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the residual dynamic of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and organochlorine pesticides in fishponds of the pearl river delta, south china.hong kong and south china are the most developed regions within china. the industrialization in these areas has resulted in severe environmental problems. sediment and biotic samples including tilapia (oreochromis mossambicus), bighead carp (aristichthys nobilis), grass carp (ctenopharyngodon idellus), crucian carp (carassius auratus) and mandarin fish/fresh water grouper (siniperca chuatsi) were collected from different fishponds in the pearl river delta (tanzhou, sanjiao, guangzhou, shipai, ch ...200515899281
distribution of ligulid tapeworms in china.a survey of ligulid tapeworms carried out from 1979 through 1985 covered 29 provinces and autonomous regions in china. of the 25,800 fishes of 219 species that were dissected, fishes of 43 species were found to serve as second intermediate hosts. these tapeworms inflict heavy losses on freshwater commercial fisheries. their distribution indicates 3 distinct major zones: the qing zang gaoyuan is dominated by ligula; the rest of china, with the exception of a crescent area in guangdong province bo ...19873572664
monitoring and assessment of heavy metal contamination in a constructed wetland in shaoguan (guangdong province, china): bioaccumulation of pb, zn, cu and cd in aquatic and terrestrial components.the objective of this study is to evaluate the current status of heavy metal concentrations in constructed wetland, shaoguan (guangdong, china). sediments, three wetland plants (typha latifolia, phragmites australis, and cyperus malaccensis), and six freshwater fish species [carassius auratus (goldfish), cirrhinus molitorella (mud carp), ctenopharyngodon idellus (grass carp), cyprinus carpio (wild common carp), nicholsicypris normalis (mandarin fish), sarcocheilichthys kiangsiensis (minnows)] in ...201727164879
parasitism of argulus japonicus in cultured and wild fish of guangdong, china with new record of three hosts.this study aimed to demonstrate the ability of argulus japonicus to infect a wide range of freshwater fishes, as well as to understand the effects of fish origin and host body size on the incidence of a. japonicus. samples of cultured and wild fish were collected randomly from july 2010 to march 2013, using angling, long-lining, gill-netting, and trapping from rivers and fish farms in guangdong province, south china. eight fish species were found to be heavily infected including the common carp, ...201424297692
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