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Zebrafish reproduce rapidly and abundantly, they are translucent until about three weeks of age, enabling researchers to directly visualize tumor growth, and the cells in the liver function similarly to those in humans.
reproduce rapidly, learn to evade hunters, and for all intents and purposes are impossible to eradicate.
Flies are inexpensive to care for and reproduce rapidly, allowing for several generations to be studied in just a few months.
As energy is vital for an effective immune response, corals that utilise energy to grow and reproduce rapidly have less to spare for their immune response," she added.
6) Slow-growing, slow-maturing fish that are vulnerable to overfishing because they don't reproduce rapidly.
Since they reproduce rapidly, there is no shortage, and wild-caught shrimp are clearly the healthiest way to enjoy these succulent crustaceans.
They eat voraciously, starving out native fish, and they reproduce rapidly.
These 20-pound rat-tailed rodents reproduce rapidly and could easily be the evil, fuzzy demons in a horror show, so don't feel too bad about taking a few of them out.
Cardiff Harbour Authority said the pests, probably introduced by a visiting boat, reproduce rapidly and have caused major problems in the USA and Canada.
Wood mice, common shrews and field voles reproduce rapidly and in high numbers when conditions are suitable.
Consider anthrax, which is naturally present in soil and can reproduce rapidly after a cow, sheep, deer, or bison--and occasionally someone who works with these animals--takes up spores.