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Age, growth and feeding of anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus L.) in the Bay of Bénisaf (SW Mediterranean , west Algerian coast) ArchiMer
Bacha, Mahmoud; Amara, Rachid; Benmansour, N; Brylinski, Jean-michel; Moali, A; Mahe, Kelig.
Age, growth and feeding of anchovy were studied for the first time from samples collected in the Benisaf Bay (west Algerian coast) during summer (spawning period) and autumn (recruitment period) 2007. Age structure and growth parameters were determined by otolith (sagitta) analyses. The von Bertalanffy growth function fitted to age-length data showed that growth was almost achieved during the first year of life. Significant growth difference was recorded between males and females. Growth parameters were for females (L∞=17,46 cm, k=0,31 per year and t0= -3,46 years) and for male (L∞=16,67 cm, k= 0,35 per year and t0= -3,26 years). The parameters of the otoliths (surface, length, weight and width) were significantly correlated with age and fish length (LT)...
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Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00012/12277/9068.pdf
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Are growth and density quantitative indicators of essential fish habitat quality? An application to the common sole Solea solea nursery grounds ArchiMer
Gilliers, Camille; Le Pape, Olivier; Desaunay, Yves; Morin, Jocelyne; Guerault, Daniel; Amara, Rachid.
Bio-indicators were measured on juvenile fish to assess the quality of eight coastal and estuarine nursery grounds in the Eastern English Channel and in the Bay of Biscay during 3 years. Growth (size and otolith daily increment width), body condition (morphometric index) and abundance of juvenile common soles were analysed together with xenobiotic concentrations (heavy metals and organic contaminants). Condition indices displayed important variations and did not allow relevant estimation of environmental quality. On the contrary, growth and density indicators showed good steadiness above years but varied among sites. In spite of difficulties of interpreting these indicators on such a meso-scale approach, analyses highlighted the estuaries of Seine and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Flatfish juvenile; Essential fish habitat quality; Quantitative bio indicators.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2006/publication-2016.pdf
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Comparaison de la qualite des zones de nourriceries cotieres du littoral francais a partir de l'etude d'indices de condition mesures sur des juveniles de soles ArchiMer
Gilliers, Camille; Amara, Rachid; Bergeron, Jean-pierre; Le Pape, Olivier; Desaunay, Yves.
Coastal and estuarine ecosystems provide nursery habitat for various marine species. Habitat quality has potential effects on growth and survival of fish juveniles. As quality can not be measured directly, we have used two kind of condition indices to assess growth and nutritional status of 0-group soles juveniles : - morphometric indices - biochemical indice Biochemical indice values show that each area provides good feeding condition. Unlikely, morphometric condition factors show differences in habitat quality between eastern Channel and Bay of Biscay. Juveniles have better condition in the eastern Channel. Condition indices didn’t enable us to find any general relationship between human effects and habitat quality.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Nourriceries; Qualité; Indices de condition; Juvéniles du groupe.
Ano: 2002 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00132/24364/22505.pdf
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Directional bilateral asymmetry in otolith morphology may affect fish stock discrimination based on otolith shape analysis ArchiMer
Mahe, Kelig; Ider, Djamila; Massaro, Andrea; Hamed, Oussama; Jurado-ruzafa, Alba; Goncalves, Patricia; Anastasopoulou, Aiketerini; Jadaud, Angelique; Mytilineou, Chryssi; Elleboode, Romain; Ramdane, Zohir; Bacha, Mahmoud; Amara, Rachid; De Pontual, Helene; Ernande, Bruno.
Otolith shape analysis is an efficient fish stock identification tool. However, most applications used left and right otoliths or only one of them arbitrarily chosen without testing for biases resulting from potential directional bilateral asymmetry (DA) in otolith shape, i.e. a unimodal population-level deviation form bilateral symmetry between right and left otolith shapes. In this study, 560 bogues (Boops boops) were sampled from 11 geographical locations from the Canary Islands to the Aegean Sea and elliptical Fourier descriptors were used to describe their otoliths’ shape. First, a significant otolith DA was observed at the global scale with an average amplitude of 2.77%. However, at the scale of sampling locations, DA was not always significant and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Boops boops; Elliptical Fourier analysis; Mediterranean Sea; Side effect; Stock identification.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00468/57967/60418.pdf
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Growth and condition of juvenile sole (Solea solea L.) as indicators of habitat quality in coastal and estuarine nurseries in the Bay of Biscay with a focus on sites exposed to the Erika oil spill ArchiMer
Gilliers, Camille; Le Pape, Olivier; Desaunay, Yves; Bergeron, Jean-pierre; Schreiber, Nathalie; Guerault, Daniel; Amara, Rachid.
Indicators of growth and condition were used to compare the habitat quality of nurseries of juvenile sole (Solea solea L.) in the Bay of Biscay, based on one survey in 2000. The four biological indicators are poorly correlated with each other, suggesting that no single measure may give an adequate description of fish health and of its habitat's quality. Growth indicators showed significant differences between northern and southern areas. Juveniles from the two southernmost nurseries, the Gironde estuary and the Pertuis Antioche, displayed significant lower otolith increment widths and mean sizes. These differences were inversely related to water temperature and unrelated to genetic or age differences, and are unlikely to be due to limiting trophic...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Erika oil spill; RNA/DNA; Otolith daily increment width; Essential fish habitat.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2006/publication-3963.pdf
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Growth, feeding and distribution of the solenette Buglossidium luteum with particular reference to its habitat preference ArchiMer
Amara, Rachid; Mahe, K; Le Pape, Olivier; Desroy, N.
Growth, condition, diet and spatial distribution of the solenette Buglossidium luteum (Risso, 1810) were investigated along the coasts of the French Atlantic, eastern English Channel and Southern Bight of the North Sea. Distribution and habitat preferences of solenette were analysed in relation to physical and biological features presumed to influence fish distribution. B. luteum was patchily distributed and concentrated in shallow muddy and muddy-sand bottoms moderately influenced by estuarine waters (euhaline waters). In the studied area, solenette seemed to find habitats suitable for growth. Food availability was not assumed to be a limiting factor for solenette distribution in contrast to abiotic factors such as salinity.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Solenette; Habitat suitability; Distribution; Feeding; Growth.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2004/publication-777.pdf
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Growth performances of juvenile sole Solea solea under environmental constraints of embayed nursery areas ArchiMer
Laffargue, Pascal; Lagardere, Francoise; Rijnsdorp, Adriaan D.; Fillon, Alain; Amara, Rachid.
Les baies du golfe de Gascogne (France) hébergent des habitats où la sole, Solea solea, est le plus abondant des poissons plats. Cette étude vise à évaluer le fonctionnement des habitats pour leur rôle de nourriceries, en analysant la croissance et la condition des juvéniles de sole pendant leur première année. Les données de deux séries, 1999 et 2000, de chalutages mensuels sont comparées à celles acquises lors d'une expérience de 6 mois en mésocosme impliquant l'élevage de poissons originaires de la même nourricerie. La croissance observée est comparée à la croissance potentielle, en utilisant un modèle expérimental décrivant la croissance en fonction de la température. Les soles du groupe d'âge 0 capturées dans la nourricerie atteignent une taille...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Solea solea; Flatfish; Mesocosm experiment; Condition factor; Growth; 0 group fish; Habitat quality; Coastal nursery.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2007/publication-2928.pdf
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Metamorphosis and estuarine colonisation in the common sole, Solea solea (L.): implications for recruitment regulation ArchiMer
Amara, Rachid; Lagardere, Francoise; Desaunay, Yves; Marchand, Jocelyne.
Processes involved in both metamorphosis and settlement of young sole were studied at the population, cohort and individual level in order to evaluate their role in survival and recruitment regulation. Metamorphosis can be defined as a phase of variable duration (10 days on average) at the end of which the larval period of pelagic dissemination is completed. Size at the onset of metamorphosis is considerably less variable than age and is less plastic to environmental change. Metamorphosis is triggered by the acquisition of a competent size and a sufficient store of energy supplies, and occurs without a nutritional crisis or growth arrest. In addition, changes in organogenesis and behaviour that occur during metamorphosis seem to contribute to horizontal...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Estuarine colonisation; Critical phase; Juvenile; Larva; Solea solea; Colonisation estuarienne; Phase critique; Juvénile; Larve; Solea solea.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2000/publication-536.pdf
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Metazoan ectoparasites of two teleost fish, Boops boops (L.) and Mullus barbatus barbatus L. from Algerian coast: diversity, parasitological index and impact of parasitism ArchiMer
Ramdane, Zouhir; Trilles, Jean-paul; Mahe, Kelig; Amara, Rachid.
A total of 664 Boops Boops (Linnaeus, 1758) and 823 Mullus barbatus barbatus Linnaeus, 1758 from the east coast of Algeria were examined to study their parasitofauna. We collected eleven parasitic species (two monogeneans, three copepods, five isopods and one Branchiura) from B. boops, and four parasitic species (two copepods and two isopods) from M. barbatus barbatus. Five species were reported for the first time in Algeria. The site of attachment on the host and the degree of specificity varied according to the parasite species while the infestation rate changed according to the month and the host size. The parasitism did not show a significant negative impact on the biological parameters of the fish host.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Boops boops; Mullus barbatus barbatus; Algeria; Ectoparasites; Impact of parasitism.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00148/25901/23918.pdf
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Relationships between age, growth, diet and environmental parameters for anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus L.) in the Bay of Benisaf (SW Mediterranean, west Algerian coast) ArchiMer
Bacha, Mahmoud; Moali, Aissa; Benmansour, Nasr-eddine; Brylinski, Jean-michel; Mahe, Kelig; Amara, Rachid.
Age, growth and diet of anchovy were studied for the first time from samples collected in the Bay of Benisaf (west Algerian coast) during summer (spawning period) and autumn (recruitment period) 2007. Age structure and growth parameters were determined by otolith (sagitta) analyses. The von Bertalanffy growth function fitted to age-length data showed that most of anchovy growth is achieved during the first year of life, suggesting that this stock is primarily supported by the smallest age groups and has a strong dependence on recruitment. There were no significant differences between males and females, and pooled mean parameters were: L infinity = 15.61 cm, k = 0.75 per year and to, -1.32 years. Whatever the age-class anchovy is strictly zooplanktivorous....
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Engraulidae; Engraulis encrasicolus; MED; West Algeria; Anchovy; Growth; Age; Diet; Ontogenetic.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00011/12212/9046.pdf
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Understanding the Population Structure of the European Anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus) in the Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Northeast Atlantic Ocean by Using Otolith Shape Analysis ArchiMer
Akkus, Gizem; Jemaa, Sharif; Cemal Gucu, Ali; Marchal, Paul; Carbonara, Pierluigi; Bacha, Mahmoud; Amara, Rachid; Ernande, Bruno; Saraux, Claire; Mahe, Kelig.
European anchovy, Engraulis encrasicolus, is a small pelagic coastal marine fish largely spread from the North Sea to central Africa, including the entire Mediterranean and the Black and Azov Seas. The aim of the study is to understand the potential different population structure and their relationship between the Northeast Atlantic, Western, Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea anchovy population. The outlines of 2127 sagittal otoliths were collected from nineteen locations (English Channel, Atlantic, the Mediterranean and Black Sea), and added to existing information available from a previous study. Elliptical Fourier Analysis (EFA) was used to analyze the otolith shape variations among locations. Before examining the geographical differentiation by...
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Ano: 2018 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00436/54722/56157.pdf
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