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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 72, Number 7, May 2008

Rectal gland morphology of freshwater and seawater acclimated bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas
pp. 1559-1571(13)
Authors: Pillans; Good; Anderson; Hazon; Franklin

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Allometric growth and functional development of the gut in developing cod Gadus morhua L. larvae
pp. 1637-1658(22)
Authors: Wold; Hoehne-Reitan; Rainuzzo; Kjørsvik

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Relationship between gape size and feeding selectivity of fish larvae from a Neotropical reservoir
pp. 1690-1707(18)
Authors: Makrakis; Nakatani; Bialetzki; Gomes; Sanches; Baumgartner

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Stable isotope profiles of partially migratory salmonid populations in Atlantic rivers of Patagonia
pp. 1708-1719(12)
Authors: Ciancio; Pascual; Botto; Amaya-Santi; O’Neal; Riva Rossi; Iribarne

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Structure of the gut of the racer goby Neogobius gymnotrachelus (Kessler, 1857)
pp. 1773-1786(14)
Authors: Jaroszewska; Dabrowski; Wilczyńska; Kakareko

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Do Norwegian Atlantic salmon feed in the northern Barents Sea? Tag recoveries from 70 to 78° N
pp. 1792-1798(7)
Authors: Rikardsen; Hansen; Jensen; Vollen; Finstad

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