Study of factors influencing the distribution and quality of non_finfish aquatic in Shamkir and Mingechaur reservoirs of Azerbaijan
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2020 - Volume 14 Issue 1, pp. 227-232
  • Published Online: 01 Mar 2020
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Abstract

There is information about the quantitative distribution of Palaemon elegans shrimp at different stages of ontogenesis in Shamkir and Mingecheaur reservoirs. There is a General high density of shrimp in the Mingechaur reservoir, compared with Shamkir, which is explained by the large eutrophication of water. The data on the daily dynamics of the distribution of different stages of shrimp in the surface water layers of both reservoirs are presented.

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