Abramis


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[21.] Gosteeva MN (1957) Ecological and morphological characteristics of development of Aral Bream, Abramis brama orientalis (Berg).
Family Species Ecological Zoogeographic affinity origin Cyprinidae Cyprinus carpio introduced Abramis brama introduced Tampichthys ipni Primary Neartic Characidae Astyanax mexicanus Primary Neotropical Ictaluridae Ictalurus punctatus * Primary Translocated Ictalurus mexicanus Primary Neartic Cichlidae Herichthys Secondary Neotropical pantostictus * Amatitlania Secondary Translocated nigrofasciata * Oreochromis aureus introduced x O.
The prevalence of trypanosomes in bream, Abramis brama in Goslawskie and Goplo lakes.
This was measured using the scale by Abramis (1994).
Algunos estudios concluyen que los aspectos negativos de las interacciones sociales son mayores predictores de los resultados psicologicos y de salud que los aspectos positivos de estas relaciones (Abbey, Abramis y Caplan, 1985; Fiore, Becker y Copel, 1983; Rook, 1984).
This finding also validates previous research examining role ambiguity (Abramis, 1994; Glisson & Durick, 1988; Boardman & Sundquist, 2009).
Organizational play can exist in both structured and unstructured forms (Abramis, 1990) and can be valuable for both high and low-skilled forms of labor (Glynn, 1994).
The fin-ray method for age determination has been used for a wide range of freshwater and marine species such as sturgeon (Acipenser spp.), Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.), brown trout (Salmo trutta), whiter sucker (Catostomus commersoni), lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis), channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus), common carp (Cyprinus carpio), ide (Leuciscus idus), tuna (Thunnus spp.), rudd (Scardinius erythropthalmus), chub (Squalis cephalus), roach (Rutilus rutilus), bream (Abramis brama), and yellow perch (Perca fluviatilus) (Beamish 1981).
Organizational experts have identified role overload, role conflict, role ambiguity, and role responsibility as potential origins of this stress (Abramis, 1994; Jackson & Schuler, 1985).
Research involving these constructs has culminated in three meta-analytic reviews (Abramis, 1994; Fisher & Gitelson, 1983; Jackson & Schuler, 1985).
What better way to get along with customers than humour," says David Abramis, psychologist at California State University, Long Beach.
1955: Finding of Danubian roach (Rutilus pigus virgo Heckel) and pearl bream (Abramis sapa Pallas) in the River Dyje.