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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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These structural characteristics are also similar to those of the air-breathing teleostean (Podkowa and Goniakowska-Witalinska, 2002, 2003; Cruz et al.
2014b) Effects of Almix herbicide on alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alkaline phosphatase (ALP) of three teleostean fishes in rice field condition.
New views on intestinal absorption of lipids in teleostean fishes: an ultrastructural na biochemiocal study in the rainbow trout.
In some teleostean groups, such as in anguilliforms and elopiforms, the sperm flagellum presents a 9+0 pattern without the central microtubules (Lahnsteiner and Patzner, 2008).
The micronucleus test is one of the most employed cytogenetic techniques for genotoxicity assessment and has been widely applied in peripheral blood of teleostean fishes in studies of field (in situ) and bioassays (Al-Sabti and Metcalfe, 1995).
A mitogenomic perspective on the basal teleostean phylogeny: Resolving higher-level relationships with longer DNA sequences.
Studies of several species of teleostean fish and sharks to determine stomach evacuation rates and daily ratio have been done (Stillwell & Kohler, 1985; Olson & Boggs, 1986; Olson & Mullen, 1986; Olson & Galvan-Magana, 2002).
The anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus), is a Teleostean clupeiform fish, a member of the Engraulidee family, about 6 inches long.
Due to restrictions of size and to the high number of characters described and of clades diagnosed in the present paper, the Introduction, as the other Sections of the paper, will be short and concise and, thus, it is not possible to provide here a detailed historical account of all the works dealing with teleostean phylogenetic relationships.