Trichechus


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Noun1.Trichechus - type and sole genus of the TrichechidaeTrichechus - type and sole genus of the Trichechidae
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
family Trichechidae, Trichechidae - comprising only the manatees
manatee, Trichechus manatus - sirenian mammal of tropical coastal waters of America; the flat tail is rounded
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Three New Species of Tursiocola (Bacillariophyta) from the Skin of the West Indian Manatee (Trichechus manatus).
O peixe-boi da Amazonia Trichechus inunguis (Natterer, 1883) e uma especie endemica da bacia amazonica, sendo considerado o menor dentre os sirenios (ROSAS, 1994).
Our evolutionary genetic analysis of TRPA1 shows that hypoxia-sensitive Pro residue (Pro394 in humans) and hyperoxia-sensitive Cys residues (Cys633 and/or Cys856 in human TRPA1) are conserved in Mus musculus (mouse, mammal), Desmodus rotundus (mammal) and Trichechus manatus latirostris (mammal), but not in Gallus gallus domesticus (chicken, avian), Taeniopygia guttata (avian), Python regius (squamate), Chelonia mydas (testudine), Xenopus toropicalis (amphibian) and Danio rerio (bony fish) (Fig.
CITIZEN-SCIENCE PROVIDES DATA ON SEASONAL OCCUPANCY OF WEST INDIAN MANATEES (TRICHECHUS MANATUS) IN THE NORTHCENTRAL GULF OF MEXICO.
Moreover, the trahira fish (Hoplias malabaricus; n = 23 prescriptions) and the two manatee species recorded (Trichechus inunguis and T.manatus; n = 18 prescriptions, each) also stand out for being indicated to the treatment of multiple illnesses.
Others are considered in danger of extinction, such as the manatee, Trichechus manatus and the green turtle Chelonia mydas (Marquez & Jimenez, 2002).
Manatee twins are rare, born 1.4 to 4 percent of the time in Florida manatees (Trichechus manatus latirostris).
Single nucleotide polymorphisms from cytochrome b gene as a useful protocol in forensic genetics against the illegal hunting of manatees: Trichechus manatus, Trichechus inunguis, Trichechus senegalensis, and Dugong dugon (Eutheria: Sirenia).
There are strict rules for interacting with the animals because the Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris) is endangered, numbering just 6,000 or so (SN Online: 4/15/15).