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Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes

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Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes. / Bayley, Mark; Damsgaard, Christian; Cong, Nguyen Van; Phuong, Nguyen Thanh; Huong, Do Thi Thanh .

Aquaculture. red. / Tillmann Benfey; Anthony Farrell; Colin Brauner. Elsevier, 2020. s. 315-353 (Fish Physiology, Bind 38).

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Bayley, M, Damsgaard, C, Cong, NV, Phuong, NT & Huong, DTT 2020, Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes. i T Benfey, A Farrell & C Brauner (red), Aquaculture. Elsevier, Fish Physiology, bind 38, s. 315-353.

APA

Bayley, M., Damsgaard, C., Cong, N. V., Phuong, N. T., & Huong, D. T. T. (2020). Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes. I T. Benfey, A. Farrell, & C. Brauner (red.), Aquaculture (s. 315-353). Elsevier. Fish Physiology Bind 38

CBE

Bayley M, Damsgaard C, Cong NV, Phuong NT, Huong DTT. 2020. Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes. Benfey T, Farrell A, Brauner C, red. I Aquaculture. Elsevier. s. 315-353. (Fish Physiology, Bind 38).

MLA

Bayley, Mark o.a.. "Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes"., Benfey, Tillmann Farrell, Anthony Brauner, Colin (red.). Aquaculture. Kapitel 9, Elsevier. (Fish Physiology, Bind 38). 2020, 315-353.

Vancouver

Bayley M, Damsgaard C, Cong NV, Phuong NT, Huong DTT. Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes. I Benfey T, Farrell A, Brauner C, red., Aquaculture. Elsevier. 2020. s. 315-353. (Fish Physiology, Bind 38).

Author

Bayley, Mark ; Damsgaard, Christian ; Cong, Nguyen Van ; Phuong, Nguyen Thanh ; Huong, Do Thi Thanh . / Aquaculture of air-breathing fishes. Aquaculture. red. / Tillmann Benfey ; Anthony Farrell ; Colin Brauner. Elsevier, 2020. s. 315-353 (Fish Physiology, Bind 38).

Bibtex

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