Leuciscus cephalus

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Related to Leuciscus cephalus: Phoxinus phoxinus, Carassius carassius, thysanopter
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Noun1.Leuciscus cephalus - European freshwater game fish with a thick spindle-shaped bodyLeuciscus cephalus - European freshwater game fish with a thick spindle-shaped body
cyprinid, cyprinid fish - soft-finned mainly freshwater fishes typically having toothless jaws and cycloid scales
genus Leuciscus, Leuciscus - a genus of fish including: dace, chub
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An electrophoretic taxonomic study on serum proteins of Acanthobrama marmid, Leuciscus cephalus, and Chondrostoma regium.
Tuna, "Heavy metal levels in two fish species Leuciscus cephalus and Lepomis gibbosus," Food Chemistry, vol.
Interactions between immunocompetence, somatic condition and parasitism in the chub Leuciscus cephalus in early spring.
Yigit, "Assessment of metal concentrations in two cyprinid fish species (Leuciscus cephalus and Tinca tinca) captured from Yenicaga Lake, Turkey," Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, vol.
Ozdemir, "Heavy metals in water, sediment and tissues of Leuciscus cephalus from a stream in southwestern Turkey," Chemosphere, vol.
2003: Biometric relationships between body size and bone lengths in fish prey of the Eurasian otter Lutra lutra: chub Leuciscus cephalus and perch Perca fluviatilis.
Growth and morphological development of chub, Leuciscus cephalus (L.), during the first year of life.
Effects of avian predation threat, water flow and cover on growth and habitat use by chub, Leuciscus cephalus, in an experimental stream.
Another study depicted that acute extreme exercise results in oxidative DNA damage in Leuciscus cephalus, suggesting that fish living in fast flowing contaminated waters are at intense risk [145].