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The effects of commercial preparations containing two different GnRH analogues and dopamine antagonists on spermiation and sperm characteristics in the European smelt Osmerus eperlanus (L.)
First record of Nippotaenia mogurndae Yamaguti and Miyata, 1940 (Cestoda, Nippotaeniidae), a parasite introduced with Chinese sleeper to Poland
This paper documented the first record of the parasite in Poland, an exotic cestode Nippotaenia mogurndae Yamaguti and Miyata, 1940, which spreads spontaneously with a host to European waters.
Isolation and characterization of transferrin from common carp (Cyprinus carpio L) seminal plasma.
Feed-borne exposure to zearalenone leads to advanced ovarian development and limited histopathological changes in the liver of premarket size rainbow trout
Food web manipulation in a small, eutrophic Lake Wirbel, Poland: effect of stocking with juvenile pike on planktivorous fish
- A. Prejs, A. Martyniak, S. Boroń, P. Hliwa, Paweł Koperski
- Environmental ScienceHydrobiologia
- 1 February 1994
In a four year experiment (1988–1991) carried out in a shallow, eutrophic lake, an increase in young-of-the-year pike (Esox lucius) density was used to control planktivorous fish assemblages…
Semen biology and stimulation of milt production in the European smelt (Osmerus eperlanus L.)
Changes in sperm parameters of sex-reversed female rainbow trout during spawning season in relation to sperm parameters of normal males.
Effects of protein‐, peptide‐ and free amino acid‐based diets in fish nutrition
- K. Dąbrowski, Yongfang Zhang, K. Kwasek, P. Hliwa, T. Ostaszewska
- Biology, Environmental Science
- 1 April 2010
The hydroxyproline/proline ratio was confirmed to be of value in quantifying muscle collagen degradation/synthesis and can perhaps be used to quantify the amino acid requirement necessary to maximize the utilization (deposition) of dietary amino acids.
Carp transferrin can protect spermatozoa against toxic effects of cadmium ions.
Indispensable amino acid concentrations decrease in tissues of stomachless fish, common carp in response to free amino acid- or peptide-based diets
It is shown that amino acids given entirely as FAA or PP cannot sustain stomachless larval fish growth, and may result in depletion of body indispensable AA and most of dispensable AA.