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Fishponds were and are purposeful water structures. Fish production is their main function and rational management is an inevitable condition for their existence. The present high level of fishpond eutrophication results in nutrients overloading. The effect of the high level of nutrients is emphasized by top-down control of zooplankton by high fish stock(More)
Supplemental cereal feeding (maize, wheat and triticale compared with a control group with natural food only) and its effect on fatty acid (FA) expression in the flesh during long-lasting storage of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) was investigated. The fish were cultured in earthen ponds in the Trebon region (Czech Republic). The content of fatty acid was(More)
Four production fishponds in the Czech Republic were investigated in 2003 and 2004 during a feeding experiment on common carp (Cyprinus carpio). In 2003, topmouth gudgeon (Pseudorasbora parva) was detected in enormous amounts in all of the investigated fishponds. P. parva got into the fishponds spontaneously by water inflow from connecting channels. The(More)
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