Cooling Temperatures Help Crucian Carp
Crucian carp, which is a sort of cousin to a goldfish, is able to store vast amounts of glycogen in its brain, due to the cooling temperatures present in water. //This will allow it to keep its brain healthy despite there being no oxygen in ponds between February and April
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It Takes 750 Pounds a Year to Keep Your Loved One Happy
...most of expenses incurred is on weekend away, digital gadgets
Peculiar presents like a sausage-making machine, his-and-hers tattoos and a koi carp
make it to the gifts' list.
"Nobody wants to put a price on love, but it seems keeping the spark going has never cost more," the website's chi...
Is the Drug Plan, Favoring Politicians?
...ations of the Common Drug Review (CDR). Of the 73 drugs, the CDR has recommended that 28 drugs come for coverage under the public drug plan. The point carp
is making, is that the politicians in both provinces can avail complete reimbursement for all 73 drugs.
CARP is worried that crucial medicines ...
World's Smallest Fish Found In Indonesia
... The tiniest ever fish has been discovered in the peat swamps of Indonesia. This belongs to the carp
species, and has a transparent body and an exposed brain. A mature female fish measures only 7.9 millimeters. //
This has been confirmed by rese...
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New Research Reveals Unforeseen Side Effect of the Breast Cancer Movement
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'Hot spots' the key to controlling European carp in Australia
The on-going drought in Australia is having at least one positive spin-off - fewer carp
are being distributed through inland waterways.
NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) fisheries researchers at Narrandera are identifying carp
hot-spots in conjunction with the Invasive Animals Cooperat...
Common carp sheds new light on surviving in extreme environments
The research team found that the protein myglobin - thought to act as an oxygen store in the heart and muscle cells of humans and vertebrate animals - also exists in many other tissues of the common carp, enabling it to survive in low oxygenated environments.
Myglobin is found in large quantiti...
Don't hold your breath: Carp can manage without oxygen for months
How long can you hold your breath? Scientists at the University of Oslo have recently discovered how the Crucian Carp, a close relative of the goldfish, is able to live for months without oxygen. The researchers hope that understanding how some animals cope with a lack of oxygen might give clues as...
Silent streams? Escalating endangerment for North American freshwater fish
...ited States; and pupfish, livebearers, and goodeids, a large, native fish family in Mexico and the Southwestern United States.
Nearly half of the carp
and minnow family and the Percidae (family of darters, perches and their relatives) are in jeopardy. Fish families important for sport or commercial f...
Virus may control Australia's
...ged in Israel in 1998*, caused mass mortalities in carp
in the US, the UK, Israel, the Netherlands, Japan ...eness of Koi herpesvirus in controlling strains of carp
present in Australia and will examine whether the ...at CSIRO AAHL," Dr Crane says. Dr Crane says while carp
are a valuable resource in Asian countries, in Aus...
Climate change has surprising effect on endangered naked carp
...ter diversion and climate change. Endangered naked carp
migrate annually between freshwater rivers, where ...djustments to the carps' metabolic rate.
take seven to ten years to reach reproductive size...cMaster University) and coauthors found that naked carp
respond to the increased salinity of the lake wate...
Active Vaccine Prevents Mice From Developing Prion Disease
...gurdsson, and Thomas Wisniewski of the NYU School of Medicine; Fernanda Schreiber and Jose Alejandro Chabalgoity of the University of Uruguay; Richard carp
and Harry C. Meeker of the New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, New York City; David R. Brown of the University ...
Cytoplasm affects the number of vertebrae in carp-goldfish clones
...another genus of fish.
The seven offspring, cloned from nuclei of common carp
and egg cytoplasm of goldfish, were virtually identical to the nuclear dono...rects segmentation of the body and hence the number of vertebrae.
have 33 to 36 vertebrae in their backbones, while goldfish have 26 to 28. S...
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Normal members of a particular species all have the ...
...niques involving nuclear transfers have been successfully performed on several species: (in chronological order)
frogs : (1962) Unsuccessful
: (1963) Successfully cloned
sheep : (1996) Dolly
rhesus monkey : Tetra (female, January 2000)
pig : 5 Scottish PPL piglets (March 200...
...s of the Insectivora do not eat insects.
Some examples of insectivores include nightingale , swallow , gambusia (also known as mosquitofish), carp
, frog , lizard , bat , and spider . Insects also can be insectivores. Examples would be dragonflies , hornets , ladybugs , and praying mantis...
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...ed on temperature ... ... multitissue analysis of the transcriptome of a poikilothermic vertebrate ... such as yeast and a higher organism like carp
suggest that all poikilothermic ... a. The poikilothermic animal has its temperature regulated by the environment. ... temperature drops, the...