International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2014, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A
Histological structure of the gonads of hybrids of Solea Aegyptiaca and Solea Senegalensis: signs of fertility.Author(s):
K. Ouanes, L. Bahri-Sfar, O.K. Ben HassineAbstract:
The histological study of male and female gonads, collected from the Bizerta lagoon (Northern Tunisia) where S. aegyptiaca and S. senegalensis are hybridizing, showed that all of the individuals (males and females) have functional histological structures. This could be interesting for aquaculture specialists who are trying to select and raise well-defined characteristics and raise less problems from a conservation point of view as this hybridization phenomenon is natural.Pages: 55-58 | 1274 Views 44 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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K. Ouanes, L. Bahri-Sfar, O.K. Ben Hassine. Histological structure of the gonads of hybrids of Solea Aegyptiaca and Solea Senegalensis: signs of fertility.. Int J Fish Aquat Stud 2014;2(2):55-58.