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teleost

(tĕl′ē-ŏst′, tē′lē-)
n.
Any of various fishes of the group Teleostei, having a protrusible upper jaw and including most of the ray-finned fishes.

teleost

any bony fish of the subclass Teleostei, containing all the present-day bony fishes, except lungfish, sturgeon and garpike.They are characterized by the presence of an AIR BLADDER.

teleost

fish of the class Osteichthyes, having the skeleton completely ossified.
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1987): Lower vertebrates from the early-middle Eocene Kuldana Formation of Kohat (Pakistan): Holostei and Teleostei.
As referred in the Introduction, it is usually accepted that osteoglossomorphs occupy a more basal position within Teleostei than elopomorphs (e.
The second most abundant prey group for all indices was Teleostei (followed by unidentified materials), although with much lower contribution for the diet composition (Fig.
It originates in many Teleostei as an intercellular canaliculus, formed by the close apposition of two hepatocytes.
A total of 21 fish species belonging to class Actinopterygii, sub class Teleostei, 4 families and 15 genera were collected in this work.
Most Teleostei hatch with a set of functional, or nearly functional neuromasts on the head and body (Webb, 1999).
lima (n=192) in the San Ignacio and La Purisima drainages along the study period Phyllum/ Prey item % RII Class San Ignacio Poza Los Larga Corralitos Season Dry Rainy Dry Rainy Chlorophyceae Filamentous 25 8 17 12 23 algae Diatomeae Mollusca Gastropoda Crustacea Ostracoda 42 * 5 11 Copepoda Insecta Diptera larvae 15 1 45* Diptera pupae 2 Coleoptera larvae Hemiptera larvae Odonata larvae Trichoptera larvae 23 Plecoptera larvae Arachnida Hydracarina 4 Pisces Teleostei (scales) 6 5 13 Inorganic Sand 69 * 24 62 * 18 Others 2.
Anatomia funcional e morfometria do intestino no Teleostei (Pisces) de agua doce surubim (Pseudoplatystoma coruscans--Agassiz, 1829).