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Pattern of physicochemical changes in the water during hatching of Indian carp eggs in a Chinese hatchery

Pattern of physicochemical changes in the water during hatching of Indian carp eggs in a Chinese hatchery

Aquaculture 47(1): 89-96

Physicochemical changes in the water were monitored at different stages of embryo and larval development of Indian carp (Cirrhinus mrigala) eggs in a Chinese hatchery system with 75-85% hatching success. At a water temp. of 29.3 degrees C, mass hatching of the embryos started at about 11-12 h after fertilization, and was completed within 4 h. The amount of dissolved oxygen and chemical oxygen demand ranged between 4.8 and 9.63 mg/litre and between 16.5 and 185.0 mg/litre resp.

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