5 edition of Environmental Biology of European Cyprinids (Developments in Environmental Biology of Fishes) found in the catalog.
Environmental Biology of European Cyprinids (Developments in Environmental Biology of Fishes)
March 30, 2007
Written in English
|Contributions||W. Wieser (Editor), F. Schiemer (Editor), A. Goldschmidt (Editor), K. Kotrschal (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
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Introduction. Different kinds of freshwater fishes of the Cyprinidae genus, commonly known as spirlin, are widely distributed in the freshwaters of Europe, the Caucasus, Asia Minor, and Central Asia, where it is represented by 17 species. 1 – 4 Spirlins are small cyprinid fish generally found in shallow areas with gravel, stones, and well oxygenated clear water. R. Craig Albertson, Pamela C. Yelick, in Methods in Cell Biology, A Zebrafish Pharyngeal Tooth Development. Like other cyprinid fishes, zebrafish lack teeth in their oral jaws but rather exhibit a series of bilaterally symmetric teeth on each cb5 arch (Fig. 1).These pharyngeal teeth exhibit all of the characteristics of teeth present in “higher” vertebrates, including a pulp cavity.
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Front Matter. Pages PDF. Introduction to the environmental biology of European cyprinids. Environmental Biology of European Cyprinids: Papers from the Workshop on 'the Environmental Biology of Cyprinids' Held at the University of Salzburg, in Environmental Biology of Fishes) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
Edition. Book Title Environmental biology of European cyprinids Book Subtitle Papers from the workshop on ‘The Environmental Biology of Cyprinids’ held at the University of Salzburg, Austria, in September Editors. Wieser; F. Schiemer; A. Goldschmidt; Kurt Kotrschal; Series Title Developments in Environmental Biology of Fishes Series Volume Brand: Springer Netherlands.
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Wieser, F. Schiemer, A. Goldschmidt and K. Kotrschal (eds) Kluwer, Dordrecht, The. Environmental Biology of European Cyprinids By Wolfgang Weiser, Fritz Schiemer, Alfred Goldschmidt (Editors), Hardcover, pages. Papers from the Workshop on "The Environmental Biology of Cyprinids" Held at the University of Salzburg/Austria.
To Catch a Carp By Tim Paisley, Hardcover, pages. Biology and ecology. Cyprinids are stomachless fish with toothless jaws. Even so, food can be effectively chewed by the gill rakers of the specialized last gill bow. These pharyngeal teeth allow the fish to make chewing motions against a chewing plate formed by a bony process of the pharyngeal teeth are unique to each species and are used by scientists to identify species.
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Cyprinids are great ones for schooling; a survival mechanism that evolved as an anti-predator measure (many eyes watching are better than just two), and as a food-finding mechanism (better a small share in the crowd frequently than the occasional big bite by yourself).
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Phylogenetic interrelationships of cyprinid subfamilies (2 rasborines, 6 European cyprinines, the tincine Tinca tinca, the European acheilognathine Rhodeus amarus, the European gobionine Gobio gobio, and 17 European leuciscines) were investigated from both morphological and molecular perspectives.
Total DNA was extracted from muscle tissues. A bp section of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) genome. About this book. Cyprinids rank as one of the most commercially important groups of freshwater fishes and are exploited for many purposes: as a human food source, especially in Europe and Asia; as sport fish; and as ornamental fish for ponds and aquaria.
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Volumes 4 and 5 of the series are devoted to Cyprinidae, the largest family of freshwater fishes not only in Europe, but also in the entire world. Seven subfamilies can presently be recognized as valid, but taxonomic positions of many genera remain uncertain.
Five of the seven subfamilies are native to Europe and Transcaucasia.About this book. The Freshwater Fishes of Europe provides full descriptions of all fishes populating European waters, including introduced species and hybrids, and it covers all aspects of their taxonomy, morphoplogy, ecology and relations to man.
Volumes 4 and 5 of the series are devoted to Cyprinidae, the largest family of freshwater fishes not only in Europe, but also in the entire world.`It is a magnificent and stimulating piece of work ' The Biologist `There is no doubt that Cyprinids is an important book which should be in all University and other libraries where fish biology is the chief occupation.
' Journal of Fish Biology ` draws the knowledge of over thirty international experts to provide the first comprehensive account of the biology of the family.