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Definition of the noun Actinopterygii
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Actinopterygii is a class of Chordata.
- synonym: class Actinopterygii
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- order Acipenseriformes
- order Albuliformes
- order Amiiformes
- order Anguilliformes
- order Ateleopodiformes
- order Atheriniformes
- order Aulopiformes
- order Batrachoidiformes
- order Beloniformes
- order Beryciformes
- order Cetomimiformes
- order Characiformes
- order Clupeiformes
- order Cypriniformes
- order Cyprinodontiformes
- order Elopiformes
- order Esociformes
- order Gadiformes
- order Gasterosteiformes
- order Gobiesociformes
- order Gonorynchiformes
- order Gymnotiformes
- order Lampriformes
- order Lepisosteiformes
- order Lophiiformes
- order Mugiliformes
- order Myctophiformes
- order Notacanthiformes
- order Ophidiiformes
- order Osmeriformes
- order Osteoglossiformes
- order Perciformes
- order Percopsiformes
- order Pleuronectiformes
- order Polymixiiformes
- order Polypteriformes
- order Saccopharyngiformes
- order Salmoniformes
- order Scorpaeniformes
- order Siluriformes
- order Stephanoberyciformes
- order Stomiiformes
- order Synbranchiformes
- order Syngnathiformes
- order Tetraodontiformes
- order Zeiformes
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Actinopterygii is a subclass of Osteichthyes, described by Cuvier in 1828.
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A Dictionary of Zoology (2014)
by Michael Allaby
Bathylagidae (deepsea smelts, black smelts; subclass *Actinopterygii, order * Salmoniformes) A family of small (15 cm) openocean fish with large eyes, a small mouth, and varying body shape. Probably they undertake vertical migrations ...
by Paul A. Rees
Actinopterygii. A subclassofbony fishes: rayfinned fishes. action potential The condition ...
Actinopterygii. — Fan-finned Group. Section 1. Chondrostei.— Ganoids. „ 2. Teleocephali.— Bony Fishes. Even this system has, however, certain disadvantages, and the following arrangement ...
A Dictionary of Biology (1957)
by Michael Abercrombie, Clarence James Hickman, M. L. Johnson
Actinopterygii and Chandrieht/zyes, the other two classes of living fish. CHOANOCYTE (coLLAR-CELL). Peculiar kind ofcell with a flagellum surrounded by a thin protoplasmic sheath or collar, found only in sponges and a small group of ...
The Encyclopedia of Animals (2004)
A Complete Visual Guide by Fred Cooke
cuss Actinopterygii SUPERORDER Scopelomorpha order Myctophiformes FAMILIES 2 SPECIES 251 Lanternfishes Of all the deep, open-water marine fishes, the lanternfishes are the most widely distributed, diverse, and abundant. Because ...
by Frank J. Dye
The superorder Teleostei shares the subclass Actinopterygii with two other superorders, the superorder Chondrostei (including sturgeons and paddlefish) and the superorder Holostei (including bowfin and gars). teloblasts in leeches and other ...
by S.E. Stiegeler
The Actinopterygii also have a single dorsal fin. The group includes the modern * Teleostei. See also OSteichthyes. active layer. See permafrost. actualism. See uniformitarianism. actuopalaeontology. The branch of palaeontology in which ...
by Jacqueline Smith
Actinopterygii /ak-tă-nop-tĕ-rij-ee-ÿ/ Ray-finned bony fish in which the paired fins are not fleshy (compare Crossoptery- gii) but have narrow bases and are supported by thin fin rays. The Actinopterygii also have a single dorsal fin. The group ...
Encyclopedia of the Arctic (2012)
by Mark Nuttall
The class Sarcopterygii includes lobe-finned bony fish and the class Actinopterygii includes ray-finned bony fish. The Sarcopterygii, thought to have given rise to the vertebrate tetrapods (that is amphibians and reptiles), include coelacanths ...
by Barbara Charton, John Tietjen
Actinopterygii source of food for plankton-eating fish, so much so that the fish population of the Black Sea is highly dependent on the population of this organism. Acartia was first classified in 1848. It has been reclassified several times since ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
Actinopteri Vertebrate Zoology, see Actinopterygii. Actinopterygii Vertebrate Zoology, a large subclass of ray-finned fishes of the class Osteichthyes, distinguished by paired spiny fins supported by dermal rays; it includes most of the living bony ...
are divided into the infraclasses Actinopterygii ( ray-finned fish), Sarcopterygii (the lobe-finned fish), and Teleostei (from the Greek for 'complete bone'). Encompassing over 95% of extant fish species, the ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3T1I1N1O1P3T1E1R1Y4G2I1I1
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