Some patterns of age and geographical variation in fecundity indices were analyzed in three freshwater fishes (river perch, bream, and Sevan khramulya).
Published data on the taxonomic composition of the intestinal bacterial flora in fishes living under different conditions (marine and freshwater fishes) and differing in the type of feeding are reviewed.
Considerable differences in the composition of intestinal microflora in marine and freshwater fishes are described.
Effect of Site-Specific Parameters on the Transfer of 137Cs and 90Sr into Freshwater Fishes1,2
The first record of Macrogyrodactylus species (Monogenea, Gyrodactylidae) on freshwater fishes in Senegal with the description o
Determination of the contents of EPA and DHA and lipid constituents in main fresh water fishes in China
Osmotic regulation in fresh water fishes by active absorption of chloride ions
Serum cholesterol levels of six species of fresh water fishes were lowered due to trypanosome infection.
A histochemical study of the oogenesis of two species of fresh water fishes, Channa maruleus and Heteropneustes fossilis, was undertaken to reveal the origin, structure, histochemical nature, and function of the so-called yolk-nucleus.
Cleaning symbioses are described for the first time between fresh water fishes in their natural habitat.
The major management inputs of modern fresh water fish farming are expensive feeding, veterinary care, control of predators, organic and chemical fertilizers that enrich the production of natural fish food, water circulation and aeration.
Toxicological effects of a sub-lethal concentration of inorganic Mercury on the fresh water fish, Tilapia mossambica, Peters
The chemical composition of scent of fresh water fish with special reference to amines and amino acids
The Mg-ATPase from fresh water fish showed a distinct temperature optimum at 24°C (Fig.
Epithelial prints of this type were investigated in 43 species of fresh water fish (Cichlidae, Characidae) and marine fish (Serranidae, Apogonidae, Sparidae, Scorpaenidae, Pomacentridae, Girellidae, Gobiidae) of America, Africa, and Asia.