Abramis brama

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Noun1.Abramis brama - European freshwater fish having a flattened body and silvery scalesAbramis brama - European freshwater fish having a flattened body and silvery scales; of little value as food
Abramis, genus Abramis - European fishes
freshwater bream, bream - any of various usually edible freshwater percoid fishes having compressed bodies and shiny scales; especially (but not exclusively) of the genus Lepomis
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Our previous results also demonstrated the induction of antioxidant enzymatic activities in the liver and muscle of Black Sea Psetta maxima maeotica infected by cestode Botriochephalus gregarious (Rudneva et al., 2004).Contradictory, decrease of the total antioxidant activity and increase of lipid peroxidation were shown in the blood and liver in Abramis brama infected by Ligula intenstinalis L.
Meanwhile, longer durations of sperm movement have been reported in various marine fish, including Anarhichas minor [20] and Abramis brama orientalis [21], and the time might be related to their reproductive strategies.
Age and size- Specific Patterns of heavy metals in the organs of freshwater fish Abramis brama L.
In another study (Wita et al., 2001), the differences as well as similarities based on the mode of infections in fishes (vector transmitted laboratory infection) between Trypanosoma abramis of bream (Abramis brama) and T.
The fin-ray method for age determination has been used for a wide range of freshwater and marine species such as sturgeon (Acipenser spp.), Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.), brown trout (Salmo trutta), whiter sucker (Catostomus commersoni), lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis), channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus), common carp (Cyprinus carpio), ide (Leuciscus idus), tuna (Thunnus spp.), rudd (Scardinius erythropthalmus), chub (Squalis cephalus), roach (Rutilus rutilus), bream (Abramis brama), and yellow perch (Perca fluviatilus) (Beamish 1981).