ichthyic

ich·thy·ic

 (ĭk′thē-ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of fishes.

ichthyic

(ˈɪkθɪɪk)
adj
(Animals) of, relating to, or characteristic of fishes
[C19: from Greek, from ikhthus fish]
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salmonicida (13M), a well-known pathogen able to severely impact salmonid ichthyic stocks (12).
So far, no one has ever studied using ichthyic oocyte extract for epigenetic reprogramming of mammalian species, which might be worth studying.
Therefore, in this study, we shortened two structures connected to the net--sweeps and bridles--in order to verify the expected improvement in the gear's interspecific selectivity due to its lower herding surface for ichthyic species (Engas & Godo, 1989).
Among these reliefs were fabulous monsters of abhorrent grotesqueness and malignity--half ichthyic and half batrachian in suggestion--which one could not dissociate from a certain haunting and uncomfortable sense of pseudo-memory, as if they called up some image from deep cells and tissues whose retentive function are wholly primal and awesomely ancestral.
Moreover three of the four ichthyic Mesoamerican provinces converge in Costa Rica: Chiapas-Nicaragua and Isthmian in the Pacific slope and San Juan in the Atlantic slope (Bussing 1976, 1985, 2002).
Nonhaemolytic group B Streptococci of human, bovine and ichthyic origin.
Wyman begins to suspect an ichthyic reptile allied to Siren, Proteus anguinus (Nemobranchus?), &c., as he says there is a bone in them more like it.
The ichthyic community and fishing activity in areas influenced by hydroelectric plants in southern Brazil have been studied by several authors in recent decades (Okada et al., 1997; Agostinho and Gomes, 2005; Luiz et al., 2005; Beux and Zaniboni-Filho, 2008; Meurer, 2010; Novaes and Carvalho, 2011).