|Other titles||Reproduction chez les poissons.|
|Statement||[editors, Y. Zohar, B. Breton] = Reproduction chez les poissons : bases fondamentales et appliquées en endocrinologie et génétique / [editeurs, Y. Zohar, B. Breton].|
|Series||Les Colloques de l"INRA,, no 44, Colloques de l"INRA ;, 44.|
|Contributions||Zohar, Y., Breton, B.|
|LC Classifications||QL639.2 .F74 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||89151295|
Fish Reproduction: Strategies and Tactics by Geoffrey W. Potts (Author), R. J. Wootton (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both by: Fishes display a large number of reproductive strategies. They are poikilotherms with indeterminate growth, and thus environment influences the energetic balance and the existing trade-offs . With the decline in world fish stocks, our knowledge of fish reproduction has become fundamental. Reproduction is an essential commitment to future generation. It is also a continuous development process throughout ontogeny, requiring energetic, ecological, physiological, anatomical, biochemical and endrocrinological adaptations. The first chapters highlight important issues affecting fish. Nearly all fish reproduce sexually and have separate sexes. Fertilization is generally external, and most fish are oviparous. Many adults of the same species may come together in a group and release gametes into the water at the same time, which is called spawning. Fish hatch into larvae that are different from the adult form of the species.
Tore Jakobsen, Senior scientist and marine biologist with experience from fish stock assessment and management ed by IMR since Head of Demersal Fish Section ; Chair of the Advisory Committee on Fishery Management (ACFM) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) ; National Expert on Fisheries Research Projects at . Fish reproductive organs include testes and most species, gonads are paired organs of similar size, which can be partially or totally fused. There may also be a range of secondary organs that increase reproductive fitness. The genital papilla is a small, fleshy tube behind the anus in some fishes, from which the sperm or eggs are released; the sex of a fish often can be determined. Reproduction of ovoviviparous fish involves internal fertilization. The females store the needed sperm for their eggs, without the requirement of male presence. First, a male fish executes rituals to attract the female fish. After intercourse, the female carries the fertilized eggs inside of her body. The book I read was Fish!: A Remarkable Way to Boost Morale and Improve Results by Stephen C. Lundin. This book is about the fundamentals of boosting your team's morale. The main topic of this book is there in a business, and the dump is the work level that has all the older adults. It is a very dull place and not a lot is accomplished/5(1K).
About this book Reproductive Biology of Teleost Fishes is the first integrated review of the reproductive biology of the bony fishes, which are the most species-rich and diversified group of vertebrates. Book Description With the decline in world fish stocks, our knowledge of fish reproduction has become fundamental. Reproduction is an essential commitment to future generation. It is also a continuous development process throughout ontogeny, requiring energetic, ecological, physiological, anatomical, biochemical and endrocrinological adaptations. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Agarwal, N.K., Fish reproduction. New Delhi: APH Pub. Corp., (OCoLC) Document Type. Table I. - Number of articles (in brackets) published in Annales de biologie animale, biochimie, biophysique, Vol. 18(4) after the Paimpont symposium; reports on specified species or groups of species, or concerning basic or applied scientific fields (each article may be counted in several categories). Species or group of species: Salmonids (27), Cyprinids (6), European eel (3), Sparidae (3.