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Gorgan Bay: a microcosm for study on macrobenthos species-environment relationships in the southeastern Caspian Sea
The relationship between spatial patterns of macrobenthos community characteristics and environmental conditions (salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen, organic matter content, sand, silt and clay)
A comparative study on the biochemical parameters of seminal and blood plasma and their correlation in the wild common carp (Cyprinus carpio)
Results indicated that blood plasma parameters of glucose, cholesterol, and Ca2+ were significantly higher than those of seminal plasma, while no significant differences were observed between the seminal and blood plasma levels for total protein and Mg2+ ion.
Does the introduced polychaete Alitta succinea establish in the Caspian Sea?
Although establishment of this partially predatory Nereidid, as a food reservoir could facilitate the recreation of commercially exploited fish stock, the consequences for native benthic communities are unclear and may be subject to unforeseen negative impacts.
Abundance Of The Alien Spionid Streblospio gynobranchiata In Relation To Sediment Composition Along The Southern Coast Of The Caspian Sea
Abstract Seasonal and inter-annual variations in the density of the invasive polychaete Streblospio gynobranchiata were noted in the south Caspian Sea when sediment conditions were examined at five
Benthic macrofauna on the coast line rocky substrates of the southern Caspian Sea
Rocky substrates support a variety of habitats and heterogeneity which provide a wide range of resources underpinning rich diversity of biota. Within the Caspian Sea, rocky substrates and their