Myxine


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Noun1.Myxine - type genus of the Myxinidae (typical hagfishes)Myxine - type genus of the Myxinidae (typical hagfishes)
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Myxinidae, Myxinidae - slime-producing marine animals: hagfishes
Myxine glutinosa - typical hagfish
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The slackness is more visible in examples of Eptatretus stoutii and less so in the skins of Myxine glutinosa, and while this might imply some diversity in skin tautness across hagfish species, the skins of all hagfish are substantially decoupled from the body core (A.
Beside this double antibiotic ointment and irrigant, neomycin is sometimes used in combination with poly myxine and/or bacitracine.
9:15 A MORPHOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE SKIN OF HAGFISH MYXINE GLUTINOSA (AGNATHA: MYXINI), Rasheeda S.
Fisheries worldwide directly profit from the harvesting of hagfish, such as Myxine garmani (Vulnerable) and Eptatretus burgeri (Near Threatened) for leather and food.
Junto a los Pandalidae, el uso de estas trampas durante la campana PANDAL, revelo la presencia de Myxine circifrons, una especie de pez "bruja" de interes comercial, parecida a otras especies del mismo genero cuya piel es utilizada en algunos paises (Hendrickx y Hastings, 2007).
Foss (1963) also reported that hagfish, Myxine glutinosa, have been observed entering holes on mud bottoms near Norway.
The species we'll miss is Myxine glutinosa, or the hagfish, which scavenges the ocean bottom for carrion.
Although many species of the dominant hagfish genus Eptatretus coil, coiling does not appear to occur in one well-studied species of the other common genus, Myxine glutinosa (Strahan, 1963).
Representatives of Myxine (Table 1) and Petromyzon marinus were chosen as outgroup taxa based on Kuo et al.
Gonadal development has been studied histologically in Myxine glutinosa, Eptatretus stouti, and E.