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Serum Biochemical Parameters of Caspian Lamprey, Caspiomyzon wagneri During Final Spawning Migration

  title={Serum Biochemical Parameters of Caspian Lamprey, Caspiomyzon wagneri During Final Spawning Migration},
  author={Mohamad Reza Imanpoor and Mehdi Abdollahi},
Serum biochemical parameters are important aspects in the management of endangered species such as Caspiomyzon wagneri. The objective of this survey was to determine some serum ionic and metabolic parameters and those relationships in 22 migratory population of Caspian lamprey in shirood river (a rive r located at the south of Caspian sea). There was no significant (P<0.05) difference between level of calcium (8.52 ± 2.9-9.14±0.97 mg/dL), magnesium (2.97±1.04-2.86±0.97 mg/dL), phosphorus (11.23… 

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