2 edition of Comparative morphology of certain salmonoid fishes, with particular reference to the grayling (Thymallus arcticus) and its phylogeny found in the catalog.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Michigan, 1958.Includes bibliographical references.Originally published: Ann Arbor : C.R. Norden, 1958. vi, 214 leaves.
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'Highly ossified triangular pars sustentaculum complex'. Of these genera, three are monotypic Parahucho, Salvethymus and Stenodus and their exact position within their respective subfamilies is currently disputed. Inland Water Biology, 13 3445—454.  Not fused to centra e.
In addition, divergence rates tended to vary strongly among genes and lineages, suggesting that estimates of divergence rates across lineages and genes obtained using a single molecular clock should be interpreted with caution.The application of cytogenetic and biochemical systematics to phylogenetic problems in the family Salmonidae, Trans.  Subopercle articulating directly with hyoid arch by a peculiar, prominent anterior spine e.
Hutton, Fishes of New Zealand.  Not peculiarly separated from pars pterygoquadrata e.
Also, it is obviously not possible to include, in the present paper, anatomical drawings to illustrate all the numerous morphological features mentioned in this list. Parasites of North American Freshwater Fishes. Salmonid fishes offer a unique opportunity to explore a number of evolutionary and ecological concepts, including mechanisms of speciationthe evolution of complex life-histories, the role of hybridization in evolutionpatterns of chromosomal evolution and genome duplication.
 Not markedly elongated dorsoventrally e.
6 MY Thymallus thymallus , while divergence between conspecific samples for Hucho taimen 4.