Stenotomus


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Noun1.Stenotomus - scupsStenotomus - scups          
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Sparidae, Sparidae - porgies; scups
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Tres especies se alejan de este esquema: Citharichthys dinoceros Goode & Bean, 1886, Evoxymetopon taeniatus Gill, 1863, y Stenotomus caprinus Jordsan & Gilbert, 1882 especies que aunque se acercaron en un eje al origen, la disposicion para los otros ejes los alejaron del mismo; las dos primeras se caracterizaron por ser especies de abundancia baja y muy poco frecuente, S.
Stegeman, "Regulation of cytochrome P4501A1 in teleosts: sustained induction of CYP1A1 mRNA, protein, and catalytic activity by 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran in the marine fish Stenotomus chrysops," Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, vol.
The scallop juveniles that have settled directly on the sediment bottom in areas devoid of eelgrass likely suffer huge losses from predation by sand shrimp, mud crabs, and small fishes such as gobies, Gobiosoma bosc; juvenile cunners, Tautogolabrus adspersus; and scup, Stenotomus versicolor, that prey on juvenile scallops of about 12 mm in height.
Additionally, the RIMA-MA WEA had higher station proportions of scup (Stenotomus chrysops) and haddock than the NY and NJ WEAs (Fig.
Similarly, Inglis and Gust (2003) observed significantly greater densities of predatory sea stars (Coscinasterias muricata) associated with longline mussel farms in New Zealand compared with adjacent reference sites, and scup (Stenotomus chrysops) in Narragansett Bay experienced lower disappearance rates (emigration + mortality) at an oyster grow-out site than adjacent areas (Tallman & Forrester 2007).
Commodore is designed with inspiration from the Atlantic scup fish, Stenotomus chrysops.
Pagrus argyrops = Stenotomus chrysops (Linnaeus): Scup; p.
Scup or Porgy Stenotomus chrysops--Scup are laterally flattened schooling fish.
Metabolism of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonist 3,3',4,4'-tetrachlorobiphenyl by the marine fish scup (Stenotomus chrysops) in vivo and in vitro.
Experiments were performed on four rainbow fish (Glossolepis incisus) and three scup (Stenotomus chrysops).
These included Sauridia brasiliensis, Eutremeus teres, and Stenotomus caprinus, which were collected only at the open water stations, Gobiosoma bosc, from low salinity mud bottoms, Trachinotus carolinus and Menticirrhus americanus from nearshore sand bottoms, and all three species of Fundulus, Oligoplites saurus, and Eucinostomus argenteus from high salinity grassbeds.