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Effect of photoperiod on growth and efficiency of yolk-sac utilization in alevins of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis).
Asimismo, se han secuenciado aislados provenientes de alevin de trucha arcoiris (Tapia et al.
The simple average growth rate (SGR) for silver arawana alevin had increases above 0.
From the composite prioritization scores, population genetic effects related to harvest and hatchery introgression were rated as top priority on the egg to alevin stages, as was the role of disease (Table 4; online Appendix 3).
nicaraguensis, aportando informacion desde sus etapas iniciales de desarrollo a partir del desove, hasta su transformacion como alevin.
El muestreo intencional realizado (Anguera, Arnau, Ato, Martinez, Pascual y Vallejo, 1995) incluye a 9 jugadores de categoria alevin (11-12 anos), seleccionados para representar a La Rioja en el Campeonato de Espana de Selecciones Autonomicas 2005.
Los estudios acerca del eje hipotalamo-hipofisis-suprarrenal de los ninos que pasaron mas en orfelinatos antes de la adopcion, documentaron que entre mas tarde fueron adoptados mas altos eran los niveles de cortisol ante el estres y peores los resultados del desarrollo (Gunnar, Morison, Chisholm & Schuder, 2001, Donzella, Gunnar, Krueger & Alevin, 2000, O'Connor, Rutter, Beckett, Keaveney, Kreppner & English and Romanian Adoptees (ERA) Study Team, 2000).
Josie dressed as an alevin, a baby trout still attached to its yolk sac, for Halloween.
por si acaso la lee un alevin de Quentin Tarantino decidido a hacer una Pulp Fiction ambientada en Bogota, para que quede claro que aqui se van a lavar los trapos sucios del Mal" (2003:110 a 112).
Among steps taken by local governments and civic groups to support ''Lake Biwa's food culture'' and restore the resources of the 670-square-kilometer freshwater lake are releasing alevin (newly hatched fish with yolk-sacks attached) of Hon-Moroko and Nigoro-Buna (Carassius auratus grandoculis).