A Study of Factors Influencing the Hatch Rate of Penaeus vannamei Eggs. III. Presence of the Female After Spawning
A comparison was made of the hatch rate (percent hatch) of Penaeus vannamei eggs. The study was comprised of 100 spawns from mated Penaeus vannamei females. In,one treatment, 50 female shrimp were removed from the isolation spawning tanks after spawning occurred but prior to hatching of eggs, producing 49.7% mean hatch rate. In the other treatment, 50 female shrimp were left in the tanks until after the eggs had hatched, producing an average hatch rate of 35.0%. A significant difference in the hatch rates of eggs was observed between spawns with and without presence of the female at time of hatching (P < 0.0135).
Ogle, J. T. and K. A. Beaugez.
A Study of Factors Influencing the Hatch Rate of Penaeus vannamei Eggs. III. Presence of the Female After Spawning.
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