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  • Karyology study of Spirlin (Alburnoides bipunctatus) in Zabol region

    Khosravanizadeh, A.; Pourkazemi, M.; Nowrozfashkhami, M.R. (2013)
    The chromosomal spread and karyotype of Spirlin (Alburnoides bipunctatus) from Zabol region were identified using tissue squashing techniques with injection of 0.5ml/100g body weight of 0.01% Colchicines solution in fish fingerlings. Kidney and gill tissues were extracted and chopped in KCl 0.075M for 30 min and fixed in Carnoy solution in 3 stages. The chromosomal spreads were stained in 20% Gimsa for 20 min. From 34 chromosomal spread counts, the results showed diploid chromosome number of ...

    Quelques observations hydrologiques dans la région Cap St. Jacques-Poulo Condore

    Nguyen, Hai; Nguyen, Dinh Ba (1961)
    The authors expose here results obtained from the data-interpretation of two hydrologic lines done by a national expedition for IGY, in 1958, between St. Jacques Cape and Poulo Condore.

    Studies on geo-morphology, ecology and fish production of the 92 rivers of Rajshahi Division, Bangladesh

    Rahman, M.K.; Akhter, J.N.; Nima, A.; Ahmed, S.U.; Mazid, M.A. (2003)
    Geo-morphology, ecology and fish production of the 92 rivers of Rajshahi division have been presented in this paper. Fifteen rivers are dead and 11 rivers have severe erosion problem. Siltation has increased in 66 rivers and depth has decreased in 11 rivers. Sixty nine rivers are suffering from low flow conditions. Fish diversity has decreased in 20 rivers while fish production has declined in 75 rivers. A total of 31 fish species have extinct, 25 species are under threat of extinction and 43...
  • Symbiosis between Ptereleotris arabica and Cryptocentrus lutheri and Alpheus djiboutensis

    Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (2017)
    Publisher: Kish International Campus, Tehran University

    Pseudochromis nigrovittatus

    Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (2010)
    Publisher: Kish International Campus, Tehran University
    Pseudochromis nigrovittatus or Dottybacks are common inhabitants of coral reefs throughout the tropical Indo-West Pacific. P. nigrovittatus inhabits equally frequently mixed communities of macroalgae and hard corals and sparse hard coral communities on rock platform, including those dominated by Acropora, Porites, Galaxea. P. nigrovittatus was recorded from a depth range of 4–20m. Maximum length is 8 cm in Persian Gulf (Iran, Kish Island). All dottybacks are hermaphrodites. The sexes are sepa...

    Pseudobiceros kryptos

    Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (2010)
    Publisher: Kish International Campus, Tehran University

    Torpedo sinuspersici

    Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (2010)
    Publisher: Kish International Campus, Tehran University
    Electric rays, thought to be the most primitive of the skates and rays, have stout tails but have rather expansive disc. This group is distinguished by the presence of powerful electric organs, derived from branchial muscles in head region. Torpedo sinuspersici found inshore in sandy bottoms, and well offshore from the surf zone down to 200 m. Also on or near coral reefs (like Kish Island in Persian Gulf). Common in shallow sandy areas. Occasionally hooked by anglers, more often seen by diver...

    Labroidaes dimidiatus (Valenciennes, 1839)

    Ketabi, Ramin; Jamili, Shahla (2016)
    Publisher: Iranian Fisheries Science Research Institute
    Labroides dimidiatus, is one of several species of cleaner wrasses found on coral reefs from Eastern Africa and the Red Sea to French Polynesia, for the first time from Iran (Persian Gulf, Kish Island). Like other cleaner wrasses, it eats parasites and dead tissue off larger fishes’ skin in a mutualistic relationship that provides food and protection for the wrasse, and considerable health benefits for the other fishes. Some fish mimic cleaner wrasses. For example, a species of blenny called ...
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