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Response of juvenile tench Tinca tinca (L.) to the anaesthetic 2-phenoxyethanol
Summary The response of tench Tinca tinca aged 40–171 days post-hatch (22–49 mm TL) to the anaesthetic 2-phenoxyethanol was studied at 25°C. The lowest effective concentration of 2-phenoxyethanolExpand
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Effects of different diets on juvenile tench, Tinca tinca (L.) reared under controlled conditions
In a laboratory experiment at 28 °C, four commercial starters (Carp Starter, Uni Starter, Perla Plus, Asta) were fed intensively to 11-month-old juvenile tench Tinca tinca of initially 41 mm TL andExpand
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Survival, growth and condition of tench Tinca tinca (L.) larvae fed live food for 12, 18 or 24 h a day under controlled conditions
Summary The present 20-day trial was performed in order to improve growth of tench Tinca tinca (L.) larvae reared intensively in a controlled environment. Larvae of 4.53 mm initial length, 45 perExpand
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Response to 2-phenoxyethanol in juvenile Vimba vimba (L.)
The anaesthetic effect of 2-phenoxyethanol on juvenile Vimba vimba (L.) aged 38-179 days post-hatch (26-56 mm TL) was studied at 25C. The concentration which anaesthetized 100% of the fish within 10Expand
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Upper lethal and rearing temperatures for juvenile common carp, Cyprinus carpio L., and silver carp, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Valenciennes)
. The ultimate upper lethal temperature (UULT) was 43.0 or 46.0°C for common carp and 43.5 or 46.5°C for silver carp, depending on the method of calculation. The influence of fish age on lethalExpand
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Temperature-influenced growth and survival of burbot Lota lota (L.) larvae fed live food under controlled conditions
The growth and survival of burbot Lota lota (L.) larvae reared from the first feeding on freshly hatched Artemia franciscana nauplii at 12, 15, 18, 21, and 24C was compared in a 20-day experiment.Expand
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Pitfalls of using growth rate coefficients
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THE INFLUENCE OF WATER TEMPERATURE ON THE GROWTH, SURVIVAL, CONDITION AND BIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF JUVENILE BURBOT, LOTA LOTA (L.)
Growth, survival, condition (Fulton's coefficient) and biological quality (salinity stress test) were compared in 2-month-old burbot (20 mg BW, 10.9 mm TL) reared at 12, 15, 18, and 21C. At 15C, theExpand
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Does overfeeding affect tench Tinca tinca (L.) juveniles?
Duplicate groups of tench (Tinca tinca) juveniles (mean weight 0.69 g) were fed at 28 °C for 70 days either a commercial formulated diet, Futura, or frozen Chironomidae larvae at four levels: belowExpand
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Effects of different incubation temperatures on the yolk-feeding stage of Eupallasella percnurus(Pallas)
Embryos and yolk-feeding larvae of lake minnow Eupallusella percnurus were reared at 13, 16, 19, 22 and 25° C with no access to external food. Time from egg activation to first embryonic movements,Expand
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