Triturus


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Noun1.Triturus - chiefly aquatic salamandersTriturus - chiefly aquatic salamanders    
amphibian genus - any genus of amphibians
common newt, Triturus vulgaris - small semiaquatic salamander
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The newts, whose Latin name is Triturus cristatus, needed somewhere to hunt for food and to shelter during cold or very dry times of the year.
All measurements were made in a single batch on a Triturus ELISA automated analyzer (Grifols) by a single operator following the manufacturer's instructions.
The strategy means the newt - official name Triturus Cristatus - will be safe and well in an improved living environment, including a brand new pond.
Three-dimensional reconstruction of the chromatin bodies in the nuclei of mature erythrocytes from the newt triturus cristatus: the number of nuclear envelope-attachment sites.
Isolation and characterization of viruses from the kidneys of Rana pipiens with renal adenocarcinoma before and after passage in red eft (Triturus viridescens).
But essential engineering work to prepare the site has been delayed while hundreds of the newts - Latin name Triturus cristatus - are lured on to other land nearby.
Parameters of ecology and scale integrate the gradient and mosaic models of hybrid zone structure in bombina toads and Triturus newts.
Restricted gene flow in a moving hybrid zone of the newts Triturus cristatus and T.
Zerani, "Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide induces testicular testosterone synthesis through PGE2 mediation in crested newt, Triturus carnifex," Journal of Experimental Zoology, vol.
The great crested newt, or triturus cristatus, is Britain's largest and most threatened newt, which is why such care is being taken over the Tredomen development.
In chickens (Lindsey and Moodey 1967) and a newt, Triturus vulgaris (Orska and Imiolek 1962), more variability of number occurs within morphological regions than in the total number of vertebrae of individuals raised at different temperatures, suggesting that some of the variation resulted from changes in morphological identity.