By Constanze Pietsch, Philipp Hirsch
Carp are the spine of a transforming into aquaculture undefined. They facilitate clinical growth as a version species in laboratories, reason hindrance for environment managers as an invasive species, and mesmerize anglers as giant online game. moreover, decorative koi carp fascinate pastime breeders. Biology and Ecology of Carp covers these kind of aspects of this freshwater fish.
Informative and interesting contributions from well known specialists evaluate the present nation of analysis on carp and current their unique findings. 13 cross-linked chapters supply an exhaustive but simply available treatise explorinig:
- Carp aquaculture
- Natural and synthetic reproduction
- Feeding and growth
- Ecosystem results of carp
- Effects of disorder brokers and poisonous ingredients on carp
Color illustrations and infoboxes aid readers navigate technical phrases and intricate suggestions, explaining how carp engage with their common and synthetic environments. This publication is acceptable for everybody attracted to carp―from students to anglers.
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Biology and ecology of carp by Constanze Pietsch, Philipp Hirsch