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Breeding and growth in two populations of Alestes baremose (Joannis) (Pisces: Characidae) from the northern basin of Lake Chad.
|Series||Overseas research publication,, no. 20|
|LC Classifications||QL638.C5 H66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||74175762|
Durand's () studies of the population dynamics of Alestes baremose supported earlier suggestions that this lake had distinct populations of this species. In Citharinus citharus,first-yeargrowth was found to be very variable in the Chari-Logone; growth stopped November-March when the water temperature fell below 25°C (Benech, ). Second Bi-Ennual NARO Scientific Conference Walakira et al The decline of Alestes baremose and Hydrocynus forskahlii (Pisces) stocks in Lake Albert: Implications for sustainable management of their fisheries - Nakiyende et al The morphology and Histology of the digestive tract of Barbus altianals (Boulenger ). wild relatives and the.
Hopson, J. Breeding and growth in two populations of Alestes baremose (Joannis) (Pisces: Characidae) from the northern basin of Lake Chad. Overseas Research Publicat Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Overseas Development Administration, London. 50 pp. Huber, J.H. CHAPTER TWO PROJECT JUSTIFICATION Need for the Project Value/Benefit of the Project Envisaged Sustainability Project Setting Project Activities EIA Activities Project Alternatives. Final EIA Report. 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 February, EIA of .
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Breeding and growth in two populations of Alestes baremose (Joannis) (Pisces: Characidae) from the northern basin of Lake Chad. London, H.M. Stationery Off., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jane Hopson.
Box plots of scores of principal component 1of four populations of Alestes species from Kreima site. Value zero on the Y-axis is the grand centroid (overall mean of the components scores).
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