2013: Population structure of the bluemouth
, Helicolenus dactylopterus (Teleostei: Sebastidae), in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean using geometric morphometric techniques.
Rodriguez-Mendoza R, Munoz M, Saborido-Rey F (2011) Ontogenetic allometry of the bluemouth
Helicolenus dactylopterus dactylopterus (Teleostei: Scorpaenidae), in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean based on geometric morphometries.
As with the other volumes, this one also combines conceptual reflection with a rich appreciation of the materialities of space, place, and environment: bluemouth
The sheep would be susceptible to diseases spread by insects, which could have flown onto the ship, Creagh explains, which include the bluemouth
and sheep pox virus, screw fly worm and foot-and-mouth disease.
Key words: Helicolenus dactylopterus, bluemouth
rockfish, length-weight relationship, otoliths, Von Bertalanffy growth model.
In our Forum piece, "Coherent Confusion and Intentional Accidents," co-editor Bruce Barton explores how bluemouth
Dans la rubrique Forum, la contribution du co-redacteur Bruce Barton, intitulee << Coherent Confusion and Intentional Accidents >>, porte sur le spectacle Dance Marathon de bluemouth
7) All performance text extracts from Dance Marathon (2009), collectively created by bluemouth
Volume 9 of the New Canadian Drama series (Borealis) edited by Bruce Barton, Reluctant Texts presents the scripts of four performances: What the Thunder Said by Bluemouth
The above quote--transcribed from a grant application submitted by Stephen O'Connell of the formerly Toronto-based performance collective bluemouth
Briefly using the example of Toronto's theatre company Bluemouth
126,127, and 129),l have explored, from a variety of separate but related perspectives, the process and product of Bluemouth