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The effects of life history parameters on the reproductive potential of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) populations

Tanya Vinodrai Trivedi

The effects of life history parameters on the reproductive potential of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) populations

by Tanya Vinodrai Trivedi

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 2000.

SeriesCanadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches : negative. --
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19887482M
ISBN 100612542106
OCLC/WorldCa50790207

Start studying Perch - Reproductive System. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.   Hokanson, K. & Kleiner, C. F. Effects of constant and rising temperatures on survival and developmental rates of embryonic and larval yellow perch, Perca flavescens (Mitchill). in The Early Life Cited by:

the yellow perch diet throughout their life, but adult yellow perch mainly eat larger insects and other fishes. Chapter 2: Basic Biology and Life History Figure Yellow perch eggs are released in long gelatinous rib-bons and attach to structures in the water (photo by Bill Manci). The Effects of Synthetic Estrogen Exposure on the Sexually Dimorphic Liver Transcriptome of the Sex-Role-Reversed Gulf Pipefish. , yellow perch, and turbot show processed and packaged in the eggs. In sex-role-reversed species, females typically have greater potential reproductive rates than males, which can result in pre- and Cited by: 7.

A. Patterson, The importance of parentage in assessing temperature effects on fish early life history: a review of the experimental literature, Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 21, 3, Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Yellow perch larval survival studies and the potential effects of an ash storage facility in the Zekiah Swamp watershed, Wicomico River, Maryland}, author = {Buron, W.H. and Pinkney, A.E. and Gurley, J.}, abstractNote = {Bioassay studies were conducted to determine if leachate from a coal ash depository was a potential factor in reducing abundance of yellow.


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The effects of life history parameters on the reproductive potential of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) populations by Tanya Vinodrai Trivedi Download PDF EPUB FB2

The effects of life history parameters on the reproductive potential of yellow perch (Percnflavescens) populations Tany Vinodrai Trivedi. A thesis submittrd in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Master of Science Graduate Department of : Tanya Vinodrai Trivedi.

Parasite effects on the survival, growth, and reproductive potential of yellow perch (Perca flavescens Mitchill) in Canadian Shield lakes February Canadian Journal of Zoology 79(11) PDF | On Jan 1,C.

Chu and others published Life history parameters of Great Lakes populations of lake trout, lake whitefish, bloater, walleye, and yellow perch |. Testing effect of DOC on life history parameters. Linear regression models were used to test for effects of DOC concentration on life history parameters, and other potentially confounding lake characteristics.

We included a random lake effect when the dependent variable was observed at the level of individual by: 7. Effects of temperature on life history variables in perch.

The Evolution of Life History Parameters in Teleosts Beyond °C∙d−1 age-0 yellow perch. A bioenergetic life history simulation model was applied to identify components of the walleye (Stezostedion vitrium) life history that had a potential for population model combined a predator-prey model, a bioenergetic growth model, a relation between mortality and size, and the exponential mortality model to produce a feedback relation among abundance, Cited by: Given a set of age-specific fecundities and survivals for the Hudson River striped bass resulting in an equilibrium population, the effects of simulated increases in mortality of 2, 5, 10, and 20% on five young-of-the-year life stages, taken alone and in various combinations, are examined in terms of several population parameters defined for.

Moreover, life history traits determining reproductive potential will not vary independently. Life history theory implying trade-offs between reproduction, growth, and survival indicates that variations in a single reproductive trait will involve some changes in other reproductive traits (Roff,Shuter et al.,Stearns, ).

Human Cited by: perch and spottail shiners preyed on walleye eggs but did not assess effects on overall wall- eye recruitment. W olfert et al. () found that yellow perch, spottail shiners, stonecat, and.

Life-history "strategy" refers to combination of traits that are often inter-correlated (e.g., high survival & low reproductive effort) Some relevant traits: 1) Maximum age & age-specific pattern of survival 2) Age at reproduction, mode (sexual vs. asexual), & sex change 3) Number of reproductive efforts per lifetime.

The yellow perch (Perca flavescens), commonly referred to as perch, striped perch or American perch is a freshwater perciform fish native to much of North yellow perch was described in by Samuel Latham Mitchill from New York. It is closely related, and morphologically similar to the European perch (Perca fluviatilis); and is sometimes considered Family: Percidae.

This study examined drivers of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) growth in lakes near the northern limit of the northeast Alberta lakes were surveyed in and In the initial survey, the three lakes displayed the full range of perch growth from high density, stunted fish (~10, fish/ha, 15 cm), to a low density population that grew to trophy Cited by: 1.

According to Heibo et al., the maximum reproductive life span, that is, higher longevity increases with latitude in perch, but reproductive investment (measured as relative gonad mass) in each spawning season decreases with latitude.

Such life‐history strategy is beneficial, if mortality is low, that is, reproductive life span of both sexes Cited by: 6. Yellow perch is an iteroparous species that exhibits life history traits and trade-offs similar to those of many exploited freshwater and marine species (e.g., determinate spawning, no parental.

We evaluated triploidy induction as a means to sterilize yellow perch (Perca flavescens) and reduce the diminution of growth associated with the onset of sexual ent of perch eggs with heat shocks (28–30°C, for durations of 10–25 min, beginning at 2–5 min post-fertilization) or hydrostatic pressure shocks ( or 11 psi, for durations of 8 or 12 min, Cited by: Ellersten, B., Fossum, P., Solemdal, P.

et al. () The effect of biological and physical factors on the survival of Arcto-Norwegian cod and the influence on recruitment variability, in The Effects of Oceanographic Conditions on Distribution and Population Dynamics of Commercial Fish Stocks in the Barents Sea: Proceedings of the Third Soviet-Norwegian Symposium, Murmansk, Cited by: ).

By comparison, information on the reproductive potential of the similar European perch (Perea fluviatilis) is much more extensive (Thorpe ). Study Sites Yellow perch, with growth patterns ranging from very slow to very fast, were collected from natural and.

A comprehensive approach was designed to evaluate the potential cumulative effects of these stressors in situ on yellow perch using phenotypic endpoints, RNA-seq and qPCR assays to further validate sequencing data.

Biochemical biomarkers were subsequently identified based on transcriptomic results. and potential differences between the sexes in energetic parameters. Key-words: sexual dimorphism, activity, consumption, reproductive investment, walleye, yellow perch.

Introduction Sexual dimorphism is common in nature, and is thought to arise from differential selection of the sexes (Darwin ). IfCited by: Understanding changes in life history parameters and population dynamics of a species across a wide range of latitudes coupled with knowledge about how metabolism may change in responses to increases in temperature may provide a ‘window' to forecast the consequences of global climate change on the population dynamics of fishes (Houghton et al Cited by:.

Dwarf individuals are observed in many species of freshwater fish. This paper studies the potential causes of such stunted growth. We present a model which describes the effect of growth conditions on the age- and size-structure of fish populations.

The model parameters are chosen to characterize a Eurasian perch population. Two possible causes of Cited by: YELLOW PERCH LIFE HISTORY TRAITS cundity, but standardized calculations were im-possible.

Our first set of analyses, therefore, fo-cused on predicting life history traits in these lakes from other life history data collected on the pop-ulation. Growth rate.—Given that all yellow perch are roughly the same length at hatch, measuring size.The aim of the study was to determine the effects of photoperiod regimes under natural temperature conditions on reproductive performances (gametogenesis, spawning quality) in Eurasian perch Perca.