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Metabolic strategy in pelagic squid of genus Sthenoteuthis (Ommastrephidae) as the basis of high abundance and productivity: An overview of the soviet investigations
The long-term investigations of nektonic squid Sthenoteuthis pteropus and Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis (between 1978 and 1990) have revealed some special features in a metabolism of these animals.Expand
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Fat content in Black Sea sprat as an indicator of fish food supply and ecosystem condition
Fat content (as % of total body wet wt) of the sprat Sprattus sprattus phalericus in the Black Sea was determined annually during the peak feeding period (i.e. summer) between 1960 and 2001.Expand
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Significance of Physiological and Biochemical Approaches for Black Sea Fishery Investigations
Physiological and biochemical methods are important tools for solving certain fishery problems, such as observed trends of fish distribution and migrations; estimation of productivity of commercialExpand
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Fish Health and Fisheries, Implications for Stock Assessment and Management: The Mediterranean Example
Although fish health may influence key population-level processes, particularly those dealing with natural mortality, reproduction, and growth, which, in turn, affect stock productivity, littleExpand
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Nutritional condition of female Calanus euxinus from cyclonic and anticyclonic regions of the Black Sea
The content and composition of lipids in Calanus euxinus females were studied in cyclonic and anticyclonic regions in the southern Black Sea during the period of persistent density stratificationExpand
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Diurnal gut pigment rhythm and metabolic rate of Calanus euxinus in the Black Sea
The vertical distribution, diel gut pigment content and oxygen consumption of Calanus euxinus were studied in April and September 1995 in the Black Sea. Gut pigment content of C. euxinus females wasExpand
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Influence of food quality on lipids and essential fatty acids in the body of the Black Sea sprat Sprattus sprattus phalericus (Clupeidae)
The food supply of the Black Sea sprat Sprattus sprattus phalericus off the Crimea coast in the feeding periods of 2006–2013 was studied. The level of accumulation of storage lipids in the fish bodyExpand
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The changed ecosystem of the black sea and its impact on anchovy fisheries As a result of eutrophication caused by increased nutrient input via major northwestern rivers during the last few decades,Expand
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