The axial skeleton of the Siberian sturgeon: development, organization, structure and new insights on ossification and mineralization of vertebral elements

J.Y. Sire 1 A. Leprévost 1
1 EDS - Evolution et développement du squelette
SAE - Systématique, adaptation, évolution, Evolution Paris Seine
Abstract : This two-volume book set focuses on the Siberian sturgeon. Acipenser baerii Brandt 1869, one of the 27 “existing” sturgeon species, is a native species of the Siberian catchments, where – as in many other parts of the world – the sturgeon populations are now threatened. Sturgeon farming practices targeting caviar and meat production have been expanding worldwide since the 1990s, and have seen a further increase since the turn of the century. Among the handful of sturgeon species used for significant production, the most dominant is the Siberian sturgeon. Given its peculiar phylogenetic position as a chondrostei and its use as a biological model in e.g. France, the species has also attracted the attention of biologists.
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Williot P., Nonnotte G., Vizziano-Cantonnet D., Chebanov M. The Siberian Sturgeon (Acipenser baerii, Brandt, 1869), Springer International Publishing, pp.XX-780, 2018, 978-3-319-61925-5
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J.Y. Sire, A. Leprévost. The axial skeleton of the Siberian sturgeon: development, organization, structure and new insights on ossification and mineralization of vertebral elements. Williot P., Nonnotte G., Vizziano-Cantonnet D., Chebanov M. The Siberian Sturgeon (Acipenser baerii, Brandt, 1869), Springer International Publishing, pp.XX-780, 2018, 978-3-319-61925-5. 〈hal-01563969〉

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