Utolsó frissítés: 2024 július 10.

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Stanivuk et al.: The rank of intensification factors strength in intensive pond production of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.). Aquaculture, 583, 740584.
Nynca et al.: Early postovulatory aging reveals the first proteomic markers of egg quality in pikeperch. Aquaculture, 741270.
Kucska et al.: Removal of dead fish eggs by Asellus aquaticus as a potential biological control in aquaculture. Scientific Reports, 14(1), 7295.
Soh et al.: The intestinal digesta microbiota of tropical marine fish is largely uncultured and distinct from surrounding water microbiota. npj Biofilms and Microbiomes, 10(1), 11.

Fodor et al: The reference genome of Macropodus opercularis (the paradise fish). Scientific data, 11(1), 540.

Nagy et al.: Comparative study on the gamete quality, artificial propagation and larval development of common goldfish, shubunkin, black moor, and oranda variants of goldfish (Carassius auratus). Aquaculture, 582, 740502.
Prikler et al.: Detection of microplastics in zebrafish housing systems: can microplastic background contamination affect the final results of microplastic-related toxicological tests?. Aquatic Toxicology, 107020.
Tóth et al.: In vivo estrogenicity of glyphosate, its formulations, and AMPA on transgenic zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos. Environmental Pollution, 342, 123113.
Fazekas et al.: Acute effects of angler’s groundbaits: nutrient flux to water column. Scientific Reports, 13(1), 17691.
Gál et al.: Road crossings change functional diversity and trait composition of stream-dwelling macroinvertebrate assemblages. Scientific Reports, 13(1), 20698.
Liu et al.: Does microplastic analysis method affect our understanding of microplastics in the environment?. Science of the Total Environment, 902, 166513.
King et al.: Somatic mutations in facial skin from countries of contrasting skin cancer risk. Nature Genetics, 55(9), 1440-1447.
Svigruha et al.: Presence, variation, and potential ecological impact of microplastics in the largest shallow lake of Central Europe. Science of the Total Environment, 883, 163537.
Ljubobratović et al.: Predicting population's oocyte maturation competence and evaluating individual's latency time using in vitro oocyte maturation in pikeperch (Sander lucioperca). AQUACULTURE Volume 562, 15 January 2023, 738851
Balogh et al.: Validation of a male-specific DNA marker confirms XX/XY-type sex determination in several Hungarian strains of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus). Theriogenology, 205, 106-113.
Bláha et al.: Phylogeographic patterns of genetic diversity in Pontastacus leptodactylus (Decapoda: Astacidae): is the hypothesis of the taxonomically rich genus Pontastacus true?. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, zlad025.
Lujić et al.: Vitrification of the ovarian tissue in sturgeons. Theriogenology, 196, 18-24.
Nazarizadeh et al.: Historical dispersal and host-switching formed the evolutionary history of a globally distributed multi-host parasite–The Ligula intestinalis species complex. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 180, 107677.
Shen et al.: Mapping of a major QTL for increased robustness and detection of genome assembly errors in Asian seabass (Lates calcarifer). BMC genomics, 24(1), 449.
Szabó et al.: Evaluation of the efficacy of acetone-dried common carp pituitary during induced breeding of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) after an extremely long-term storage. Aquaculture Reports, 33, 101762.
Táncsics et al.: Combined Omics Approach Reveals Key Differences between Aerobic and Microaerobic Xylene-Degrading Enrichment Bacterial Communities: Rhodoferax─ A Hitherto Unknown Player Emerges from the Microbial Dark Matter. Environmental Science & Technology, 57(7), 2846-2855.
Wilms et al.: Glyphosate versus glyphosate based ionic liquids: Effect of cation on glyphosate biodegradation, soxA and phnJ genes abundance and microbial populations changes during soil bioaugmentation. Chemosphere, 316, 137717.
Kondor et al.: Pharmaceuticals in water and sediment of small streams under the pressure of urbanization: Concentrations, interactions, and risks. Science of The Total Environment 808, Paper: 152160.
Bernáth et al.: The effect of two different experimental rearing temperatures on the quality and the large-scale cryopreservation of Eurasian perch (Perca fluviatilis) sperm. THERIOGENOLOGY 185 pp. 127-133. , 7 p.

Csenki et al.: Microinjection based zebrafish embryo test for the detection of estrogenic substances in slurry based irrigation water and its combined application with yeast estrogen screen. AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT 272 Paper: 107830 , 11 p.
Annus et al.: Bloom syndrome helicase contributes to germ line development and longevity in zebrafish. CELL DEATH & DISEASE 13: Art. No. 363 doi: 10.1038/s41419-022-04815-8
Kumar et al.: Does nutritional history impact on future performance and utilization of plant based diet in common carp? AQUACULTURE, Volume 551, 30 March 2022, 737935
Tóth et al.: Insights into mitochondrial DNA variation of common carp Cyprinus carpio strains in the Centre of Carpathian Basin. AQUACULTURE, Volume 554, 30 May 2022, 738116
Háhn et al.: Glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides (GBHs) induce phenotypic imipenem resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 12,18258
Quyến et al.: Model experiment for practical application of inseminated sperm method for production of interspecific hybrids (Clarias gariepinus× Heterobranchus longifilis). Aquaculture Reports, 27, 101418.
Ljubobratović et al.: Can artificial reproduction strategies (hormonal type and dose/thermal regime) affect gamete quality in indoor-reared pikeperch (Sander lucioperca)? AQUACULTURE REPORTS 23 p. 101032 Paper: 101032
Pataki et al.: Adjustment of common carp sperm concentration prior to cryopreservation: Does it matter? AQUACULTURE REPORTS 24 p. 101109 Paper: 101109
Nagy et al.: Case study on the aptness of in-pond raceways for pikeperch, Sander lucioperca, grow-out. AQUACULTURE REPORTS, Volume 27, December 2022, 101356
Kucska et al.: The effects of different hormone administration methods on propagation successes in African catfish (Clarias gariepinus). AQUACULTURE REPORTS 26, 101311
Korzekwa et al.: Bacterial survey of skin ulcers in Anguilla anguilla L. females during artificial maturation under controlled conditions. AQUACULTURE REPORTS, 25 (2022), 101259
Marinović et al.: Evaluation of triploid rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss as a surrogate parent for brown trout Salmo trutta m. fario and grayling Thymallus thymallus. AQUACULTURE REPORTS 24 p. 101163
Bordós et al.: Validation of pressurized fractionated filtration microplastic sampling in controlled test environment. Water Research Vol. 189: 116572. (IF: 11.24)
Magyar et al.: Impact of global megatrends on the spread of microscopic fungi in the Pannonian Biogeographical Region. Fungal Biology Reviews, 37: 77-88. (IF: 5.14)
Ivanovics et al.: Embryonic exposure to low concentrations of aflatoxin B1 triggers global transcriptomic changes, defective yolk lipid mobilization, abnormal gastrointestinal tract development and inflammation in zebrafish. 416 p. 125788 Paper: 125788 (IF: 10.59)
Mári et al.: Validation of microplastic sample preparation method for freshwater samples. Water Research, 202: 117409. (IF: 11.24)
Mozsár et al.: Only one can remain? Environmental and spatial factors influencing habitat partitioning among invasive and native crayfishes in the Pannonian Ecoregion (Hungary). Science of the Total Environment, 770: 145240. (IF: 6.55)
Guo et al.: The effects of the herbicides terbuthylazine and metazachlor at environmental concentration on the burrowing behaviour of red swamp crayfish. Chemosphere 270: 128656. (IF: 5.78)
Novak et al.: Deregulation of whole-transcriptome gene expression in zebrafish (Danio rerio) after chronic exposure to low doses of imatinib mesylate in a complete life cycle study. Chemosphere 263: 128097. (IF: 5.78)
Takács et al.: Increased spatial resolution of sampling in the Carpathian Basin helps to understand the phylogeny of Central European stream-dwelling gudgeons. BMC Zoology 6:1 Paper: 3 , 11p (IF: 2.12)
Vesely et al.: Trophic niches of three sympatric invasive crayfish of EU concern. Hydrobiologia, 848: 727-737. (IF: 2.39)
Vilizzi et al.: A global-scale screening of non-native aquatic organisms to identify potentially invasive species under current and future climate conditions. Science of the Total Environment, 788: 147868. (IF: 9.96)
Maiakovska et al.: Genome analysis of the monoclonal marbled crayfish reveals genetic separation over a short evolutionary timescale. Communication Biology 4, 74. (IF: 12.12 )
Koh et al.: Oxygen-Mediated Control of the Keratinocyte Proliferation-Differentiation Axis. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 140(1): 235-238 (IF: 8.55)
Valdivieso et al.: Exposure of zebrafish to elevated temperature induces sex ratio shifts and alterations in the testicular epigenome of unexposed offspring. Environmental Research 186: 109601 (IF: 5.72)
Varga et al.: Long-term dynamic simulation of environmental impacts on ecosystem-based pond aquaculture. Environmental Modelling & Software, Paper: 104755. (IF: 5.29)
Gál et al.: The effects of road crossings on stream macro-invertebrate diversity. 29/3: 729-745. (IF: 3.14)
Tóth et al.: Cytotoxicity and hormonal activity of glyphosate-based herbicides. 115027. (IF: 8.07)
Kao et al.: Effects of climate and land-use changes on fish catches across lakes at a global scale. 11: 1 Paper: 2526 (IF: 11.88)
Kondor et al.: Occurrence of pharmaceuticals in the Danube and drinking water wells: efficiency of riverbank filtration. 265 Paper: 114893, 12 p. (IF: 5.71)
Maiakovska et al.: Genome analysis of the monoclonal marbled crayfish reveals genetic separation over a short evolutionary timescale. Communication Biology 4(1): 74 (IF: 12.12)
Toomey et al.: Comparison of single- and multi-trait approaches to identify best wild candidates for aquaculture shows that the simple way fails. Scientific Reports, 10(1): 11564. (IF:4.01)
Faisal et al.: Protective effects of beta-cyclodextrins vs. zearalenone-induced toxicity in HeLa cells and Tg(vtg1:mCherry) zebrafish embryos. (240) 124948 (IF:5.78)
Mozsár et al.: Organismal stoichiometry at the temporal scale: Seasonal variability shapes interspecific differences in fish. Freshwater Biology 64: (1) 244-254. (IF: 3.84)
Popp et al.: Multifunctionality of pond fish farms in the opinion of the farm managers: the case of Hungary. Reviews in Aquaculture 11(3): 830-847. (IF: 7.86)
Yang et al.: A quick condition adaptive soft sensor model with dual scale structure for dissolved oxygen simulation of recirculation aquaculture system. Computers And Electronics In Agriculture 162 pp. 807-824. 18 p. (IF: 4.02)
Bordós et al.: Identification of microplastics in fish ponds and natural freshwater environments of the Carpathian basin, Europe. Chemosphere, vol. 216, pp. 110–116. (IF: 5.11)
Herranz-Jusdado et al.: Eel sperm cryopreservation: An overview. Theriogenology 133 pp. 210-215. 6 p. (IF: 2.14)
Bakos et al.: Estrogen sensitive liver transgenic zebrafish (Danio rerio) line (Tg(vtg1:mCherry)) suitable for the direct detection of estrogenicity in environmental samples. Aquatic Toxicology 208 pp. 157-167, 11 p. (IF: 4.34)
Parvulescu et al.: A journey on plate tectonics sheds light on European crayfish phylogeography. Ecology and Evolution 9(4): 1957-1971. (IF: 2.39)
Marinović et al.: Preservation of zebrafish genetic resources through testis cryopreservation and spermatogonia transplantation. Scientific Reports 9:13861 (IF: 4.0)
Müller et al.: Artificial insemination of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) using cryopreserved sperm. Theriogenology 123:145-150 (IF: 2.3)
Sandric et al.: Integrating catchment land cover data to remotely assess freshwater quality: a step forward in heterogeneity analysis of river networks. Aquatic Science Paper 81:26 (IF: 2.4)
Csenki et al.: Biological evaluation of microbial toxin degradation by microinjected zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos. Chemosphere, vol. 227, pp. 151–161. (IF: 5.1)
Saju et al.: Heat shock factor 5 is essential for spermatogenesis in zebrafish. Cell Reports 25(12): 3252-3261.E4 (IF: 7.81)
Müller et al.: Testing cryopreserved European eel sperm for hybridization (A. japonica × A. anguilla). Theriogenology 113:153-158 (IF: 2.3)
Táncsics et al.: Stable isotope probing of hypoxic toluene degradation at the Siklós aquifer reveals prominent role of Rhodocyclaceae. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 94:fiy088 (IF: 4.1)
Asturiano et al.: Progress, challenges and perspectives on fish gamete cryopreservation: A mini-review. General and Comparative Endocrinology 245:69-76 (IF: 2.59)
Badowski et al.: Modeling the structure of keratin 1 and 10 terminal domains and their misassembly in keratoderma. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 137(9): 1914-1923 (IF: 6.45)
Farkas et al.: Interspecies comparison of selected pollution biomarkers in dreissenid spp. inhabiting pristine and moderately polluted sites. Science of the Total Environment 599–600: 760-770 (IF: 4.9)
Kása et al.: Development of sperm vitrification protocols for freshwater fish (Eurasian perch, Perca fluviatilis) and marine fish (European eel, Anguilla anguilla) General and Comparative Endocrinology 245:102-107 (IF:2.59)
Marinović et al.: Cryosurvival of isolated testicular cells and testicular tissue of tench Tinca tinca and goldfish Carassius auratus following slow-rate freezing. General and Comparative Endocrinology 245:77-83 (IF: 2.59)
Ribas et al.: Heat-induced masculinization in domesticated zebrafish is family-specific and yields a set of gonadal transcriptomes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 114(6): E941-E950 (IF: 9.5)
Prettl et al.: Biological degradation of aflatoxin B 1 by a Rhodococcus pyridinivorans strain in by-product of bioethanol. Animal Feed Science and Technology (224) 104-114 (IF: 1.71)
Tóth et al.: Cloning, Expression and Biochemical Characterization of Endomannanases from Thermobifida Species Isolated from Different Niches. PLOS ONE 11:(5) e0155769. 17 p. (IF: 2.81)
Bernáth et al.: Improvement of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) sperm cryopreservation using a programable freezer. General and Comparative Endocrinology 237 pp. 78-88. (IF: 2.59)
Bian et al.: The Asian arowana (Scleropages formosus) genome provides new insights into the evolution of an early lineage of teleosts. Scientific Reports 6: 24501 (IF: 4.26)
Li et al.: A chromosome-level genome assembly of the Asian arowana, Scleropages formosus. Scientific Data 3: 160105 (IF: 4.84)
Shen et al.: BAC-pool sequencing and analysis confirms growth-associated QTLs in the Asian seabass genome. Scientific Reports 6: 36647 (IF: 4.26)
Takács et al.: Repeatability, Reproducibility, Separative Power and Subjectivity of Different Fish Morphometric Analysis Methods. PLOS ONE, vol. 11, no. 6 (IF: 2.81)
Vij et al.: Chromosomal-level assembly of the Asian seabass genome using long sequence reads and multi-layered scaffolding. PLoS Genetics 12(4): e1005954 (IF: 6.1)
Zhong et al.: Germline NLRP1 Mutations Cause Skin Inflammatory and Cancer Susceptibility Syndromes via Inflammasome Activation. Cell 167(1): 187-202 (IF: 29.0)
Kovacs et al.: Assessment of toxicity and genotoxicity of low doses of 5-fluorouracil in zebrafish (Danio rerio) two-generation study. Water Research 77:201-212 (IF: 5.99)
Ngoh et al.: Nutrigenomic and nutritional analysis reveals the effects of pelleted feeds on Asian seabass (Lates calcarifer). PLoS ONE 10(12): e0145456 (IF: 3.23)
Tzung et al.: Early depletion of primordial germ cells in the zebrafish promotes testis formation. Stem Cell Reports 4: 61-73 (IF: 7.02)
Vehovszky et al.: Neonicotinoid insecticides inhibit cholinergic neurotransmission in a molluscan (Lymnaea stagnalis) nervous system. Aquatic Toxicology 167: pp. 172-179. (IF: 3.56)


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Káldy et al: Unidirectional hybridization between American paddlefish Polyodon spathula (Walbaum, 1792) and sterlet Acipenser ruthenus (Linnaeus, 1758). PeerJ, 12, e16717.
Szabó et al.: Long-term study of the bacterial colonization of polypropylene microplastics in a freshwater lake by optical and molecular methods. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 393, 123637.
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Szabó et al.: Slaughterhouse Visual and Palpation Method for Estimating the Economic Damage of Porcine Proliferative Enteropathy (PPE). Animals, 13(3), 542.
Péter et al.: Nursing of Pike-Perch (Sander lucioperca) in Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) Provides Growth Advantage in Juvenile Growth Phase. Animals, 13(3), 347.
Sharma et al.: Estimating Reed Bed Cover in Hungarian Fish Ponds Using NDVI-Based Remote Sensing Technique. Water, 15(8), 1554.
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