphiodon alosoides, Clupea alosoides 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2015
2015
Concentrations of products of biotransformation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PBPAH) were measured in bile of five fishes… Expand
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2015
2015
Limited investigations have been previously made on the growth of the goldeye in northern United States and Canada. Bajkov (1… Expand
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2010
2010
Concentrations of 24 trace metals were assessed in gravid ovaries and in muscle of female juvenile and adult female goldeye… Expand
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2009
Review
2009
Large-scale—even genome-wide—duplications have repeatedly been invoked as an explanation for major radiations. Teleosts, the most… Expand
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2000
2000
Crepidostomum opeongoensis Caira, 1985 (Trematoda: Allocreadiidae) is redescribed from fish hosts Hiodon alosoides and Hiodon… Expand
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1993
1993
Village creek is a lowland stream lying in the Mississippi Embayment in Randolph, Lawrence and Jackson counties in northeastern… Expand
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1978
1978
According to Miller and Robison (1) the distribution of the goldeye (Hiodon alosoides) in Oklahoma extends northwestward in the… Expand
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1973
1973
In November 1967 and continuing into December 1969, the goldeye, Hiodoll «loso/des (Rafinesque), in Fort Peck Reservoir, Mont… Expand
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