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The activity of antioxidant enzymes [superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GPx), catalase (CAT) and glutathione‐S‐transferase (GST)] in the liver and gills of tench (Tinca tinca L.) from distinct habitats were studied. Fish were collected in the same season from three different...
The effects of angling on oxidative/antioxidant systems in tench (Tinca tinca) were tested to determine oxidative stress. A total of 50 tench (1‐year‐old, 16 cm TL) were captured in a 1800 m2 pond and transferred to an aerated tank for sampling (n = 5) 3 h later. Forty‐five of the tench were...
The ploidy level of 10 diploid and 10 induced triploid tench, Tinca tinca, was verified using flow cytometry to determine relative DNA content of DAPI‐stained erythrocyte nuclei. The C‐value (haploid nuclear DNA content; pgDNA nucleus−1) of these same individuals was determined by means of...
The authors' previous PCR‐RFLP studies on ND1, ND6, cyt b and D‐loop segments of mtDNA in tench revealed the existence of nine composite haplotypes, named H1‐H9. As cyt b is the only mtDNA segment whose variability has been widely studied in tench, the same four segments were sequenced in 29...
Tench, Tinca tinca L., has a growth hormone (GH) gene of 1758–1763 bp in length with at least 13 different haplotypes and 14 polymorphic sites (PS). Fragment length analysis at PS 1 and 7 with indels, and PCR‐RFLP analysis at PS 5 and 13 with single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) distinguish...
Embryonic and larval development of the tench, Tinca tinca, is described, along with the origin and migration routes of germ cell lineage. Primordial germ cells (PGCs) potentially transmit genetic information to the next generation, and represent a powerful tool for creating a germ‐line chimera...
Two 120‐day experiments with 5‐month‐old juvenile tench (Tinca tinca L.) were conducted to evaluate different photoperiod conditions. In the first experiment, juveniles were exposed to natural winter photoperiod (ca. 11 h light: 13 h dark), continuous light or continuous darkness. In the second...
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