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New Fisheries-Related Data From The Mediterranean Sea (April, 2014)
(Natl Centre Marine Research, 2014)
As part of its policy, Mediterranean Marine Science started from 2014 to publish a new series of collective article with fisheries-related data from the Mediterranean Sea. In this first collective article we present length ...
New Records Of Kizilirmaktoothcarp, Aphanius Marassantensis From Central Yesilirmak River Basin (Turkey)
(Central Fisheries Research Inst, 2017)
New records of Aphaniusmarassantensis were given for Yesilirmak River Basin in this note. The species was originally described from Kizilirmak River Basin and was accordingly named as Kizilirmaktoothcarp. Its occurrence ...
Effects Of Deltamethrin On Lipase Activity In Guppies (Poecilia Reticulata)
(Central Fisheries Research Inst, 2011)
Effect of the deltamethrin, which is extensively used synthetic pyrethroid, was investigated on the lipase activity of Poecilia reticulate in the present study. One control and five experimental groups were exposed to ...
Effects Of Limnoecological Changes On The Ostracoda (Crustacea) Community In A Shallow Lake (Lake Cubuk, Turkey)
(Elsevier Gmbh, Urban & Fischer Verlag, 2014)
We sampled Lake Cubuk, a shallow lake in Bolu (Turkey), for 26 months to investigate the effect of limnoecological changes on the composition of ostracod species. Seventeen ostracod species were identified from the six ...
Cobitis Keyvani Sp Nova-A New Species Of Spined-Loach From South Of The Caspian Sea Basin (Teleostei: Cobitidae)
(Central Fisheries Research Inst, 2012)
Cobitis keyvani is a new species of spined-loach which is described from Talar River, south of the Caspian Sea basin, north of Iran. This new species is distinguished from Cobitis linea by one lamina circularis at the base ...
Evaluation Of The Ecological And Economical Results Of The Introduced Alien Fish Species In Lake Egirdir, Turkey
(Central Fisheries Research Inst, 2013)
Lake Egirdir is the second largest lake in Turkey and its fish fauna in 1950's was consisted of Barbatula mediterraneus, Cobitis turcica, Capoeta pestai, Cyprinus carpio, Hemigrammocapoeta kemali, Pseudophoxinus egridiri, ...