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fish preserved or marinated in acidified brine with or without spices.
a function of pH, calcium and inorganic monomeric aluminium conditions in natural waters; used in fish toxicity models.
a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration, a pH less than 7.0, or the quantitative capacity to neutralise a base to a designated …
fish from acid waters, like the Amazon and forest pools in West Africa, preferring a pH below 7.
having an affinity for or thriving in acidic conditions, e.g. in a bog or marsh. Also called acidophilic.
waters where the hydrogen ion concentration is high, producing highly acidic reactions, and in which humic material is lacking.
slender sword, of scimitar-like form, e.g. acinaciform branchiostegal rays in Perciformes.
plural of acinus.
a lobule of a secretory gland formed by a group of exocrine glandular cells, e.g. in the pancreas.
a toxic substance reputedly obtained from the gonads of sturgeon, Acipenser.