A graphical systems model to facilitate hypothesis-driven ecotoxicogenomics research on the teleost
Structure and ultrastructure of the testis and sperm formation in goodeid teleosts
T cell diversity and TcR repertoires in teleost
Cortical alveoli in oocytes of freshwater neotropical teleost
Although understanding of sperm activation in teleost
species is important, especially for commercial seed production, it is still a largely unknown area due to the technical difficulties of analyzing sperm motility.
The following brief survey focuses on previous research on gill-arch skeletons and their tooth plates, teeth and gill rakers in Pleuronectiformes and other teleosts
(classification follows Nelson et al.
Chloride cells are less in number or completely absent in fresh water teleosts
The bycatch in Chickens by weight was predominantly teleost
fish (45%), with the second and third largest components being elasmobranchs and invertebrates at 28% and 27%, respectively.
Comparative morphology of scales of four teleost
fishes from Sudan and Yemen.
The ovary, folliculogenesis and oogenesis in teleosts
fish show the largest repertoire of aquaporins among vertebrates as a result of whole genome- and lineage-specific duplications; interestingly, many duplicated genes are redundantly expressed in some tissues, which may reflect the existence of teleost
aquaporin paralogs with specialized functions.
In freshwater teleost
, sperm motility is induced mainly by hyposmotic pressure and by dilution of K+ seminal plasma concentration (ALAVI, 2006).