Siamese fighting fish

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Siamese fighting fish

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Alkaline phosphatase (AKP) activity of Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens Regan, 1910) larvae fed different levels of mannan oligosaccharide (MOS).
2007), which presents 12 behavioral patterns of the Siamese fighting fish (see table 1).
Meanwhile, Bakti has found a new status in the role of neighborhood manager, but still has a shiftless streak; he's become obsessed with raising Siamese fighting fish for gambling purposes, much to the chagrin of his new wife, Sriwyati, who runs a small food stall.
We have killed two Siamese fighting fish and also a snail, which made me jump out of my skin one night, so we have put on hold any thoughts about adopting a stray cat.
Virginia and Maryland area have taken their presence in stride, with some actively seeking to hook the toothy invader, which is an excellent fighting fish.
The nephews moved on to peruse the Siamese fighting fish because boys like such things.
Also, Matt and Andrew told the story about the Chinese fighting fish Andrew had gotten as a pet a year earlier, when he was staying in San Francisco for cancer treatments.
Microbiologists at Oregon State University have developed a new technique for detecting bacteria, made possible by fundamental research on the color changes in pigment-bearing cells from Siamese fighting fish.
For seeing-impaired persons, the spectacle of Siamese fighting fish would pale in comparison to the benefit of a golden retriever's watchful eyes and vigilant tug.
However, for harder fighting fish like carp and chub when you have to put some effort into the fight, turning the rod onto its side so the reel is pointing down and not at the fish is a disadvantage.
FATAL CAREER MISSTEP and PREMATURE EJACULATION are spelled out in large italicized fonts underneath impeccably rendered line drawings of such things as tropical plants, knives, fighting fish, and trophies (e.