Chun-hou Li

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Penaeus monodon (mean initial wet weight 1·19 (SE 0·01) g) were fed seven diets in triplicate: a control diet (D1) without carotenoids; three diets formulated to supply 0·1 % astaxanthin alone (D2), 0·2 % astaxanthin alone (D3), and a combination of 0·1 % astaxanthin and 1 % cholesterol (D4); three diets with 0·07 % canthaxanthin alone (D5), 0·13 %(More)
This study aimed to gain a clear understanding on the status of pollution by heavy metals in the petrochemical sewage and the potential ecological risk caused by heavy metal pollution in the sea area of Daya Bay. The contents and spatial distributions of heavy metals including Zn, Pb, Cu, Cd, Cr, As and Hg in seawater, sediment and fishes collected from(More)
Rose Komugisha Basiita • J. Henrich Bruggemann • Nianhui Cai • Conchi Cáliz-Campal • Chen Chen • Jiawei Chen • L. Cizek • Pedro J. Cordero • Deborah A. Dawson • Yandong Ding • L. Drag • Anan Duan • Bruno Fogliani • Tian-xiang Gao • Pauline Gélin • Martin J. Genner • Zhi-Min Gu • Mireille M. M. Guillaume • Jian-Lin Guo • Chengzhong He • Peter M.(More)
Based on the 7 cruises survey data collected from 63 research stations in the Daya Bay of South China Sea in January and July 1988 and in March, May, September and December 2004, the variation characteristics of the abundance, biomass, productivity, and P/B value of macrobenthos in the two years were analyzed by using Brey's empirical formula. The results(More)
Based on the 2004-2005 otter trawl survey data and the 1980-2007 relevant historical records, this paper analyzed the variations of fish species composition, faunal assemblage, diversity indices, dominant species, and abundance in Daya Bay. In the 2004-2005 trawl survey, a total of 107 fish species were recorded, belonging to 50 families and 13 orders,(More)
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