Effects of heavy metal accumulation on the 96-h LC50 values in tench Tinca tinca
For reliability of fecal analyses, Tinca tinca
, Capoeta tinca, Esox lucius, Sander lucioperca, and Cyprinus carpio, which were the fish species caught from Kizilirmak river, were boiled in water and their body skeletons were obtained by cleaning with water on a wire sieve with 0.5 mm mesh, and were used as comparison material for identification of fish remains obtained as a result of fecal analysis.
10 6.1 4 6.1 Cyprinid Cyprinidae 18 11.0 19 28.8 Bream Abramis brama 15 9.1 5 7.6 Tench Tinca tinca
4 2.4 Common carp Cyprinus carpio 1 0.6 1 1.5 Ide Leuciscus idus 2 1.2 Asp Leuciscus aspius 1 0.6 Vimba Vimba vimba 1 1.5 Total identified 164 99.8 66 100.1 Unidentified 38 22 Total fish 202 88 https://doi.Org/10.3176/arch.2019.1.03
Daily and seasonal variations in haematological and blood biochemical parameters in the tench Tinca tinca
Seven fish species were identified: allis shad (Alosa alosa), European eel (Anguilla anguilla), gudgeon (Gobio gobio), roach (Rutilus rutilus), Mediterranean barbel (Barbus meridionalis), chub (Squalius cephalus) and tench (Tinca tinca
El hematocrito y la hemoglobina en el pez Tinca tinca
(Linnaeus, 1758) se ha observado que es mas alto en primavera y en verano (Guijarro et al., 2003; de Pedro et al., 2005; Gupta et al, 2013).
Valfre, "Effects of dietary lipid source on fillet chemical composition, flavour volatile compounds and sensory characteristics in the freshwater fish tench (Tinca tinca
L.)," Food Chemistry, vol.
In Italy, all the confirmed cases of opisthorchiasis were associated with the consumption of raw fillets of tench (Tinca tinca
) (Pozio, Armignacco, Ferri, & Gomez Morales, 2013).
rutilus, Vimba vimba (L., 1758), Tinca tinca
(L., 1758) gibi tatlisu turlerinin yani sira, N.
Yigit, "Assessment of metal concentrations in two cyprinid fish species (Leuciscus cephalus and Tinca tinca
) captured from Yenicaga Lake, Turkey," Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, vol.
Population structures and some growth properties of three cyprinid species [Squalius cephalus (Linnaeus, 1758); Tinca tinca
(Linnaeus, 1758) and Alburnus escherichii (Steindachner, 1897)] living in Camkoru Pond (Ankara-Turkey).
It has since been found that a lot of other fish species such as goldfish, crucian carp, different sturgeon species, grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella), silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) or tench (Tinca tinca
) may be act as a healthy appearing carrier hosts which can transfer the KHV to naive carp or koi [22,24,26,27,39].