The Biology of Fish Growth. Robert Summerfelt, Gordon E. Hall The Biology of Fish Growth.
The Biology of Fish Growth. A. H. Weatherly, H. S. Gill.
Age and growth of fish. Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa.
American Fisheries Society-Fish Health Section, Bethesda, Maryland. Age and growth of fish.
Age and growth studies applied to marine fishes. in the Brazilian Southeast and South regions. Des. Moines: Iowa State University Press. In Brazil, age and growth studies have been. traditionally performed both in freshwater and marine. Estimation of the parameters of the von Bertalanffy. growth equation from recapture data at variable time intervals.
In: The age and growth of fishes, . University Press, Ames,Iowa. Aging and growth of larval bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli, from the Newport River Estuary, North Carolina. Estuaries 48: 362–367. 544 p. oogle Scholar.
by Robert Summerfelt The objective of this report is to describe aspects of growth and condition .
by Robert Summerfelt. Carp (Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus) are ubiquitous in the lower mainstream of most major . rivers and occur in all large mainstream impoundments in Oklahoma ( 1-4). The objective of this report is to describe aspects of growth and condition of carp in Lake Carl Blaclcwell. This report presents length. weight relationships, age composition, and condi tion factors for c:np in Lalce Carl Blackwell, Oklahoma. Creel censuses were then conducted to determine the percent recapture of these fish and their contribution to the anglers& catches.
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Determination of age and growth of fishes are one of the important aspects in the development of fisheries. Both age and growth are closely related with one other. Knowledge of all these parameters is essential in fisheries production. Growth of fish or any organism is the change in length and weight with increase of age as a result of metabolism of nutrition.
Knowledge of fish age characteristics is necessary for stock assessments, and to develop management or conservation plans.
Hall (Ed., Age and growth of fish (pp. 45–64). Ames: Iowa State University Press, 544 pp. 1987.
Differences in lipid allocation between stocks indicate that allocation is influenced by hatchery/wild rearing conditions. Hall (Ed.