American alligator

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Noun1.American alligator - large alligator of the southeastern United StatesAmerican alligator - large alligator of the southeastern United States
gator, alligator - either of two amphibious reptiles related to crocodiles but with shorter broader snouts
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Achieving environmentally relevant organochlorine pesticide concentrations in eggs through maternal exposure in Alligator mississippiensis. Mar.
Growth rates and body condition factors of Alligator mississippiensis in coastal Louisiana wetlands: a comparison of wild and farm-released juveniles.
STATE REPTILE--AMERICAN ALLIGATOR (ALLIGATOR MISSISSIPPIENSIS)
The American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) is another one of those enduring symbols of Florida.
The American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) is an abundant, large-bodied predator found throughout the southeastern United States (McAllister and Upton, 1990; Elsey and Woodward, 2010).
Observations on maternal-behavior of the American alligator, Alligator mississippiensis. J.
Constant temperature above 34[degrees]C during incubation has been shown to produce a high embryo mortality in Alligator mississippiensis (Ferguson and Joanen, 1982) and has been cited as a mortality factor for embryos of other species as well (Hutton and Webb, 1992).
Ha relatos sobre a descricao do ombro e braco do Crocodillus Acutus (FURBRINGER, 1876 apud LAITMAN, 2003); e do antebraco de Alligator mississippiensis, Caiman crocodilus e Crocodylus acutus (RUDINGER, 1868 apud LAITMAN, 2003), nao encontrados os documentados originais, afim de serem referenciados, diretamente, nesta compilacao.
Penicillium, ha sido reportado como patogeno en la piel de Aldabrachelys gigantea (OROS et al., 1996) y Alligator mississippiensis (JASMIN & BAUCOM, 1967), asi como mutualista para Dipodomys spectabilis (HAWKINS, 1999), mientras que Trichoderma, ha sido reportado en casos de dermatitis micotica en ranas en cautiverio (CRASHAW).
1990), Philobdella gracile, Placobdella multilineata y Placobdella papillifera parasitan a Alligator mississippiensis (Viosca 1962, Forrester & Sawyer 1974, Smith et al.
Asi, para aumentar la velocidad de crecimiento de Alligator mississippiensis, se descubrio que el consumo de proteinas no debe ser inferior al 42% de la energia metabolizable (18)