How to operate tilapia hatcheries
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Suggested CitationSurtida, M. B. (1998). How to operate tilapia hatcheries.
Freshwater environment; biotechnology ; breeding ; breeding ponds ; breeding stock ; cage culture ; culture tanks ; fish culture ; fry ; genetics ; hormones ; hybridization ; pond culture ; seed (aquaculture) ; seed production ; Sex characters; sex determination ; sex reversal ; Oreochromis; hatcheries
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