International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2017, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part F
Induced breeding and embryonic development of an indigenous fish Bangana dero (Hamilton) in captivity using wova FHAuthor(s):
CH Basudha, NG Singh, N Sobita Devi and CH SinthoileimaAbstract: Bangana dero
(Hamilton) is one of the most popular indigenous minor carps in the north eastern states of India. Induced breeding of B. dero
was conducted by using Wova-FH in different doses @ 3.0ml, 5.0ml and 7.0ml per kg of female brooders in sets A, B and C respectively. All the males in each set were given similar dose @ 0.2ml/kg body weight. The fishes were spawns in different latency period i.e., 7 to 10 hours at 26°C. Fertilized eggs were hatched out after 12-18 hours of fertilization at 25.2-26.8°C. Stages of embryonic development were discussed in detail. Statistical analysis was worked out to determine the relation between the hormone dosage with egg output, fertilization rate and hatching rate. The highest number of egg output (17,790 eggs), fertilization (87.33%) and hatching rate (87.73%) were found in fish with hormone @ 0.5ml/kg female and significantly higher (P<0.05) than the other doses.Pages: 428-432 | 559 Views 23 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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CH Basudha, NG Singh, N Sobita Devi and CH Sinthoileima. Induced breeding and embryonic development of an indigenous fish Bangana dero (Hamilton) in captivity using wova FH. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2017; 5(1): 428-432.