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medaka
American English: /məˈdɑkə/
British English: /məˈdɑːkə/

Translation of medaka in Spanish:

noun

  • (Zoology)
    Example sentences
    • Genetic linkage maps have been developed for a number of fish species, including zebra fish, medaka, catfish, rainbow trout, Atlantic salmon, and Lake Malawi cichlids.
    • In the medaka, cortisol treatment increased the ability of acid-exposed fish to maintain plasma sodium levels.
    • The Japanese medaka were purchased from a biological supply company.

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