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Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an analysis of character association and bilateral pattern and their significance in species separation

Lo-chai Chen

Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an analysis of character association and bilateral pattern and their significance in species separation

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scorpaenidae.,
  • Fishes -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLo-chai Chen.
    SeriesNMFS -- 45., NOAA technical report NMFS -- 45.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 17 p. ;
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14275629M

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Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an analysis of character association and bilateral pattern and their significance in species separation by Lo-chai Chen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an analysis of character association and bilateral pattern and their significance in species separation (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Lo-chai Chen.

Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an analysis of character association and bilateral pattern and their significance in species separation (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

Chen, Lo-chai. "Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an anal­ ysis of character association and bilat­ eral pattern and their significance in species separation." Septemberii + 17 p., 16 tables.

ABSTRACT. This report presents meristic data for nearly all of the known species of Sebastes. Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an analysis of character association and bilateral pattern and their significance in species separation, by Lo­ chai Chen.

September17 p. Distribution and relative abundance ofpelagic nonsalmonid nekton offOregon and Washington ,by Richard D. Brodeur and William G.

Phylogeny of members of the rockfish (Sebastes) subgenus Pteropodus and their relatives Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Zoology 84(4) April with Reads. Chen, L.C.

Meristic variation in Sebastes (Scorpaenidae), with an analysis of character association and bilateral pattern and their significance in species seperation. NOAA Tech. Rep. NMFS. 17 pp. Google ScholarCited by: Saborido-Rey, F., and Nedreaas, K. Geographic variation of Sebastes mentella in the Northeast Arctic derived from a morphometric approach.

Ni ic variation in beaked redfishes, Sebastes mentella and S. faciatus, in the Northwest Atlantic Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 39. A new record of Sebastes koreanus (Kim and Lee, ) was documented based on morphological characters and DNA barcoding.

Fifty-six Sebastes specimens were collected from the coastal waters of northern China. Samples were identified as S. koreanus based on morphological characters. The coloration and morphometric measurements were consistent Cited by: 2.

Recent and rapid evolutionary divergence of North Atlantic Sebastes spp. is evidenced by the little variation in mtDNA among Sebastes spp. in the North Atlantic (Sundt and Johansen, ; Schmidt, ) and the low variation in allozymes between/across species (Johansen, ).Cited by: Cambridge Core - Ecology and Conservation - Deep-Sea Fishes - by Imants G.

PriedeCited by:   Slight clinal variation was evident for lateral-line pores in S. ciliatus between southeast Alaska collections and northern Gulf of Alaska material (Table 2).

analysis of meristic characters for Sebastes ciliatus and S. variabilis collected in all depths and regions. (with a historical account of publication of this book). Nauka. Comparison of Searching Behavior for Zooplankton in an Obligate Planktivore, Blueback Herring (Alosa aestivalis) and a Facultative Planktivore, Bluegill (Lepomis machrochirus).

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Vertebral number is a meristic character that is widely used in fish taxonomy, and exhibits huge variation across fishes – from as few as 16 vertebrae in the sunfish Mola mola to more than in some eels (Nelson, ).

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Population structure of beaked redfish, Sebastes mentella: evidence of divergence associated with different habitats. – ICES Journal of Marine Science, – Throughout their range, Sebastes spp. are adapted to a diversity of ecological niches, with overlapping spatial distributions of different species that have little or no.

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The osteological development in Sebastes koreanus is described and illustrated on the basis of 32 larvae [– mm body length (BL)] and a single juvenile ( mm BL) collected from the Yellow Sea.

The first-ossified skeletal elements, which are related to feeding, swimming, and respiration, appear in larvae of mm BL; these include the jaw bones, Author: Hyo Jae Yu, Jin-Koo Kim.

DeCelles and Cadrin () reviewed information on winter flounder genetics, morphology, meristics, larval dispersal, life history traits, tagging, parasites, and contaminants. Estuarine spawning, which plays an important role in reproductive isolation and population structure, appears to be obligate in southern New England, nonexistent on Georges Bank, and variable Cited by: 7.

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These are among the most difficult of our marine fish to identify. The principal literature sources are Phillips (), Barsukov (), and Chen (). The key to the rockfishes (genus Sebastes) on page 92 relies heavily on color with additional meristic.

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Beacham, T.D. A genetic analysis of meristic and morphometric variation in chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta. Ali, M.Y., and C.C. Lindsey. Heritable and temperature-induced meristic variation in the medaka, Oryzias latipes.

Canadian Journal of Zoology Al-Johany, A.M., M. Yousuf. Thermal Ecology of two Fresh Water Fishes Aphanius dispar and Gambusia affinis from central Saudi Arabia. Abstract. Chemometric analysis of fatty acid profile in the heart tissue of redfish (Sebastes mentella, Travin ) from 11 locations in the waters off Norway, Faroe Islands, Iceland, and from two strata at different depths in the Irminger Sea revealed the presence of four separate stocks in the North Atlantic investigation has, statistically, shown: (i) a Cited by: The live-bearing genus Sebastes is renowned for its outstanding species richness and color diversity, and its speciation has been a point of interest.

This study investigated the age, growth, reproductive biology, color pattern and ontogenetic divergence of a pair of closely related rockfishes from the coasts of the Shandong Peninsula, namely, Sebastes koreanus Author: Longchuan Zhuang, Chi Zhang, Qun Liu, Zhenjiang Ye., Data on the biology of the blue rockfish Sebastes glaucus (Scorpaenidae) in the Southern Sea of Okhotsk.

Ichthyol. 36(1) Panchenko, V.V., The seasonal bathymetric distribution of the sculpin Myoxocephalus jaok (Cottidae) in the northern part of the Sea of Japan. Ichthyol. 43(9) Identity and diagnoses are offered using detailed analyses of meristic and other traits from a great many specimens (presented in fold-out charts).

which for some reason always looks odd to me when used in a book. Distribution and variation of Etheostoma spectable (Agassiz) (Percidae, Teleostei) by Donald A. Distler. Genera Sebastes and., Meristic and morphometric variation between the endangered acadian whitefish, Coregonus huntsmani, and the lake whitefish, Coregonus clupeaformis, in the Canadian Maritime Provinces and the State of Maine, USA.

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Looming over concerns of lost fisheries stocks and persistent erosion of genetic variability are predictions of global warming. Methodology/Principal Findings. We studied specimens from reference populations and hybrid zone specimens (two years of sampling and four stations), using five molecular markers (one mitochondrial gene, four nuclear introns), morphology (meristic and plastic characters) and life history traits (weight, size, coefficient of condition, sex, age, shoaling).Cited by: Start studying Fish Class Exam 2.

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Zoological Studies 34(4): Jean GT, SC Lee. New record of a sparid fish, Acanthopagrus australis from Taiwan. Bull. inst. Zool.Book 2: 69‐ Ingimarsdóttir, S. Species and population differentiation in the North Atlantic Sebastes. A study of mtDNA variation. MSc thesis, University of Iceland, Iceland., 52 pp Joensen H.

Discrimination among fish species and stocks by multivariate analysis of fatty. Abstract Book JMIH Lightning Talks, Galerie 2, Saturday 9 July Daniel Abel1, Dean Grubbs2, Bryan Keller1, John Simcox1, Alexandra Dowlin1, Megan Novak1 1Coastal (meristic & morphometric) and molecular (mitochondrial & nuclear) data to reassess species boundaries in the Tachymenis peruviana complex, a group of species not.

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Environmental Conditioning of Skeletal Anomalies Typology and Frequency in Gilthead Seabream (Sparus aurata L., ) Juveniles PLOS ONE, Dec Loredana Prestinicola, Clara Boglione, Pavlos Makridis, Attilio Spanò, Valentina Rimatori, Elisa Palamara, Michele Scardi, Cited by: ,Geographic variation of Sebastes mentella in the Northeast Arctic derived from a morphometric approach.

ICES Journal of Marine Science, Saborido-Rey, F., D. Garabana and S. Cervin˜o:, Age and growth of redfish (Sebastes marinus, S. mentella, and S. fasciatus) on the Flemish Cap (Northwest Atlantic).Fisheries genetics researchers will find invaluable the thirty-eight peer-reviewed contributions in this book, presented at the 20th Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium "Genetics of Subpolar Fish and Invertebrates," held in May in Juneau, Alaska.