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Mersin University Journal of The Faculty of Education began to be published in 2005. It has been issued in three volumes (April, August and December) a year since 2012. The articles can be issued in Turkish or English in the Journal. All the volumes can be accessed online (from Archive).

Because essential fatty acids have an important role in human health, there is a growing interest in fatty acids profile and nutritional quality of fish, originating from both marine and freshwater resources. This research was performed to determine the seasonal changes in nutritional quality, fatty acids composition and energy contents of Prussian carp inhabiting in Lake Çıldır, Turkey. Fatty ...

SUBJECT: carassius gibelio; fatty acids; epa; lipid quality indexes; dha

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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The present study was performed to investigate the influence of fish oil (FO) and cod liver oil (CLO) as the dietary lipid sources on the growth performance, feed utilization and fatty acid (FA) composition of Oreochromis niloticus. two isonitrogenous (38% crude protein), isocaloric (18.9 MJ GE/kg) diets containing 6% of added fat from the lipid sources were formulated and used. Each diet was ...

SUBJECT: fatty acid composition; growth oil; oreochromis niloticus; epa/dha; fish oil

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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In this review current situation and the development of the seafood processing sector in some selected Mediterranean countries will be given. To give an idea of the scale of the trade, better to mention the amount of fish consumption rates of the countries. European Mediterranean countries consume almost 7.5 million tonnes of seafood each year, these countries just produce 2.75 million tonnes ...

SUBJECT: seafood; canned fish; trade; exports; consumption

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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The most important fishing rule implemented in Turkish lagoon fishery is distance between the reeds (stick) of the barrier traps should not be less than 3 cm. Based on this arrangement, usually 3 cm bar spacing reeds and sometimes 3 cm square mesh wires are used in lagoon barrier traps. The body shape of fish may be the most important factor necessary to understand the consequences of changes ...

SUBJECT: coastal lagoon; openness; aegean sea; fish morphology; barrier trap

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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In the last four decades the Black Sea has suffered important changes induced by human activities. Some 162 million people live in the catchment area of the Black Sea and they make extraordinary demands on its resources. Waste from towns and cities, farms and factories pours into the Black Sea; some comes directly from the coast, but most flows relentlessly from the region's major rivers, Rive ...

SUBJECT: heavy metals; marine strategy framework directive; pollution; black sea

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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The biochemical composition in wild long-snouted female and male individuals of Hippocampus guttulatus was investigated in Southeastern Black Sea. PUFA were the most important fatty acids in males (40%) and in females (41%). The main components of PUFA were DHA (20-22%) and EPA (9-11%). DHA was the most abundant fatty acids in H. guttulatus. Cholesterol was the most important sterol in the mal ...

SUBJECT: α- tocopherol; fatty acids; sterol; seahorses; southeastern black sea

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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An immature specimen of the blackmouth catshark, Galeus melastomus Rafinesque, 1810, was caught by a bottom trawl in the international waters of the Mersin Bay in May 2018. (Coordinates: 36.24853N-34.36491E, 36.18839N-43.38847E, 36.17065N-34.40686E, and 36.07227N-34.53326E). This specimen was preserved in 4% formalin and was deposited in the Museum of the Systematic, Faculty of Fisheries, Mers ...

SUBJECT: deep-sea; turkey; galeus melastomus; blackmouth catshark; mersin bay

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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A male specimen of the slender snipe eel, Nemichthys scolopaceus (Richardson, 1848), was caught by a trawl in the North-Eastern Mediterranean (Büyükeceli coast) on 04 February 2018. The present paper reported the first record of N. scolopaceus from the Büyükeceli coast and fifth record from the Turkish coastal waters. Besides, it was reported that for the first time an adult male individual of ...

SUBJECT: büyükeceli coast; nemichthys scolopaceus; slender snipe eel; north-eastern mediterranean sea

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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Rugulopteryx okamurae , a brown alga native to the temperate western Pacific Ocean, was discovered for the first time in the Mediterranean Sea in 2002, in the Thau Lagoon (France). A new population of R. okamurae was discovered in Belyounech Beach with the observation of some specimens fixed near the harbour of Tanger (Strait of Gibraltar-Morocco). As well, the remarkable record of this alga s ...

SUBJECT: morocco; rugulopteryx okamurae; alboran sea; strait of gibraltar; brown alga

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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In this study the sensory criteria and chemical analysis of catfish marinades in tomato sauce and oil was investigated. After the marination process catfish fillets were packed in airproof plastic containers; one being plain (Group A: sun flower oil) and the other being sauced (Group B: sunflower oil and tomato sauce). Then, they were stored in +4 °C for 200 days. During storage, sensory and c ...

SUBJECT: tomato sauce; clarias gariepinus; marinated fish; african catfish; quality

POSTED TO: Mediterranean Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

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