Mass production of eggs and early fry
PART 1. COMMON CARP


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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 1985

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Contents


Preface

Introduction

Biology of reproduction

Propagation methods

Organization of production in the hatchery

Broodstock management

Injection and stripping of spawners

Artificial fertilization and hardening of the eggs

Incubation of fertilized eggs

Rearing larvae in the hatchery

Collection and storage of hypophyses

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