broodfish

broodfish

mature fish used for the production of eggs or sperm. Called also spawners.
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A review of strategies for the management of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) broodfish in seed production systems, especially hapa-based systems.
Selection of a commercial feed for Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) broodfish in a hapa-in-pond system.
Inclusion of crude palm oil in the broodstock diets of female Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, resulted in enhanced reproductive performance compared to broodfish fed diets with added fish oil or linseed oil.
Reproductive performance and the growth of prestunted and normal Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) broodfish at varying feeding rates.
Haematological profile of Clarias gariepinus broodfish raised in water recirculating system.
Blackwater Hatchery spawns the broodfish, then sends the number of offspring required for the peninsula Florida stockings to Richloam Hatchery after they are 3 days old.
Native Fish Australia and researchers from the Arthur Rylah Institute contributed to the breeding program by collecting Macquarie perch broodfish from both waters.
A total of 8000 chub larvae were produced and maintained from broodfish sourced from the River Trent, Calverton Fish Farm, Nottingham, UK.
The use of anesthetics for broodfish greatly facilitated the handling of both sexes during the spawning process.
The major constraint in the culture of this species in a large scale level is the non-availability of quality seeds from the wild and also scarcity of matured broodfish.