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SMALL AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES
AQUATIC SYSTEMS
AQUATIC TENREC
EUTROPHICATION
AQUATIC REPTILES
FULLY AQUATIC LIFE
AQUATIC CREATURES
AQUATIC PLANT
AQUATIC CENTRE
FULLY AQUATIC
AQUATIC VEGETATION
AQUATIC VERTEBRATES
AQUATIC PRODUCTS
MANATEES
AQUATIC MAMMAL
AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM
AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS
AQUATIC FUNGI
AQUATIC SPORTS
AQUATIC SPECIES
MOSS ANIMALS
AQUATIC ORGANISMS
AQUATIC ANIMAL
AQUATIC ANIMALS
FORMS
EARLIEST
TREE FROGS
YOUNG
RESEARCH
AIR
FLYING
COMMUNITIES
UNIQUE
STRUCTURE
ECOLOGY
SPERM
ADULT
ADULTS
GENUS
FLOWERING PLANTS
CERTAIN SPECIES
WIDE VARIETY
WORMS
PARASITES
NATURE
ABUNDANCE
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Small Aquatic Invertebrates

  1. This plant feeds on small aquatic invertebrates using traps very similar to those of the Venus Flytrap.

Aquatic Systems

  1. Abstract Widespread contamination of aquatic systems with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) has led to concern about effects of PAHs on aquatic life.

Aquatic Tenrec

  1. The Web-footed Tenrec (Limnogale mergulus) is the only known aquatic tenrec, and is found in eastern Madagascar, Africa. (Web site)

Eutrophication

  1. This has occurred to the detriment of aquatic and wetland habitats (through eutrophication).
  2. In ecosystems an excess of phosphorus can be problematic, especially in aquatic systems, see eutrophication and algal blooms.

Aquatic Reptiles

  1. Most are external parasites that require particular host species, mainly fish but in some cases amphibians or aquatic reptiles. (Web site)
  2. They were happily beginning their lives as aquatic reptiles, living amid beds of seaweed 20 to 40 miles from shore, snacking on sea plants and crustaceans.

Fully Aquatic Life

  1. The whales' ancestors lived on land, and their adaptions to a fully aquatic life are quite striking. (Web site)
  2. The whales' adaptions to a fully aquatic life are quite conspiciuous: The body is fusiform, resembling that of a fish. (Web site)

Aquatic Creatures

  1. These aquatic creatures are the most specialized of all mammals, with adaptations that allow them to spend their entire lives in water. (Web site)
  2. Other aquatic creatures (including some crustaceans) will sometimes use a dead mollusks shell as a temporary shelter.

Aquatic Plant

  1. Anubias nana (anubias)-- Radopholus similis (Cobb, 1893) Thorne, 1949, burrowing nematode, was extracted from roots of this aquatic plant.
  2. Many species of aquatic plant are invasive species in different parts of the world.

Aquatic Centre

  1. Aquatics, men's diving: Dmitri SAUTIN of Russia competes in the springboard individual semifinal event at the Olympic Aquatic Centre. (Web site)

Fully Aquatic

  1. One example of neoteny in vertebrates is the salamander species axolotl, which can remain fully aquatic rather than developing legs normally as it matures. (Web site)
  2. However, Basilosaurus was fully aquatic, so hardly transitional between land mammals and whales.
  3. The transition took some 10-15 million years to produce fully aquatic, deep-diving whales with directional underwater hearing. (Web site)

Aquatic Vegetation

  1. Mostly, chytrids are decayers of aquatic vegetation, but some parasitize plants, other fungi, and animals. (Web site)
  2. Chromium may bioaccumulate in algae, other aquatic vegetation, and invertebrates, but it does not biomagnify.
  3. Several sheltered bays along the western shore include extensive areas of aquatic vegetation that provides habitat for Smallmouth Bass and Longnose Gar.

Aquatic Vertebrates

  1. Finally, a group traditionally placed in the oomycetes is the Saprolegniales, or water molds, which cause diseases of fish and other aquatic vertebrates.
  2. The neck is the part of the body on many terrestrial or secondarily aquatic vertebrates that distinguishes the head from the torso or trunk. (Web site)

Aquatic Products

  1. More than 300 kinds of aquatic products can be found in Weihai such as prawn, sea cucumber, abalone, shellfish, algae and fishes. (Web site)
  2. In addition to high abundance of fish caught in the Celebes sea, this sea also yields other aquatic products like sea tang. (Web site)
  3. Farming: paddy rice, sugar cane, poultry and animal husbandry, aquatic products, fruits, flowers and plants, rosin, casia bark and south herbal medicine.

Manatees

  1. Manatees eat over 60 different species of aquatic and semi-aquatic plants.

Aquatic Mammal

  1. Manatees (a type of aquatic mammal often referred to as "sea cows") have fingernails on their fins (which evolved from legs).
  2. A wide flat limb, as of a seal, whale, or other aquatic mammal, adapted for swimming. (Web site)

Aquatic Ecosystem

  1. In the case of algae in an aquatic ecosystem, populations stop expanding. (Web site)
  2. The second essential factor in our lake management discussion is the impact of nutrients on the aquatic ecosystem.
  3. All these changes further accelerate the eutrophication (aging) of the aquatic ecosystem.

Aquatic Ecosystems

  1. Amphipods are common in aquatic ecosystems throughout many parts of the world, inhabiting marine, brackish, and freshwater environments. (Web site)
  2. In aquatic ecosystems, species such as algae experience a population increase (called an algal bloom). (Web site)

Aquatic Fungi

  1. For this reason the Zygomycota were once thought to be closely related to the aquatic fungi.
  2. Other examples of aquatic fungi include those living in hydrothermal areas of the ocean.
  3. Division Ascomycota - ascomycetes - Terrestial and aquatic fungi.

Aquatic Sports

  1. This bilharzias free lake is a popular resort for swimming, aquatic sports, sunbathing, camping and bird-watching.

Aquatic Species

  1. There are thousands of known species of molds, which include opportunistic pathogens, saprotrophs, aquatic species, and thermophiles.
  2. Aquatic species use either internal or external fertilization. (Web site)
  3. Laws made to control recreational fishing frequently also attempt to control the harvest of other aquatic species, such as frogs and turtles.

Moss Animals

  1. Bryozoans, or "moss animals," are aquatic, mostly marine, colonial organisms, superficially rather like coral.

Aquatic Organisms

  1. Bryozoans, or "moss animals," are aquatic organisms, living for the most part in colonies of interconnected individuals. (Web site)
  2. Some crustaceans are significant parasites of other aquatic organisms. (Web site)
  3. Adequate concentrations of dissolved oxygen are necessary for the life of fish and other aquatic organisms and the prevention of offensive odors. (Web site)

Aquatic Animal

  1. A membranous appendage extending from the body of a fish or other aquatic animal, used for propelling, steering, or balancing the body in the water.
  2. There are several other pronouns reported, such as 'she', 'it' (animal), 'it' (aquatic animal), and 'it' (inanimate), but these may actually be nouns. (Web site)
  3. The Australian saltwater crocodile is a mostly aquatic animal that rarely spends time on land. (Web site)

Aquatic Animals

  1. They are mostly aquatic animals, and some, like lobsters and crabs, are relatively large animals. (Web site)
  2. External fertilization is characteristic of aquatic animals. (Web site)
  3. Its leg bones were unusually thick, a feature shared by other aquatic animals including hippos, sea otters and manatees.

Forms

  1. Once in the first intermediate host, the miracidium sheds the ciliated epidermal cells that the aquatic forms typically use to navigate the water.
  2. They are terrestrial or aquatic,unicellular or multicellular forms which also includes some forms of yeast.
  3. Some rock layers, containing clearly identifiable fossil remains of fish and other forms of aquatic animal and plant life, originally formed in the ocean. (Web site)

Earliest

  1. Indeed, the earliest known fossil scorpions were aquatic. (Web site)
  2. So, an immediate predecessor of modern mammals swam in the streams that T.rex would have splashed through: the earliest evidence yet of an aquatic mammal. (Web site)

Tree Frogs

  1. Most species are terrestrial, though some are arboreal (the genus Boophis is morphologically simiar to the tree frogs) or aquatic. (Web site)

Young

  1. This type of metamorphosis is called simple, gradual, or incomplete metamorphosis (hemimetabolism), and the young are called nymphs, or naiads when aquatic.

Research

  1. Research on bioavailability, toxicity, and environmental fate of TNT in aquatic sediments and heavy metal bioavailability in soil.
  2. Research has shown that some aquatic plants are short-day plants, some are long-day plants, and some are indifferent to daylength. (Web site)

Air

  1. Cetaceans breathe using lungs and therefore rely on air from the surface - they are highly specialised, intelligent and otherwise totally aquatic mammals.

Flying

  1. There were also flying and aquatic reptiles. (Web site)

Communities

  1. Provide wildlife corridors: enable aquatic and riparian organisms to move along river systems avoiding isolated communities. (Web site)

Unique

  1. High fat content is not unique to aquatic mammals, as guinea pig milk has an average fat content of 46%.
  2. The Montreal Swimming Club (MSC) was founded in 1876 and is unique in the annals of aquatic sports in Canada. (Web site)

Structure

  1. Compared to other aquatic vertebrates, cetaceans differ either in the structure or function of the pectoral limb. (Web site)

Ecology

  1. The terrestrial and aquatic ecology of conidial fungi is explored in Chapter 11.
  2. Journal of Ecology publishes papers on plant ecology (including algae), in both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.

Sperm

  1. The first plants were aquatic and released sperm freely into the water to be carried by the currents.
  2. Horseshoe crabs, which are aquatic, use external fertilization, in other words the sperm and ova meet outside the parents' bodies. (Web site)
  3. Since sperm are designed to be mobile in a watery environment, aquatic molluscs can make use of the water in which they live. (Web site)

Adult

  1. Aquatic entomologists use this categorization because it specifies whether the adult will occupy an aquatic or semi aquatic habitat, or will be terrestrial.
  2. Once an adult, aquatic insects leave the bellow water environment to live in the air for anywhere from a few hours or days, to a couple months. (Web site)

Adults

  1. Immature dragonflies are aquatic though the adults are flying insects, and frogs undergo a metamorphosis from an aquatic tadpole to an amphibious adult form.
  2. Tailed frogs are mostly aquatic, but adults may emerge during cool, wet conditions to forage on land. (Web site)

Genus

  1. The genus belongs to the phylum Cnidaria, which are all aquatic and mainly marine organisms that are relatively simple in structure. (Web site)
  2. Bulinus is a genus of small tropical fresh-water snails, aquatic gastropod mollusks.
  3. There are only a few aquatic plants in the genus "Alternanthera" suitable for aquarium use. (Web site)

Flowering Plants

  1. Alismatales comprise flowering plants of aquatic and marshy habitats and the only monocots known to have green embryos, other than for the Aarillidaceae.

Certain Species

  1. Man-made dams have also added a further habitat, favourable to certain species of birds and other aquatic life forms.
  2. Certain species of salamanders, for instance, demonstrate neoteny as they become sexually mature but remain aquatic and do not develop legs.

Wide Variety

  1. Freshwater ponds provide a home for a wide variety of aquatic and semi-aquatic plants, insects, and animals. (Web site)
  2. The Celebes Sea is home to a wide variety of fish and aquatic creatures. (Web site)
  3. I By virtue of its unique location Kerala provides a wide variety of aquatic habitats, harbouring unique types of vegetation of their own.

Worms

  1. Annelids - Annelids are the phylum of segmented worms that includes earthworms, aquatic worms, leeches, and a large number of marine worms. (Web site)
  2. Also included however, are crustaceans, mollusks, aquatic worms, spiders, and others. (Web site)
  3. The water level keeps falling, uncovering crabs, shrimp, sea stars, aquatic worms, moon snails, clams, geoduck siphons and other marine animals. (Web site)

Parasites

  1. As predators, parasites of animals, vectors of parasites, and as food for semiaquatic and aquatic animals, leeches are important components of food webs. (Web site)
  2. The other main phyla are the Zygomycota or pin-moulds and the Chytridiomycota whose members are mostly aquatic, some being parasites.

Nature

  1. Sentient races evolving on such worlds may be aquatic in nature. (Web site)
  2. In Occultism they are certain sleep-producing aquatic plants, and inferior forces of nature. (Web site)

Abundance

  1. It has dense vegetation along the shoreline and supports an abundance of aquatic and riparian invertebrates. (Web site)
  2. Nematodes can be found in abundance in all terrestrial and aquatic environments and at climatic extremes from arctic waters to arid deserts.
  3. Algae form the foundation of most aquatic food webs, which support an abundance of animals.

Categories

  1. Terrestrial
  2. Crustaceans
  3. Animals > Tetrapods > Amphibians > Frogs
  4. Invertebrates
  5. Life > Animals > Vertebrates > Mammals

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