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bitterling

(ˈbɪtəlɪŋ)
n
(Animals) a small brightly coloured European freshwater cyprinid fish, Rhodeus sericeus: a popular aquarium fish
[C19: from German; see bitter + -ling1]
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To model the habitat suitability for Unio douglasiae nipponensis, the itasenpara bitterling host mussel, we used geographical information system tools and field survey methods along with a generalized linear model to examine the environmental conditions of rivers surrounding paddy fields that were subject to water management practices.
Bitterling H, Rock C, Reiser M: Computed tomography in the diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease-methodology of MSCT and clinical results.
Care of green low (lawns, group of shrubs, bitterling, annuals)
Bitterling Rhodeus sericeus (on average 48% by numbers and 38% by biomass in the seasonal catches) and gudgeon (25 and 26%, respectively) were the most abundant species in the canal (see Fig.
Since then, they've been aggressive invaders, driving the Japanese royal bitterling to extinction and threatening other native species.
Bitterling, "Low phase noise highly power efficient oscillators," IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium, Orlando, USA, May 27-30, 1997, doi:10.
Trematodes, copepods and even a fish (the bitterling Rhodeus serceus) have been identified as parasites of freshwater mussels (Taskinen et al.
Who: Muse Art members include Barbara Aten, Sue Bitterling, Erin Buchlen, Ellen Gabehart, Demetra Klamas, Robin Marks-Fife, Rex Purkerson, Chuck Reinwald and Joellen Waldvogel
Genetic introgression by the rose bitterling, Rhodeus ocellatus ocellatus, into the Japanese rose bitterling, R.
Role of temperature and photoperiod in annual reproductive cycle of the rose bitterling Rhodeus ocellatus ocellatus.