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Articles by M.R. Fatemi
Total Records ( 3 ) for M.R. Fatemi
  M.S. Sadeghi , F. Kaymaram , S. Jamili , M.R. Fatemi and M.S. Mortazavi
  Patterns of reproduction and spawning were studied for the king fish (Scomberomorus commerson) in the Persian Gulf (Hormozgan province). During one year of sampling, 599 fish were collected from different landing sites along the Persian Gulf. Analysis of the reproductive stages and gonadosomatic index revealed a single yearly reproductive cycle beginning in March and ending with a single spawning period in August-September. The mean length at first maturity (Lm 50%) for females was 75 cm. The sex ratio was M/F = 0.97 in the samples.
  G.H. Vosoghi , M.R. Fatemi , S. Jamili , A.R. Nikoyan and M. Rabbaniha
  This study was undertaken due to identification, abundance and diversity, temporal and spatial fluctuation of coralline fish larvae in Khark and Kharko Islands water. Khark and Kharko Islands are the last Northern point for fringing coral reefs in Iranian side of the Persian Gulf. These Coralline habitats are the Protected Area and Wildlife Refugees with the total area of 2400 ha which located in the territory of Bushehr Province. This research carried out during 2006-2007 with monthly sampling from 9 stations, which selected around Islands inshore waters with maximum depth of 20 m. Sampling was conducted using by Bongo-Net plankton sampler with 500 μ of mesh size. Totally 494 specimens from: 22 coralline fish larva families were identified in studied area, such as pelagic and demersal fishes. The results was shown that coral reef diversity in coral reefs (Khark and Kharko Islands) is more than other habitats such as estuary and river mouth, creeks, mangrove forest sites and off shore water of the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea Iranian side. The pick of fish larvae abundance family were estimated in spring.
  M. Kerdgari , T. Valinassab , S. Jamili , M.R. Fatemi and F. Kaymaram
  Since the N. japonicus comprises the most abundant commercial fish in the Persian Gulf, an evaluation of the stock status of this species is needed. Reproductive biology of Nemipterus japonicus in the northern part of Persian Gulf is described, based on 595 specimens collected between November 2006 and October 2007. Length range of females was 11.0-26.3 cm FL and their weight range was 21.7-325.65 g. Males ranged from 9.4-27.3 cm FL and 14.04-351.89 g in weight. The relationship between Body Weight (BW) and Fork Length (FL) for all individuals was estimated as BW = 0.0181xFL3.0001 (r2 = 0.9797, n = 503). The overall sex ratio was estimated as M: F = 1.0: 2.6. The length at 50% maturity was estimated to be 19.1 cm for females and 19.6 cm for males. The smallest size at first maturity was 9.4 cm for males and 11.0 cm for females. The spawning behavior was investigated based on macroscopic observations of gonads and determination of gonadosomatic index. The maximum GSI values were recorded in April (2.70%) and September (0.45%) for females and males, respectively. Spawning occurs in spring and autumn seasons.
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