Cyprinus carpio


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Cyprinus carpio

farmed finfish in family Cyprinidae. Called also common carp. See Table 23.
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Including economically important species as: Bagarius bagarius, Cirrihinus mirrigala, Cyprinus carpio, Eutropiichthys vacha, Channa maruilus, Channa straitus, Gibelion catla, Hypopthalmichthys molitrix, Labeo rohita, Labeo gonius, Labeo calbasu, Sperata seenghara, Rita rita, Tenualosa ilisha, Notopterus notopterus, Rita macracanthus, Ctenopharyngodon idella, Cirrihinus reba, Clupisoma garua and Wallago attu.
Cathepsins B, H and L in Peritoneal Macrophages and Hepatopancreas of Carp Cyprinus carpio.
Acute toxicity of chromium for Ctenopharyngodon idella, Cyprinus carpio and Tilapia nilotica.
The most common species, with wide ecological amplitude, representative of bodies of water taken together (group 3), occupy the center of the graph (Barbus setivimensis, Cyprinus carpio carpio, Anguilla Anguilla).
macropomum expuestos a la misma concentracion de Cd utilizada en esta investigacion [32], igualmente en juveniles de Cyprinus carpio expuesto desde 48 a 168 h a 0,1 mg/L de Cd se hallaron cambios diferenciales especificos en el organo, hallandose la presencia de espacios intracelulares, asi como la vacuolizacion en los eosinofilos, la disociacion de las membranas celulares, junto con la formacion de figuras mielinicas [33].
Cyprinus carpio fingerlings with approximately seven centimeters in length, purchased from a fish farm located in town near Campinas (state of Sao Paulo, Brazil), were kept at the Fish Bioassay Laboratory of the Department of Histology and Embryology, Biology Institute, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Brazil) in tanks with clean, dechlorinated water at a temperature of 25[degrees]C and constant aeration.
Carpiodes carpio and Cyprinus carpio were abundant in warm-water months when stream depth and velocity were relatively higher.
1998) studied the optimal level of MCP in diets with its graded levels of 0% to 5% for mirror carp, Cyprinus carpio and reported that the addition of 2% MCP resulted in the best growth and feed utilization.
The alien invasive fish species were identified as Cyprinus carpio Var.
En el primer ensayo se evaluaron concentraciones de: 7,5, 15, 22,5 y 30 mg/L de TCF de acuerdo a los valores reportados en otras especies de peces como Danio rerio (6) y Cyprinus carpio (3) puesto que no se contaban con estudios de este OP en cachama blanca.
Healthy and active Cyprinus carpio fish was purchased from the Fish Farm maintained by the Fisheries Department in the Kingdom.