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The control of reproduction and sex in fish in aquaculture

, : The control of reproduction and sex in fish in aquaculture. Productions Animales ( SUPPL): 17-26

This paper is a review of work, mainly carried out in France, on (1) the induction and synchronization of spawning by gonadotropins, and (2) the production of single-sex broods by genetic methods.

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