macrocephalus


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macrocephalus

[‚mak·rə ′sef·ə·ləs]
(medicine)
An individual with an abnormally large head.
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This whale, among the English of old vaguely known as the Trumpa whale, and the Physeter whale, and the Anvil Headed whale, is the present Cachalot of the French, and the Pottsfich of the Germans, and the Macrocephalus of the Long Words.
Copper, lead, and zinc concentration in water, sediments, and catfish (Clarias macrocephalus Gunther) from Butuanon river, Metro Cebu, Philippines.
Hybrid catfish (Female Clarias macrocephalus x Male Clarias gariepinus) have become one of the most important protein sources for Thai people because of its low cost, rapid growth, high availability, and high nutritional value.
Stable isotopic and trace elemental compositions of otoliths and the stock structure of Pacific cod, Gadus macrocephalus.
The larvae of Prochilodus corruscans (Santos & Godinho, 1994), Brycon hilarii (Oliveira, Bialetzki, Gomes, Santin, & Taguti, 2012), and Clarias macrocephalus (Morioka, Vongvichith, Phommachan, & Chantasone, 2013) showed only punctate chromatophores, while Trichogaster pectoralis (Morioka, Ito, & Kitamura, 2010) and Zungaro jau (Nogueira et al.
Enhancement of carotenoid production in Spirulina platensis and fed on Clarias macrocephalus for reproductive performance.
Caratactocoris macrocephalus (Montandon, 1897); is recorded for Mexico (Chiapas, Jalisco, Estado de Mexico, Morelos, Veracruz), Guatemala (Baja Vera Paz, Chimaltenango, Suchitepequez), and El Salvador (Sites et al.
1997) and Pagador and Chavez (1997) have reported similar observations on Clarias macrocephalus.
A novel butyrylcholinesterase from serum of Leporinus macrocephalus, a Neotropical fish.