cyprinids


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cyprinids

a group of soft-finned, freshwater fish (Cyprinidae) including the carps, which is widespread in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
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1995: Changes in abundance of cyprinid and percid prey affect rate ofpredation by cormorants Phalacrocorax carbo carbo on salmon Salmo salar smolt in Northern-Ireland.
In teleost, we identified either single copy of MGST2 gene (such as common carp, zebrafish and platyfish, etc) or absent (such as stickleback, medaka and pufferfish, etc), which suggested that MGST2 gene was lost in some teleost genomes completely, but still retained one copy in Cyprinids such as carp and zebrafish.
Following this, [39] the observed L[infinity] and K for freshwater cyprinids like, Labeo calbasu in Bangladesh water, Ghaghra river was relatively higher.
Notropis amabilis (Girard) (Texas Shiner) is a small bodied cyprinid with a distribution restricted to the Edwards Plateau region of Texas and Rio Grande drainage of U.
A number of studies have described infections by Myxobolus of the digestive system of freshwater fish, in particular the intestine, of cyprinids (MASOUMIAN et al.
Quantification of differences in digestibility of phosphorus among cyprinids, cichlids, and salmonids through a mathematical modelling approach.
Similarly, LTRM consistently sampled with mini fyke nets (designed to sample small bodied cyprinid species) for 19 years without collecting a single Channel Shiner.
Of the six infected cyprinids, the arroyo chub (Gila orcutti) and Mojave tui chub (Siphateles bicolor mohavensis) are native, while the other four, common carp (Cyprinus carpio), golden shiner, goldfish (Carassius auratus) and fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas), are introduced.
Other fish species such as the cyprinids Scarlet Shiner (Lythrurus fasciolaris), Striped Shiner (Luxilus chrysocephalus) and Stoneroller (Campostoma oligolepis) and the centrarchids Spotted Bass (Micropterus punctulatus) and Redbreast Sunfish (Lepomis auritus) were commonly observed and netted in Limestone Creek.
According to Johnston and Page (1992), construction of saucer-nests is a derived spawning strategy among cyprinids and no other cyprinid species is known to construct saucer-nests; however, little is known about how access to adequate spawning substrate influences reproductive strategy and spawning success of longfin dace.
High metacercariae infections were also reported on stomach, intestine, fins, gills and skin of Cichlasoma urophthalmus (JIMENEZ-GARCIA; VIDAL-MARTINEZ, 2005), as well as on gills, muscles, intestine and fins from cyprinids fish (SAENPHET et al.