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Characiformes (Greek charac-, ‘a pointed stake, sea fish’) Taxonomy: Superclass OsteichthyesCharaciformes (Greek charac-, ‘a pointed stake, sea fish’) Taxonomy: Superclass Osteichthyes
Description: “usually has opposing pharyngeal teeth, adipose fin, and separation of the first hypural from the compound ural centrum” (Bond 1996). Pharyngeal teeth
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II. Freshwater Fish General CharacteristicsII. Freshwater Fish General Characteristics
There are 247 species of freshwater fish in Texas alone. Some of these species are able to live in brackish (partly salty) water, such as in estuaries. All fish play an important role in the aquatic ecosystem. Pharyngeal teeth
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External Fish AnatomyExternal Fish Anatomy
The following illustration of a largemouth bass shows some of the common external features that are used to describe the differences between fish that are explained in more detail below. Pharyngeal teeth
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Grass carp ( Ctenopharyngodon idella)Grass carp ( Ctenopharyngodon idella)
To increase the production we have to know about the biology of these fish. To improve our economy, we should learn about the food habit, growth rate, geographical distribution. Pharyngeal teeth
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Feeding Preferences of Parrot Fish Fish are Friends not FoodFeeding Preferences of Parrot Fish Fish are Friends not Food
However, the results disproved the hypothesis; depth was not a major influence parrotfish feeding preferences, instead it was coral morphology which is influenced by abiotic factors such as light exposure. Pharyngeal teeth
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Internal Anatomy IntroductionInternal Anatomy Introduction
After today, you will realize that most bony fishes have a swimbladder that dominates the body cavity. There are numerous other differences between the classes many of which will be covered during lecture. Pharyngeal teeth
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Incisors for cutting Canines for grasping food that fights back MolariformIncisors for cutting Canines for grasping food that fights back Molariform
Stomach Chemistry: Grinds up and liquefies the food. Produces hydrochloric acid and a protein-digesting enzyme called pepsin. Function, makes big bits into little bits. Pharyngeal teeth
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Wfb 232 Ichthyology Taxonomy, Week 5 28 Feb 2005Wfb 232 Ichthyology Taxonomy, Week 5 28 Feb 2005
Contains fishes with adipose fins and nuptial tubercles(but not all members of this group have adipose fins and nuptial tubercles) no “unique” characteristic common to all species in Euteleostei. Pharyngeal teeth
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Discovery of a fauna with Procarcharodon megalodon (Agassiz, 1835) in New CaledoniaDiscovery of a fauna with Procarcharodon megalodon (Agassiz, 1835) in New Caledonia
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Biol213 Lect 7 Fish in RiversBiol213 Lect 7 Fish in Rivers
It is recommended that you follow-up subjects from the lecture by further reading. These notes are intended only as a memory prompt – The course website is being developed to provide additional information but is not a substitute for. Pharyngeal teeth
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New Zealand Mudsnail Risk Analysis for ArizonaNew Zealand Mudsnail Risk Analysis for Arizona
Source information on description, life history, reproductive strategy, environmental tolerances, preferred habitat, distribution, and known/potential impacts from. Pharyngeal teeth
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Objectives: To identify some of the common fishes located in Southwestern paObjectives: To identify some of the common fishes located in Southwestern pa
A variety of background information has been provided for your reference. Please refer to it for descriptions of scale, fin, and morphology descriptions. Also refer to the dichotomous key to assist with the identification of selected pa. Pharyngeal teeth
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Eremichthys acros (Centrarchidae) Desert Dace-ThreatenedEremichthys acros (Centrarchidae) Desert Dace-Threatened
The head and body depth is 0 to 5 times its body length. Barbels are lacking and the maxillary do not reach the eye. Pharyngeal teeth are in a single row at the rate of 5 Lateral line is complete. Pharyngeal teeth
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Inflammation of the tissues that support the teeth—periodontitis; tissues that support the teeth include the periodontal ligament and the alveolar bone. Pharyngeal teeth
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