crucian carp


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The international team has shown that muscles of goldfish and crucian carp contain not just the usual one, but two sets of the proteins normally used to channel carbohydrates towards their breakdown within a cell's mitochondria - a key step for energy production.
CcWap65 was significantly up-regulated in the liver of crucian carp after heat stress, suggesting that increase in Wap65 gene may be related to high water temperature stress and play important roles in high water temperature environment of crucian carp.
Crucian carp are cultured in some countries but not in Vietnam.
Large koi carp, Crucian carp, bream, roach, fry and skimmers are among the species which suffocated under the ice at Greenbank Park, in Mossley Hill.
CATCHING a true crucian carp is a tricky problem because the crucian, although related to the mighty mirror and common carp, also has goldfish and minnows as relatives in a big family.
Now 20 fishing platforms have been installed, and over the past six months the Environment Agency has stocked the fishery with roach, tench, rudd and crucian carp.
The report found a steady fall in the number of black carp, grass carp, silver carp and crucian carp since 2003.
I've not fished Snitterfield yet but I've been meaning to as I'm told it holds a good head of quality crucian carp over 2lb that can be caught on light tactics.
HAMPTON SPRINGS, Malpas 01948 820789 Long Island has been the best with carp, tench and crucian carp, appearing in mixed nets taken on pellet, corn and worm.
Tokyo, Japan, June 20, 2006 - (JCN) - Nisshin Food Products announced on June 19 that its research body Food Safety Research Institute has discovered a unique lactobacillus in funa-zushi, or fermented crucian carp with rice, a traditional specialty food from Gifu Prefecture.
The crucian carp (Carassius carassius) has long been recognized as a champion survivor, thriving even in shallow ponds that freeze over during long Northern winters.