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Influence of oxygen concentration on growth and survival of larvae and juveniles of the ide Idus idus (L.)
Florez, F. (1972). Influence of oxygen concentration on growth and survival of larvae and juveniles of the ide Idus idus (L.). Drottningholm Report 52: 65-73
In: Report. Institute of Fresh-Water Research, Drottningholm, Fishery Board of Sweden. Bloms: Lund. ISSN 0082-0032, more

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  • Florez, F.

Abstract
    The effect of temperature on oxygen requirements and the influence of O2 concentration on growth at different food intake of Idus idus are discussed. Juveniles were found to be more resistant to a low concentration of O2 when reared at high temperatures than at low. The zone of mortality is delimited by a narrow range of O2 at concentration at all acclimation temperatures. Fish development is stimulated by greater O2 concentrations.

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