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Articles by Abdolali Movahedinia
Total Records ( 2 ) for Abdolali Movahedinia
  Abdolali Movahedinia , Behrooz Abtahi and Mahmood Bahmani
  The present study, considered histopathological changes in the two fish species, Persian sturgeon Acipenser persicus and Stellate sturgeon Acipenser stellatus. The aim was to describe the different gill tissue changes in these two species of sturgeons. The prepared sections of gill were stained with haematoxylin and eosin (HE) and observed under a light microscope. According to the results of this case study, the important histological lesions observed in the gills of sturgeons were: (1) hyperplasia of secondary lamellar epithelium (2) epithelial lifting of secondary lamellae (3) leukocyte infiltration (4) hypertrophy of the respiratory epithelium (5) fusion of adjacent secondary lamellae and (6) lamellar aneurysm. Hyperplasia of secondary lamellar epithelium was the most frequent gill lesion and fusion of adjacent secondary lamellae as a result of hyperplasia, proliferation of epithelial cells or epithelial lifting and in some cases hypertrophy was the second frequent gill lesion.
  Huseyn Khayyami , Hossein Zolgharnein , Negin Salamat and Abdolali Movahedinia
  Morphological Variability of Liza klunzingeri (Day, 1888) were studied using traditional morphometric measurements in 25 morphological characters from 69 specimens in two fishery areas in Bandar Abbas Port (35 specimens) and Qeshm Island (34 specimens) in Northeastern Persian Gulf. Univariate analysis of variance showed significant differences between the means of the two groups for 20 out of 25 standardized morphometric measurements. Principal Component Analysis results (PCA) for morphometric data indicated that samples of Bandar Abbas Port and Qeshm Island with high degree of distinction between two locations with respect on morphometric characters. In Discriminant Function Analysis (DFA), the proportion of individuals correctly classified into their original groups was 100%.
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