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1. FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization)
A physical mapping approach that uses fluorescent tags to detect hybridization of probe s with metaphase chromosome s and with the less-condensed somatic interphase chromatin.

2. Fish elevation
The elevation of a fish above the stream bed measured at the tip of the fish's snout. See focal point .

3. Fish habitat
The aquatic environment and the immediately surrounding terrestrial environment that, combined, afford the necessary biological and physical support systems required by fish species during various life history stages.

4. Fish ladder
A series of descending weirs which carry water around a dam or waterfall to facilitate the upstream migration of fish.

5. Fish velocity (focal point velocity, snout velocity, facing velocity)
The velocity at the location occupied by a fish, measured at the fish's snout.

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