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intestine of the minnow Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque)

Walter Charles Kraatz

intestine of the minnow Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque)

with special reference to the development of its coiling

by Walter Charles Kraatz

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Published in [Columbus .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Campostoma anomalum.,
  • Intestines.,
  • Fishes -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Walter C. Kraatz.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL638.C94 K7 1923
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., 265-298, [2] p.
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6690603M
    LC Control Number26012015
    OCLC/WorldCa5202453

    Kraatz WC () The intestine of the minnow Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque), with special reference to the development of its coiling. Ohio J Sci – Lachner E () The comparative food habits of the cyprinid fishes Nocomis biguttatus and Nocomis micropogon in western New York. The intestine of the Minnow Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque) with special reference to the development of its coiling. Ibidem, v. 24, pp. [ Links ].

    structure of Central Stoneroller (Campostoma anomalum), an ecologically important omnivorous minnow with a broad distribution and elevated abundance, was evaluated across populations in the White River drainage of the Ozark Plateau in Arkansas and Missouri. between Campostoma anomalum and other cyprinids and 11 examples of Rhinichthys cata- ractae hybridization. Many cyprinid hybrids occur from concurrent spawning activity of parental species over Nocqmis nests [l,7, For a discus- sion of hybridization in fishes, see Hubbs Ill and Stauffer eta/.

    8 ABSTRACT The capacity of diatom species to survive gastrointestinal passage through the algivorous minnows Pimephales notatus and Campostoma anomalum was studied. From a site on the Grand River in northeastern Ohio, 27 minnows and 7 epilithic diatom samples. Characteristics of a hybrid, Campostoma anomalum pullum x Luxilus sp. (chrysocephalus, cornutus, their hybrid, or a backcross) from the Portage River, OH, were examined and compared with parental species as well as five other Campostoma anomalum x Luxilus cornutus and C. anomalum x L.


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Intestine of the minnow Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque) by Walter Charles Kraatz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Campostoma anomalum has larger scales than C. ornatum (Hubbs et al. ) with the gas bladder completely enclosed by the spirally-wound intestine; Campostoma ornatum has a gas bladder only partially enclosed by the spirally-wound intestine.

The Intestine of the Minnow Campostoma Anomalum (Rafinesque), with Special Reference to the Development of its CoilingAuthor: Walter C. Kraatz. Cyprinidae (Minnow) Scientific Name Campostoma anomalum anomalum (Rafinesque) Common Name OHIO STONEROLLER Description General Description These are soft-rayed fishes with toothless jaws, but morphologically specialized fifth gill arches with one or two rows of distinctive teeth.

This paper presents a study of the normal histology of the digestive tract of an herbivorous teleost, the minnow Campostoma anomalum (Raflnesque). The tunics of the buccal cavity, pharynx, esophagus, and intestine are described; particular attention is given to the mucosa because of the specializations occurring in that coat, such as taste buds, goblet cells, callous pad, by: THE INTESTINE OF THE MINNOW CAMPOSTOMA ANOMALUM (RAFINESQUE), WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ITS COILING.* WALTER C.

KRAATZ Department of Biology, The Municipal University of Akron. CONTENTS. Introduction II. Anatomy of the intestine III. Development of the intestine IV. Variations in intestinal coiling Inhabits rocky riffles, runs, and pools of headwaters, creeks, and small to large rivers (Ref.).Subadults and adults feed on detritus, filamentous algae, diatoms and occasionally on small aquatic insects; young on rotifers and microcrustacea (Ref.

Top–down effects of a grazing, omnivorous minnow (Campostoma anomalum) on stream microbial communities Article (PDF Available) in Freshwater science 37(1).

Minnow - Family Cyprinidae Public Works and Environmental Services. CONTACT Campostoma anomalum Fairfax County Native: Yes Size: 5 inches, rarely to 7 inches The eastern silvery minnow has a very long intestine adapted to digest algae and detritus.

Its plain looks make it a difficult minnow. The central stoneroller is a fish in the family Cyprinidae endemic to North America. T HE stoneroller minnow, Campostoma anomalum pullum (Agassiz), is found from New York west through the Great Lakes to Wisconsin and Minnesota and south through the Mississippi valley to Mexico (Ross, ).

It differs from all other cyprinids in that adults possess an extremely long, coiled intestine which spirals around the air bladder (Kraatz, ). Preliminary studies on the population genetics of the central stoneroller (Campostoma anomalum) from the Great Miami River Basin, Ohio.

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. ; Milligan, A.R. Occurrence of the central stoneroller (Campostoma anomalum) in the upper Washita River drainage. The intestine of the minnow Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque), with special reference to the development of its coiling.

Ohio J. Sci. 24(6) LENNON, R. AND P. PARKER. The stoneroller, Campostoma anomalum (Rafines-que), in Great. We used large outdoor mesocosms to study the effect of Campostoma anomalum, a common prairie headwater-stream minnow, and NH4+ additions (to simulate fish excretion) on the recovery of ecosystem structure and function following a flood, highlighting the potential for Campostoma (and other macroconsumers) to affect denitrification.

This paper presents a study of the normal histology of the digestive tract of an herbivorous teleost, the minnow Campostoma anomalum (Raflnesque). Increasing C.

anomalum density reduced algal biomass until density reached ~2 fish (5 g fish biomass/m2), and higher fish densities did not affect algal biomass. Fish. Campostoma anomalum. The Central stoneroller is a member of the Minnow family (Cyprinidae).

Because of its long intestine (up to 8 times its body length), this species is incredibly efficient at digesting detritus and algae.

The map below shows presence (green circles) of this species in the MBSS dataset. Campostoma anomalum (Central Stoneroller) Fishes Native Transplant. Collection Info Point Map Species Profile Animated Map.

Translate this page with. Campostoma anomalum (Rafinesque, ) The list of references for all nonindigenous occurrences of Campostoma anomalum are found here.

The jejunum is about meters (3 feet) long (in life) and runs from the duodenum to the ileum. Jejunum means “empty” in Latin and supposedly was so named by the ancient Greeks who noticed it was always empty at death.

No clear demarcation exists between the jejunum and the final segment of the small intestine, the ileum. University, Impacts of a Herbivorous Fish, Campostoma anomalum (central stoneroller), on Nitrogen Fixation by Benthic Algae.

Herbivorous fish negatively impact algal biomass and promote the growth of cyanobacteria. In nutrient poor conditions that sustain high levels of productivity. Length to 15 cm.; Cyprinidae (Minnow); ; These are soft-rayed fishes with toothless jaws, but morphologically specialized fifth gill arches with one or two rows of distinctive teeth.

Scales are cycloid, the head is scaleless, there are 19 principal caudal rays and in native American forms the dorsal and anal fins are short. We used the grazing minnow, Campostoma anomalum, and the acetylene reduction technique in a controlled environment to analyze rates of nitrogen fixation and primary production by the periphyton.

Fish grazing reduced algal biomass and promoted the growth of cyanobacteria but had no impact on overall rates of primary production and nitrogen fixation.The stoneroller (Campostoma anomalum) extracts nutrients out of the copious quantities of mud that it ingests. The stoneroller has an enormously long intestine that coils 15 times around its air bladder.

In addition to the various native members of the minnow family. Size segregation was determined in bluntnose minnow, Pimephales notatus, fathead minnow, P. promelas, and stroneroller minnow, Campostoma anomalum, schools by measuring distances between similar- and dissimilar-sized segregation was compared among species and between schools with and without a predator present.