Neurogenesis suggests independent evolution of opercula
in serpulid polychaetes.
Development of lava slowly and gradually started to move its jaws, pectoral ns and opercula
The posterior disconnection takes place after fully opening the Sylvian fissure and promptly elevating the parietal opercula
Abstract--Aging of tautog (Tautoga onitis) has historically required sacrificing fish to obtain opercula
The combination group showed significant increases in metabolism in a number of regions, including the right hemisphere cluster (insula/putamen/ amygdala/superior and middle temporal region); the left middle temporal pole fusiform gyrus and anterior temporal region; the right middle and inferior frontal region; and the right rolandic opercula
1983; Nakamura and Parin, 1993): body fairly elongate and strongly compressed; lower jaw beyond tip of upper jaw; vomer edentate; gill rakers degenerated; a single fairly straight lateral line, from above upper angle of opercula
, gradually sloping posteriorly and running straight from mid first dorsal fin to caudal fin base.
4 SELECTED EXAMPLES OF SINGULAR AND PLURAL FORMS Singular/Plural Example a/ae gingiva, gingivae ex/ices index, indices i/us alveoli, alveolus is/es diagnosis, diagnoses on/a ganglion, ganglia um/a operculum, opercula
in both sexes bear small and irregularly arranged spots (Esmaeili et al.
The locations in which the gill lice attached to the host fish varied, but the majority were found attached to gills, branchial rims, and opercula
KEY WORDS: gastropod fishery, Bahamas, age, maturity, opercula
, Strombus gigas, queen conch
For each specimen were examined the mouth, opercula
, gills and gastrointestinal tract to parasites collection (protists and metazoans).
We collect over 100,000 samples from over 30 important Northeast fisheries species every year," said Robillard: scales, otoliths (ear stones), stomachs, spines, and opercula
(bony flaps that protect gills) offish, as well as shells of clams and scallops.