cyprinid


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cyprinid

a member of the fish family Cyprinidae, including carp, tench, minnow, goldfish, barbel, chub, bream and many others.
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1976: Number of ovarian eggs and spawned eggs and their size composition in the loach, cyprinid fish.
Population structures and some growth properties of three Cyprinid species [Squalius cephalus (Linnaeus, 1758); Tinca tinca (Linnaeus, 1758) and Alburnus escherichii Steindachner, 1897] living in Camkoru Pond (Ankara-Turkey.
Phylogenetic relationships of cyprinid fishes in subgenus Notropis inferred from nucleotide sequences of the mitochondrially encoded cytochrome b gene.
shalynius is extremely low when compared to other cyprinids such as Rasbora daniconius (Nagendran, Shakuntala, Natarajan, & Vasan, 1981), whose fecundity ranged from 580 to 11 040 eggs.
The 2015 recipient was "Conservation genetics of the cyprinid fishes in the upper Nueces River basin in central Texas," The Southwestern Naturalist 59(1):1-8, by E.
Although a significant effect of P on whole-body micro mineral composition of a cyprinid fish has been reported (Nwanna et al.
Similarly, LTRM consistently sampled with mini fyke nets (designed to sample small bodied cyprinid species) for 19 years without collecting a single Channel Shiner.
Due to low specificity for both intermediate and definitive hosts, and by colonizing other cyprinid as well as poeciliid hosts, the Asian tapeworm easily became established within native fish populations in new regions and continents, eventually resulting in its current global distribution (Hoffman 1999, Font 2003, Choudhury and Cole 2012).
3-5) They eat large numbers of silver cyprinid fish, laden with mercury, probably from gold mining in the region, which spews mercury into fish habitat.
Apparently, there is no relationship between population invasion, pollution of the environment by helminth eggs, and shellfish and cyprinid infection rate.
Histopathology of gonadal neoplasms in cyprinid fish from the lower Great Lakes of North.