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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.
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Neuropeptide Y in the brain and retina of the adult teleost gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata L.).
auratus shows, as all other teleost fishes so far investigated, two solid hemispheres composed of several nuclear masses separated by a common ventricle (31).
maculatus liver parenchyma revealed that this species has the general pattern of teleosts, with a thin connective tissue capsule and a simple columnar epithelium.
(11.) A Frisch, "Sex-change and Gonadal Steroids in Sequentially-hermaphroditic Teleost Fish," Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 14:4 (2004), 481-99; AP Moczek, "Developmental Plasticity and Evolution--Quo Vadis?" Heredity, 115:4 (2015), 302-05.
The ratio (R) between teleost MH and BW was obtained by dividing the latter into the former to categorize general shape as being either: fusiform: R= 1-2, dorsally compressed: R<1, or ventrally compressed: R>2.
Angiotensin II and cardiovascular regulation in a freshwater teleost, Anguilla rostrata LeSueur.
Structure and ultrastructure of the testis and sperm formation in goodeid teleosts. J.
[45.] Breves JP, McCormick SD, Karlstrom RO (2014) Prolactin and teleost ionocytes: new insights into cellular and molecular targets of prolactin in vertebrate epithelia.