Aquaculture: Biology And Ecology Of Cultured Species (Ellis by Gilbert Barnabe

By Gilbert Barnabe

В книге освещены биологические и экологические основы производства биокультур в воде, а также рассказывается о путях решениях проблем, возникающих во время данного процесса.

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Limnol. , 28 (4): 688–697. , 1987. Mixing in the upper ocean. Nature, 328: 13–14. 28 2 The production of living matter in the aquatic environment 1. MAJOR CATEGORIES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS The organisms inhabiting this environment fall into two categories: – Those which live on the bottom (resting, attached or burrowing); these make up the benthos and are called benthic creatures. They are in contact with the sea bed and fall into two categories; attached (oysters, mussels, attached seaweeds) and mobile (scallops).

Marine aquarium keeping, the Science Animals and Art. Wiley & Sons, New York: 171 pp. , 1979. The effect of lake stratification on water quality. Journal AWWA, 71 (4): 219–225. , 1989. Manuel d’aquariologie; 1. ). Réalisation Editoriales Pédagogiques, Paris: 303 pp. , 1987. Bubble clouds and temperature anomalies in the upper ocean. Nature, 328: 48–51. , 1983. Photosynthesis of natural phytoplankton under high frequency light fluctuations simulating those induced by sea surface waves. Limnol. , 28 (4): 688–697.

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