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Aftab Alam

Fisheries Department, Southwest Area Integrated Water Resources Planning and Management Project, Bahrain

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    Effects of pH and Air on the Transformation of Podocysts in Edible Cephalopods
    Author(s): Aftab Alam*

    Rhopilema esculentum is one of the edible cephalopods, a traditional Chinese fishery resource and an important economic aquaculture species. However, given the current natural resource depletion and frequent disease problems in breeding populations, the quantity and quality of seedlings in artificial propagation cannot meet market demand. Temperature and salinity have been hypothesized to play important roles in regulating asexual reproduction in R. esculentum. In this study, we investigated the combined effects of exposure to R after preservation. esculentum podocysts (stored at 2 ± 1 °C for more than 12 months) to three variable temperatures (14.5 °C on April 1, 18 °C on May 1, and 23.2 °C on July 1). simulated temperature obtained from the start date), corresponding to natural levels) and three salinities (20, 25, and 30). We tested podocyst excystation, stro.. View More»

    DOI: 10.36648/1307-234X.

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