rivulus


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Noun1.rivulus - found in small streams of tropical Americarivulus - found in small streams of tropical America; often kept in aquariums; usually hermaphroditic
killifish - small mostly marine warm-water carp-like schooling fishes; used as bait or aquarium fishes or in mosquito control
genus Rivulus - killifish
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The mangrove rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus (Poey, 1880), is a small fish (<50 mm total length) that resides in brackish water, primarily within higher elevations of red and black mangrove forests, under conditions that are often uninhabitable by other species of fish (e.g., hypoxic, high levels of tannins and hydrogen sulfide, and high variation in salinity, temperature, and water level) (Taylor, 2012).
Luego, Schultz (1949) describe a Rivulus bondi, quien posteriormente fue considerado sinonimo de A.
Endocrine disrupting chemicals (bisphenol A, 4-nonylphenol, 4-tert-octylphenol) modulate expression of two distinct cytochrome P450 aromatase genes differently in gender types of the hermaphroditic sh Rivulus marmoratus.
Rivulus urophthalmus (Gunther, 1866) X BELONIFORMES X Belonidae 184.
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Genomic cloning of the Hsc71 gene in the hermaphroditic teleost Rivulus marmoratus and analysis of its expression in skeletal muscle: identification of a novel muscle-preferred regulatory element.
They all belong to the family Ruvulidae, with 12 species of the genus Simpsonichthys, 11 of Cynelobias and one of Rivulus, and all are endemic (Costa, 2002; Rosa et al., 2005).
The building of this dam will probably destroy the known habitat of the annual fishes that were so far known from the rio Xingu basin, i.e., Spectrolebias reticulatus, Plesiolebias altamira, Pitu-na xinguensis and Rivulus xinguensis.
Collier, "Phylogenetic relationships within the aplocheiloid fish genus Rivulus (Cyprinodontiformes, Rivulidae): implications for Caribbean and Central American biogeography," Molecular Biology and Evolution, vol.