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guppy

a small aquarium fish up to 1.5 inches long in many color combinations. Called also Poecilia reticulata.
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Liver cadmium uptake, catalase inhibition and cadmium thionein production in the killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) induced by experimental cadmium exposure.
Killifish (there are over 1,200 species of it, many of them very hardy, with some that can survive outside water for weeks) living in four East Coast estuaries were studied as part of research led by the University of California, Davis.
The ability of many endocrine-disrupting compounds to partition in water has led to the use of fish models, including zebrafish, medaka, killifish, and mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis), in studies on their effects on health.
Differential sensitivity to pro-oxidant exposure in two populations of killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus).
In contrast, a recent study on killifish intestine probed for changes in transcellular and paracellular water permeability in response to feeding and various inhibitors of trans- and paracellular transport.
By collaborating with other zoos and aquariums across the world as part of ZSL's Fish Net project, it's great that we're able to work together for wildlife offering hope to species such as the characodon and killifish.
DEVELOPMENT OF HUSBANDRY PROTOCOLS FOR THE TURQUOIS KILLIFISH AN EMERGING MODEL ORGANISM MICKIE L.
The Banded Killifish occurs in clear, vegetated, glacial lakes in Lake and Cook counties, Illinois, but also formerly occurred in McHenry and McLean counties (Smith 1979).
It has a wide product portfolio of products for killifish and goldfish, which are major types of fish found in Japanese households.