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Definition of the noun Mrigala
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Mrigala is a genus of Cyprinidae, described by Bleeker in 1860.
- synonym: genus Mrigala
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Actinopterygii
- order: Cypriniformes
- family: Cyprinidae
- genus: Cirrhinus
- species Mrigala bengalensis
Mrigala is a census town in Hooghly district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is under Dankuni police station in Srirampore subdivision.
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- Genus Mrigala
- Cirrhina Mrigala
- Cyprinus Mrigala
- Cirrhinus mrigala
- Species Cirrhina Mrigala
- Species Cyprinus Mrigala
- Cirrhinus Mrigala Mrigala
- species Cirrhinus mrigala
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by Sir George Watt
mrigala ; Day, Fish.
by Carrick Devine, M. Dikeman
M-proteins, muscle fibre type, 221 Mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala), 1314T MRLs, See Maximum residue limits (MRLs) MRM, See Mechanically recovered meat (MRM) MS, See Mass spectrometry (MS ) MSA, ...
A-B by S D Gangolli
Cinchona officinalis Cinnamomum camphora Cinnamomum platyphyllum Cirrhina mrigala Citrobacter freundii Claclosporium lignicola Clarias spp. Cloeon dipterum Clostridium spp. Coccus cati Colchicum antumnale tree european hornbeam ...
by Jagdish Prasad
Nain (Cirrhinus mrigala): all India major carps, and Grass, Silver, Common and Bighead carps: all exotic fishes. Union and State Governments provide ...
From Genome to Environment
purified from Indian mrigal carp (Cirrhinus mrigala). In rainbow trout, high concentrations of Vtg(s) inside the oocyte can ...
by Wilson G. Pond
Mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala) is another of the Indian major carps (see Catla), and production in 2002 was approximately 517,000 tonnes (personal communication; Dr. B.B. Jana, India). Mrigal are mostly grown in ponds and consumed locally ...
Index by Sir George Watt
1226; mrigala, Hind,, F. 41o ; mrigale, Uriya, F. 41o.
A Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Index, prepared by Edgar Thurston, assisted by T.N. Mukerji (1896)
by Sir George Watt
1226; mrigala, Hind,, F. 410 j mrigale, Uriya, F. 410.
by Henry Charles Howard Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire
Mirgha — The Mirgha (Cirrhina mrigala) inhabits the same waters as the Kalbans , grows to the same size, and is fished for in precisely the same way, but is a more active fish in play. White Carp— The White Carp (Cirrhina rirrhosa) grows to ...
by Dr. Daniel Simberloff, Dr. Marcel Rejmanek
The pyrethroid fenvalerate accumulates in body tissues of the fishes Labeo rohita , Catla catla, and Cirrhinus mrigala. RISKS VS. BENEFITS The extensive benefits that humans accrue from these chemicals often appear to overweigh the costs ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
and mullet, moråko (Cirrhina mrigala), gandan (Nolopterus kapirat), khago or catfish (Rita buchanani), popri (Barbus satana), shakur, jerkho and singhâri (Macrones aor) are also found. Otter, turtle and porpoise are ...
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