Amalia Mina

Amalia Mina

Scientist

Tel: +30-211-1065250

Short CV

  • B.Sc. in Fisheries & Aquaculture Technology, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki (2014)
  • M.Sc. in Fisheries Biology and Management, Department of Biology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2016)

Amalia Mina is a technical scientist at the Institute of Marine Biological Resources and Inland Waters. She started working in 2017 in the Data Collection Framework (DCF) at the Fisheries Research Institute and continued in 2020 at the HCMR in the same program.

Her work is around marine species biology and more specifically the laboratory sample processing, the determination of the sex and maturity, the age estimation from otoliths, sampling on shore, on board and the identification of species. In addition, her scientific interests are focused on the study of the diet, morphometry, reproduction, age and growth.

Indicative Publications

  • Kaminas, A., Mina, A., Rekleiti, A., Mytilineou, Ch., Anastasopoulou, A., 2021. Diet composition of Dentexmaroccanus in the Aegean Sea, HydroMediT 2021, 4th International Congress on Applied Ichthyology, Oceanography & Aquatic Environment, 530-531.
  • Stromplou, D., Mina, A., Pappou, G., Anastasopoulou, A., Mytilineou, Ch., 2021. Morphometric characteristics of Dentexmaroccanus in the Aegean Sea, HydroMediT 2021, 4th International Congress on Applied Ichthyology, Oceanography & Aquatic Environment, pp. 526-527.
  • Mina, A., Antonopoulou, E., Papadopoulos A. I., 2016. A study on the enzyme activity of chitinase in farmed fish supplied with food where fishmeal was partially substituted with insect meal, 16th Pan-Hellenic Conference of Ichthyologists Water Ecosystems: Rational Management – Economic Development, 425-428.
  • Mina, A., Minos, G., Imsiridou A., 2014. Genetic diversity study of species Chondrostomavardarense (Cyprinidae) with mitochondrial DNA sequencing analysis, 36th Annual scientific conference of the Hellenic Society of Biological Sciences, pp. 220-221.
2022-06-09T14:59:01+03:0009/06/2022|Our people, Scientists|

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