publication . Article . 2012

Índice de rendimiento de juveniles para resaltar la potencialidad para el cultivo intensivo de peces marinos tropicales

Álvarez-Lajonchère, Luis; Ibarra-Castro, Leonardo;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2012
  • Publisher: UAM, Unidad Iztapalapa,
Juvenile seedstock availability and costs are some of the main biological aspects to be considered on species for intensive culture assessment studies, together with market importance and performance under culture conditions, especially the growth rate and yields. A juvenile yield index (JYi) is described, as one of the judgment indicator of juvenile efficiency utilization on edible size culture production of tropical marine fishes. This index is expressed asthe number of juveniles required per metric ton per year, and combines fish growth rate during grow-out, survival, and commercial size at harvest. The JYi could be combined with production costs and wholesal...
free text keywords: Tropical marine fishes, juveniles, juvenile yield index, intensive culture potential, Peces marinos tropicales, índice de rendimiento de juveniles, potencialidad para el cultivo intensivo
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