chondrichthyan


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chondrichthyan

(kɒnˈdrɪkθɪən)
n
(Animals) zoology a technical name for a cartilaginous fish
[New Latin, from Greek khondros grain, cartilage + ikhthus fish]
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Chondrichthyan fauna of the Frasnian--Famennian boundary beds in Poland.
Abu Dhabi: The Arabian Sea and adjacent waters are home to some of the most threatened chondrichthyan fish (sharks, rays, and chimaeras) populations in the world, according to a study.
New specimens and records of chondrichthyan fishes (Vertebrata: Chondrichthyes) off the Mexican Pacific coast.
Cailliet GM, Smith WD, Mollet HF, KJ Goldman (2006) Age and growth studies of chondrichthyan fishes: the need for consistency in terminology, verification, validation, and growth function fitting.
The oldest chondrichthyan from the Early Devonian period.
CUADRO 1 Composicion taxonomica de los grupos de Condrictios reportados en Mexico y en sus litorales TABLE 1 Taxonomic composition of the chondrichthyan groups from Mexico and within each region Ordenes Familias Generos Especies Quimeras 1 2 3 8 Tiburones 8 24 48 111 Rayas 5 14 33 95 Total 14 40 84 214 Atlantico 13 35 59 118 Pacifico 14 37 62 120 Ambos litorales 7 12 15 24 Total 14 40 84 214
The chondrichthyan fish Isurus is represented by two teeth with crown heights of 19 and 26 mm, without serrations, slightly slanted, with well-preserved U-shaped roots (Fig.
Special issue: Age and growth of chondrichthyan fishes: New methods, techniques and analysis.
Determining reproductive parameters for population assessments of chondrichthyan species with asynchronous ovulation and parturition: piked spurdog (Squalus megalops) as a case study, Marine and Freshwater Research, 57(1): 105-119, 2006.
species of bony fish and chondrichthyan, including an explanation of the terminology and