Cypriniformes Fishes as Environmental Indicators
With this diversity in species, breadth of morphological adaptations and convergences, behaviors, breeding modes, and importance in studies of developmental biology (Danio rerio, Zebrafish), species of Cypriniformes are of great interest to ecologists and evolutionary biologists (Howes 1991, Winfield & Nelson 1991, Kottelat & Freyhof 2007, Mabee et al. 2007, Mayden et al. 2007).
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Winfield, I. J. and J. S. Nelson (Eds.). 1991. Cyprinid fishes: systematics, biology and exploitation. Chapman and Hall, London.
Kottelat, M. and J. Freyhof. 2007. Handbook of European Freshwater Fishes. Publications Kottelat, Cornol, Switzerland.
Mabee, P.M., Arratia, G., Coburn, M., Haendel, M., Hilton, E., Lundberg, J.G., Mayden, R.L., Rios, N., Westerfield, M. 2007a. Connecting evolutionary morphology to genomics using ontologies: a case study from Cypriniformes including zebrafish. Journal of Experimental Zoology, Molecular Development and Evolution. 308B (5), 655-668.
Mabee, P.M, Ashburner, M., Cronk, Q., Gkoutos, G.V., Haendel, M., Segerdell, E., Mungal, C., Westerfield M. 2007b. Phenotype ontologies: the bridge between genomics and evolution. TREE 22: 345-350.
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