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Prionace

Differences in growth of the Blue shark,Prionace glauca: Technique or population?

Autor(es): 
Tanaka, S., Cailliet, G. M., Yudin, K. G.
Referência completa: 
tanaka, s., cailliet, g. m., yudin, k. g. 1990. Differences in growth of the Blue shark, Prionace glauca: Technique or population?. In: Elasmobranchs as Living Resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of the Fisheries. NOAA Technical report 90:177-187.

Tendon structure of the caudal fin in the BlueShark, Prionace glauca. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”.

Autor(es): 
KEITHAN, E. D., MA, J. Y. & RASCHI, W.
Referência completa: 
KEITHAN, E. D., MA, J. Y. & RASCHI, W. 1992. Tendon structure of the caudal fin in the BlueShark, Prionace glauca. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”. (Ed. J. G. Pepperell.) Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43:149-156.

The absence of coronary arterial lesions in five species of elasmobranches, Raja nasuta, Squalus acanthias L., Isurus oxyrinchus Rafinesque, Prionace glauca (L.) and Lamna nasua (Bonnaterre).

Autor(es): 
FARREL, A. P., DAVIE, P. S. & SPARKSMAN, R.
Referência completa: 
FARREL, A. P., DAVIE, P. S. & SPARKSMAN, R., 1992. The absence of coronary arterial lesions in five species of elasmobranches, Raja nasuta, Squalus acanthias L., Isurus oxyrinchus Rafinesque, Prionace glauca (L.) and Lamna nasua (Bonnaterre). Journal of Fish Diseases (15):537-540.

Preliminary studies on the age and growth of blue, Prionace glauca, common thresher, Alopias vulpinus, and shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, sharks from California waters.

Autor(es): 
CAILLIET, G. M., Martin, L. K., Harvey, J. T., Kusher, D. & Welden, B. A.
Referência completa: 
CAILLIET, G. M., Martin, L. K., Harvey, J. T., Kusher, D. & Welden, B. A., ????. Preliminary studies on the age and growth of blue, Prionace glauca, common thresher, Alopias vulpinus, and shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, sharks from California waters. ???
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