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This article deals with the biology, broodstock management, seed production techniques and grow-out culture practices in C. macrocephalus.
Suggested CitationTan-Fermin, J. D. (2003). Catfish aquaculture.
inland water environment ; aquaculture economics ; breeding ; breeding stock ; culture tanks ; feeds ; feeding ; fish culture ; freshwater aquaculture ; Freshwater fish; growth rate ; induced ovulation ; nursery ponds ; pond culture ; rearing techniques ; sex determination ; sex hormones ; Clarias macrocephalus; Philippines; hatcheries
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