Definitions

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  • n. Any pufferfish of the genus Tetraodon.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. etc. See Tetrodon, etc.

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Examples

  • Compared with the four-way synteny blocks derived from DNA / protein alignments among four species human, mouse, rat, and chicken HGLBs are also preserved in zebrafish and tetraodon, which is more stringent in the sense of evolutionary constraint.

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  • Finally, Ugt5h is absent in zebrafish and medaka but present as single copies in the fugu, tetraodon, and stickleback genomes.

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  • Otocephala while fugu, tetraodon, medaka, and stickleback belong to

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  • Ugt5c and Ugt5f genes are present in the genomes of zebrafish, fugu, medaka, and stickleback, but are absent in the tetraodon genome.

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  • Ugt1 gene repertoire in other teleosts such as fugu, tetraodon, medaka, and stickleback, as well as in a wide variety of lower tetrapods.

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  • Ugt5c genes in the second subclade are always located directly upstream of the The Ugt5d genes seem to be lost in pufferfishes (fugu and tetraodon) and duplicated in tandem in medaka.

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  • The two HGLBs reside in two different chromosomes in the mouse, rat, zebrafish and tetraodon genomes respectively.

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  • The RDD values cluster at negative values for both the human-chicken and human-tetraodon comparisons.

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  • (HM: in the human-mouse comparison; HMR: in the human-mouse-rat comparison etc. H stands for human, M for mouse, R for rat, C for chicken, Z for zebrafish and T for tetraodon)

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  • (B) Phylogenetic tree of the zebrafish (z), fugu (f), tetraodon (t), medaka (m), stickleback (s), and xenopus (x)

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