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SCIREA Journal of Fisheries — Open Access Journal

SCIREA Journal of Fisheries is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Volume 1, Issue 1, February 2019

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Veysel Parlak, Arzu Uçar, Gonca Alak, Muhammed Atamanalp
Abstract: Dibrom (Naled) is one of the organophosphate insecticides used to fight mosquitoes, mites and house flies. In this study, it was aimed to determine the behavioral changes and hematological parameters of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) altered by the chronic toxicity of dibrom. Fish were captured for a 14-day acclimation [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (218 K)   March 23, 2019     40 Downloads    314 Views
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Effects of Cemented Porous Media on Temporal Mixing Behavior of Conservative Solute Transport
by Zhi Dou, Xueyi Zhang, Zhou Chen, Yun Yang, Chao Zhuang and Chenxi Wang
Genes 2019, 10(6), 439; https://doi.org/10.3390/genes10060439 (registering DOI) - 9 June 2019
Abstract Assistance dog training programs can see as many as 60% of their trainees dismissed. Many training programs utilize behavioral assays prior to admittance to identify likely successful candidates, yet such assays can be insconsistent. Recently, four canine retrotransposon mobile element insertions (MEIs) in [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (641 K)   June 4, 2019     40 Downloads    145 Views   
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