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Spatial variation in response to selection for live weight and shell length from data on individually tagged Chilean native oysters (Ostrea chilensis Philippi, 1845)



Spatial variation in response to selection for live weight and shell length from data on individually tagged Chilean native oysters (Ostrea chilensis Philippi, 1845)



Aquaculture 146(1/2): 27-36



Divergent selection was carried out in Ostrea chilensis, applying a selection intensity of +or-1.755 of a standard deviation for body weight at 40 months of age. Juveniles from the divergently selected groups and controls (progeny of averaged sized parents) were individually tagged and transferred to be grown in 4 mariculture farms in southern Chile. Body weight and shell length were recorded at 14 and 27 months of age.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0044-8486(96)01368-3


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