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2019, Fish & Fisheries Series, ISBN 940241682X, Volume 38 (v. 2), 1 volume (xx, 577 pages)
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Canadian Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0008-4301, 2013, Volume 91, Issue 9, pp. 635 - 639
... after metamorphosing from burrow-dwelling, filter-feeding larval sea lampreys (ammocoetes) into open-water, parasitic juvenile phase animals that attach themselves to and feed on the blood of marine and freshwater fishes... 
life history | light avoidance | sea lamprey | évitement de la lumière | lamproie marine | photorécepteurs cutanés | cycle vital | écologie sensorielle | dermal photoreceptors | sensory ecology | Petromyzon marinus | Life history | Sea lamprey | Sensory ecology | Dermal photoreceptors | Light avoidance | SPAWNING MIGRATION | SALMON ONCORHYNCHUS-KISUTCH | THYROID-HORMONE | LIGHT | GREAT-LAKES | ZOOLOGY | TEMPERATURE | BIOLOGY | VERTEBRATES | METAMORPHOSIS | PHOTORECEPTORS | Lampreys | Physiological aspects | Photoreceptors | Research | Photobiology
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The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien, ISSN 0008-3658, 2016, Volume 60, Issue 4, pp. 446 - 457
Key Messages Invasive and introduced fish species highlight tensions between systemic and jurisdictional visions of the Great Lakes during the 20th century.... 
gaspareau | lamprey | alewife | splake | lamproie marine | Grands Lacs | gestion des pêcheries | truite moulac | fisheries management | Great Lakes | MICHIGAN | GEOGRAPHY | WATER | Fishery management | Control | Sea lamprey | Methods | Distribution
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Canadian Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0008-4301, 2017, Volume 95, Issue 2, pp. 95 - 105
Aquatic organisms employ various strategies to excrete ammonia across the gills, skin, and (or) renal routes. During three different stages of their life... 
Rh glycoprotein | ammoniac | feeding | sea lamprey | ammonia | skin | alimentation | lamproie | glycoprotéine Rh | peau | Petromyzon marinus | Ammonia | Skin | Sea lamprey | Feeding | NITROGEN-EXCRETION | RAINBOW-TROUT | MANGROVE KILLIFISH | UREA EXCRETION | ADULT LAMPREYS | RIVULUS-MARMORATUS | ZOOLOGY | KRYPTOLEBIAS-MARMORATUS | ANCIENT VERTEBRATE | TROUT ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS | EXPRESSION | Glycoproteins | Immune response | Observations | Health aspects
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