• Fish behavior

Fish behavior is a complex of active actions provided by a combination of unconditional reflex activity and conditioned reflexes developed during life. Fish behavior is determined by factors of abiotic environment (temperature, intensity and duration of illumination, salt composition, etc.) and intra- and interspecific relationships (predator-victim, parasite-host, food-consumer, etc.).

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Fish behavior

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