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Survival, feed utilization and growth of Cirrhinus mrigala (Ham.) in domestic waste waters



Survival, feed utilization and growth of Cirrhinus mrigala (Ham.) in domestic waste waters



Environment and Ecology 15(2): 291-295



Human sewage was diluted with tap water to give concentrations in the range 10-90%. 10 juvenile C. mrigala, 2.6 g, were maintained in tanks containing each concentration of sewage (in 10 litres of water) for 240 h at intervals of 24 h. As 60% sewage was the sublethal concentration, sewage concentrations of 0, 25 and 50% and a stocking density of 10 fish/tank, were used to study fish growth for 45 days.

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