Yıl: 2007 Cilt: 7 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 33 - 36 Metin Dili: İngilizce İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey

Öz:
Length-weight relationships are described for ten important demersal and pelagic fish species caught with bottom trawl: Merlangius merlangus, Mullus barbatus, Gobius niger, Alosa pontica, Spicara smaris, Scorpaena porcus, and midwater trawl: Engraulis encrasicolus, Sprattus sprattus, Trachurus trachurus, Pomatomus saltatrix from the Middle Black Sea. The samples sizes, minimum and maximum lengths and weights, length-weights relationships, ±95% CI of b, r2, growth type, and statistical analysis of the relationship between the sexes are summarized.
Anahtar Kelime: fishing Black Sea Turkey Pomatomus saltatrix catch composition trawling body length Engraulis encrasicolus Sprattus sprattus Merlangius merlangus Scorpaena porcus weight Alosa pontica Spicara smaris Gobius niger Trachurus trachurus

Konular: Balıkçılık Zooloji
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APA KALAYCI F, SAMSUN N, Bilgin S, Samsun O (2007). Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. , 33 - 36.
Chicago KALAYCI Ferhat,SAMSUN Necati,Bilgin Sabri,Samsun Osman Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. (2007): 33 - 36.
MLA KALAYCI Ferhat,SAMSUN Necati,Bilgin Sabri,Samsun Osman Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. , 2007, ss.33 - 36.
AMA KALAYCI F,SAMSUN N,Bilgin S,Samsun O Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. . 2007; 33 - 36.
Vancouver KALAYCI F,SAMSUN N,Bilgin S,Samsun O Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. . 2007; 33 - 36.
IEEE KALAYCI F,SAMSUN N,Bilgin S,Samsun O "Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey." , ss.33 - 36, 2007.
ISNAD KALAYCI, Ferhat vd. "Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey". (2007), 33-36.
APA KALAYCI F, SAMSUN N, Bilgin S, Samsun O (2007). Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 7(1), 33 - 36.
Chicago KALAYCI Ferhat,SAMSUN Necati,Bilgin Sabri,Samsun Osman Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 7, no.1 (2007): 33 - 36.
MLA KALAYCI Ferhat,SAMSUN Necati,Bilgin Sabri,Samsun Osman Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, vol.7, no.1, 2007, ss.33 - 36.
AMA KALAYCI F,SAMSUN N,Bilgin S,Samsun O Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2007; 7(1): 33 - 36.
Vancouver KALAYCI F,SAMSUN N,Bilgin S,Samsun O Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2007; 7(1): 33 - 36.
IEEE KALAYCI F,SAMSUN N,Bilgin S,Samsun O "Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey." Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 7, ss.33 - 36, 2007.
ISNAD KALAYCI, Ferhat vd. "Length-Weight relationship of 10 fish species caught by bottom trawl and midwater trawl from the Middle Black Sea, Turkey". Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 7/1 (2007), 33-36.