HISTOLOGICAL TESTS OF ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMABLE COMPLEX FISHPROTECTING FACILITY OF ELECTRIC PRINCIPLE (EP EPRCFF) IMPACT
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Abstract (English):
The data on Electronic Programmable Complex Fish-protecting facility of electric principle (EP EPRCFF) impact on gonads and gametogenesis of four abundant carp species (Cyprinidae) is given. Based on cytological and histological analysis of gonads from electro-treated fishes, an estimate of fishes’ fertility is made.

Keywords:
electric field, fish-protecting facility, fish gonads, fish gametogenesis
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