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Vodňany : University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters, 2015
456 stran : ilustrace (převážně barevné), mapy, portréty ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-80-7514-014-2 (vázáno)
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Nad názvem: Fakulta rybářství a ochrany vod, Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích = Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice
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CONTENTS // INTRODUCTION (P. Kozák) 9 // SYSTEMATICS AND DISTRIBUTION OF CRAYFISH (Z. Ďuriš.) 13 // 2.1. CRAYFISH SYSTEMATICS 15 // THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF CRAYFISH 19 // 2.2. CRAYFISH OF THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE - ASTACOIDEA 19 // 2.2.1. Europe and Western Asia 19 // 2.2.2. North America 19 // 2.2.3. Eastern Asia 26 // 2.3. CRAYFISH OF THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE - PARASTACOIDEA 27 // 2.3.1. South America 27 // 2.3.2. Africa 27 // 2.3.3. Australia 28 // EVOLUTION AND HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY OF CRAYFISH (Z. Ďuriš, A. Petrusek) 37 // 3.1. BIOGEOGRAPHY AND ORIGIN OF CRAYFISH 39 // 3.2. EARLY HISTORY OF CRAYFISH 42 // 3.3. HISTORY OF THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE CRAYFISH 45 // 3.4. HISTORY OF THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE CRAYFISH 47 // 3.5. HISTORY OF CRAYFISH IN EUROPE 52 // CRAYFISH GENETICS (A. Petrusek) 59 // 4.1. MOLECULAR MARKERS 61 // 4.2. APPLICATION OF MOLECULAR TOOLS FOR CRAYFISH DETERMINATION 64 // 4.3. UNCOVERING HIDDEN DIVERSITY 66 // 4.4. PHYLOGENETIC STUDIES 67 // 4.5. MOLECULAR MARKERS IN STUDIES OF REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF CRAYFISH 68 // 4.6. GENETICS AND CONSERVATION OF CRAYFISH POPULATIONS 69 // 4.7. GENETIC DIVERSITY AND PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF EUROPEAN CRAYFISH 69 // 4.8. EXAMPLES FROM THE CZECH REPUBLIC 72 // CRAYFISH SPECIES IN EUROPE (A. Kouba. M. Buřič, A. Petrusek) 79 // 5.1. NATIVE EUROPEAN CRAYFISH 81 // 5.1.1. Noble crayfish Astacus astacus 81 // 5.1.2. Narrow-clawed crayfish Astacus leptodactylus s.l. 87 // 5.1.3. Thick-clawed crayfish Astacus pachypus 91 // 5.1.4. White-clawed crayfish Austropotamobiuspallipes species complex 94 // 5.1.5. Stone crayfish Austropotamobius torrentium 98 // 5.2. NON-NATIVE CRAYFISH OCCURRING IN EUROPE 102 // 5.2.1. Signal crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus 103 // 5.2.2. Red swamp crayfish Procambarus clarkii 107 // 5.2.3. White River crayfish Procambarus cf. acutus 112 // 5.2.4. Marbled crayfish Procam hams fallax f. virginalis 116 //
5.2.5. Spiny-cheek crayfish Orconectes timosus 119 // 5.2.6. Calico crayfish Orconectes immunis 124 // 5.2.7. Kentucky River crayfish Orconectes juvenilis 127 // 5.2.8. Virile crayfish Orconectes virilis 128 // 5.2.9. Yabby Cheras destructor 131 // 5.2.10. Redclaw Cheras quadricarinatus 133 // 5.2.11. Smooth marron Cheras cainii 136 // Hairy marron Cheras tenuimanus 136 // MORPHOLOGY AND ANATOMY OF CRAYFISH (Z. Ďuriš. 1. Horká, P. Kozák) 165 // 6.1. MORPHOLOGY OF CRAYFISH - CUTICLE AND EXTERNAL BODY STRUCTURE 167 // 6.1.1. Exoskeleton and cuticle 167 // 6.1.2. External body structure 170 // 6.1.3. Endoskeleton 180 // 6.2. CRAYFISH ANATOMY 180 // 6.2.1. Musculature 180 // 6.2.2. Respiratory system 182 // 6.2.3. Vascular system 184 // 6.2.4. Digestive system 185 // 6.2.5. Excretory system 187 // 6.2.6. Nervous system 189 // 6.2.7. Hormonal system 190 // 6.2.8. Sense organs 192 // 6.2.9. Reproductive system 194 // REPRODUCTION AND LIFE CYCLE (P. Kozák, M. Buřič, A. Kouba) 201 // 7.1. REPRODUCTION OF CRAYFISH 203 // 7.1.1. Mating 203 // 7.1.2. Egg laying and fecundation 205 // 7.1.3. Incubation 207 // 7.1.4. Embryonic development 207 // 7.1.5.The diapause 208 // 7.1.6. Hatching and post-embryonic development 210 // 7.1.7. Fecundity and fecundity assessment 212 // 7.2. SPECIFICS OF THE REPRODUCTION CYCLE IN SPINY-CHEEK CRAYFISH 213 // 7.2.1. Fast sexual maturity and high fecundity 213 // 7.2.2. Meaning and specifics of reproductive forms 1 and II in spiny-cheek crayfish 213 // 7.2.3. Autumn and spring mating period 215 // 7.2.4. Facultative parthenogenesis 215 // 7.2.5. Short incubation period 216 // 7.3. SUMMARY OFTHE MOST IMPORTANT DIFFERENCES IN THE REPRODUCTION STRATEGY AND BIOLOGY OF CRAYFISH UNDER CZECH CONDITIONS // 7.4. GROWTH AND MOULTING // 7.4.1. Moulting // 7.5. FOOD AND FEEDING // ECOLOGY OF CRAYFISH (Z. Ďuriš, I. Horká, M. Buřič, P. Kozák) 235 //
8.1. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS OF CRAYFISH // 8.1.1. Noble crayfish Astacus astacus // 8.1.2. Stone crayfish Austropotamobius torrentium // 8.1.3. Narrow-clawed crayfish Astacus leptodactylus // 8.1.4. Spiny-cheek crayfish Orconectes limosus // 8.1.5. Signal crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus // 8.2. CRAYFISH PREDATORS // 8.3. INFLUENCE OF OTHER SPECIES ON NATIVE CRAYFISH POPULATIONS // 8.4. ASPECTS OF SPREAD OF NON-NATIVE CRAYFISH SPECIES // DISEASES, PARASITES AND COMMENSALS OF CRAYFISH (E. Kozubíková-Balcarouá. I. Horká) // 9.1. VIRAL DISEASES // 9.2. BACTERIAL DISEASES // 9.3. MYCOSES AND SIMILAR DISEASES (OOMYCETES, TRUE FUNGI, MICROSPORIDIA) 267 // 9.3.1. Crayfish plague // 9.3.2. Other oomycetes // 9.3.3. True fungi // 9.3.4. Porcelain disease (microsporidia) // 9.4. PROTOZOANS // 9.4.1. Psorospermium // 9.4.2. Epizoic protozoans // 9.5. INVERTEBRATE PARASITES AND COMMENSALS // 9.5.1.Trematoda // 9.5.2. Cestoda // 9.5.3. Temnocephalida // 9.5.4. Nematoda // 9.5.5. Acanthocephala // 9.5.6. Branchiobdellida // PRODUCTION AND CULTURE OF CRAYFISH (T. Policar, P. Kozák) // 10.1. IMPORTANCE AND AIM OF CRAYFISH CULTURE // 10.2. PRODUCTION OF CRAYFISH BY CAPTURE FROM WILD POPULATIONS // 10.3. CURRENT SITUATION IN PRODUCTION OF MARKETABLE CRAYFISH // 10.3.1. Production of crayfish in Europe // 10.1.2. Production of crayfish in Asia // 10.1.3. Production of crayfish in North, Central and South America 306 // 10.1.4. Production of crayfish in Oceania 308 // 10.1.5. Production of crayfish in Africa 309 // 10.2. CRAYFISH CULTURE METHODS 310 // 10.2.1. Suitable and potential crayfish species for culture 310 // 10.2.2. Culture of crayfish in the family Astacidae 310 // 10.2.3. Special aspects of red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) rearing in the USA 341 // 10.2.4. Special aspects of Cheras caittii culture in Australia 344 // 10.2.5. Special aspects of culture of Cheras destructor and albidus in Australia 348 //
10.2.6. Special aspects of redclaw (Cheras quadricarinatus) culture 350 // MONITORING OF CRAYFISH OCCURRENCE (P. Коzák. T. Policar, M. Buřič, A. Kouba) 365 // 11.1. HARVESTING METHODS 367 // 11.1.1. Manual survey (or alternatively with the use of a small net) 368 // 11.1.2. Night monitoring of crayfish 370 // 11.1.3. Baited stick 370 // 11.1.4. Lift-nets 371 // 11.1.5.Traps 371 // 11.1.6. Nets 374 // 11.1.7. Electro-fishing 375 // 11.1.8. Draining of a reservoir 376 // 11.1.9. Diving 376 // 11.1.10.Other methods 376 // 11.1.11. Harvest records 377 // 11.2. TRANSPORT AND STORING OF CRAYFISH 378 // 11.3. MARKING OF CRAYFISH 383 // 11.3.1. External marking - non-invasive 383 // 11.3.2. External marking - invasive 385 // 11.3.3. Internal marking 386 // CRAYFISH CONSERVATION 393 // (P. Kozák) // 12.1. Legislation 395 // 12.2. ACTIVE CONSERVATION, REPATRIATION, COMMERCIAL USE 396 // 12.3.THE REPATRIATION PROCEDURE ITSELF 398 // 12.3.1. Feasibility study 398 // 12.3.2. The stocking process 400 // 12.3.3. Verification of stocking successfulness 401 // SUPPLEMENT: CZECH AND SLOVAK BIBLIOGRAPHY ON CRAYFISH 405 // (Z.Ďuriš) // ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 450 // ABSTRACT 451 // INTRODUCTION OF AUTHORS 452

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