By John F. Craig
The percid fishes (or perch kin) include many species together with the perch, pikeperch, yellow perch, walleye and the darters. those species are of significant ecological and financial value, being vital parts of the freshwater environment and leisure and advertisement fisheries.
Percid Fishes covers facets akin to systematics, morphology, biology, ecology, ailments and parasites and the industrial value of percid fisheries. targeted emphasis is positioned in the ebook at the advanced courting among this family members of fishes and their surroundings and the way they reply to perturbations, specifically these triggered via humans.
the writer, John Craig who has loads of adventure engaged on those fishes in lots of of the nations during which they ensue, has drawn jointly a very vital booklet which gives a distinct, accomplished and vital overview of this most important workforce of fish.Content:
Chapter 1 Taxonomy and Distribution (pages 1–14):
Chapter 2 Morphology and Anatomy (pages 15–38):
Chapter three Age, development and Mortality (pages 39–54):
Chapter four replica and improvement (pages 55–77):
Chapter five foodstuff and Feeding (pages 78–107):
Chapter 6 Ionic and Water stability (pages 108–115):
Chapter 7 Swimming, events and Migrations (pages 116–123):
Chapter eight Parasites and ailments (pages 124–146):
Chapter nine inhabitants Dynamics and group constitution (pages 147–167):
Chapter 10 Fisheries and fiscal value (pages 168–190):
Chapter eleven Aquaculture (pages 191–224): Patrick Kestemont and Charles Melard
Chapter 12 Etheostomatinae (pages 225–253): Lawrence M. Page
Chapter thirteen different Percinae and Luciopercinae (pages 254–261):
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The ultra structure of this tissue is characterized by large amounts of glycogen, different from other fish species, although most of them do have their white muscle metabolism dependent on anaerobic glycolysis. The amount of stored glycogen granules is much lower in teleost fish than found in lungfish (Pritchard et al.
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Genealogical relationships among NOS protein sequences encountered in selected vertebrate and invertebrate taxa. From Andreakis et al. (2011) [The authors thank Andreakis et al. (2011) for kind permission to use their data]. 22 Phylogeny, Anatomy and Physiology of Ancient Fishes tetrapod evolution, probably resulting from independent gene duplication without involving large chromosomal regions. Likewise, NOSI and NOSII, generated from a large-scale duplication event, diverged before the teleosttetrapod split.
Percid Fishes: Systematics, Ecology and Exploitation by John F. Craig