Response acquisition by Siamese fighting fish
(Betta splendens) with delayed visual reinforcement.
Villus height (VH) and villus width (VW) of Siamese fighting fish
(Betta splendens Regan, 1910) larvae fed different levels of mannan oligosaccharide (MOS).
Effects of different modified diets on growth, digestive enzyme activities and muscle compositions in juvenile Siamese fighting fish
(Betta splendens, Regan, 1910).
The aggressive/reproductive display of the Siamese fighting fish
(Betta splendens), is a species-specific agonistic sequence that may be separated into appetitive, mating, and post-mating components (Klein, Figler, & Peeke, 1976).
Meanwhile, Bakti has found a new status in the role of neighborhood manager, but still has a shiftless streak; he's become obsessed with raising Siamese fighting fish
for gambling purposes, much to the chagrin of his new wife, Sriwyati, who runs a small food stall.
We have killed two Siamese fighting fish
and also a snail, which made me jump out of my skin one night, so we have put on hold any thoughts about adopting a stray cat.
The nephews moved on to peruse the Siamese fighting fish
because boys like such things.
The new approach, by contrast, is built on the unusual characteristics of certain chromatophore or pigment-bearing cells, called erythrophores, from Siamese fighting fish
. When Siamese fighting fish
encounter certain stressful or threatening environmental conditions, such as exposure to toxic chemicals, the erythrophores change appearance.
For seeing-impaired persons, the spectacle of Siamese fighting fish
would pale in comparison to the benefit of a golden retriever's watchful eyes and vigilant tug.
Murawski also has 30 or so Siamese fighting fish
in her Town Hall office; most of them are named after Red Sox players or some roundabout Red Sox connection.
One installation consisted of an artificial habitat for real spiders, with TV cameras positioned so viewers could watch them; others held glass fishbowls containing Siamese fighting fish
; the bowls were mounted on movable structures and equipped with sensors so that the fish could move themselves around the display area and interact with visitors and each other.
After researching fish sight and the ability that animals have to mentally map their environments I created a custom interface that allowed a Siamese fighting fish
(Betta splendons) to move a glass fishbowl along a steel tight wire utilizing custom sensors.