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Journal:   NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT (JOURNAL OF FISHERIES)   NOVEMBER 2013 , Volume 7 , Number 3 (27); Page(s) 73 To 84.
 
Paper: 

THE SURVEY EFFECT OF SALINITY AND TURBIDITY PERFORMED ON SURVIVAL RATE AND HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN GILL TISSUES OF RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM JUVENILES (<1G)

 
 
Author(s):  VAHID FARABI S.M.*, BEHROZI SH., GHANEI M., AZARI A.H., SHARIFIAN M.
 
* IRANIAN FISHERIES RESEARCH ORGANIZATION (IFRO), ECOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER OF CASPIAN SEA, FARAH ABAD, SARI, MAZANDARAN PROVINCE
 
Abstract: 

The survey effect of salinity and turbidity performed on Rutilus frisii Kutum juveniles with aim, which was determined about survival rate and histological changes in gill tissues. Juveniles were provided from the Rajai’s fish propagation center and then examined in Caspian Sea Ecology Research Center laboratory. The juveniles were investigated on three weight group (200<400, 400<600, 600<1000 mg) and in fresh water and Caspian Sea water (12.5 ppt). Also, six turbidity levels (50 FTU, 430 FTU, 2600 FTU, 7800 FTU, 15600 FTU) were probed in freshwater during 168hr. Each treatment had three replications. The results showed that there was a significant difference among treatments in the different levels of factors, (p<0.05). The juveniles’ survival rate has decreased than control treatment in brackish water and turbidity in freshwater. It was demonstrated that with increasing fish weight, therefore, the survival rate is increased. However, gill tissue of juveniles under turbidity and salinity stress became short (necrosis) and thick (edema and hyperplasia) in the end of experiments. The juveniles gill tissues were not changes in the river clear freshwater. Although the survival rate of juveniles is acceptable in this study, but there was abnormal changes in the structure of them gills. The little changes was observed in group of 600-1000 mg. It appears that this change will cause a disruption in trend of juvenile’s growth.

 
Keyword(s): RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM JUVENILES, SALINITY, TURBIDITY, CASPIAN SEA
 
 
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VAHID FARABI, S., & BEHROZI, S., & GHANEI, M., & AZARI, A., & SHARIFIAN, M. (2013). THE SURVEY EFFECT OF SALINITY AND TURBIDITY PERFORMED ON SURVIVAL RATE AND HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN GILL TISSUES OF RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM JUVENILES (<1G). NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT (JOURNAL OF FISHERIES), 7(3 (27)), 73-84. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=402353



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VAHID FARABI S.M., BEHROZI SH., GHANEI M., AZARI A.H., SHARIFIAN M.. THE SURVEY EFFECT OF SALINITY AND TURBIDITY PERFORMED ON SURVIVAL RATE AND HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN GILL TISSUES OF RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM JUVENILES (<1G). NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT (JOURNAL OF FISHERIES). 2013 [cited 2021May18];7(3 (27)):73-84. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=402353



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VAHID FARABI, S., BEHROZI, S., GHANEI, M., AZARI, A., SHARIFIAN, M., 2013. THE SURVEY EFFECT OF SALINITY AND TURBIDITY PERFORMED ON SURVIVAL RATE AND HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN GILL TISSUES OF RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM JUVENILES (<1G). NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT (JOURNAL OF FISHERIES), [online] 7(3 (27)), pp.73-84. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=402353.



 
 
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