Serum biochemical parameters of Acipenser persicus

@article{Asadi2005SerumBP,
  title={Serum biochemical parameters of Acipenser persicus},
  author={Farzad Asadi and Majid Masoudifard and Alireza Vajhi and K. Lee and Malihe Pourkabir and P. Khazraeinia},
  journal={Fish Physiology and Biochemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={43-47}
}
Serum biochemical parameters are important aspects in the management of endangered species, such as Acipenser persicus. The values of these parameters can be used for confirming the maturity and for monitoring any changes in the quality of waters and related soils. Serum samples of 44 A. persicus fishes were analyzed and their serum parameter values were determined as Mean±SD in four groups: mature males and females and immature males and females, respectively. We compared the levels of calcium… CONTINUE READING

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