Konrad Dabrowski

Environment and Natural Resources
Faculty

 

Professor, School of Environment and Natural Resources

  • Fish physiology, particularly nutritional biochemistry of larval stages of freshwater species cyprinids, coregonines, salmonids, esocids, and percids
  • Fish nutrition, particularly metabolism and requirement of ascorbic acid and tocopherol.
  • Evolutionary aspects of ascorbic acid synthesis in aquatic animals' aquaculture methods in reproduction and rearing of freshwater fishes with emphasis on fish bioenergetics in intensive systems, ponds, and lake cages
  • Sperm physiology, mechanisms of sperm-egg interaction in lamprey, sturgeon and teleost fish.
  • Sperm cryopreservation.