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Settlement and habitat use by juvenile pike in early winterHAWKINS, L. A; ARMSTRONG, J. D; MAGURRAN, A. E et al.Journal of fish biology. 2003, Vol 63, pp 174-186, issn 0022-1112, 13 p., SUPAConference Paper

Low levels of mitochondrial DNA variation among central and southern European Esox lucius populationsNICOD, J.-C; WANG, Y. Z; EXCOFFIER, L et al.Journal of fish biology. 2004, Vol 64, Num 5, pp 1442-1449, issn 0022-1112, 8 p.Article

Direct measurement of metabolism, activity and feeding behaviour of pike, Esox lucius L;, in the wild, by the use of heart rate telemetryLUCAS, M. C; PRIEDE, I. G; ARMSTRONG, J. D et al.Journal of fish biology. 1991, Vol 39, Num 3, pp 325-345, issn 0022-1112Article

Successful growth of pike fingerlings (Esox lucius L.) on pellet at artificial conditionKUCSKA, B; MÜLLER, T; SARI, J et al.Aquaculture (Amsterdam). 2005, Vol 246, Num 1-4, pp 227-230, issn 0044-8486, 4 p.Article

length and weight changes in perch; Perca fluviatilis L., and pike, Esox lucius L., following freezingTREASURER, J. W.Journal of fish biology. 1990, Vol 37, Num 3, pp 499-500, issn 0022-1112Article

Growth patterns of pike (Esox lucius L.) larvae and juveniles in small ponds under various natural temperature regimesBRY, C; HOLLEBECQ, M. G; GINOT, V et al.Aquaculture (Amsterdam). 1991, Vol 97, Num 2-3, pp 155-168, issn 0044-8486Article

HECHTZUCHT. = ELEVAGE DE BROCHETSSTEFFENS W.1976; Z. BINNENFISCH. D.D.R.; DTSCH.; DA. 1976; VOL. 23; NO 11; PP. 327-343Article

Effect of body weight and temperature on the maximum daily food consumption of Esox luciusSALAM, A; DAVIES, P. M. C.Journal of fish biology. 1994, Vol 44, Num 1, pp 165-167, issn 0022-1112Article

Prey capture and the fast-start performance of northern pike Esox luciusHARPER, D. G; BLAKE, R. W.Journal of experimental biology. 1991, Vol 155, pp 175-192, issn 0022-0949, 18 p.Article

Short-term cell culture technique for obtaining chromosomes in marine and freshwater fishALVAREZ, M. C; OTIS, J; AMORES, A et al.Journal of fish biology. 1991, Vol 39, Num 6, pp 817-824, issn 0022-1112Article

Fast-start performance of rainbow trout Salmo gairdneri and northern pike Esox luciusHARPER, D. G; BLAKE, R. W.Journal of experimental biology. 1990, Vol 150, pp 321-342, issn 0022-0949, 22 p.Article

Molecular confirmation of hybridization between northern pike (Esox lucius) and chain pickerel (E. Niger)HERKE, S. W; KORNFIELD, I; MORAN, P et al.Copeia. 1990, Num 3, pp 846-850, issn 0045-8511Article

Current and future directions for pike ecology and management : a summary and synthesisNILSSON, P. Anders; SKOV, Christian; FARRELL, John M et al.Hydrobiologia (The Hague). 2008, Vol 601, pp 137-141, issn 0018-8158, 5 p.Conference Paper

Analysis of sibling cannibalism among pike, Esox lucius, juveniles reared under semi-natural conditionsBRY, C; BASSET, E; ROGNON, X et al.Environmental biology of fishes. 1992, Vol 35, Num 1, pp 75-84, issn 0378-1909Article

Long-term studies on the Windermere populations of perch (Perca fluviatilis), pike (Esox lucius) and arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus)MILLS, C. A; HURLEY, M. A.Freshwater biology (Print). 1990, Vol 23, Num 1, pp 119-136, issn 0046-5070Conference Paper

UNTERSUCHUNGSERGEBNISSE UEBER DIE HECHTERBRUETUNG, MARAENENSETZLINGSAUFZUCHT UND GLASAALHAELTERUNG AUS DER VOLKSREPUBLIK POLEN. = RESULTATS DES RECHERCHES SUR LA REPRODUCTION DES BROCHETS, ELEVAGE DES ALEVINS DE COREGONUS, ET DES LEPTOCEPHALES DE LA REPUBLIQUE POPULAIRE DE POLOGNEANWAND K.1976; Z. BINNENFISCH. D.D.R.; DTSCH.; DA. 1976; VOL. 23; NO 11; PP. 344-347; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

Temporal changes and effective population size of an Italian isolated and supportive-breeding managed northern pike (Esox lucius) populationLUCENTINI, L; PALOMBA, A; GIGLIARELLI, L et al.Fisheries research. 2009, Vol 96, Num 2-3, pp 139-147, issn 0165-7836, 9 p.Article

A short review of pike ecologyCRAIG, J. F.Hydrobiologia (The Hague). 2008, Vol 601, pp 5-16, issn 0018-8158, 12 p.Conference Paper

Micronuclei induction in pike (Esox lucius) in Swedish lakes contaminated with radiocaesiumAL-SABTI, K.Cytobios. 1992, Vol 70, Num 280, pp 27-32, issn 0011-4529Article

Estimation of meal energy intake from heart rate records of pike, Esox lucius LLUCAS, M. C; ARMSTRONG, J. D.Journal of fish biology. 1991, Vol 38, Num 2, pp 317-319, issn 0022-1112Article

FURTHER NOTES ON THE GROWTH OF PIKE, ESOX LUCIUS FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA (OSTEICHTHYES; CLUPEIFORMES).KEWAL KRISHAN TANDON; OLIVA O.1978; VEST. CESKOSL. SPOL. ZOOL.; CSK; DA. 1978; VOL. 42; NO 1; PP. 69-76; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

Abiotic and fishing-related correlates of angling catch rates in pike (Esox lucius)KUPARINEN, Anna; KLEFOTH, Thomas; ARLINGHAUS, Robert et al.Fisheries research. 2010, Vol 105, Num 2, pp 111-117, issn 0165-7836, 7 p.Article

Biotic and abiotic influences on the recruitment of male perch in Windermere, U.KPAXTON, C. G. M; WINFIELD, I. J; FLETCHER, J. M et al.Journal of fish biology. 2004, Vol 65, Num 6, pp 1622-1642, issn 0022-1112, 21 p.Article

BETWEEN-POPULATION SIMILARITY IN INTESTINAL PARASITE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF PIKE (ESOX LUCIUS)―EFFECTS OF DISTANCE AND HISTORICAL CONNECTIONSKARVONEN, Anssi; VALTONEN, E. Tellervo.The Journal of parasitology. 2009, Vol 95, Num 3, pp 505-511, issn 0022-3395, 7 p.Article

A method for rapid estimationof choriolyticactivity of fish hatching liquidLUCZYNSKI, M; BRZUZAN, P; ZOLTOWSKI, T et al.Archiv für Hydrobiologie. 1990, Vol 119, Num 4, pp 489-495, issn 0003-9136Article

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