Definición de cladoceran en inglés:

cladoceran

Silabificación: cla·doc·er·an
Pronunciación: /kləˈdäsərən
 
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Zoology

sustantivo

A minute branchiopod crustacean of the order Cladocera, which includes the water fleas.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Adult land-locked fish eat mostly zooplankton, especially larger varieties such as copepods, cladocerans, mysids, and ostracods.
  • Examples of animals in the P. spathula diet are copepods, cladocerans such Daphnia pulex, and ephemeropteran nymphs.
  • The carapace of cladocerans covers the throrax/abdomen but not the head, and is folded down the midline giving them a bivalved appearance.

adjetivo

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Relating to or denoting cladocerans.
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  • Two current areas of research promise to enhance developmental studies on cladoceran hemoglobins, however.
  • Egg size, the zoological counterpart of seed size, has not been nearly as well studied, but is known to correlate positively with genome size in cladoceran crustaceans and plethodontid salamanders.
  • The predatory cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi has extended its range over the past decade from the Ponto-Caspian basin into the Baltic Sea and the Laurentian Great Lakes.

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