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Synonyms:
   Lepisosteus osseus (longnose gar) 
   Macrognathus loricatus 

Broader Terms:
   Macrognathus 
 
 
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Complex innervation patterns of the conus arteriosus in the heart of the lo... - CiteULike: Everyone's library
Morphology, innervation and its phylogenetic step in the heart of the longn... - Latest Issue of Acta Zoologica


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1.  Assexon: Assembling Exon Using Gene Capture Data.LinkIT
Yuan H, Atta C, Tornabene L, Li C
Evolutionary bioinformatics online, 2019
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2.  The development of the cucullaris muscle and the branchial musculature in the Longnose Gar, (Lepisosteus osseus, Lepisosteiformes, Actinopterygii) and its implications for the evolution and development of the head/trunk interface in vertebrates.LinkIT
Naumann B, Warth P, Olsson L, Konstantinidis P
Evolution & development, 2017
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3.  Mercury bioaccumulation in an estuarine predator: Biotic factors, abiotic factors, and assessments of fish health.LinkIT
Smylie MS, McDonough CJ, Reed LA, Shervette VR
Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987), 2016
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4.  Prey composition and ontogenetic shift in coastal populations of longnose gar Lepisosteus osseus.LinkIT
Smylie M, Shervette V, McDonough C
Journal of fish biology, 2015
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5.  Morphology and innervation of the teleost physostome swim bladders and their functional evolution in non-teleostean lineages.LinkIT
Zaccone D, Sengar M, Lauriano ER, Pergolizzi S, Macri' F, Salpietro L, Favaloro A, Satora L, Dabrowski K, Zaccone G
Acta histochemica, 2012
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6.  The simultaneous presence of neuroepithelial cells and neuroepithelial bodies in the respiratory gas bladder of the longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus, and the spotted gar, L. oculatus.LinkIT
Zaccone D, Dabrowski K, Lauriano ER, de Pasquale A, Macrì D, Satora L, Lanteri G
Acta histochemica, 2012
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7.  Gene trees, species trees, and morphology converge on a similar phylogeny of living gars (Actinopterygii: Holostei: Lepisosteidae), an ancient clade of ray-finned fishes.LinkIT
Wright JJ, David SR, Near TJ
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2012
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8.  Sexual dimorphism in longnose gar Lepisosteus osseus.LinkIT
McGrath PE, Hilton EJ
Journal of fish biology, 2012
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9.  Complex innervation patterns of the conus arteriosus in the heart of the longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus.LinkIT
Zaccone D, Grimes AC, Sfacteria A, Jaroszewska M, Caristina G, Manganaro M, Farrell AP, Zaccone G, Dabrowski K, Marino F
Acta histochemica, 2011
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10.  Morphological analysis of the functional design of the connection between the alimentary tract and the gas bladder in air-breathing lepisosteid fish.LinkIT
Jaroszewska M, Dabrowski K
Annals of anatomy = Anatomischer Anzeiger : official organ of the Anatomische Gesellschaft, 2008
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