bleak

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Related to Alburnus alburnus: Perca fluviatilis, Leuciscus cephalus

bleak

(Exposed and barren), adjective bare, barren, blank, cold, deserted, desolate, exposed, unpopulated, waste

bleak

(Not favorable), adjective dark, depressing, dismal, distressing, forbidding, gloomy, grave, grim, joyless, ominous, somber, sombrous, unfavorable

bleak

(Severely simple), adjective austere, cheerless, cold, comfortless, depressing, dismal, dour, drear, dreary, dull, gloomy, grim, joyless, somber, sombrous, uninviting
See also: devoid, jejune
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Correlations between seminal plasma composition and sperm motility have been documented in some species like Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar (4), common carp, Cyprinus carpio (11), bleak, Alburnus alburnus (12), rainbow trout, Onchorhynchus mykiss (13), Persian sturgeon, Acipenser persicus (14) and Chinook salmon, Onchorhynchus tshawytscha (15).
A case study of Alburnus alburnus X Rutilus rubilio, a natural hybrid of Lake Mikri Prespa, Northern Greece.
The bleak, Alburnus alburnus, is an invasive fish in the Iberian Peninsula, where this species mainly disturbs the highly endemic fauna via competition and aggression.
Contribution a letude de la biologie de lablette Alburnus alburnus L.
In the fish treatment, the medium was conditioned by keeping one 7-cm-long bleak (Alburnus alburnus L; a small European cyprinid fish) for 24 h in 7 L of medium.

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