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climbing gourami:

see climbing perchclimbing perch,
 climbing gourami,
or walking fish,
any of several fish of the family Anabantidae, adapted to living in oxygen-depleted water or on dry land. They are not related to the true perch.
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Measurements of genotoxic potential of cadmium in different tissues of fresh water climbing perch Anabas testudineus (Bloch), using comet assay.
Peter, "Metabolic and thyroidal response in air-breathing perch (Anabas testudineus) to water-borne kerosene," General and Comparative Endocrinology, vol.
CBH also mentioned the fighting fish, Betta pugnax, and the tree climbing perch, Anabas testudineus, in the article, which is written with a slightly humorous twist; he closes with a statement similar in context to that of the previously discussed article," ...
[9] Santhakumar, M and Balaji, M., 2000, "Acute toxicity of an organophours insecticide monocrotophas and its effects on behaviour of an air-breathing fish, Anabas testudineus (Bloch)", J.
Cadmium induced changes in the biochemistry of an air-breathing fish Anabas testudineus. J.
The total thermal window area of PU juveniles (355.2[degrees][C.sup.2]) is higher than Labeo rohita, (273.5[degrees][C.sup.2]), Anabas testudineus (278.3[degrees][C.sup.2]), Cyprinus carpio (311.6[degrees][C.sup.2]), Lutjanus guttatus (344.25[degrees][C.sup.2]), Ocyurus chrysurus (282.0[degrees][C.sup.2]) (Chatterjee et al., 2004; Larios, 2014; Noyola et al., 2015) and lower than Horabagrus brachisoma (526[degrees][C.sup.2]), and Argyrosomus regius (460[degrees][C.sup.2]) (Dalvi et al., 2009).
(2014) Lead-and cadmium-induced histopathological changes in gill, kidney and liver tissue of freshwater climbing perch Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792).
Non lethal concentrations of pesticide impair ovarian function in the freshwater perch, Anabas testudineus. Environ.
Puti Puntius stigma, kholisha Colisa fasciata, shing Heteropneustes fossilis koi Anabas testudineus, tengra Mystus vittatus, taki Channa punctatus and baila Glossogobius giuris were dominant species while bheda Nandus nandus, baim, Mastacembelus armatus shoal Channa striata, magur Clarias batrachus, kakila, Xenentodon cancila were common.
In vitro protein digestibility of different feed ingredients in Thai koi (Anabas testudineus).