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Growth and maturation of carp under South Kazakhstan conditions Biological bases of the fishing industry in Central Asian and Kazakhstan Waters


, : Growth and maturation of carp under South Kazakhstan conditions Biological bases of the fishing industry in Central Asian and Kazakhstan Waters. Growth and maturation of carp under South Kazakhstan conditions Biological bases of the fishing industry in Central Asian and Kazakhstan Waters Rost i sozrevanie karpa v usloviyakh yuga Kazakhstana In: Biologicheskie osnovy rybnogo khozyaistva na vodoemakh Srednei Azii i Kazakhstana Biological bases of the fishing industry in Central Asian and Kazakhstan Waters 250-252

Based on an analysis of body and gonad growth of carp from the Alma-Ata fish farm, it was shown that excessive feeding of carp with food concentrates strongly accelerated its growth but retarded its maturation, even at a high stocking density.

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